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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
2003-05
FIRST SESSION OF THE FIFTY-THIRD PARLIAMENT
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VOTES

AND

PROCEEDINGS
No. 121
THURSDAY 3 MARCH 2005

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  1. CRIMINAL APPEAL AMENDMENT (JURY VERDICTS) BILL

The order of the day was read for the resumption of the interrupted second reading speech, on the motion of Mr Tink, That this bill be now read a second time.


Mr Tink concluded his speech.
Debate adjourned (Mr Hickey) and the resumption of the debate made an order of the day for a future day.


  1. CROWN LANDS AMENDMENT (ACCESS TO PROPERTY) BILL

Mrs Hopwood moved, pursuant to notice, That leave be given to bring in a bill for an Act to amend the Crown Lands Act 1989 in relation to the determination or redetermination of rent with respect to leases, licences or permits that provide water access to certain residential properties.


Question put and passed.
Bill presented and read a first time.
Mrs Hopwood moved, That this bill be now read a second time.
Mrs Hopwood speaking—
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It being 10.30 am debate interrupted for General Business Orders of the Day (for Bills).

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Ordered, That the resumption of the interrupted debate stand an order of the day for tomorrow.


  1. POLICE AMENDMENT (CRIME REDUCTION AND REPORTING) BILL

The order of the day was read for the resumption of the interrupted debate, on the motion of Mr Debnam, That this bill be now read a second time.


Question again proposed and debate resumed.
Mr Debnam speaking in reply—
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It being 11.30 am debate interrupted for General Business Orders of the Day (General Orders) and General Business Notices of Motions (General Notices).

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Ordered, That the resumption of the interrupted debate stand an order of the day for tomorrow.


  1. MENTAL HEALTH FUNDING

Ms Berejiklian moved, pursuant to notice, That this House:




  1. Notes New South Wales is consistently at or near the bottom of the list in interstate comparisons on funding and services in mental health; and




  1. Calls on the State Government to address the mental health crisis in New South Wales, especially in relation to acute beds and community based mental health facilities.

Debate ensued.


Mr Barr, Ms Moore and Mr Constance, by leave, also spoke to the motion.
Question put.
The House divided.
AYES 33
Mr Aplin, Mr Armstrong, Mr Barr, Ms Berejiklian, Mr Cansdell, Mr Constance, Mr Debnam, Mr Draper, Mrs Fardell, Mr Fraser, Mrs Hancock, Mr Hartcher, Ms Hodgkinson, Mrs Hopwood, Mr Humpherson, Mr Kerr, Mr Merton, Mr O'Farrell, Mr Page, Mr Piccoli, Mr Richardson, Mr Roberts, Ms Seaton, Mrs Skinner, Mr Slack-Smith, Mr Souris, Mr Stoner, Mr Tink, Mr Torbay, Mr J.H. Turner and Mr R.W. Turner.
Tellers: Mr George and Mr Maguire.
NOES 47
Mr Amery, Ms Andrews, Mr Bartlett, Ms Beamer, Mr Black, Ms Burney, Miss Burton, Mr Campbell, Mr Collier, Mr Corrigan, Mr Crittenden, Ms D'Amore, Mr Debus, Mr Gibson, Mr Greene, Ms Hay, Mr Hickey, Mr Hunter, Mr Iemma, Ms Judge, Ms Keneally, Mr Knowles, Mr Lynch, Mr McBride, Mr McLeay, Ms Meagher, Ms Megarrity, Mr Mills, Ms Moore, Mr Morris, Mr Newell, Ms Nori, Mr Orkopoulos, Mrs Paluzzano, Mrs Perry, Mr Price, Dr Refshauge, Ms Saliba, Mr Sartor, Mr Shearan, Mr Stewart, Mr Tripodi, Mr West, Mr Whan and Mr Yeadon.
Tellers: Mr Ashton and Mr Martin.
Pair: Mr Pringle—Ms Gadiel.
Question negatived.


  1. SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE

The order of the day was read for the resumption of the interrupted debate, on the motion of Mr Souris, That, in view of the success of the Soil Conservation Service over past years, this House calls upon the Government to re-establish the Soil Conservation Service.


Question again proposed and debate resumed.
Mr R.W. Turner moved, That this debate be now adjourned.
Question put and passed.
Ordered, That the resumption of the debate stand an order of the day for tomorrow.


  1. MINISTERIAL STATEMENT—ANZAC DAY DAWN SERVICE

Mr Carr made a statement in relation to the provision of large screen coverage of the ANZAC Day Dawn Service.


Mr Brogden also addressed the House.


  1. MINISTERIAL STATEMENT—RETIREMENT OF MR JOHN RIXON

Mr Carr made a statement in recognition of the retirement of Mr John Rixon, Director of Transport Services, Premier’s Department.


Mr Brogden also addressed the House.


  1. MINISTERIAL STATEMENT—AVIAN INFLUENZA

Mr Iemma made a statement in relation to reported instances of avian influenza in Vietnam.




  1. NOTICES OF MOTIONS




  1. PETITIONS

The Clerk announced that the following members had each lodged petitions for presentation:


Mr Page—from certain citizens requesting that the construction of the Alstonville Bypass be completed by the end of 2006.
Mrs Hancock, Mrs Hopwood, Mr Kerr, Mr Pringle and Mr Tink—from certain citizens opposing the increase to poker machine tax.
Mr Collier—from certain citizens opposing sand mining on the Kurnell Peninsula.
Mrs Hancock—from certain citizens opposing any restriction on the recreational use of Lake Woollumboola.
Mrs Hancock—from certain citizens requesting a review of the sentence imposed in the case involving the death of a Nowra taxi driver.
Mrs Hancock—from certain citizens requesting the prohibition of fishing competitions in the Jervis Bay Marine Park.
Mrs Hopwood—from certain citizens requesting the continued funding of BreastScreen NSW.
Mr Scully—from certain citizens requesting the establishment of a Mens Health Unit at Fairfield Hospital.
Mr Scully—from certain citizens requesting a “live code” instead of a “red code” in all public hospitals.
Mrs Skinner—from certain citizens opposing the proposed relocation of services from the Cremorne Community Mental Health Centre.
Mrs Hancock—from certain citizens requesting the fast tracking of an appropriate Princes Highway by-pass around Nowra.
Ms Moore—from certain citizens requesting the removal of the clearway on Oxford Street and the imposition of a 40kph speed limit in Oxford Street.
Mr J.H. Turner—from certain citizens requesting the building of cycle ways in the Forster Tuncurry Area.
Mr Gaudry, Mr Hunter, Mr Mills, Mr Orkopoulos and Mr Price—from certain citizens opposing the closure of the Broadmeadow to Newcastle rail line.
Mrs Hancock—from certain citizens opposing any reduction in rail services on the South Coast line.
Ms Hodgkinson—from certain citizens opposing any reduction in CityRail services on the Southern Tablelands Line.
Ms Moore—from certain citizens requesting that companion animals be allowed to travel on all public transport.
Mr Newell and Mr Page—from certain citizens requesting the retention of the CountryLink rail service from Murwillumbah to Casino.
Mr Stoner—from certain citizens opposing the abolition of CountryLink rail services and their replacement with buses in rural and regional New South Wales.
Mr Stoner—from certain citizens requesting that the air conditioned buses already assigned to the Mid-North Coast not be removed.
Mrs Hancock—from certain citizens requesting community consultation on suitable public school infrastructure in the Milton-Ulladulla districts.
Mrs Hopwood—from certain citizens opposing reforms to the Adult Training Learning and Support (ATLAS) Program.
Ms Moore—from certain citizens requesting that the Skilled Migrant Placement Program be restored.
Ms Moore—from certain citizens requesting the restoration of the Mature Workers’ Program.
Mrs Hancock—from certain citizens requesting to prohibit the extraction of water for the Shoalhaven River for the purpose of supporting the Sydney water supply.
Mr Stoner—from certain citizens objecting to the criteria for country cancer patients to qualify for the Isolated Patients’ Travel and Accommodation Assistance Scheme (IPTAAS).
Mr Fraser—from certain citizens requesting the cessation of the inquiry into the Tweed Shire Council.
Mrs Hopwood—from certain citizens requesting a review of the New South Wales Government’s policy on water access only properties.


  1. NOTICES OF MOTIONS FOR URGENT CONSIDERATION

Mr Whan—GST Revenue Expenditure.

Mr Fraser—Strathfield Council.


  1. QUESTIONS




  1. PERSONAL EXPLANATION

Ms Judge, by leave, made a personal explanation in relation to comments made in the House by the Member for Ku-ring-gai during today’s sitting.




  1. SPECIAL ADJOURNMENT

Mr Scully moved, That the House at its rising this day do adjourn until Tuesday 22 March 2005, at 2.15 pm.


Question put and passed.


  1. SUSPENSION OF STANDING AND SESSIONAL ORDERS—CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AMENDMENT (EVIDENCE) BILL

Mr Scully moved, That standing and sessional orders be suspended to allow the introduction forthwith of the Criminal Procedure Amendment (Evidence) Bill, up to and including the Minister's second reading speech.


Debate ensued.
Question put and passed.


  1. CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AMENDMENT (EVIDENCE) BILL

Mr Debus moved, pursuant to notice, That leave be given to bring in a bill for an Act to amend the Criminal Procedure Act 1986 with respect to evidence in criminal trials, including retrials of sexual assault proceedings; and for other purposes.


Question put and passed.
Bill presented and read a first time.
Mr Debus moved, That this bill be now read a second time.
Debate adjourned (Mr Fraser) and the resumption of the debate made an order of the day for a future day.


  1. MOTIONS FOR URGENT CONSIDERATION

Mr Whan made a statement in support of his notice for urgent consideration—


That this House:


  1. Rejects the Federal Treasurer’s plan to instruct States how to spend GST revenue; and




  1. Recognises that interference from the Federal Government would have a devastating effect on the delivery of essential services such as policing, nursing, and education.

Mr Fraser made a statement in support of his notice for urgent consideration—


That this House condemns the role of members of the Labor Party in the corruption at Strathfield Council.
Mr Fraser speaking—
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It being 4.15 pm debate interrupted for private members' statements.

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Notices lapsed.


  1. PRIVATE MEMBERS' STATEMENTS

Question proposed—That private members' statements be noted.


Debate ensued.
Mr Maguire, by leave, also addressed the House.
Question put and passed.


  1. ADJOURNMENT

The House adjourned, pursuant to sessional orders, at 5.55 pm, until Tuesday 22 March 2005, at 2.15 pm.

RUSSELL D. GROVE PSM JOHN AQUILINA

Clerk of the Legislative Assembly Speaker



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Authorised by the Parliament of New South Wales



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