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  • Mr N.A. BROWN (Menzies) (12.01) —I move: That this House: (1) deplores the brutality used against the citizens of Lithuania and the deaths of 14 persons arising from the use of force by Soviet troops on 13 January 1991; (2) condemns the assault by Soviet troops on the Interior Ministry
    Date: 21/02/1991 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1991-02-21/0041 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. BROWN (Menzies) (9.50) —This is a debate on the Australian Broadcasting Tribunal report entitled TV violence in Australia. There is a Government response to the report, although I am not sure whether it has been tabled as yet. It is, however, a matter of regret that the Government
    Date: 18/02/1991 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1991-02-18/0042 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. BROWN (Menzies) —For most of the time that I have been in this Parliament I have had the honour and the privilege of representing the late Gordon Bryant. As we have heard from the Minister for Aged, Family and Health Services (Mr Staples), he was a constituent of
    Date: 12/02/1991 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1991-02-12/0006 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. BROWN (Menzies) (5.40) —I have been pondering for some time why the Geneva Conventions Amendment Bill has been brought on for debate as the first item in this session of the Parliament when it has had a fairly leisurely course through the Parliament. It is brought on now
    Date: 12/02/1991 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1991-02-12/0049 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. BROWN (Menzies) (10.04) —I ask whether there will be any opportunity to debate the deteriorating situation in the Baltic states. I make the suggestion that there should be an opportunity to debate that subject and to adopt a resolution which, I would hope, would be passed automatically and
    Date: 22/01/1991 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1991-01-22/0006 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. BROWN (Menzies) (8.00) — This motion presently being debated by the House affirms support for Australia's military contribution as part of the multinational force presently engaged in action in the Gulf. The motion expresses confidence in, and support for, the Australian forces that are a part of that
    Date: 21/01/1991 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1991-01-21/0023 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. Brown (Menzies) (11.21) —The Aussat Amendment Bill does basically two things. First, it removes some impediments of a legal nature to the privatisation of Aussat Pty Ltd. Aussat was originally established as a government-owned company and, in fact, for some time I held virtually all of the shares
    Date: 14/11/1990 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1990-11-14/0101 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. Brown (Menzies) (8.36) —The Broadcasting (Foreign Ownership) Amendment Bill 1990 marks, I regret to say, another instalment in the never-ending battery of legislation in broadcasting that we have come to expect in recent years. It is worthwhile reflecting that this Bill is, of course, not the only current
    Date: 07/11/1990 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1990-11-07/0090 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. Brown (Menzies) (5.55) —The purpose of the Crimes (Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances) Bill 1990 is to meet Commonwealth Government obligations under the United Nations Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances so that Australia can proceed with ratification of the Convention. It
    Date: 18/10/1990 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1990-10-18/0125 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. Brown (Menzies) (8.48) —This debate is on the ICSID Implementation Bill 1990. As with the previous debate, I am in effect making this speech on behalf of the honourable member for Kooyong (Mr Peacock), who was obliged to return to Melbourne. I do this with some hesitation, not
    Date: 18/10/1990 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1990-10-18/0135 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. Brown (Menzies) (3.25) —I will begin my remarks in this debate by taking up the last point that the Minister for Transport and Communications (Mr Beazley) made. The world has moved a long way since 1983. We have moved a long way in this country as well. Our
    Date: 19/09/1990 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1990-09-19/0044 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. Brown (Menzies) (4.51) —In this discussion of the appropriations for the Department of Transport and Communications it would be very tempting to continue the examination that the House and the country have been conducting in recent times on the blood-letting that is going on in the Labor Party
    Date: 19/09/1990 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1990-09-19/0059 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. Brown (Menzies) (3.12) —Mr Speaker, last night the Government-after what seems like months and months of blood-letting and self-immolation- reached what it was pleased to call decisions in principle on the reform of telecommunications in Australia. It is fair to say, by way of compression, that there were
    Date: 11/09/1990 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1990-09-11/0025 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. Brown (Menzies) (10.48) —I commend to the House the Telecommunications Reform Bill 1990. The purpose of this Bill is to provide a beacon in the country for telecommunications reform. It is necessary because, as we all know, the Government is frozen on this issue and is unable to
    Date: 23/08/1990 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1990-08-23/0063 - Source: House of Reps

  • Mr N.A. Brown (Menzies) (3.01) —Mr Speaker, the most notable feature of the recent Budget, apart from the fact that it contained no solutions to the major economic problems facing this country, was that it was completely devoid of any information whatsoever about what are now referred to as micro-economic
    Date: 23/08/1990 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/1990-08-23/0117 - Source: House of Reps

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