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NOTICES

Notices of Motion:

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

(a) notes with concern recent Australian Bureau of Statistics figures showing a marked increase in the level of industrial disputation in Australia;

(b) commends the Business Council of Australia for its attack on the Australian Council of Trade Unions' superannuation push at a time of widespread acknowledgement of the need for wage restraint; and

(c) condemns the involvement of Senator Morris in a superannuation related brewery workers strike in Sydney and calls on the Federal Government to declare its attitude to the actions of Senator Morris.

The Manager of Government Business (Senator Grimes): To move on the next day of sitting-That, unless otherwise ordered-

(1) The hours of sitting of the Senate on Tuesday, 14 October and Wednesday, 15 October 1986, be varied, as follows:

(a) Tuesday, 14 October 1986-

2 p.m.-6.30 p.m.; and

(b) Wednesday, 15 October 1986-

10 a.m.-12.45 p.m.

2 p.m.-6.30 p.m.

8 p.m.-10.30 p.m.

(2) On Wednesday, 15 October 1986, Question Time take place at 3 p.m.

(3) Subject to paragraphs (1) and (2), the Sessional Order relating to the days and hours of meeting of the Senate, and the Routine of Business for week 1 apply to the week commencing 13 October 1986.

(4) The Sessional Order relating to the days and hours of meeting of the Senate and the Routine of Business for week 2 apply to the week commencing 20 October 1986.

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

(a) notes with concern the sinking of a Soviet Yankee class nuclear powered and nuclear armed submarine in the North Atlantic on 6 October 1986;

(b) notes, too, that this submarine joins 2 United States nuclear submarines at the bottom of the same ocean;

(c) condemns the Federal Government for not taking seriously the danger of nuclear accidents when nuclear armed and nuclear powered ships and submarines enter Australian harbours;

(d) deplores the decision to invite nuclear capable warships to the Royal Australian Navy's 75th Anniversary celebrations; and

(e) calls on the Government to end these unnecessary nuclear visits immediately.

Notices of Motion withdrawn:

Senator Brownhill withdrew General Business, Notices of Motion Nos 52, 58 and 78 standing in his name relating to youth unemployment, economic management and spinal injuries in football.