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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:

Economics Legislation Committee--Report--Consideration of the Customs

and Excise Legislation Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1995. Motion of the

chair of the committee (Senator Childs) to take note of report agreed

to.

Privileges--Standing Committee--58th report--Possible improper

interference with a witness before Select Committee on Unresolved

Whistleblower Cases. Motion of the chair of the committee (Senator

Teague)--That the Senate endorse the finding at paragraph 10 of the

report of the Committee of Privileges called on. On the motion of

Senator Woodley the debate was adjourned till the next day of sitting.

Unresolved Whistleblower Cases--Select Committee--Report--The public

interest revisited. Motion of the chair of the committee (Senator

Murphy) to take note of report debated. On the motion of Senator

Woodley the debate was adjourned till the next day of sitting.

Employment, Education and Training References

Committee--Report--Inquiry into long term unemployment. Motion of the

chair of the committee (Senator Tierney) to take note of report called

on. On the motion of Senator Ian Macdonald the debate was adjourned

till the next day of sitting.

Community Standards Relevant to the Supply of Services Utilising

Electronic Technologies--Select Committee--Report--Operations of codes

of practice in the television industry: Part 1. Motion of Senator

Jones to take note of report agreed to.

Corporations and Securities--Joint Statutory Committee--Report--Annual

reports of the Australian Securities Commission and other bodies:

1994-1995. Motion of Senator Panizza to take note of report called on.

On the motion of Senator Ian Macdonald the debate was adjourned till

the next day of sitting.

Environment, Recreation, Communications and the Arts Legislation

Committee--Report--Reference of a petition requesting mobile phone

coverage in the Adaminaby, Lake Eucumbene and Mt Selwyn areas. Motion

of Senator Carr to take note of report agreed to.

Environment, Recreation, Communications and the Arts References

Committee--Report--Arts education. Motion of the chair of the

committee (Senator Coulter) to take note of report agreed to.

Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References

Committee--Report--Impact of assets tests on farming families' access

to social security and AUSTUDY--Second report: Social Security assets

tests. Motion of the chair of the committee (Senator Brownhill) to

take note of report called on. On the motion of Senator Woodley the

debate was adjourned till the next of sitting.