Bills Lists

TOTAL RESULTS: 42

  • 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 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 2000

    Date
    19/01/2001 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 19 JANUARY 2001 (2000 Final Edition) A New Tax System (Family Assistance and Related Measures) Bill 2000 Simplifies the structure and administration of family assistance by amending the: A New Tax System (Family Assistance) Act 1999 and A New Tax System (Family Assistance) (Administration) Act 1999 to: provide the administrative infrastructure to support the payment of child care benefit; clarify the operation of certain aspects of the family assistance law; replace regulation-making powers with substantive provisions; and make technical amendments; and Social Security Act 1991 in relation to a 4 per cent increase for certain social security payment supplements and allowances. Also makes consequential and technical amendments to 7 other Acts and contains savings and transitional provisions. Reps: Intro. 9/3/00; Passed 5/4/00 Main committee: Referred 4/4/00 Senate: Intro. 5/4/00; Passed 12/4/00 SBC report 6/00 (tabled and adopted 12/4/00): No reference Committee amendments: 1 Govt/passed; 4 Opp/passed Committee requests: 2 Govt/passed [Reps made Senate requests and agreed to Senate amendments nos 1 and 5 and disagreed to amendments nos 2, 3 and 4, 12/4/00; Senate did not insist on its amendments 13/4/00] Assent: 3/5/00; Act No. 45, 2000 A New 
  • Final House Bills List for 2000

    Date
    18/01/2001 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at cob 18 January 2001 (Final for 2000) 39TH PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 1998-1999-2000 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) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. A New Tax System (Family Assistance and Related Measures) 2000 E 9/3 B 5/4 5/4 12/4AR 1 3/5 45 A New Tax System (Fringe Benefits) 2000 E 9/3 16/3 3/4 R 2 11/5 30/5 52 A New Tax System (Medicare Levy Surcharge—Fringe Benefits) Amendment 2000 E 9/3 16/3 3/4 10/5 30/5 53 A New Tax System (Tax Administration) (No. 1) 2000 (Previous citation : A New Tax System (Tax Administration) (No. 2) 1999) 9/12 13/3H 16/3 5/4 3/5 44 A New Tax System (Tax Administration) (No. 2) 
  • Final Senate Bills List for 1999

    Date
    1/02/2000 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 1 FEBRUARY 2000 (1999 Final Edition — Revised ) A New Tax System (Aged Care Compensation Measures Legislation Amendment) Bill 1998 (Act citation: A New Tax System (Aged Care Compensation Measures Legislation Amendment) Act 1999) Part of a package of 16 bills to introduce a new taxation system, the bill amends the Aged Care Act 1997 to quarantine the 4 per cent pension increase from the fees payable by residential aged care recipients; and to ensure that war widows and widowers pay the same amount in income tested fees as other care recipients on the same total income. Reps: Intro. 2/12/98; Passed 10/12/98 2nd reading amendment: 1 Opp/negatived Senate: Intro. 10/12/98; Passed 28/6/99 References: Provisions of bill referred 2/12/98 (agreed to 25/11/98): Committee Report due Report tabled Community Affairs References Committee 31/3/99 30/3/99 Employment, Workplace Relations, Small Business and Education References Committee 31/3/99 31/3/99 Environment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts References Committee 31/3/99 29/3/99 Select Committee on a New Tax System *related report tabled 18/2/99; addenda 
  • Final House Bills List for 1999

    Date
    11/01/2000 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at c.o.b. 11 January 2000 (Final for 1999) 39TH PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 1998-99 Bills introduced in 1998 - 103 (Including 8 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 1999 - 224 (Including 20 received from the Senate) BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. 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 U 10/12 10/12U 1 28/6A 2 8/7 58 A New Tax System (Australian Business Number) 1999 ( Previous citation: A New Tax System (Australian Business Number) 1998) 2/12 U 1 10/12 10/12U 28/6 8/7 84 A New Tax System (Australian Business Number Consequential Amendments) 1999 ( Previous citation: A New Tax System (Australian Business Number Consequential Amendments) 1998) 2/12 U 1 10/12 10/12U 28/6 8/7 85 A New Tax System 
  • Final Senate Bills List for 1998

    Date
    10/02/1999 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 10 FEBRUARY 1999 (1998 Final Edition) 1998 Budget Measures Legislation Amendment (Social Security and Veterans’ Entitlements) Bill 1998 To amend the: Social Security Act 1991 in relation to: exemption from the “sharers rule” to recipients of certain rent assistance; and removal of the 12-month waiting period for parenting payment for single foster carers; Social Security Act 1991 and Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986 to: change the income test for the seniors health card; and extend income limits; and National Health Act 1953 to issue health care cards to fostered children in certain circumstances. Reps: Intro. 12/11/98; Passed 25/11/98 Main committee: Referred 24/11/98 Senate: Intro. 26/11/98; Passed 3/12/98 SBC report 11/98 (tabled and adopted 26/11/98): No reference Assent: 11/12/98; Act No. 116, 1998 A New Tax System (Aged Care Compensation Measures Legislation Amendment) Bill 1998 Part of a package of 16 bills to introduce a new taxation system, the bill amends the Aged Care Act 1997 to quarantine the 4 per cent pension increase from the fees payable by residential aged care recipients; and to ensure that war widows and widowers pay the same amount in income tested fees as 
  • Final House Bills List for 1998 (39th Parliament)

    Date
    24/12/1998 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at c.o.b. 24 December 1998 (Final for 1998) 39TH PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 1998 Bills introduced in 1998 - 103 (Including 8 received from the Senate) BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Sena te Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. 1998 Budget Measures Legislation Amendment (Social Security and Veterans’ Entitlements) 1998 12/11 B 25/11 26/11 3/12 11/12 116 A New Tax System (Aged Care Compensation Measures Legislation Amendment) 1998 2/12 U 10/12 10/12 A New Tax System (Australian Business Number Consequential Amendments) 1998 2/12 U 10/12 10/12 A New Tax System (Australian Business Number) 1998 2/12 U 10/12 10/12 A New Tax System (Bonuses for Older Australians) 1998 2/12 U 10/12 10/12 A New Tax System (Compensation Measures Legislation Amendment) 1998 2/12 U 10/12 10/12 
  • Final House Bills List for 1998 (38th Parliament)

    Date
    31/08/1998 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at c.o.b. 31 August 1998 38TH PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 1996-97-98 Bills introduced in 1996 - 173 (Including 17 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 1997 - 237 (Including 19 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 1998 - 116 (Including 5 received from the Senate) BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Amendment Bill 1998 E (Previous citation : Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Amendment Bill 1997) 3/12 B 25/3H 1/4 2/4 17/4 20 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Heritage Protection Bill 1998 2/4 58 4/6H 25/6 Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Amendment Bill (No.2) 1997 (Previous citation : Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Amendment Bill 1997) 18/6 25/9 H 1/10 Adelaide Airport Curfew Bill 1998 P 29/6 2/7 7/7  
  • Final Senate Bills List for 1997

    Date
    23/01/1998 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 23 JANUARY 1998 (1997 Final Edition) SAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1996 [1997] To amend the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Act 1989 to: widen the powers of the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) in relation to land grants; matters to be taken into account in performing its functions; appointment of additional members; disqualification from standing for election as a commissioner or regional councillor in certain circumstances; Ministerial consent for commissioners and regional council chairpersons to engage in outside employment; internal review of the merits of a decision to refuse a loan or guarantee; delegation of Commission power to review delegates’ decisions; Administrative Appeals Tribunal review of the merits of a decision to refuse a loan or guarantee. Senate: Intro. 20/6/96; 2nd reading adjourned 20/6/96 SBC report 6/96 (25/6/96): No reference Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Amendment Bill 1997 To amend the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Act 1989 in relation to: conditions on consent of disposals of interest in ATSIC-funded properties; delegation of certain powers by ATSIC; remedies for breaches of grant or loan conditions; and minor drafting amendments. Reps: Intro. 3/12/97; 

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