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  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (5.11 p.m.) —Before I begin to speak, in accordance with an agreement that I have had from the government, I seek leave to table statements to the Senate from more than 1,000 Aboriginal tribal elders and community members from Arnhem Land urging the parliament to
    Date: 04/12/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-12-04/0144 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (6.18 p.m.) —This will be my last contribution to the committee stage of the debate and it is going to be a brief one. I want to point out to the minister in closing that, if you are going to vote against a right to
    Date: 04/12/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-12-04/0150 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (3.06 p.m.) —I move: That the Senate take note of the answer given by the Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs (Senator Herron), to a question without notice asked by Senator Bob Collins today, relating to a government publication relating to Aborigines. Before
    Date: 03/12/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-12-03/0129 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (8.29 p.m.) —I rise on the adjournment debate tonight to discuss Media Watch , the weekly review of mass media which has appeared on ABC television since 1989. I should state at the outset that I consider the program to be among the most important
    Date: 03/12/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-12-03/0267 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (10.41 p.m.) —I rise in the adjournment debate to address the issue of crime and punishment in the Northern Territory. Tomorrow the Australian Democrats will be moving a motion condemning mandatory sentencing. Now that the Democrats have removed the paragraph from that motion calling on
    Date: 01/12/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-12-01/0229 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (2.58 p.m.) —I also have a question for the Special Minister of State (Senator Minchin). It does not relate to the exclusive possession section of this but to clause 3, which strikes out the possibility of an Aboriginal claimant making a claim to the exclusion
    Date: 28/11/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-11-28/0118 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (3.10 p.m.) —The minister has told me that the new 47B provision, which I have now found and it is in a later schedule, has addressed the problem in the original amendment which concerned me. With respect, I do not think it does. As you
    Date: 28/11/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-11-28/0126 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (3.13 p.m.) —That being so, in order to avoid confusion for us all, are you proposing then to delete this section in the original bill—that is the one we are talking about—which completely conflicts with this new amendment? The new amendment overturns it. I accept
    Date: 28/11/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-11-28/0128 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (3.39 p.m.) —If the Greens are going to divide on it, they will. But, with respect to Senator Margetts and Senator Brown, I support Senator Minchin on this particular matter. Senator Brown, you are reading too much into this particular proposed section, which is about
    Date: 28/11/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-11-28/0151 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (3.15 p.m.) —A very interesting contribution has just been made by the Leader of the Government in the Senate (Senator Hill). He said, `These people are entitled to certainty,' and I interjected, `What people?' By definition, the people he is referring to are those non-Aboriginal
    Date: 27/11/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-11-27/0037 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (7.27 p.m.) —Madam Acting Deputy President, I— Senator Chris Evans interjecting — Senator BOB COLLINS —Are you trying to interfere with my right of free speech? Senator Schacht —Me? Senator BOB COLLINS —No, Senator Chris Evans just commented that I have become a real problem
    Date: 26/11/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-11-26/0179 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (9.21 p.m.) —I do want to make it clear at the outset of this debate tonight that I will not speak in any detail about the legislation. I will do that during the committee stage of the bill. But it is essential, in my view,
    Date: 25/11/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-11-25/0111 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (10.31 p.m.) —I rise in the adjournment debate tonight to comment on two unrelated but equally bizarre appearances in the national media this morning. I woke up today to see and hear Territory euthanasia campaigner, Dr Philip Nitschke, announcing to the world that he and
    Date: 25/11/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-11-25/0116 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (3.13 p.m.) —Every time Minister Kemp starts giving in question time his well-known impersonation of an outboard motor you know perfectly well that he does not know the answer to the question he is being asked. I think he has now established the record for
    Date: 24/11/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-11-24/0047 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory) (4.40 p.m.) —Aboriginal Australians essentially lost their voice in the Commonwealth government with the election of the Howard administration last year. The Howard government has not simply disenfranchised Aboriginal people, it has been deliberately antagonistic to their interests. That policy has been pursued from the
    Date: 10/11/1997 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1997-11-10/0092 - Source: Senate

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