Bills Lists

TOTAL RESULTS: 42

  • Final House Bills List for 2001

    Date
    8/10/2001 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at noon 8 October 2001 (Final for 39th Parliament) 39TH PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 1998-1999-2000-2001 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 1998 - 103 (Including 8 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 1999 - 224 (Including 20 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2000 - 191 (Including 7 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2001 - 180 (Including 22 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Da te Act No. 1998 Budget Measures Legislation Amendment (Social Security and Veterans’ Entitlements) 1998 12/11/98 B 25/11/98 26/11/98 3/12/98 11/12/98 116/98 A New Tax System (Aged Care Compensation Measures Legislation Amendment) 1999 (Previous citation: A New Tax System (Aged Care Compensation Measures Legislation Amendment) 1998) 2/12/98 U 10/12/98 10/12/98U 1 28/6/99A 2 8/7/99 58/99 A New Tax System (Australian Business Number) 1999 (Previous citation: A New Tax System (Australian Business Number) 1998) 2/12/98 U 1 10/12/98 10/12/98U 28/6/99  
  • Final Senate Bills List for 2001

    Date
    12/02/2002 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 12 FEBRUARY 2002 (2001 Final Edition) This is a list of all bills before the Parliament for the 2001 calendar year to date. Abbreviations SSenate bill PSPrivate Senator’s Bill PMPrivate Member’s Bill RRestored to Notice Paper CIDConsideration in Detail stage (House of Representatives) SBCSelection of Bills Committee ADAustralian Democrats [Dem] AGAustralian Greens ALPAustralian Labor Party [Opp] GWAThe Greens (WA) IndIndependent LPLiberal Party [Govt] NPANational Party of Au stralia [Govt] PHONPauline Hanson’s One Nation PSABC Amendment (Online and Multichannelling Services) Bill 2001 (Introduced by Senator Bourne - AD) Amends the: Australian Broadcasting Corporation Act 1983 in relation to the provision of online and multichannelling services; and Broadcasting Services Act 1992 to enable the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Special Broadcasting Service Corporation to provide unrestricted multichannelling services. Senate: Intro. 3/4/01; 2nd reading adjourned 3/4/01 SBC report 7/01 (tabled and adopted 23/5/01): No reference Abolition of Compulsory Age Retirement (Statutory Officeholders) Bill 2001 Amends 59 Acts to abolish the compulsory retirement age limits for statutory office holders and remove any age restrictions on their reappointment. Also contains application provisions. Reps: Intro. 29/8/01; 
  • Final House Bills List for 2002

    Date
    19/12/2002 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at cob 19 December 2002 (Final for 2002) 40TH PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 2002 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 2002 - 254 (Including 9 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senat e Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Amendment 2002 13/3 B 15/5 16/5 20/6A 1 27/6 40 Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Amendment 2002 E 19/9 B 16/10 17/10 23/10 10/11 99 ACIS Administration Amendment 2002E 22/8 B 19/9 23/9 26/9 10/10 83 Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Legislation Amendment 2002 12/12 Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Legislation Amendment (No. 1) 2002 29/5 2 Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Legislation Amendment (No. 2) 2002 12/12 Airports Amendment 2002 14/2 3 Discharged 15/5  
  • Final Senate Bills List for 2002

    Date
    21/01/2003 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 21 JANUARY 2003 (2002 Final Edition) This is a list of all bills before the Parliament for the 2002 calendar year to date Abbreviations SSenate bill PSPrivate Senator’s Bill PMPrivate Member’s Bill DBill created as a result of dividing a bill RRestored to Notice Paper CIDConsideration in Detail stage (House of Representatives) SBCSelection of Bills Committee ADAustralian Democrats [Dem] AGAustralian Greens ALPAustralian Labor Party [Opp] GWAThe Greens (WA) IndIndependent LPLibe ral Party [Govt] NPANational Party of Australia [Govt] PHONPauline Hanson’s One Nation PSABC Amendment (Online and Multichannelling Services) Bill 2001 [2002] R (Introduced by Senator Bourne - AD) Amends the: Australian Broadcasting Corporation Act 1983 in relation to the provision of online and multichannelling services; and Broadcasting Services Act 1992 to enable the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Special Broadcasting Service Corporation to provide unrestricted multichannelling services. Senate: Intro. 3/4/01; 2nd reading adjourned 3/4/01 SBC report 7/01 (tabled and adopted 23/5/01): No reference Restored to Notice Paper at 2nd reading 13/2/02 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Amendment Bill 2002 Amends the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Act 1989 in relation to: 
  • Final House Bills List for 2003

    Date
    23/12/2003 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at cob 23 December 2003 (Final for 2003) 40TH PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 2002 -03 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 2002 - 254 (Including 9 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2003 - 174 (Including 8 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. A Better Future for Our Kids 2003 PX 26/5 A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment 2003 4/12 Abolition of the Gold Travel Pass for Former Politicians (Reflecting Community Standards) 2003P 18/8 Aboriginal Land Grant (Jervis Bay Territory) Amendment 2003 17/9 B 27/11 28/11 4/12 17/12 146 ACI S Administration Amendment 2003 25/6 B 1 8/9 9/9 16/9 14/10 96 Ac ts Interpretation Amendment (Court Procedures) 2003 5/6 B 17/6  
  • Final Senate Bills List for 2003

    Date
    22/01/2004 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 22 JANUARY 2004 (2003 Final Edition) This is a list of all bills before the Parliament for the 2003 calendar year to date Abbreviations ADAustralian Democrats [Dem] AGAustralian Greens ALPAustralian Labor Party [Opp] APAAustralian Progressive Alliance IndIndependent LPLiberal Party of Australia [Govt] NATS The Nationals [Govt] PHONPauline Hanson’s One Nation CIDConsideration in Detail stage (House of Representatives) PMPrivate Member’s bill PSPrivate Senator’s bill RRestored to Notice Paper SSenate bill SBCSelection of Bills Committee PMA Better Future for Our Kids Bill 2003 (Introduced by Ms Roxon - ALP) The bill: establishes the Office of the National Commissioner for Children and Young People; provides for a national code for the protection of children; and provides for a probity check on all persons undertaking child-related employment or volunteer work. Also includes reporting requirements and a regulation-making power. Reps: Intro. 26/5/03; Read a 1st time 26/5/03; 2nd reading order of day for next sitting Removed from Notice Paper 3/11/03 A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment Bill 2003 Amends the A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Act 1999 in relation to: 
  • Final House Bills List for 2004 (40th Parliament)

    Date
    31/08/2004 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at cob 31 August 2004 (Final for 40th Parliament) 40TH PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 2002 -03-04 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 2002 — 254 (Including 9 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2003 — 174 (Including 8 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2004 — 150 (Including 6 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment 2004 ( Previous citation: A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment 2003 ) 4/12 19/2 1/3 9/3 23/3 21 Abolition of the Gold Travel Pass for Former Politicians (Reflecting Community Standards) 2003 PX (9/3) 18/8 Ab original and Torres Strait Islander Commission Amendment 2004 27/5 2/6 15/6 Administrative Appeals Tribunal Amendment 2004 11/8 Administrative 
  • Senate Bills List for 2004 to prorogation of the 40th Parliament

    Date
    12/10/2004 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 12 OCTOBER 2004 This is a final list of all bills considered by the Parliament for the 2004 calendar year to prorogation of the 40th Parliament Abbreviations ADAustralian Democrats [Dem] AGAustralian Greens ALPAustralian Labor Party [Opp] APAAustralian Progressive Alliance IndIndependent LPLiberal Party of Australia [Govt] NATS The Nationals [Govt] PHONPauline Hanson’s One Nation CIDConsideration in Detail stage (House of Representatives) PMPrivate Member’s bill PSPrivate Senat or’s bill RRestored to Notice Paper SSenate bill SBCSelection of Bills Committee A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment Bill 2003 (Act citation: A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment Act 2004) Amends the A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Act 1999 in relation to: accounting by the Commissioner of Taxation for all Goods and Services Tax (GST) refunds; the timing of final determinations; and introduction of a mechanism for residual Budget Balancing Assistance adjustments for GST transitional years. Also contains application provisions. Reps: Intro. 4/12/03; Passed 19/2/04 2nd reading amendment: 1 Opp/negatived Senate: Intro. 1/3/04; Passed 9/3/04 SBC report 2/04 (tabled and adopted 3/3/04): No reference Assent: 23/3/04; Act No. 
  • Final House Bills List for 2004 (41st Parliament)

    Date
    20/12/2004 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at cob 20th December 2004 (Final for 2004) 41st PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 2004 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 2004 — 73 (Including 10 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—Customs) 2004 8/12 8/12 9/12 A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—Excise) 2004 8/12 8/12 9/12 A New Tax System (G oods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—General) 2004 8/12 8/12 9/12 Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Legislation Amendment (No. 2) 2004 E 17/11 B 1/12 2/12 6/12 13/12 139 AusLink (National Land Transport) 2004 9/12 AusLink (National La nd Transport—Consequential and Transitional Provisions) 2004 9/12  
  • Final Senate Bills List for 2004

    Date
    21/01/2005 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 21 JANUARY 2005 (2004 Final Edition) This is a list of all bills considered by the Parliament for the 2004 calendar year to date. Bills which lapsed at the end of the 40th Parliament are annotated accordingly. Abbreviations ADAustralian Democrats [Dem] AGAustralian Greens ALPAustralian Labor Party [Opp] APAAustralian Progressive Alliance IndIndependent LPLiberal Party of Australia [Govt] NATS The Nationals [Govt] PHONPauline Hanson’s One Nation CIDConsideration in Detail stage (Hou se of Representatives) PMPrivate Member’s bill PSPrivate Senator’s bill RRestored to Notice Paper SSenate bill SBCSelection of Bills Committee A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment Bill 2003 (Act citation: A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment Act 2004) Amends the A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Act 1999 in relation to: accounting by the Commissioner of Taxation for all Goods and Services Tax (GST) refunds; the timing of final determinations; and introduction of a mechanism for residual Budget Balancing Assistance adjustments for GST transitional years. Also contains application provisions. Reps: Intro. 4/12/03; Passed 19/2/04 2nd reading amendment: 1 Opp/negatived Senate: Intro. 1/3/04; Passed 9/3/04 SBC report 2/04 (tabled 

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A bill is a proposal for a law or a change to an existing law. A bill becomes law (an Act) when agreed to in identical form by both houses of Parliament and assented to by the Governor-General.