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COMMITTEE REPORTS AND GOVERNMENT RESPONSES--ORDERS OF THE
DAY--CONSIDERATION

The following orders of the day relating to committee reports and

Government responses were considered:

Legal and Constitutional References Committee--Report--Cashing in on

the Sydney Olympics: Protecting the Sydney Olympic Games from ambush

marketing--Government response. Motion of the Minister for Small

Business, Customs and Construction (Senator Schacht) to take note of

document agreed to.

Economics References Committee--Report--A question of balance: The tax

treatment of small business. Motion of the chair of the committee

(Senator Ferguson) to take note of report agreed to.

Finance and Public Administration Legislation

Committee--Report--Annual reports tabled January 1995-June 1995.

Motion of the chair of the committee (Senator Coates) to take note of

report agreed to.

Environment, Recreation, Communications and the Arts References

Committee--First report--Soccer. Motion of the chair of the committee

(Senator Coulter) to take note of report debated and agreed to.

Migration--Joint Standing Committee--Report--Protecting the

Vulnerable?: The Migration Agents Registration Scheme. Motion of the

chair of the committee (Senator McKiernan) to take note of report

agreed to.

Electoral Matters--Joint Standing Committee--Report--Ready or

Not--Refining the Process for Election '93--Government response.

Motion of the Minister for Trade (Senator McMullan) to take note of

document called on. Debate adjourned till the next day of sitting,

Senator O'Chee in continuation.

Electoral Matters--Joint Standing Committee--Report--The Conduct of

Elections: New boundaries for cooperation--Government response. Motion

of the Minister for Trade (Senator McMullan) to take note of document

called on. Debate adjourned till the next day of sitting, Senator

O'Chee in continuation.

Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade--Joint Standing

Committee--Report--Implications of Australian defence

exports--Government response. Motion of the Minister for Trade

(Senator McMullan) to take note of document agreed to.

Pay Television Tendering Processes--Select

Committee--Report--Secondreport on terms of reference

(1)(b)--Government response. Motion of the Minister for Trade (Senator

McMullan) to take note of document agreed to.

Community Affairs--Standing Committee--Report--Evaluation of

Commonwealth funded programs--Government response. Motion of the

Minister for Trade (Senator McMullan) to take note of document agreed

to.

Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation

Committee--Report--Deer industry legislation revisited--Government

response. Motion of the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology

(Senator Cook) to take note of document agreed to.

Superannuation--Select Committee--Government responses--

Thirteenth report--Super Regs I: Superannuation (Resolution of

Complaints) Regulations--Statutory Rules 1994 No. 56

Fourteenth report--Super Regs II: Superannuation Industry

(Supervision) Regulations--Statutory Rules 1994 No. 57.

Motion of the Minister for Small Business, Customs and Construction

(Senator Schacht) to take note of documents debated.

Document: Senator Watson, by leave, tabled the following document:

Superannuation--Draft for Australian Financial Review Trusts and

Funds Supplement, 2 August 1995--Member investment choice:

Extinction for trustees, or evolution? by Linda Nicholls.

Debate adjourned till the next day of sitting, Senator Watson in

continuation.