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  • 21:05:00 Forshaw, Sen Michael Senator FORSHAW New South Wales ALP 0 —I am indebted to the Minister for Finance and Administration, Senator Minchin, for moving the interruption to business tonight to bring on the Fuel Quality Standards Amendment Bill 2003 , because I know how terribly interested he is in
    Date: 25/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-25/0199 - Source: Senate

  • 21:36:00 O'Brien, Sen Kerry Senator O'BRIEN Tasmania ALP 0 —It is interesting that the Democrats apparently do not support ethanol fuel labelling. Allison, Sen Lyn Senator Allison —We do; we just do not want it without the others. O'Brien, Sen Kerry Senator O'BRIEN —Senator Allison said, `We do,' but I
    Date: 25/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-25/0201 - Source: Senate

  • 22:08:00 Forshaw, Sen Michael Senator FORSHAW New South Wales ALP 0 —by leave—I rise to speak because during his remarks in closing the second reading debate, Senator Ian Macdonald referred to the fact that he was disappointed that Senator McLucas, another Queensland senator, was not able to participate in the
    Date: 25/11/2003 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2003-11-25/0203 - Source: Senate

  • 11:53:00 Griffin, Alan, MP Mr GRIFFIN Bruce ALP 0 —The Fuel Quality Standards Amendment Bill 2003 is a relatively simple bill that adjusts the system to establish a regulatory framework for fuel labelling in Australia and to permit state and territory laws to be overridden where the Commonwealth has made
    Date: 11/09/2003 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/2003-09-11/0053 - Source: House of Reps

  • 12:43:00 Thomson, Kelvin, MP Mr KELVIN THOMSON Wills ALP 0 —The member for Dunkley does not love it very much, but there is only one party in this parliament that supports the interests of consumers—the Labor Party. We have dragged this government kicking and screaming to do something to protect
    Date: 11/09/2003 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/2003-09-11/0055 - Source: House of Reps

  • 13:15:00 Zahra, Christian, MP Mr ZAHRA McMillan ALP 0 —I want to begin my contribution in this debate on the Fuel Quality Standards Amendment Bill 2003 by thanking the member for Forrest for his very considered contribution. It is nice to follow someone who is obviously very interested in cars
    Date: 11/09/2003 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/2003-09-11/0057 - Source: House of Reps

  • 13:52:00 Ferguson, Martin, MP Mr MARTIN FERGUSON Batman ALP 0 —I am delighted to speak in support of the second reading amendment moved by the member for Bruce, Alan Griffin, to the Fuel Quality Standards Amendment Bill 2003 . In doing so, it is appropriate that I acknowledge this afternoon
    Date: 11/09/2003 - Collection: House of Representatives - ID: chamber/hansardr/2003-09-11/0059 - Source: House of Reps

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