No. 24

 

                    VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

                           OF THE

 

                      HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

                                ____________

 

 

                            THURSDAY 5 MAY 1994

 

 

 1   Meeting of House

     The House met pursuant to adjournment.  The Speaker (Hon. G.M. Gunn) took the Chair and read prayers.

 

 2   Postponement of business

     Ordered - separately - That Notices of Motion: Private Members Bills/Committees/Regulations Nos 1 to 9 be Notices of Motion for Thursday next.

 

 3   Social Development Committee Interim Report on Rural Poverty - Motion to note

     Mr Leggett, pursuant to notice, moved - That the Fourth (Interim) Report of the Social Development Committee on Rural Poverty in South Australia, be noted.

     Debate ensued.

     Question put and passed.

 

 4   Postponement of business

     Ordered - That Notice of Motion: Private Members Bills/Committees/Regulations No. 11 be a Notice of Motion for Thursday next.

 

 5   Postponement of business

     Ordered - That Order of the Day: Other Business No. 1 be an Order of the Day for Thursday next.

 

 6   Light Motor Vehicles Compulsory Inspections - Motion re

     Order of the Day read for the adjourned debate on the motion of Mrs Kotz - That the Environment, Resources and Development Committee investigate and report on the merits of introducing compulsory inspections in South Australia for all light motor vehicles at change of ownership, to check basic road worthiness and/or to verify vehicle identity.

     Debate resumed.

     Question put.


     House divided (No. 1):

 

            Ayes, 29.

 

         Mr Andrew

         Hon. M.H. Armitage

         Mr Ashenden

         Hon. D.S. Baker

         Hon. S.J. Baker

         Mr Bass

         Mr Becker

         Mr Brindal

         Mr Brokenshire

         Mr Buckby

         Mr Caudell

         Mr Condous

         Mr Evans

         Ms Greig

         Hon. G.A. Ingerson

         Mr Kerin

         Mr Leggett

         Mr Lewis

         Hon. W.A. Matthew

         Mr Meier

         Hon. J.W. Olsen

         Hon. J.K.G. Oswald

         Ms Penfold

         Mr Rossi

         Mr Scalzi

         Mr Venning

         Mr Wade

         Hon. D.C. Wotton

         Mrs Kotz (Teller)

     Noes, 9.

 

Hon. L.M.F. Arnold

Mr Atkinson

Mr Clarke

Mr De Laine

Mr Foley

Mr Quirke

Hon. M.D. Rann

Ms Stevens

Hon. F.T. Blevins (Teller)

 

 

 

     So it was resolved in the affirmative.

 

 7   Conference - Passenger Transport Bill

     The Minister for Emergency Services (Hon. W.A. Matthew), without notice, moved - That the sitting of the House be continued during the Conference with the Legislative Council on the Passenger Transport Bill.

     Question put and passed.

 

 8   Postponement of business

     Ordered - That Order of the Day: Other Business No. 3 be an Order of the Day for Thursday next.

 

 9   The Standard Time (Eastern Standard Time) Amendment Bill

     Order of the Day read for the adjourned debate on the question - That this Bill be now read a second time.

     Debate resumed.

     Ordered, on motion of Mrs Greig, that the debate be further adjourned until Thursday next.

 

10   Courts Administration (Directions by the Governor) Amendment Bill

     Order of the Day read for the adjourned debate on the question - That this Bill be now read a second time.

     Debate resumed.

     Ordered, on motion of Mr Andrew, that the debate be further adjourned until Thursday next.

 


11   Statutes Amendment (Notice of Closure of Educational Institutions) Bill

     Order of the Day read for the second reading of this Bill

     Hon. M.D. Rann moved - That this Bill be now read a second time.

     Ordered, on motion of Mr Bass, that the debate be adjourned until Thursday next.

 

12   Unemployment Recipients - Motion re

     Mrs Rosenberg, pursuant to notice, moved - That this House urges the Federal Parliament to make such changes as necessary to existing Legislation and Administration procedures as will require recipients of unemployment payments for twelve months or more from Social Security to perform work for a proportion of each week (or each month) either for Local Government or in a community service program within the locality in which they live if not already involved in approved training courses.

     Ordered, on motion of Mr DeLaine, that the debate be adjourned until Thursday next.

 

13   Postponement of business

     Ordered - That Notice of Motion: Other Business No. 2 be a Notice of Motion for Thursday next.

 

14   Contax and Garville Netball Clubs - Motion re

     Mrs Greig, pursuant to notice, moved - That this House gives credit to Contax and Garville for reaching the Mobil Super League All Australian Netball Grand Final and congratulates them for achieving the status of the best two netball club teams in Australia and further, this House congratulates the All Australian Netball Association, the South Australian Netball Association their committees and staff for managing and organising the Australian finals in Adelaide.

     Debate ensued.

     Question put and passed.

 

15   South African Democracy - Motion re

     Hon. L.M.F. Arnold, pursuant to notice, proceeding to move - That this House notes the establishment of democracy in South Africa and congratulates all those people, organisations and parties both in South Africa and elsewhere that have worked for this to happen.

 

16   Postponement of business

     Ordered - That Order of the Day: Other Motions  be postponed and taken into consideration after Notices of Motion: Other Motions.

 

17   South African Democracy - Motion re

     Motion (interrupted by foregoing motion) resumed.

     Debate ensued.

     Ordered, on motion of Mr Meier, that the debate be adjourned until Thursday next.

 

18   Adelaide City Soccer Team - Motion re

     Mr Becker, pursuant to notice, moved - That this House congratulates and honours the Adelaide City Soccer Team following their magnificent 1 - nil victory over the Melbourne Knights in Melbourne on Sunday 1 May 1994.

     Ordered, on motion of Mrs Kotz, by leave, that the debate be adjourned until Thursday next.

 

19   Petition No. 52

     The Clerk announced that the following Member had lodged a Petition for presentation:

 

     52 Mr Lewis, from 63 residents of South Australia, requesting that the House urge the Government to ensure that water to consumers drawn from the River Murray is filtered.

 

20   Answer to a question

     An answer to a question without notice was tabled by the Speaker.

 


21   Questions

     Questions without notice were asked.

 

22   Grievance debate

     The Speaker proposed - That the House note grievances.

     Debate ensued.

     Question put and passed.

 

23   Messages from the Legislative Council

     The following Messages from the Legislative Council were received and read:

 

     Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare (Administration)

        Amendment Bill                                       Message No. 43

     MR SPEAKER - The Legislative Council has agreed to the Bill returned herewith, titled an Act to amend the Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act 1986, with the amendments indicated by the annexed Schedule, to which amendments the Legislative Council desires the concurrence of the House of Assembly.

     Legislative Council, 4 May 1994                   H.P.K. Dunn, PRESIDENT

 

Schedule of the amendments made by the Legislative Council

     No. 1 Page 1, lines 14 to 18 (clause 2) - Leave out the clause and insert new clause as follows:-

           2. ‘Commencement of this Act  (1)  This Act will come into operation on a day to be fixed by proclamation.

           (2)   However -

              (a)                                      the day fixed for the commencement of this Act must be the same as the day fixed for the commencement of the WorkCover Corporation Act 1994  and the Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Administration) Amendment Act 1994;  and

              (b)                                      all provisions of this Act (except section 24(d)) must be brought into operation simultaneously; and

              (c)                                      section 24(d) will come into operation independently of proclamation on 1 July 1994.’

     No. 2 Page 2, lines 6 and 7 (clause 4) - Leave out paragraph (c)  and insert new paragraph as follows:-

           ‘(c)  in any other case - a public service employee authorised by the Minister to exercise the powers of the designated person under this Act:;’

     No. 3 Page 2, line 8 (clause 4) - Leave out paragraph (e)  and insert new paragraph as follows:-

           ‘(e)  by striking out paragraph (b)  of the definition of “Director” in subsection (1) (and the word “or” immediately preceding that paragraph);’

     No. 4 Page 2, lines 11 and 12 (clause 4) - Leave out paragraph (d)  and insert new paragraph as follows:-

           ‘(d)  in any other case - a public service employee authorised by the Minister to exercise the powers of an inspector under this Act:;’

     No. 5 Page 2, lines 29 to 31 (clause 5) - Leave out subsection (2) and insert new subsection as follows:-

           ‘(2)  The Advisory Committee consists of ten members appointed by the Governor of whom -

              (a)                                      one (the presiding member) will be appointed on the Minister’s nomination after consultation with associations representing employers and the UTLC; and

              (b)                                      three (who must include at least one suitable representative of registered employers and at least one suitable representative of exempt employers under the Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1986) will be appointed on the Minister’s nomination after  consultation with associations representing employers; and


              (c)                                      three will be appointed on the Minister’s nomination after consultation with the UTLC; and

              (d)                                      one will be an expert in occupational health and safety appointed on the Minister’s nomination after consultation with associations representing employers and the UTLC; and

              (e)                                      one will be a representative of the Corporation and, if the Corporation is not responsible for the enforcement of this Act, one will be a representative of the authority responsible for the enforcement of this Act.’

     No. 6 Page 2, lines 32 and 33 (clause 5) - Leave out proposed subsection 7(3).

     No. 7 Page 3, lines 12 to 14 (clause 5) - Leave out paragraph (c)  and insert new paragraph as follows:-

           ‘(c)  to recommend to the Minister regulations and codes of practice relating to occupational health, safety or welfare, to keep the regulations and codes of practice under review and, where appropriate, make recommendations for their revision;’.

     No. 8 Page 3 (clause 5) - After line 18 insert new paragraphs as follow:-

           ‘(da) to keep the administration and enforcement of legislation relevant to occupational health, safety and welfare under review;

           (db)  to review the role of health and safety representatives;

           (dc)  to review the provision of services relevant to occupational health, safety and welfare;

           (dd)  to consult and co-operate with national authorities and the authorities of other States and Territories responsible for the administration of legislation relevant to occupational health, safety and welfare on matters of common interest or concern and promote uniform national standards;

           (de)  to approve appropriate courses of training in occupational health, safety and welfare;’

     No. 9 Page 3, lines 32 to 34 (clause 5) - Leave out “and” and paragraph (b).

     No. 10   Page 4, lines 1 to 3 (clause 5) - Leave out proposed section 8(5).

     No. 11   Page 4, lines 8 to 32 and page 5, lines 1 to 9 (clause 5) - Leave out proposed sections 9 to 11 and insert new proposed sections as follow:-

           9. ‘Terms and conditions of office  (1)  A member of the Advisory Committee will be appointed on conditions, and for a term (not exceeding 3 years), determined by the Governor and, on the expiration of a term of appointment, is eligible for re-appointment.

           (2)   The Governor may remove a member from office for -

              (a)                                      breach of, or non-compliance with, a condition of appointment; or

              (b)                                      mental or physical incapacity to carry out duties of office satisfactorily; or

              (c)                                      neglect of duty; or

              (d)                                      dishonourable conduct.

           (3)   The office of a member becomes vacant if the member -

              (a)                                      dies; or

              (b)                                      completes a term of office and is not re-appointed; or

              (c)                                      resigns by written notice addressed to the Minister; or

              (d)                                      is found guilty of an indictable offence; or

              (e)                                      is found guilty of an offence against subsection (5) (Disclosure of Interest); or

              (f)                                      is removed from office by the Governor under subsection (2).

           (4)   On the office of a member of the Advisory Committee becoming vacant, a person must be appointed, in accordance with this Act, to the vacant office.

           (5)   A Member who has a direct or indirect personal or pecuniary interest in a matter under consideration by the Advisory Committee -

              (a)                                      must, as soon as practicable after becoming aware of the interest, disclose the nature and extent of the interest to the Committee; and

              (b)                                      must not take part in a deliberation or decision of the Committee on the matter and must not be present at a meeting of the Committee when the matter is under consideration.

           Penalty:  Division 5 fine or imprisonment for two years.


           (6)   The court by which a person is convicted of an offence against subsection (5) may, on the application of an interested person, make an order avoiding a contract to which the non-disclosure relates and for restitution of property passing under the contract.

           10. Allowances and expenses  (1)  A member of the Advisory Committee is entitled to fees, allowances and expenses approved by the Governor.

           (2)   The fees, allowances and expenses are payable out of the Compensation Fund under the Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1986.

           11. Proceedings, etc., of the Advisory Committee (1)  Meetings of the Advisory Committee must be held at times and places appointed by the Committee, but there must be at least 11 meetings in every year.

           (2)  Six members of the Advisory Committee constitute a quorum of the Committee.

           (3)   The presiding member of the Advisory Committee will, if present at a meeting of the Committee, preside at the meeting and, in the absence of the presiding member, a member chosen by the members present will preside.

           (4)   A decision carried by a majority of the votes of the members present at a meeting of the Advisory Committee is a decision of the Committee.

           (5)   Each member present at a meeting of the Advisory Committee is entitled to one vote on a matter arising for decision by the Committee, and, if the votes are equal, the person presiding at the meeting has a second or casting vote.

           (6)   The Advisory Committee must ensure that accurate minutes are kept of its proceedings.

           (7)   The proceedings of the Advisory Committee must be open to the public unless the proceedings relate to commercially sensitive matters or to matters of a private confidential nature.

           (8)   Subject to this Act, the proceedings of the Advisory Committee will be conducted as the Committee determines.

           12. Confidentiality A member of the Advisory Committee who, as a member of the Committee, acquires information matter of a commercially sensitive nature, or of a private confidential nature, must not divulge the information without the approval of the Committee.

           Penalty:  Division 6 fine.

           13. Immunity of members of Advisory Committee  (1)  No personal liability attaches to a member of the Advisory Committee for an act or omission by the member or the Committee in good faith and in the exercise or purported exercise of powers or functions under this Act.

           (2)  A liability that would, but for subsection (2), lie against a member lies instead against the Crown.’

     No. 12   Page 5, lines 11 and 12 (clause 6) - Leave out all words after ‘amended’ and insert ‘by striking out subsection (1)(e)  and substituting the following paragraph:-

           (e)   comply with any policy that applies at the workplace published or approved by the Minister on the advice of the Advisory Committee;’.

     No. 13   Page 5, lines 14 and 15 (clause 7) - Leave out all words after ‘amended’ and insert ‘by striking out “Commission” and substituting “Corporation”’.

     No. 14   Page 5, lines 20 and 21 (clause 8) - Leave out paragraph (b)  and insert new paragraph as follows:-

           ‘(b)  by striking out from subsection (5) “Commission” and substituting “Advisory Committee”;’.

     No. 15   Page 5, line 32 (clause 10) - Leave out subparagraph (i)  and insert new subparagraph as follows:-

           ‘(i)  the Minister acting on the advice of the Advisory Committee;’.

     No. 16   Page 6, line 4 (clause 11) - Leave out ‘Corporation’ and insert ‘Advisory Committee’.

     No. 17   Page 6, lines 5 and 6 (clause 11) - Leave out paragraph (b)  and insert new paragraph as follows:-

           ‘(b)  by striking out from subsection (5) “The Commission may” and substituting “The Corporation may, acting on the advice of the Advisory Committee,”’.

     No. 18   Page 6 (clause 11) - After line 6 insert new paragraph as follows:-

           ‘(c)  by inserting after subsection (7) the following subsection:

              (8)                                      A health and safety representative who is entitled to take time off work to take part in an approved course of training under subsection (3) and whose workplace is more than 75 kilometres by road (taking the most direct route) from the place where the course is held is entitled to claim from the employer an allowance for travel, accommodation and living away from home expenses in accordance with, and at the rates prescribed by, the Conditions of Employment Manual for Weekly Paid Employees (Volume 5)  published by the Department for Industrial Affairs (or if that document is replaced by another, that document).’

     No. 19   Page 6, line 11 (clause 12) - Leave out ‘Minister’ and insert ‘Director or the Advisory Committee’.

     No. 20   Page 6, line 13 (clause 12) - Leave out ‘Minister’ and insert ‘Director or the Advisory Committee’.

     No. 21   Page 6, lines 17 and 18 (clause 12) - Leave out paragraph (d).

     No. 22   Page 6, lines 29 to 31 (clause 15) - Leave out the clause.

     No. 23   Page 7, lines 1 to 4 (clause 16) - Leave out subsection (1) and insert new subsection as follows:-

           ‘(1)  The Minister or the Advisory Committee or a person authorised by the Minister or the Advisory Committee may, by notice in writing, require a person to furnish information relating to occupational health, safety or welfare that is reasonably required for the administration, operation or enforcement of this Act;’.

     No. 24   Page 8, line 13 (clause 18) - Leave out paragraph (a).

     No. 25   Page 8, lines 26 and 27 (clause 21) - Leave out the  clause and insert new clause as follows:-

           21. ‘Amendment of s.65 - Annual report  Section 65 of the principal Act is amended by striking out “Commission” wherever it occurs and substituting, in each case, “Advisory Committee”.’

     No. 26   Page 8, line 30 (clause 22) - Leave out ‘Minister’ and substitute ‘Advisory Committee”.

     No. 27   Page 9, lines 1 to 19 (clause 23) - Leave out paragraphs (a)  to (f)  and insert ‘by striking out “Commission” wherever it occurs and substituting, in each case, “Advisory Committee”’.

     No. 28   Page 10, lines 19 and 20 (clause 25) - Leave out paragraph (a).

     No. 29   Page 10, lines 24 to 27 (clause 26) - Leave out paragraphs (a)  and (b).

     No. 30   Page 11, lines 3 and 4 (clause 26) - Leave out paragraph (f).

     No. 31   Page 11, lines 5 to 7 (clause 27) - Leave out the clause.

                        J.M. Davis, CLERK OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

 

     Ordered - That consideration of the Message be an Order of the Day for Tuesday next.

 

     Acts Interpretation (Monetary Amounts) Amendment Bill         Message No. 44

     MR SPEAKER - The Legislative Council has agreed to the Bill returned herewith, titled an Act to amend the Acts Interpretation Act 1915, without any amendment.

     Legislative Council, 5 May 1994                   H.P.K. Dunn, PRESIDENT

 

     Debits Tax Bill                                               Message No. 45

     MR SPEAKER - The Legislative Council has agreed to the Bill returned herewith, titled an Act to provide for the imposition and collection of a tax in respect of certain debits made to accounts kept with financial institutions; to repeal the Debits Tax Act 1990; and to make a related amendment to the Taxation (Reciprocal Powers) Act 1989, without any amendment.

     Legislative Council, 5 May 1994                   H.P.K. Dunn, PRESIDENT

 


     Stamp Duties (Securities Clearing House) Amendment Bill       Message No. 46

     MR SPEAKER - The Legislative Council has agreed to the Bill returned herewith, titled an Act to amend the Stamp Duties Act 1923, without any amendment.

     Legislative Council, 5 May 1994                   H.P.K. Dunn, PRESIDENT

 

     Statutes Amendment (Attorney-General's) Portfolio Bill        Message No. 47

     MR SPEAKER - The Legislative Council has passed the Bill transmitted herewith, titled an Act to amend the Criminal Law (Sentencing) Act 1988, the Director of Public Prosecutions Act 1991, the Jurisdiction of Courts (Cross-vesting) Act 1987, the National Crime Authority (State Provisions) Act 1984, the Subordinate Legislation Act 1978, the Supreme Court Act 1935 and the Wrongs Act 1936, to which it desires the concurrence of the House of Assembly.

     Legislative Council, 5 May 1994                   H.P.K. Dunn, PRESIDENT

 

     Bill read a first time.

     The Deputy Premier moved - That this Bill be now read a second time.

     Ordered, on motion of Mr Atkinson, that the debate be further adjourned until Tuesday next.

 

24   Postponement of business

     Ordered - That Orders of the Day: Government Business Nos 1 and 2 be postponed and taken into consideration after Order of the Day: Government Business No. 3.

 

25   Statutes Amendment (Constitution and Members Register of Interests) Bill

     Order of the Day read for the adjourned debate on the question - That this Bill be now read a second time.

     Debate resumed.

     Question put and passed.

 

     Bill read a second time.

 

                                In Committee

                        Clause No. 1 amended and agreed to.

                        Clauses Nos 2 to 6 agreed to.

                        Clause No. 7 negatived.

                        Title amended and agreed to.

                                ____________

 

     The House having resumed:

     Mr Brindal reported that the Committee had considered the Bill referred to it and had agreed to the same with amendments.

 

     Bill read a third time and passed.

 

26   WorkCover Corporation Bill

     Order of the Day read for the consideration of the amendments of the Legislative Council in this Bill.

 

                                In Committee

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 1 be agreed to.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 2 be disagreed to and an alternative amendment be made in lieu thereof.

     Resolved - That Amendments Nos 3 to 8 be agreed to.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 9 be agreed with an amendment.

     Resolved - That Amendments Nos 10 to 14 be agreed to.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 15 be disagreed to and an alternative amendment be made in lieu thereof.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 16 be agreed to.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 17 be agreed to with an amendment.

     Resolved - That Amendments Nos 18 to 22 be agreed to.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 23 be agreed to with an amendment.

 

     The House having resumed:

     Hon. H. Allison reported that the Committee had considered the amendments referred to it and had agreed to Amendments Nos 1, 3 to 8, 10 to 14, 16 and 18 to 22 without amendment, had agreed to Amendments Nos 9, 17 and 23 with amendments and had disagreed to Amendments Nos 2 and 15 and had made alternative amendments in lieu thereof.

 

27   Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Administration) Amendment Bill

     Order of the Day read for the consideration of the amendments of the Legislative Council in this Bill.

 

                                In Committee

     Resolved - That Amendments Nos 1 to 3 agreed to.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 4 be disagreed to and an alternative amendment be made in lieu thereof.

     Resolved - That Amendments Nos 5 and 6 be agreed to.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 7 be agreed to with an amendment.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 8 be agreed to and that a consequential amendment be made.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 9 be disagreed to and an alternative amendment be made in lieu thereof.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 10 be disagreed to and an alternative amendment be made in lieu thereof.

 

     To report progress and ask leave to sit again.

                                ____________

 

     The House having resumed:

     Hon. H. Allison reported that the Committee had considered the amendments referred to it, had made progress therein and asked leave to sit again.

     Ordered - That the Committee have leave to sit again on motion.

 

28   Extension of sitting

     The Deputy Premier (Hon. S.J. Baker) moved - That the sitting of the House be extended beyond 6.00 p.m.

     Question put and passed.

 

29   Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Administration) Amendment Bill

     Ordered - That the further consideration in Committee of the amendments of the Legislative Council in this Bill be now resumed.

 

                                In Committee

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 11 be disagreed to and that an alternative amendment be made in lieu thereof.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 12 be disagreed to and that an alternative amendment be made in lieu thereof.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 13 be disagreed to and that an alternative amendment be made in lieu thereof.

     Resolved - That Amendments Nos 14 to 16 be disagreed to.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 17 be disagreed to and that an alternative amendment be made in lieu thereof.

     Resolved - That Amendment No. 18 be disagreed to and that an alternative amendment be made in lieu thereof.

     Resolved - That Amendments Nos 19 to 21 be disagreed to.

     The House having resumed:

     Hon. H. Allison reported that the Committee had considered the amendments referred to it and had agreed to Amendments Nos 1 to 3, 5 and 6 without amendment, and had made a consequential amendment to No. 8, had disagreed to Amendments Nos 4, 9 to 13, 17 and 18  and made alternative amendments in lieu thereof and had disagreed to Amendments Nos 14 to 16 and 19 to 21.

 

30   Adjournment

     House adjourned at 6.25 p.m. until Tuesday next at 2.00 p.m.

                                ____________

 

 

                       MOTIONS WHICH NOTICE WAS GIVEN

 

     For Thursday 12 May 1994 

        Notice of Motion: Other Motions-

 

     Mr Quirke to move - That this House rejects any move to increase South Australian Housing Trust rentals to market levels and in particular opposes any increase in rentals for pensioners and welfare recipients beyond CPI.

 

CONTINGENT NOTICE OF MOTION

 

     Contingently on the Order of the Day for the Courts Administration (Directions by the Governor) Amendment Bill being read, Mr Andrew to move - That all words after "be" be left out and the words "withdrawn and referred to the Legislative Review Committee for its report and recommendation" be inserted in lieu thereof.

 

                                ____________

 

 

     Present during the day - All Members except Mrs Hall and Ms Hurley.

 

     The following Pairs were handed in at the Table during the days proceedings:

 

     Division No. 1

        Ayes - Mrs Hall.

        Noes - Ms Hurley.

 

 

 

 

                                                            G.M. Gunn

                                                            SPEAKER

 

G.D. Mitchell

CLERK