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Tuesday, 30 March 2004

The Assembly met at 10.30 am

Death of Brian I’Anson

Leave of absence to member

Privileges 2004—Select Committee

Report

Community Services and Social Equity—Standing Committee

Report 5

Legal Affairs—Standing Committee

Scrutiny report 46

Human Cloning and Embryo Research Bill 2003

Human Cloning (Prohibition) Bill 2004

Human Embryo (Research) Bill 2004

Education Bill 2003

Sitting suspended from 12.34 to 2.30 pm

Questions without notice

Bushfires—coroner’s inquest

Mental health

Gungahlin Drive extension

State of the Environment report

Belconnen bus interchange

Bushfires—declaration of a state of emergency

Bushfires—cabinet briefings

Child protection

Betty Searle House

Bushfires—destruction of fences

Supplementary answers to questions without notice

Belconnen bus interchange

Condoms in schools

Answers to questions on notice

Summernats

Volunteer bushfire fighters

Question No 1267

Paper

Executive contracts

Papers and statement by minister

Ministerial visit to the USA

Paper and statement by minister

Papers

Environmental impact statements

Discussion of matter of public importance

Education Bill 2003

Detail stage

Sitting suspended from 6.31 to 8.00 pm

Justice and Community Safety Amendment Bill 2003 (No 2)

Detail stage

Financial Management Amendment Bill 2004

Adjournment

Spastic Centre

Mental health

Wednesday, 31 March 2004

The Assembly met at 10.30 am

Petition

Vocational and higher education students

Pneumococcal vaccine

Sitting suspended from 12.34 to 2.30 pm

Ministerial arrangements

Questions without notice

Mental health—funding

Bushfires—destruction of fences

Mental health—funding

Health administration

Environmental advisory committees

Gungahlin Drive extension

Government tendering arrangements

Lyneham section master plan

Knowledge fund

Bushfires—declaration of state of emergency.

Bushfires—warnings

Papers

Supplementary answer to question without notice

Bushfires—insurance for firefighters

State of the environment report

Paper

Commissioner for the Family Bill 2004

Youth night shelter in Civic

Civics and electoral education programs

Leave of absence

Residential Tenancies (Assisted Tenants) Amendment Bill 2003

Pharmacy Amendment Bill 2004

Adjournment

Mr Brian O’Reilly—retirement

Mental health

Anti-Semitism

Anti-Semitism

Senator Ursula Stephens

Ms Tracey Lianos

Bushfires—land management

Gungahlin Drive extension

Youth information referral resource service

The Assembly adjourned at 5.56 pm

Thursday, 1 April 2004

The Assembly met at 10.30 am

Mrs Dunne

Motion of censure

Suspension of standing and temporary orders

Sitting suspended from 12.30 to 2.30 pm

Questions without notice

Bushfires—acceptance of responsibility

Commissioner for the Environment

Bushfires—warnings

Health administration

Bushfires—coroner’s inquest

Environment—management

Traffic flows

Social plan

Child protection

Land conservation

Blind cricket

Personal explanations

Criminal justice statistical profile—December 2003 quarter

Paper

Paper

Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition Act

Paper and statement by minister

Insurance Authority Act

Paper and statement by minister

Indigenous education—seventh six-monthly report

Paper and statement by minister

Paper

Suspension of standing and temporary orders

Mrs Dunne

Motion of grave concern.

Skills shortages

Discussion of matter of public importance

Postponement of order of the day

Environment Legislation Amendment Bill 2004

Statute Law Amendment Bill 2004

Charitable Collections Amendment Bill 2004

Planning and Environment—Standing Committee

Proposed reference

Privileges—Select Committee

Report

Community Services and Social Equity—Standing Committee

Report

Planning and Environment—Standing Committee

Report

Postponement of order of the day

Architects Bill 2004

Detail stage

Public Accounts—Standing Committee

Report 2

Suspension of standing and temporary orders

Estimates 2004-2005—Select Committee

Appointment

Sitting suspended from 6.25 to 8 pm.

Human Cloning (Prohibition) Bill 2004

Human Embryo (Research) Bill 2004

Detail stage

Suspension of standing order 76

Estimates 2004-2005—Select Committee

Membership

Adjournment

Matter of privilege

The Assembly adjourned at 11.25 pm until Tuesday, 4 May 2004, at 10.30 am

Incorporated documents

Attachment 1

Document incorporated by the Minister for Environment

Attachment 2

Document incorporated by the Minister for Environment

Attachment 3

Document incorporated by the Minister for Urban Services

Schedules of amendments

Schedule 1

Architects Bill 2003

Schedule 2

Architects Bill 2003

Schedule 3

Architects Bill 2003

Schedule 4

Human Embryo (Research) Bill 2004

Schedule 5

Human Embryo (Research) Bill 2004

Schedule 6

Human Embryo (Research) Bill 2004

Schedule 7

Human Embryo (Research) Bill 2004

Answers to questions

Bushfires—fuel reduction (Question No 1267)

National Zoo and Aquarium (Question No 1275)

Graffiti (Question No 1289)

Seniors—library services (Question No 1302)

Tree removals (Question No 1303)

Revitalisation incentives (Question No 1304)

Housing—tenure (Question No 1307)

Disabled persons—employment (Question No 1308)

Public service—cultural backgrounds (Question No 1310)

Business grants (Question No 1314)

Knowledge fund grants (Question No 1315)

Tourism—marketing campaign (Question No 1316)

Education—male teachers (Question No 1320)

Graffiti (Question No 1321)

Canberra Institute of Technology—student accommodation (Question No 1322)

Youth Legal Referral Service (Question No 1323)

Education—teacher salaries (Question No 1326)

Education—restraining orders (Question No 1327)

Gas bottle safety (Question No 1328)

Neighbourhood Watch (Question No 1329)

Police force—resignations (Question No 1338)

Housing—rents (Question No 1344)

ParentLink (Question No 1348)

Child care centres (Question No 1349)

Long service leave (Question No 1350)

Development—Weston (Question No 1351)

Quamby Youth Detention Centre—complaints (Question No 1352)

Quamby Youth Detention Centre—staff (Question No 1353)

Quamby Youth Detention Centre—assault (Question No 1354)

Quamby Youth Detention Centre—upgrade (Question No 1355)

Quamby Youth Detention Centre—complaints (Question No 1356)

Quamby Youth Detention Centre—living arrangements (Question No 1357)

Quamby Youth Detention Centre—perimeter security (Question No 1358)

Quamby Youth Detention Centre—escapes (Question No 1359)

No Waste by 2010 (Question No 1360)

ACTION—driver roster system (Question No 1361)

Career education support service (Question No 1363)

Drug education programs (Question No 1364)

Sportsgrounds (Question No 1366)

Chisholm oval (Question No 1367)

City Walk sculpture program (Question No 1368)

Housing—building contracts (Question No 1369)

Molonglo River (Question No 1370)

Water—conditions (Question No 1371)

Water—quality (Question No 1372)

Kurrajong Hotel (Question No 1373)

Canberra Hospital—insurance claims (Question No 1375)

Ministerial functions (Question No 1377)

WorkCover—staff (Question No 1378)

Crime prevention (Question No 1380)

Drink spiking (Question No 1381)

Education—boys (Question No 1382)

Registered training organisations (Question No 1385)

Children—case workers (Question No 1386)

Community Consultation Online website (Question No 1387)

Prisoners—statistics (Question No 1388)

Act of grace payments (Question No 1389)

Rally of Canberra (Question No 1390)

Rally of Canberra (Question No 1391)

Belconnen—pay parking (Question No 1394)

Roads—red light cameras (Question No 1395)

Workplace agreements (Question No 1397)

Canberra Institute of Technology—traineeships (Question No 1398)

Education—Year 12 trends (Question No 1399)

Education—information technology testing (Question No 1400)

Amaroo school security (Question No 1402)

Amaroo school enrolments (Question No 1403)

Education—male teachers (Question No 1404)

Tuggeranong—pay parking (Question No 1405)

Aboriginal sites (Question No 1408)

Public service—chief executive officers (Question No 1409)