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VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

OF THE

 

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

 

 

DURING THE

 

FOURTH SESSION OF THE FORTY NINTH PARLIAMENT

 

2000 – 2001

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FINAL

 

 

 


 

 

INDEX

 

VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

of the

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

For the Fourth Session of the Forty Ninth Parliament, 2000 - 2001

 

NOTE

 

For proceedings on Bills, see separate section under 'Bills'

For proceedings on Motions, see under 'Motions'

For Papers laid on the Table, see Index to Papers and Bills

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Address in Reply

Mover nominated 7; moved 15; debate 16, 22, 23, 25, completed 26 presented 35.

 

Adjournment -

Debate – 23, 26, 33, 39, 175, 179, 186, 190, 203, 209, 213, 341, 363, 389, 405, 409, 437, 444, 456.

Extension of time for –

Beyond 5.00 pm – 16, 47, 74, 94, 120, 129, 170, 220, 240, 274, 324, 399, 417, 475, 504.

            Beyond 10.00 pm –  53, 67, 82, 87, 100, 111, 194, 226, 249, 270, 288, 310, 317,

333, 426, 432, 463, 469, 483, 493.

            Beyond Midnight – 82, 130, 254, 378, 494.

At Midnight – 88, 470.

 

Assembly

            Motion –

                        Censure of Government – negative 185.

                        Censure of Treasurer – 238, passed – 239.

 

Auditor-General Reports 1999-2000 and 2000-2001

Examination in Committee of the Whole –

            In Committee – 1999-2000 – 31, 38 & 2000-2001 – 426, 431(2), 432.

            motion for (SSO) – 1999-2000 – 31 & 2000-2001 – 426.

 

Bills – Items of Interest (for full listing of Bills see section BILLS INDEX below)

·         Absolute majority - Constitution Bill – 235, passed - 237.

·         Bill divided into two Bills – 241.

·         Bill Out of Order – Referendum (Gaming Machines) Bill – Private Members Bill contains a clause for appropriation – 451.

·         Hybrid Bill - Statutes Amendment (Mobil Oil Refineries) Bill – Joint Standing Orders suspended to enable the Bill to pass through its remaining stages without the necessity for reference to a Select Committee – 494.

·         Leave to amend motion to introduce – 45.

·         Leave to introduce a Bill – negatived by division 108, on voices 109.

·         Leave to introduce Bill withdrawn, by leave, there being the same Bill already on the Notice Paper – 471.

·         Pecuniary Interest – Disallowance of vote due to – motion re – 66 (negatived)

·         Recission of Vote – 3rd reading rescinded to enable a Committee of the Whole – 442.

 

 

 

Bills – Items of Interest

In Committee –

            amendment to amendment – 52, 57

            amendment to amendment to amendment –

            amendment withdrawn

            Instruction to Committee – 226, 241.

            Safeguarding amendment – 136.

 

Ballot –

            Standing orders Committee – appointment 7.

 

Business –

Discharge of – 72, 183, 186, 215, 292, 366, 395, 497, 498.

Rearrangement of – 145.

Postponement of – 25, 26, 36, 37, 38, 41(2), 42(2), 43, 46, 67, 71(3), 72(2), 80(2), 85(2), 86, 92(2), 108, 115(2), 125(2), 129, 139, 140, 154, 158, 165, 170, 182(2), 183(2), 186, 189(4), 190(2), 195, 199, 200(3), 201, 208(2), 211, 212(2), 213, 215(4), 216(2), 217(2), 218, 232, 235(2), 241, 262, 269, 271(3), 272, 287, 291(2), 292(2), 293, 313, 314(2), 315 (2), 321, 323, 334, 338, 343(2), 346, 347, 353, 359, 360(2), 365(2), 366(2), 367(2), 374, 375, 378, 395(4), 396(2), 398, 405, 409, 411, 412, 430, 431, 435(2), 437(2), 441(2), 448, 449, 451, 452, 455, 461(2). 462(2), 466, 467(3), 471(4), 472481, 483, 489, 490, 495, 497(4), 498(2), 499(3), 500(2), 505(2), 506.

 

Chairman of Committees –

            Casting Vote – 132, 374.

            Ruling – disagreement to – 370.

 

Committees –

            Estimates

            Motion for attendance of Legislative Council Ministers – 314, agreed to 317.

            Committee A – 318.

                        Minutes of Proceedings and Report, (2001) – 332.

            Committee B – 318.

                        Minutes of Proceedings and Report, (2001) – 332.

 

            Joint

            Joint Parliamentary Service

                        Substitution of Member – 388.

 

            Electricity Businesses Disposal Process

                        Interim Report -

                        Power to act -

                        Power to continue –

 

            Transport Safety –

                        Instruction – 311.

                        Interim Report -

                        Motion to extend terms of reference – 341.

                        Power to report out of sitting – 504.

Power to continue – 7

 

            Impact of Dairy Deregulation on the Industry in South Australia –

                        Appointed – 366.

                        Interim Report – 503.

                        Leave to sit – 488.

                        Motion re and passed – 366.

                        Power to report out of sitting – 497.

Substitution of Member – 437.

            Select

            Adelaide Park Lands Protection

                        Appointed – 322.

                        Extension of time – 388, 503.

                        Leave to sit – 358, 408.

                        Motion re – 322.

 

            DETE Funded Schools

                        Appointed – 73.

                        Extension of time – 178, 358, 408.

                        Leave to sit – 174, 206, 262, 278.

                        Motion re – 43, 72 (amended), passed 73.

                        Power to report out of sitting – 497.

 

            Groundwater Resources in the South East

                        Appointed – 240.

                        Extension of time – 332, 389, 503.

                        Leave to sit – 271, 281, 313, 358, 429, 448, 467, 489, 503.

                        Motion re – 240.

                        Power to report out of sitting – 505.

 

            Murray River

                        Extension of time – 8, 174, 339.

                        Leave to sit – 206, 225.

                        Power to continue – 8.

                        Reported – 359.

 

            Parliamentary Procedures and Practices

                        Appointed – 126.

                        Extension of time – 231, 360, 409, 489.

                        Leave to sit – 144, 158, 174.

                        Motion re – 91, passed 126.

                        Interim Report – Motion to note 359, passed 408.

 

            Petrol, Diesel and LPG Pricing

                        Appointed – 189.

                        Interim Report – 489.

                        Motion re – (amended). passed 189.

                        Extension of time – 359, 408, 489.

 

            Public Hospital System Funding

                        Appointed – 166.

                        Extension of time – 286, 360, 409, 489.

                        Motion re – 165.

 

            Sessional

            Publishing (formerly Printing) –

Appointed – 7

First Report –

Second Report – 502.

 

Standing Orders –

            Appointed – (Ballot required) 7.

 

            Standing

            Legislative Review

                        Substitution of Member – 388.

 

            Occupational Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation

                        Substitution of Member – 416.

Conferences

Contingent Notice of Motion –

 

Debate –

            Cognate -

 

Distinguished visitor

 

Divisions

            Correction of Division list – 74, 425.

            Not proceeded with – 469.

            Only one No: 116, 126, 130, 254, 258, 272, 378, 393, 412.

            Only one Aye: 100, 217, 257(2), 400, 499.

 

Divisions List–

·         Auditor-General’s Hindmarsh Stadium Inquiry – Invitation to report on the Statements of the Member for Coles

·         on amendment to the motion – That the question be put – 425.

·         suspension of standing orders to enable motion to be moved forthwith – 424.

·         Authorised Betting Operations Bill – 110, 143.

·         Censure of the Government (Negatived) – 185

·         Censure of the Treasurer – 239.

·         City of Adelaide (Advertising at Adelaide Oval) Amendment Bill – 345(2).

·         City of Adelaide (Development within Park Lands) Amendment Bill – 344.

·         Constitution (Parliamentary Terms) Amendment Bill – 236

·         Controlled Substances (Cultivation of Cannabis) Amendment Bill – (Adjourn debate - 292.

·         Criminal Law (Legal Representation) Bill – 379.

·         Dental Practices Bill – 159, 160(2).

·         Education (Councils and Charges) Amendment Bill – 81.

·         Free Prebyterian Church (Vesting of Property) Bill – 393, 400.

·         Gaming Machines (Freeze on Gaming Machines) Amendment Bill – 116, 122.

·         Hindmarsh Soccer Stadium (Auditor-General’s Report) Bill – 371, 374.

·         Industries Development (Assistance to Prescribed Businesses) Amendment Bill – 498.

·         Lotteries Commission (Disposal) Bill – (leave to introduce negatived) – 108.

·         Member’s explanation – 334.

·         Motorola Inquiry (Powers and Privileges) Bill 200.

·         Native Title (South Australia)(Validation and Confirmation) Amendment Bill – 136, 137.

·         Native Vegetation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – 484, 491, 492.

·         Parliamentary sitting days – motion re and negative – 367.

·         Parliamentary Superannuation (Transfer of Old Scheme Members to the new Scheme) Amendment Bill – 217.

·         Question time extended – 273, 358.

·         Racing (Proprietary Business Licensing) Bill – 67, 68, 75, 76.

·         Referendum (Gaming Machines) Bill – 412.

·         Rescission of vote – 373.

·         South Australian Ports (Disposal of Maritime Assets) Bill – 52, 53, 66(2), 132.

·         Speaker’s ruling - disagreement to – 370, 372.

·         Statutes Amendment (Courts and Judicial Administration) Bill – 508.

·         Statutes Amendment (Gambling Regulation No 1) Bill – 247, 248, 249, 251, 252, 253, 254, 267, 269, 285, 286.

·         Suspension of Standing Orders – 107, 138, 139, 145, 169, 239, 345, 353, 372, 507.

·         Suspension of Standing Orders (lack of absolute majority) – 231.

·         TAB (Disposal) Bill – 95.

·         Victims of Crime Bill – amendment to – 443.

·         Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – 482.

 

Governor -

Opening Speech, tabled – 2.

Proclamation summoning Parliament – 1

Summons from – 1.

Former – (Condolence motion)

            Death of Sir Mark Oliphant KBE – 2.

           

Grievance debate

7, 13, 22, 26, 31, 35, 44, 51, 62, 74, 80, 85, 93, 99, 107, 119, 129, 154, 158, 169, 174, 178, 185, 188, 193, 202, 206, 211, 219, 225, 231, 240, 246, 261, 273, 278, 281, 299, 313, 332, 338, 346, 350, 358, 369, 388, 392, 397, 404, 408, 416, 429, 436, 440, 448, 453, 461, 466, 473, 481, 488, 503.

 

Legislative Council Vacancy – Assembly of Members of the Two Houses – Minutes of Proceedings – 3.

 

Members –

            Former – (Condolence motion)

                        Death of Hon David Tonkin AO – 2.

                        Death of Hon G T Virgo AM – 150.

                        Death of Hon J E McLeay – 157.

                        Death of Mr A R Burdon – 330.

                        Death of Mr G T Whitten – 330.

            Leave of absence

                        Mr Lewis, 3 days – 273.

            Named –

                        Mr Lewis (Hammond) explanation, suspended 333.

 

Messages – (Messages from the Governor and Legislative Council are listed below).

            To Legislative Council when the House is not sitting – 221.

 

Motions – (Motions are listed separately below).

 

Privilege – Matters of raised

Allegations of an attempt to prevent the Member for Ross Smith from discharging his duties as a Member – 158. Statement – 167.

Possible misleading of the House by Min for Tourism re cancellation of Le Mans Race 2001 – 158. Statement – 167.

Member for Ross Smith’s freedom of speech limited by an outside body and Statement 168.

Use by a member of the Premier’s personal staff of parliamentary media equipment – 301.

Allegations of an attempt to prevent the Member for Price from discharging his duties as a Member – 397. Statement – 403.

 

Proclamation – 1.

 

Remembrance Day –

 

Rescission of Votes               373

 

Sitting –

            Continued during conference –

            Extension of sitting

                        Beyond 1.00 pm – 237.

Beyond 6.00 pm – 76, 94, 145, 175, 179, 190, 268, 431, 506.

Next day of – 8, 26, 44, 93, 121, 145, 170, 185, 219, 240, 274, 347, 369, 416, 453, 474, 506.

Serious disorder –

Suspension and resumption – 1, 2(2), 65, 117, 132, 146., 150, 151, 157, 237, 245, 269, 321,

330, 415, 431, 468.

 

Senate Vacancy – Joint Sitting of Members of the Two Houses – Minutes of Proceedings – 21

 

Speaker –

            Absolute majority (Constitution Bill) – 235, 236.

Casting vote – 101, 138, 139, 185, 358, 373, 374, 452, 507.

            Papers tabled – 3, 13, 117, 127, 173, 177, 224, 357, 501.

            Ruling –

                 Ballot Results – 13.

           Bill Out of Order – Referendum (Gaming Machines) Bill – a Private Members Bill contained a clause for appropriation – 451.

Hybrid Bill - Statutes Amendment (Mobil Oil Refineries) Bill – 494.

     Use of parliamentary media equipment by member of the Premier’s personal staff – 301.

                 Disagreement to – 370, 371.

 

            Statements –

                 Matters of Privilege Raised

Allegations of an attempt to prevent the Member for Price from discharging his duties as a Member – 397. Statement – 403.

Allegations of an attempt to prevent the Member for Ross Smith from discharging his duties as a Member – 158. Statement – 167.

Member for Ross Smith’s freedom of speech limited by an outside body and Statement 168.

Possible misleading of the House by Min for Tourism re cancellation of Le Mans Race 2001 – 158. Statement – 167.

           Tabling of Auditor-General’s Report – 337.

 

Standing Orders, Suspension of –

To enable

·         Appropriation Bill – to enable

(a)           the Premier to have leave to continue his remarks on the Appropriation Bill immediately after moving “That this Bill be now read a second time”;

(b)           the Treasurer (Hon R I Lucas MLC) to be immediately admitted to the House for the purpose of giving a speech in relation to the Appropriation Bill; and

(c)           the second reading speech on the Appropriation Bill to be resumed on motion – 287.

·         A message from the Legislative Council relating to the Constitution (Parliamentary Terms) Amendment Bill to be dealt with forthwith – 413.

·         Committee Reports to be further considered – 196, 358, 359.

·         further consideration in Committee of the Gaming Machines (Freeze on Gaming Machines) Amendment Bill be resumed – 121.

·         Government Business to take precedence over Committee Reports - 194

·         her (Ms Thompson) to move a motion for the rescission of the vote on Notice of Motion: Committee Reports No 6 – 37.

·         him (Mr Atkinson) to introduce a Bill forthwith and for it to pass through all stages without delay – 107 (Lapsed due to lack of absolute majority).

·         him to move a motion forthwith – (Rann) 138; (Conlon) 139, (Conlon) 169, (Lewis) 411, (Lewis) 423, (McEwen) 423, (Foley) 424, 425, (Min for Education) 442.

·         him (Hon MD Rann) to move motion forthwith (Censure of Government) – 184.

·         him (Hon MD Rann) to move motion forthwith (Lapsed due a lack of an absolute majority) – 230

·         him (Hon MD Rann) to move motion forthwith (Censure of the Treasurer) – 238.

·         Him (Foley) to move a notion forthwith (Censure of Member for Coles) – 436.

·         him (Mr Lewis) to move an instruction to the Committee without notice – 226.

·         him (Premier) to move an instruction to the Committee without notice – 241.

·         him (Deputy Premier) to introduce a Bill forthwith (Real Property (Fees) Amendment Bill – 278.

·         him (Hon M R Buckby) to introduce a Bill forthwith (Statutes Amendment (Taxation Measures) Bill – 294.

·         him (Hon R B Such) to move motion forthwith – 345.

·         message to be taken into consideration forthwith – 284.

·         Him (Mr Lewis) to extend his remarks for up to a further 15 minutes – 359.

·         Other Motions to be postponed until Notices of Motion: Private Members Bill / Committees / Regulations No 6 is disposed of – 235.

·         Other Motions to be postponed until Order of the Day: Private Members Bill / Committees / Regulations are disposed of – 116.

·         Notices of Motion: Other Motions to be postponed until Order of the Day: Private Members Bills / Committees / Regulations No 6 (No 8), (No 21) is disposed of – 126, (165), (412).

·         Notices of Motion: Other Motions to be postponed until Orders of the Day: Private Members Bills / Committees / Regulations are disposed of – 72.

·         Notice of Motion: Other Motions No 19 to be disposed of – 415.

·         Order of the Day: Government Business to be taken into consideration forthwith – 195.

·         Order of the Day: Other Motions No 4 to be proceeded with forthwith – 146.

·         Other Motions to be taken into consideration forthwith – 208, 212.

·         Order of the Day: Private Members Bills/Committees/Regulations No 8 to be disposed of – 367.

·         Order of the Day: Private Members Bills/Committees/Regulations No 16 to be dealt with until 12.30 pm – 499.

·         Orders of the Day: Private Members Bills/Committees/Regulations to continue until 12.30 pm – 499.

·         Private Members Bills/Committees/Regulations to be taken into consideration forthwith – 189.

·         Questions without notice and noting of Grievances to be taken into consideration forthwith – 321.

·         Rescission of vote – 372.

·         the introduction forthwith and passage through all stages without delay of the Hindmarsh Soccer Stadium (Auditor-General’s Report) Bill – 369.

·         the Bill to pass through its remaining stages without delay:

Gaming Machines (Freeze on Gaming Machines) Amendment Bill – 115.

Gaming Machines (Freeze on Gaming Machines) Amendment Bill (No 2) – 144.

Local Government (Consultation on Rating Policies) Amendment Bill – 504.

Native Title (South Australia)(Validation and Confirmation) Amendment Bill – 135.

Software Centre Inquiry (Powers and Immunities) Bill – 207.

·         the Bills to pass through all stages without delay:

·         Explosives (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, Cooperative Schemes (Administrative Actions) Bill and Criminal Law (Sentencing)(Sentencing Procedures) Amendment Bill – 353.

·         Retail and Commercial Leases (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – 380.

·         Statutes Amendment (Bookmakers) Bill – 467.

·         Referendum (Gaming Machines) Bill – 412.

·         the House to sit beyond 1.00 pm – 412.

·         the House to sit beyond 1.00 pm and to enable Order of the Day: Private Members Bills/ Committees/ Regulations No 6 is disposed of – 236.

·         the House to sit beyond Midnight – 82, 130, 196, 254, 311, 378, 494.

·         the introduction of Government Bills before the Address in Reply is completed – 14.

·         the Committee to authorise the disclosure or publication, as it sees fit, of any evidence presented to the Committee prior to such evidence being reported to the House:

·         the Select Committee DETE Funded Schools – 73.

·         Select Committee on Public Hospital System Funding – 166.

·         the Select Committee Petrol, Diesel and LPG Pricing – 225.

·         the Select Committee on Adelaide Park Lands – 322.

·         the Joint Committee on Impact of Dairy Deregulation on the Industry in South Australia – 366.

·         The vote for the Next Day of Sitting to be rescinded – 507.

·         The Report of the Auditor-General 2000-201 to be referred to a committee of the whole House – 426.

·         the time allotted to this motion (Censure of Treasurer), be extended to enable any Member wishing to speak to do so, but that no Member shall be permitted to speak longer than 10 minutes – passed 239.

 

Joint Standing Orders – to enable

 

·         the Statutes Amendment (Mobil Oil Refineries) Bill to pass through its remaining stages without the necessity for reference to a Select Committee – 494.

 

Lack of absolute majority – 107, 231.

 

 

MESSAGES

 

Messages from the Governor –

No 1     Senate Vacancy – 2

No 2     Adelaide Cemeteries Authority Bill – Recommending – 13.

No 3     Education (Councils and Charges) Amendment Bill – Recommending – 25.

No 4     Authorised Betting Operations Bill – Recommending – 49.

No 5     TAB (Disposal) Bill – Recommending – 49.

No 6     Stamp Duties (Land Rich Entities and Redemption) Amendment Bill – Recommending – 61.

No 7     South Australian Ports (Disposal of Maritime Assets) Bill – Recommending – 65.

No 8     Assent to Bill – 79.

No 9     Assent to Bill – 105.

No 10    Police Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – Recommending – 117.

No 11    Authorised Lotteries Bill – Recommending – 105.

No 12    Lotteries Commission (Disposal) Bill – Recommending – 105.

No 13    Assent to Bills – 126.

No 14    Assent to Bills – 149.

No 15    Police Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – Recommending – 150.

No 16    Alice Springs to Darwin Railway (Financial Commitment) Amendment Bill – Recommending – 184.

No 17    Assent to Bills – 187.

No 18    Assent to Bill – 205.

No 19    Supply Bill – Recommending – 218.

No 20    Assent to Bills – 223.

No 21    Assent to Bills – 223.

No 22    Criminal Law (Legal Representation) Bill – Recommending – 223.

No 23    First Home Owner (New Homes) Amendment Bill  and Victims of Crime Bill – Recommending – 272.

No 24    Appropriation Bill – Recommending – 293.

No 25    Assent to Bills – 293.

No 26    Assent to Bills – 297.

No 27    Assent to Bills – 329.

No 28    Assent to Bills – 383.

No 29    Gene Technology Bill – Recommending – 384.

No 30    Unclaimed Superannuation Benefits (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – Recommending – 384.

No 31    Rail Transport Facilitation Fund Bill – Recommending – 397.

No 32    Statutes Amendment (Governor’s Remuneration) Bill – Recommending – 397.

No 33    Statutes Amendment (Public Trustee) Bill – Recommending – 415.

No 34    Assent to Bills – 421.

No 35    Aquaculture Bill – Recommending – 439.

No 36    Assent to Bills – 459.

No 37    Statutes Amendment (Bookmakers) Bill – Recommending – 459.

No 38    Assent to Bills – 479.

 

Messages from the Legislative Council –

No 1     Joint Parliamentary Service Committee – 14.

No 2     Standing Orders Committee – 14.

No 3     Printing Committee – 14.

No 4     Association Incorporation (Oppressive or Unreasonable Acts) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 26.

No 5     Electronic Transactions Bill – transmitting – 32.

No 6     Adelaide Festival Centre Trust (Composition of Trust) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 32.

No 7     South Australian Country Arts Trust (Appointments to Trust and Boards) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 32.

No 8     Harbors and Navigation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 32.

No 9     First Home Owner Grant (New Zealand Citizens) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 39.

No 10    Road Traffic (Alcohol Interlock Scheme) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 54.

No 11    Statutes Amendment (Transport Portfolio) Bill – transmitting – 68.

No 12    Shop Theft (Alternative Enforcement) Bill – transmitting – 75.

No 13    Statutes Amendment (Federal Courts – State Jurisdiction) Bill – transmitting – 76.

No 14    Barley Marketing (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – returned without amendment – 86.

No 15    Shop Trading Hours (Glenelg Tourist Precinct) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 87.

No 16    Legal Practitioners (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 87.

No 17    Controlled Substances (Drug Offensive Division) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 87.

No 18    Nuclear waste Storage Facility (Prohibition No.2) Bill – returned without amendment – 88.

No 19    Racing (Transitional Provisions) Amendment Bill – returned without amendment – 88.

No 20    Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare (Penalties) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 95.

No 21    Hairdressers (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 100.

No 22    Development (System Improvement Program) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 101.

No 23    Construction Industry Long Service Leave (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 112.

No 24    South Australian Ports (Disposal of Maritime Assets) Bill – returned with amendments – 131.

No 25    Maritime Services (Access) Bill – returned without amendment – 132.

No 26    Harbors and Navigation (Control of Harbors) Amendment Bill – returned without amendment – 133.

No 27    Construction Industry Training Fund (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – returned without amendment – 133.

No 28    South Australian Country Arts Trust (Appointments to Trust and Boards) Amendment Bill – returned without amendment – 133.

No 29    Electrical Products Bill – returned without amendment – 133.

No 30    Stamp Duty (Land Rich Entities and Redemption) Amendment Bill – returned with an amendment – 133.

No 31    Native Title (South Australia)(Validation and Confirmation) Amendment Bill – transmitted – 133.

No 32    Racing (Proprietary Business Licensing) Bill – returned with amendments – 134.

No 33    TAB (Disposal) Bill – returned with amendments – 140.

No 34    Authorised Betting Operations Bill – returned with amendments – 142.

No 35    Education (Councils and Charges) Amendment Bill– returned with amendments – 143.

No 36    Racing (Proprietary Business Licensing) Bill – returned not insisting on disagreed amendment with an alternative amendment – 144.

No 37    Gaming Machines (Freeze on Gaming Machines) Amendment Bill (No 2) – transmitted – 144.

No 38    Country Fires (Incident Control) Amendment Bill – returned with amendments – 146.

No 39    Native Title (South Australia)(Validation and Confirmation) Amendment Bill – agreeing to amendments without any amendment – 147.

No 40    Development (System Improvement Program) Amendment Bill – agreeing to amendments without any amendment - 147

No 41    TAB (Disposal) Bill – agreeing to amendment without any amendment – 147.

No 42    Authorised Betting Operations Bill – not insisting on disagreed amendment – 147.

No 43    Casino (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 147.

No 44    State Disaster (State Disaster Committee) Amendment Bill – transmitting - 185

No 45    Essential Services (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 186.

No 46    Netherby Kindergarten (Variation of Waite Trust) Bill – returned without amendment – 186.

No 47    Community Titles (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 188.

No 48    Legal Assistance (Restrained Property) Amendment Bill transmitting – 190.

No 49    Fisheries (Southern Zone Lobster Fishery Rationalization) Act Repeal Bill – returned without any amendment – 195.

No 50    Alice Springs to Darwin Railway (Financial Commitment) Amendment Bill – returned without amendment – 197.

No 51    Youth Court (Judicial Tenure) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 206.

No 52    Expiation of Offences (Trifling Offences) Amendment Bill – transmitting - 207.

No 53    Sandalwood Act Repeal Bill – returned without amendment – 207.

No 54    Lake Eyre Basin (Intergovernmental Agreement) Bill – returned without amendment – 208.

No 55    Police Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – returned without amendment – 219.

No 56    Software Centre Inquiry (Powers and Immunities) Bill – returned with amendments – 221.

No 57    Community Titles (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – returned without any amendment – 221.

No 58    Listening Devices (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 225.

No 59    Statutes Amendment (Transport Portfolio) Bill – transmitting – 225.

No 60    Statutes Amendment (Avoidance of Duplication of Environment Procedures) Bill – returned without any amendment – 226.

No 61    Statutes Amendment (Transport Portfolio) Bill – returned without amendment – 242.

No 62    Adelaide Cemeteries Authority Bill – transmitting – 273.

No 63    Statutes Amendment (Gambling Regulation No 1) Bill – returned with amendments – 282.

No 64    Statutes Amendment (Gambling Regulation No 1) Bill – agreeing to amendment – 288.

No 65    Attendance of the Treasurer – Appropriation Bill – 288.

No 66    Corporations (Commonwealth Powers) Bill – transmitting – 299.

No 67    Corporations (Ancillary Provisions) Bill – transmitting – 300.

No 68    Corporations (Administrative Actions) Bill – transmitting – 300.

No 69    Statutes Amendment (Corporations) Bill – transmitting – 300.

No 70    Dental Practice Bill – returned with amendments – 301.

No 71    Land Agents (Registration) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 310.

No 72    Real Property (Fees) Amendment Bill – returned without amendment – 310.

No 73    Joint Committee on Transport Safety – 311.

No 74    Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 317.

No 75    Estimates Committees – Attendance of Ministers – 317.

No 76    Protection of Marine Waters (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 326.

No 77    Law Reform (Contributory Negligence and Apportionment of Liability) Bill – transmitting – 333.

No 78    Graffiti Control Bill – transmitting – 333.

No 79    Joint Committee on Dairy Regulation –Be appointed – 347.

No 80    Electoral (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 350.

No 81    Statutes Amendment (Taxation Measures) Bill – returned without amendment – 351.

No 82    First Home Owner Grant (New Homes) Amendment Bill – returned without amendment – 351.

No 83    Explosives (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 351.

No 84    Free Presbyterian Church (Vesting of Property) Bill – transmitting – 351.

No 85    Co-operative Schemes (Administrative Actions) Bill – transmitting – 351.

No 86    Adelaide Cemeteries Authority Bill – agreeing to amendments – 351.

No 87    Criminal Law (Sentencing)(Sentencing Procedures) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 351.

No 88    Criminal Law (Legal Representation) Bill – transmitting – 352.

No 89    South Australian Co-operative and Community Housing (Associated Land Owners) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 352.

No 90    Statutes Amendment (Local Government) Bill – agreeing to with amendments – 354.

No 91    Supply Bill – agreeing to 356.

No 92    Water Resources (Reservation of Water) Amendment Bill –agreeing to with amendments – 360.

No 93    Southern State Superannuation (Invalidity/ Death Insurance) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 362.

No 94    Statutes Amendment (Indexation of Superannuation Pensions) Bill – transmitting – 362.

No 95    Development (Adult Book/Sex Shops) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 362.

No 96    Appropriation Bill – agreeing to 375.

No 97    Food Bill – agreeing to with amendments – 375.

No 98    Criminal Law (Sentencing)(Sentencing Procedures) Amendment Bill – agreeing to – 377.

No 99    Retail and Commercial Leases (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 379.

No 100  Hindmarsh Soccer Stadium (Auditor-General’s Report) Bill – agreeing to with amendment – 380.

No 101  Food Bill – not insisting on disagreed amendments – 380.

No 102  Genetically Modified Material (Temporary Prohibition) Bill –transmitting – 380.

No 103  Criminal Law (Legal Representation) Bill –agreeing to – 381.

No 104  Survival of Causes of Action (Dust-Related Conditions) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 381.

No 105  Victims of Crime Bill – transmitting – 398.

No 106  Land Acquisition (Native Title) Amendment Bill – transmitted – 398.

No 107  Statutes Amendment (Consumer Affairs) Bill – transmitting – 398.

No 108  Trade measurement (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 398.

No 109  Graffiti Control Bill – agreeing to amendments – 405.

No 110  Free Presbyterian Church (Vesting of Property) Bill – agreeing to amendment – 405.

No 111  Constitution (Parliamentary Terms) Amendment Bill – returned without amendment – 413.

No 112  Statutes Amendmet (Stalking) Bill – transmitting – 416.

No 113  West Beach Recreational Reserve (Review) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 417.

No 114 Survival of Causes of Action (Dust-Related Conditions) Amendment Bill – agreeing to without amendment – 417.

No 115  Statutes Amendment (Governor’s Remuneration) Bill – returned with an amendment – 418.

No 116  Unclaimed Superannuation Benefits (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 430.

No 117  Liquor Licensing (Reviews, Appeals and Noise Complaints) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 443.

No 118  Rail Transport Facilitation Fund Bill – agreeing to – 444.

No 119  Coroners Bill – transmitting – 449.

No 120  Statutes Amendment and Repeal (Starr-Bowkett Societies) Bill – transmitting – 449.

No 121  Unclaimed Superannuation Benefits (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – agreeing to amendment – 449.

No 122  Victims of Crime Bill – agreeing to and disagreeing to amendments – 454.

No 123  Statutes Amendment (Attorney-General’s Portfolio) Bill – transmitting – 454.

No 124  Retirement Villages (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 455.

No 125  Statues Amendment (Road Safety Initiatives) Bill – transmitting – 455.

No 126  Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games)(On-Line Services) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 456.

No 127  Waterworks (Commercial Land Rating) Amendment Bill – agreeing to – 456.

No 128  Statutes Amendment (Mobil Oil Refineries) Bill – transmitting – 462.

No 129  Criminal Law Consolidation (Offences of Dishonesty) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 463.

No 130  Joint Committee on Dairy Deregulation – resolution – 468.

No 131  Law Reform (Delay in Resolution of Personal Injury Claims) Bill – transmitting – 473.

No 132  Fair Trading (Pyramid Selling and Defences) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 473.

No 133  Retail and Commercial Leases (Casual Mall Licences) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 474.

No 134  Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games)(Miscellaneous No. 3) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 474.

No 135  Retirement Villages (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – agreeing to – 476.

No 136  Volunteers Protection Bill – agreeing to – 482.

No 137  Statutes Amendment (Courts and Judicial Administration) Bill – transmitting – 483.

No 138  Legal Services Commission (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 483.

No 139  State Supply (Miscellaneous No.2) Amendment Bill– transmitting – 485.

No 140  Freedom of Information (Miscellaneous No 2) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 485.

No 141  Gene Technology Bill – agreeing to – 485.

No 142  Joint Committee on Transport Safety – resolution – 493.

No 143  Local Government (Consultation on Rating Policies) Amendment Bill – transmitting – 504.

No 144  Statutes Amendment (Bookmakers) Bill – agreeing to – 505.

No 145  Statutes Amendment (Mobil Oil Refineries) Bill – agreeing to amendment – 506.

No 146  Aquaculture Bill – agreeing to with amendments – 509.

 

 

MOTIONS

 

Motion for disallowance –

Water resources Act – Regulations – Fees – moved 42.

Passenger Transport act – Regulations – Safety, Security and Fare Compliance – moved 42.

Fisheries Act – Regulations – River Murray – Native Fish – moved 42.

South Australian Health Commission Act  - Regulations – Flat Fee for Service – moved 42.

 

Motion Condolence –

Death of Sir Mark Oliphant KBE – 2

Death of Former Premier – Hon David Tonkin AO – 2.

            Death of Hon G T Virgo AM – 150.

Death of Sir Donald Bradman - 151

            Death of Hon J E McLeay – 157.

            Death of Mr G R A Langley – 245.

            Terrorist Attacks on the USA - 384

 

Motion – No confidence

 

Motion – Contingently

That the Education (Councils and Charges) Amendment Bill be referred to the select Committee on DETE Funded Schools – negatived by division 81.

 

Motions  –

A and B Double Road Trains in Adelaide – Motion re – Moved – 436(2).

Alternative Power Sources – Motion re – 293.

Anzac Day Commemoration in Schools – Motion re – moved and passed – 209.

Appropriation Bill – Motion for Attendance of Treasurer 287.

Auditor-General’s Hindmarsh Stadium Inquiry – Invitation to report on the statements by the Member for Coles – Motion re – moved – 424 and negatived – 425.

Auditor-General’s Hindmarsh Stadium Inquiry – Invitation to report on the statements by the Member for Coles – Motion re – moved and passed – 425.

Australia Day – Motion re – 183.

Australian Export Wheat Motion re – 201, passed 396.

American Foul Brood – Motion re – 44, 92.

Apology to the Aboriginal People – Motion re – 73, passed 146.

Barrie Robran – Motion re – 292.

Carnevale – Motion re and passed 396.

Censure of the Government – Motion re – negatived 185.

Censure of the Member for Coles – Motion re – passed 436.

Censure of the Treasurer – Motion re – passed 239.

Central District Football Club – SANFL Premiers – Motion Re – moved and passed 92.

Charlie Walsh – Motion re – moved and passed 189.

City of Adelaide (Advertising at Adelaide Oval) Amendment Bill – Referral to Select Committee on Adelaide Park Lands Protection – Motion re passed – 346.

Clayton – Motorola Inquiry – Motion re and passed – 415.

Clayton Report – Indemnities and prohibition of public funding of legal action – Motion re – moved and passed – 423.

Clayton Report to note and referral to Director of Public Prosecutions – Motion re – moved and passed – 423.

Commissioner for Consumer Affairs failure to deal with American Boulevard – Motion re – 190 (amended).

Confidence in the Auditor-General – Motion re and passed – 411.

Coongie Lakes – Motion re – 500.

Crafers to Glen Osmond Highway Motion re – moved and passed 183.

Darwin Rail Link – Motion re and passed – 472.

Dog Attacks – reference to the Social Development Committee – Motion re – moved and passed – 435.

Dry Zones in the City of Adelaide Motion re – (amended) 272

Economic Confidence in South Australia – Motion re – proceeding to move 452.

 

Economic and Finance Committee – Reports –

·                   South Australian Government Assistance to Industry – Motion to note – 36, 63, 339.

·                   South Australian Government Overseas Offices – Motion to note – moved and passed – 448.

Effect of Drugs on Driving – Motion re – moved 452(2).

Electoral Global Allowance Administration – Motion re 346.

Environment, Resource and Development Committee – Reports –

·                   Annual Report, 1999-2000 – passed 62.

·                   Annual Report, 2000-2001 – Motion to note – moved and passed – 430.

·                   Ecotourism – moved and passed 392.

·                   Native Fauna and Agriculture – Motion to note – 108, 158, passed – 196.

·                   Urban Tree Protection – Motion to note and passed – 338.

 

Foundry Emissions – Motion re – proceeding to move – 500.

Free Syringes for Diabetics – Motion re – 346, passed 396.

Fruit Fly Outbreak – Motion re moved 472.

Gammond Ranges National Park – Removal of Mining Rights – Motion re – 490.

Government Radio Network – Crammond Inquiry – Motion re – 44.

Half Yearly Budget Progress Report – Motion re – 396.

Hope for the Children Network – Motion re – moved and passed – 218.

 

Legislative Review Committee – Reports –

·                   Freedom of Information Act 1991 – Motion to note – 36, passed - 212.

 

Lleyton Hewitt – Motion re, amended and passed 490.

Lower Eyre Peninsula Fires – Motion re and passed – 396.

Inquiry into matters surrounding the Cramond Inquiry – Motion put and passed – 169.

Industrial Commission of South Australia Consultative Panel – motion re – moved and passed 94.

Innovation Statement – Motion re – 201.

Maralinga Lands – Motion re – 208.

Metropolitan Councils Rationalisation – Motion re – 201.

Multicultural Awards – Motion re – moved and passed 92.

Nano-technology – Motion re - 201

Naracoorte Caves National Park – Motion put and passed – 119.

Olympic Football Matches at Hindmarsh Stadium – Motion re – 166.

Parliamentary and Judiciary Superannuation Schemes – Motion re – 500.

Parliamentary sitting days – motion re and negative – 367.

Publication of Auditor-General’s Report – Motion re – 99.

 

Public Works Committee – Reports –

·                   Adelaide Festival Centre Redevelopment Stage 2 Phase 3 – Motion to note and passed – 195.

·                   Adelaide Festival Centre Redevelopment Stage 2 Phase 2 – Status Report – Motion to note, proceeding to move – 392 – moved and passed – 408.

·                   Australian Science and Mathematics School – Final Report – Motion to note – moved 430, passed 449.

·                   Barossa Water Supply Upgrade Project – Final Report – Motion to note and passed – 392.

·                   Barcoo Outlet – Status Report – Motion to note – 262, passed - 286.

·                   Bionomics Limited New Research Laboratory and Office Facilities – Motion to note and passed – 231.

·                   Bionomics Limited New Research Laboratory and Office Facilities – Status Report -Motion to note and passed – 339.

·                   Christies Beach Wastewater Treatment Plant Environment Improvement Project – Motion to note and passed – 196.

·                   Commercial Road, Port Noarlunga Upgrade – Final Report – Motion to note and passed – 108.

·                   Cooper Brewery Relocation – Final Report – Motion to note – passed 62.

·                   Football Park Grandstand – Motion to note and passed – 36, rescission of vote passed 37, Motion to note and passed - 212.

·                   Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant – Motion to note – 231, passed – 339..

·                   Gomersal Road – Sturt Highway to Barossa Way – Final Report – Motion to note and passed – 107.

·                   Heathfield Wastewater Treatment Plant Environment Improvement Program and Upgrade – Final Report – Motion to note – proceeding to move 430, moved 467, passed 489.

·                   Hope Valley Reservoir Rehabilitation Project – Motion to note and passed – 36.

·                   J P Morgan Chase & Co Regional Hub Building – Stage One – Final Report Motion to Note 466, 489.

·                   Le Mans Track Project – Motion to note – 36, 86, 212, passed - 339.

·                   Le Mans Track Project – Status Report - Motion to note and passed - 392.

·                   Lyell McEwin Health Service Redevelopment – Final Report – Motion to note – passed 86.

·                   Mount Pleasant Water Treatment Plant – Motion to note – 36.

·                   Old Noarlunga Sewerage Scheme Project – Final Report – Motion to note and passed – 408.

·                   Police Relocation from 1 Angas street, Adelaide – Final Report – Motion to note and passed 107.

·                   Port Pirie Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade – Final Report – Motion to note and passed 466.

·                   Provision of Filtered Water to the Central Northern Adelaide Hills – Final Report – Motion to note and passed 262.

·                   Qualco Sunlands Groundwater Control Scheme – Stockyard Plains Disposal Basin – Status Report – Motion to note and passed – 158.

·                   Queen Elizabeth Hospital Redevelopment – Motion to note – 86, 287, 339, passed 409.

·                   Riverbank Stage 1 – Promenade Project – Motion to note and passed – 178.

·                   Robe Terrace Upgrade – Motion to note – 36

·                   Rocky River Precinct Redevelopment – Motion to note and passed – 178.

·                   Salisbury Industrial Park – Stage 1 – Motion to note – 86, passed – 212.

·                   Southern Food Factory – Proposed French Fry Processing Facility – Final Report – Motion to note – 488, amended and passed 488.

·                   Torrens Road Upgrade – Motion to note – 178, passed – 196.

·                   Women and Children’s Hospital Day Surgery Unit Final Report – Motion to note and passed – 196.

 

Review of the Federal System of Government – Motion re – 499.

Select Committee on Adelaide Park Lands Protection – Motion re and passed – 322.

Select Committee on DETE Funded Schools – Motion re – 43, 72 (amended), 73 passed.

·                   Presentation of Report – Motion re and passed 497.

Select Committee on Groundwater Resources in the South East – Motion re and passed 240.

·                   Presentation of Report – Motion re and passed 505.

Select Committee on Parliamentary Procedures and Practice – Motion re – 91 passed 126.

Select Committee on Public Hospital System Funding – Motion re – 165, passed 166.

Select Committee on Water Resource Allocation and Management Policies – Motion re – 115.

 

Social Development Committee – Reports –

·                     Biotechnology – Part 1 – Health – Motion to note – moved 448.

·                     Biotechnology – Part 2 – Food Production – Motion to note – moved and passed 488.

·                     Rural Health – Motion to note – 37,158, 197, passed - 232.

 

Solar Technology – Remote Areas – Motion re – moved and passed – 435.

Standard Gauge Metropolitan Rail Network – Motion re – 218.

States’ IVF Program – Motion re – 73.

 

Statutory Authorities Review Committee – Reports

Inquiry into Animal and Plant Control Boards and Soil Conservation Boards – Motion to note – 339, passed - 360.

 

Swan Reach Water Supply – Motion re – 166.

Sydney Olympic Games – Motion re (amended by leave) – 44, passed - 213.

Telstra – Points of Presence – Motion re – 43.

Unpaid Work – Social and Economic Value – Motion re – moved 436.

Volunteers – Motion re – moved and passed – 213.

Yorke Peninsula Community Radio Station – Gulf FM – Motion re and passed 396.

Yorke Peninsula Rail Preservation Society – Motion re – and passed - 183.

 

 


BILLS INDEX

Fourth Session 49th Parliament – 2000 – 2001.

 

 

    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

 

 

Adelaide Cemeteries Authority (Nos 106,124 ) – Recommended, 13; received from LC and 2r moved, 273,274; ; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 334,335; amendments agreed to by LC, 351; assent, 383.  Act No 25 of 2001

Adelaide Festival Centre Trust (Composition of Trust) Amendment (No 12) - Received from LC, 32; 2r moved, 38; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 120; assent, 149.  Act No 71 of 2000

Agricultural and Veterinary Products (Control of Use) (No 173) - Intro, 453; 2r debate, 469,475; 2r, 475; Ctee, 475,476.  Lapsed in HA

Alice Springs to Darwin (Financial Commitment) Amendment (Nos 83,86) - Recommended, 184; intro, 186; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 194; returned by LC without amendment, 197; assent, 205.  Act No 3 of 2001

Appropriation (No 111) - SO suspended to enable Treasurer to attend to give speech relating to the Bill and motion for Message to LC requesting permission agreed to, 287; granted by LC, 288; recommended, 293; intro, 294; 2r debate, 300,301,310,311; Grievance, 311,315,317;  motion for Message to LC requesting permission for Ministers to appear before Est Ctees agreed to, 314; granted by LC, 317; referred to Est Ctees A and B, Timetables agreed to and Ctees appointed, 318,319; reports brought up, received, motion to note agreed to, remainder of Bill agreed to and 3r, 332-334; returned by LC without amendment, 375; assent, 383.  Act No 28 of 2001

Aquaculture (No 174) - Recommended, 439; intro, 453; 2r debate and 2r, 462; Ctee, 462,469; reported without amendment and 3r, 469; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 509; assent, 510.  Act No 66 of 2001

Associations Incorporation (Oppressive or Unreasonable Acts) Amendment (No 9) - Received from LC, 26; 2r moved, 38; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 65; assent, 105.  Act No 65 of 2000

Australian Road Rules (Speed Limits in Built-up Areas) Variation (No 70) - Intro, 165; 2r debate, 182,200,216,271.  Lapsed in HA

Authorised Betting Operations (Nos 26,55) - Intro, 45; recommended, 49; 2r debate and 2r, 102; Ctee, 102,109-111; reported with amendments and 3r, 111; returned by LC with amendments and amendment agreed to and amendment disagreed to by HA, 142,143;amendment not insisted on by LC, 147; assent, 150.  Act No 95 of 2000

Authorised Lotteries - Recommended, 105; motion for leave to introduce Bill moved, debated and negatived, 109.

Barley Marketing (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 16,35) - Intro, 37; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 65; returned by LC without amendment, 86; assent, 126.  Act No 67 of 2000

Casino (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 68) - Received from LC, 147.  Lapsed in HA

City of Adelaide (Advertising at Adelaide Oval) Amendment (No 22) – Intro, 42; 2r debate, 125,344; 2r, SO suspended and motion to refer Bill to Select Ctee on Adelaide Park Lands Protection agreed to, 345,346.  Lapsed in HA

City of Adelaide (Development Within Park Lands) Amendment (No 19) - Intro, 41; 2r debate, 125,321,343; 2r negatived, 344.  Negatived in HA

Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) (Miscellaneous) Amendments (No 118) - Received from LC, 317; 2r moved, 322; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 347,348; assent, 383.  Act No 29 of 2001

Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) (Miscellaneous No. 3) Amendment (No 186) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 474; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 505; assent, 510.  Act No 60 of 2001

Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) (On-Line Services) Amendment (No 178) - Received from LC, 456; 2r moved, 461.  Lapsed in HA

Community Titles (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 84,94) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 188; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 208; returned by LC without amendment, 221; assent, 223.  Act No 8 of 2001

Constitution (Membership of the House of Assembly) Amendment (No 24) - Intro, 43; 2r debate, 91,217; 2r negatived, 217.  Negatived in HA

Constitution (Parliamentary Terms) Amendment (Nos 78,101) - Intro, 182; 2r debate, 200,235; 2r (declared by Speaker to have been passed by absolute majority), 235; Ctee, 235-237; reported with amendments and 3r (declared by Speaker to have been passed by absolute majority), 237; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 413,414; assent, 421.  Act No 50 of 2001   

Construction Industry Long Service Leave (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 57) - Received from LC, 112; 2r moved, 119; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 140; assent, 150.  Act No 83 of 2000

Construction Industry Training Fund (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 6,29) – Intro, 15; 2r debate, 26; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 46; returned by LC without amendment, 133; assent, 149.  Act No 75 of 2000

Controlled Substances (Cannabis) Amendment (No 167) - Intro, 440; 2r debate, 463; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 468.  Lapsed in LC

Controlled Substances (Cultivation of Cannabis) Amendment (No 58) - Intro, 115; 2r debate, 125,183,272.  Lapsed in HA

Controlled Substances (Drug Offence Diversion) Amendment (No 44) - Received from LC, 87; 2r moved, 94; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 140; assent, 150.  Act No 87 of 2000

Co-operative Schemes (Administrative Actions) (No 131) - Received from LC, 351; SO suspended, 352,353; 2r moved, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 354; assent, 383.  Act No 30 of 2001

Coroners (No 171) - Received from LC, 449; 2r moved, 455.  Lapsed in HA

Corporations (Administrative Actions) (No 115) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 300;  2r debate, 2r and 3r, 314; assent, 329.  Act No 19 of 2001

Corporations (Ancillary Provisions) (No 114) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 300;  2r debate, 2r and 3r, 314; assent,329.  Act No 20 of 2001

Corporations (Commonwealth Powers) (No 113) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 299,300;  2r debate, 2r and 3r, 314; assent, 329.  Act No 21 of 2001

Correctional Services (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 163) - Intro, 426; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 456.  Lapsed in LC

Country Fires (Incident Control) Amendment (Nos 39,56) - Intro, 74; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 111; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by LC, 146; assent, 150.  Act No 89 of 2000

Criminal Law Consolidation (Offences of Dishonesty) Amendment (No 181) - Received from LC, 463; 2r moved, 468.  Lapsed in HA

Criminal Law (Legal Representation) (Nos 133,141) - Recommended, 223; received from LC, 352; 2r moved, 360; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 378,379; amendment agreed to by HA, 381; assent, 383.  Act No 36 of 2001

Criminal Law (Sentencing) (Sentencing Procedures) Amendment (Nos 132,134) - Received from LC, 351,352; SO suspended, 352,353; 2r moved, 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 354; returned by LC without amendment, 377; assent, 383.  Act No 37 of 2001

Dental Practice (Nos 17,69) - Intro, 38; 2r debate, 155,159; 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 159-161; returned by LC with amendments, 301-310; amendments agreed to by HA, 323; assent, 330.  Act No 24 of 2001

Development (Adult Book/Sex Shops) Amendment (No 137) - Received from LC, 362.  Lapsed in HA

Development (System Improvement Program) Amendment (Nos 53,64) - Received from LC, 101; 2r moved, 109; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 130; amendment agreed to by LC, 147; assent, 150.  Act No 88 of 2000

Dignity in Dying (No 79) - Intro, 182; 2r debate, 271; discharged, 366.  Discharged in HA

Education (Compulsory School Age) Amendment (No 20) - Intro, 41; 2r debate, 71,292,499.  Lapsed in HA

Education (Councils and Charges) Amendment (Nos 10,45) - Recommended, 25; intro, 26; 2r debate, 2r and motion for Select Ctee negatived, 81; Ctee, 81,86,88; reported with amendments and 3r, 88; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 143,144; assent, 150.  Act No 92 of 2000

Electoral (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 128) - Received from LC, 350.  Lapsed in HA

Electrical Products (No 7) - Intro, 22; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 47; returned by LC without amendment, 133; assent, 149.  Act No 78 of 2000

Electronic Transactions (No 11) - Received from LC, 32; 2r moved, 38; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 120,121; assent, 149. Act No 72 of 2000

Essential Services (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 82) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 186; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 203; assent, 223.  Act No 4 of 2001

Expiation of Offences (Trifling Offences) Amendment (No 91) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 207; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 220; assent, 223.  Act No 11 of 2001

Explosives (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 129) - Received from LC, 351; SO suspended, 352,353; 2r moved, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 353; assent, 383.  Act No 31 of 2001

Fair Trading (Pyramid Selling and Defences) Amendment (No 184) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 473.  Lapsed in HA

Family and Community Services (Service Agreements) Amendment (No 2) - Intro, 14; 2r debate and 2r negatived, 195.  Negatived in HA

Firearms (Permits) Amendment (No 195) - Intro, 490.  Lapsed in HA

First Home Owner Grant (New Homes) Amendment (No 109) - Recommended, 272; intro, 287; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 315; returned by LC without amendment, 351; assent, 383.  Act No 26 of 2001

First Home Owner Grant (New Zealand Citizens) Amendment (No 18) - Received from LC, 39 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 46; assent, 79.  Act No 64 of 2000

Fisheries (Contravention of Corresponding Laws) Amendment (No 187) - Intro, 474.  Lapsed in HA

Fisheries (Southern Zone Rock Lobster Fishery Rationalization) Act Repeal (No 15) - Intro, 37; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 154; returned by LC without amendment, 195; assent, 223.  Act No 5 of 2001

Fisheries (Validation of Administrative Acts) (No 188) - Intro, 474

Food (Nos 87,120) - Intro, 195; 2r debate and 2r, 270; Ctee, 270,274,275,287,288,323-326; reported with amendments and 3r, 326; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to and amendments disagreed to by HA, 375-377; amendment not insisted on by LC, 380; assent, 384.  Act No 44 of 2001

Freedom of Information (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 74) - Intro, 181; 2r debate, 189.  Lapsed in HA

Freedom of Information (Miscellaneous No 2) Amendment (No 194) - Received from LC, 485; 2r moved, 495; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 505; assent, 510.  Act No 61 of 2001

Free Presbyterian Church (Vesting of Property) (Nos 130,154) - Received from LC, 351; 2r moved, 2r debate and 2r, 393; Ctee, 393,399,400; reported with an amendment and 3r, 400; amendment agreed to by LC, 405; assent, 421.  Act No 45 of 2001

Gaming Machines (Cap on Gaming Machines) Amendment (No 103) – Divided from Statutes Amendment (Gambling Regulation), 241; Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 241.  Withdrawn in LC

Gaming Machines (Freeze on Gaming Machines) Amendment (No 59) – Intro, SO suspended, 2r debate and 2r, 116; Ctee, 116, ( SO suspended, 121), 122; reported without amendment and 3r, 122.  Withdrawn in LC

Gaming Machines (Freeze on Gaming Machines) Amendment (No 67) – Received from LC, 2r moved, SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 144,145; assent, 150.  Act No 85 of 2000

Gene Technology (No 147) - Recommended, 384; intro, 393; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 449,450; returned by LC without amendment, 485; assent, 510.  Act No 2001 

Genetically Modified Material (Temporary Prohibition) (No 143) - Received from LC, 380,381.  Lapsed in HA

Good Samaritans (Limitation of Liability) (No 189) - Intro, 475.  Lapsed in HA

Graffiti Control (Nos 123,145) - Received from LC, 333; 2r moved, 340; 2r debate, 363,389; 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 389; amendments agreed to by LC, 405; assent, 421.  Act No 46 of 2001

Hairdressers (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 51) - Received from LC, 100; 2r moved, 109; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 170,171; assent, 187.  Act No 1 of 2001

Harbors and Navigation (Control of Harbors) Amendment (Nos 5,34) – Intro, 15; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 64; returned by LC without amendment, 133; assent, 149.  Act No 81 of 2000

Harbors and Navigation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 14) – Received from LC, 32; 2r moved, 46; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 129; assent, 149.  Act No 79 of 2000

Health and Community Services Complaints (No 37) - Intro, 71.  Lapsed in HA

Hindmarsh Soccer Stadium (Auditor-General’s Report) (Nos 139,140) - SO suspended, intro, 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 369-374; returned by LC with an amendment and amendment agreed to by HA, 380; assent, 383.  Act No 38 of 2001

Industries Development (Assistance to Prescribed Businesses) Amendment (No 48) - Intro, 91; 2r debate, 498.  Lapsed in HA

Integrated Natural Resources Management (No 159) - Intro, 416.  Lapsed in HA

Lake Eyre Basin (Intergovernmental Agreement) (No 54) - Intro, 109; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 173,174; returned by LC without amendment, 208; assent, 223.  Act No 9 of 2001

Land Acquisition (Native Title) Amendment (No 151) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 398; 2r debate and 2r, 417; Ctee, 417,432; reported without amendment and 3r, 432; assent, 459.  Act No 53 of 2001

Land Agents (Registration) Amendment (No 117) - Received from LC, 310; 2r moved, 314; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 347; assent, 383.  Act No 32 of 2001

Law Reform (Contributory Negligence and Apportionment of Liability) (No 122) - Received from LC, 333; 2r moved, 340; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 353,354; assent, 384.  Act No 41 of 2001

Law Reform (Delay in Resolution of Personal Injury Claims) (No 183) – Received from LC, 473; 2r moved, 481.  Lapsed in HA

Legal Assistance (Restrained Property) Amendment (No  85) – Received from LC, 190; 2r moved, 195; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 212; assent, 223.  Act No 10 of 2001

Legal Practitioners (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 43) - Received from LC, 87; 2r moved, 94; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 121; assent, 149.  Act No 70 of 2000

Legal Services Commission (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 192) – Received from LC, 483; 2r moved, 490.  Lapsed in HA

Liquor Licensing (Reviews, Appeals and Noise Complaints) Amendment (No 170) – Received from LC, 443; 2r moved, 455.  Lapsed in HA

Listening Devices (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 97) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 225; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 242; assent, 293.  Act No 15 of 2001

Local Government (Consultation on Rating Policies) Amendment (No 199) – Received from LC, SO suspended, 2r moved, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 504; assent, 510.  Act No 67 of 2001

Lotteries Commission (Disposal) - Recommended, 105; motion for leave to introduce Bill moved, debated and negatived, 108

Maritime Services (Access) (Nos 4,33) – Intro, 15; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 64; returned by LC without amendment, 132; assent, 149.  Act No 82 of 2000

Medical Practice (Nos 102,105) - Intro, 240; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 340,341

Motorola Inquiry (Powers and Privileges) (No 88) - Intro, 199

Native Title (South Australia) (Validation and Confirmation) Amendment (Nos 65,66) - Received from LC, 133; SO suspended, 2r moved, 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 135-137; amendments agreed to by LC, 147; assent, 150.  Act No 84 of 2000

Native Vegetation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 160,196) - Intro, 416; 2r debate, 483,484; 2r, 484; Ctee, 484,485,491,492; reported with amendments and 3r, 493;

Native Vegetation (Orders to Establish Vegetation) Amendment (No 105) - Intro, 271

Netherby Kindergarten (Variation of Waite Trust) Act Repeal (No 23) – Restored to Notice Paper, 43; 3r debate and 3r, 72; returned by LC without amendment, 186; assent, 187.  Act No 2 of 2001

Nuclear Waste Storage Facility (Prohibition No. 2) (No 46) – (Restored in LC) - Returned by LC without amendment, 88; assent, 126.  Act No 68 of 2000

Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare (Amusement Structures) Amendment (No 80) - Intro, 182.  Lapsed in HA

Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare (Penalties) Amendment (No 50) - Received from LC, 95; 2r moved, 99; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 140; assent, 150.  Act No 86 of 2000

Parental Responsibility (No 110) – Intro, 291; 2r debate, 365.  Lapsed in HA

Parliamentary Superannuation (Transfer of Old Scheme Members to the New Scheme) Amendment (No 47) - Intro, 91; 2r debate, 126,216,217; 2r negatived, 217.  Negatived in HA

Police Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 71) - Recommended, 117,150; intro, 170; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 195; returned by LC without amendment, 219; assent, 223.  Act No 12 of 2001

Protection of Marine Waters (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 121) - Received from LC, 326; 2r moved, 332; 2r debate and 2r, 341; Ctee, 341,352; reported without amendment and 3r, 352; assent, 383.  Act No 33 of 2001

Racing (Proprietary Business Licensing) (No 28) - Intro, 45; 2r debate and 2r, 67; Ctee, 67,68,74,75; reported without amendment and 3r, 75,76; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment and amendment disagreed to and alternative amendments made in lieu by HA, 134,135; amendment not insisted on, alternative amendment agreed to and consequential amendment made by LC, and consequential amendment agreed to by HA, 144; assent, 150.  Act No 90 of 2000

Racing (Transitional Provisions) Amendment (No 8) - Intro, 22; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 67; returned by LC without amendment, 88; assent, 126.  Act No 66 of 2000

Rail Transport Facilitation Fund (No 148) - Intro, 393; recommended, 397; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 417,418; returned by LC without amendment, 444; assent, 459.  Act No 54 of 2001

Real Property (Fees) Amendment (No 108) - Intro, 278; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 287; returned by LC without amendment, 310; assent, 329.  Act No 22 of 2001

Referendum (Gaming Machines) (No 157) – Intro and SO suspended, 412; ruled out of order by Speaker (being a money Bill containing an appropriation) and directed to be withdrawn from the Notice Paper, 451.  Withdrawn in HA

Residential Tenancies (Caravan and Transportable Home Parks) Amendment (126) - Intro, 343; 2r debate and 2r, 365; Ctee, 365,395,452,471. Lapsed owing to prorogation

Retail and Commercial Leases (Casual Mall Licences) Amendment (No 185) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 474; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 504; assent, 510.  Act No 63 of 2001

Retail and Commercial Leases (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 142) - Received from LC, SO suspended, 2r moved, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 379,380; assent, 384.  Act No 43 of 2001

Retirement Villages (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 176,180) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 455; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 463; amendment agreed to by LC, 476; assent, 479.  Act No 59 of 2001

Road Traffic (Alcohol Interlock Scheme) Amendment (No 30) - Received from LC, 54; 2r moved, 63; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 129,130; assent, 150.  Act No 91 of 2000

Road Traffic (Highway Speed Limit) Amendment (No 38) – Restored to Notice Paper, 71

Road Traffic (Speed Limits in Built-Up Areas) Amendment (No 63) - Intro, 125; discharged, 183. Discharged in HA

Sandalwood Act Repeal (No 27) - Intro, 45; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 161; returned by LC without amendment, 207; assent, 223.  Act No 7 of 2001

Shop Theft (Alternative Enforcement) (No 40) - Received from LC, 75; 2r moved, 80; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 121; assent, 149.  Act No 73 of 2000

Shop Trading Hours (Glenelg Tourist Precinct) Amendment (No 42) - Received from LC, 87; 2r moved, 94; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 130; assent, 149.  Act No 77 of 2000

Software Centre Inquiry (Powers and Immunities) (Nos 92,93) - Intro, SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 207; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 221; assent, 223.  Act No 13 of 2001

South Australian Co-operative and Community Housing (Associated Land Owners) Amendment (No 99) - Intro, 232; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 274; returned by LC without amendment, 352; assent, 383.  Act No 34 of 2001

South Australian Country Arts Trust (Appointments to Trust and Boards) Amendment (Nos 13,62) - Received from LC, 32; 2r moved, 45; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 120; amendments agreed to by LC, 133; assent, 149.  Act No 69 of 2000

South Australian Health Complaints (No 89) - Intro, 202.  Lapsed in HA

South Australian Ports (Disposal of Maritime Assets) (Nos 3,32) – Restored to Notice Paper (clause 2), 15; Ctee, 52-58,63; reported with amendments and 3r moved, 63; recommended, 65; 3r division and motion to disallow certain votes due to pecuniary interest moved, debated and negatived, 66; 3r, 66; returned by LC with amendments and a suggested amendment and amendments and suggested amendment agreed to by HA, 131,132; assent, 150.  Act No 93 of 2000

Southern State Superannuation (Invalidity/Death Insurance) Amendment (No 135) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 362; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 375; assent, 384.  Act No 39 of 2001

Stamp Duties (Land Rich Entities and Redemption) Amendment (Nos 31,61) - Recommended, 61; intro, 63; 2r debate and 2r, 112; Ctee, 112,120; reported with amendments and 3r, 120; returned by LC with a suggested amendment, 133; suggested amendment agreed to by HA, 139; assent, 149.  Act No 80 of 2000

State Disaster (State Disaster Committee) Amendment (No 81) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 185; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 202; assent, 223.  Act No 6 of 2001

State Supply (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 193) – Received from LC, 485; 2r moved, 490; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 503; assent, 510.  Act No 68 of 2001

Statutes Amendment (Age of Young Offenders) (No 75) - Intro, 181; discharged, 215.  Discharged in HA

Statutes Amendment and Repeal (Shop Trading Hours Reform) (No 156) - Intro, 411; 2r debate, 435,451.  Lapsed in HA

Statutes Amendment and Repeal (Starr-Bowkett Societies) (No 172) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 449.  Lapsed in HA

Statutes Amendment (Attorney-General’s Portfolio) (No 175) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 454.  Lapsed in HA

Statutes Amendment (Avoidance of Duplication of Environmental Procedures) (No 60) - Intro, 119; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 161; returned by LC without amendment, 226; assent, 293.  Act No 16 of 2001

Statutes Amendment (Bookmakers) (No 182) - Recommended, 459; intro, SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 467; returned by LC without amendment, 505; assent, 510.   Act No 64 of 2001

Statutes Amendment (Consumer Affairs) (No 152) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 398; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 405; assent, 421.  Act No 47 of 2001

Statutes Amendment (Corporations) (No 116) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 300; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 315; assent, 329.  Act No 23 of 2001

Statutes Amendment (Courts and Judicial Administration) (No 191) – Received from LC, 483; 2r moved, 490; 2r debate and 2r, 506; Ctee, 506,508; reported without amendment and 3r, 508; assent, 510.  Act No 69 of 2001

Statutes Amendment (Equal Superannuation Entitlements for Same Sex Couples) (No 21) - Intro, 42; 2r debate, 499.  Lapsed in HA

Statutes Amendment (Federal Courts – State Jurisdiction) (No 41) - Received from LC, 76; 2r moved, 80; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 121; assent, 149.  Act No 74 of 2000

Statutes Amendment (Gambling Regulation) (No 96) - Intro, 219 ; 2r debate, 225,226; 2r, SO suspended and instruction to Ctee, 226; Ctee, 226,227; SO suspended and instruction agreed to, 241; Bill divided in Ctee in accordance with instruction, 241.  See Gaming Machines (Cap on Gaming Machines) Amendment and Statutes Amendment (Gambling Regulation No 1)

Statutes Amendment (Gambling Regulation No 1) (No 104) - Divided from Statutes Amendment (Gambling Regulation), 241; Ctee, 241,246-258,262-269; reported with amendments and 3r, 269; returned by LC with amendments; SO suspended and amendments agreed to without amendment and amendment agreed to with an amendment by HA, 282-286; amendment to amendment agreed to by LC, 288; assent, 297.   Act No 18 of 2001

Statutes Amendment (Governor’s Remuneration) (No 146) - Intro, 392; recommended, 397; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 399; returned by LC with a suggested amendment and suggested amendment agreed to by HA, 418; assent, 421.  Act No 51 of 2001

Statutes Amendment (Indexation of Superannuation Pensions) (No 136) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 362; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 375; assent, 384.  Act No 40 of 2001

Statutes Amendment (Local Government) (Nos 49,73) - Intro, 93; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 178; returned by LC with amendments, 354-356.  Lapsed in HA

Statutes Amendment (Mobil Oil Refineries) (Nos 179,198) – Received from LC, 462; 2r moved, 467; 2r debate, 2r, SO suspended (Hybrid Bill), Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 494,495; returned by LC without amendment, 506; assent, 510.  Act No 70 of 2001

Statutes Amendment (Public Trustee) - Recommended, 415

Statutes Amendment (Road Safety Initiatives) (No 177) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 455

Statutes Amendment (Stalking) (No 161) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 416; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 437; assent, 459.  Act No 55 of 2001

Statutes Amendment (Taxation Measures) (No 112) - Intro, 295; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 315; returned by LC without amendment, 351; assent, 383.  Act No 27 of 2001

Statutes Amendment (Transport Portfolio) (No 36) - Received from LC, 68; 2r moved, 74; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 129; assent, 149.  Act No 76 of 2000

Statutes Amendment (Transport Portfolio) (Nos 98,100) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 225; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 232; amendments agreed to by LC, 242; assent, 293.  Act No 17 of 2001

Summary Offences (Piercing of Children) Amendment (Nos 76,138) - Intro, 181; 2r debate, 200,215,366; 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 366,367

Summary Offences (Sale of Spray Paint) Amendment (No 77) - Intro, 182

Supply (No 107) - Recommended, 218; intro, 274; 2r debate, 2r, Grievance Debate and 3r, 278; returned by LC without amendment, 356; assent, 383.  Act No 35 of 2001

Survival of Causes of Action (Dust-Related Conditions) Amendment (Nos 144,158) - Received from LC, 381; 2r moved, 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 412,413; returned by LC without amendment, 417; assent, 421.  Act No 49 of 2001

TAB (Disposal) (Nos 25,52) - Intro, 45; recommended, 49; 2r debate, 81,82,94,95; 2r, 95; Ctee, 95,99,100; reported with amendments, 100; 3r, 101; returned by LC with amendments and suggested amendments and amendment agreed to without amendment and amendment agreed to with an amendment and suggested amendments agreed to by HA, 140-142; amendment to amendment agreed to by LC, 147; ; assent, 150.  Act No 94 of 2000

Technical and Further Education (Governance Reform) Amendment (No 149) - Intro, 397.  Lapsed in HA

Trade Measurement (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 153) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 398; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 409; assent, 421.  Act No 48 of 2001

Training and Skills Development (Nos 166,197) - Intro, 437; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 493,494

Transplantation and Anatomy (Putative Spouses) Amendment (No 1) – Intro, 14; discharged, 186.  Discharged in HA

Unclaimed Superannuation Benefits (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 164,168) - Recommended, 384; received from LC and 2r moved, 430; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 441; SO suspended, 3r rescinded, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 442; amendment agreed to by LC, 449; assent, 459.  Act No 56 of 2001

Victims of Crime (Nos 150, 169) -  Recommended, 272; received from LC and 2r moved, 398; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 442,443; amendments agreed to without amendment and amendment disagreed to and alternative made by LC, 454; amendment not insisted on and alternative agreed to by HA, 456; assent, 479.  Act No 58 of 2001

Volunteers Protection (No 155) - Intro, 405; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 455; returned by LC without amendment, 482; assent, 510.  Act No 65 of 2001 

Water Resources (Reservation of Water) Amendment (Nos 72,119) - Intro, 171; 2r debate, 315,316; 2r, 316; Ctee, 316,317; reported with amendments and 3r, 317; returned by LC with amendments, 360-362; amendments agreed to by HA, 374; assent, 383.  Act No 42 of 2001

Waterworks (Commercial Land Rating) Amendment (No 127) - Intro, 347; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 400; returned by LC without amendment, 456; assent, 459.  Act No 57 of 2001

West Beach Recreation Reserve (Review) Amendment (No 162) - Received from LC, 417; 2r moved, 431; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 432; assent, 459.  Act No 52 of 2001

Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 165, 190) - Intro, 430; 2r debate and 2r, 441; Ctee, 441,469,482; reported with amendments and 3r, 482;

Young Offenders (Youths to be Dealt With as Adults) Amendment (No 95) - Intro, 215.  Lapsed in HA

Youth Court (Judicial Tenure) Amendment (No 90) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 206; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 219,220; assent, 223.  Act No 14 of 2001

 


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