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General Business

Notices of Motion

Notice given 10 May 2011

227  Leader of the Australian Greens (Senator Bob Brown): To move—That the following bill be introduced: A Bill for an Act to amend the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 to encourage healthier eating habits among children by restricting the broadcasting of advertisements for junk food, and for related purposes. Protecting Children from Junk Food Advertising (Broadcasting and Telecommunications Amendment) Bill 2011 .

 

Notice given 23 June 2011

306  Chair of the Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Committee (Senator Marshall): To move—That the Senate—

(a) notes:

(i) the opening statement made by the President of Fair Work Australia on 1 June 2010 during his appearance at an estimates hearing of the Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Committee, and

(ii) in particular, the request made in that statement that the Senate reconsider its order of 28 October 2009 which requires that, on each occasion on which the Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Committee meets to consider estimates in relation to Fair Work Australia, the President of Fair Work Australia appear before the committee to answer questions; and

(b) modifies the order of 28 October 2009 by declaring that, while relaxing the requirement that the President of Fair Work Australia attend to answer questions on all occasions when the Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Committee meets to consider estimates in relation to Fair Work Australia, the Senate expects that the President will appear should his or her presence be requested by the Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Committee in the future.

Notice given 7 July 2011

335  Leader of the Australian Greens (Senator Bob Brown): To move—That the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy (Senator Conroy) investigate the direct or indirect ramifications for Australia of the criminal matters affecting the United Kingdom operations of News International Limited and report back to the Senate.

Notice given 18 August 2011

359  Leader of the Australian Greens (Senator Bob Brown): To move—That the Senate condemns the Opposition’s:

(a) ongoing attacks on the Tasmanian Forests Intergovernmental Agreement between the Commonwealth of Australia and the State of Tasmania ; and

(b) failure to provide a constructive alternative for scores of contractors facing market downturn, closures of three export woodchip mills and regional areas of Tasmania welcoming the development opportunities the package will provide.

( As amended on 22 August 2011. )

Notice given 19 September 2011

438  Senator Siewert: To move—That the Senate—

(a) notes that:

(i) trawling in the northeast area of the North West Slope Trawl Fishery, in depths less than 200 metres off the Western Australian Kimberley coast was accidentally made possible due to an administrative error when the Western Australian and Federal Governments amended the Offshore Constitutional Settlement Agreement in 1998,

 

 (ii) this error accidentally allows bottom trawling in areas shallower than 200 metres despite the fact that this is a critical habitat for goldband snapper and other demersal fish species which have been off-limits to North West Slope Trawl Fishery trawlers as they are a deep water crustacean prawn fishery,

(iii) the ecological sensitivity of this area has been acknowledged in the Australian Fisheries Management Authority’s correspondence with permit holders,

(iv) legislative instruments have been introduced prohibiting trawl fishing in this northeast area, but the most recent instrument expired in December 2010,

(v) since that time, the closure has been maintained informally by industry self-regulation,

(vi) negotiations between the Federal and Western Australian Governments which were intended to fix this error have stalled and the trawling industry has stated that they will commence bottom trawling in this area on the imminent cessation of the closure which is 30 September 2011,

(vii) a resumption of trawling in this area would adversely impact the benthos and demersal fish stocks of this region, thus putting the entire ESD [ecologically sustainable development] certified Northern Demersal Scalefish Managed Fishery at great sustainable risk, and

(viii) the Western Australian Department of Fisheries has stated in its latest State of the fisheries and aquatic resources report that the demersal scalefish resources in this area are fully exploited; and

(b) calls on the Federal Government to reinstate the North West Slope Fishery Direction No. 02 Area Closure legislative instrument which excludes trawl fishing in the northeast area of the North West Slope Trawl Fishery in Western Australia.

Notice given 20 September 2011

448  Senator Ludlam: To move—That the Senate—

(a) notes:

(i) that the Northern Territory Government adopted legislation to launch a territory-wide container deposit scheme from 12 January 2010,

(ii) that Coca Cola Amatil has proposed legal action against the Northern Territory Government citing a breach of section 9 of the Mutual Recognition Act 1992 , and

(iii) Clean Up Australia’s activities throughout Australia over the weekend of 16 September and 17 September 2011; and

(b) calls on the Australian Government to adopt a container deposit scheme by all states and territories, effectively annulling the proposed court action by Coca Cola Amatil.

Notice given 21 September 2011

458  Leader of the Australian Greens (Senator Bob Brown): To move—That the Senate condemns the Coalition for seeking to deny Tasmania $270 million of assistance for forestry transition.

 

Notice given 22 September 2011

*462  Senator Hanson-Young: To move—That the Senate—

(a) notes the current dismal state of debate on asylum seeker policy in Australia with:

(i) the Prime Minister (Ms Gillard) calling the Leader of the Opposition (Mr Abbott) hypocritical, and

(ii) the Leader of the Opposition (Mr Abbott) calling the Prime Minister (Ms Gillard) hypocritical; and

(b) calls for Australia’s international refugee obligations to be respected.

*463  Senator Carol Brown: To move—That the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters be authorised to hold a public meeting during the sitting of the Senate on Wednesday, 12 October 2011, from 9.30 am to 11 am, to take evidence for the committee’s inquiry into the funding of political parties and election campaigns.

*464  Chair of the Community Affairs Legislation Committee (Senator Moore): To move—That the Community Affairs Legislation Committee be authorised to hold a private meeting otherwise than in accordance with standing order 33(1) during the sitting of the Senate on Tuesday, 11 October 2011, from 4 pm.

*465  Chair of the Community Affairs References Committee (Senator Siewert): To move—That the Community Affairs References Committee be authorised to hold a private meeting otherwise than in accordance with standing order 33(1) during the sitting of the Senate on Wednesday, 12 October 2011, from 4 pm.

*466  Senators Wright and Moore: To move—That the Senate—

(a) notes that:

(i) 10 October was World Mental Health Day which aims to raise public awareness about mental health issues worldwide,

(ii) this event promotes open discussions on illnesses, as well as investments in prevention and treatment services,

(iii) Mental Health Day falls within Mental Health Week which in 2011 will be celebrated from 9 October to 15 October 2011,

(iv) 1 in 5 of us in 2011 will experience a mental illness and at any given time more than 600 000 Australians are affected by severe mental illness,

(v) ready access to services can dramatically reduce long-term disability resulting from mental illness, and

(vi) all Australians share a responsibility to minimise the discrimination faced by people affected by mental illness;

(b) recognises that:

(i) mental illness is experienced across a lifespan and most illnesses emerge before the age of 25,

(ii) most people affected by mental illness can recover a good quality of life with the right supports and community acceptance,

(iii) services responding to mental illness should not be confined to health care and community based services have an important role to play,

(iv) services must recognise and respond to the impact of mental illness on families and carers, and

 

 (v) in the Australian context better integration of Commonwealth and state services is essential to deliver the holistic care required by people experiencing mental illness as well as their families and friends; and

(c) calls on the Government to:

(i) collaborate effectively across all tiers of government and across the full range of health, community, housing, employment and education services to ensure properly integrated responses to mental illness,

(ii) recognise that the health system’s response to mental illness must address the poor physical health status of people affected by mental illness, including higher rates of most major diseases and reduced life expectancy, and

(iii) recognise that the burden of mental illness ranks among the most serious health problems faced by Australians and continue to build the capacity of the mental health system to reflect this.

*467  Leader of the Australian Greens (Senator Bob Brown): To move—That the Senate—

(a) notes the asseveration of the Prime Minister (Ms Gillard) that, in the issue of relations between Palestine and Israel, ‘direct negotiation is the only true path to peace’;

(b) recognises that negotiations are most likely to succeed if they are between equals; and

(c) backs the United Nations initiative for recognition of Palestine as a member state.

*468  Leader of the Australian Greens (Senator Bob Brown): To move—That the first bill listed for private senators’ time each week shall be brought to a third reading vote, unless the Senate, on that day, decides otherwise.

Notice of motion altered on 22 September 2011 pursuant to standing order 77.

*469  Senator Hanson-Young: To move—That the Senate—

(a) notes the recent motion passed by the Tasmanian Parliament regarding same-sex marriage that stated that the House:

(i) supports marriage equality, and

(ii) calls on the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia to amend the Commonwealth Marriage Act 1961 to provide for marriage equality; and

(b) accepts the call for marriage equality.

Orders of the Day

1  Green Loans Program—Ministerial statement and documents

Consideration ( 28 September 2010 ).

2  Commonwealth Parliamentary Association—55th Conference—Report of the Australian parliamentary delegation, 26 September to 6 October 2009, Tanzania and Rwanda, dated June 2010

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Moore—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Moore, in continuation, 28 September 2010 ).

 

  39  Health—Food labelling standards

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Siewert—That the Senate—

(a) notes recent reports in Australia that found infant formula had been contaminated with genetically modified (GM) soy and corn;

(b) acknowledges the significant level of community concern about food labelling and safety issues in Australian food products, particularly those being fed to infants and young children; and

(c) calls on the Government to introduce clear and effective labelling standards that require all GM additives in Australian food products to be labelled ( adjourned, Senator Heffernan, 30 September 2010 ).

40  Taxation—Carbon tax

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Cormann—That the Senate notes the Gillard Government’s decision to blatantly break its unequivocal commitment to the electorate not to introduce a carbon tax ( Senator Polley, in continuation, 30 September 2010 ).

41  Department of the Senate—Report for 2009-10

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Macdonald—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Macdonald, in continuation, 25 October 2010 ).

48  Communications—National Broadband Network—Cost benefit analysis

Adjourned debate on the motion of the Leader of The Nationals in the Senate (Senator Joyce)—That the Senate notes the Gillard Government’s failure to undertake a cost benefit analysis of their National Broadband Network plan to ensure the most cost effective delivery of competitive broadband services to all Australians in a manner responsive to our future needs ( Senator Colbeck, in continuation, 18 November 2010 ).

59  Administration—Government commitments

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Cormann—That the Senate notes that after more than 3 years in office and a change in Prime Minister, the Government still has not found its way and continues to fail to deliver on its commitments to the Australian people ( Senator Furner, in continuation, 3 March 2011 ).

62  Finance—Household budgets

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Cormann—That the Senate notes the Labor Government’s ceaseless and ongoing commitment to debt and to deficit budgeting, which is putting upward pressure on interest rates and further pressure on household budgets ( Senator Bushby, in continuation, 12 May 2011 ).

63  Superannuation—Productivity Commission report—Order for production of document

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Cormann—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Cormann, in continuation, 17 August 2011 ).

64  Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Committee—Estimates hearings—Proposed attendance of witness

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Marshall—That the Senate—

(a) notes:

(i) the opening statement made by the President of Fair Work Australia on 1 June 2010 during his appearance at an estimates hearing of the Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Committee, and

(ii) in particular, the request made in that statement that the Senate reconsider its order of 28 October 2009 which requires that, on each occasion on which the Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Committee meets to consider estimates in relation to Fair Work Australia, the President of Fair Work Australia appear before the committee to answer questions; and

(b) modifies the order of 28 October 2009 by indicating that the Senate expects that the President of Fair Work Australia will appear should his or her presence be requested by the Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Committee in the future, while relaxing the requirement that the President attend to answer questions on all occasions when the Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Committee meets to consider estimates in relation to Fair Work Australia ( 25 August 2011 ).

65  Environment—Tasmanian logging industry—Financial assistance—Document

Adjourned debate on the motion of the Leader of the Opposition in the Senate (Senator Abetz)—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Boswell, in continuation, 13 September 2011 ).

66  Economics—Government’s fiscal strategy

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Cormann—That the Senate notes the Gillard Government’s failure to implement a sound fiscal strategy ( 15 September 2011 ).

Orders of the Day relating to Government Documents

1   Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997 —Live-stock mortalities during exports by sea—Report for the period 1 January to 30 June 2011

[ Replacement for document previously tabled on 16 August 2011 ]

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Williams—That the Senate take note of the document ( adjourned, Senator Bushby, 22 September 2011 ).

Acts Interpretation Act 1901 Statement pursuant to section 34C(7) relating to the delay in presentation of a report—Funding agreement between the Commonwealth of Australia and the Australian Livestock Export Corporation Limited (LiveCorp) for the period 2010 to 2014

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Macdonald—That the Senate take note of the document ( adjourned, Senator Bushby, 22 September 2011 ).

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997 —Funding agreement between the Commonwealth of Australia and the Australian Livestock Export Corporation Limited (LiveCorp) for the period 2010 to 2014

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Macdonald—That the Senate take note of the document ( adjourned, Senator Bushby, 22 September 2011 ).

Crimes Act 1914 —Use of witness identity protection certificates—Report for 2010-11—Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Macdonald—That the Senate take note of the document ( adjourned, Senator Bushby, 22 September 2011 ).

 

 5  Crimes Act 1914 —Authorisations for acquisition and use of assumed identities—Report for 2010-11—Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Macdonald—That the Senate take note of the document ( adjourned, Senator Bushby, 22 September 2011 ).

Orders of the Day relating to Private Senators’ Bills

The following orders up to 62 have been renumbered due to the adoption of the recommendation in the Procedure Committee’s second report of 2011 on 23 June 2011.

Poker Machine (Reduced Losses—Interim Measures) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Xenophon )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Xenophon, in continuation, 29 September 2010 ).

Ombudsman Amendment (Education Ombudsman) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Hanson-Young )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Hanson-Young, in continuation, 29 September 2010 ).

Commonwealth Commissioner for Children and Young People Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Hanson-Young )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Hanson-Young, in continuation, 29 September 2010 ).

Commonwealth Radioactive Waste Management (Repeal and Consequential Amendment) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Ludlam )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Ludlam, in continuation, 29 September 2010 ).

Anti-Terrorism Laws Reform Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Ludlam )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Ludlam, in continuation, 29 September 2010 ).

Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs and Other Legislation Amendment (Restoration of Racial Discrimination Act) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Siewert )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Siewert, in continuation, 29 September 2010 ).

Building and Construction Industry (Restoring Workplace Rights) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Siewert )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Siewert, in continuation, 29 September 2010 ).

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Amendment (Prohibition of Support for Whaling) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Siewert and Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator Bob Brown )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Siewert, in continuation, 29 September 2010 ).

 

 9  Safe Climate (Energy Efficient Non-Residential Buildings Scheme) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Milne )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Milne, in continuation, 29 September 2010 ).

10  Renewable Energy Amendment (Feed-in-Tariff for Electricity) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Milne )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Milne, in continuation, 29 September 2010 ).

12  Preventing the Misuse of Government Advertising Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator Bob Brown )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Bob Brown, in continuation, 29 September 2010 ).

13  Restoring Territory Rights (Voluntary Euthanasia Legislation) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator Bob Brown )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Pratt, in continuation, 28 October 2010 ).

14  Marriage Equality Amendment Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Hanson-Young )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Hanson-Young, in continuation, 29 September 2010 ).

15  Evidence Amendment (Journalists’ Privilege) Bill 2010 (No. 2)—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Brandis )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Brandis, in continuation, 29 September 2010 ).

16  Transport Safety Investigation Amendment (Incident Reports) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Xenophon )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Xenophon, in continuation, 30 September 2010 ).

17  Water (Crisis Powers and Floodwater Diversion) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senators Xenophon and Hanson-Young )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Xenophon, in continuation, 30 September 2010 ).

19  Fair Work Amendment (Paid Parental Leave) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Hanson-Young )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Hanson-Young, in continuation, 30 September 2010 ).

20  Environment Protection (Beverage Container Deposit and Recovery Scheme) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Ludlam )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( 3 March 2011 ).

21  Defence Amendment (Parliamentary Approval of Overseas Service) Bill 2010 [No. 2 ] —( Senate bill )— ( Senator Ludlam )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Stephens, in continuation, 7 July 2011 ).

 

 22  Special Broadcasting Service Amendment (Prohibition of Disruptive Advertising) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Ludlam )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Ludlam, in continuation, 30 September 2010 ).

23  Stolen Generations Reparations Tribunal Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Siewert )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Siewert, in continuation, 30 September 2010 ).

24  Food Safety (Trans Fats) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Siewert )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Siewert, in continuation, 30 September 2010 ).

25  Commonwealth Electoral (Above-the-Line Voting) Amendment Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator Bob Brown )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Bob Brown, in continuation, 30 September 2010 ).

26  National Integrity Commissioner Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator Bob Brown )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Bob Brown, in continuation, 30 September 2010 ).

27  Plebiscite for an Australian Republic Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator Bob Brown )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Bob Brown, in continuation, 30 September 2010 ).

28  Banking Amendment (Delivering Essential Financial Services) Bill 2010 (No. 2)—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator Bob Brown )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Bob Brown, in continuation, 30 September 2010 ).

30  Alcohol Toll Reduction Bill 2010—( Senate bill )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( 30 September 2010 ).

31  Drink Container Recycling Bill 2010—( Senate bill )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( 30 September 2010 ).

32  Responsible Takeaway Alcohol Hours Bill 2010—( Senate bill )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( 30 September 2010 ).

33  Choice of Repairer Bill 2010—( Senate bill )

Second reading ( restored 30 September 2010 ).

34  Keeping Jobs from Going Offshore (Protection of Personal Information) Bill 2009 [2010]—( Senate bill )

Second reading ( restored 30 September 2010 ).

35  Plain Tobacco Packaging (Removing Branding from Cigarette Packs) Bill 2009 [2010]—( Senate bill )

Second reading ( restored 30 September 2010 ).

 

 36  Poker Machine Harm Reduction Tax (Administration) Bill 2008 [2010]—( Senate bill )

Second reading ( restored 30 September 2010 ).

37  Migration Amendment (Detention of Minors) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Hanson-Young )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Hanson-Young, in continuation, 28 October 2010 ).

39  Food Standards Amendment (Truth in Labelling—Genetically Modified Material) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senators Xenophon and Siewert )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Xenophon, in continuation, 16 November 2010 ).

40  Migration Amendment (Detention Reform and Procedural Fairness) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Hanson-Young )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Hanson-Young, in continuation, 18 November 2010 ).

42  Banking Amendment (Controls on Variable Interest Rate Changes) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator Bob Brown )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Bob Brown, in continuation, 18 November 2010 ).

43  Plastic Bag Levy (Assessment and Collection) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator Bob Brown )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Bob Brown, in continuation, 22 November 2010 ).

45  Broadcasting Legislation Amendment (Anti-Siphoning) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Green, Senator Bob Brown )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Bob Brown, in continuation, 23 November 2010 ).

46  Foreign Acquisitions Amendment (Agricultural Land) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senators Xenophon and Milne )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Gallacher, in continuation, 22 September 2011 ).

47  Patent Amendment (Human Genes and Biological Materials) Bill 2010—( Senate bill )— ( Senators Heffernan, Siewert and Xenophon )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Heffernan, in continuation, 24 November 2010 ).

49  Wild Rivers (Environmental Management) Bill 2011 (No. 2)—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Scullion )

In committee ( 12 May 2011 ).

51  Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Amendment (Bioregional Plans) Bill 2011—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Colbeck )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( 23 June 2011 ).

 

 52  Customs Amendment (Anti-Dumping) Bill 2011—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Xenophon )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Xenophon, in continuation, 2 March 2011 ).

54  Public Service Amendment (Payments in Special Circumstances) Bill 2011—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Xenophon )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Xenophon, in continuation, 12 May 2011 ).

56  Commonwealth Electoral Amendment (Tobacco Industry Donations) Bill 2011—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator Bob Brown )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Bob Brown, in continuation, 15 June 2011 ).

60  Carbon Tax Plebiscite Bill 2011 [No. 2]—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Opposition in the Senate, Senator Abetz )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Milne in continuation, 15 September 2011 ).

61  Consumer Credit Protection Amendment (Fees) Bill 2011—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Xenophon )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Xenophon, in continuation, 21 June 2011 ).

62  Government Advertising (Accountability) Bill 2011—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Xenophon )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Xenophon, in continuation, 21 June 2011 ).

63  Migration Amendment (Declared Countries) Bill (No. 2) 2011—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Hanson-Young )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Hanson-Young, in continuation, 5 July 2011 ).

64  Bankruptcy Amendment (Exceptional Circumstances Exit Package) Bill 2011—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Xenophon )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Xenophon, in continuation, 5 July 2011 ).

66  Landholders’ Right to Refuse (Coal Seam Gas) Bill 2011—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Waters )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Cormann, in continuation, 22 September 2011 ).

70  Telecommunications Amendment (Mobile Phone Towers) Bill 2011—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Greens (Senator Bob Brown) )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Bob Brown, in continuation, 14 September 2011 ).

*71  Auditor-General Amendment Bill 2011— ( Senator Bishop )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Bishop, in continuation, 22 September 2011 ).