Ministerial Statements 2009


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53

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Statement

Date

Administration—Exemption to guidelines on campaign advertising
(Special Minister of State)
Presented 29/06/09
Tabled 11/08/09
Administration—Freedom of information reform
Senator Sherry
(for the Special Minister of State)
24/11/09
Administration—Government advertising guidelines
Senator Sherry
(for the Special Minister of State)
17/09/09
Bushfires in Victoria
Senator Evans
(Minister for Immigration and Citizenship)
11/02/09
Bushfires in Victoria—Royal Commission
Senator Sherry
(for the Attorney-General)
07/09/09

Children—The future of ABC Learning
Senator Sherry
(for the Minister for Early Childhood Education, Child Care and Youth)

15/09/09
Children—Wellbeing of Australia's children
Senator Carr
(for the Minister for Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs)
17/06/09
Defence—Afghanistan
Senator Faulkner
(Minister for Defence
12/08/09
Defence—Afghanistan
Senator Faulkner
(Minister for Defence
26/11/09
Defence—Contribution of defence science to the security ot the nation
Senator Faulkner
(for the Minister for Defence Personnel, Materiel and Science)
08/09/09
Defence—Discussions in Poland on progress in Afghanistan
Senator Ludwig
(for the Minister for Defence)
10/03/09
Economics—Australian economy
Senator Sherry
(for the Treasurer)
11/08/09
Economics—Global financial and economic crisis
Senator Stephens
(for the Prime Minister)
03/02/09
Economics—Guarantee scheme for large deposits and wholesale funding
Senator Sherry
(for the Treasurer)
11/08/09
Education—International education
Senator Stephens
(for the Minister for Education, Employment and Workplace Relations)
15/06/09
Employment—Employment services in response to the global financial crisis
Senator Ludwig
(for the Minister for Employment Participation)
10/03/09
Environment—Bushfire season
Senator Stephens
(for the Attorney-General)
26/10/09
Environment—Montara oil spill
Senator Sherry
(for the Minister for Resources, Energy and Tourism)
07/09/09
Environment—Montara oil spill
Senator Carr
(for the Minister for Resources, Energy and Tourism)
17/11/09
Environment—The scientific imperative for action on climate change
Senator Ludwig
(for the Minister Assisting the Minister for Climate Change)
12/08/09
Finance—Fiscal policy
Senator Faulkner
(for the Minister for Finance and Deregulation)
16/09/09
Finance—Promoting Australia as a financial services hub
Senator Stephens
(for the Assistant Treasurer)
15/06/09
Foreign Affairs—Afghanistan and Pakistan
Senator Ludwig
(for the Minister for Foreign Affairs)
18/08/09
Foreign Affairs—Australia and India
Senator Stephens
(for the Prime Minister)
15/06/09
Foreign Affairs—Enhanced Australian engagement with Pakistan
Senator Ludwig
(for the Minister for Foreign Affairs)
10/03/09
Foreign Affairs—Humanitarian crisis in Sri Lanka
Senator McLucas
(for the Minister for Foreign Affairs)
12/05/09
Foreign Affairs—India—Terrorist Attacks—Anniversary
Senator Faulkner
(Minister for Defence)
26/11/09
Foreign Affairs—Mine action
Senator Wong
(for the Minister for Foreign Affairs)
18/11/09
Foreign Affairs—North Korea
Senator Stephens
(for the Minister for Foreign Affairs)
15/06/09
Foreign Affairs—Papua New Guinea—Airlines PNG
Senator Faulkner
(Minister for Defence)
12/08/09
Foreign Affairs—Papua New Guinea—Missing Airlines PNG aircraft
Senator Faulkner
(Minister for Defence)
11/08/09
Foreign Affairs—Sri Lanka
Senator Wong
(for the Minister for Foreign Affairs)
05/02/09
Foreign Affairs—Sri Lanka
Senator Faulkner
(for the Minister for Foreign Affairs)
14/09/09
Foreign Affairs—Zimbabwe
Senator Sherry
(for the Minister for Foreign Affairs)
15/09/09
Immigration—Skilled migration program
(Minister for Immigration and Citizenship)
Presented 17/12/08
Tabled 03/02/09
Indigenous Australians—Indigenous disadvantage
Senator Ludwig
(for the Prime Minister)
10/03/09
Industry—Preparing our forest industries for the future
Senator Arbib
(for the Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry)
24/06/09
Law and Justice—Government's response to trafficking in persons
Senator Carr
(for the Minister for Home Affairs)
17/06/09
Law and Justice—Reforms to National Security Legislation
Senator Ludwig
(for the Attorney-General)
12/08/09
Parliament—Inquiry into the framework for referenda in Australia
Senator Wong
(for the Special Minister of State)
10/09/09
Social Issues—Delivering pension reform
Senator Sherry
(for the Minister for Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs)
15/09/09
Social Issues—Reducing homelessness
Senator Ludwig
(for the Minister for Housing)
18/08/09
Social Issues—Supporting Australians under financial pressure
Senator Evans
(for the Minister for Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs)
19/08/09
Sport—FIFA World Cup bid
Senator Wong
(for the Minister for Sport)
19/03/09
Sport—Local sporting champions
Senator Sherry
(for the Minister for Sport)
23/06/09
Trade—ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand free trade area
Senator Carr
(for the Minister for Trade)
16/03/09
Trade—Australia-Korea Free Trade Agreement
Senator Ludwig
(for the Minister for Trade)
10/03/09
Trade—Doha Development Agenda
Senator Ludwig
(for the Minister for Trade)
09/09/09
Trade—Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations Plus negotiations
Senator Ludwig
(for the Minister for Trade)
18/08/09
Transport—Piracy and armed robbery at sea
Senator Stephens
(for the Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government)
15/06/09

Veterans' Affairs—Excavation and reinterment of World War I remains
Senator Evans
(for the Minister for Defence Personnel, Materiel and Science)

19/08/09
Women—International Women's Day
Senator Ludwig
(for the Minister for Housing)
10/03/09
Women—White Ribbon Day
Senator Faulkner
(for the Minister for the Status of Women)
26/11/09



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