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Number of principal motions agreed to:
107

42nd Parliament

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Administration—Department of Parliamentary Services—Support (Senator Bob Brown) 07/07/11 16/08/11
1246
Administration—Euromoney's Finance Minister of the Year award (Senator Bob Brown) 21/09/11 22/09/11
1559
Administration—Government advertising—Proposed carbon tax (Senator Birmingham) 22/03/11 23/03/11*
750
Administration—Infrastructure insurance arrangements (Senator Milne) 10/02/11 28/02/11
607
Communications—Community Radio Station 4ZZZ-FM—35th anniversary (Senator Moore) 09/02/11 10/02/11
569
Communications—South Ausstralian National Football League—Broadcast (Senators Hanson-Young, Wright, McEwen, Birmingham and Xenophon) 14/09/11 15/09/11
1481
Communications—Special Broadcasting Service (Senator Ludlam) 21/11/11 23/11/11
1911
Communications—WIN Television (Senators Carol Brown and Milne) 18/08/11 22/08/11
1325
Communications—West Australian Football League—Broadcast (Senators Bishop, Johnston and Ludlam) 19/09/11 20/09/11
1517
Death of Dr Itamar Franco (Senator Stephens) 06/07/11 07/07/11
1206
Economics—European farm subsidies (Senator Williams) 10/11/11 21/11/11
1857
Economics—Queensland (Senator Macdonald) 24/08/11 25/08/11*
1388
Environment—Antarctica—Madrid Protocol (Senator Bob Brown) 21/09/11 22/09/11
1555
Environment—Asian honey bee (Senator Colbeck) 03/03/11 21/03/11*
701
Environment—Climate change (Senator Bob Brown) 20/06/11 21/06/11
1058
Environment—Dampier Archipelago—Rock art site (Senators Ludlam and Siewert) 01/03/11 02/03/11*
645
Environment—Greenhouse gas emissions (Senator Milne) 23/11/11 24/11/11
1940
Environment—Queensland—Burdekin Falls Dam (Senator Macdonald) 16/08/11 17/08/11
1261
Environment—South Australia—Narrung—Bund (Senator Hanson-Young) 08/02/11 09/02/11
533
Environment—Tasmanian logging industry—Financial assistance (Senator Bob Brown) 17/08/11 23/08/11*
1358
Family and Community Services—Ai-Live system—National pilot (Senators Siewert and Fifield) 22/03/11 23/03/11
749
Family and Community Services—Independent youth allowance (Senator Nash) 01/03/11 02/03/11*
645
Family and Community Services—Surf Life Saving Australia (Senators Boyce, McKenzie, Di Natale and Thistlethwaite) 19/09/11 20/09/11
1516
Family and Community Services—Youth in Communities (Senator Siewert) 07/11/11 09/11/11*
1808
Finance—Banks (Senator Xenophon) 09/02/11 10/02/11*
574
Finance—Reserve Bank of Australia—Bank fees and charges report (Senators Cormann, Xenophon and Williams) 16/06/11 21/06/11
1058
Foreign Affairs—ANZUS Treaty (Senator Abetz) 22/11/11 23/11/11
1917
Foreign Affairs—Burma—Daw Aung San Suu Kyi (Senator Ludlam) 06/07/11 07/07/11*
1207
Foreign Affairs—Canada—Production and trade of asbestos (Senators Bob Brown and Singh) 09/11/11 10/11/11*
1825
Foreign Affairs—Chornobyl—Nuclear reactor accident (Senator Bilyk) 10/05/11 11/05/11*
899
Foreign Affairs—Dalai Lama (Senators Bob Brown and Xenophon) 14/06/11 15/06/11
975
Foreign Affairs—Egypt (Senators Barnett, Bernardi and Fierravanti-Wells) 21/06/11 22/06/11
1080
Foreign Affairs—Egypt—Coptic Christians (Senators Fawcett and Sterle) 02/11/11 03/11/11
1738
Foreign Affairs—Harkin-Engel Protocol—Anniversary (Senators Moore, Marshall, Birmingham, Parry and Hanson-Young) 19/09/11 20/09/11
1516
Foreign Affairs—Iran (Senator Ludlam) 07/11/11 08/11/11
1797
Foreign Affairs—Iranian actress—Ms Marzieh Vefamehr (Senator Hanson-Young) 11/10/11 12/10/11
1613
Foreign Affairs—Iran—Religious freedom (Senators Fawcett and Sterle) 02/11/11 03/11/11
1738
Foreign Affairs—Israel—Boycott (Senator Boswell) 17/08/11 18/08/11*
1284
Foreign Affairs—Israel—Boycott (Senator Boswell) 12/09/11 13/09/11*
1442
Foreign Affairs—Israel—Boycotts (Senator Fifield) 22/03/11 23/03/11
751
Foreign Affairs—Libya (Senator Cameron) 21/09/11 22/09/11
1558
Foreign Affairs—Libyan students (Senator Hanson-Young) 17/08/11 18/08/11*
1286
Foreign Affairs—Malaysia (Senator Hanson-Young) 10/05/11 11/05/11*
900
Foreign Affairs—Marrickville Council—Israeli boycott (Senator Abetz) 10/05/11 11/05/11*
896
Foreign Affairs—Marrickville Council—Israeli boycott (Senator Boswell) 23/06/11 05/07/11
1166
Foreign Affairs—New Zealand (Senator Bob Brown) 12/10/11 13/10/11
1635
Foreign Affairs—Palestine and Israel (Senator Bob Brown) 10/05/11 11/05/11*
898
Foreign Affairs—Sri Lanka (Senator Bob Brown) 15/07/11 07/07/11*
1208
Foreign Affairs—Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (Senator Bob Brown) 21/11/11 22/11/11
1887
Foreign Affairs—South Sudan and Sudan (Senator Lundy) 06/07/11 07/07/11
1206
Foreign Affairs—Uganda—Human rights (Senator Hanson-Young) 09/02/11 10/02/11
576
Foreign Affairs—United States of America—Taxation (Senator Bob Brown) 19/09/11 20/09/11
1522
Health—Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (Senators Boyce, Adams and Siewert) 22/06/11 04/07/11*
1135
Health—Hearing Awareness Week (Senators Siewert, Fifield and McLucas) 18/08/11 22/08/11*
1325
Health—Mental health—Sisters of Charity Outreach service (Senator Colbeck) 09/02/11 10/02/11
573
Health—Mobile phones—Cancer research (Senator Bilyk) 06/07/11 07/07/11
1205
Health—National Asbestos Awareness Week (Senators Singh and Xenophon) 10/11/11 21/11/11
1856
Health—Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (Senator Barnett) 12/05/11 14/06/11
946
Health—Polio eradication (Senators Moore, Crossin, Boyce and Di Natale) 21/09/11 22/09/11
1553
Health—Rural Australia—Mental health services and climate change (Senator Wright) 15/09/11 19/09/11
1503
Health—South Australia—Community hospitals (Senators Birmingham, Ferguson, Bernardi, Fisher, Minchin and Xenophon) 11/05/11 12/05/11
913
Health—Tuberculosis (Senators Boyce and Macdonald) 01/11/11 02/11/11
1722
Health—World Mental Health Day (Senators Wright, Moore and Humphries) 22/09/11 11/10/11
1582
Health—World Tuberculosis Day (Senators Pratt and Carol Brown) 23/03/11 24/03/11
772
Historical Events—Australian National Capital—International design competition—Centenary (Senators Humphries and Lundy) 15/06/11 16/06/11
1006
Historical Events—Bombing of Darwin (Senator Scullion) 31/10/11 01/11/11
1693
Historical Events—National service in Australia—Anniversary (Senator Macdonald) 12/09/11 13/09/11
1440
Historical Events—Remembrance Day (Senators Wright, Feeney and Ronaldson) 09/11/11 10/11/11*
1824
Immigration—Christmas Island tragedy (Senator Hanson-Young) 08/02/11 09/02/11
534
Immigration—Refugee Council of Australia—Anniversary (Senator Hanson-Young) 22/11/11 23/11/11
1913
Immigration—Status of Refugees—Convention (Senator Hanson-Young) 21/09/11 22/09/11*
1555
Indigenous Australians—Hearing health (Senator Siewert) 21/09/11 22/09/11
1553
Indigenous Australians—Kidney health (Senator Siewert) 06/07/11 07/07/11
1210
Indigenous Australians—Mr Neville Bonner, AO (Senators Siewert, Moore, Rhiannon, Waters, Scullion, Abetz and Macdonald) 01/11/11 03/11/11
1737
Indigenous Australians—National history curriculum (Senator Siewert) 01/11/11 02/11/11*
1722
Indigenous Australians—Renal health (Senator Siewert) 17/08/11 18/08/11
1285
Indigenous Australians—Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody report—20th anniversary (Senator Siewert) 23/03/11 24/03/11*
771
Law and Justice—Consumer rights (Senator Bob Brown) 22/08/11 23/08/11*
1358
Law and Justice—Kurdish community (Senator Di Natale) 12/09/11 15/09/11
1481
Law and Justice—Sex and gender diverse people—Passports (Senator Pratt) 21/09/11 22/09/11
1558
Law and Justice—Transgender Day of Remembrance (Senators Hanson-Young and Pratt) 23/11/11 24/11/11
1940
National Police Remembrance Day (Senator Parry) 21/09/11 22/09/11
1554
Parliamentary Zone—Capital works proposal—Approval—Installation of artwork known as 'The Prime Ministers' (Senator McLucas) 21/03/11 24/03/11
771
Parliamentary Zone—Capital works proposal—Approval—Landscape works and installation of a concrete bench at the High Court of Australia (Senator Feeney) 22/11/11 24/11/11
1936
Science and Technology—Julian Burton Burns Trust (Senator Singh) 21/11/11 22/11/11
1881
Senate—Petition pursuant to standing order 207 disputing election of a senator (Senator Evans) 21/09/11 22/09/11
1553
Social Issues—Global population (Senators Bob Brown and Waters) 31/10/11 01/11/11*
1695
Social Issues—Millenium Development Goals (Senator Rhiannon) 21/11/11 22/11/11
1883
Social Issues—Problem gambling (Senators Siewert and Xenophon) 22/03/11 23/03/11
751
Social Issues—Social Inclusion Week (Senator Wright) 21/11/11 22/11/11
1882
Social Issues—World Suicide Prevention Day (Senators Wright, Moore and Humphries) 25/08/11 12/09/11*
1413
Sport—Cricket—Mr Patrick Cummins (Senator Payne) 23/11/11 24/11/11
1938
Sport—Mr Cadel Evans (Senators Williams, Bernardi and Arbib) 16/08/11 17/08/11
1259
Sport—Netball—Australian Diamonds (Senators Bernardi, Cash, Lundy, Arbib and McEwen) 22/11/11 23/11/11
1912
Sport—Tennis—Ms Samantha Stosur (Senators Williams, Bernardi, Arbib, Macdonald and Di Natale) 12/09/11 13/09/11*
1439
Superannuation—Investment in Australian art (Senator Milne) 09/02/11 10/02/11*
576
Veterinary Education—250th anniversary (Senators Back, Ludwig and Milne) 03/03/11 23/03/11
746
Victoria Cross—Corporal Benjamin Roberts-Smith, VC MG (Senator Conroy)   08/02/11#
508
Women—Economy (Senator Moore) 20/09/11 21/09/11
1535
Women—International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (Senator Ludlam) 22/11/10 09/02/11
532
Women—International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (Senator Cash) 21/11/11 22/11/11
1884
Women—International Day of Rural Women and World Food Day (Senator Rhiannon) 12/10/11 13/10/11*
1634
Women—International Women's Day (Senator Cash) 02/03/11 03/03/11
668
Women—Media representation and body image (Senators Pratt and Hanson-Young) 22/03/11 23/03/11
748
Women—Representation of women in national parliaments (Senator Bob Brown) 09/02/11 10/02/11
571
Women—Women Die Waiting campaign (Senators Rhiannon, Cash and Moore) 01/11/11 02/11/11
1717
World Refugee Day (Senator Hanson-Young) 15/06/11 20/06/11
1038

* Moved or agreed to in an amended form
# Motion moved by leave


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