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VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

OF THE

 

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

 

 

DURING THE

 

FIRST SESSION OF THE FORTY NINTH PARLIAMENT

 

1997-98

 

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INDEX

 

of the

 

VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

of the

 

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

For the First Session of the Forty Ninth Parliament, 1997-98

 

 

NOTE

 

For proceedings on Bills, see under 'Bills'

For proceedings on Motions, see under 'Motions'

For Papers and Petitions laid on the Table, see under Papers, By-laws, Regulations  and Petitions

 

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Address in Reply - Mover nominated 13; moved 19; debate 24, 25, 30, 40, 52, 62, 74, and 78, presented, 83.

 

Assembly -

 

Adjournment -

Debate 62, 85, 186, 198, 215, 279, 325, 329.

Extension of time for 20, 31, 42, 67, 79, 101, 115, 119, 181, 203, 223, 239, 255.

 

Auditor-General - Report, 1996-97, and Budget Results, 1996-97 – Examination in Committee of the Whole –

    In Committee 67.

    motion for (SSO) 67.

 

Business -

Postponement of 24, 29, 40, 41, 48(3), 49, 50, 51, 71(4), 72, 73 (2), 79(2), 87(2), 89, 95, 105(2), 106(2), 107,121, 123(3).

 

    Chairman of Committees –

        appointment of 5.

        ruling 265.

 

    Commission -

        Opening Parliament, 1.

        Swear 2, 5.

 

Committees –

    Estimates –

         Motion for attendance of Legislative Council Ministers 160.

            Committee A -

                Minutes of Proceedings 180.

                Report, 1998 180.

            Committee B -

                Minutes of Proceedings 180.

                Report, 1998 180.

Joint –

            Parliamentary Service - Appointed 12.

        Privileges –

            Appointed 194.

            Chairman’s statement 202.

            Leave to sit 198.

            Report 214.

        Select – Joint on Transport Safety –

            Appointed 286

            Power to act during recess 357.

Sessional -

Printing –

    Appointed 12.

First Report 60.

Standing Orders - Appointed 12.


Committees – (continued)

Standing -

Economic and Finance –

    Appointed 12.

    Leave to sit 160.

Environment, Resources and Development - Appointed 12.

Legislative Review - Appointed, 12.

Public Works –

    Appointed 13.

    Motion to remit 172.

Social Development - Appointed 13.

            Statutory Officers Committee - Appointed 13.

            Parliamentary Committee on Occupational Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation - Appointed 13.

 

Conferences-

    Police Bill – requesting 264, granting 265, report 268.

Statutes Amendment (Holdfast Shores) Bill - granting 5, report 54.

Statutes Amendment (Motor Accidents) Bill – granting 296, report 337.

Valuation of Land (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – requesting 253, granting 262, report 267.

 

Debate – limitation of 172.

 

Discharge of business 82.

 

Division - 17, 30, 31, 32, 39, 40, 43,48, 88, 128, 129, 131, 148, 171, 173(2), 188, 191, 202, 203, 210, 219, 220, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 254, 283, 332, 336, 340, 341, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347.

List - correction of error 32.

    Only one Aye 122, 168.

    Only one No 324.

 

Governor -

Opening Speech, tabled 5.

Proclamation summoning Parliament 1 .

Summons from 4.

 

Legislative Council – Treasurer attends the House 150.

 

Members –

    Ministerial statement 140, 178.

    No confidence motion 218.

    Personal explanation 140.

    Named –

         Mr Clarke 124, explanation not accepted 124, suspension 125.

 

    Motion for disallowance –

      Education Act – Material and Services Charges Regulations , moved 287, disallowed (ruling) 334.

Native Vegetation Act 1991 – Regulations Exemption, moved 47.

Onkaparinga Initial Water Catchment Management Plan, moved 147.

River Murray Catchment Water Management Board, Initial Management Plan - moved and negatived 171.

Technical and Further Education Act – Principal Regulations , moved 147, 335.

Unfair Dismissal - Industrial and Employee Relations Act - Regulations 23.

Water Resources Act 1997 – Regulations - Revocation of Proclaimed Wells Lacepede 71.

 

Motion to remit – Public Works Committee Interim Report on the Hindmarsh Soccer Stadium Upgrade – Stage 2  - agreed 172.

 

No confidence motion 218.

 

Rescission of Order 122.

Rescission of Vote 211, 290.

 

Sitting –

    Continued during conference 327.

    Extension of sitting 119, 172, 279, 348.

Joint 28.

Midnight, beyond 33, 43, 130, 243, 349.

Next day of 55, 90, 125, 171, 209, 232, 263, 347.

Serious disorder 143.

Suspension and resumption 4(2), 24, 54, 130, 132, 143, 349, 351.


 

    Speaker –

        Casting vote 220, 224.

        Commission to Swear 5.

        Election of 3.

        Presentation of 4.

Matter of Privilege 90, 99, 184, 231.

Ruling 92, 231, 259, 334.

    Disagreement to 30.

Statement -

Matter of Privilege 91, 100, 170(2), 175, 192.

By Member 92.

 

Standing and Sessional Orders, Suspension of –

To enable committee reports set down on the Notice Paper for tomorrow to be taken into consideration forthwith 185, 201, 221, 248.

To enable the introduction without notice and passage through all stages of Government Bills before the Address in Reply is completed 11.

To enable Members elected to the House for the first time to speak for one hour in the Address in Reply, notwithstanding that they may have already addressed the House 11

To enable Notices of Motion: Other Motions to be postponed until Order of the Day: Private Members Bills/Committees/ Regulations  No 2 is disposed of 97.

To enable Notices of Motion: Other Motions to be postponed until Order of the Day: Private Members Bill/Committees/ Regulations No 6 is disposed of 207.

To enable the Pollution of Waters by Oil and Noxious Substances (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill to pass through its remaining stages without delay 348.

To enable - That for the remainder of the Session, Standing Orders be so far suspended in relation to Private Members' Business as to provide that-

(a)   unless otherwise ordered, the House meets on each Thursday at 10.30 am.

(b)   on Thursdays, Private Members' Business takes precedence in the following manner:

        (i)     10.30 am - 12.00 noon - Bills, motions for disallowance of regulations and motions with respect to Committees;

        (ii)    12.00 noon - 1.00 pm - Other Motions, provided that -

                (A)   Notices of Motion will take priority over Orders of the Day in (i) and unless otherwise ordered, for the first 30 minutes in (ii);

                (B)   if all business in (i) is completed before the allotted time the House proceeds to (ii);

                (C)   if all business in (ii) is completed before 1.00 pm on Thursdays the sitting of the House is suspended until 2.00 pm.

(c)   the following time limits will apply -

Mover, 15 minutes;

One Member opposing the question, as deputed by the Speaker, 15 minutes;

Other Members, 10 minutes;

Mover in reply, 5 minutes;

provided that -

        (i)     an extension of 15 minutes may be granted, by leave, to a Member moving the second reading of a Bill;

        (ii)    leave to continue remarks may not be sought by any Member, but a Member speaking when the allotted time for that category of business is completed has the right to be heard first when the debate is next called on.

(d)   Notices of Questions ordinarily handed in by 9.00 am on Thursdays must be handed in to the Clerk Assistant by the adjournment of the House on the preceding day;

provided that on Thursday 4 December the time allotted for Private Members Business will be until 11.30 am 19.

To enable Notices of Motion: Other Motions to be postponed until after Orders of the Day: Private Members Bills/Committees/Regulations are disposed of 72, 148, 334.

To enable Notices of Motion: Other Motions to be postponed until Order of the Day: Private Members Bills/ Committees/ Regulations  No 2 is disposed of 106.

To enable the House to sit beyond midnight 33, 43, 130, 242, 349.

To enable the introduction of a Bill without notice 90.

To enable the introduction of a Bill forthwith 94.

To enable the introduction of two Bills without notice 150.

To enable him (the Leader of the Opposition) to move a motion (of no confidence) without notice forthwith 218.

To enable the moving of a motion forthwith for the rescission of the third reading of the Police Bill 211.

To enable Orders of the Day: Private Members Bills/Committees/Regulations Nos 8 and 11; and Orders of the Day: Other Motions Nos 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 9 and 11 to be taken into consideration forthwith and any necessary question put, without any further debate 340.

To enable the Premier to make a statement of unlimited duration regarding the planned restructuring of ETSA and Optima 178.

To enable the Road Traffic (Speed Zones) Amendment Bill, the Motor Vehicles (Heavy Vehicles Registration Charges) Amendment Bill and the Gaming Machines (Shopping Centres) Amendment Bill, when received from the Legislative Council, to pass through all stages without delay 28.

To enable the second reading of this Bill to be moved forthwith and the remaining stages to be dealt with tomorrow at the conclusion of Government Business 39.

To enable Mr Lewis to move four motions without notice, forthwith 47.

To enable this Bill to pass through its remaining stages without delay 125, 127, 174.

To enable Mr Foley to move that the Auditor-General’s Report, for the year ending 30 June 1997, be noted; and that the time allotted for the motion be 30 minutes 49.

Standing and Sessional Orders, Suspension of – (continued) -

To enable -

(a)  the Report of the Auditor General; and Budget Results 1996-97 to be referred to a Committee of the whole House and for Ministers to be examined on matters contained in the papers in accordance with the following timetable:

Premier, Minister for Multicultural Affairs (30 minutes)

Deputy Premier, Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism, Minister for Local Government, Minister for Recreation and Sport, Minister for Police, Correctional Services and Emergency Services (1 Hour)

Minister for Human Services (45 minutes)

Minister for Government Enterprises, Minister for Administrative Services, Minister for Information Services (45 minutes)

Minister for Education, Children’s Services and Training, Minister for Youth, Minister for Employment (45 minutes)

Minister for Environment and Heritage, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs (30 minutes)

Minister for Primary Industries, Natural Resources and Regional Development (30 minutes) 67.

To enable to provide that, when any division or quorum is called, the division bell will ring for three minutes with the Clerk determining the three minutes by using the debate time clock 10.

To enable the rescission of an Order of the House made this day 122, 278.

To enable  Mr Hamilton-Smith to move a motion without notice 171.

To enable  a motion to be moved without notice 172.

To enable the timetable for Private Members Business adopted on 3 December 1997 to be amended by leaving out paragraphs (I)

and (ii) and inserting in lieu thereof;

        (i)     10.30 am – 12.00 noon – Bills, motions with respect to Committees (except reports of Standing Committees) and motions for disallowance of regulations;

        (ii)        12.00 noon – 1.00 pm – Other Motions; and

        (iii)   after Grievance Debate on Wednesdays for one hour – motions relating to Standing Committees Reports 275.

To enable a motion to be moved forthwith for the rescission of the third reading of the Legal Practitioners (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill 290.

To provide that -

(a)  at the conclusion of the period for questions without notice, the Speaker may propose the question “That the House note grievances”. Up to six members may speak for a maximum of five minutes each before the Speaker puts the question.

(b)  the motion for adjournment of the House on Tuesdays and Wednesdays may be debated for up to 20 minutes provided it is moved before 10 pm.

(c)  the motion for adjournment of the House on Thursdays  -

      (i)  may be later than 5 pm;

      (ii) may not be debated 10.

 

Writ and Return 2.

 

Bills -             

HA= House of Assembly

LC = Legislative Council

SO = Standing Orders

Recommended = Recommended by Governor

Intro = introduction, first reading and second reading moved

Received from LC = receipt of Message and First reading

1r = first reading

2r = second reading

Ctee = in Committee

3r = third reading

Where "Ctee" does not appear before "3r", leave of the House was given for the Bill to proceed to the third reading without consideration in Committee

Conf = Conference between the Houses

Est Ctees = Estimates Committees

 

Aboriginal Lands Trust (Native Title) Amendment (No 26) - Intro, 51,52; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 84,85 ; returned by LC without amendment, 108; assent, 135. (Act No 3 of 1998)

Aerodrome Fees (No 84) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 179; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment, 3r debate and 3r, 290-291; assent, 359. (Act No 45 of 1998)

Appropriation (No 69) - SO suspended to enable Treasurer to give a speech in relation to Bill and motion to request permission of LC agreed to, 144; leave granted by LC, 144; recommended, 149; intro, 150; speech by Treasurer in relation to Bill, 150; 2r debate, 156, 157, 161; motion to request attendance of LC Ministers at Est Ctees agreed to, 160; 2r and grievance debate, 161, 162; leave for LC Ministers to attend Est Ctees granted by LC, 161; referred to Est Ctees, timetable adopted and Ctees appointed, 162-164; Reports and minutes of Proceedings of Est Ctees brought up, motion that proposed expenditures be agreed to moved, debated and agreed to, remainder of Bill agreed to and 3r, 180, 181; returned by LC without amendment, 236; assent, 267. (Act No 40 of 1998)

Barley Marketing (Application of Parts 4 and 5) Amendment (No 42) - Intro, 84; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 96; returned by LC without amendment, 127; assent, 135. (Act No 6 of 1998)

Barley Marketing (Deregulation of Stockfeed Barley) Amendment (No 87) - Intro, 184; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 210,211; returned by LC without amendment, 214; assent, 236. (Act No 37 of 1998)

Bulk Handling of Grain Act Repeal (No 103) - Intro, 221; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 284; returned by LC without amendment, 329; assent, 359. (Act No 46 of 1998)


Bills (continued) -

Children’s Services (Child Care) Amendment (No 20) - Intro, 39; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 79 ; returned by LC with an amendment, 115; amendment agreed to by HA, 118; assent, 135. (Act No 7 of 1998)

City of Adelaide (Nos 89,106) - Intro, 185; 2r debate, 215, 225,232; 2r, 232; Ctee, 232, 236-242; reported with amendments and 3r, 242; returned by LC with amendments, 300-323; amendments agreed to, amendments disagreed to and alternative amendments made in lieu by HA, 324; amendments not insisted on and alternative amendments agreed to by LC, 329; assent, 359. (Act No 47 of 1998)

Correctional Services (Victim Protection) Amendment (No 11) - Intro, 23; 2r debate, 72; 2r negatived, 342; Negatived in House of Assembly.

Crimes at Sea (No 73) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 151; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 284; assent, 360. (Act No 62 of 1998)

Criminal Law Consolidation (Intoxication) Amendment (Nos 9, 123) - Intro, 23; 2r debate, 72,89, 288; 2r, 288; Ctee, 288, 335; reported with amendments and 3r, 335; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) (Nos 43,52) - Received from LC, 85; 2r moved, 91; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 102 ; amendments agreed to by LC, 109; assent, 135. (Act No 8 of 1998)

Criminal Law (Sentencing) (Victim Impact Statements) Amendment (Nos 25,95) - Intro, 48; 2r debate, 88, 122, 188; 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 188-189; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 332-333; assent, 359; (Act No 48 of 1998)

Dangerous Substances (Transport of Dangerous Goods) Amendment (No 40) - Intro, 84; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 96; returned by LC without amendment, 129; assent, 136. (Act No 27 of 1998)

Development (Building Rules) Amendment (No 18) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 34; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 42; assent, 65. (Act No 70 of 1997)

Door-to-Door Sales (Employment of Children) (No 94) - Intro, 188; 2r debate, 335; Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Education (Government School Closures) Amendment (No 10) - Intro, 23; 2r debate, 72, 123, 189; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Education (Government School Closures) Amendment (No 19) - Received from LC and motion for suspension of SO negatived, 39; 2r moved, 48,49; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Education (Government School Closures and Amalgamations) Amendment (Nos 63,97) - Intro, 121; 2r debate, 168,205; 2r, Ctee, SO suspended, reported with amendments and 3r, 205-207; returned by LC with amendments and amendments disagreed to by HA, 333-334; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Electricity (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 5) - SO suspended and intro, 11,12; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 18-20; returned by LC without amendment, 44; assent, 65. (Act No 71 of 1997)

Electricity (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 102, 109) - Intro, 221; recommended, 231; 2r debate and 2r, 243; Ctee, 243,254; reported with amendments and 3r, 254; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Electricity Corporations (Restructuring and Disposal) (Nos 50, 105) - Intro, 100; recommended, 107; 2r debate, 140, 144, 185, 194; 2r, 194; Ctee, 194, 195, 223, 224; reported with amendments and 3r, 224; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Emergency Services Funding (Nos 81, 104) - Intro, 171; recommended, 177; 2r debate, 2r, 215; Ctee, 215,222; reported with amendments and 3r, 222; returned by LC with suggested amendments and suggested amendments agreed to by HA, 351-357; assent, 360. (Act No 63 of 1998)

Employment Agents Registration (Fees) Amendment (No 92) - Intro, 187; 2r debate, 288; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Evidence (Sexual Offences) Amendment (No 93) - Intro, 187; 2r debate, 205, 288; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Evidence (Use of Audio and Audio Visual Links) Amendment (No 53) - Received from LC, 102; 2r moved, 108 ; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 112; assent, 135. (Act No 9 of 1998)

Financial Institutions Duty (Dutiable Receipts) Amendment (No 29) - Intro, 66; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 79 ; returned by LC without amendment, 109; assent, 135. (Act No 4 of 1998)

Freedom of Information (Public Opinion Polls) Amendment (Nos 24,54) - Intro, 47; 2r debate and 2r, 88; Ctee, 88,106; reported with amendments and 3r, 106; returned by LC without amendment, 291; assent, 359. (Act No 42 of 1998)

Gaming Machines (Gaming Tax) Amendment (No 71) - SO suspended and intro, 150; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 198; returned by LC without amendment, 232; assent, 236. (Act No 38 of 1998)

Gaming Machines (Gaming Venues in Shopping Centres) Amendment (No 13) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 29; 2r debate and 2r, 33; Ctee,33,40,41; reported without amendment and 3r, 41; assent, 65. (Act No 72 of 1997)

Gas (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 4) - SO suspended and intro, 11; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 18; returned by LC without amendment, 44; assent, 65. (Act No 73 of 1997)

Gas Pipelines Access (South Australia) (No 3) - SO suspended and intro, 11; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 18; returned by LC without amendment, 44; assent, 65. (Act No 74 of 1997)

Guardianship and Administration (Extension of Sunset Clause) Amendment (No 1) - SO suspended and intro, 11; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 25 ; returned by LC without amendment, 34; assent, 65. (Act No 75 of 1997)

Highways (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 33) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 73; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 102; assent, 135. (Act No 5 of 1998)

Independent Industry Regulator (Nos 100, 107) - Intro, 220; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 242, 243; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Industrial and Employee Relations (Disclosure of Information) Amendment (No 39) - Intro, 84; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 95; returned by LC without amendment, 127; assent, 135. (Act No 10 of 1998)

International Transfer of Prisoners (South Australia) (No 31) - Received from LC, 68; 2r moved, 73; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 108; assent, 135. (Act No 11 of 1998)

Irrigation (Dissolution of Trusts) Amendment (No 65) - Intro, 126; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 139, 140; returned by LC without amendment, 180; assent, 217. (Act No 33 of 1998)

Land Tax (Land Held On Trust) Amendment (No 2) - SO suspended and intro, 11; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 17,18; returned by LC without amendment, 52; assent, 65. (Act No 81 of 1997)

Legal Practitioners (Qualifications) Amendment (Nos 35,55) - Recommended, 50; received from LC and 2r moved, 74; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 109; amendment agreed to by LC, 115; assent, 135. (Act No 12 of 1998)

 


 

Bills (continued) -

Legal Practitioners (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 76,119) - Recommended, 117; received from LC, 156; 2r moved, 161; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 285; SO suspended, 3r rescinded, recommitted, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 290; amendment agreed to by LC, 329; assent, 359. (Act No 50 of 1998)

Liquor Licensing (Licence Fees) Amendment (Nos 74,112) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 156; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee (Chairman's ruling), reported with amendments and 3r, 264-266; amendments agreed to by LC, 325; assent, 359. (Act No 49 of 1998)

Liquor Licensing (Licensed Clubs) Amendment (Nos 34,45) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 73,74; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 91; amendment agreed to by LC, 95; assent, 93. (Act No 2 of 1998)

Local Government Finance Authority (Board Membership) Amendment (Nos 91,122) - Intro, 185; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 325; returned by LC without amendment, 350; assent, 359. (Act No 51 of 1998)

Local Government (Holdfast Shores) Amendment (No 23) – [For previous proceedings see Statutes Amendment (Holdfast Shores)] – 3r, 44; amendments disagreed to by LC and insisted on by HA, Conf requested by LC and granted by HA, time and place agreed to by LC, Conf reported and recommendations from Conf agreed to by HA and LC, 53-55; assent, 65. (Act No 76 of 1997)

Local Government (Memorial Drive Tennis Centre) Amendment (No 38) - Intro, 84; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 101; returned by LC without amendment, 130; assent, 136. (Act No 28 of 1998)

Local Government (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 90, 110) - Intro, 185; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 255-256; returned by LC without amendment, 324; assent, 359. (Act No 52 of 1998)

MFP Development (Winding-Up) Amendment (Nos 8,37) - Intro, 17; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 78,79; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 126, 127; assent, 136. (Act No 31 of 1998)

Motor Vehicles (Cheque and Debit or Credit Card Payments) Amendment (No 99) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 209; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 296; assent, 359. (Act No 53 of 1998)

Motor Vehicles (Disabled Persons’ Parking Permits) Amendment (No 47) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 95; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 113,114; assent, 135. (Act No 13 of 1998)

Motor Vehicles (Heavy Vehicles Registration Charges) Amendment (No 14) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 29; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 33; assent, 65. (Act No 77 of 1997)

Motor Vehicles (Wrecked or Written Off Vehicles) Amendment (No 48) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 95; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 114; assent, 135. (Act No 14 of 1998)

Mutual Recognition (South Australia) (Extension of Operation) Amendment (No 7) - Intro, 16,17; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 78; returned by LC without amendment, 84; assent, 107. (Act No 1 of 1998)

National Electricity (South Australia)(Commencement) Amendment (No 82) - Received from LC, SO suspended, 2r moved, 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 174; assent, 177. (Act No 32 of 1998)

National Parks and Wildlife (Bookmark Biosphere Trust) Amendment (No 108) - Intro, 248; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 277; returned by LC without amendment, 349; assent, 359. (Act No 54 of 1998)

National Wine Centre (Land of Centre) Amendment (No 44) - Intro, 90; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 100,101; returned by LC without amendment, 130; assent, 135. (Act No 15 of 1998)

Non-Metropolitan Railways (Transfer)(Building and Development Work) Amendment (No 83) - Received from LC, 174; 2r moved, 179; 2r debate, 211, 215; 2r and 3r, 215; assent, 236. (Act No 39 of 1998)

Ombudsman (Private or Corporatised Community Service Providers) Amendment (No 68) - Intro, 147; 2r debate, 167,227; reasoned amendment and Bill withdrawn, 227. Bill withdrawn and referred to the Legislative Review Committee.

Pastoral Land Management and Conservation (Board Procedures, Rent, etc.) Amendment (No 30) - Intro, 66; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 79,80; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 350-351; assent, 360. (Act No 64 of 1998)

Petroleum Products Regulation (Licence Fees and Subsidies) Amendment (No 46) - Recommended, 93; SO suspended and intro, 94,95 ; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 108; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 125, 126; assent, 136. (Act No 29 of 1998)

Police (No 79) - Intro, 160; 2r debate, 198, 201; 2r,Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r 202-204; recommended, 211; SO suspended, 3r rescinded and 3r, 211; returned by LC with amendments, 249-253; amendments agreed to and amendments disagreed to by HA, 255; amendments insisted on by LC, disagreement insisted on and Conf requested by HA, 263-264; Conf granted by LC and time and place agreed to by HA, 265; Conf reported, 268-272; recommendations from Conf agreed to by LC and HA, 275-276; assent, 360. (Act No 55 of 1998)

Police (Complaints and Disciplinary Proceedings) (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 80) - Intro, 160, 161; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 209, 210; returned by LC with amendments, amendment agreed to and amendment disagreed to by HA, 282-283; amendment not insisted on by LC but alternative amendment made in lieu and alternative amendment agreed to by HA, 347-348; assent, 360. (Act No 56 of 1998)

Police Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 58) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 113; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 118; assent, 135. (Act No 16 of 1998)

Pollution of Waters by Oil and Noxious Substances (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 124) - Received from LC, SO suspended, 2r moved, 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 348-350; assent, 360. (Act No 65 of 1998)

Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Nos 88, 114) - Intro, 184; recommended, 231; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 277; returned by LC without amendment, 329; assent, 360. (Act No 57 of 1998)

Public Finance and Audit (Appointment of Auditor-General and Reports) Amendment (No 111) - Received from LC, 262; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Public Sector Management (Incompatible Public Offices) Amendment (No 32) – Received from LC, 68; 2r moved, 73 ; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 109; assent, 135. (Act No 17 of 1998)

Retail and Commercial Leases (Term of Lease and Renewal) Amendment (No 116) - Received from LC, 279; 2r moved, 288; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Road Traffic (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 85) - Received from LC, 180; 2r moved, 185; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 296; assent, 360. (Act No 58 of 1998)

Road Traffic (School Zones) Amendment (Nos 64, 67) - Received from LC, 2r moved and SO suspended, 125; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 129-131; amendments agreed to by LC, 132; assent, 135. (Act No 18 of 1998)


 

Bills (continued) -

Road Traffic (Speed Zones) Amendment (No 15) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 29; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 32,33; assent, 65. (Act No 78 of 1997)

Road Traffic (Vehicle Identifiers) Amendment (No 49, 62) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 95; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 114,115; amendment agreed to by LC, 127; assent, 135. (Act No 19 of 1998)

Roxby Downs (Indenture Ratification) (Aboriginal Heritage) Amendment (No 22) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 42; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 52; assent, 65. (Act No 79 of 1997)

Sea-Carriage Documents (No 72) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 151; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 174-176; assent, 217. (Act No 34 of 1998)

South Australian Health Commission (Health Services) Amendment (No 96) - Intro, 205; 2r debate, 334; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Southern State Superannuation (Merger of Schemes) Amendment (No 98) - Intro, 209; recommended, 211; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 276; returned by LC without amendment, 350; assent, 360. (Act No 66 of 1998)

Stamp Duties (Miscellaneous No.2) Amendment (No 6) - SO suspended and intro, 12; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 29,30; returned by LC with suggested amendment and suggested amendment agreed to by HA, 52,53; assent, 65. (Act No 82 of 1997)

Stamp Duties (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 70) - SO suspended and intro, 150; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 198; returned by LC without amendment, 214; assent, 236. (Act No 36 of 1998)

Statutes Amendment (Adjustment of Superannuation Pensions) (No 59) - Received from LC, 113; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 119; assent, 135. (Act No 20 of 1998)

Statutes Amendment (Attorney-General's Portfolio) (No 77) – Received from LC, 156,157; 2r moved, 161; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 285; assent, 360. (Act No 59 of 1998)

Statutes Amendment (Consumer Affairs) (No 36) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 74 ; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 109,110 assent, 135. (Act No 21 of 1998)

Statutes Amendment (Consumer Affairs) Amendment (No 66) - Received from LC, 2r moved and SO suspended, 127; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 130; assent, 136. (Act No 22 of 1998)

Statutes Amendment (Fine Enforcement) (Nos 115,121) - Received from LC, 278; 2r moved, 283; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 323, 324; amendments agreed to by LC, 329; assent, 360. (Act No 60 of 1998)

Statutes Amendment (Holdfast Shores) (No 17) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 34; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and amended title, 42-44. [See Local Government (Holdfast Shores) Amendment]

Statutes Amendment (Mining Administration) (No 86) - Intro, 184; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Statutes Amendment (Ministers of the Crown) (No 12) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 25; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 30-32; assent, 65. (Act No 69 of 1997)

Statutes Amendment (Motor Accidents) (Nos 113,117) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 276; SO suspended, 2r debate and 2r, 278; Ctee, 278,284; reported with amendments and 3r, 284; amendments disagreed to by LC and insisted on by HA, 291-295; Conf requested by LC, granted by HA and time and place agreed to by LC, 296; sitting of House continued during Conf, 299, 327, 331; Conf reported and recommendations from Conf agreed to by HA, 337-339; recommendations from Conf agreed to by LC, 351; assent, 360. (Act No 67 of 1998)

Statutes Amendment (Native Title) (No 61) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 114,115; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 118; assent, 136. (Act No 23 of 1998)

Statutes Amendment (Young Offenders) (No 75) – Received from LC, 156; 2r moved, 161; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 265; assent, 267. (Act No 41 of 1998)

Subordinate Legislation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 125) - Received from LC, 351; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 60) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 113; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 119; assent, 136. (Act No 24 of 1998)

Supply (No 28) - Recommended, 57; intro, 61,62; 2r debate, 85; 2r, 91; Grievance debate, 91,96; 3r, 96; returned by LC without amendment, 126; assent, 136. (Act No 25 of 1998)

Sustainable Energy (No 101) - Intro, 220; recommended, 231; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 254-255; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Technical and Further Education (Industrial Jurisdiction) Amendment (No 41) - Intro, 84; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 96; returned by LC with an amendment, 125; amendment agreed to and consequential amendment made by HA, 194; consequential amendment agreed to by LC, 202; assent, 217. (Act No 35 of 1998)

Tobacco Products Regulation (Dissolution of Sports, Promotion, Cultural and Health Advancement Trust) Amendment (No 120) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 323; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 329; assent, 360. (Act No 61 of 1998)

Tobacco Products Regulation (Licence Fees) Amendment (No 57) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 113; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 118; assent, 136. (Act No 26 of 1998)

Unclaimed Superannuation Benefits (Nos 16,21) - Recommended, 24; received from LC and 2r moved, 30; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 41,42; amendment agreed to by LC, 52; assent, 65. (Act No 80 of 1997)

Valuation of Land (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 51, 56) - Intro, 100 ; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 111,112; returned by LC with amendments, 175; amendments disagreed to by HA, 180; amendments insisted on by LC, disagreement insisted on and Conf requested by HA, 253-254; Conf granted by LC and time and place agreed to by HA, 262; Conf reported, 267-268; recommendations from Conf agreed to by LC and HA, 275; assent, 359. (Act No 43 of 1998)

Wheat Marketing (Grain Deductions) Amendment (No 78) - Intro, 160; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 264; returned by LC without amendment, 283; assent, 359. (Act No 44 of 1998)

Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Mental Incapacity) Amendment (No 118) - Received from LC, 285; Lapsed owing to prorogation

Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Self Managed Employer Scheme) Amendment (No 27) - Intro, 52; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 85; returned by LC with amendments, amendment agreed to and amendment disagreed to by HA 127-129; amendment not insisted on by LC and alternative amendment made in lieu and alternative amendment agreed to by HA, 131-132; assent, 136. (Act No 30 of 1998)

 

Reasoned amendment 227.

 

Divisions –

    Bank Closures in Country – Motion re –

        Amendment be agreed to 342.

        Motion be agreed to 342.

    Citizenship Fee – Motion re – Amendment be agreed to 191.

    City of Adelaide Bill – In Committee 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242.

    Correctional Services (Victim Protection) Amendment Bill – Second reading 341.

    Education (Government School Closures) Amendment Bill –

        Adjournment of debate 49.

        Suspension of Standing Orders 39.

    Electricity Corporations (Restructuring and Disposal) Bill – In Committee (casting vote) 224.

    Evidence (Sexual Offences) Amendment Bill – Adjournment of debate 188.

    Federal Child Care Budget – Motion re – Motion be agreed to 343.

    Federal Funding Changes - Motion re – Motion be agreed to 344.

    Freedom of Information (Public Opinion Polls) Amendment Bill – Adjournment of debate 88.

    Gaming Machines (Gaming Venues in Shopping Centres) Amendment Bill – In Committee 40.

    Grand Junction Road Traffic – Motion re – Amendment be agreed to 345.

    Land Tax (Land Held On Trust) Amendment Bill – In Committee 17.

    National Farmers Federation – Labour Relations – Motion re –

        Amendment be agreed to 346.

        Motion, as amended, be agreed to 347.

    No Confidence in the Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism – Motion re –

        Amendment be agreed to 218.

        Motion be agreed to (casting vote) 220.

    Northern Adelaide and Barossa Initial Water Catchment Plan – Motion for disallowance  -

        Adjournment of debate 148.

        Question put 171.

    Police Bill –

        Second reading 202.

        In Committee 203.

    Police (Complaints and Disciplinary Proceedings) (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – In Committee 210, 283.

    Public Works Committee Interim Report on the Hindmarsh Soccer Stadium Up-grade – Stage 2 – Motion to remit –

        Limitation of debate 173.

        Amendment be agreed to 173.

    Road Traffic (School Zones) Amendment Bill – In Committee 129, 131.

    Select Committee on Certain Matters relating to Primary and Secondary Education – Motion re – Question put 340.

    Select Committee on Public School Funding – Motion re – Question put 332.

    Speaker’s Ruling, Disagreement to 30, 31.

    Statutes Amendment (Holdfast Shores) Bill – In Committee 43.

    Statutes Amendment (Ministers of the Crown) Bill – In Committee 32.

    Sustainable Energy Bill – In Committee 254.

    Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Self Managed Employer Scheme) Amendment Bill – In Committee 128.

 

Messages from the Governor -

No 1 - Senate vacancy 10.

No 2 - Unclaimed Superannuation Benefits Bill - recommending 24.

No 3 - Legal Practitioners (Qualifications) Amendment Bill - recommending 49.

No 4 - Supply Bill - recommending 57.

No 5 - Assent to Bills 65.

No 6 - Assent to Bills 93.

No 7 - Petroleum Products Regulation (Licence Fees and Subsidies) Amendment Bill - recommending 93.

No 8 - Assent to Bill 107.

No 9 - Electricity Corporations (Restructuring and Disposal) Bill - recommending 107.

No 10 - Legal Practitioners (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - recommending 117.

No 11 – Assent to Bills 135.

No 12 – Appropriation Bill – recommending 149.

No 13 – Emergency Services Funding Bill – recommending 177.

No 14- Assent to Bill 177.

No 15 – Police Bill – recommending 211.

No 16 – Southern State Superannuation (Merger of Schemes) Amendment Bill – recommending 211.

No 17 – Assent to Bills 217.

No 18 – Sustainable Energy Bill – recommending 231.

No 19 – Electricity (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – recommending 231.

No 20 – Primary Industry Funding Schemes Bill – recommending 231.

No 21 – Assent to Bills 236.

No 22 – Assent to Bills 267.


 

Messages from the Legislative Council -

No 1- Standing Orders Committee  - notification of appointment 15.

No 2 - Printing Committee  - notification of appointment 16.

No 3 - Joint Parliamentary Service Committee  - notification of appointment 16.

No 4 - Environment, Resources and Development Committee - notification of appointment 16.

No 5 - Social Development Committee  - notification of appointment, 16.

No 6 - Legislative Review Committee - notification of appointment 16.

No 7 - Occupational Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Committee  - notification of appointment 16. 

No 8 - Statutory Officers Committee - notification of appointment 16. 

No 9 - Statutes Amendment (Ministers of the Crown) Bill - transmitting 25.

No 10 - Gaming Machines (Gaming Venues in Shopping Centres) Amendment Bill - transmitting 29.

No 11 - Motor Vehicles (Heavy Vehicles Registration Charges) Amendment Bill - transmitting 29.

No 12 - Road Traffic (Speed Zones) Amendment Bill - transmitting 29.

No 13 - Unclaimed Superannuation Benefits Bill - transmitting 30.

No 14 - Statutes Amendment (Holdfast Shores) Bill - transmitting 34.

No 15 - Development (Building Rules) Amendment Bill - transmitting 34.

No 16 - Guardianship and Administration (Extension of Sunset Clause) Amendment Bill - returning 34.

No 17 - Education (Government School Closures) Amendment Bill - transmitting 39.

No 18 -Roxby Downs (Indenture Ratification)(Aboriginal Heritage) Amendment Bill - transmitting 42.

No 19 - Gas Pipelines Access (South Australia) Bill - returning 44.

No 20 - Gas (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - returning 44.

No 21 - Electricity (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - returning 44.

No 22 - Unclaimed Superannuation Benefits Bill - agreeing to an amendment 52.

No 23 - Land Tax (Land Held On Trust) Amendment Bill - returning 52.

No 24 - Stamp Duties (Miscellaneous No.2) Amendment Bill - suggesting an amendment 52.

No 25 - Statutes Amendment (Holdfast Shores) Bill - disagreeing to amendments 52.

No 26 - Statutes Amendment (Holdfast Shores) Bill - requesting conference 54.

No 27 - Statutes Amendment (Holdfast Shores) Bill - agreeing to conference 54.

No 28 - Statutes Amendment (Holdfast Shores) Bill - agreeing to conference recommendations 55.

No 29 - International Transfer of Prisoners (South Australia) Bill - transmitting 68.

No 30 - Public Sector Management (Incompatible Public Offices) Amendment Bill - transmitting 68.

No 31 - Highways (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - transmitting 73.

No 32 - Liquor Licensing (Licensed Clubs) Amendment Bill - transmitting 73.

No 33 - Legal Practitioners (Qualifications) Amendment Bill - transmitting 74.

No 34 - Statutes Amendment (Consumer Affairs) Bill - transmitting 74.

No 35 - Mutual Recognition (South Australia) (Extension of Operation) Amendment Bill - transmitting 84.

No 36 - Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Bill - transmitting 85.

No 37 - Motor Vehicles (Disabled Persons’ Parking Permits) Amendment Bill - transmitting 95.

No 38 - Motor Vehicles (Wrecked or Written Off Vehicles) Amendment Bill - transmitting 95.

No 39 - Road Traffic (Vehicle Identifiers) Amendment Bill Amendment Bill - transmitting 95.

No 40 - Liquor Licensing (Licensed Clubs) Amendment Bill -- agreeing to an amendment 95. 

No 41 - Evidence (Use of Audio and Audio Visual Links) Amendment Bill - transmitting 102.

No 42 - Aboriginal Lands Trust (Native Title) Amendment Bill – returning 108.

No 43 - Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Bill – agreeing to amendments 109.

No 44 - Financial Institutions Duty (Dutiable Receipts) Amendment Bill – returning 109.

No 45 - Tobacco Products Regulation (Licence Fees) Amendment Bill - transmitting 113.

No 46 - Police Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - transmitting 113.       

No 47 - Statutes Amendment (Adjustment of Superannuation Pensions) Bill - transmitting 113.

No 48 - Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - transmitting 113.

No 49 - Statutes Amendment (Native Title) Bill - transmitting 114.

No 50 - Legal Practitioners (Qualifications) Amendment Bill - agreeing to an amendment 115.

No 51 - Children’s Services (Child Care) Amendment Bill - returning with an amendment 115.

No 52 - Road Traffic (School Zones) Amendment Bill - transmitting 125.

No 53 - Technical and Further Education (Industrial Jurisdiction) Amendment Bill - returning with an amendment 125.

No 54 - Petroleum Products Regulation (Licence Fees and Subsidies) Amendment Bill - returning with amendments 125.

No 55 - Supply Bill - returning 126.

No 56 - MFP Development (Winding-Up) Amendment Bill - returning with amendments 126.

No 57 - Barley Marketing (Application of Parts 4 and 5) Amendment Bill - returning 127.

No 58 - Industrial and Employee Relations (Disclosure of Information) Amendment Bill - returning 127.

No 59 - Road Traffic (Vehicle Identifiers) Amendment Bill - agreeing to an amendment 127.

No 60 - Statutes Amendment (Consumer Affairs) Bill - transmitting 127.

No 61 - Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Self Managed Employer Scheme) Amendment Bill - returning with amendments 127.

No 62 - Dangerous Substances (Transport of Dangerous Goods) Amendment Bill - returning 129.

No 63 - National Wine Centre (Land of Centre) Amendment Bill - returning 130.

No 64 - Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Self Managed Employer Scheme) Amendment Bill - returning 130.

No 65 - Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Self Managed Employers Scheme) Amendment Bill - returning with an alternative amendment 131.

No 66 - Road Traffic (School Zones) Amendment Bill - agreeing to amendments 132.

No 67 – Appropriation Bill – attendance of Treasurer 144.

No 68 – Sea-Carriage Documents Bill – transmitting 151.

 

Messages from the Legislative Council (continued)-

      No 69 – Crimes  at Sea Bill – transmitting 151.

No 70 – Liquor Licensing (Licence Fees) Amendment Bill – transmitting 156.

No 71 – Statutes Amendment (Young Offenders) Bill – transmitting 156.

No 72 – Legal Practitioners (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting 156.

No 73 – Statutes Amendment (Attorney-General’s Portfolio) Bill – transmitting 156.

No 74 – Estimates Committees – attendance of Legislative Council Ministers 161.

No 75 – National Electricity (South Australia) (Commencement) Amendment Bill - transmitting 174.

No 76 – Non-Metropolitan Railways (transfer) ( Building and Development Work) Amendment Bill – transmitting 174.

No 77 – Valuation of Land (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – returning with amendments 175.

No 78 – Aerodrome Fees Bill – transmitting 179.

No 79 – Road Traffic (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting 180.

No 80 – Irrigation (Dissolution of Trusts) Amendment Bill – returning 180.

No 81 – Technical and Further Education (Industrial Jurisdiction) Amendment Bill – amendment agreed to 202.

No 82 – Motor Vehicles (cheque and Debit or Credit Card Payments) Amendment Bill – transmitting 209.

No 83 – Joint Committee on Transport Safety - resolution for 214.

No 84 – Stamp Duties (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – returning 214.

No 85 – Barley Marketing (Deregulation of Stockfeed Barley) Amendment Bill – returning 214.

No 86 – Gaming Machines (gaming Tax) Amendment Bill – returning 232.

No 87 – Appropriation Bill – returning 236.

No 88 – Police Bill – returning with amendments 249.

No 89 – Valuation of Land (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – insisting on amendments 253.

No 90 – Australian Republic Motion – transmitting 261.

No 91 – Public Finance and Audit (Appointment of Auditor-General and Reports) Amendment Bill – transmitting 262.

No 92 – Valuation of Land (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – granting conference 262.

No 93 – Police Bill – insisting on amendments 263.

No 94 – Police Bill – granting conference 265.

No 95 – Police Bill – agreeing to conference recommendations 275.

No 96 – Valuation of Land (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – agreeing to conference recommendations 275.

No 97 – Statutes Amendment (Motor Accidents) Bill – transmitting 276.

No 98 – Statutes Amendment (Fine Enforcement) Bill – transmitting 278.

No 99 – Retail and Commercial Leases (Term of Lease and Renewal) Amendment Bill – transmitting 279.

No 100 – Police (Complaints and Disciplinary Proceedings) (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – returned with amendments 282.

No 101 – Wheat Marketing (Grain Deductions) Amendment Bill – returning.

No 102 – Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Mental Incapacity) Amendment Bill – transmitting 285.

No 103 – Freedom of Information (Public Opinion Polls) Amendment Bill – returning 291.

No 104 – Statutes Amendment (Motor Accidents) Bill – disagreeing to amendments 291.

No 105 – Statutes Amendment (Motor Accidents) Bill – requesting conference 296.

No 106 – Statutes Amendment (Motor Accidents) Bill – agreeing to conference 296.

No 107 – City of Adelaide Bill – returned with amendments 300.

No 108 – Tobacco products Regulation (Dissolution of Sports, Promotion, Cultural and Health Advancement Trust) Amendment Bill – transmitting 323.

No 109 – Local Government (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – returning 324.

No 110 – Liquor Licensing (licence Fees) Amendment Bill – agreeing to amendments 325.

No 111 – Primary Industry Funding Schemes – returning 329.

No 112 – Bulk Handling of Grain Act Repeal Bill – returning 329.

No 113 – Statues Amendment (Fine Enforcement) Bill – agreeing to amendments 329.

No 114 – City of Adelaide Bill – no longer insisting on amendments, agreeing to alternative amendments 329.

No 115 – Legal Practitioners (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – agreeing to amendment 329.

No 116 – Criminal Law (Sentencing) (Victim Impact Statements) Amendment Bill – returning with amendments 332.

No 117 – Education (School Closures and Amalgamations) Amendment Bill – returning with amendments 333.

No 118 – Police (Complaints and Disciplinary Proceedings) (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – returning with alternative amendment 347.

No 119 – Pollution of Waters by Oil and Noxious Substances (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting 348.

No 120 – National Parks and Wildlife (Bookmark Biosphere Trust) Amendment Bill – returning 349.

No 121 – Local Government Finance Authority (Board Membership) Amendment Bill – returning 350.

No 122 – Southern State Superannuation (Merger of Schemes) Amendment Bill – returning 350.

No 123 – Pastoral Land Management and Conservation (Board Procedures, Rent, etc.) Amendment Bill – returning 350.

No 124 – Statutes Amendment (Motor Accidents) Bill – agreeing to conference recommendations 351.

No 125 – Subordinate Legislation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting 351.

No 126 – Emergency Services Funding Bill – returning with amendments 351.

 

Motions –

    ABC – Digital Transmission – motion 169, 229.

    Adelaide Crows Football Club - 1997 Premiership - motion 24, 261.

    Agricultural Machinery - motion and agreed to 49.

    Auditor-General’s Report – motion to note 49.

    Auditor- General’s Report and Budget Results – motion 67.

    Bank Closures in Country – motion 208, 228, 260, 341, 342(2).


Motions (continued)-

    Citizenship Fee - motion 106, 170, agreed to 190.

    Croydon Primary School - motion 49.

    Education Act – Regulations – Material and Services Charges – motion for disallowance 287.

    Education Budget Cuts – motion 208, 259, 289, 341.

    Electoral Districts Names - motion 49, amended and agreed to 106.

    Environmental Impact on Fish stocks in Inland Waters  - motion 121, amended and agreed to 122.

    Environment, Resources and Development Committee – Report –

        Annual Report, 1996-97 – motion to note 87.

        Aquaculture – motion to note 186, 221, 249.

        Establishment of Artificial Reefs – motion to note 87.

    Estimates Committees –

        Attendance of Legislative Council Ministers – motion 160.

        Proposed expenditures referred to Estimates Committees – motion 180, agreed to 181.

    European Wasps - motion 89, 230, 345.

    Federal Child Care Budget Cuts – motion 168, 189, 229, 343.

    Federal Funding Changes - motion 123, 169, 343.

    Festival and Fringe Festival - motion and agreed to 123.

    Grand Junction Road Traffic- motion 123, 229, 260, 344.

    Health Service Funding - motion 106.

    Industrial and Employee Relations Act – Regulations – Unfair Dismissal – motion for disallowance 23.

    Legislative Review Committee – Report – Annual Report, 1997 – motion to note 121.

    Ms Cheryl Kernot - motion and agreed 49.

    National Farmers Federation -  Labour Relations  - motion 89, 107, 192, 230, 262, 346.

    No Confidence in the Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism – motion 218.

    Northern Adelaide and Barossa Initial Water Catchment Plan – motion for disallowance 148.

    Onkaparinga Initial Water Catchment Management Plan - motion for disallowance 147.

    Primary Production in Mount Lofty Catchment – motion 168, 228, 260.

    Primary and Secondary Education, Select Committee on Certain Matters relating to - motion 87, 105, 121, 227, 340.

    Privileges Committee – motion 193, agreed to 194.

    Public Works Committee – Report –

        Adelaide Youth Court Redevelopment (Interim) – motion to note 147, agreed to 186.

        Birdwood Motor Museum – Exhibition Pavilion – motion to note 48.

        Botanic, Wine and Rose Development – motion to note 281.

        Burbridge Road Widening and Streetscaping – motion to note 48.

        Centre for Performing and Visual Arts – Adelaide Institute of TAFE – motion to note 71.

        Education Development Centre – Training and Development Unit – motion to note 249.

        Glenelg/West Beach Development Stage 2 – West Beach Boating Facility – motion to note 71.

        Hindmarsh Soccer Stadium Upgrade – Stage 2 – Interim Report –

            motion to note 149, 168, agreed to 186.

            motion to remit 172.

        Hindmarsh Soccer Stadium Upgrade – Stage 2 – Final Report - motion to note 248, 328.

        Mount Gambier Police Complex – motion to note 167, agreed to 186.

        Queen Elizabeth Hospital Intensive Care Redevlopment – motion to note 328.

        Rehabilitation of Highland Irrigation District – motion to note 105.

        Repatriation General Hospital Redevelopment – Stage 1 - motion to note 105.

        Royal Adelaide hospital Masterplan – Stage One – motion to note 48.

        Spencer Institute of TAFE – Kadina Campus – motion to note 221.

        Sturt Highway Upgrading: Micken Bridge to Turo Section – motion to note 47.

    Public School Funding, Select Committee – motion 287, 331.

    River Murray Catchment Water Management Board, Initial Management Plan – motion for disallowance and negatived 171.

    Royal Park Waste Facility Application - motion 124, 169, 190.

    Statutory Marketing Authorities Review – motion 168.

    Technical and Further Education Act – Principal Regulations – motion for disallowance 147.

    Tour de France – South Australian Cyclists – motion 289.

    Transport Safety, Joint Committee – motion 286.

    Water Resources Act 1997 – Regulations – revocation of Proclaimed Wells Lacepede – motion for disallowance 71.

    West Beach Boat Harbour - motion 72, 192.

 

Papers –

[Date of tabling shown in brackets]

Aboriginal Affairs, State Department of - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 60

Aboriginal Lands Trust –

    Report, 1995-96 (PP34) (02.12.97) 9

    Report, 1996-97 (17.03.98) 94

Abortions Notified in South Australia, Committee Appointed to Examine and Report on - Report, 1996 (17.02.98) 58

Adelaide Convention Centre - Report, 1996-97 (10.12.97) 37

Adelaide Festival Centre – Report, 1996-97 (PP84) (09.12.97) 27

Adelaide Governance Review, City of - Report, January 1998 (26.02.98) 90

Adelaide, University of -

    Report, 1996 (02.12.97) 9

    Statutes, 1996 (02.12.97) 9

Papers (continued)-

Ageing, Office for the - Report, 1996-97 (PP144) (02.12.97) 7

Agriculture, The Advisory Board of - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

Ambulance Services, SA – Report, 1996-97 (09.12.97) 28

Animal and Plant Control Commission - Report, 1997 (26.05.98) 139

Art Gallery of South Australia –Report, 1996-97 (PP41) (09.12.97) 27

Arts SA – Report, 1996-97 (PP105) (09.12.97) 27

Asset Management Corporation and its Controlled Entities,

    South Australian - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

Asset Management Task Force, South Australian - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

Athletics Stadium, South Australian – Charter 9 Oct 1997 to 30 Jun 1998 (22.07.98) 218

Attorney-General’s Department –

    Report, 1996-97 (PP151) (10.12.97) 38

    Suppression Orders under the Evidence Act, Report on, June 1998 (18.08.98) 274

Auditor-General -

    Information Technology EDS Outsourcing Agreement - Report, December 1997 (PP4E) (11.12.97) 50

    Operations of the - Report, 1996-97 (PP4A) (02.12.97) 6

    Port Adelaide Flower Farm - Report, December 1997 (PP4D) (11.12.97) 50

    Report, 1996-97 (Parts A & B) (PP4) (02.12.97) 5

    South Australian Water Corporation -

        Erratum Report, December 1997 (4F) (11.12.97) 50

        Report, December 1997 (4C) (10.12.97) 37

    Supplementary Report for the year ended 30 June 1997 (4B) (02.12.97) 5

Auditor-General's Report -

    Electricity Reform in South Australia - Letter from the Auditor General, 28 July 1997 (24.02.98) 77

    Statutory Declarations -

        Kowalick, Ian (24.02.98) 77

        Longbottom, Graeme (24.02.98) 77

Australian Barley Board – Report, 1997 (10.12.97) 38

Australian Formula One Grand Prix Board - Independent Audit Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 6

 

Baker MP, Mr D S, Conflict of Interest concerning, - Report, July 1997 (02.12.97) 6

Barley Board, Australian – Report, 1997 (10.12.97) 38

Border Groundwater Agreement Review Committee – Report, 1996-97 (18.03.98) 99

Botanic Gardens Adelaide, Board of - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 59

Budget Results, 1996-97 (see Finance) (02.12.98) 9

 

Carrick Hill Trust – Report, 1996-97 (09.12.97) 27

Charitable and Social Welfare Fund - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 7

Charitable Funds, Commissioner of – Report, 1996-97 (PP50) (11.12.97) 51

Chiropody Board of South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

Chiropractors Board of South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (PP145) (11.12.97) 51

Ciccarello, Daniels Report - Tourism, Recreation and Sport Commission (02.12.97) 6

Citrus Board of South Australia - Report, 1996-97 (26.05.98) 139

Classification Council, South Australian - Report, 1996-97 (PP116) (02.12.97) 8

Coast Protection Board - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 59

Committees -

    Economic and Finance -

        Twenty-Second Report - Report, 1996-97 (PP188) (17.02.98) 57

        Twenty-Third Report – Management of the Government Motor

            Vehicle Fleet (PP192) (24.02.98) 78

        Twenty-Fourth Report – Economic and Financial Aspects of the

            Operation of the MFP Development Corporation (PP193) (24.02.98) 78

        Twenty-Fifth Report – Report, July 1997-June 1998 (PP214) (26.08.98) 327

    Environment, Resources and Development -

        Twenty-Fifth Report - Aromatics in Petrol with particular reference

            to Benzene (PP184) (02.12.97) 6

        Twenty-Fifth Report - Aromatics in Petrol with particular reference

            to Benzene - Response from the Minister for Environment and Heritage (30.06.98) 178

        Twenty-Sixth Report - Establishment of Artificial Reefs (PP190) (19.02.98) 73

            Response by the Minister for Primary Industries, Natural Resources

                & Regional Development (26.05.98) 138

            Response by the Minister for Environment and Heritage (07.07.98) 197

        Twenty-Seventh Report - Annual Report, 1996-97 (PP191) (19.02.98) 73

        Waste Management Practices, Response by the Minister for the

            Environment and Heritage to the Committee on (25.03.98) 117

        Twenty-Eighth Report - Environmental, Resources, Planning, Land Use,

            Transportation and Development Aspects of the MFP Development

            Corporation (PP195) (26.05.98) 137

        Twenty-Ninth Report – Aquaculture (PP200) (30.06.98) 179


Papers (continued) -

    Estimates -

        Committee A -

            Minutes of Proceedings (30.06.98) 180

            Report, 1998 (30.06.98) 180

        Committee B -

            Minutes of Proceedings (30.06.98) 180

            Report, 1998 (30.06.98) 180

    Legislative Review -

        Annual Report, 1996-97 (25.03.98) 121

        Development Act – Regulations - Smoke Alarms (03.06.98) 159

        Education Act – Regulations – Materials and Service Charges (26.08.98) 327

        Passenger Transport – Regulations - Small Passenger

            Vehicles and other matters (05.08.98) 247

        Policy for the Examination of Regulations (03.06.98) 159

        Water Resources – Regulations (26.08.98) 327

        First Report (10.12.97) 38

        Second Report (10.12.97) 38

        Third Report (18.02.98) 66

        Fourth Report (18.02.98) 66

        Fifth Report (25.02.98) 83

        Sixth Report (18.03.98) 99

        Seventh Report (18.03.98) 99

        Eight Report (25.03.98) 117

        Ninth-Report (27.05.98) 143

        Tenth-Report (27.05.98) 143

        Eleventh Report (03.06.98) 159

        Twelfth Report (01.07.98) 183

        Thirteenth Report (08.07.98) 201

        Fourteenth Report (22.07.98) 218

        Fifteenth Report (22.07.98) 218

        Sixteenth Report (05.08.98) 247

        Seventeenth Report (05.08.98) 247

        Eighteenth Report (18.08.98) 247

        Nineteenth Report (18.08.98) 274

        Twentieth Report (19.08.98) 281

        Twenty-First Report (26.08.98) 327

    Printing Committee -

        First Report, First Session (17.02.98) 60

    Privilege Committee –

        Report (PP206) (21.07.98) 214

        Minutes of Proceedings (21.07.98) 214

    Public Works -

        Fifty-Ninth Report - Stuart Highway Upgrading, Mickans Bridge to Truro (PP180) (02.12.97) 6

        Sixtieth Report - Burbridge Road Widening and Streetscaping

            Brooker Terrace to South Road (PP181) (02.12.97) 6

        Sixty-First Report - Birdwood National Motor Museum –

            New Exhibition Pavilion (PP182) (02.12.97) 6

        Sixty-Second Report - Royal Adelaide Hospital Masterplan - Stage 1 (PP183) (02.12.97) 6

        Sixty-Third Report - Centre for Performing and Visual Arts –

            Adelaide Institute of TAFE (PP186) (17.02.98) 57

        Sixty-Fourth Report - Glenelg/West Beach Development Stage 2 –

            West Beach Boating Facility (PP187) (17.02.98) 57

        Sixty-Fifth Report - Rehabilitation of Cadell Highland Irrigation District (PP189) (17.02.98) 60

        Sixty-Sixth Report – Repatriation General Hospital Redevelopment

            – Stage 1 (PP194) (17.03.98) 94

        Sixty-Seventh Report - Hindmarsh Soccer Stadium Upgrade

            Interim Report – Stage 2 (PP197) (26.05.98) 137

        Sixty-Eighth Report - Mount Gambier Police Complex – Interim Report (PP198) (26.05.98) 137

        Sixty-Ninth Report - Adelaide Youth Court Redevelopment –

            Interim Report (PP199) (26.05.98) 137

        Seventieth Report  - Hindmarsh Soccer Stadium Upgrade

            Final Report – Stage 2 (PP201) (30.06.98) 177

        Seventy-First Report - Wirrina Cove Resort Marina

             and Public Access Road (PP202) (01.07.98) 184

        Seventy-Second Report – Mount Gambier Police Complex – Final Report (PP203) (09.07.98) 208

        Seventy-Third Report – Adelaide Youth Court Redevelopment –

            Final Report (PP204) (09.07.98) 208

        Seventy-Fourth Report – Spencer Institute of TAFE – Kadina Campus (PP205) (09.07.98) 208

        Seventy-Fifth Report – Education Development Centre – Training

            And Development Unit (PP207) (23.07.98) 231


Papers - Committees – Public Works (continued) -

        Seventy-Sixth Report – Botanic, Wine and Rose Development Stage 1 (PP209) (18.08.98) 274

        Seventy-Seventh Report – Queen Elizabeth Hospital Intensive Care

            Redevelopment (PP212) (25.08.98) 300

    Social Development -

        Report on Gambling (PP211) (26.08.98) 328

        Report on HIV/AIDS – Hepatitis B Inquiry (Part II) – Response to

            Recommendation 4 By the Minister for Government Enterprises (11.12.97) 51

Community Housing Authority, South Australian – Report, 1996-97 (09.12.97) 28

Community Information Strategies Australia – Report, 1996-97 (09.12.97) 28

Construction Industry Long Service Leave Board -

    Actuarial Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 8

    Report, 1996-97 (PP129) (02.12.97) 8

Construction Industry Training Board - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

Consumer Affairs, Office of the Commissioner of - Report, 1996-97 (PP75) (04.12.97) 24

Controlled Substances Advisory Council - Report, 1996-97 (26.02.98) 90

Corporate Affairs Commission - Report, 1996-97 (18.02.98) 66

Correctional Services, Department for - Report, 1996-97 (PP38) (10.12.97) 38

Correctional Services Advisory Council of South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (10.12.97) 38

Country Arts Trust, South Australian – Report, 1996-97 (09.12.97) 28

Country Fire Service, South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (PP130) (09.12.97) 28

Courts Administration Authority - Report, 1996-97 (PP147) (02.12.97) 7

 

Dairy Authority of South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (PP52) (10.12.97) 38

Dental Board of South Australia - Report, 1996-97 (PP79) (10.12.97) 28

Development Act –

    Administration of - Report, 1996-97 (09.12.97) 28

    Barossa Council, Interim Report on the Operation of - Mount Pleasant (DC) (27.08.98) 336

    Charles Sturt, Interim Report on the Operation of City of - Hindmarsh and Woodville (27.08.98) 336

    Hillcrest Hospital Land Plan – Amendment (04.08.98) 235

    Prospect, Interim Operation of the City of – Local Heritage Places Plan

        Amendment, Report on (25.08.98) 299

Development Plan Amendment, Report on the Interim Operation of -

    Commercial (Monarto South) Zone Plan Amendment - Report by the

        Minister for Transport and Urban Planning (17.02.98) 58

    Mount Barker and Nairne Interim Local Heritage Plan Amendment - Report by the

        Minister for Transport and Urban Planning (24.02.98) 77

Director of Public Prosecutions - Report, 1996-97 (PP167) (02.12.97) 7

Disability Information and Resource Centre - Report, 1995-96 (02.12.97) 7

Disability Information and Resource Centre - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 58

Disciplinary Appeals Tribunal - Presiding Officer’s Report of, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 6

Dog and Cat Management Board - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

Dog Fence Board – Report, 1996-97 (10.12.97) 38

 

Eastern Metropolitan Regional Health Authority Incorporated – Constitution (17.02.98) 58

Economic Development Authority – Report, 1996-97 (PP115) (09.12.97) 27

Education and Children’s Services, Department for -

    Report, 1995-96 (PP44) (02.12.97) 9

    Report, 1996 (PP44A) (02.12.97) 9

    Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 59

Education, Training and Employment - Report 1997 (30.06.98) 178

Electoral Office, State - Report, 1996-97 (PP148) (03.12.97) 15

Emergency Services in SA, Funding Arrangements for – Report May 1998 (28.05.98) 149

Employee Ombudsman, Office of the – Report 1996-97 (PP72) (11.12.97) 51

Employment, Training and Further Education, Department for - Construction

    Industry Training Fund Act, Review of - November 1997 (26.02.98) 90

Energy Policy, Office of –

    Report, 1996-97 (10.12.97) 38

    Technical Regulator – Report, 1996-97 (10.12.97) 38

Environment and Natural Resources, Department of - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 59

Environment Protection Authority - Report, 1996-97 (PP95) (02.12.97) 9

Environment Protection (Vessels on Inland Waters) Policy 1998 (17.02.98) 60

Equal Opportunities, Commissioner for – Report, 1996-97 (PP109) (11.12.97) 51

ETSA Corporation –

    Charter    (21.07.98) 214

    Report, 1996-97 (PP64) (02.12.97) 7

ETSA Contributory and Non-Contributory Superannuation Schemes - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 59


Papers –(continued) -

Family and Community Services, Department for - Report, 1996-97 (PP23) (02.12.97) 7

Film Corporation, South Australian – Report, 1996-97 (PP80) (09.12.97) 28

Finance -

    Budget at a Glance 1998-99 (28.05.98) 149

    Capital Works Statement 1998-99 (PP83) (28.05.98) 149

    Guide 1998-99 (28.05.98) 150

    Estimates Statement 1998-99 (PP9) (28.05.98) 150

    Portfolio Statements Volume 1 and Volume 2 (PP16) (28.05.98) 150

    Results - Report, 1996-97 (PP3) (02.12.97) 9

    Statement 1998-99 (PP18) (28.05.98) 150

 

Financial Supervision, South Australian Office of - Report, 1996-97 (03.12.97) 15

Fire Equipment Services South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (09.12.97) 28

Flinders University of South Australia –

    Report, 1995 (02.12.97) 9

    Report, 1996 (17.03.98) 94

    Statute Amendments, 1996 (17.03.98) 94

Freedom of Information Act – Report, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

Friendly Societies Act - Odd Fellows, Independent Order of - Registered Rules (09.12.97) 28

Funds SA - Report, 1997 (02.12.97) 9

 

Gaming Machines Act, South Australian -

    Liquor Licensing Commissioner - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

    State Supply Board - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

Gaming Supervisory Authority - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

Government Boards and Committees

    Information - 30 June 1997 (02.12.97) 6

    Information - 30 June 1998 (27.08.98) 336

Government Captive Insurance Corporation, South Australian - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

Government Financing Authority, South Australian - Report, 1996-97 (PP48) (02.12.97) 9

Governor’s Opening Speech (PP1) (02.12.97) 5

Greyhound Racing Authority, South Australian - Report, 1996-97 (PP108) (02.12.97) 7

Guardianship Board of South Australia –

    Report, 1995-96 (11.12.97) 50

    Report, 1996-97 (17.03.98) 94

 

Harness Racing Authority, South Australian – Report, 1997 (10.12.97) 37

Health Commission, South Australian –

    Care of People who are Dying, Report on, 1997 (11.12.97) 51

    Food Act - Report, 1997 (11.12.97) 51

    Public and Environmental Health Council – Report, 1996-97 (17.03.98) 94

    Report, 1996-97 (PP121) (04.12.97) 24

    Report, on Public and Environmental Health Act 1987 (17.03.98) 94

Heritage Authority, State - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 59

Hills Transit – Report, 1996-97 (10.12.97) 38

History Trust of South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (PP118) (09.12.97) 28

HomeStart Finance - Report, 1996-97 (10.12.97) 38

Housing and Urban Development, Department of – Report, 1996-97 (PP153) (09.12.97) 28

Housing Trust, South Australian –

    Report, 1996-97 (PP42) (09.12.97) 28

    Triennial Review – February 1998 (26.03.98) 124

 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows – Registered Rules (09.12.97) 28

Industrial Affairs, Department for - Report, 1996-97 (26.02.98) 90

Industrial Relations Advisory Committee - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 58

Industrial Relations Commission and Senior Judge, Industrial Relations Court -

    Report of the President, 1996-97 (PP86) (02.12.97) 8

Insurance Premium Committee - Determination of Premium Relativities (26.05.98) 138

Information Technology Services South Australia - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 8

Information Technology Workforce Strategy Office - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

 

Jam Factory Craft and Design Centre - Report, 1996 (02.12.97) 7

Joint Sitting of the Two Houses to fill a Vacancy in the Senate-

    Minutes of Proceedings - Appointment of Mr John Quirke (PP185) (9.12.97) 28

Judges of the Supreme Court of SA, Report to the Attorney-General on, December 1997 (18.08.98) 274

Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee - Report, 1996-97 (24.02.98) 77

 

Legal Practitioners Conduct Board - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 7

Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal -- Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 7

Legal Practitioner Guarantee Fund, Claims Against - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 8


Papers (continued) -

Legal Services Commission of South Australia - Report, 1996-97 (PP136) (04.12.97) 24

Libraries Board of South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (PP54) (09.12.97) 28

Listening Devices Act - Report, 1996-97 (04.12.97) 24

Living Health - Report, 1996-97 (10.12.97) 38

Local Government Act - Controlling Authority –

    Notice of Amendment to Rules – Little Para River Drainage Authority (02.12.97) 7

    Notice of Approval - Federation of North Eastern Councils (02.12.97) 7

Local Government Finance Authority of South Australia - Report, 1996-97 (PP43) (02.12.97) 7

Local Government Grants Commission, South Australian - Report, 1996-97 (PP106) (02.12.97) 7

Local Government, Office of - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 7

Local Government Superannuation Board - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 7

Lotteries Commission of South Australia - Report, 1996-97 (PP32) (02.12.97) 8

 

Medical and Veterinary Science, Institute of - Report, 1996-97 (24.02.98) 77

Medical Board of South Australia - Report, 1996-97 (PP57) (10.12.97) 38

Members Interests, Register of, House of Assembly Statement

     June 1997 (PP133) (02.12.97) 5

    March 1998 (PP133A) (19 03.98) 107

Members Travel, Summary of Expenditure for -

    1996-97 (04.12.97) 24

    1997-98 (27.08.98) 337

Metropolitan Fire Service, South Australian – Report, 1997 (PP40) (09.12.97) 24

MFP Development Corporation – Report, 1996-97 (PP168) (11.12.97) 51

MFP Industrial Premises Corporation –

    Financial Statement, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

    Report, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

MFP Projects Board –

    Financial Statement, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

    Report, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

Mines and Energy Resources, South Australia - Report, 1996-97 (PP26) (02.12.97) 10

Mining and Quarrying Occupational Health and Safety Committee – Report, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

Ministerial Statements -

    ASER Assets Withdrawn from Sale (17.02.98) 59

    Australian Dance Theatre (21.07.98) 213

    Budget Planning (18.02.98) 99

    Budget Results, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

    Carrick Hill (19.02.98) 73

    Correctional Services Advisory Council (10.12.97) 38

    Crime Prevention Plan (25.03.98) 117

    Criminal Law (Undercover Operations) Act 1995 (02.12.97) 8

    Development Act – Applications (26.08.98) 328

    Intoxification and the Criminal Law (19.02.98) 73

    Intoxification and the Criminal Law (01.07.98) 183

    Intoxification and the Criminal Law (21.07.98) 213

    Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee Annual Report for year ended 30 June 1997 (26.03.98) 124

    Living Health (27.05.98) 144

    Model Criminal Code - Sexual Offences (10.12.97) 38

    Native Title (02.07.98) 194

    NCA Bombing Inquest (26.08.98) 328

    New Theatre Company (02.07.98) 194

    Passenger Transport Act, Review of (18.08.98) 273

    Police Complaints Authority, Review of (18.08.98) 274

    Random Breath Testing in SA: Operation and Effectiveness (05.08.98) 247

    Rape Counseling Notes – The Confidentiality of (23.07.98) 231

    Road Safety Management (27.08.98) 336

    Roxby Downs (indenture Ratification)(Aboriginal Heritage) Amendment Act (09.07.98) 210

    School Zones (17.02.98) 58

    Springwood Park Development (18.08.98) 273

    Transport Patronage Increase (10.12.97) 38

Modbury Public Hospital –

    Contract Documents Vol1 – February 1995 (30.06.98) 178

    Amending Agreement Vol 2- August 1997 (30.06.98) 178

Motor Accident Commission –

    Charter    (21.07.98) 214

    Report, 1996-97 (PP61) (02.12.97) 9

Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission, South Australian -

    Report, 1996-97 (PP29) (02.12.97) 6

Multicultural and International Affairs, Office of - Report, 1996-97 (26.02.98) 89

Multicultural and International Affairs, Report on Office of  (27.08.98) 336


Papers (continued) -

Murray Darling Basin Commission - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

Murray Darling Basin Agreement 1992 – Schedule E (17.03.98) 94

Museum Board, South Australian – Report, 1996-97 (PP8) (09.12.97) 28

 

National Crime Authority - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 58

National Environment Protection Council - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 59

National Parks and Wildlife Council, South Australian - Report 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

National Road Transport Commission - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 7

Native Vegetation Council - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 59

Non-Metropolitan Railways (Transfer) Act - Leases of Land to the Purchases of

    Australian National (09.12.97) 28

Nurses Board South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (PP82) (11.12.97) 51

 

Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Advisory Committee - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 58

Occupational Therapists Registration Board of South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

 

Operations under the Police (Complaints and Disciplinary Proceedings)

    Act, Review of, July1998 (18.8.98) 274

Optima Energy –

    Charter    (21.07.98) 214

    Report, 1997 (09.12.97) 28

Ombudsman -

    Complaint from Salisbury North Football Club against City of Elizabeth (02.12.97) 5

    Report, 1996-97 (PP76) (04.12.97) 24

Outback Areas Community Development Trust – Report, 1996-97 (PP47) (11.12.97) 51

 

Parliamentary Superannuation Scheme - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

Passenger Transport Board - Report, 1996-97 (PP19) (10.12.97) 38

Passenger Transport Act, Review of June 1998 (18.08.98) 274

Patawalonga Catchment Water Management Board - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 59

Pharmacy Board of South Australia 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

Phylloxera and Grape Industry Board – Report, 1996-97 (10.12.97) 38

Physiotherapists Board of South Australia, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

Planning Strategy Implementation - Premier’s Report on, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 6

Police, South Australian Commissioner of, Directions to (24.03.98) 111

Police, South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (PP53) (10.12.97) 38

Police Complaints Authority - Report, 1994-97 (PP94) (02.12.97) 9

Police Superannuation Board - Report, 1996-97 (PP55) (02.12.97) 9

Ports Corporation of South Australia –

    Charter    (04.08.98) 236

    Report, 1996-97 (PP24) (11.12.97) 51

Premier and Cabinet, Department of the - Report, 1996-97 (PP91) (02.12.97) 6

Primary Industries, South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (PP149) (10.12.97) 38

Privacy Committee of South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

Promotion and Grievance Appeals Tribunal - Report of the Presiding Officer, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 6

Prostitution in South Australia, Report on May 1998 (18.08.98) 274

Psychological Board, South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

Public Advocate, Office of – Report, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

Public Corporations  Act -

    Direction to –

        ETSA Corporation (26.05.98) 138

        ETSA and SAGC – Electricity Assets Restructuring and Preparation for Sale (17.03.98) 94

        SA Generation Corporation (26.05.98) 138

        South Australian Ports Corporation (Port Corp) (26.05.98) 138

Public Employment, Office of the Commissioner for -

    Public Sector Workforce Information - June, 1997 (02.12.97) 6

    Report, 1996-97 (PP114) (02.12.97) 6

Public Parks Act - Disposal of Public Park - Allotment 302 Kauffmann Ave, Lyndoch (17.02.98) 58

Public Prosecutions, Director of - Report, 1996-97 (PP167) (02.12.97) 7

Public Trustee - Report, 1996-97 (03.12.97) 15

 

Racing Industry Development Authority - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 58

Radiation Protection and Control Act - Report on the Administration, 1996-97 (PP97) (02.12.97) 7

Recreation and Sport, Department of - Report, 1996-97 (19.02.98) 72

Remuneration Tribunal Determinations -

    No 1 of 1998 - Report Relating to Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act (17.02.98) 59

    No 3 of 1997 - Ministers of the Crown and Officers and Members of Parliament (09.12.97) 28

    No 4 of 1997 - Judiciary and Statutory Officers (02.12.97) 9

    No 5 of 1997 - Ministers of the Crown and Officers and Members of Parliament (02.12.97) 9

    No 6 of 1997 - Conveyance Allowances and Motor Vehicles Schedules (09.12.97) 28

    No 7 of 1997 - Deputy Electoral Commissioner (09.12.97) 29

Papers (continued) -

Reproductive Technology, South Australian Council on – Report, 31 March 1998 (02.06.98) 154

Research and Development Institute, South Australian – Report, 1996-97 (PP152) (10.12.97) 38

Road Safety – Office of, Random Breath Testing in SA: Operation and Effectiveness (05.08.98) 247

Rules of Court -

    District Court - District Court Act -

        Amendment No 20 – Obtaining Evidence from Interstate (18.08.98) 274

        Amendment to Rules (No 17) (02.12.97) 8

        Plaintiff Non-Attendance (26.05.98) 18

        Questionnaire for Criminal Cases (26.05.98) 18

    Industrial Court - Industrial and Employee Relations Act - Industrial Proceedings -

        Enterprise Agreements (17.02.98) 59

    Magistrates Court - Magistrates Court Act –

        Amendment No 12 (17.02.98) 59

        Expiation of Offences Forms (26.05.98) 139

    Supreme Court – Probate Act – Probate – Principal (see Supreme Court)

        (Corporations) Rules - Court Expert) (26.05.98) 139

    Supreme Court - Supreme Court Act -

        Amendment to Rules (No 60) (02.12.97) 8

        Amendment No 61 (17.02.98) 58

        Amendment No 62 - The Person by Whom (26.05.98) 139

        Amendment No 63 (30.06.98) 178

        Criminal Rules –

            Amendment No 7 (21.07.98) 214

            Questionnaire for Criminal Rules (26.05.98) 139

        Probate – Principal (26.05.98) 139

        Supreme Court (Corporations) Rules - Court Expert (02.12.97) 8

    Youth Court - Youth Court Act –

        Amendment No 1 – Alibi and Expiation Relief (02.06.98) 155

        Amendment No 3 - Application for Adoption Fee (26.05.98) 138

Rules of Racing - Racing Act -

    Greyhound Racing Board – Principal (04.08.98) 235

    Harness Racing Board -

        Combined Races (02.12.97) 7

        Harness Racing - Stablehand Age (26.05.98) 137

        Racing Industry Development Authority - Betting various (26.05.98) 137

 

SA Generation (21.07.98) 214

SA Water - Report, 1996-97 (PP35) (02.12.97) 8

SABOR Ltd - Chairman's Report, 1996-97 (26.02.98) 90

SAGRIC International Pty Ltd - Report, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

SARDI - Report, 1996-97 (PP152) (10.12.97) 38

Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia - Report, 1996 (PP85) (02.12.97) 9

Soil Conservation Board’s – Report, 1996-97 (PP126) (10.12.97) 38

Soil Conservation Council of South Australia – Report, 1997 (10.12.97) 38

South Australian -

    Ambulance Service – Report 1996-97 (09.12.97) 28

    Asset Management Corporation and its Controlled Entities - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

    Asset Management Task Force - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

    Athletics Stadium – Charter 9 Oct 1997 to 30 Jun 1998 (22.07.98) 218

    Classification Council - Report, 1996-97 (PP116) (02.12.97) 8

    Dairy Authority of South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (PP52) (10.12.97) 38

    Financial Supervision, Office of – Report, 1996-97 (03.12.97) 15

    Government Captive Insurance Corporation - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

    Government Financing Authority - Report, 1996-97 (PP48) (02.12.97) 9

    Greyhound Racing Authority - Report, 1996-97 (PP108) (02.12.97) 7

    Harness Racing Authority, South Australian – Report, 1997 (10.12.97) 37

    Health Commission - Report, 1996-97 (PP121) (04.12.97) 15

    Legal Service Commission – Report, 1996-97 (PP136) (04.12.97) 24

    Metropolitan Fire Service – Report, 1996-97 (9.12.97) 28

    Mines and Energy Resources - Report, 1996-97 (PP26) (02.12.97) 10

    Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission - Report, 1996-97 (PP29) (02.12.97) 6

    National Parks and Wildlife Council - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 9

    Ports Corporation – Charter (04.08.98) 236

    Research and Development Institute, South Australian – Report, 1996-97 (PP152) (10.12.97) 38

    Superannuation Board - Report, 1996-97 (PP67) (02.12.97) 9

    Thoroughbred Racing Authority - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 7

    Tourism Commission, South Australia - Report, 1996-97 (PP155) (02.12.97) 6

South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage Board – Report, 1996-97 (24.03.98) 111


Papers (continued) -

State –

    Electoral Office - Report, 1996-97 (03.12.97) 15

    Emergency Services, South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (PP150) (09.12.97) 28

    Heritage Authority - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 59

    Government Services, Department for – Report, 1996-97 (PP98) (11.12.97) 51

    Opera of South Australia – Report, 1996-97 (PP123) (09.12.97) 28

    Supply Board – Report, 1996-97 (PP99) (11.12.97) 51

    Theatre Company of South Australia - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 58

Status of Women, Office of – Statement, 1997 (09.12.97) 28

Summary Offences Act -

    Dangerous Area Declarations -

        1 April to 30 June 1997 (02.12.97) 8

        1 October to 31 December 1997 (17.03.98) 94

        1 January to 31 March 1998 (02.06.98) 155

    Road Block Establishment Authorisations -

        1 April to 30 June 1997 (02.12.97) 8

        1 October to 31 December 1997 (17.03.98) 94

        1 January to 31 March 1998 (02.06.98) 155

Superannuation Board, South Australian - Report, 1996-97 (PP67) (02.12.97) 9

Supported Residential Facilities Advisory Committee – Report, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

 

Teachers Registration Board of South Australia - Report, 1997 (26.05.98) 139

Thoroughbred Racing Authority, South Australian - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 7

Torrens Catchment Water Management Board - Report, 1997-12-08 (02.12.97) 9

Totalizator Agency Board - Report, 1996-97 (PP33) (10.12.97) 38

Tourism Commission, South Australian - Report, 1996-97 (PP155) (02.12.97) 6

Tourism, Recreation and Sport Commission - Ciccarello, Daniels Report, 1997 (02.12.97) 6

TransAdelaide - Report, 1996-97 (10.12.97) 38

Transport, Department – Report, 1996-97 (PP37) (09.12.97) 28

Treasury and Finance, Department of - Report, 1996-97 (PP146) (02.12.97) 9

 

University of Adelaide, The -

    Report, 1996 (02.12.97) 9

    Report, 1997 (04.08.98) 236

    Statutes, 1996 (02.12.97) 9

    Statutes, 1997 (04.08.98) 236

University of South Australia –

    Report, 1996 (02.12.97) 9

University of South Australia, Flinders –

    Report, 1995 (02.12.97) 9

    Report, 1996 (17.03.98) 94

    Statute Amendments, 1996 (17.03.98) 94

 

Veterinary Surgeons Board of South Australia - Report, 1996-97 (02.12.97) 10

Vocational Education, Employment and Training Board - Report, 1997 (26.05.98) 139

 

Water Management Board – Initial Catchment Water Management Plan-

    North Adelaide and Barossa Catchment (26.05.98) 139

    Onkaparinga Catchment (26.05.98) 139

    River Murray Catchment, May 1998 (04.06.98) 170

Water, SA – Report, 1997 (02.12.97) 8

West Beach Trust - Report, 1996-97 (24.02.98) 77

Witness Protection Act - Section 28 - Report, 1996-97 (17.02.98) 58

Wilderness Protection Act – Report, 1996-97 (17.03.98) 94

WorkCover Corporation of South Australia –

    Report, 1996-97 (PP165) (11.12.97) 51

    Statistical Review, 1996-97 (11.12.97) 51

 

By-laws -

    Corporations -

        Adelaide -

            No 1 - Interpretation of By-Laws (17.02.98) 58

            No 2 - Streets and Public Places (17.02.98) 58

            No 3 – Traffic (17.02.98) 58

            No 4 - Street Traders (17.02.98) 58

            No 5 - Park Lands, Public Squares and the River Torrens (17.02.98) 58

            No 6 - The Central Market (17.02.98) 58

            No 7 - Lodging Houses (17.02.98) 58

            No 8 - Nuisances, Health and Safety (17.02.98) 58

            No 9 - Continuation of Existing Licences (17.02.98) 58

            No 10 - Moveable Signs (17.02.98) 58

    By-laws (continued) -    

        Burnside –

            No 5 - Waste Management (02.12.97) 6

            No 15 - Moveable Signs (26.05.98) 137

        Charles Sturt -

            No 1 - Permits and Penalties (26.05.98) 137

            No 2 - Moveable Signs  (26.05.98) 137

            No 3 - Council Land (26.05.98) 137

            No 4 - Flammable Undergrowth (26.05.98) 137

            No 5 – Dogs (26.05.98) 137

            No 6 – Bees (26.05.98) 137

            No 7 - Animals and Birds (26.05.98) 137

            No 8 - Lodging Houses (26.05.98) 137

            No 9 – Garbage (26.05.98) 137

            No 10 – Caravans (26.05.98) 138

        Gawler –

            No 3 – Amendment No 1 to – Streets and Public Places (21.07.98) 213

            No 6 – Dogs (21.07.98) 213

            No 7 – Poultry and Birds (21.07.98) 213

        Murray Bridge - No 4 - Moveable Signs (02.12.97) 6

        Port Augusta –

            No 1 - Council Land (21.07.98) 213

            No 2 – Moveable Signs (21.07.98) 213

            No 3 – Flammable Undergrowth (21.07.98) 213

            No 4 – Waste Management (21.07.98) 213

            No 5 – Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden (21.07.98) 213

        Unley -

            No 1 - Renumbering of By-Laws (26.02.98) 89

            No 3 – Bees (26.02.98) 89

            No 4 - Garbage Bins (26.02.98) 89

            No 5 - Inflammable Undergrowth (26.02.98) 89

            No 6 - Streets and Footways (26.02.98) 89

            No 7 - Recreation Areas (26.02.98) 89

            No 8 – Dogs (26.02.98) 90

            No 9 – Poultry (26.02.98) 90

            No 10 – Caravans (26.02.98) 90

            No 11 - Removal of Garbage (26.02.98) 90

            No 12 - Street Trade's Licence (26.02.98) 90

            No 13 - Lodging Houses (26.02.98) 90

    District Councils-

        Barossa – No 9 – Height of Fences, Hedges and Hoardings Near Intersections (04.08.98) 235

        Berri-Barmera -

            No 1 - Permits and Penalties (26.05.98) 138

            No 2 – Dogs (26.05.98) 138

            No 3 – Bees (26.05.98) 138

            No 4 - Poultry and Other Birds (26.05.98) 138

            No 5 – Taxis (26.05.98) 138

            No 6 - Council Land (26.05.98) 138

        Ceduna - No 7 - Keeping of Dogs (02.12.97) 6

        Cleve -

            No 1 - Permits and Penalties (02.12.97) 6

            No 2 – Animals and Birds (09.12.97) 27

            No 5 – Motor Boats (09.12.97) 27

        Coorong -

            No 1 – Permits and Penalties (07.07.98) 197

            No 2 – Council Land (07.07.98) 197

            No 3 – Creatures (07.07.98) 197

        Loxton Waikerie –

            No 1 - Permits and Penalties (26.05.98) 138

            No 2 – Dogs (26.05.98) 138

            No 3 - Poultry and Other Birds (26.05.98) 138

            No 4 – Bees (26.05.98) 138

            No 5 – Taxis (26.05.98) 138

            No 6 - Council Land (26.05.98) 138

        Mid Murray -

            No 11 – Permits and Penalties (18.08.98) 273

            No 12 – Council Land (18.08.98) 273

            No 13 – Moveable Signs (18.08.98) 273

            No 14 – Flammable Undergrowth (18.08.98) 273

            No 15 – Caravans (18.08.98) 273

            No 16 – Straying Stock (18.08.98) 273


    By-laws (continued) -

        Port Pirie City and District -

            No 1 – Permits and Penalties (18.08.98) 273

            No 2 – Moveable Signs (18.08.98) 273

            No 3 – Council Land (18.08.98) 273

            No 4 – Flammable Undergrowth (18.08.98) 273

            No 5 – Dogs (18.08.98) 273

            No 6 – Bees (18.08.98) 273

            No 7 – Animals and Birds (18.08.98) 273

            No 8 – Taxis (18.08.98) 273

        Renmark Paringa –

            No 3 – Poultry and Other Birds (26.03.98) 124

            No 4 – Streets (26.03.98) 124

        Tumby Bay -

            No 14 - Keeping of Dogs (30.06.98) 177

        Victor Harbor -

            No 1 - Permits and Penalties (02.12.97) 6

            No 2 - Repeal and Renumbering of By-Laws (02.12.97) 6

            No 3 - Height of Fences Near Intersections (02.12.97) 6

            No 4 - Garbage Removal (02.12.97) 6

            No 5 - Council Land (02.12.97) 6

            No 6 – Traffic (02.12.97) 6

            No 7 - Caravans, Tents and Camping (02.12.97) 6

            No 8 – Nuisances (02.12.97) 6

            No 9 – Bees (02.12.97) 6

            No 12 - Advertising Hoardings (02.12.97) 6

            No 13 - Flammable Undergrowth (02.12.97) 6

            No 14 - Controlling the Foreshore (02.12.97) 6

            No 15 - Vehicles Kept or Let for Hire (02.12.97) 7

            No 16 - Water Reserves (02.12.97) 7

        Wattle Range - No 10 - Bird Scarers (02.12.97) 7

        Yankalilla -

            No 15 - Foreshore (02.12.97) 7

            No 16 - Horses on the Foreshore and Sand Dunes (17.02.98) 58

Mount Gambier and District Health Services Incorporated (07.07.98) 197

Royal Adelaide Hospital –

    No 15 - Non Smoking Areas (30.06.98) 178

North Western Adelaide Health Service – Authorised Access (04.08.98) 235

 

Regulations under the following Acts -

Adoption -

    Fees    (02.06.98) 153

    Parents Register (02.12.97) 7

Animal and Plant Control (Agricultural Protection and Other Purposes) –

    Exotic Criminals Committee (02.12.97) 10

ASER (Restructure) -

    Contributions (30.06.98) 178

    The Site (17.02.98) 59

Associations Incorporation -

    Fees    (02.06.98) 154

    Revocation of Affiliated Associations (02.12.97) 8

    Various   (17.02.98) 59

 

Bank Mergers (South Australia) (24.03.98) 111

Bills of Sales – Fees (02.06.98) 154

Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration – Fees (02.06.98) 154

Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium - General Fees (02.06.98) 155

Building Workers Contractors -

    Fees    (02.06.98) 154

    Notification of Changes (02.06.98) 154

Business Names – Fees (02.06.98) 154

 

Chiropodists – Fees (30.06.98) 177

Community Titles – Fees (02.06.98) 154

Controlled Substances -

    Drugs of Dependence (17.02.98) 58

    General Fees (02.06.98) 153

    Pesticides Fees (02.06.98) 153

    Poison (17.02.98) 58

    Poisons Fees (02.06.98) 153

    Prohibited Substances (17.02.98) 58

    Strychnine (02.12.97) 7

Regulations (continued) -

Conveyancers -

    Consumer Affairs (02.06.98) 154

    Fees    (02.06.98) 154

Co-operatives – Principle (02.12.97) 8

Cremation - Cremation Permit Fees (02.06.98) 154

Criminal Injuries Compensation - Prescribed percentage (02.12.97) 8

Criminal Law (Sentencing) - reminder Notice Fees (02.06.98) 154

Crown Lands – Fees (02.06.98) 155

 

Dangerous Substances -

    Fees    (30.06.98) 178

    The Code (17.02.98) 58

Daylight Saving –

    1997-98 - Summer Time (02.12.97) 8

    1998-99 – Summer Time (04.08.98) 236

Development -

    Building Rules (17.02.98) 58

    Glenelg Foreshore (02.12.97) 7

    Private Certifiers (02.12.97) 7

    Private Certifiers (02.06.98) 153

    Smoke Alarms (17.02.98) 58

District Court – Fees (02.06.98) 154

Dog Fence - Prescribed Rate (17.02.98) 60

 

Education -

    Material and Services Charges (02.06.98) 155

    Non Government School Registrations (18.08.98) 274

    Principal (02.12.97) 9

    Teachers Registration (02.12.97) 9

Electoral -

    Failure to Vote Form (17.02.98) 59

    Miscellaneous amendments and forms (02.12.97) 8

Electrical Products – Principal (17.02.98) 60

Electricity - Vegetation Clearance (02.12.97) 10

Environment Protection -

    Beverage Containers Fees (02.06.98) 155

    Fees and Levy (02.06.98) 155

    Fees and Levy (30.06.98) 178

    Public Register (07.07.98) 197

Environment, Resources and Development Court -

    Fees in General Jurisdiction (02.06.98) 154

    Native Title Fees (02.06.98) 154

Explosives – Fees (30.06.98) 178

 

Fees Regulation -

    Appointment Fees (02.06.98) 153

    Education - Overseas Students (17.02.98) 58

    Water and Sewerage Fees (30.06.98) 178

Financial Institutions Duty –

    Dutiable Receipts (24.02.98) 78

    Principal (18.08.98) 274

Firearms -

    Compensation for Dealers (02.12.97) 8

    Exemption of Juniors (17.03.98) 94

    Fees    (02.06.98) 154

Fisheries -

    Abalone Fisheries (30.06.98) 179

    Blue Crab Fisheries (30.06.98) 179

    Blue Crab Fisheries – Fees (30.06.98) 179

    Expiation of Offences (17.02.98) 60

    Fish Processors (30.06.98) 179

    Fish Nets - Prohibited Areas (02.12.97) 10

    Lakes and Coorong Fishery (30.06.98) 179

    Lobster Pots (02.12.97) 10

    Management Committees (30.06.98) 179

    Marine Scalefish Fisheries (30.06.98) 179

    Miscellaneous Fishery (30.06.98) 179

    Prawn Fisheries (30.06.98) 179

    Protected Fishes (02.12.97) 10


Regulations – Fisheries (continued) -

    River Fishery (30.06.98) 179

    River Fishery Licences (02.12.97) 10

    Rock Lobster Fisheries General (04.08.98) 235

    Rock Lobster Fishery (30.06.98) 179

    White Pointer Shark (17.02.98) 60

Friendly Societies (South Australia) - Savings and Transitional (02.12.97) 8

 

Gaming Machines – Fees (02.06.98) 155

Gas – Various (17.02.98) 60

 

Harbors and Navigation –

    Blood Tests (09.12.97) 28

    Fees    (02.06.98) 153

    Fees    (30.06.98) 178

    Port Bonython (02.12.97) 8

    Recreational Vessel Licence (30.06.98) 179

    Restricted Areas – Goolwa (17.02.98) 58

    Traffic - Parking – Signs (26.05.98) 138

    West Beach Development (26.05.98) 138

 

Industrial and Employee Relations -

    Employer Public Employees (02.12.97) 8

    Unfair Dismissal (02.12.97) 8

Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration (Commonwealth Provisions) Amendment -

    Revocation - Affiliated Associations (02.12.97) 8

 

Juries – Jury Pools (17.03.98) 94

 

Land Agents -

    Consumer Affairs (02.06.98) 154

    Fees    (02.06.98) 154

Land and Business (Sale and Conveyancing) (07.07.98) 197

Land Tax -

    Fees    (02.06.98) 155

    Records and Certificates (17.02.98) 59

Land Valuers – Qualifications (02.06.98) 154

Libraries – Principle (25.08.98) 299

Liquor Licensing -

    Consumption on Flights (02.12.97) 8

    Dry Areas -

        Long Term (02.12.97) 8

        Long Term – Various (18.08.98) 274

        Short Term (02.12.97) 8

        Various – General (02.12.97) 8

    Fees    (02.06.98) 154

    Licence not required – Willunga High (26.05.98) 138

    Long Term Dry Areas -

        Barmera/Berri (17.03.98) 94

        Coober Pedy (02.12.97) 8

        Coober Pedy (26.05.98) 138

        Coober Pedy, Paringa and Wallaroo (02.12.97) 8

        Glenelg (02.12.97) 8

        Hallett Cove (26.05.98) 138

        Meningie (26.05.98) 138

        Port Adelaide (17.02.98) 59

        Port Augusta (17.02.98) 59

        Port Lincoln (17.02.98) 59

        Port Pirie (26.05.98) 138

        Seacliff (02.12.97) 8

        Victor Harbor (02.12.97) 8

    Short Term Dry Areas – Various (17.02.98) 59

Livestock – Principal (17.02.98) 60

Local Government -

    Local Government Superannuation Board -

        1994 Bonus Multiple (02.12.97) 7

        Contributions Tax (17.02.98) 58

        Derivatives (17.02.98) 58

        Extension of Benefit Cover (17.02.98) 58

        Spouse Members (17.02.98) 58

    Prescribed Controlling Authorities (02.12.97) 7


Regulations (continued) -

Long Service Leave - Records and Applications (02.12.97) 8

Lotteries and Gaming – Various (26.05.98) 139

 

Magistrates Court – Fees (02.06.98) 154

Meat Hygiene -

    Codes  (17.02.98) 60

    Fees    (30.06.98) 179

Medical Practitioners – Fees (02.12.97) 7

Mines and Works Inspection –

    Fees    (02.06.98) 155

    Principle (25.08.98) 299

Mining Act –

    Fees    (02.06.98) 155

    Prescribed Requirements (09.12.97) 28

    Principle (25.08.98) 299

Motor Vehicles -

    Administration Fee (26.05.98) 138

    Conditional Registration (26.05.98) 138

    Disabled Persons' Parking (26.05.98) 138

    Expiation Fees (02.06.98) 153

    Farm Machine (17.02.98) 58

    Fees    (02.12.97) 7

    Notification to Registrar of Change of Address (17.02.98) 58

    Power Assisted Pedal Cycle (09.12.97) 28

    Prescribed Fees (02.06.98) 153

    Provisional Drivers (26.05.98) 138

    Towing Rosters (18.08.98) 273

    Trade Plates (02.12.97) 7

    Trade Plates (18.08.98) 273

 

National Parks and Wildlife -

    Hunting Fees (02.06.98) 155

    Parking    (02.12.97) 9

    Permit Fees (02.06.98) 155

National Wine Centre - Prescribed Associations (02.12.97) 6

Native Vegetation –

    Exemptions (02.12.97) 9

    Exemptions (Variation to) (25.08.98) 300

 

Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare -

    Fees    (30.06.98) 178

    Opal Mining (17.02.98) 59

    Prescription Fees (01.07.98) 183

Occupational Therapists – Fees (02.06.98) 153

Opal Mining – Fees (02.06.98) 155

 

Partnership - Limited Partnerships (17.02.98) 59

Passenger Transport -

    Flag Falls (17.02.98) 58

    General Fees (02.06.98) 154

    Passenger Vehicles (02.12.97) 7

    Prescribed Period (02.12.97) 7

    Small Passenger Vehicles (17.02.98) 58

Pastoral Land Management and Conservation – Fees (02.06.98) 155

Petroleum – Fees (02.06.98) 155

Petroleum Products Regulations -

    Fees    (02.06.98) 155

    Licence Fees and Subsidies (26.05.98) 139

Petroleum (Submerged Lands) – Fees (02.06.98) 155

Physiotherapists –

    Qualifications (02.12.97) 7

    Qualifications (26.05.98) 138

Plumbers, Gas Fitters and Electricians -

    Fees    (02.06.98) 154

    Notification of Changes (02.06.98) 154

Police – Qualifications (02.12.97) 8

Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - Code of Practice – Circuses (17.02.98) 59

Prices – Revocation (02.12.97) 8

Private Parking Areas – Clamping (02.12.97) 7


Regulations (continued) -

Psychological Practices –

    Fees    (02.12.97) 7

    Fees    (04.08.98) 235

Public Corporations -

    Australian Masters Games (26.05.98) 139

    Funds SA Subsidiary Holding Corporation) (30.06.98) 178

    Interpretation (17.02.98) 59

    Land Management Corporation (17.02.98) 59

    SA Athletics Stadium (02.12.97) 9

Public and Environmental Health –

    Notifiable Diseases (26.05.98) 138

    Waste Control Fees (02.06.98) 154

 

Radiation Protection and Control – Fees (02.06.98) 154

Rail Safety – Principal (26.05.98) 138

Railways (Operations and Access) - Evidentiary Provisions (26.05.98) 138

Real Property -

    Fees    (02.06.98) 154

    Land Division Fees (02.06.98) 154

Registration of Deeds – Fees (02.06.98) 154

Retail and Commercial Leases – Exclusions (17.02.98) 59

Retail Shop Leases - Disclosure Statement (02.12.97) 8

Retirement Villages – Offences (02.06.98) 154

Roads (Opening and Closing) – Fees (02.06.98) 154

Road Traffic -

    Blood Test Kit (02.12.97) 7

    Clearways – Henley Beach Road (18.08.98) 273

    Clearways & Bus Lanes (17.02.98) 58

    Declaration of Hospitals (02.02.98) 58

    Declaration of Hospitals (04.08.98) 235

    Fees    (02.06.98) 154

    Flashing Lights (02.12.97) 7

    Obedience to Signs (17.02.98) 58

    Prohibition of Fishing from Bridge (18.08.98) 273

    School Zones (21.07.98) 213

    Signaling Devices (17.02.98) 58

    Southern Expressway (17.02.98) 58

    U Turns and Bus Lanes (02.12.97) 7

Roxby Downs (Indenture Ratification) - Local Government Arrangements (02.12.97) 10

Rules of Court

    Youth Court – Adoption (02.12.98) 8

 

Second Hand Dealers and Pawnbrokers (24.02.98) 77

Second-Hand Vehicles Dealers -

    Auction (02.12.97) 8

    Fees    (02.06.98) 154

    Penalties (02.06.98) 154

Security and Investigation Agents – Fees (02.06.98) 154

Seeds - Seed Analysis Fees (02.06.98) 155

Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia - Courses and Fees (17.02.98) 59

Sewerage - Other Charges (30.06.98) 178

Sexual Reassignment - Registration and Certificate Fees (02.06.98) 154

Sheriff's – Fees (02.06.98) 154

South Australian Co-operative and Community Housing -

    Electoral Procedures (26.05.98) 138

    Terms of Membership (26.05.98) 138

South Australian Health Commission -

    Compensable and Non-Medicare Patient Fees (02.06.98) 154

    Private Hospital Fees (02.06.98) 154

Stamp Duties -

    Sale of Stamps (17.02.98) 59

    Transactions Excluded (24.02.98) 78

State Records – Fees (02.06.98) 154

Stock Foods – Labeling (02.12.97) 10

Strata Titles - Fees Payable to Registrar-General (02.06.98) 154

Subordinate Legislation - Postponement from Expiry (02.12.97) 8

Superannuation – Voter (02.12.97) 9

Supreme Court -

    Fees    (02.06.98) 154

    Probate Fees (02.06.98) 154

 

Regulations (continued) -

Technical and Further Education -

    Principal (02.12.97) 9

    Revocation of Regulation 66 (21.07.98) 214

    Vehicles (25.08.98) 299

Tobacco Products Regulation –

    Licence Fees (26.05.98) 139

    Licence Fees (02.06.98) 155

Trade Measurement Administration – Fees (02.06.98) 154

Trade Standards -

    Cots for Household use (30.06.98) 178

    Lighters   (30.06.98) 178

Travel Agents -

    License and Annual Fees (02.06.98) 155

    Notification of Changes (02.06.98) 155

 

Valuation and Land - Fees and Allowances (02.06.98) 155

Veterinary Surgeons - Rules of Conduct (30.06.98) 179

 

Water Resources -

    Extension of Period (01.07.98) 183

    Fees    (02.06.98) 155

    Revocation of Proclaimed Wells Lacepede (17.02.98) 59

Waterworks - Other Charges (30.06.98) 178

West Beach Recreation Reserve - West Beach Development (26.05.98) 138

Wheat Marketing Act - Regulations – Principal (26.05.98) 139

WorkCover Corporation - Claims Management – Contracts (02.12.97) 8

Worker's Liens – Fees (02.06.98) 155

Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation -

    Charges - Private Hospitals (02.12.97) 8

    Practice Directions - Dispute Resolution (17.02.98) 59

    Rules - Revocation of Tribunal Practice Directions (02.12.97) 9

 

Youth Court –

    Adoption Fees (26.05.98) 138

    Fees    (02.06.98) 155

 

Petitions

Aboriginal Education Programs at Salisbury and Regency Institute of TAFE - No 70 (03.06.98) 155

1998 Adelaide Festival of Arts Poster - No 3 (02.12.97) 5

Air & Noise Pollution - Mason & Cox Foundry - No 29 (24.02.98) 77

 

Brothels - Legislation for Regulation of - No 20 (10.12.97) 37

Bus Service from Aberfoyle to Marion Shopping Centres -

    No 16 (09.12.97) 27

    No 30 (24.02.98) 77

 

City of Adelaide boundaries and Ward representation – No 43 (26.05.98) 136

Clearway Restrictions on Grand Junction Road – No 38 (18.03.98) 99

Commercial Scallop Harvesting - Ban - Coffin Bay - No 28 (18.02.98) 65

Common Youth Allowance and higher education funding – No 58 (26.05.98) 137

Compulsory Third Party Insurance  - Exclusion of 5173 post code area – No 86 (19.08.98) 281

Criminal Sentencing – Inderterminate Duration –

    No 79 (22.07.98) 217

    No 85 (18.08.98) 273

 

Duck Shooting Ban -

    No 4 (02.12.97) 5

    No 5 (02.12.97) 5

    No 9 (03.12.97) 15

 

Equal Representation – Parliament –

    No 33 (17.03.98) 93

    No 37 (18.03.98) 99

ETSA and Optima - Sale of Assets –

    No 68 (03.06.98) 159

    No 76 (08.07.98) 201

    No 77 (09.07.98) 208

    No 90 (26.08.98) 327


Petitions (continued) -

European Wasp – Funding for Eradication of

    No 36 (17.03.98) 93

    No 40 (19.03.98) 107

    No 56 (26.05.98) 137

    No 57 (26.05.98) 137

    No 66 (02.06.98) 153

Euthanasia - Opposition to Legislation - No 1 (02.12.97) 5

Exotic Rabbits – possession, use and disposal of –

    No 53 (26.05.98) 136

    No 73 (01.07.98) 183

 

Funding for Erruppa Blue Light Camp - No 42 (26.03.98) 124

 

Gambling Restrictions - No 10 (03.12.97) 15

Gawler Race Course –

    No 59 (27.05.98) 143

    No 60 (27.05.98) 143

Glenthorne - Agricultural High School - No 32 (25.02.98) 83

 

Hallett Cove Beach - Sand Replenishment -

    No 67 (03.06.98) 159

    No 72 (01.07.98) 183

    No 91 (27.08.98) 336

Health System Volunteers - No 23 (11.12.97) 49

Henley Beach Police Station - Proposed Closure -

    No 8 (02.12.97) 5

    No 18 (10.12.97) 37

Heroin Addicts Detoxification Program - No 6 (02.12.97) 5

Heysen Trail - Public Access - No 19 (10.12.97) 37

Heysen Trail – Legal Status of – No 81 (05.08.98) 247

Hume factory at Ingle Farm – No 88 (20.08.98) 289

 

Land Fill at Medlow Road Uleybury – No 78 (22.07.98) 217

Language Studies - State Schools - No 26 (17.02.98) 57

Liquor Licenses -Supervision and Management - No 7 (02.12.97) 5

Living Health – Ongoing support and funding arrangements

    No 44 (26.05.98) 136

    No 45 (26.05.98) 136

    No 46 (26.05.98) 136

    No 47 (26.05.98) 136

    No 48 (26.05.98) 136

    No 49 (26.05.98) 136

    No 62 (28.05.98) 149

    No 63 (28.05.98) 149

    No 64 (28.05.98) 149

    No 71 (30.06.98) 177

    No 75 (02.07.98) 192

Lobethal Police Station - Closure - No 2 (02.12.97) 5

Lot 9 Noarlunga to Cape Jervois Road - Proposed Development - No 15 (09.12.97) 27

Lyell McEwin Hospital Upgrade - No 61 (27.05.98) 143

 

Nangwarry – Permanent stationing of a police officer – No 54 (26.05.98) 136

NAPCAN Report - Child Sexual Abuse Cases - No 21 (10.12.97) 37

National Rail Freight Centre – No 87 (20.08.98) 289

Net Fishing between Point Bollingbrook and Cape Donnington - No 69 (03.06.98) 155

 

Open Space - Planning System - No 27 (18.02.98) 65

 

Patawalonga Stormwater - Disposal of - No 25 (17.02.98) 57

Peterborough, Subway under the Railyard – No 80 (04.08.98) 235

Poker Machines - Opposition to Installation in Marion Shopping Complex -

    No 13 (09.12.97) 27

    No 14 (09.12.97) 27

    No 35 (17.03.98) 93

Police Officers - Increased Patrols - No 31 (24.02.98) 77

Pork Products Labeling – No 82 (06.08.98) 263

Preservation of Urban and Bushland Trees – No 41 (25.03.98) 117

Professional Fishing reach licences along the Murray - No 52 (26.05.98) 136

 

Retail Trading Hours – No 65 (28.05.98) 149

 

Petitions (continued) -

South Adelaide Creche –

    Action of the Heritage Branch – No 83 (06.08.98) 263

    Investigation by the Environment, Resource and Development Committee – No 89 (25.08.98) 299

State Heritage Authority – No 34 (17.03.98) 93

Suffering of Animals – No 50 (26.05.98) 136

 

TAB Magill - Installation of Toilet Facilities - No 11 (04.12.97) 24

TAB Agency at Squatters Arms Hotel - No 22 (10.12.97) 37

 

Victoria Square – Proposed as a dry zone –

    No 55 (26.05.98) 136

    No 84 (18.08.98) 273

 

Walkleys Heights - Rezoning - No 74 (01.07.98) 183

Warriparinga Laffers Triangle - No 12 (09.12.97) 24

Waste Water Treatment Plant - Victor Harbor - No 24 (17.02.98) 57

Water Pricing Policy - No 17 (09.12.97) 27

Wellington Hotel – application for a poker machine licence - No 51 (26.05.98) 136

 

Zoning Provisions of the Camden Park Primary School – No 39 (18.03.98) 99