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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
2007
FIRST SESSION OF THE FIFTY-FOURTH PARLIAMENT
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BUSINESS PAPER
No. 38
Wednesday 28 November 2007
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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

NOTICE OF MOTION—




  1. Mr WATKINS to move—

That a bill be introduced for an Act to amend the Workers Compensation Act 1987 to make further provision for benefits payable under the Act and workers compensation insurance.


(Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment (Benefits) Bill).
(Notice given 27 November 2007)


  1. Mr WATKINS to move—

That a bill be introduced for an Act to amend the World Youth Day Act 2006 to make further provision in relation to the planning, co-ordination and delivery of government services in relation to World Youth Day 2008 and related events; and for other purposes.


(World Youth Day Amendment Bill).
(Notice given 27 November 2007)


  1. Ms BURNEY to move—

That a bill be introduced for an Act to amend the Commission for Children and Young People Act 1998 in relation to background checking of applicants for employment, the functions and status of the Child Death Review Team and other matters; and to amend the Parliamentary Electorates and Elections Act 1912 in relation to the audit of child-related conduct declarations.


(Commission for Children and Young People Amendment Bill).
(Notice given 27 November 2007)


  1. Mr WEST to move—

That the following bills be introduced:


(i) A bill for an Act to regulate and control the sale and supply of liquor and the use of premises on which liquor is sold or supplied; to repeal the Liquor Act 1982; and for other purposes.
(Liquor Bill)
(ii) A bill for an Act to constitute the Casino, Liquor and Gaming Control Authority and to specify its functions; to provide for the probity of officials under the gaming and liquor legislation; to confer investigation and enforcement powers for the purposes of that legislation; and for other purposes.
(Casino, Liquor and Gaming Control Authority Bill)
(iii) A bill for an Act to amend various Acts as a consequence of the enactment of the Liquor Act 2007 and the Casino, Liquor and Gaming Control Authority Act 2007.
(Miscellaneous Acts (Casino, Liquor and Gaming) Amendment Bill).
(Notice given 27 November 2007)
ORDERS OF THE DAY—
1 Electricity Supply Amendment (Offences) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Mr Rees, “That this bill be now agreed to in principle” (introduced 27 June 2007—Mr George).


  1. Renewable Energy (New South Wales) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Mr Koperberg, “That this bill be now agreed to in principle” (introduced 27 June 2007—Ms Goward).




  1. Sydney Water Catchment Management Amendment Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Mr Rees, “That this bill be now agreed to in principle” (introduced 13 November 2007; resumed 27 November 2007—Mr Aquilina).






 Local Court Bill





Cognate bills; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Mr Campbell, “That these bills be now agreed to in principle” (introduced 13 November 2007—Mr George).




 Miscellaneous Acts (Local Court) Amendment Bill.

† Crimes Amendment (Sexual Procurement or Grooming of Children) Bill (introduced 14 November 2007, agreement in principle speech —Mr Campbell).




  1. Crimes (Domestic and Personal Violence) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Mr Campbell, “That this bill be now agreed to in principle” (introduced 16 November 2007—Mr Maguire).




  1. Motor Accidents Compensation Amendment (Claims and Dispute Resolution) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Mr Watkins, “That this bill be now agreed to in principle” (introduced 27 November 2007—Mr R.W. Turner).




  1. Budget Estimates and related papers 2007-2008; resumption of the interrupted debate, on the motion of Mr Aquilina, “That this House take note of the Budget Estimates and related papers 2007-2008” (moved 21 June 2007; resumed 27 June 2007, 28 June 2007, 17 October 2007, 19 October 2007, 7 November 2007).

† Bill forwarded from the Legislative Council


GENERAL BUSINESS

NOTICE OF MOTION (for Bills)—




  1. Mr O'FARRELL to move—

That a bill be introduced for an Act to amend the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, and related Acts, following the 5-year statutory review of that Act.


(Occupational Health and Safety Amendment Bill).
(Notice given 13 November 2007)


  1. Mr PAGE to move—

That a bill be introduced for an Act to amend the Conveyancing Act 1919 to make further provision with respect to the duties of mortgagees and chargees.


(Conveyancing Amendment (Mortgages) Bill).
(Notice given 27 November 2007)
ORDERS OF THE DAY (for Bills)—


  1. Government Schools (Infrastructure Register) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Mr Stoner, “That this bill be now agreed to in principle” (notice 10 May 2007; introduced 7 June 2007; resumed 27 September 2007, 25 October 2007, 8 November 2007—Mr George).




  1. University of Technology (Kuring-gai Campus) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Mr O'Farrell, “That this bill be now agreed to in principle” (notice 19 June 2007; introduced 28 June 2007—Mr Whan).




  1. Parliamentary Electorates and Elections Amendment (Truth in Advertising) Bill; resumption of the interrupted debate, on the motion of Mr Page, “That this bill be now agreed to in principle” (notice 26 June 2007; introduced 28 June 2007; resumed 25 October 2007—Mr Baird speaking).




  1. Liquor Amendment (Small Bars and Restaurants) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Ms Moore, “That this bill be now agreed to in principle” (notice 25 September 2007; introduced 27 September 2007—Mr Tripodi).




  1. Animals (Regulation of Sale) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Ms Moore, “That this bill be now agreed to in principle” (notice 27 June 2007; introduced 18 October 2007—Mr Tripodi).




  1. Roads Amendment (Lane Cove Tunnel Filtration) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Mr Roberts, “That this bill be now agreed to in principle” (notice 27 June 2007, introduced 18 October 2007 and 25 October 2007; resumed 15 November 2007—Ms Hornery).




  1. Transport Administration Amendment (CountryLink Pensioner Booking Fee Abolition) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Ms Berejiklian, “That this bill be now agreed to in principle” (notice 28 June 2007; introduced 25 October 2007; resumed 15 November 2007—Ms Hornery).

ORDER OF THE DAY (General Order)—




  1. Government Election Promises; resumption of the interrupted debate, on the motion of Mr O'Farrell—

That this House notes the Government’s cynical abandonment of election promises.


(Notice 9 May 2007; moved 8 November 2007—Mr Ashton speaking).
NOTICES OF MOTIONS (General Notices)—


  1. Mr WHAN to move—

That this House:


(1) Notes that at the 2007 State election, voters in the Monaro electorate expressed strong concern about the Federal Government’s unfair industrial relations changes.
(2) Notes particularly that workers in regional and rural communities are disadvantaged by these changes and are already having their entitlements and rights eroded.
(3) Rejects the Federal Government’s pre-election decision to enhance protection through “no disadvantage” tests.


    1. Recognises that only through State Governments and the election of a Federal ALP Government will workers’ and families’ working conditions be properly protected.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Ms GOWARD to move—

That this House:




  1. Notes that under current conditions, the city of Goulburn’s water supply is estimated to be fourteen months.




  1. Commends the people of Goulburn for their strict adherence to level 5 water restrictions for the past two years.




  1. Notes the Government’s election commitment to provide up to half of the funding for an emergency pipeline.




  1. Notes the financial difficulties anticipated by the Goulburn Mulwaree Shire Council.




  1. Calls on the Government to fully fund this pipeline to ensure that Goulburn has a guaranteed minimum supply of water.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr BAIRD to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes the Government’s broken promise to the people of Manly in relation to the Spit Bridge and their dishonesty with respect to the past two elections.




    1. Notes the Government’s position in relation to this project was flawed from the outset.




    1. Notes that a Freedom of Information application request lodged on 7 February 2007 on the Spit Bridge remains outstanding today, 91 days later, and not answered prior to the recent State election.




    1. Calls on the Government to adopt the Opposition’s Northern Beaches integrated transport plan as a priority.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr SMITH to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes that the new Epping Railway Station has been shown to be badly designed, with the escalators malfunctioning on 7 May 2007 and no alternative stairway access to the platforms.




    1. Notes that pedestrians no longer have access from Beecroft Road to Langston Place using the ramp on the older footbridge.




    1. Condemns the Government for its lack of consultation and planning of the new Epping Railway Station.




    1. Calls upon the Minister for Transport to immediately re-open the old Epping station concourse, and upgrade the new Epping Railway Station to make it more accessible to the public.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr PROVEST to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes the overwhelming support of the Tweed community, as expressed at the March 24 State election, for Community Option ‘C’ of the Pacific Highway upgrade at Sexton Hill in the Tweed.




    1. Condemns the Government’s insistence on pursuing Option ‘B’, known locally as “B-Doubles Option B”, despite massive local opposition and a similar price tag.




    1. Calls on the Government to accept Community Option ‘C’ and expedite construction of this option before further lives are lost on this shameful highway black spot.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr O’DEA to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes the significant efforts of Ku-ring-gai Council in 2006 to comply with State Government requirements for increased densities in residential and town centre areas.




    1. Calls on the Government to immediately:




      1. Exempt Ku-ring-gai from SEPP 53; and




      1. Consider Ku-ring-gai Council’s proposed conservation zones for gazettal.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr WHAN to move—

That this House notes the result of the 2007 State election.


(Notice given 9 May 2007)


  1. Mr R.C. WILLIAMS to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes continuing downturn in the housing market and the subsequent damaging effects on the NSW economy as a result of excessive costs to land development due to the imposition of the Government’s infrastructure levy in suburbs such as Kellyville and Rouse Hill.




    1. Notes the struggle of small business operators such as bricklayers, concreters, electricians and other building associated tradesmen throughout Western Sydney, directly affected by a depleted housing market, with no certainty of continuing work and the negative effect it will have on employment.




    1. Calls upon the Minister for Planning to immediately review the impost of infrastructure levies imposed on the North and Southwest development areas of Sydney, which are hindering the orderly development of housing and most of all imposing hardship on working families wishing to purchase a home.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr DRAPER to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes the community consultation part of the Vision 20/20 consultancy process looking at future education delivery in Tamworth has concluded, with a recommendation to build a new school for special purposes on a greenfield site.




    1. Notes that the consultants will return to Tamworth on 25 and 26 May 2007 to present their final recommendations to school principals, the broader community and the reference panel.




    1. Calls on the Government to include funds to construct a new Bullimbal school in the next State budget.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr J.D. WILLIAMS to move—

That this House calls on the Government to waive fixed water charges for all NSW irrigators.


(Notice given 9 May 2007)


  1. Mr STONER to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes the serious incidence of juvenile crime in regional and rural areas; and




    1. Calls on the Government to amend current ineffective juvenile offender legislation.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Ms HODGKINSON to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes that the Hay Mobile Children’s Service offers a valuable range of childcare services within 250 kilometres of Hay and that its staff travel about 15,000 kilometres each month.




    1. Notes with concern that Government funding for this service is inadequate to meet the increased costs of fuel and wages.




    1. Notes its concern that many of the more than 20 mobile children’s services in NSW are in a similar precarious financial situation because of inadequate funding by the Government.




    1. Calls on the Government to urgently change the funding formula for mobile children’s services in NSW to allow them to continue to provide these important services to isolated residents in rural NSW.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr HAZZARD to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes the urgent need for a new Northern Beaches hospital to be constructed and brought into service.




    1. Notes the delay in preliminary planning for clinical services at the proposed new Northern Beaches Hospital.




    1. Calls on the Government to immediately commit to a timetable for construction of the new Northern Beaches Hospital.




    1. Congratulates the staff of Manly Hospital and Mona Vale Hospital for continuing to provide health services as both hospitals have been run down by the Government’s under funding.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr CONSTANCE to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes that a third of respite beds available to people with disabilities in New South Wales are blocked and that statistics released by the Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care reveal a significant and increasing level of unmet demand for disability housing across the State.




    1. Calls on the Minister for Disability Services to publish, on a quarterly basis, the waiting lists for respite care and supported accommodation.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr FRASER to move—

That this House condemns the Government for the rising road toll in regional New South Wales.


(Notice given 9 May 2007)


  1. Ms BEREJIKLIAN to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes there will be a total of 48 aboveground road changes associated with the Lane Cove Tunnel Project.




    1. Calls on the Government to produce a timetable as to when each of these changes will occur.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Ms HODGKINSON to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes that the roadway across the Zouch Street Railway Bridge in Young is continually failing because of the flexing of the bridge structure forcing the Roads and Traffic Authority to carry out repairs every two to three months.




    1. Expresses its concern that the Roads and Traffic Authority has been unable to come to an agreement with State Rail about permanently fixing this problem.




    1. Calls on the Minister for Roads and the Minister for Transport to direct their departments to achieve an immediate solution to this interdepartmental squabble.




    1. Notes that until this bridge is repaired it will continue to be a traffic hazard for all vehicles and particularly heavy transport using the Olympic Highway through Young.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr ROBERTS to move—

That this House:




    1. Endorses the campaign by Mums and Dads Against Stacks (MADAS), Residents Against Polluting Stacks (RAPS), the Lane Cove Tunnel Action Group (LCTAG), Professor Ray Kearney OAM and the Opposition to filter all road tunnels in New South Wales to ensure the health and well being of local residents.




    1. Calls upon the Government to take positive and immediate action to install clean air filters on the Lane Cove and M5 East Tunnels.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr CANSDELL to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes the dire state of hospital services in the Clarence electorate, with local doctor Alan Tyson describing the Grafton Base Hospital as “clinically unsafe”.




    1. Condemns the Government for failing to keep its $7M 2003 election promise to upgrade Grafton Hospital.




    1. Calls on the Government to commit to its $7M Grafton Base Hospital operating theatre promise.




    1. Calls on the Government to upgrade both Maclean and Grafton Accident and Emergency Departments.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr MAGUIRE to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes that patients from Tumut, Adelong, Batlow, Tumbarumba and Gundagai who are suffering from renal failure are required to travel thousands of kilometres per month to access renal dialysis.




    1. Calls on NSW Health to establish a renal dialysis service in Tumut.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mrs SKINNER to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes that there are tens of thousands of people still waiting for surgery in our hospitals.




    1. Condemns the Government for trying to hide the true extent of unmet demand.




    1. Condemns the Government for failing to provide staff with the resources and support to treat their patients.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Ms HODGKINSON to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes the need for the community of Woodstock to reopen a disused well as an emergency water supply because of the continuing severity of the drought.




    1. Notes that Woodstock has been on level 5 water restrictions since 2 January 2007.




    1. Calls on the Government to provide urgent funding to Cowra Shire Council to reopen this well.

(Notice given 9 May 2007)




  1. Mr HUMPHRIES to move—

That this House:




    1. Notes that the Government has failed to properly legislate to allow 44 local councils to fairly, legally and simply rate rural entities following the recognised separation of water from land for rating purposes in 2004.
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