Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1998 Week 1 Hansard (28 April) . . Page.. 105 ..
MR OSBORNE (continuing):
(3) The Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety be comprised of Mr Hargreaves, Mr Osborne and one Member nominated by the Government to be notified in writing to the Speaker.
(4) The Standing Committee on Urban Services be comprised of Mr Berry, Mr Rugendyke and one Member nominated by the Government to be notified in writing to the Speaker.
(5) The Standing Committee on Education be comprised of Mr Corbell, Ms Tucker and one Member nominated by the Government to be notified in writing to the Speaker.
(6) The Speaker must receive the written nominations of Members by 2.00 p.m., Thursday, 30 April 1998.
The select committee on reform has not been identified in this motion. Perhaps that is something we could address by Thursday, Mr Speaker. The identity of the members of the Labor Party and the crossbenches is known. We are just waiting for the Government to notify you, Mr Speaker, as to who their nominations will be.
Question resolved in the affirmative.
MS CARNELL (Chief Minister and Treasurer) (5.13): Mr Speaker, I ask for leave to present the Unclaimed Moneys (Amendment) Bill 1998.
MS CARNELL: Mr Speaker, I present the Unclaimed Moneys (Amendment) Bill 1998, together with its explanatory memorandum.
Title read by Clerk.
MS CARNELL: I move:
That this Bill be agreed to in principle.
Mr Speaker, I am pleased to present to the Legislative Assembly the Unclaimed Moneys (Amendment) Bill 1998. The Bill makes a number of necessary technical amendments to the Unclaimed Moneys Act 1950. These amendments arise out of recent issues related to unclaimed superannuation moneys. The first amendment provides that the eligibility for an age pension is to be defined in terms of the definition in the Commonwealth's Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993. This enables consistency with other