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 10 MESSAGES FROM THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL—ASSENT TO BILLS

Messages from His Excellency the Governor-General were announced informing the House that His Excellency, in the name of Her Majesty, had assented to the following Bills:

5 April 2004—Message No. 237—Migration Agents Registration Application Charge Amendment 2004.

1 April 2004—Message No. 238—Fisheries Legislation Amendment (Compliance and Deterrence Measures and Other Matters) 2004.

2 April 2004—Message No. 239—

Fisheries Legislation Amendment (High Seas Fishing Activities and Other Matters) 2004.

Australian Crime Commission Amendment 2004.

20 April 2004—Message—

No. 240—


Appropriation (No. 3) 2003-2004.

Appropriation (No. 4) 2003-2004.

Appropriation (Parliamentary Departments) (No. 2) 2003-2004.

No. 241—

Communications Legislation Amendment (No. 1) 2004.

Textile, Clothing and Footwear Strategic Investment Program Amendment 2004.

No. 242—

Dairy Produce Amendment 2004.

Family Assistance Legislation Amendment (Extension of Time Limits) 2004.

Commonwealth Electoral Amendment (Representation in the House of Representatives) 2004.

21 April 2004—Message—

No. 243—

Age Discrimination (Consequential Provisions) 2004.

Energy Grants (Cleaner Fuels) Scheme 2004.

Energy Grants (Cleaner Fuels) Scheme (Consequential Amendments) 2004.

No. 244—

Customs Tariff Amendment (No. 1) 2004.

Excise Tariff Amendment (No. 1) 2004.

Higher Education Legislation Amendment 2004.

No. 245—

Customs Tariff Amendment (Greater Sunrise) 2004.

Greater Sunrise Unitisation Agreement Implementation 2004.

No. 246—

Migration Legislation Amendment (Migration Agents Integrity Measures) 2004.

Privacy Amendment 2004.

No. 247—Health and Ageing Legislation Amendment 2004.

27 April 2004—Message No. 248—

Military Rehabilitation and Compensation 2004.

Military Rehabilitation and Compensation (Consequential and Transitional Provisions) 2004.

Superannuation Safety Amendment 2004.

Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Legislation Amendment (No. 1) 2004.

Telecommunications (Interception) Amendment 2004.

Taxation Laws (Clearing and Settlement Facility Support) 2004.

Intelligence Services Amendment 2004.

4 May 2004—Message No. 249—Superannuation Legislation Amendment (Family Law and Other Matters) 2004.