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  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) (10.35) —I was first elected to the Senate in December 1984. I came from working class people in Tasmania, and in my 5 3/4 years in the Senate I have never dissociated myself from them. My lifestyle has not changed. I pay tribute to the Burnie Trades
    Date: 31/05/1990 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1990-05-31/0219 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) —by leave-I give notice that, on the next day of sitting, I shall move: (1) That, for the purpose of completing its inquiries into the question of animal welfare in Australia, the Select Committee on Animal Welfare shall confine its inquiries to the following: (a) completion of
    Date: 30/05/1990 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1990-05-30/0132 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) —I present the report of the Select Committee on Animal Welfare entitled Sheep Husbandry, together with a transcript of evidence from this and earlier reports of the Committee. Ordered that the report be printed. Senator DEVLIN —I seek leave to move a motion in relation to the
    Date: 04/10/1989 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1989-10-04/0085 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) —I present the report of the Select Committee on Animal Welfare entitled Animal Experimentation. Ordered that the report be printed. Senator DEVLIN —by leave-I move. That the Senate take note of the report. I seek leave to incorporate my tabling statement in Hansard. Leave granted. The statement
    Date: 05/09/1989 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1989-09-05/0055 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) (10.34) —We are debating the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Bill 1989, the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Bill 1989 and the Aboriginal Development Commission Amendment Bill 1989. The Government is very pleased finally to be debating legislation to establish the Aboriginal
    Date: 18/08/1989 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1989-08-18/0033 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) (6.18) —I support what my colleagues have said but I would like to express my views of what I have seen and what we have heard from many people who have given evidence. On 1 June last year the Senate Select Committee on the Administration of Aboriginal
    Date: 28/02/1989 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1989-02-28/0073 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) —by leave-I wish to make a personal explanation in response to an inaccurate and misleading report concerning me which appeared in today's edition of the Launceston Examiner newspaper. The article by Mr Barry Prismall, and based on comments made by the Tasmanian Deputy Premier, Mr Pearsall, sets
    Date: 12/10/1988 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1988-10-12/0086 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) (5.49) —As stated in the report of the Inter-State Commission waterfront investigation, Australian crews account for only 14 per cent of average operating costs on the waterfront, while more than half the freight rates went to paying port authority and stevedoring costs. This should not be used
    Date: 01/09/1988 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1988-09-01/0121 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) (10.47) — The Senate is debating the Industrial Relations Bill 1988. The Bill is a continuation by the Hawke Government of the reform of industrial relations. It is radically different from the approach adopted by previous conservative governments, including the Fraser Government, and from the present policies
    Date: 31/08/1988 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1988-08-31/0045 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) —On behalf of Senator Black, I give notice that, on the next day of sitting, he will move: That the following matter be referred to the Standing Committee on Environment, Recreation and the Arts: (1) The role of the Commonwealth Government in the further development of the
    Date: 18/05/1988 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1988-05-18/0013 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) —On behalf of Senator Black, I give notice that, on the next day of sitting, he will move: That the following matter be referred to the Standing Committee on Environment, Recreation and the Arts: The use by Australian sportsmen and sportswomen of performance enhancing drugs and the
    Date: 18/05/1988 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1988-05-18/0017 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) —On behalf of Senator Cooney, I present the fourth report of 1988 of the Senate Standing Committee for the Scrutiny of Bills, concerning the Textiles, Clothing and Footwear Development Authority Bill 1988. I also lay on the table Scrutiny of Bills Alert Digest No. 4, dated 13
    Date: 13/04/1988 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1988-04-13/0096 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) (8.34) —This evening the Senate is debating three Bills-the Appropriation (Parliamentary Departments) Bill 1987-88, Appropriation Bill (No. 1) 1987-88 and Appropriation Bill (No. 2) 1987-88. Debate on these Bills is, of necessity, wide-ranging and senators have the opportunity to explore and debate matters of particular importance to
    Date: 17/11/1987 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1987-11-17/0068 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) (10.08) —We are debating the Lemonthyme and Southern Forests (Commission of Inquiry) Bill 1987 and I will continue my remarks from last night. The Federal Government is a party to, and is obligated to carry out, many international agreements. Sometimes this watchdog role impacts on State resources
    Date: 26/03/1987 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1987-03-26/0016 - Source: Senate

  • Senator DEVLIN (Tasmania) (7.26) —I wish first to assure the Opposition senators from Tasmania that I support the Lemonthyme and Southern Forests (Commission of Inquiry) Bill 1987, a Bill which will be recognised as perhaps a watershed in terms of the Federal Government's attitude to protection of the environment and
    Date: 25/03/1987 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1987-03-25/0096 - Source: Senate

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