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VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

OF THE

 

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

 

 

DURING THE

 

FOURTH SESSION OF THE FORTY EIGHTH PARLIAMENT

 

1996-97

 

 

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INDEX

 

of the

 

VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

of the

 

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

For the Fourth Session of the Forty Eighth Parliament, 1996-97

 

 

NOTE

 

For proceedings on Bills, see 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 6; moved 12; debate 15, 17, 21, 26; presented 49.

 

Assembly -

 

Adjournment -

Debate, 44, 57, 75, 80, 102, 119. 142, 148, 170, 175, 186, 226, 249, 257, 317 and 333.

Extension of time for, 20, 39, 186, 194, 216, 266, 272 and 340.

 

Bills -

Amendment to amendment, 196.

Cognate debate, 224.

 

Business -

Postponement of, 141, 148, 151 (2), 156, 161, 163 (3), 164 (5), 165 (13) 175 (2), 177 (2), 178 (2), 192, 199, (12), 200, 201 (7), 202 (8), 214 (7), 215 (3), 224, 229 (3), 231, 233 (2), 236, 248 (4), 256, 259, 260 (2), 265, 272 (2), 277 (4), 278 (4), 279 (6), 280, 284, 291 (10), 295 (5), 301 (7), 303, 304, 308, 320, 321, 321 (2), 322 (2), 331 (4), 343 (2), 344 (2) and 347.

 

Committees -

Joint -

Living Resources -

Power to continue sitting during session, 6.

Brought up 252.

motion to note 309, 325, agreed to 325.

Select -

Occupational Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation -

Substitution of Member, 141.

Organs for Transplantation -

Power to continue sitting during session 6.

Power to sit during the sitting of the House 308.

Extension of time for bringing up report 122, 178 and 229.

Brought up 319.

Motion to note 319, agreed to 347.

Pulp and Paper Mill (Hundred of Mayurra and Hindmarsh)(Council Rates) Amendment Bill -

Power to continue sitting during session 6.

Extension of time for bringing up report 16, 38 and 106.

Petrol Multi Site Franchising -

Extension of time for bringing up report 16 and 170.

Power to continue sitting during session 6.

Motion to note 178, agreed to302.

Yumbarra Conservation Park Re-proclamation, -

Extension of time for bringing up report 111, 141 and 203.

Power to continue sitting during session 6.

Brought up together with Minutes Proceedings and evidence 225 and 226.

 


Sessional -

Printing - Appointed 6.

First Report 124.

Standing Orders, Appointed, 6.

Standing -

Economic and Finance -

Boards and Committees Information System, motion to note 30.

Annual Report 1995-96 brought up, 38, motion to note 66, agreed to 66.

Economical and Financial Aspects of the Operation of the MFP Development Corporation, received 307, motion to note 319, 343, agreed to 343.

Management of Grant Funds by the South Australian Sports Promotion, Cultural and Health Advancement Trust, brought up 329, motion to note and agreed to 343.

Environment, Resources and Development -

Substitution of Member, 141.

Annual Report 1995-96, brought up, 223, motion to note 226.

Waste Management Practices in South Australia, brought up 336.

Legislative Review -

Annual Report, 10.

First Report, brought up 10.

Second Report, brought up 23.

Scrutiny of National Schemes of Legislation, brought up 23, motion to note 66, agreed to 66.

Sixth Report, received 100.

Seventh Report, received 114.

Eighth Report, received 114.

Firearms Regulations, received 114, minutes of evidence 114.

Ninth Report, received 147.

Tenth Report, received 159.

Eleventh report, received 159.

Twelfth Report, received 173.

Thirteenth Report, received 173.

Fourteenth Report, received 189.

Regulations under the Electricity Act 1996, received 189.

Sixteenth Report, received 223.

Seventeenth Report, received 252.

Twentieth Report, received 313, minutes of evidence 313.

Regulations under the Expiation of Offences Act 1996, bringing up 336.

Public Works -

Thirtieth Report- Southern Expressway, Stage One, motion to note and  agreed to 47.

Thirty-First Report - Burra to Morgan Road Upgrade, Stage Two, motion to note and agreed to 47.

Thirty-Second Report - Virginia Pipeline Project, motion to note 47.

Thirty-Third Report - Hindmarsh Soccer Stadium, motion to note, 47, 67, 84, agreed to 201.

Thirty-Fourth Report - Daveyston Bypass Sturt Highway Upgrade, motion to note and agreed to 65.

Thirty-Fifth Report - Royal Adelaide Hospital Carpark and IMVS New Building Project, motion to note and agreed to 65.

Thirty-Sixth - Mile End Netball Stadium, motion to note and agreed to 65.

Thirty-Seventh Report - Glenelg Safe Harbour, motion to note and agreed to 65.

Thirty-Eighth Report - Kangaroo Island South Coast Road (Seal Bay - Rocky River Upgrade and Sealing), brought up 20, motion to note 66.

Thirty-Ninth Report - Rehabilitation of Mypolonga Government Highland Irrigation Area, brought up 54, motion to note and agreed to 66.

Fortieth Report - Montague Road Upgrade - Chester Crescent - Belalie Road, brought up, 54, motion to note and agreed to 84.

Forty-First - Port Road Thebarton Widening - Phillips Street to Goal Road, brought up, 73, motion to note and agreed to 83.

Forty-Second Report - Adelaide to Crafers Highway Upgrade, received 94, noted 104.

Forty-Third Report - Upper South East Dryland Salinity and Flood Management Plan - Stage One, received 110, agreed to 151.

Forty-Fourth Report, received 114, agreed to 163.

Forty-Fifth, received 114, agreed to 151, agreed to 164.

Forty-Sixth - Flinders Medical Centre Private Hospital Development, received 140, agreed to 163.

Forty-Seventh - Adelaide International Airport Runway Extension, received 140, agreed to 163.

Forty-Eighth - Port Lincoln Health and Hospital Service Inc., motion to note and agreed to 174.

Forty-Ninth - Adelaide Dental Hospital Redevelopment, received 206, motion to note 229.

Fiftieth - Roxby Downs Health Facility, motion to note 263, agreed to 259.

Fifty-First - Christies Beach High School Redevelopment, motion to note and agreed to 277.

Fifty-Second - Glossop High School Redevelopment, motion to note 259.

Fifty-Third - University of Adelaide Lower Level Site Development, motion to note and agreed to 259.

Fifty Fourth - Elliston to Lock Road Upgrade, motion to note and agreed to 259.

Fifty-Fifth - Kimba to Cleve Road Upgrade, motion to note and agreed to 259.

Fifty-Sixth - Wilpena Tourist Centre Development, received, 248, motion to note and agreed to 260.

Fifty-Seventh - Tanunda Primary School Relocation, received, 264, motion to note and agreed to 277.

Fifty-Eighth – Wallaroo to Port Wakefield Road Upgrade, motion to note 319.

Social Development -

Prostitution, motion to note, 29, 84, motion amended and agreed to 348.

HIV/AIDS Hepatitis B Inquiry - Motion to note 277.

 


Conferences-

Electricity Bill, agreeing to 119, sitting 121, report 123.

Equal Opportunity (Sexual Harassment) Amendment Bill, granting 346, report 352.

Industrial and Employee Relations (Harmonisation) Amendment Bill, report 361.

Liquor Licensing Bill, granting 326, sitting 326, report 328.

Local Government (City of Adelaide) Bill, requesting 90, sitting 93, 99 and 103, report 107.

Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) requesting 134, agreeing to time and place 134, report 135.

Racial Vilification, report 93.

Retail Shop Leases Amendment Bill, granting 325, report 328.

Second-hand Vehicle Dealers (Compensation Fund) Amendment Bill, report 359.

Subordinate Legislation (Commencement of Regulations) Amendment Bill, report 229 and 237.

 

Contingent Notice of Motion -

Casino Bill, Gaming Supervisory Authority (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment Bill, Liquor Licensing (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment Bill and Gaming Machines (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment Bill, 221.

 

Debate -

Cognate - Casino Bill, Gaming Supervisory Authority (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment Bill, Liquor Licensing (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment Bill and Gaming Machines (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment Bill, motion for 224.

Limitation of debate, 125.

 

Discharge of business, 302.

 

Disorder, serious, 270.

 

Division - 30, 40, 60, 70, 126, 129, 132, 147, 152, 190, 193 (2), 194, 200, 216, 217, 218,219, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 255, 256, 270, 286, 297, 298, 299, 303, 315, 316, 317, 320, 321, 322, 344 and 347.

Lack of absolute majority, 129.

List - correction of error, 300.

 

Distinguished visitor, 95.

 

Flinders University of South Australia -

Election to Council, 8.

Substitution of Member, 216.

 

Governor -

Opening Speech, tabled, 2.

Proclamation summoning Parliament, 1.

Summons from, 1.

 

Joint Standing, Suspension of -

To entitle the Chairman to a vote on every question, but when the votes are equal the Chairman shall also have a casting vote, 202.

To enable a Bill to pass through all stages without delay and without the necessity for reference to a Select Committee, 55.

 

Matter of Urgency, 264.

 

Members -

Death of former -

Hon M B Dawkins, 37.

Hon J W Slater, 173.

Leave of absence -

Mr Caudell - ill health, 184 and 206.

Mr Skalzi - ill health, 184.

Mr De Laine - ill health, 313.

Named -

Mr Atkinson, 270, apology not accepted 270, suspension 270.

Hon F T Blevins, apology accepted 270.

Mr Brokenshire, 146, apology accepted 146.

Deputy Leader of the Opposition (Mr Clarke), 24, apology accepted 24.

Deputy Leader of the Opposition (Mr Clarke), 140, apology accepted 140.

Deputy Leader of the Opposition (Mr Clarke), 206, apology accepted 206.

Deputy Leader of the Opposition (Mr Clarke), explanation not accepted 303, suspension 303

Mr Foley, 59, apology accepted, 59.

Mr Foley, 60, explanation not accepted, 60, suspension, 60.

Mr Foley, 190, explanation not accepted, 190, suspension, 190.

Mr Lewis, 247, member absent no explanation, 248, suspension 248.

Leader of the Opposition (Hon M D Rann), 345, apology accepted 345.

 

Questions without Notice - Extension of period for asking, 10, 15, 31, 38, 43, 54 and 67.

 


Rescission of Order of the House, 70.

 

Sitting -

Extension of, 11, 12, 56, 62, 80, 118, 286, 297, 332 and 360.

Next day of, 10, 16, 49, 87, 126, 166, 235, 280, 323 and 360.

Suspension and resumption, 12, 25, 37, 118, 202, 237, 238, 272, 349, 359, 360 and 364.

 

Speaker -

Matter of Privilege raised, 114, 140, 265 and 360.

No confidence motion in, 146.

Ruling -

Disagreement to, 234.

Statement -

Possible matter of Privilege, 25, 83, 125, 146 and 269.

Press statement by Member, 247.

 

Standing and Sessional Orders, Suspension of -

To enable - That until a Standing Orders Committee Report relating to Private Members' Business has been adopted by the House, 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 p.m. - 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 p.m. on Thursdays the sitting of the House is suspended until 2.00 p.m.

(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, 24.

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 10.00 p.m.

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

(i) may be moved later than 5.00 p.m.;

(ii)    may not be debated, 6.

To enable, for the remainder of the Session, that, when any division or quorum is called, the division bell will be rung for three minutes with the Clerk determining the three minutes by using the debate time clock, 10.

To enable the introduction of Government Bills before the Address in Reply is adopted, 10.


To enable

(a) the Report of the Auditor General; and Budget Results 1995-96 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 and Deputy Premier                                                                                                                                                        30 minutes

Health                                                                                                                                 15 minutes

Tourism and Environment and Natural Resources                                                             30 minutes

Emergency Services and Housing, Urban Development & Local Government Relations  30 minutes

Employment, Training and Further Education and Primary Industries                                 30 minutes

Industry, Manufacturing, Small Business and Regional Development                                15 minutes

(b) a motion to be moved - That the Report of the Auditor General; and Budget Results 1995-96 be noted and that the time for speeches be as follows:

One Minister and the Leader of the Opposition or Member deputed by him - 20 minutes.

Any other Member - 10 minutes, 11.

To enable strangers to film proceedings from the vicinity of the Table for the purpose of an educational video, 16.

To enable the report of the Select Committee on Petrol Multi Site Franchising to be brought up, 16.

To enable a Notice of Motion: Government Business to be proceeded with before the Address in Reply is completed, 24.

To enable Notices of Motion: Other Motions to be postponed until after Orders of the Day: Private Members Bills/Committees/Regulations are disposed of, 30 231, 302 and 321.

To enable a Bill to be introduced without notice, 49 and 166.

To enable a Bill to pass through all stages without delay, 50, 100, 130, 132 and 309.

To enable a Bill to pass through remaining stages without delay, 324.

To enable two Bills to pass through their remaining stages without delay, 256.

To enable a Bill to be introduced and to pass through all stages without delay, 61.

To enable three Bills to be introduced and to pass through all stages without delay, 213 and  338.

To enable the Clerk to deliver a Message to the Legislative Council when this House is not sitting, 50.

To enable Notices of Motions: Other Motions to be postponed until after Other Motions: Private Members Bills/Committees/Regulations are disposed of, 66, 151.

To enable Other Motions to be proceeded with, forthwith, 68.

To enable the rescission an order of the House made this day, 70.

To enable an instruction, without notice, to be moved, 78.

To enable a notice of motion to be given, forthwith, 125.

To enable recession of the motion for limitation of debate adopted on Tuesday 12 April, 99.

To enable the Acts Interpretation (Commencement Proclamations) Amendment Bill to pass through its remaining stages, forthwith,

To enable the House to sit beyond midnight, 195, 220, 237, 298 and 353.

To enable, notwithstanding the preceding matter of urgency, an additional period of one hour to be allotted for the asking of questions without notice, 265.

 

`BILLS -              

HA= House of Assembly

LC = Legislative Council

SO = Standing Orders

Recommended = Recommended by Governor

Intro = introduction and First reading

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

 

Adoption (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 9) - Intro, 26; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 61; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 117,118; assent, 137. (Act No 83 of 1996)

Alice Springs to Darwin Railway (Nos 56,78) - Intro, 127; recommended, 137; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 167; returned by LC without amendment, 214; assent, 251. (Act No 23 of 1997)

Animal and Plant Control (Agricultural Protection and Other Purposes) (Interim Control Boards) Amendment (No 21) - Intro, 50; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 90; returned by LC without amendment, 106; assent, 137. (Act No 81 of 1996)

ANZ Executors & Trustee Company (South Australia) Limited (Transfer of Business) (No 16)  - Received from LC, 36; 2r moved, 39; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 78; assent, 113. (Act No 78 of 1996)

Appropriation (No 105) - Recommended, 261; intro, 262; 2r debate, 265,266; motion requesting attendance of LC Ministers at Est Ctees agreed to, 271; grievance debate, 266,272; referred to Est Ctees, timetable adopted and Ctees appointed, 272-274; leave for LC Ministers to attend Est Ctees granted by LC, 284; 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, 292; returned by LC without amendment, 349; assent, 366. (Act No 46 of 1997)

ASER (Restructure) (No 99) - Intro, 253; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 284; returned by LC without amendment, 310; assent, 327. (Act No 38 of 1997)

Associations Incorporation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 75) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 180; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 248,249; assent, 289. (Act No 29 of 1997)

Bank Merger (National/BNZ) (No 108) - Intro, 271; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 304; returned by LC without amendment, 315; assent, 327. (Act No 40 of 1997)


Bank Mergers (South Australia) (Nos 109,120) - Intro, 271; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 304; returned by LC without amendment, 315; assent, 327. (Act No 39 of 1997)

Bulk Handling of Grain (Directors) Amendment (No 41) - Intro, 100; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 142; returned by LC without amendment, 166; assent, 189. (Act No 2 of 1997)

Casino (No 80) - Intro, 191; contingent motion agreed to for cognate debate on Casino, Gaming Supervisory Authority (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment, Liquor Licensing (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment and Gaming Machines (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment Bills, 224; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 224,225; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 280-284; assent, 289. (Act No 31 of 1997)

Community Protection (No 46) - Intro, 103; 2r debate, 178,302,321. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Constitution (Casual Vacancies in House of Assembly) Amendment (No 68) - Intro, 163; SO suspended, 175; 2r debate, 175,199,230; 2r, 230; Ctee, 230,231,277,278,320; reported without amendment, 320; 3r (absolute majority), 343,344. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Constitution (Parliamentary Terms) Amendment (No 148) - Received from LC, 361. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Construction Industry Long Service Leave (Transitional Provisions) Amendment (No 102) - Intro, 254; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 296; returned by LC without amendment, 330; assent, 365. (Act No 44 of 1997)

Co-operatives (Nos 126,137) - Received from LC, 310; 2r moved, 314; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 332; returned by LC without amendment, 346; assent, 366. (Act No 61 of 1997)

Correctional Services (Victim Protection) Amendment) (No 31) - Intro, 67; 2r debate, 200.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Criminal Assets Confiscation (No 50, 96) - Recommended, 9; received from LC and 2r moved, 116; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 128; amendment agreed to by LC, 133; assent, 138. (Act No 95 of 1996)

Criminal Law Consolidation (Intoxication) Amendment (No 45) - Intro, 103; 2r debate, 178,233; 2r negatived, 234. Negatived in HA.

Criminal Law Consolidation (Self Defence) Amendment (No 76) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 180; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 215-219; assent, 251. (Act No 10 of 1997)

Dentists (Clinical Dental Technicians) Amendment (No 113) - Received from LC, 274.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Development Plan (City of Salisbury - MFP (The Levels)) Amendment (No 43) - Intro, SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 101; returned by LC without amendment, 128; assent, 137. (Act No 84 of 1996)

Development (Private Certification) Amendment (No 42) - Intro, 100; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 148; returned by LC without amendment, 160; assent, 189. (Act No 3 of 1997)

Development (Swimming Pools Safety) Amendment (No 66) - Intro, 161.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Electoral (Computer Vote Counting) Amendment (No 122) – Received from LC, SO suspended, 2r moved, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 309; assent, 327. (Act No 41 of 1997)

Electoral (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 85,93) - Received from LC, 191; 2r moved, 203; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 220,221; amendments agreed to without amendment, amendment disagreed to and alternative amendment made in lieu, amendment disagreed to, and consequential amendment made by LC; and amendments not insisted on and alternative amendment agreed to, and consequential amendment agreed to by HA, 240,241; assent, 261. (Act No 22 of 1997)

Electricity (Nos 13,26) - Intro, 35; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 56,57; returned by LC with amendments and amendments disagreed to by HA, 115,116; amendments insisted on by LC and disagreement insisted on and Conf requested by HA, 118; Conf granted by LC and time and place agreed to by HA, 119; sitting of House continued during Conf, 121; Conf reported, 123; recommendations from Conf agreed to by LC and HA, 128; assent, 138. (Act No 96 of 1996)

Electricity (Vegetation Clearance) Amendment (No 65) - Intro, 160; discharged, 256. Discharged in HA.

Electricity (Vegetation Clearance) Amendment (No 101) - Intro, 253; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 304,305; returned by LC with amendments  and amendments agreed to without amendment amendments disagreed to and alternatives made in lieu and amendments disagreed to by HA, 349-351; amendments not insisted on and alternative amendments agreed to by LC, 358; assent, 366. (Act No 62 of 1997)

Enfield General Cemetery (Administration of West Terrace Cemetery) Amendment (No 98) - Intro, 253; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 308; returned by LC with amendments, 357,358; amendments agreed to by HA, 360; assent, 366. (Act No 63 of 1997)

Environment Protection (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 67) - Intro, 161; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 175; returned by LC without amendment, 238; assent, 251. (Act No 11 of 1997)

Equal Opportunity (Application of Sexual Harassment Provisions) Amendment (No 35)  - Received from LC, 80; 2r moved, 84.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Equal Opportunity (Sexual Harassment) Amendment (Nos 127,135) - Received from LC, 311; 2r moved, 314; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 331; amendments disagreed to by LC and insisted on by HA, 336-338; Conf requested by LC and granted by HA, 346; time and place agreed to by LC and sitting of House continued during Conf, 349; Conf reported and recommendations from Conf agreed to by HA, 352,353; recommendations from Conf agreed to by LC, 360; assent, 366. (Act No 47 of 1997)

Equal Opportunity (Tribunal) Amendment (No 48) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 105; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 111; assent, 137. (Act No 85 of 1996)

Fair Trading (Unconscionable Conduct) Amendment (No 149) - Received from LC, 361. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Fisheries (Protection of Fish Farms) Amendment (No 53) - (Restored to Notice Paper in LC) - Returned by LC with an amendment, 117; amendment disagreed to by HA, 119; amendment not insisted on by LC, 128; assent, 138. (Act No 97 of 1996)

Food (Labelling) Amendment (No 119) - Received from LC, 299.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Freedom of Information (Public Opinion Polls) Amendment (No 29)  - Intro, 65; 2r debate, 200.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Friendly Societies (South Australia) Amendment (Nos 106,115) - Recommended, 223; received from LC and 2r moved, 265;2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 284,285; amendment agreed to by LC, 287; assent, 289. (Act No 36 of 1997)

Gaming Machines (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment (No 83) - Intro, 191; contingent motion agreed to for cognate debate on Casino, Gaming Supervisory Authority (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment, Liquor Licensing (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment and Gaming Machines (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment Bills, 224; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 225.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.


Gaming Supervisory Authority (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment (No 81) - Intro, 191; contingent motion agreed to for cognate debate on Casino, Gaming Supervisory Authority (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment, Liquor Licensing (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment and Gaming Machines (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment Bills, 224; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 225; returned by LC without amendment, 284; assent, 289. (Act No 32 of 1997)

Gas (Nos 62,77) - Intro, 148; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 180; returned by LC without amendment, 238; assent, 252. (Act No 24 of 1997)

Gas (Appliances) Amendment (No 44) - Intro, 101; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 148; returned by LC without amendment, 160; assent, 189. (Act No 4 of 1997)

Goods Securities (Motor Vehicles) Amendment (No 92) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 219; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 226; assent, 251. (Act No 12 of 1997)

Government Financial Responsibility (No 145) - Intro, 343.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Industrial and Employee Relations (Harmonisation) Amendment (Nos 103,118) - Intro, 154; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 297-299; returned by LC with amendments and amendments disagreed to by HA, 354-356; amendments insisted on by LC, disagreement insisted on and Conf requested by HA, granted by LC and; time and place agreed to by HA, 358,359; Conf reported and recommendations from Conf agreed to by LC and HA, 361-364; assent, 367. (Act No 68 of 1997)

Industrial and Employee Relations (President’s Powers) Amendment (No 27) - SO suspended, intro, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 61; returned by LC without amendment, 68; assent, 99. (Act No 74 of 1996)

Industrial and Employee Relations (Registered Associations) Amendment (No 139) - Intro, 336; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 338; returned by LC without amendment, 346; assent, 366. (Act No 48 of 1997)

Industrial and Employee Relations (Transitional Arrangements) Amendment (No 39) - Intro, 100; SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 101; returned by LC without amendment, 111; assent, 137. (Act No 86 of 1996)

Irrigation (Conversion to Private Irrigation District) Amendment (No 24) - Intro, 55; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 89; returned by LC with an amendment and amendment agreed to by HA, 127; assent, 137. (Act No 87 of 1996)

Irrigation (Transfer of Surplus Water) Amendment (No 133) - Intro, 330; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 339; returned by LC without amendment, 364; assent, 366. (Act No 64 of 1997)

Juries (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 125) - Received from LC, 310; 2r moved, 314; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 332; assent, 366. (Act No 49 of 1997)

Land Acquisition (Right of Review) Amendment (No 69) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 166; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 203; assent, 251. (Act No 5 of 1997)

Legal Practitioners (Membership of Board and Tribunal) Amendment (No 86) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 192; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 215; assent, 251. (Act No 13 of 1997)

Legal Practitioners (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 37) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 95; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 111; assent, 137. (Act No 88 of 1996)

Liquor Licensing (Nos 117,129) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 296; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 316,317; amendment agreed to and amendments disagreed to by LC and amendments insisted on by HA, 324; Conf requested by LC and granted by HA, 325,326; time and place agreed to by LC, 326; Conf reported, 328; recommendations from Conf agreed to by HA, 330; recommendations from Conf agreed to by LC, 333; assent, 366. (Act No 65 of 1997)

Liquor Licensing (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment (No 82) - Intro, 191; contingent motion agreed to for cognate debate on Casino, Gaming Supervisory Authority (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment, Liquor Licensing (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment and Gaming Machines (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment Bills, 224; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 225; returned by LC without amendment, 284; assent, 289. (Act No 33 of 1997)

Livestock (Nos 40,60) - Intro, 100; recommended, 113; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 141; returned by LC without amendment, 185; assent, 251. (Act No 6 of 1997)

Local Government (City of Adelaide) (Nos 1,17) - SO suspended and intro, 9,10; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 39,40; returned by LC with amendments and amendments disagreed to by HA, 87-89; amendments insisted on by LC and disagreement insisted on and Conf requested by HA, 90; Conf granted by LC and time and place agreed to by HA, 91; sitting of House continued during Conf, 93,99,103; Conf reported (no agreement reached), 107. Laid aside in LC

Local Government (City of Adelaide Elections) Amendment (No 89) - SO suspended, intro, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 213; returned by LC without amendment, 237; assent, 251. (Act No 14 of 1997)

Local Government (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 112) - Intro, 272; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 292; returned by LC with amendments  and amendments agreed to by HA, 348,349; assent, 367. (Act No 66 of 1997)

Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment (Nos 19,34)  - Intro, 44; 2r debate, 2r, SO suspended, instruction to Ctee agreed to, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 78,79; returned by LC with an amendment and amendment disagreed to by HA, 131; amendment insisted on by LC and disagreement insisted on and Conf requested by HA, 134; Conf granted by LC, time and place agreed to by HA and sitting of House continued during Conf, 134; Conf reported and recommendations from Conf agreed to by LC and HA, 135; assent, 138. (Act No 98 of 1996)

Long Service Leave (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 84) - Intro, 191; 2r debate and 2r ,236; Ctee, 236,237,254,255; reported without amendment and 3r, 255; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 356,357; assent, 366. (Act No 50 of 1997)

Lottery and Gaming (Sweepstakes) Amendment (No 3) - Intro, 17; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 44; returned by LC without amendment, 62; assent, 99. (Act No 75 of 1996)

MFP Development (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 4,15) - Intro, 17; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 35; returned by LC without amendment, 62; assent, 99. (Act No 76 of 1996)

Motor Vehicles (Demerit Points) Amendment (No 23)  - Received from LC, 2r moved, SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 50; assent, 99. (Act No 73 of 1996)

Motor Vehicles (Farm Implements and Machines) Amendment (Nos 130,142) - Received from LC, 324; 2r moved, 330; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 339; returned by LC without amendment, 346; assent, 366. (Act No 51 of 1997)

Motor Vehicles (Inspections) Amendment (No 57) - Received from LC, 2r moved and SO suspended, 130; 2r debate, 130; 132; 2r and 3r, 132; assent, 138. (Act No 99 of 1996)

National Wine Centre (No 97) - Intro, 253; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 285-287; returned by LC with an amendment, 329; amendment disagreed to and alternative made in lieu by HA, 339; amendment not insisted on and alternative agreed to by LC, 351; assent, 366. (Act No 52 of 1997)

Netherby Kindergarten (Variation of Waite Trust) (No 79) - Received from LC, 186; 2r moved, 192; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 236; assent, 251. (Act No 15 of 1997)

Non-Metropolitan Railways (Transfer) (Nos 140,143) – Received from LC, 2r moved and SO suspended, 338; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 340; returned by LC without amendment, 358; assent, 366. (Act No 53 of 1997)

Parliamentary Remuneration (Supplementary Allowances and Benefits) Amendment (No 49) - Intro, SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 106; returned by LC without amendment, 116; assent, 137. (Act No 89 of 1996)

Partnership (Limited Partnerships) Amendment (Nos 123,136) - Received from LC, 310; 2r moved, 314; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 332; returned by LC without amendment, 346; assent, 366. (Act No 54 of 1997)

Pay-roll Tax (Superannuation Benefits) Amendment (No 6) - Intro, 25; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 61; returned by LC without amendment, 95; assent, 137. (Act No 79 of 1996)

Police (Complaints and Disciplinary Proceedings) (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 32) - Received from LC, 75; 2r moved, 78; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 102; assent, 137. (Act No 90 of 1996)

Police (Contract Appointments) Amendment (Nos 8,25) - Recommended, 23; intro, 26; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 56; returned by LC with amendments, 110; amendments agreed to by HA, 115; assent, 137. (Act No 91 of 1996)

Police Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 71) - SO suspended, intro, 166,167; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 175; returned by LC without amendment, 185; assent, 251. (Act No 7 of 1997)

Public Finance and Audit (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 91) - SO suspended, intro, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 214; returned by LC without amendment, 238; assent, 251. (Act No 16 of 1997)

Pulp and Paper Mill (Hundreds of Mayurra and Hindmarsh) (Council Rates) Amendment (No 5) - Restored to Notice Paper, 17; time for bringing up report of Select Committee extended, 38; Report brought up and noted, and 3r, 106; returned by LC without amendment, 153; assent, 170. (Act No 1 of 1997)

Racial Vilification (No 10) - (Restored in LC) - Returned by LC with amendments, 32-34; amendments disagreed to by HA, 55; amendments insisted on by LC and disagreement insisted on and Conf requested by HA, 74,75; Conf granted by LC and time and place agreed to by HA, 90; Conf reported recommending that LC do not further insist on its amendments, 93; recommendations from Conf agreed to by LC and HA, 95; assent, 137. (Act No 92 of 1996)

Racing (Interstate Totalizator) Amendment (No 90) - SO suspended, intro, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 213; returned by LC without amendment, 238; assent, 251. (Act No 17 of 1997)

Racing (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 114) - Intro, 280; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 296; returned by LC without amendment, 351; assent, 367. (Act No 67 of 1997)

Railways (Operations and Access) (Nos 141,144) – Received from LC, 2r moved, and SO suspended, 338; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 340,341; returned by LC without amendment, 358; assent, 366. (Act No 55 of 1997)

Rehabilitation of Sexual Offenders (No 55) - Intro, 121; 2r debate, 164,177,199,232; 2r, 233; Ctee, 233,278,301,320,321; reported without amendment, 321.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Retail Shop Leases Amendment (Nos 121,128) - Received from LC, 308; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 314,315; amendment disagreed to by LC and insisted on by HA,  323; Conf requested by LC and granted by HA, 325; time and place agreed to by LC, 326; Conf reported, 328; recommendations from Conf agreed to by HA, 330; recommendations from Conf agreed to by LC, 333; assent, 366. (Act No 56 of 1997)

Retail Shop Leases (Select Committee Recommendations) Amendment (No 30) - Intro, 67; 2r debate, 200.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Road Traffic (Expressways) Amendment (No 131) - Received from LC, 324; 2r moved, 330; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 339; assent, 366. (Act No 57 of 1997)

Road Traffic (Inspection) Amendment (No 58) - Received from LC, 131; 2r moved and SO suspended, 132, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 134; assent, 138. (Act No 100 of 1996)

Road Traffic (U-Turns at Traffic Lights) Amendment (No 116) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 285; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 296; assent, 327. (Act No 37 of 1997)

Roads (Opening and Closing) (Parliamentary Disallowance of Closures) Amendment (No 147) - Received from LC, 361. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Roxby Downs (Indenture Ratification) (Amendment of Indenture) Amendment (No 20) - SO suspended, intro, 49; 2r debate, 2r, Joint SO (Private Bills) suspended to avoid necessity for Select Committee (hybrid Bill) and 3r, 55; returned by LC without amendment, 111; assent, 137. (Act No 93 of 1996)

RSL Memorial Hall Trust (No 72) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 174; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 215; assent, 251. (Act No 18 of 1997)

Second-hand Dealers and Pawnbrokers (No 51) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 116; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 129; assent, 138. (Act No 101 of 1996)

Second-hand Vehicle Dealers (Compensation Fund) Amendment (Nos 134,146) – Received from LC and 2r moved, 331; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 346; amendment disagreed to by LC and insisted on by HA, 351,352; Conf requested by LC, granted by HA, time and place agreed to by LC and sitting of House continued during Conf, 353,354; Conf reported and recommendations from Conf agreed to by  HA, , 359; recommendations from Conf agreed to by LC, 361; assent, 366. (Act No 58 of 1997)

South Australian Ports (Bulk Handling Facilities) (No 7) - Recommended, 23; intro, 25; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 75; returned by LC without amendment, 128; assent, 138. (Act No 94 of 1996)

South Australian Tourism, Recreation and Sport Commission (Nos 18,28)  - Intro, 44; recommended, 48; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 62.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.

South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage (Contributions) Amendment (No 22) - Recommended, 48; intro, 50; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 78; returned by LC with amendments, 133; amendments agreed to by HA, 135; assent, 138. (Act No 102 of 1996)

Stamp Duties (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 64) - Intro, 160; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 186; returned by LC without amendment, 237; assent, 251. (Act No 20 of 1997)

Stamp Duties (Rates of Duty) Amendment (No 110) - Intro, 271; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 304; returned by LC without amendment, 315; assent, 327. (Act No 42 of 1997)

State Records (No 14)  - Intro, 35; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 74; returned by LC with amendments, 184,185; amendments agreed to by HA, 192; assent, 251. (Act No 8 of 1997)

Statutes Amendment (Attorney-General’s Portfolio) (No 124) - Received from LC, 310; 2r moved, 314; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 331; assent, 366. (Act No 59 of 1997)

Statutes Amendment (Community Titles) (No 107) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 266; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 309; assent, 327. (Act No 43 of 1997)

Statutes Amendment (Pay-roll Tax and Taxation Administration) (No 94) - Intro, 224; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 248; returned by LC without amendment, 284; assent, 289. (Act No 34 of 1997)

Statutes Amendment (References to Banks) (No 95) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 235; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 248; assent, 289. (Act No 30 of 1997)

Statutes Amendment (Sexual Offences) (No 47) - Intro, 104; 2r debate, 178,302,322.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Statutes Amendment (Superannuation) (No 73) - Intro, 174; recommended, 178; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 214; returned by LC without amendment, 237; assent, 252. (Act No 25 of 1997)

Statutes Amendment (Taxation Administration) (No 11) - Recommended, 31; intro, 34; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 74; returned by LC without amendment, 96; assent, 137. (Act No 82 of 1996)

Statutes Amendment (Water Resources) (No 104) - Intro, 254; SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 256,257; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 285; assent, 289. (Act No 35 of 1997)

Statutes Repeal and Amendment (Development) (Environmental Impact Statements) Amendment (No 132) - Intro, SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 324,325; returned by LC without amendment, 358; assent, 366. (Act No 60 of 1997)

St. John (Discharge of Trusts) (No 74) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 179; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 214; assent, 251. (Act No 19 of 1997)

Subordinate Legislation (Commencement of Regulations) Amendment (No 63) - Received from LC and 2r moved, 160; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 204; amendments disagreed to by LC, 219,220; amendments insisted on by HA, 225; Conf requested by LC and granted by HA and time and place agreed to by LC, 226; Conf reported (no agreement reached), 229; Report taken into consideration and Bill laid aside, 237. Laid aside in HA.

Summary Offences (Prostitution) Amendment (No 36) - Intro, 83; 2r debate, 104,178,199,302,322.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Superannuation (Employee Mobility) Amendment (No 70) - SO suspended, intro, 166; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 174; returned by LC without amendment, 185; assent, 251. (Act No 9 of 1997)

Superannuation Funds Management Corporation of South Australia (Liability to Taxes, etc.) Amendment (No 2) - Intro, 16; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 44; returned by LC without amendment, 62; assent, 99. (Act No 77 of 1996)

Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No 111) - Intro, 271; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 308; returned by LC without amendment, 329; assent, 365. (Act No 45 of 1997)

Supply (No 59): - Intro, 141; recommended, 159; 2r debate, 156,161; 2r, 161; Grievance debate, 161,170; 3r, 170; returned by LC without amendment, 240; assent, 251. (Act No 21 of 1997)

Taxation Administration (No 12) - Recommended, 31; intro, 34; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 74; returned by LC without amendment, 95; assent, 137. (Act No 80 of 1996)

Tobacco Products Regulation (Nos 61,87) - Recommended, 137; intro, 147; 2r debate and 2r, 184; Ctee, 184,192-197,203; reported with amendments and 3r, 203; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment, amendments agreed to with amendments, amendment disagreed to, and suggested amendments disagreed to by HA, 238-240; amendment not insisted on, amendments to amendments agreed to and suggested amendments no insisted on by LC, 242; assent, 252. (Act No 26 of 1997)

Tobacco Products Regulation (Miscellaneous) (No 100) - Intro, 253; SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 256; returned by LC without amendment, 266; assent, 289. (Act No 28 of 1997)

Unclaimed Superannuation Benefits (No 138) – Recommended, 335; intro, 336.  Lapsed owing to prorogation.

Waite Trust (Miscellaneous Variations)(No 52) - Received from LC, 2r moved, SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 117; assent, 138. (Act No 103 of 1996)

Water Resources (Nos 33,38) - Intro, 78; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 96,97; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA, 206-213; assent, 252. (Act No 27 of 1997)

Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Definition of trauma) Amendment (No 54) - Intro, 121; 2r debate, 164,177,231; 2r negatived, 232. Negatived in HA.

 

Messages from the Governor -

No 1 - Criminal Assets Confiscation Bill - recommending 9.

No 2 - Police (Contract Appointments) Amendment Bill - recommending 23.

No 3 - South Australian Ports (Bulk Handling Facilities Bill - recommending 23.

No 4 - Taxation Administration Bill - recommending 31.

No 5 - Statutes Amendment (Taxation Administration) Bill - recommending 31.

No 6 - South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage (Contributions) Amendment Bill - recommending 48.

No 7 - South Australian Tourism, Recreation and Sport Commission Bill - recommending 48.

No 8 - Assent to Bills 99.

No 9 - Assent to Bill 113.

No 10 - Livestock Bill - recommending 113.

No 11 - Alice Spring to Darwin Railway Bill - recommending 137.

No 12 - Tobacco Products Regulation Bill - recommending 137.

No 13 - Assent to Bills 137.

No 14 - Supply Bill - recommending 159.

No 15 - Assent to Bill 170.

No 16 - Statutes Amendment (Superannuation) Bill - recommending 179.

No 17 - Assent to Bills 189.

No 18 - Friendly Societies (South Australia) Amendment Bill - recommending 223.

No 20 - Assent to Bills 261.

No 21 - Appropriation Bill 1997 - recommending 261.

No 22 - Assent to Bills 289.

No 23 - Assent to Bills 327.

No 24 – Unclaimed Superannuation Benefits Bill - recommending 335.

 

Messages from the Legislative Council -

No 1 - Standing Orders Committee 10.

No 2 - Printing Committee 10.

No 3 - Racial Vilification Bill, - amendments  32.

No 4 - ANZ Executors and Trustees (South Australia) Limited (Transfer of Business) - transmitting 36.

No 5 - Motor Vehicles (Demerit Points) Amendment Bill - transmitting 50.

No-6 - Multiculturalism and Aboriginal Reconciliation Bill - agreeing to 55.

No 7 - Superannuation Funds Management Corporation of South Australia (Liability to Taxes, etc.) Amendment Bill - returning 62.

No 8 - Lottery and Gaming (Sweepstakes) Amendment Bill - returning 62.

No 9 - MFP Development (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - returning 62.

No 10 - Industrial and Employee Relations (President’s Powers) Amendment Bill - returning 68.

No 11 - Racial Vilification Bill - returning 74.

No 12 - Police (Complaints and Disciplinary Proceedings)(Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - transmitting 75.

No 13 - Equal Opportunity (Application of Sexual Harassment Provisions) Amendment Bill - transmitting 80.

No 14 - Local Government (City of Adelaide) Bill - returning with amendments 87.

No 15 - Local Government (City of Adelaide) Bill - returning and insisting on amendments 90.

No 16 - Racial Vilification Bill - agreeing to grant conference 90.

No 17 - Local Government (City of Adelaide) Bill - agreeing to grant conference 91.

No 18 - Legal Practitioners Amendment Bill - transmitting 95.

No 19 - Racial Vilification Bill - agreeing to conference recommendations 95.

No 20 - Pay-roll Tax (Superannuation Benefits) Amendment Bill - agreeing to 95.

No 21 - Taxation Administration Bill - agreeing to. 95.

No 22 - Statutes Amendment (Taxation Administration) - agreeing to 96.

No 23 - Equal Opportunity (Tribunal) Amendment Bill- transmitting 105.

No 24 - Animal and Plant Control (Agricultural Protection and Other Purposes)(Interim Control Boards) Amendment Bill - agreeing to 106.

No 25 - Police (Contract Appointments) Amendment Bill - returning with amendments 110.

No 26 - Industrial and Employee Relations (Transitional Arrangements) Amendment Bill - returning 111.

No 27 - Roxby Downs (Indenture Ratification)(Amendment to Indenture) Amendment Bill - returning 111.

No 28 - Electricity Bill - returning with amendment 115.

No 29 - Parliamentary Remuneration (Supplementary Allowances and Benefits) Amendment Bill - returning 116.

No 30 - Criminal Assets Confiscation Bill - transmitting 116.

No 31 - Second-hand Dealers and Pawnbrokers Bill - transmitting 116.

No 32 - Waite Trust (Miscellaneous Variations) Bill - transmitting 117.

No 33 - Fisheries (Protection of Fish Farms) Amendment Bill - returning with amendment 117.

No 34 - Adoption (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - returning with amendment 117.

No 35 - Electricity Bill - returning with amendments 118.

No 36 - Electricity Bill - requesting conference 119.

No 37 - Irrigation (Conversion to Private Irrigation District) Amendment Bill - returning with amendment 127.

No 38 - Development Plan (City of Salisbury - MFP (The Levels) Amendment Bill - returning 128.

No 39 - South Australian Ports (Bulk Handling Facilities) Bill - returning 128.

No 40 - Fisheries (Protection of Fish Farms) Amendment Bill - returning 128.

No 41 - Electricity Bill - agreeing to conference recommendations and returning 128.

No 42 - Motor Vehicles (Inspections) Amendment Bill - transmitting 130.

No 43 - Road Traffic (Inspection) Amendment Bill - transmitting 131.

No 44 - Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill - returning with amendments 131.

No 45 - South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage (Contributions) Amendment Bill - returning with amendments 133.

No 46 - Criminal Assets Confiscation Bill - returning 133.

No 47 - Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill - returning and insisting on its amendments 134.

No 48 - Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill - requesting conference 134.

No 49 - Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill - agreeing to conference recommendations 135.

No 50 - Pulp and Paper Mill (Hundreds of Mayurra and Hindmarsh)(Council Rates) Amendment Bill - agreeing to 153.

No 51 - Subordinate Legislation (Commencement of Regulations) Amendment Bill - passed 160.

No 52 - Gas (Appliances) Amendment Bill - returning 160.

No 53 - Development (Private Certification) Amendment Bill - agreeing to 160.

No 54 - Land Acquisition (Right of Review) Amendment Bill - transmitting 166.

No 55 - Bulk Handling of Grain (Directors) Amendment Bill - returning 166.

No 56 - RSL Memorial Hall Trust Bill - transmitting 174.

No 57 - St. John (Discharge of Trust) Bill - transmitting 179.

No 58 - Associations Incorporation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - transmitting 180.

No 59 - Criminal Law Consolidation (Self Defence) Amendment Bill - transmitting 180.

No 60 - State Records Bill - agreeing to 184.

No 61 - Superannuation (Employee Mobility) Amendment Bill - agreeing to 185.

No 62 - Police Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - agreeing to 185.

No 63 - Livestock Bill - agreeing to 185.

No 64 - Netherby Kindergarten (Variation to Waite Trust) Bill - transmitting 186.

No 65 - Electoral (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - transmitting 191.

No 66 - Legal Practitioners (Membership of Board and Tribunal) Amendment Bill - transmitting 192.

No 67 - Water Resources Bill - returning 206.

No 68 - Alice Springs to Darwin Railway Bill - returning 214.

No 69 - Goods Securities (Motor Vehicles) Amendment Bill - transmitting 219.

No 70 - Subordinate Legislation (Commencement of Regulations) Amendment Bill – disagreeing with amendments 219.

No 71 - Subordinate Legislation (Commencement of Regulations) Amendment Bill - requesting a Conference 226, granting a Conference 226.

No 72 - Subordinate Legislation (Commencement of Regulations) Amendment Bill - agreeing to time and place for Conference 226, Conference report 229.

No 73 - Statutes Amendment (Reference to Banks) Bill - transmitting 235.

No 74 - Stamp Duties (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - returning 237.

No 75 - Statutes Amendment (Superannuation) Bill - returning 237.

No 76 - Local Government (City of Adelaide Elections) Amendment Bill - returning 237.

No 77 - Environment Protection (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - returning 238.

No 78 - Public Finance and Audit (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - returning 238.

No 79 - Gas Bill - agreeing to 238.

No 80 - Racing (Interstate Totalizator) Amendment Bill - agreeing to 238.

No 81 - Tobacco Products Regulation Bill - returning to 238.

No 82 - Supply Bill - returning 240.

No 83 - Electoral (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - agreeing to 240.

No 84 - Tobacco Products Regulation Bill - returning 242.

No 85 - Friendly Societies (South Australia) Bill - transmitting 265.

No 86 - Statutes Amendment (Community Titles) Amendment Bill - transmitting 266.

No 87 - Tobacco Products Regulation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - returning 266.

No 88 - Dentists (Clinical Dental Technicians) Amendment Bill - transmitting 274.

No 89 - Casino Bill - returning 280.

No 90 - Gaming Supervisory Authority ( Administrative Restructuring) Amendment Bill - returning 284.

No 91 - Liquor Licensing (Administrative Restructuring) Amendment Bill - returning 284.

No 92 - Statutes Amendment (Pay-roll Tax and Taxation Administration) Bill - returning 284.

No 93 - Estimates Committees - Attendance of Legislative Council Ministers - leave to attend 284.

No 94 - Road Traffic (U-Turns at Traffic Lights) Amendment Bill - transmitting 285.

No 95 - Statutes Amendment (Water Resources) Bill - returning 285.

No 96 - Friendly Societies (South Australia) Bill - returning 287.

No 97 - Liquor Licensing Bill, transmitting 296.

No 98 - Food (Labeling) Amendment Bill – returning 299.

No 99 - Retail Shop Leases Amendment Bill - transmitting 308.

No 100 - Electoral (Computer Vote Counting) Amendment Bill - transmitting 309.

No 101 - Partnership (Limited Partnerships) Amendment Bill - transmitting 310.

No 102 - Statutes Amendment (Attorney-General’s Portfolio) - transmitting 310.

No 103 - Juries (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - transmitting 310.

No 104 - Co-operatives Bill - transmitting 310.

No 105 - ASER (Restructure) Bill - transmitting 310.

No 106 - Equal Opportunity (Sexual Harassment) Amendment Bill - transmitting 311.

No 107 - Bank Merger (National/BNZ) Bill - returning 315.

No 108 - Bank Mergers (South Australia) Bill - returning 315.

No 109 - Stamp Duties (Rate of Duty) Amendment Bill - returning 315.

No 110 - Retail Shop Leases Amendment Bill - returning with amendments 323.

No 111 - Liquor Licensing Bill - returning with amendments 324.

No 112 - Motor Vehicles (Farm Implements and Machines) Amendment Bill - transmitting 324.

No 113 - Road Traffic (Expressways) Amendment Bill - transmitting 324.

No 114 - Retail Shop Leases Amendment Bill - requesting a Conference 325.

No 115 - Liquor Licensing Bill - requesting a Conference 325.

No 116 - Retail Shop Leases Amendment Bill - requesting a Conference 326.

No 117 - Liquor Licensing Bill - agreeing to Conference 326.

No 118 - National Wine Centre - agreeing to 329.

No 119 - Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - agreeing to 329.

No 120 - Construction Industry Long Service Leave (Transitional Provisions) Amendment Bill - agreeing to 330.

No 121 - Second-hand Vehicle Dealers (Compensation Fund) Amendment Bill - transmitting 331.

No 122 - Retail Shop Leases Amendment Bill - agreeing to Conference recommendations 333.

No 123 - Liquor Licensing Bill - agreeing to Conference recommendations 333.

No 124 - Equal Opportunity (Sexual Harassment) Amendment Bill - returning 336.

No 125 - Non-Metropolitan Railway *Transfer) Bill, transmitting 338.

No 126 - Railway (Operations and Access) Bill - transmitting 338.

No 127 - Partnership (Limited Partnerships) Amendment Bill - agreeing to 346.

No 128 - Co-operatives Bill - agreeing to amendments 346.

No 129 - Equal Opportunity (Sexual Harassment) Amendment Bill - granting Conference 346.

No 130 - Motor Vehicles (Farm Implements and Machines) Amendment Bill - agreeing to amendments 346.

No 131 - Industrial and Employee Relations (Registered Associations) Amendment Bill - agreeing to 346.

No 132 - Local Government (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - returning with amendments 348.

No 133 - Conference - Equal Opportunity (Sexual Harassment) Amendment Bill - agreeing to Conference 349.

No 134 - Appropriation Bill, agreeing to 349.

No 135 - Electricity (Vegetation Clearance) Amendment  Bill - returning with amendments 349.

No 136 - Racing (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - returning 351.

No 137 - National Wine Centre Bill - returning 351.

No 138 - Second-hand Vehicle Dealers (Compensation Fund) Amendment Bill - returning with amendments 351.

No 139 - Second-hand Vehicle Dealers (Compensation Fund) Amendment Bill - agreeing to Conference 353.

No 140 - Second-hand Vehicle Dealers (Compensation Fund) Amendment Bill - nominating time and place for Conference 354.

No 141 - Industrial and Employee Relations (Harmonisation) Bill returning with amendments 354.

No 142 - Long Service Leave (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill returning with amendments 356.

No 143 - Enfield Cemetery (Administration of West Terrace Cemetery) Amendment Bill - returning with amendments 357.

No 144 - Statutes Repeal and Amendment (Development) (Environment Impact Statements) Bill - returning 358.

No 145 - Electricity (Vegetation Clearance) Amendment Bill - returning 358.

No 146 - Non-Metropolitan Railways (Transfer) Bill - returning 358.

No 147 - Railway (Operation and Access) Bill - agreeing to amendments 358.

No 148 - Industrial and Employee Relations (Harmonisation) Bill - insisting on its amendments 358.

No 149 - Industrial and Employee Relations (Harmonisation) Bill - agreeing to Conference 359.

No 150 - Equal Opportunity (Sexual Harassment) Amendment Bill - agreeing to Conference recommendations 360.

No 151 - Roads (Opening and Closing) (Parliamentary Disallowance of Closures) Amendment Bill - transmitting 361.

No 152 - Second-hand Dealers (Compensation Fund) Amendment Bill - agreeing to recommendations of Conference 361.

No 153  Constitution (Parliamentary Terms Amendment Bill - transmitting 361.

No 154 - Fair Trading (Unconscionable Conduct) Amendment Bill - transmitting 361.

No 155 - Industrial and Employee Relations (Harmonisation) Bill - agreeing to Conference recommendations 364.

No 156 - Irrigation (Transfer of Surplus Water) Amendment bill - returning 364.

 

Motions -

Aboriginal Children - motion and agreed to 253.

Adelaide Airport curfew - motion 86 and 105.

Adelaide City Soccer Club - motion 260.

Adelaide Rams - motion and agreed to 278.

Apex Australia - motion 201 and 279, agreed to, 279.

Archbishop of Constantinople - motion and agreed to 71.

Auditor-General - Confidence in - motion 30, agreed to 86.

Australia Day - Adelaide Test Cricket - motion 201 and 279, agreed to 279.

Australian Productivity Commission - motion 152.

Barossa Tourist Train - motion 105.

Care of the Dying in South Australia - Report of the Minister for Health, December 1996 - motion and agreed to 124.

Carnevale - motion and agreed to 279.

Committee of Privilege - motion and negatived 152.

Commonwealth Dental Program - motion 69.

Commonwealth State Housing Agreement - motion and agreed to 85.

Cooper Creek Catchment - motion and agreed to 68.

Coordinating Italian Committee - motion 178.

Electoral District – Names - motion 165.

Estimates Committees, attendance of Legislative Council Members - motion and agreed to 271.

Family Summit - motion 31, agreed to 86.

Festival of Music 1996- motion and agreed to 31.

Friends of Parks 1996 Conference - motion and agreed to 48.

Gaming Machine Levy - motion, 122 and 123.

Glenthorne Research Station - motion and agreed to 124.

Greek Cypriots - motion and agreed to 68.

Greek Macedonian consulate - motion 86.

Greener South Australia - motion 68, agreed to 279.

International Mathematics and Science Study - motion and agreed to 122.

Legionnaires disease outbreak - motion 69.

Magna - Wheels Car of the Year - motion 165, agreed to 201.

Motor vehicle and Component Industry - motion 165 and 179.

Motor vehicle – Tariff - motion, 152 - agreed to 202.

Mental Health Care Tumby Bay - motion 104.

Nobel Peace Prize, 1996 - motion and agreed to 85.

Occupation of Cyprus - motion and agreed to 345.

Oceana Shooting Championships – motion and agreed to 179.

Parks High School - motion 85, 105, 200, negatived 200.

Productivity Commission Report on Automotive Tariffs and Export Facilities - motion 260, agreed to 344.

Public sector salaries - motion 83.

Sale of Australian National - motion – 261 and 278.

SANFL Grand Final - motion and agreed to 68.

State/Territories Rights - motion 47 and 70, agreed to 165.

South Australian Export Awards - motion and agreed to 85.

South Australian Netball Team - motion and agreed to 48.

Surf Life Saving SA - National Award - motion 179.

Suspension of Standing Orders - motion and lapses for want of absolute majority 129.

University of South Australia - International Links - motion 31, agreed to 85.

University of South Australia - Underdale and Whyalla campuses - motion 201, agreed to 348.

Walkely Award - Mr Max Fatchen - motion and agreed to 123.

West Beach Trust Proprietors - motion and agreed to 344.

World Muzzle Loading Rifle, Pistol and Shotgun Championships – motion and agreed to 48.

1997 Interdominion Championships – motion and agreed to, 260.

 

Motion for disallowance -

Daylight Saving Act - Regulations, 29.

Discharge of business - MFP Development Act - Regulations, 392

MFP Development Act, 122, 164 and 177.

South Australian Housing Trust Act - Regulations - Water Rates, 121 and 164, negatived 347.

 

Papers

    PP denotes the Parliamentary Paper number.

Aboriginal Affairs, Department of State - Report, 1995-96, 166.

Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, Royal Commission into - Implementation Report, July 1997, 328.

Aboriginal Lands Trust - Report, 1994-95, 94.

Adelaide Convention Centre - Report, 1995-96, 109.

Adelaide Festival Centre - Report, 1995-96, 84, PP53.

Adelaide Festival 1996 (Telstra) - Report, 1994-96, 113.

Adelaide, University of -

    Report, 1995           15.10.96, 20.

    Statutes, 1995         15.10.96, 20.

Ageing, Office for the - Report, 1995-96, 144, PP20.

Agriculture, The Advisory Board of - Report, 1995-96, 4.

Ambulance Service, SA - Report, 1995-96, 124.

Animal and Plant Control Commission - Report, 1996, 291, PP119.

Architects Act - Fees, 264.

Architects Board of South Australia -

    Report, 1995, 335.

    Report, 1996, 335.

Art Gallery of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 53, 41.

Arts and Cultural Development, Department for the - Report, 1995-96, 67, PP105.

ASER Corporate and Legal Structure, 189.

Asset Management Corporation and its Controlled Entities, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 19.

Asset Management Task Force, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 3.

Attorney-General’s Department - Report, 1995-96, 23, PP151.

Auditor-General’s Department  - Independent Audit - Report, 1995-96, 3.

Auditor- General’s Department, Operations of the - Report, 1995-96, 59, PP4A.

Auditor-General -

    Contract Summaries – Report, 263.

    Modbury Hospital - Summary of Confidential Government Contracts

        under  section 41A of the Public Finance and Audit Act 1987, 313, PP4C.

    Report, 1995-96 (Parts A & B), 2, PP4.

    Supplementary Report for the year ended 30 June 1996, 123, PP4B.

    Erratum to Supplementary Report for the year ended 30 June 1996, 138, PP4B.

Australian Financial Institutions Commission - Report, 1995-96, 94.

Australian Barley Board - Report, 1995-96, 54.

Australian Major Events - Report, 1995-96, 73.

Baker MP, Mr D S, Conflict of Interest concerning, -  Report, July 1997, 323.

Baker MP, Mr D S and his Legal Advisers, Response to Conflict of Interest Findings by, - July 1997, 323.

Barley Board, Australian - Report, 1995-96, 54.

Bolivar Wastewater Treatment Plant - Major Odour Event - Audit, July 1997, 323.

Bookmakers Licensing Board - Report, 1995-96, 328.

Border Groundwater Agreement Review Committee -

    Report, 1994-95, 4.

    Report, 1995-96, 359.

Botanic Gardens Adelaide, Board of - Report, 1995-96, 140, PP130.

Budget Results - Report, 1995-96, 3.

Care of the Dying in South Australia Report of the Minister for Health, December 1996, 124.

Carrick Hill Trust -

    Audit Report, 1995-96, 113.

    Report, 1995-96, 53.

Charitable Funds, Commissioners of -

    Report and Statement of Accounts, 1994-95, 73, PP50.

    Report, 1995-96, 328.

Chiropractors Board of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 86, PP145.

Citrus Board of South Australia - Report, 1995-96 and Strategic Plan 1996-2000, 94.

Classification Council, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 19, PP116.

Coast Protection Board - Report, 1995-96, 140, PP51.


Committees -

    Economic and Finance -

        Eighteenth Report - Boards and Committees - Information Systems and a Public Register, 2, PP224.

        Nineteenth Report - Annual Report, 1995-96, 38, PP185.

        Twentieth Report - Economic and Financial Aspects of the Operations of the MFP Development Corporation for the year ended 30 June 1996, 307, PP220.

        Twenty-First Report - Management of Grant Funds by the South Australian Sports Promotion, Cultural and Health Advancement Trust, 329, PP224.

    Environment, Resources and Development -

        Twenty-Third Report - Annual Report, 1995-96, 223, PP205.

        Twenty-Fourth Report - Waste Management Practices in South Australia, 336, PP223.

        Report on Vegetation Clearance Regulations - Response by the Minister for Infrastructure, 38.

        Report into Aspects of  the MFP - Response by  the Minister for Industry, Manufacturing, Small Business and Regional Development, 113.

    Estimates -

        Committee A -

            Minutes of Proceedings, 292.

            Report, 1997, 292.

        Committee B -

            Minutes of Proceedings, 292.

            Report, 1997, 292.

    Legislative Review -

        Report, 1995-96, 10.

        Regulations under the Education Act 1972 - Materials and Services Charges -

            Minutes of Evidence, 313.

            Report, 313.

        Regulations under the Electricity Act 1996 – Report, 189.

        Regulations under the Expiation of Offences Act 1996 – Report, 336.

        Regulations under the Firearms Act 1977 -

            Minutes of Evidence, 114.

            Report, 114.

        First Report, Fourth Session, 10.

        Scrutiny of National Schemes of Legislation - Position Paper – Report, 23.

        Second Report, Fourth Session, 23.

        Third Report, Fourth Session, 59.

        Fourth Report, Fourth Session, 77.

        Fifth Report, Fourth Session, 77.

        Sixth Report, Fourth Session, 99.

        Seventh Report, Fourth Session, 114.

        Eighth Report, Fourth Session, 114.

        Ninth Report, Fourth Session, 147.

        Tenth Report, Fourth Session, 159.

        Eleventh Report, Fourth Session, 159.

        Twelfth Report, Fourth Session, 173.

        Thirteenth Report, Fourth Session, 173.

        Fourteenth Report, Fourth Session, 189.

        Fifteenth Report, Fourth Session, 189.

        Sixteenth Report, Fourth Session, 223.

        Seventeenth Report - Fourth Session, 252.

        Eighteenth Report - Fourth Session, 269.

        Nineteenth Report - Fourth Session, 295.

        Twentieth Report - Fourth Session, 313.

        Twenty-First Report - Fourth Session, 336.

    Printing - First Report, Fourth Session, 124.

    Public Works -

        Thirty-First Report - Burra to Morgan Road Upgrade Stage Two, 2, PP225.

        Thirty-Second Report - Virginia Pipeline Project, 2, PP226.

        Thirty-Third Report - Hindmarsh Soccer Stadium Upgrade, 2, PP227.

        Thirty-Fourth Report - Daveyston Bypass Sturt Highway Upgrading, 2, PP228.

        Thirty-Fifth Report - Royal Adelaide Hospital Carpark and IMVS New Building Project, 2, PP229.

        Thirty-Sixth Report - Mile End Netball Stadium, 9, PP181.

        Thirty-Seventh Report - Glenelg Safe Harbour, 9, PP182.

        Thirty-Eighth Report - Kangaroo Island South Road Coast Road, 20, PP183.

        Thirty-Ninth Report - Rehabilitation of Mypolonga Government Highland Irrigation District, 54, PP187.

        Fortieth Report - Montague Road Upgrade, Chester Crescent - Belalie Road Section, 54, PP186.

        Forty-First Report - Port Road Thebarton Widening, Phillips Street to Goal Road, 73, PP188.

        Forty-Second Report - Adelaide to Crafers Highway Upgrade, 94, PP189.

        Forty-Third Report - Upper South East Dryland Salinity and Flood Management Plan - Stage One1, 110, PP191.

        Forty-Fourth Report - MFP Economic Development Stage One Project, 114, PP193.

        Forty-Fifth Report - Filtration Plant at the Bolivar Wastewater Treatment Plant, 114, PP194.

        Forty-Sixth Report - Flinders Medical Centre Private Hospital Development, 140, PP197.

        Forty-Seventh Report - Adelaide International Airport Runway Extension, 140, PP198.

        Forty-Eighth  Report - Port Lincoln Health and Hospital Service Inc. Redevelopment Stage III, 174, PP199.

        Forty-Ninth Report - Adelaide Dental Hospital Redevelopment, 206, PP203.

        Fiftieth Report - Roxby Downs Health Facility, 244, PP207.

        Fifty-First Report - Christies Beach High School Redevelopment, 263, PP208.

        Fifty-Second Report - Glossop High School Redevelopment, 244, PP210.

        Fifty-Third Report - University of Adelaide Lower Level Site Development, 244, PP211.

        Fifty-Fourth Report - Elliston to Lock Road Upgrade, 244, PP212.

        Fifty-Fifth Report - Kimba to Cleve Road Upgrade, 244, PP213.

        Fifty-Sixth Report - Wilpena Tourist Centre Development, 248, PP216.

        Fifty-Seventh Report - Tanunda Primary School Relocation, 264, PP219.

        Fifty-Eighth Report - Wallaroo to Port Wakefield Road Up-grade - Wallaroo to Kadina Section, 290, PP217.

    Select Committees -

        Organs for Transplantation - Final Report, 319, PP221.

        Petrol Multi Site Franchising -

            Minutes of Evidence, 16.

            Report, 16, PP180.

        Proposed Sale of Land at Carrick Hill (tabled in LC only), PP195.

        Pulp and Paper Mill (Hundreds of Mayurra and Hindmarsh)(Council Rates) Amendment Bill -

                Minutes of Evidence, 106.

                Report, 106, PP190

        Netherby Kindergarten (Variation of Waite Trust) Bill 1997 (tabled LC only), PP204.

        The RSL Memorial Hall Trust Bill 1996 - Report (tabled in LC only), PP201.

        The St John (Discharge of Trusts) Bill 1996 - Report (tabled LC only), PP202.

        The Waite Trust (Miscellaneous Variations) Bill - Report (tabled LC only), PP41.

        Yumbarra Conservation Park Re-proclamation -

            Minutes of Evidence, 225.

            Report, 225, PP206.

    Joint Committee -

        Living Resources -

            Minutes of Evidence, 252.

            Final Report, 252, PP215.

    Social Development -

        Ninth Report - Inquiry into Prostitution - Final Report, 2, PP214.

        Tenth Report - HIV/AIDS - Hepatitis B Inquiry (Part II), 244, PP209.

    Statutory Authorities Review -

        Boards of Statutory Authorites: Recruitment, Gender Composition, Remuneration and Performance (tabled in LC only), PP214.

        Electricity Trust of South Australia, Review of - Second Interim Report - Response by the Minister for Infrastructure, 4.

        Review of  the Legal Services Commission

            Part 1 - (Eleventh Report - tabled LC only), PP192.

            Part 2 - (Twelfth Report - tabled LC only), PP200.

            Response by the Treasurer to Part 1, 264.

            Response by the Treasurer to Part 2, 307.

Community Housing  Authority, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 38.

Constitutional Advisory Council, South Australian -

    First Report - South Australia and Proposals for an Australian Republic - September, 1996, 43.

    Final Report - December, 1996, 328.

Construction Industry Long Service Leave Board -

    Actuarial Report, 1995-96, ............................................................................................................. 94.

    Report, 1995-96, 94, PP129.

Construction Industry Training Board - Report, 1995-96, 20.

Consumer Affairs, Commissioner for - Report, 1995-96, 86, PP75A.

Corporate Affairs Commission - Report, 1995-96, 145, PP14.

Corporation of Hindmarsh and Woodville - Local Heritage Plan Amendment Report -

    Interim Operation, 114.

Correctional Services, Department for - Report, 1995-96, 124, PP38.

Country Arts Trust, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 113.

Country Fire Service - Report, 1995-96, 110, PP130.

Courts Administration Authority - Report, 1995-96, 94, PP147.

Crown Development Report - SA Water Corporation to Develop a Raw Water Pumping Inlet Structure (Jetty) in the River Murray, 38.

Dairy Authority of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 54.

Dairy Industry Act 1992 - Review of operation, 206.

Dental Board of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 124, PP92.

Development Act -

    Administration of the, Report, 1995-96, 94.

    Interim Operation of the City of Elizabeth - Elizabeth Centre Plan Amendment, 139.

    Interim Operation of the Hindmarsh and Woodville, Corporation Local Heritage Plan Amendment Report -, 114.

    Interim Operation of Shacks - (Land Division and Upgrading) Plan Amendment Report, 264.

    Shack Land Division - Report, 1996, 20.


Development Assessment Commission -

    Crown Development Report -

        Expansion and Relocation of the Tanunda Primary School, 307.

        Proposal by SA Services for the Redevelopment of the Belair Primary School, 5.

    Report on Freeholding of Shacks, Hundred of Cadell, 139.

District Council - Mallala - Waste Disposal Policies Plan Amendment Report -

    Report on the Interim Operation  by the Minister for Housing, Urban Development and Local Government Relations, 5.

Dog and Cat Management Board - Report, 1995-96, 359.

Dog Fence Board - Report, 1995-96, 94.

Dried Fruits Board of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 94.

Electoral Office, State - Report, 1995-96, 73, PP148.

Employee Ombudsman - Report, 1995-96, 138, PP72.

Employment, Training and Further Education, Department for - Report, 1996, 329, PP103.

Enfield Memorial Park - Report, 1995-96, 110.

Environment and Natural Resources, Department of - Report, 1995-96, 67, PP92.

Environment Protection Act - Environment Protection (Milking Shed Effluent Management) Policy 1997, 264.

Environment Protection Authority - Report, 1995-96, 38, PP95.

Equal Opportunity, Commissioner for - Report, 1995-96, 113, PP109.

ETSA Contributory and Non-contributory Superannuation Schemes - Report, 1995-96, 73.

ETSA Corporation -

    Charter, 1995-96, 3.

    Report, 1995-96, 3, PP64.

Evidence Act -

    Report relating to Suppression Orders, 1995-96, 2.

    Report relating to Suppression Orders, 1996-97, 328.

Family and Community Services, Department for - Report, 1995-96, 73, PP23.

Film Corporation, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 67, PP80.

Finance -

    Budget Speech, 1997-98, 261.

    Capital Works Program, 1997-98, 261, PP83.

    Estimates of Receipts and Payments, 1997-98, 261, PP9.

    Financial Statement, 1997-98, 261, PP18.

Financial Supervision, South Australian Office of - Report, 1995-96, 73.

Food Act - Report, 1995-96............................................................................................................ , 246.

Foundation SA - Report, 1995-96, 109.

Freedom of Information Act - Report, 1994-95, 4.

Friendly Societies Act -

    General Laws of -

        Albert District No 83 Independent Order of Rechabites - Salford Unity Friendly Society, 307.

        Druids Friendly Society – Confirmed, 139.

        Friendly Societies Medical Association - National Pharmacies, 245.

        Lifeplan Australia Friendly Society, 264.

        Lifeplan - Manchester Unity – Confirmed, 3.

    Rules of IOOF -

        Confirmed    , 19.

        Confirmed    , 109.

Gaming Supervisory Authority -

    Inquiry Pursuant to section 13 (1) (a) - Report, 1996, 15.

    Report, 1995-96, 3.

Government Captive Insurance Corporation, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 3.

Government Financing Authority, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 3, PP48.

Governor’s Opening Speech, 2, PP1.

Greyhound Racing Authority, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 94.

Harness Racing Authority, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 169.

Health Commission, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 124, PP121.

Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome in South Australia, 1994-95, Report of a Consultation Regarding Re-Analysis of  the Mettwurst associated Outbreak of, 145.

History Trust of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 53, PP118.

HomeStart Finance - Report, 1995-96, 38.

Housing and Urban Development, Department of - Report, 1995-96, 20, PP153.

Housing Trust, South Australian -

    Code of Practice, 114.

    Financial Statements, 1995-96, 20.

    Report, 1995-96, 86, PP42.

Industrial Affairs, Department for - Report, 1995-96, 94, PP46.

Industrial Relations Advisory Committee - Report, 1995-96, 139.

Industrial Relations Commission and Senior Judge, Industrial Relations Court -

    Report of the President, 1995-96, 73.

Information Industries - Report, 1995-96, 53.

Information Technology Workforce Strategy Office - Report, 1995-96, 53.

Judges of the Supreme Court - Report, 1996, 244.

Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee - Report, 1995-96, 153.

Legal Practitioners Conduct Board - Report, 1995-96, 67.

Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal -- Report, 1995-96, 59.

Legal Practitioner Guarantee Fund, Claims Against - Report, 1995-96, 53.

Legal Services Commission of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 31, PP136.

Libraries Board of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 67, PP54.

Liquor Licensing Commissioner - Gaming Machines Act - Report, 1995-96, 3

Livestock Health, Animal Identification and Compensation, Consolidation of Legislation Relating to - White Paper, September 1996, 4.

Listening Devices Act - Report, 1996, 139.

Living Health - SA Jockey Club contract - Correspondence, 12 November 1996, 345.

Local Government Act - Controlling Authority -

    Amendment of Controlling Authority Rules - Centennial Cemetery Authority, 280.

    Notice of Approval -

        Livestock Saleyards Association of South Australia, 280.

        Murray Mallee Community Transport Scheme, 280.

Local Government Finance Authority of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 20, PP43.

Local Government Grants Commission, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 20, PP106.

Local Government Superannuation Board - Report, 1995-96, 20.

Lotteries Commission of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 3, PP32.

MFP Development Corporation - Report, 1995-96, 38, PP168.

Manufacturing Industry, Small Business and Regional Development, Department of - Report, 1995-96, 38, PP169.

Meat Corporation, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 124, PP59.

Medical Board of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 19, PP57.

Medical and Veterinary Science, Institute of - Report, 1995-96, 113.

Members Interests, Register of, House of Assembly Statement, June 1996, 2, PP133.

Members Travel, Summary of Expenditure for 1995-96, 106.

Metropolitan Fire Service, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 67, PP40.

Mines and Energy, South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 3, PP26

Mining and Quarrying Occupational Health and Safety Committee - Report, 1995-96, 139

Ministerial Statements -

    Adelaide Airport Runway Capital Works Schedule, 234.

    Australian National, 94.

    Austrics Software Packag, 205.

    Belair Rail Line, 166.

    Classification of Films and Vidoetapes, Guidelines for the, 94.

    Criminal Law (Undercover Operations) Act, 2.

    Director of Public Prosecutions, Statements by, relating to Child Sexual Abuse, 264.

    Electoral Commissioner, Report of the - Parliamentary Elections, 11 December 1993, 155.

    Jetty Agreements, 160.

    Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee - Report, 1995-96, 183.

    Legal Aid Funding Arrangements, 202.

    Model Criminal Code - Sexual Offences Against the Person, 245.

    My Way Financial Services......................................................................................................... , 166.

    Native Title, 252.

    Ports Corporation Annual Report, 67.

    Retail Shop Leases, 307.

    Retail Shop Leases Amendment Bill 1996, 109.

    Retail Shop Leases Bill 1996, 202.

    Self Defence, 234.

    ‘Shine’, 160.

    Trucking Industry Safety, 145.

    The Women’s Statement - “Focus on Women”, 99.

    Von Einem Case, 169.

    Yates, Mr Bruce, 20.

Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit (Maersk Victory) Accident - November 1996 – Report, 245, PP218.

Motor Accident Commission –

    Charter, 30 September 1996, 9.

    Report, 1995-96, 3.

Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission, South Australian and Office of Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs - Report, 1995-96, 53, PP29.

Murray Darling Basin Commission - Report, 1995-96, 20.

Museum Board, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 43, PP88.

National Crime Authority - Report, 195-96, 139.

National Environment Protection Council - Report, 1995-96, 140.

National Road Transport Commission - Report, 1995-96, 94.

Native Vegetation Council - Report, 1995-96, 38.

Nurses Board of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 19, PP82.

Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act - Code of Practice - Tuna Farm Diving, 205.

Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Advisory Committee - Report, 1995-96, 160.

Occupational Therapists Registration Board of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 124.

Ombudsman - Report, 1995-96, 86, PP76.

Outback Areas Community Development Trust - Report, 1995-96, 110, PP47.

Parliamentary Superannuation Scheme - Report, 1995-96, 3.

Passenger Transport Board - Report, 1995-96, 67, PP19.

Patawalonga Catchment Water Management Board - Report, 1995-96, 15.

Pharmacy Board of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 109.

Physiotherapists Board of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 109.

Planning Strategy Implementation - Premier’s Report on, 1995-96, 2.

Police (Complaints and Disciplinary Proceedings) Act - Agreement - Minor Misconduct, 244.

Police, Commissioner of, South Australia -

    Report, 1995-96  53        1.10.96, 3.

    Statistical Review, 1995-96........................................................................................................ 53, 3.

    Statistical Review, 1995-96 – Erratum, 328, PP53.

Police Superannuation Board - Report, 1995-96, 3.

Police Superannuation Scheme Actuarial Report, 30 June 1996, 307.

Ports Corporation South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 67.

Premier and Cabinet, Department of  the - Report, 1995-96, 19, PP91.

Primary Industries, Minister for, -

    Correspondence relating to Proposed Land Purchase Activities , 155.

    Memo to the Minister re Land Purchase for Afforestation Purposes, 20 July 1994, 153.

Primary Industries South Australia - Report, 1996-96, 54, PP149.

Psychological Board, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 109.

Public Advocate - Report, 1995-96, 124.

Public Employment, Office of the Commissioner for -

    Public Sector Workforce Information - June, 1996, 37, PP114A.

    Report, 1995-96, 37, PP114.

Public and Environmental Health Council -

    Report, 1995-96, 109

    Report from the Health Commission, 1995-96, 280

Public Parks Act - Disposal of Land -

    City of Burnside to the Minister for Education and Children’s Services, 246.

    Simcock Street West Beach and at the Henley Oval Annexe – Report, 170.

Public Prosecutions, Director of - Report, 1995-96, 37, PP167.

Public Sector Managment Act - Ministers’ Personal Staff, 205.

Public Trustee - Report, 1995-96, 23.

Racecourses Development Board - Report, 1995-96, 94.

Racing Industry Development Authority - Television Racing Centres, The Teletrak Proposal and Proprietary Racing, 237.

Radiation Protection and Control Act - Report on the Administration, 1995-96, 86.

Recreation, Sport and Racing, Office of - Report, 1995-96, 38, PP117.

Remuneration Tribunal Determination No 2 of 1996 - Members of the Judiciary, Industrial Relations Commission, State Coroner, Commissioners of the     Environment, Resources and Development Court and Employee Ombudsman, 139.

Reproductive Technology, South Australian Council on - Report, 31 March 1997, 280.

Research and Development Institute (SARDI), South Australian - Report. 1995-96, 20, PP152.

Road Safety, Office of - Random Breath Testing - Operation and Effectiveness, 1996, 335.

Royal Adelaide Hospital - Amendment to By-Laws, 328

Rules of Court -

    District Court - District Court Act -

        Appeals Residential Tenancies Act, 3.

        Arbitration and Mediation, 139.

        Consumer Credit Act, 139.

        Injunctions (Amendment No 16), 307.

    Magistrates Court - Magistrates Court Act -

        Criminal Assets Confiscation Act, 264.

        Forms, 19.

        Forms, 139.

        Forms, 245.

    Magistrates Court (Civil) - Magistrates Court Act – Forms, 245.

    Supreme Court - Supreme Court Act -

        Appeal from District Court, 205.

        Appeal from District Court, 245.

        Application for Injunction, 245.

        Disclosure of Information, 139.

        Interest on Judgements, ............................................................................................................. 94.

        Mediators – Various, 94.

        Percentage Rate, 328.

        Sittings of Adelaide Criminal Court, 94.

    Youth Court - Youth Court Act - Alibi and Expiation Relief, 139.

Rules of Tribunals -

    Residential Tenancies - Documents Authorised to be given to a Person. 43.

    Workers Compensation -

        Conciliation - Various  , 59.

        Documents, 246.

        Notice of Dispute, 59.

        Timing for Reconsideration of a Disputed Decision, 155.


Rules of Racing - Racing Act -

    Harness Racing Authority -

        Repeal, 140.

        Track without a Running Rail, 140.

    Harness Racing Board -

        Carbon Dioxide Level, 4.

        Swish Whip, 4.

    Racing Industry Development Authority – Variations, 169.

SA Ambulance Service - Report, 1995-96, 124.

SA Generation Corporation - Charter - 1 December 19996 to 30 June 1997. 139.

SAGRIC International Pty Ltd - Report, 1995-96, 19.

SARDI - Report, 1995-96, 20, PP152.

SA Water - Report, 1995-96, 19, PP35.

SA Water Corporation - Water and Sewerage Pricing - Final Report, April 1997, 279.

Soil Conservation Boards of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 291.

Soil Conservation Council of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 94.

South Australian -

    Asset Management Task Force - Report, 1995-96, 3.

    Asset Management Corporation and its Controlled Entities - Report, 1995-96, 19.

    Classification Council - Report, 1995-96, 19, PP116.

    Community Housing Authority – Report, 1995-96, 38.

    Constitutional Advisory Council -

        First Report - South Australia and Proposals for an Australian Republic - September, 1996, 43.

        Final Report - December 1996, 328.

    Country Arts Trust - Report, 1995-96, 113.

    Film Corporation - Report, 1995-96, 67.

    Government Captive Insurance Corporation - Report, 1995-96, 3.

    Government Financing Authority - Report, 1995-96, 3.

    Greyhound Racing Authority - Report, 1995-96, 94.

    Harness Racing Authority - Report, 1995-96, 169.

    Health Commission - Report, 1995-96, 124, PP21.

    Housing Trust -

        Code of Practice, 114.

        Financial Statements, 1995-96, 20.

        Report, 1995-96, 86.

    Meat Corporation - Report, 1995-96, 124, PP59.

    Metropolitan Fire Service - Report, 1995-96, 67, PP40.

    Mines and Energy - Report, 1995-96, 3.

    Museum Board - Report, 1995-96, 43.

    Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission and Office of Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs - Report, 1995-96, 53, PP73.

    Office of Financial Supervision – Report, 195-96, 73.

    Police, Commissioner of -

        Report, 1995-96, 3.

        Statistical Review, 1995-96, 3.

    Psychological Board - Report, 1995-96, 109.

    Reproductive Technology, Council on - Report, 31 March 1997, 280.

    Research and Development Institute - Report, 1995-96, 20, PP152.

    State Emergency Service - Report, 1995-96, 113.

    Superannuation Board - Report, 1995-96, 3.

    Thoroughbred Racing Authority - Report, 1995-96, 169.

    Timber Corporation - Report, 1995-96, 4, PP135.

    Totalizator Agency Board - Report, 1995-96, 19.

    Tourism Commission - Report, 1995-96, 109.

    Water Corporation Contract, Documents relating to, 139.

South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage Board - Report, 1995-96, 54, PP6.

State Electoral Office - Report, 1995-96, 73, PP148.

State Emergency Service, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 113, PP150.

State Government Services, Department for - Report, 1995-96, 124, PP98.

State Heritage Authority - Report, 1195-96, 54.

State Opera of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 43, PP123.

State Supply Board - Report, 1995-96, 124.

State Theatre - Report, 1995-96, 53, PP96.

Statutory Declaration - Public Opinion Strategies SA Water Contract by Messrs Bell, Straus and Ulm, 145.

Summary Offences Act -

    Dangerous Area Declarations -

        1 April to 30 June 1996, 3.

        1 July 1996 to 31 March 1997, 290.

    Road Block Establishment Authorisations -

        1 April to 30 June 1996, 3.

        1 July 1996 to 31 March 1997, 290.

Superannuation Board, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 3.

Superannuation Funds Management Corporation of South Australia - Report, 1995-96, 3, PP67.

Supported Residential Facilities Advisory Committee - Report, 1995-96, 280.

Supreme Court, Judges of - Report, 1996, 244.

Surveyors, Institution of - Report, 1996, 264.

Teachers Registration Board of South Australia - Report, 1996, 247.

Thoroughbred Racing Authority, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 169.

Timber Corporation, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 4, PP135.

Torrens Catchment Water Management Board - Report,  1995-96, 15.

Totalizator Agency Board, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 19.

Tourism Commission, South Australian - Report, 1995-96, 109, PP155.

TransAdelaide - Report, 1995-96, 67.

Transport, Department of -

    Lease of Properties, 1995-96, 38.

    Report, 1995-96, 67, PP37.

Treasury and Finance, Department of - Report, 1995-96, 3, PP146.

University of Adelaide, The -

    Report, 1995, 20

    Statutes, 1995, 20

Urban Projects Authority - Report, 1995-96, 20, PP58.

Veterinary Surgeons Board of South Australia -

    Report, 1994-95, 155.

    Report, 1995-96, 155.

Vocational Education, Employment and Training Board - Report, 1996, 280.

Water Corporation Contract, South Australian, Documents relating  to, 139.

West Beach Trust - Report, 1995-96, 43, PP158.

Wilderness Protection Act - Report, 1995-96, 4.

WorkCover Corporation - Report, 1995-96, 139, PP165.

Worker’s Compensation Tribunal - Practice Directions, 279.