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NOTICES

Notices of Motion:

The Manager of Government Business (Senator Grimes): To move on the next day of sitting-

(1) That the Particulars of Proposed Expenditure for the Service of the year ending on 30 June 1987 in relation to the Parliamentary Departments, the Particulars of Proposed Expenditure for the Service of the year ending on 30 June 1987 and the Particulars of Certain Proposed Expenditure in respect of the year ending on 30 June 1987 be referred to Estimates Committees for examination and report.

(2) That expenditure under the Advance to the Minister for Finance for the year ended 30 June 1986 be referred to Estimates Committees for examination and report prior to its consideration in Committee of the Whole.

(3) That the Committees consider Proposed Expenditure and Departmental Expenditure under the Advance to the Minister for Finance in the Estimates Committee groupings agreed to by Resolution of the Senate of 22 February 1985.

(4) That the Committees report to the Senate on or before Friday, 17 October 1986.

The Chairman of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence (Senator McIntosh): To move on the next day of sitting-That the time for presentation of the Senate Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee Report on Land Acquisition in New South Wales by the Australian Army be varied to provide that the Committee report as soon as possible.

Senator Kilgariff: To move on the next day of sitting-That the Senate-

(a) calls upon the Federal Government to lift the present restrictions upon the development and mining of uranium deposits in the Northern Territory, allowing the Territory access to a valuable resource which would increase the Territory's revenue raising capacity; and

(b) calls upon the Federal Government to recognise that the traditional Aboriginal owners of land in the Northern Territory have the same right to proceed with uranium mining developments on that land, as other Australians in the States, acknowledging that such ventures would allow the Aboriginal people to achieve financial independence and a release from dependence upon the Federal welfare system.

The Chairman of the Standing Committee on Constitutional and Legal Affairs (Senator Tate): To move on the next day of sitting-

(1) That the following Special Reports by the Commonwealth Ombudsman be referred to the Standing Committee on Constitutional and Legal Affairs for consideration and, if necessary, report thereon:

(a) The Cotton Case Involving the Australian Broadcasting Corporation; and

(b) The Industrial Sugar Mills Case Involving the Department of Defence.

(2) That, unless otherwise ordered, all reports presented by the Commonwealth Ombudsman pursuant to section 17 of the Ombudsman Act 1976 stand referred to the Standing Committee on Constitutional and Legal Affairs, without any Question being put, for consideration and, if necessary, report thereon.

Contingent Notices of Motion:

Senator Macklin: To move (contingent upon the President proceeding to the placing of business on any day)-That so much of the Standing Orders be suspended as would prevent Senator Macklin moving the following motions together-

(a) that the Order of the Day relating to the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Bill 1985 and associated Bills have precedence over all other business this day;

(b) that, when that Order of the Day is called upon, and consideration of those Bills is resumed in Committee of the Whole, the Chairman of Committees forthwith put the following Question:

That the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Bill 1985 be reported with amendments,

and that that Question be determined without debate;

(c) that, upon that report being made, the President forthwith put the following questions:

(i) That the report of the Committee be adopted, and

(ii) That the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Bill 1985 be now read a third time,

and that those Questions be determined without debate.

Senator Hamer: To move (contingent upon (a) a Bill being introduced in the Senate or received from the House of Representatives; (b) an indication being given to the Senate by a Minister or the Senator in charge of the Bill that it is not intended that the Bill be passed during the current period of sittings; and (c) the Senate on any day concluding its consideration of any item of business and prior to the Senate proceeding to the consideration of another item of business)-That so much of the Standing Orders be suspended as would prevent Senator Hamer moving a motion to refer the Bill to a Standing Committee.

Intention to withdraw:

The Chairman of the Standing Committee on Regulations and Ordinances (Senator Cooney), pursuant to Standing Order 109a, gave notice of his intention, on the next day of sitting at giving of Notices to withdraw Business of the Senate, Notice of Motion No. 2 standing in his name for the next day of sitting, for the disallowance of Defence Determination No. 19 of 1986.

Senator Cooney, by leave, made a statement relating thereto.

Senator Cooney, pursuant to Standing Order 109a, gave notice of his intention, after Questions and any motion under Standing Order 64 this day, to withdraw Business of the Senate, Notice of Motion No. 2 standing in his name for this day, for the disallowance of the Motor Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance 1986.

Senator Cooney, by leave, made a statement relating thereto.

Senator Reid, pursuant to Standing Order 109a, gave notice of her intention, after Questions and any motion under Standing Order 64 this day, to withdraw Business of the Senate, Notices of Motion Nos 1 and 3 standing in her name for this day, for the disallowance of the Motor Traffic (Amendment) Ordinance 1986 and parts of the Seat of Government (Administration) (Amendment) Ordinance 1986.

Senator Reid, by leave, made a statement relating thereto.