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Thursday, 21 June 2007
Page: 102
Mr ABBOTT (Warringah —Leader of the House) [3:37 PM] —Documents are tabled as listed in the schedule circulated to honourable members. Details of the documents will be recorded in the Votes and Proceedings and I move:

That the House take note of the following documents:

Committee reports—Parliamentary committee reports—House of Representatives—Government responses to parliamentary committee reports—Response to the schedule tabled by the Speaker on 7 December 2006.

Department of Defence—Special purpose flights—Schedule for the period July to December 2007.

Department of Finance and Administration—Reports—

Former parliamentarians’ travel paid by the department for the period July to December 2006.

Parliamentarians’ overseas study travel reports for the period July to December 2006.

Parliamentarians’ travel paid by the department for the period July to December 2006.

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet—Expenditure on travel by former Governors-General paid by the department for the period 1 July to 31 December 2006.

Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade—Joint Standing Committee—Review of the Defence annual report, 2004-05—Government response, June 2007.

National Health and Medical Research Council Act—National Health and Medical Research Council—Guidelines—Ethical guidelines on the use of assisted reproductive technology in clinical practice and research, June 2007.

Debate (on motion by Mr Albanese) adjourned.

Mr ABBOTT (Warringah —Leader of the House) [3:37 PM] —I present documents on the following subjects, being petitions which are not in accordance with the standing and sessional orders of the House.

Number of aged care beds in the Hunter and Central Coast regions of NSW—from the member for Shortland—6 Petitioners

The record of alleged activities of the former Ottoman Empire during WWI—from the member for Moore—753 Petitioners

Opposing nuclear reactors in Victoria—from the member for Jagajaga—1003 Petitioners

Safer pedestrian crossing for Cedar College on Fosters Road, SA—from the member for Sturt—652 Petitioners