No 77

 

VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

OF THE

 

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

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TUESDAY 18 OCTOBER 2005

 

 

1       Meeting of House

         The House met pursuant to adjournment. The Speaker (Hon R B Such) took the Chair and read prayers.

 

2       Conference – Statutes Amendment and Repeal (Aggravated Offences) Bill

The Attorney-General (Hon M J Atkinson), moved - That the sitting of the House be continued during the Conference with the Legislative Council on the Statutes Amendment and Repeal (Aggravated Offences) Bill.

Question put and passed.

 

3        Message from the Governor

         The following Message from the Governor was received and read:

 

         Assent to Bills                                                                                         Message No 28

The Governor informs the House of Assembly that, in the name and on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen, the following Acts were assented to during the fourth Session of the 50th Parliament, viz.-

No. 44 of 2005         An Act to amend the Superannuation Funds Management Corporation of South Australia Act 1995.

No. 45 of 2005         An Act to amend the Dog Fence Act 1946.

No. 46 of 2005         An Act to amend the Correctional Services Act 1982.

Government House, 18 October 2005                                 M Jackson-Nelson, GOVERNOR

 

4       Petitions Nos 108 to 111

         The Clerk announced that the following Members had lodged Petitions for presentation:

 

108 The Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries (Hon R J McEwen), from 1824 residents of South Australia, Victoria and visitors to the area, requesting the House to urge the Minister for Environment and Conservation to allow long term tenure and transfer rights of Glenelg River Shacks at Donovan’s, Dry Creek and Reed Bed; providing owners can meet State Government environmental, building and other requirements.

 

109 Mr Scalzi, from 680 residents of South Australia, requesting the House to urge the Government to broaden the current definition of charities with regard to payroll tax to provide tax relief to charitable non-profit organisations providing services to the community in the area of conservation and animal protection.

 

110 and 111      Mrs Hall and Mr Scalzi, from 455 residents of South Australia, requesting the House to urge the Government to increase funding for local crime prevention initiatives and ensure that these programs be financially and administratively accountable and that their aims and objectives are determined through community consultation.

 

 

 

5       Answers to questions

Answers to questions on the Notice Paper Nos 571 and 574 were tabled by the Speaker.

 

6       Papers

         The following Papers were tabled:

 

By the Premier (Hon M D Rann) –

Public Employment, Commissioner for – Report 2004-2005

Remuneration Tribunal, Report and Determination of the – Members of the Judiciary, Members of the Industrial Relations Commission, Commissioners of the Environment Resources and Development Court (No 3 of 2005)

State Emergency Management Committee – Report 2004-2005

 

By the Treasurer (Hon K O Foley) –

      Asset Management Corporation, South Australian – Report 2004-2005

      Distributor Lessor Corporation – Report 2004-2005

      Essential Services Commission of South Australia – Report 2004-05

      Funds SA – Report 2004-2005

      Generation Lessor Corporation - Report 2004-2005

      Government Financing Authority, South Australian – Report 2004-2005

      Lotteries Commission of South Australia – Report 2004-2005

      Motor Accident Commission – Report 2004-05

      Motor Accident Commission Charter

      Motor Sport Board, South Australian – Report 2004-2005

      Parliamentary Superannuation Scheme, South Australian - Report 2004-2005

      RESI Corporation – Report 2004-2005

      SAICORP - South Australian Government Captive Insurance Corporation – Report 2004-2005

      Superannuation Board, South Australian – Report 2004-2005

      Transmission Lessor Corporation – Report 2004-2005

      Treasury and Finance, Department of – Report 2004-05

      Venture Capital Board – Report 2004-2005

 

      Regulations under the following Acts –

                         Southern State Superannuation – Death Insurance Benefits

 

By the Minister for Police (Hon K O Foley) –

      Police Superannuation Board – Report 2004-2005

      South Australia Police – Report 2004-2005

 

By the Minister for Transport (Hon P F Conlon) –

      Regulations under the following Acts –

                      Motor Vehicles – Prescribed Licences

Passenger Transport – Airport Service Fee

 

By the Minister for Energy (Hon P F Conlon) –

      Code Registrar for the National Third Party Access Code for Natural Gas Pipeline Systems – Report 2004-2005

      Electricity Supply Industry Planning Council – Report 2004-2005

      Technical Regulator – Electricity – Report 2004-05

      Technical Regulator – Gas – Report 2004-05

 

By the Attorney-General (Hon M J Atkinson) –

      South Australian Classification Council – Report 2004-2005

      Statutes Amendment (Relationships) Bill 2004 – Government’s Response to the Recommendations of the Twenty-First Report of the Social Development Committee

 

      Summary Offences Act 1953 –

                  Dangerous Area Declarations (Section 83B) – 1 April 2005 to 30 June 2005

                  Road Block Establishment Authorisations (Section 74B) – 1 April 2005 to 30 June 2005

 

      Rules under the following Acts –

                         Coroners – Practice and Procedure

                         Legal Practitioners – Renewal of Practising Certificate

 

By the Minister for Health (Hon L Stevens) –

      Mallee Health Service – Report 2004-2005

      Mount Barker & District Health Services Inc. – Incorporating Mt. Barker District Soldiers Memorial Hospital & Adelaide Hills Community Health Services – Report 2004-2005

      Naracoorte Health Service Inc – Report 2004-05

      Podiatry (Chiropody) Board of South Australia – Report 2004-2005

 

      Regulations under the following Acts –

                         Fire and Emergency Services – General

                         Health and Community Services Complaints – Definition of Community Service

 

      By-Laws under the following Act –

                     South Australian Health Commission –

                               Board, Central Northern Adelaide Health Service for the Modbury Hospital

                               Board, Southern Adelaide Health Service for the Flinders Medical Centre

 

By the Minister Assisting the Premier in the Arts (Hon J D Hill) –

      Carrick Hill Trust – Report 2004-2005

      History Trust of South Australia – Report 2004-2005

      Libraries Board of South Australia – Report 2004-2005

      State Theatre Company of South Australia – Report 2004-2005

      The State Opera of South Australia – Report 2004-2005

      Windmill Performing Arts Company – Report 2004-2005

 

By the Minister for Administrative Services (Hon M J Wright) –

      Regulations under the following Acts –

                         Freedom of Information – Exempt Agencies

 

By the Minister for Education and Children’s Services (Hon J D Lomax-Smith) –

      Development Act 1993 – Removal of a Significant Tree at the Norwood Morialta High School - Section 49(15)(a) – Report

 

By the Minister for Families and Communities (Hon J W Weatherill) –

      Families and Communities, Department of – Report 2004-05

      Supported Residential Facilities Advisory Committee – Report 2004-05

 

By the Minister for Housing (Hon J W Weatherill) –

      HomeStart Finance – Report 2004-2005

 

By the Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries (Hon R J McEwen) –

      Primary Industry Funding Schemes Act 1998 – Marine Scalefish Industry Fund – Report 2003-2004

 

      Regulations under the following Acts –

                         Aquaculture – General

                         Fisheries –

                               Prescribed Fishing Activites

                               Pilchard Fishery Transit Form

                               Pilchards

                               Vessel Monitoring Scheme

 

By the Minister for State/Local Government Relations (Hon R J McEwen) –

      Boundary Adjustment Facilitation Panel – Report 2004-2005

      Local Government Finance Authority of South Australia – Report 2004-2005

 

      Regulations under the following Acts –

                  Local Government –

                        Cemetery

                        Exhumation of Human Remains

 

      Rules under the following Acts –

                         Local Government –  

                               Superannuation –

                                  Conversion to Cash Option

                                  Employer Contributions

 

      Local Council By-Laws –

District Council of Le Hunte –

                               No. 3 – Local Government Land

                               No. 4 – Permits & Penalties

 

By the Minister for Forests (Hon R J McEwen) –

      Forestry SA – Report 2004-2005

 

By the Minister for Consumer Affairs (Hon K A Maywald) –

      Regulations under the following Act –

                         Liquor Licensing –

                               Golden Grove

                          Renmark

 

By the Minister for Science and Information Economy (Hon K A Maywald) –

      Playford Centre – Report 2004-2005.

 

7       Occupational Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Committee - Report – Annual Report 2004 – 2005

Mr Caica brought up the Ninth Report of the Occupational Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Committee being the Annual Report 2004 - 2005.

Ordered to be published (Paper No 227).

 

8       Natural Resources Committee - Report – Annual Report 2004 - 2005

Mr Rau brought up the Fourth Report of the Natural Resources Committee being the Annual Report 2004 – 20005.

Ordered to be published (Paper No 226).

 

9       Questions

Questions without notice were asked.

 

10      Grievance debate

On motion of the Speaker, the House noted grievances.

 

11      Environment, Resources and Development Court (Jurisdiction) Amendment Bill

The Attorney-General, pursuant to notice, moved - That he have leave to introduce a Bill for an Act to amend the Environment, Resources and Development Court Act 1993.

Question put and passed.

         Bill presented and read a first time.

 

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

         Ordered, on motion of Mrs Hall, that the debate be adjourned until tomorrow.

 

12      Postponement of business

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

 

 

 

 

13      Local Government (Lochiel Park Lands) Amendment Bill

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

 

Speaker’s Ruling – Hybrid Bill

The Speaker ruled pursuant to Joint Standing Order No 2, that the Bill was a hybrid Bill.

 

Suspension of Joint Standing Orders - Hybrid Bill

The Minister for Infrastructure (Hon P F Conlon), without notice move - That Joint Standing Orders (Private Bills) be so far suspended as to enable the Bill to pass through its remaining stages without reference to a Select Committee.

Question put and passed, without a negative voice, there being present an absolute majority of the whole number of Members of the House.

 

Debate resumed.

         Question put and passed.

 

         Bill read a second time.

 

In Committee

Clauses Nos 1 to 4 agreed to.

Schedule agreed to.

Title amended and agreed to.

 

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         The House having resumed:

Mr Snelling reported that the Committee had considered the Bill referred to it and had agreed to the same with an amendment and had amended the title.

 

Bill read a third time and passed.

 

14      Victoria Square 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 read.

 

Mr Hanna moved on page 2, line 2, to delete "Victoria Square" and substitute:

Tarndanyangga

Question – That the amendment be agreed to – put and negatived.

 

Clause No 1 agreed to.

Clauses Nos 2 to 9 agreed to.

Schedules Nos 1 to 3 agreed to.

Title agreed to.

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         The House having resumed:

Mr Koutsantonis reported that the Committee had considered the Bill referred to it and had agreed to the same without amendment.

 

The Minister for Infrastructure moved - That this Bill be now read a third time.

Question put.

House divided (No. 1)

 

 

           Ayes, 20

           Noes, 16

 

Hon M J Atkinson

Mr Brindal

Ms Bedford

Hon D C Brown

Mr Caica

Hon M R Buckby

Ms Ciccarello

Ms Chapman

Hon K O Foley

Mr Goldsworthy

Mrs Geraghty

Hon G M Gunn

Mr Hanna

Mrs Hall

Mr Koutsantonis

Hon D C Kotz

Hon J D Lomax-Smith

Hon I P Lewis

Hon K A Maywald

Hon W A Matthew

Hon R J McEwen

Mr Meier

Mr O'Brien

Mrs Penfold

Ms Rankine

Mr Scalzi

Hon M D Rann

Mr Venning

Mr Rau

Mr Williams

Mr Snelling

Mr Brokenshire (Teller)

Ms Thompson

 

Hon J W Weatherill

 

Hon M J Wright

 

Hon P F Conlon (Teller)

 

 

         So it was resolved in the affirmative.

 

         Bill read a third time and passed.

 

15      Road Traffic (Drug Driving) 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.

 

16      Extension of time for adjournment

Ordered, on motion of the Minister for Infrastructure, that the time for moving the adjournment of the House be extended beyond 10.00 pm.

 

17      Road Traffic (Drug Driving) Amendment Bill

Debate (interrupted by the foregoing) resumed.

         Question put and passed.

 

         Bill read a second time.

 

In Committee

Clauses Nos 1 to 3 agreed to.

 

Mr Brokenshire moved on page 3, after line 9, to insert a new clause as follows —

3A—Insertion of section 42A

After section 42 insert:

42A—Direction to leave vehicle etc

(1)         This section applies if a police officer believes on reasonable grounds that the driver of a vehicle is not fit to drive the vehicle.

(2)         The officer may do one or more of the following:

(a)  direct the driver to vacate the driver’s seat;

(b)  direct the driver to leave the vehicle;

(c)  direct the driver not to occupy the driver’s seat until permitted to do so by a police officer;

(d)  direct the driver not to enter the vehicle until permitted to do so by a police officer;

(e)  direct the driver to secure the vehicle and surrender to the officer all keys to the vehicle that are in the person's immediate possession or in the vehicle;

(f)   immobilise the vehicle;

(g)  direct the driver not to drive any other vehicle until permitted to do so by a police officer.

(3)         The officer may direct any other person to do either or both of the following:

(a)  to leave the vehicle;

(b)  not to enter the vehicle until permitted to do so by a police officer.

(4)         A person commits an offence if—

(a)  the person is subject to a direction under this section; and

(b)  the person engages in conduct that results in a contravention of the direction.

Penalty: $5 000.

(5)         If a police officer takes possession of keys or (in order to immobilise the vehicle) components of a vehicle, the officer must—

(a)  advise the driver that the keys or components may be recovered from a specified police station; and

(b)  cause the keys or components to be taken to the police station.

(6)         A police officer on duty at the police station to which the keys or components are taken under this section must deliver possession of the keys or components to any person who the officer is satisfied is lawfully entitled to them and who makes a request for them at the police station, provided that the officer has no reason to believe that the person will drive the vehicle but not be fit to do so.

(7)         In this section—

keys means keys or electronic or other devices for starting or securing a vehicle.

(8)       For the purposes of this section, a person is fit to drive a vehicle (or to run its engine) if—

(a)  the person is apparently physically and mentally fit to drive the vehicle; and

(b)  (without limiting the above) the person is not apparently affected by—

(i)  alcohol; or

(ii)  any drug that affects the person’s fitness to drive,

or both; and

(c)  the person has not at the time been found to have, and there are not any reasonable grounds to suspect that the person has, a concentration of alcohol in the person’s blood that exceeds the amount permitted by this Act or the Motor Vehicles Act 1959; and

(d)  the person has not at the time been found to have, and there are not any reasonable grounds to suspect that the person has, a prescribed drug in his or her oral fluid or blood.

Question – That new clause No 3A be inserted – put.

 

         Committee divided (No 2):

 

           Ayes, 15

 

           Noes, 19

Mr Brindal

Hon M J Atkinson

Hon D C Brown

Ms Bedford

Hon M R Buckby

Mr Caica

Ms Chapman

Ms Ciccarello

Mr Goldsworthy

Hon K O Foley

Mrs Hall

Mrs Geraghty

Hon D C Kotz

Mr Hanna

Hon I P Lewis

Hon S W Key

Dr McFetridge

Mr Koutsantonis

Mr Meier

Hon J D Lomax-Smith

Mrs Penfold

Hon K A Maywald

Mr Scalzi

Hon R J McEwen

Mr Venning

Mr O'Brien

Mr Williams

Ms Rankine

Mr Brokenshire (Teller)

Mr Rau

 

Hon R B Such

 

Ms Thompson

 

Hon J W Weatherill

 

Hon P F Conlon (Teller)

 

         So it passed in the negative.

 

Clause No 4 agreed to.

 

Mr Venning moved on page 3, after line 12, to insert a new clause as follows—

4A—Amendment of section 47—Driving under influence

Section 47(4)—delete "47E(3)" and substitute:

47BA(1), 47E(3), 47EAA(9)

Question – That new clause No 4A be inserted – put and negatived.

 

Clause No 5 read.

 

Hon I P Lewis moved on page 4, lines 9 and 10, to delete “a substance declared by the regulations to be a prescribed drug” and substitute:

                        1 or more of the following substances:

                                    (a) tetrahydrocannabinol–9;

                                    (b) methamphetamine,

                        and includes a metabolite of such a substance;

Question – That the amendment be agreed to – put.

 

         Division, only one Aye

The House proceeded to a division, but only one Member appearing on the side of the Ayes, the Speaker declared the Noes had it.

So it passed in the negative.

 

Clause No 5 agreed to.

Clause No 6 read.

 

Mr Brokenshire moved on page 4, line 26, to delete the penalty provision and substitute:

Maximum penalty:

(a)    for a first offence—a fine of not less than $500 and not more than $900;

(b)    for a second offence—a fine of not less than $700 and not more than $1 200;

(c)    for a third or subsequent offence—a fine of not less than $1 100 and not more than $1 800.

Question – That the amendment be agreed to – put.

 

         Committee divided (No 3):

 

           Ayes, 15

 

           Noes, 19

Mr Brindal

Hon M J Atkinson

Hon D C Brown

Ms Bedford

Hon M R Buckby

Mr Caica

Ms Chapman

Ms Ciccarello

Mr Goldsworthy

Hon K O Foley

Mrs Hall

Mrs Geraghty

Hon D C Kotz

Mr Hanna

Hon I P Lewis

Hon S W Key

Dr McFetridge

Mr Koutsantonis

Mr Meier

Hon J D Lomax-Smith

Mrs Penfold

Hon K A Maywald

Mr Scalzi

Hon R J McEwen

Mr Venning

Mr O'Brien

Mr Williams

Ms Rankine

Mr Brokenshire (Teller)

Mr Rau

 

Hon R B Such

 

Ms Thompson

 

Hon J W Weatherill

 

Hon P F Conlon (Teller)

 

         So it passed in the negative.

 

Mr Brokenshire moved on page 5, line 2, to delete "3 months" and substitute:

6 months

Question – That the amendment be agreed to – put.

 

 

         Committee divided (No 4):

 

           Ayes, 15

 

           Noes, 19

Mr Brindal

Hon M J Atkinson

Hon D C Brown

Ms Bedford

Hon M R Buckby

Mr Caica

Ms Chapman

Ms Ciccarello

Mr Goldsworthy

Hon K O Foley

Mrs Hall

Mrs Geraghty

Hon D C Kotz

Mr Hanna

Hon I P Lewis

Hon S W Key

Dr McFetridge

Mr Koutsantonis

Mr Meier

Hon J D Lomax-Smith

Mrs Penfold

Hon K A Maywald

Mr Scalzi

Hon R J McEwen

Mr Venning

Mr O'Brien

Mr Williams

Ms Rankine

Mr Brokenshire (Teller)

Mr Rau

 

Hon R B Such

 

Ms Thompson

 

Hon J W Weatherill

 

Hon P F Conlon (Teller)

 

         So it passed in the negative.

 

Clause No 6 agreed to.

Clauses Nos 7 to 17 agreed to.

 

Mr Hanna moved on page 16, after line 3, to insert a new clause as follows —

17A—Insertion of section 47IB

After section 47IA insert:

47IB—Certain offenders to attend drug education program

(1)  If the court before which a person is charged with an offence that is a first or second offence against section 47BA(1) (within the meaning of that section) convicts the person of the offence, or finds that the charge is proved but does not proceed to conviction, the court must, unless proper cause for not doing so is shown, order the person to attend, within a period fixed by the court being not more than 6 months from the making of the order, a drug education program conducted pursuant to the regulations.

(2)  A person must not fail, without reasonable excuse, to comply with an order under subsection (1).

Penalty: $100.

(3)  A certificate purporting to be signed by the Commissioner of Police and to certify that a person named in the certificate failed to comply with an order under subsection (1) is, in the absence of proof to the contrary, proof of the matter so certified.

Question – That new clause No 17A be inserted – put.

        

Committee divided (No 5):

 

           Ayes, 14

 

           Noes, 18

Mr Brindal

Hon M J Atkinson

Mr Brokenshire

Ms Bedford

Hon D C Brown

Mr Caica

Hon M R Buckby

Ms Ciccarello

Ms Chapman

Hon K O Foley

Mr Goldsworthy

Mrs Geraghty

Hon I P Lewis

Hon S W Key

Dr McFetridge

Mr Koutsantonis

Mr Meier

Hon J D Lomax-Smith

Mrs Penfold

Hon K A Maywald

Mr Scalzi

Hon R J McEwen

Mr Venning

Mr O'Brien

Mr Williams

Ms Rankine

Mr Hanna (Teller)

Mr Rau

 

Hon R B Such

 

Ms Thompson

 

Hon J W Weatherill

 

Hon P F Conlon (Teller)

 

         So it passed in the negative.

 

Mr Venning moved on page 16, after line 3, to insert a new clause as follows -

17A—Amendment of section 47J—Recurrent offenders

Section 47J(12), definition of prescribed offence—delete "47E(3)" and substitute:

47BA(1), 47E(3), 47EAA(9)

Question – That new clause No 17A be inserted – put and negatived.

 

Clause No 18 read.

 

Mr Brokenshire moved on page 22, lines 15 to 36, to delete sub clause 8

Question – That the amendment be agreed to – put and negatived.

 

Clause No 18 agreed to.

Clause No 19 agreed to.

Schedule agreed to.

Title agreed to.

 

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         The House having resumed:

Mr Snelling reported that the Committee had considered the Bill referred to it and had agreed to the same without amendment.

 

Bill read a third time and passed.

 

18      Messages from the Legislative Council

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

 

         Maritime Services (Access) (Functions of Commission) Amendment Bill                                                                           Message No 95

MR SPEAKER - The Legislative Council has agreed to the Bill returned herewith, titled and Act to amend the Maritime Services (Access) Act 2000, without any amendment.

Legislative Council, 18 October 2005                                              R R Roberts, PRESIDENT

 

         Parliamentary Committees (Public Works) Amendment Bill                   Message No 96

MR SPEAKER - The Legislative Council insists on Amendments No 3 and No 6 in the Parliamentary Committees (Public Works) Amendment Bill to which the House of Assembly has disagreed.  The Bill is returned herewith.

         Legislative Council, 18 October 2005                                              R R Roberts, PRESIDENT

 

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

 

19      Adjournment

House adjourned at 11.35 pm until tomorrow at 2.00 pm.

 

 

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MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE WAS GIVEN

 

 

            For Wednesday 19 October 2005

 

Notice of Motion: Government Business -

 

The Premier to move That he have leave to introduce a Bill for an Act to give special powers to police officers to prevent and investigate terrorist acts; to amend the Emergency Management Act 2004; and for other purposes.

 

Notices of Motion: Private Members Business Bills/ Committees/ Regulations -

 

Mr Caica to move – That the Annual Report 2004-05 of the Parliamentary Committee on Occupational Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation be noted.

 

Mr Rau to move That the Annual Report 2004-05 of the Natural Resources Committee be noted.

 

 

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Present during the day - All Members.

 

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

 

         Division No 1 -

               Ayes – The Minister for Environment and Conservation, the Minister for Health, the Minister for Employment, Training and Further Education, Hon P L White and Ms Breuer

Noes – The Leader of the Opposition (Hon R G Kerin), Hon I F Evans, Mr Hamilton-Smith, Dr McFetridge and Mrs Redmond.

 

         Division No 2 -

      Ayes - The Leader of the Opposition (Hon R G Kerin), Hon I F Evans, Mr Hamilton-Smith, Hon G M Gunn, Hon W A Matthew and Mrs Redmond

               Noes - The Premier, the Minister for Environment and Conservation, the Minister for Health, the Minister for Administrative Services, Hon P L White and Ms Breuer.

 

         Division No 3 -

      Ayes - The Leader of the Opposition, Hon I F Evans, Mr Hamilton-Smith, Hon G M Gunn, Hon W A Matthew and Mrs Redmond

               Noes - The Premier, the Minister for Environment and Conservation, the Minister for Health, the Minister for Administrative Services, Hon P L White and Ms Breuer.

 

         Division No 4 -

      Ayes - The Leader of the Opposition, Hon I F Evans, Mr Hamilton-Smith, Hon G M Gunn, Hon W A Matthew and Mrs Redmond

               Noes - The Premier, the Minister for Environment and Conservation, the Minister for Health, the Minister for Administrative Services, Hon P L White and Ms Breuer.

 

         Division No 5 -

      Ayes - The Leader of the Opposition, Hon I F Evans, Mr Hamilton-Smith, Hon G M Gunn, Hon W A Matthew and Mrs Redmond

               Noes - The Premier, the Minister for Environment and Conservation, the Minister for Health, the Minister for Administrative Services, Hon P L White and Ms Breuer.

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                        Hon R B Such

                                                                                                                        SPEAKER

 

David A Bridges

CLERK OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY