Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2004 Week 01 Hansard (Thursday, 12 February 2004) . . Page.. 287 ..
Planning and Environment—Standing Committee—Report. 24—Inquiry into the Road Transport (Public Passenger Services) Amendment Bill 2003—Relevant extracts of the Minutes of Proceedings.
These were inadvertently omitted from the tabling of the report the other day, and I apologise to members for the inconvenience.
Discharge of orders of the day
MR WOOD (Minister for Disability, Housing and Community Services, Minister for Urban Services, Minister for Police and Emergency Services, and Minister for Arts and Heritage) (11.58): I move:
That the following orders of the day be discharged from the Notice Paper: Private Members’ Business –
No 15 relating to the Bushfire Inquiry (Protection of Statements) Amendment Bill 2003 (No 2).
No 18 relating to the Litter (Littering from Motor Vehicles) Amendment Bill 2003.
No 19. relating to a proposed amendment to standing order 118—Answers to Questions without Notice.
Executive Business –
No 9 relating to the state of the Territory’s Finance.
No 10 relating to the Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission investigation into competition implications of provision of wheelchair accessible taxi services by a single network.
No 11 relating to the Consolidated Financial Management Report.
No 12 relating to the ACT Gambling and Racing Commission report on community contributions made by gaming machine licensees.
No 13 relating to the Public Rental Housing Assistance Program amendment to restore security of tenure to public tenants.
No 14 relating to the Government response on full retail competition impact on ACT low income earners.
No 15 relating to the fourth six monthly report on indigenous education.
No 16 relating to the first sixth monthly report on the Board of Inquiry into disability services on the implementation of the Government response.
No 17 relating to the Government response to the inquiry into education funding in the ACT.
Ms Tucker: I do not want item No 14—the item relating to the government response on the full retail competition impact on ACT low income earners—discharged.
MR SPEAKER: Well, there is a problem here in that you will have to have an amendment circulated in writing.
Ms Tucker: Okay, I will move an amendment.
Mrs Dunne: Perhaps we could adjourn this till a later hour.