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No. 88/2005

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Monday 5 December 2005 

The Senate met from 12.30pm until 11.40pm

Legislation

For full text of bills and other associated documents

No bills were introduced in the Senate 

The following bills were considered

[The Senate agreed that the following bills were “urgent”. The Senate also agreed to allot times when stages for the consideration of the bills would occur and conclude. Those times are indicated at the end of each entry.]

  • Anti-Terrorism Bill (No. 2) 2005–second reading agreed to [Second reading debate: until 8.30pm , 5 December 2005 ; remaining stages: 12.30pm until 2.00pm and 4.30pm until 6.30pm , 6 December 2005]
  • Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Amendment (Welfare to Work and Other Measures) Bill 2005–second reading agreed to [Second reading debate: from 8.30pm until 11.00pm , 5 December 2005 ; remaining stages: 7.30pm until 11.00pm , 6 December 2005]
  • Family and Community Services Legislation Amendment (Welfare to Work) Bill 2005–second reading agreed to [Second reading debate: from 8.30pm until 11.00pm , 5 December 2005 ; remaining stages: 7.30pm until 11.00pm , 6 December 2005]

Delegated legislation

For a complete list of notices of motion to disallow (and outcomes)

Committees

For scheduled public committee hearings

For committee reports

Notice of motion given

To hold a private meeting when the Senate is sitting

  • Corporations and Financial Services Joint Committee–7 December 2005

Notices of motion

For other notices of motion not mentioned elsewhere

Documents

No petitions were received

No government documents were tabled

Also in the Senate yesterday

  • Questions without notice and debate on issues arising in Question Time [first question]
  • The President informed the Senate of the death, on 3 December 2005, of the Honourable Peter Francis Salmon Cook, a senator for Western Australia from 1983 to 2005. The Senate agreed to a condolence motion moved by the Leader of the Government in the Senate.
  • Adjournment debate [first speaker]

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