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No. 160

Thursday, 2 December 2021

- 9:30:16 AM

 1The House met, at 9.30 am, pursuant to adjournment. The Speaker (the Honourable A. B. Wallace) took the Chair, made an acknowledgement of country and read Prayers.


- 9:31:46 AM

Mr Hayes, by indulgence, made his valedictory remarks.


- 10:00:31 AM

Mr Buchholz, by indulgence, made a statement on the same matter.


- 10:02:34 AM

Mr Albanese, by indulgence, also made a statement on the same matter.


- 10:02:34 AM

Mr Hawke, by indulgence, also made a statement on the same matter.


- 10:08:23 AM

 2PRIVILEGE—Privileges and Members’ Interests Committee

Mr Broadbent (Chair), made a statement concerning the matter of privilege he had raised in relation to the unauthorised disclosure of a Standing Committee of Privileges and Members’ Interests report.

The committee had considered the matter and concluded that, on this occasion, the unauthorised disclosure was unlikely to have caused substantial interference to the work of the committee or the House, such as to amount to a potential contempt under the Parliamentary Privileges Act.


- 10:11:27 AM

 3Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade—Joint Standing Committee—REPORT

Mr K. J. Andrews presented the following document:

Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade—Joint Standing CommitteeAdvocating for the elimination of child and forced marriage: Interim report for the inquiry into certain aspects of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade annual report 2019-20Report, December 2021.

In accordance with standing order 39(e) the report was made a Parliamentary Paper.


- 10:12:03 AM

 4Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Amendment (Miscellaneous Measures) Bill 2021

Mr Evans (Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management), for Ms Ley (Minister for the Environment), pursuant to notice, presented a Bill for an Act to amend the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Act 1989, and for related purposes.

Document

Mr Evans presented an explanatory memorandum to the bill.

Bill read a first time.


- 10:12:29 AM

Mr Evans moved—That the bill be now read a second time.


- 10:16:45 AM

Debate adjourned (Mr Clare), and the resumption of the debate made an order of the day for the next sitting.


- 10:17:06 AM

 5Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Import Levy) Amendment Bill 2021

Mr Evans (Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management) presented a Bill for an Act to amend the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Import Levy) Act 1995, and for related purposes.

Document

Mr Evans presented an explanatory memorandum to the bill and the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Manufacture Levy) Amendment Bill 2021.

Bill read a first time.


- 10:17:43 AM

Mr Evans moved—That the bill be now read a second time.


- 10:19:26 AM

Debate adjourned (Mr Clare), and the resumption of the debate made an order of the day for the next sitting.


- 10:19:41 AM

 6Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Manufacture Levy) Amendment Bill 2021

Mr Evans (Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management) presented a Bill for an Act to amend the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Manufacture Levy) Act 1995, and for related purposes.

Bill read a first time.


- 10:19:59 AM

Mr Evans moved—That the bill be now read a second time.


- 10:21:06 AM

Debate adjourned (Mr Clare), and the resumption of the debate made an order of the day for the next sitting.


- 10:21:32 AM

 7Australian Research Council Amendment Bill 2021

Mr Taylor (Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction), for Mr Tudge (Minister for Education and Youth), pursuant to notice, presented a Bill for an Act to amend the Australian Research Council Act 2001, and for related purposes.

Document

Mr Taylor presented an explanatory memorandum to the bill.

Bill read a first time.


- 10:21:59 AM

Mr Taylor moved—That the bill be now read a second time.


- 10:26:01 AM

Debate adjourned (Mr Clare), and the resumption of the debate made an order of the day for the next sitting.


- 10:26:22 AM

 8Higher Education Support Amendment (2021 Measures No. 1) Bill 2021

Mr Taylor (Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction), for Mr Tudge (Minister for Education and Youth), pursuant to notice, presented a Bill for an Act to amend the Higher Education Support Act 2003, and for related purposes.

Document

Mr Taylor presented an explanatory memorandum to the bill.

Bill read a first time.


- 10:26:51 AM

Mr Taylor moved—That the bill be now read a second time.


- 10:34:05 AM

Debate adjourned (Mr J. H. Wilson), and the resumption of the debate made an order of the day for the next sitting.


- 10:34:36 AM

 9Social Services and Other Legislation Amendment (Pension Loans Scheme Enhancements) Bill 2021

Mr Taylor (Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction), for Mr Robert (Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business), pursuant to notice, presented a Bill for an Act to amend the law relating to social security and veterans’ entitlements, and for related purposes.

Document

Mr Taylor presented an explanatory memorandum to the bill.

Bill read a first time.


- 10:35:02 AM

Mr Taylor moved—That the bill be now read a second time.


- 10:41:35 AM

Debate adjourned (Mr J. H. Wilson), and the resumption of the debate made an order of the day for the next sitting.


- 10:41:52 AM

Dr Haines, by indulgence, made a statement on the final introductions of legislation for the year.


- 10:43:54 AM

Mr Alexander, by indulgence, made a statement on the same matter.


- 10:44:44 AM

 10Department of Health—Fit out of existing premises, Sirius Building, Woden, ACT—APPROVAL OF WORK

Mr Taylor (Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction), for Mr Morton (Minister for the Public Service), pursuant to notice, moved—That, in accordance with the provisions of the Public Works Committee Act 1969, it is expedient to carry out the following proposed work which was referred to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works and on which the committee has duly reported to Parliament: Department of Health—Fit out of existing premises, Sirius Building, Woden, ACT.


- 10:46:40 AM

Question—put and passed.


- 10:46:55 AM

 11Industry, Innovation, Science and Resources—Standing Committee—REPORT—STATEMENTS BY MEMBERS—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT—REFERENCE TO FEDERATION CHAMBER

Mr Conaghan (Chair) presented the following documents:

Industry, Innovation, Science and Resources—Standing CommitteeThe Now Frontier: Developing Australia’s space industry

Report, November 2021

Minutes of proceedings.

In accordance with standing order 39(e) the report was made a Parliamentary Paper.


Mr Conaghan 10:47:14 AM. Ms Bird 10:59:20 AM.
- 11:03:28 AM

Mr Conaghan and Ms Bird, by leave, made statements in connection with the report.


- 11:03:40 AM

Mr Conaghan moved—That the House take note of the report.


- 11:03:45 AM

In accordance with standing order 39, the debate was adjourned, and the resumption of the debate made an order of the day for the next sitting.


- 11:04:10 AM

Mr Conaghan moved—That the order of the day be referred to the Federation Chamber for debate.


- 11:04:11 AM

Question—put and passed.


- 11:04:25 AM

 12Public Accounts and Audit—Joint Committee—REPORT—STATEMENTS BY MEMBERS

Mrs Wicks (Chair) presented the following document:

Public Accounts and Audit—Joint CommitteeReport 487: Annual report 2020-21Report, November 2021.

In accordance with standing order 39(e) the report was made a Parliamentary Paper.


Mrs Wicks 11:04:42 AM. Mr Hill 11:13:14 AM.
- 11:19:47 AM

Mrs Wicks and Mr Hill, by leave, made statements in connection with the report.


- 11:20:04 AM

Document

Mrs Wicks, by leave, presented the following document:

Executive Minutes on report 484.


- 11:20:32 AM

 13AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENTARY DELEGATION—REPORT—STATEMENT BY MEMBER

Mrs Wicks presented the following document:

Australian Parliamentary Delegation to the 142nd Inter-Parliamentary Union Assembly, Virtual session, 24 to 28 May 2021Report, November 2021.


Mrs Wicks 11:20:45 AM.
- 11:23:21 AM

Mrs Wicks, by leave, made statement in connection with the report.


- 11:23:28 AM

 14MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE

Message No. 4701 December 2021, from the Senate was reported returning the Defence Legislation Amendment (Discipline Reform) Bill 2021 without amendment.


- 11:23:37 AM

 15MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE

Message No. 4721 December 2021, from the Senate was reported informing the House that:

Senator Scarr had been discharged from attendance on the Parliamentary Joint Committee on the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity, and Senator McLachlan had been appointed a member of the committee.


- 11:23:37 AM

Senators Dodson and Green had been discharged from attendance on the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights, and Senators O’Neill and Pratt had been appointed members of the committee.


- 11:23:37 AM

Senator Dean Smith had been discharged from attendance on the Joint Select Committee on Implementation of the National Redress Scheme, and Senator O’Sullivan had been appointed a member of the committee.


- 11:24:45 AM

 16MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE—Electoral Legislation Amendment (Political Campaigners) Bill 2021

Message No. 4711 December 2021, from the Senate was reported returning the Electoral Legislation Amendment (Political Campaigners) Bill 2021 with amendments.


- 11:25:26 AM

Mrs Marino (Assistant Minister for Regional Development and Territories) moved—That the amendments be considered immediately.


- 11:26:18 AM

Debate ensued.


Mr Bandt 11:26:19 AM. Ms Steggall 11:33:13 AM.
- 11:36:46 AM

Question—put.


- 11:37:07 AM

Division 795

The House divided (the Speaker, Mr Wallace, in the Chair)—

AYES, 55

Mr Alexander

Mr Drum*

Mr McCormack

Ms Stanley*

Dr Allen

Mr Evans

Mrs McIntosh

Mr Stevens

Mr K. J. Andrews

Ms Flint

Mrs Marino

Mr Thistlethwaite

Mrs Archer

Mr Giles

Dr Martin

Mr Thompson

Ms Bell

Dr Gillespie

Mr Ted O’Brien

Ms Vamvakinou

Ms Bird

Mr Goodenough

Mr O’Dowd

Mr van Manen

Mr Buchholz

Mr Hamilton

Mr Pasin

Mr Watts

Ms Burney

Mr Hill

Mr Porter

Dr Webster

Mr Champion

Mr Hogan

Mr Ramsey

Mrs Wicks

Mr D. J. Chester

Ms Landry

Ms Ryan

Mr R. J. Wilson

Mr Clare

Mr Leeser

Mr Sharma

Mr T. R. Wilson

Ms Claydon

Ms Liu

Mr Simmonds

Mr Young

Mr Conaghan

Ms McBain

Mr A. D. H. Smith

Mr Zimmerman

Mr Dreyfus

Ms McBride

Mr Snowdon

NOES, 5

Mr Bandt*

Ms Sharkie

Ms Steggall

Mr Wilkie

Dr Haines*

* Tellers

And so it was resolved in the affirmative.


- 11:45:10 AM

On the motion of Mrs Marino, amendment (1) was agreed to, after debate.


Mr Bandt 11:45:26 AM.
- 11:49:44 AM

On the motion of Mrs Marino, amendments (2) to (25) were agreed to.


- 11:50:46 AM

 17MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE—Autonomous Sanctions Amendment (Magnitsky-style and Other Thematic Sanctions) Bill 2021

Message No. 4691 December 2021, from the Senate was reported transmitting for the concurrence of the House a Bill for an Act to amend the Autonomous Sanctions Act 2011, and for related purposes.

Bill read a first time.


- 11:51:11 AM

Document

Dr Gillespie (Minister for Regional Health) presented a revised explanatory memorandum to the bill.


- 11:51:19 AM

Dr Gillespie moved—That the bill be now read a second time.


- 12:03:50 PM

Debate, by leave, ensued.


Mr O’Connor 12:03:52 PM. Mr Watts 12:22:45 PM. Mr Hill 12:37:52 PM. Mr Burns 12:53:03 PM. Dr Gillespie 12:59:07 PM.
- 1:00:19 PM

Question—put and passed—bill read a second time.


- 1:00:46 PM

Leave granted for third reading to be moved immediately.

On the motion of Dr Gillespie, the bill was read a third time.


- 1:01:24 PM

 18COMMITTEES—MEMBERSHIP

The House was informed that the Chief Opposition Whip had nominated Members to be members of certain committees.

Mr Hogan (Assistant Minister for Local Government), by leave, moved—That:


- 1:01:48 PM

 (1)Mr Georganas be discharged from the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights and that, in his place, Mr Burns be appointed a member of the committee; and


- 1:01:50 PM

 (2)Ms ClaydonMr Watts and Mr C. Kelly be appointed members of the Select Committee on Social Media and Online Safety.


- 1:02:02 PM

Question—put and passed.


- 1:02:15 PM

 19 Religious Discrimination Bill 2021

The order of the day having been read for the resumption of the debate on the question—That the bill be now read a second time—

Debate resumed.


Mr Dreyfus 1:02:52 PM. Mr Joyce 1:20:06 PM.
- 1:29:28 PM

It being 1.30 pm, the debate was interrupted in accordance with standing order 43 and the resumption of the debate made an order of the day for a later hour this day.


- 1:29:18 PM

 20MEMBERS’ STATEMENTS

Members’ statements were made.


Ms Claydon 1:29:32 PM. Mrs Archer 1:30:51 PM. Mr Gosling 1:32:21 PM. Ms Bell 1:33:58 PM. Ms McBain 1:35:31 PM. Mr Broadbent 1:36:59 PM. Mr Burns 1:38:41 PM. Mr D. J. Chester 1:40:09 PM. Ms Sharkie 1:41:46 PM. Ms Flint 1:43:21 PM. Ms McBride 1:44:53 PM. Mr Coulton 1:46:29 PM. Ms Templeman 1:48:05 PM. Mr Drum 1:49:33 PM. Ms Murphy 1:51:05 PM. Mr Entsch 1:52:35 PM. Mr Jones 1:54:11 PM. Mr Zimmerman 1:55:53 PM. Mr Husic 1:57:23 PM. Mr Conaghan 1:58:54 PM.
- 2:00:21 PM

Mr Morrison, by indulgence, made remarks on claims in relation to Minister Tudge.


- 2:00:21 PM

 21QUESTIONS


- 2:02:44 PM

 (1)Mr O’Connor to Mr Morrison (Prime Minister)


Point of order, Mr Dutton. 2:03:28 PM. Mr Burke 2:04:02 PM. Mr Morrison 2:05:34 PM.
- 2:06:31 PM

 (2)Mrs McIntosh to Mr Morrison (Prime Minister)


- 2:10:04 PM

 (3)Mr O’Connor to Mrs K. L. Andrews (Minister for Home Affairs)


- 2:12:22 PM

 (4)Mr Drum to Mr Joyce (Deputy Prime Minister)


- 2:15:42 PM

 (5)Mr O’Connor to Mr Hunt (Minister for Health and Aged Care)


- 2:19:58 PM

 (6)Ms Sharkie to Mr Littleproud (Minister for Agriculture and Northern Australia)


- 2:21:50 PM

 (7)Ms Flint to Mr Frydenberg (Treasurer)


- 2:25:10 PM

 (8)Ms C. F. King to Mr Fletcher (Minister representing the Attorney-General)


Point of order, Mr Burke. 2:26:43 PM. Mr Fletcher 2:27:33 PM. Point of order, Mr Burke. 2:28:19 PM. Mr Fletcher 2:30:38 PM. Mr Burke 2:31:41 PM.
- 2:32:04 PM

 (9)Ms Liu to Mr Hunt (Minister for Health and Aged Care)


- 2:35:44 PM

Mr Albanesejoined the Minister in thanking health workers.


- 2:35:48 PM

 (10)Mr Albanese to Mr Morrison (Prime Minister)


- 2:38:52 PM

 (11)Mr van Manen to Mrs K. L. Andrews (Minister for Home Affairs)


- 2:42:22 PM

 (12)Mr Marles to Mr Morrison (Prime Minister)


Point of order, Mr Dutton. 2:43:03 PM. Mr Burke 2:43:26 PM. Mr Morrison 2:44:17 PM.
- 2:47:50 PM

 (13)Mr K. J. Andrews to Mr Dutton (Minister for Defence)


- 2:51:32 PM

Mr Albaneseassociated the Opposition with the previous answer.


- 2:52:01 PM

 (14)Ms Coker to Mr Morrison (Prime Minister)


- 2:53:43 PM

Member directed to leave

At 2.54 pm the Member for Moreton (Mr Perrett) was directed, under standing order 94, to leave the Chamber for one hour for continuing to interject after a warning had been given by the Chair and he accordingly left the Chamber.


- 2:54:05 PM

Questions without notice continuing—


Mr Morrison 2:54:09 PM.
- 2:54:26 PM

Member directed to leave

At 2.55 pm the Member for Kingsford Smith (Mr Thistlethwaite) was directed, under standing order 94, to leave the Chamber for one hour for interjecting and he accordingly left the Chamber.


- 2:54:54 PM

Questions without notice continued.


Mr Morrison 2:54:58 PM.
- 2:55:14 PM

 (15)Mr Coulton to Mr Littleproud (Minister for Agriculture and Northern Australia)


- 2:58:51 PM

 (16)Mr Shorten to Mr Morrison (Prime Minister)


Point of order, Mr Shorten. 3:00:57 PM. Mr Dutton 3:01:18 PM. Mr Morrison 3:01:43 PM.
- 3:03:13 PM

 (17)Mr Leeser to Mr Robert (Minister representing the Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme)


- 3:06:47 PM

 (18)Mr Shorten to Mr Robert (Minister representing the Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme)


- 3:08:38 PM

 (19)Ms Flint to Ms Ley (Minister representing the Minister for Women)


- 3:12:18 PM

Personal explanation, Mr Albanese.


- 3:13:13 PM

Personal explanation, Mr Shorten.


Point of order, Mr Dutton. 3:15:02 PM.
- 3:15:47 PM

 22DOCUMENTS 

The following documents were presented: 

Indigenous Affairs—Standing Committee—Report on food pricing and food security in remote Indigenous communities—Government response, December 2021.

Interactive Gambling Act 2001—Report on the review of Part 2B of the Act—Credit betting prohibitions—Government response, November 2021.

*Productivity Commission—Report No. 98—Register of foreign-owned water entitlements—19 November 2021.

*Wet Tropics Management Authority—State of Wet Tropics—Report for 2020-21.

*The documents were made Parliamentary Papers.


- 3:16:07 PM

 23Leave of absence to all Members

Mr Dutton (Leader of the House) moved—That leave of absence be given to every Member of the House of Representatives from the determination of this sitting of the House to the date of its next sitting.


- 3:16:27 PM

Question—put and passed.


- 3:16:48 PM

 24Document

The Speaker presented the following document:

Committee reports—Speaker’s schedule of the status of Government responses to committee reports (as at 1 December 2021)


- 3:17:00 PM

 25Commonwealth Ombudsman’s Report

The Speaker presented the following document:

Fair Work Act 2009—Quarterly report under section 712F(6)—1 April to 30 June 2021.


- 3:17:41 PM

Mr Hunt, by indulgence, made a statement on his intentions for the next federal election.


- 3:27:25 PM

Mr Morrison, by indulgence, made a statement on the same matter.


- 3:32:04 PM

Mr Albanese, by indulgence, also made a statement on the same matter.


- 3:35:49 PM

Mr Morrison (Prime Minister), by indulgence, made a statement reflecting on the past year.


- 3:56:04 PM

Mr Albanese, by indulgence, made a statement on the same matter.


- 4:07:34 PM

Mr Joyce, by indulgence, also made a statement on the same matter.


- 4:14:21 PM

 26Intelligence and Security—Parliamentary Joint Committee—MEMBERSHIP

The House was informed that the Prime Minister had nominated Member to be member of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security.

Mr Gee (Minister for Veterans’ Affairs), by leave, moved—That, in accordance with the provisions of the Intelligence Services Act 2001, Mr K. J. Andrews be appointed member of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security.

Question—put and passed.


- 4:15:28 PM

Mr Wilkiesought leave to move a motion. Leave not granted.


- 4:16:58 PM

 28SUSPENSION OF STANDING ORDERS MOVED

Mr Wilkie moved—That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent the member for Clark from moving the following motion immediately—That the House:

(1)notes that:

(a)Walkley Award winning Australian journalist, Mr Julian Assange, remains incarcerated in HMP Belmarsh in the United Kingdom, despite a British Court earlier this year finding that Mr Assange could not be extradited to the United States of America for health reasons;

(b)the US continues to pursue Mr Assange and has recently been back in court in the UK appealing the earlier decision to refuse the extradition;

(c)the reason for the US’s determination to extradite Mr Assange is limited to Wikileaks’ exposés in 2010 and 2011 of US war crimes and other misconduct in Iraq and Afghanistan, and in Guantanamo Bay, including the release of the ‘Collateral Murder’ video in which a US helicopter in Iraq gunned down innocent civilians including journalists;

(d)recent revelations in the media show the Central Intelligence Agency developed plans to abduct and assassinate Mr Assange; and

(e)the continuing incarceration of Mr Assange, and any extradition to the US, would not only be a grave injustice but a severe threat to his health and life; and

(2)calls on the Prime Minister to:

(a)speak directly with his counterparts in the US and UK to bring an end to this madness, including the US dropping all charges against Mr Assange and the UK allowing his immediate release; and

(b)commit to not allow the extradition of Mr Assange to the US from Australia.


- 4:19:08 PM

Debate ensued.


Mr Bandt 4:19:13 PM.
- 4:20:33 PM

Question—That the motion for the suspension of standing orders be disagreed to—put and passed.


- 4:20:39 PM

 29DISCUSSION OF MATTER OF PUBLIC IMPORTANCE—Australian Interests

The House was informed that Ms Payne had proposed that a definite matter of public importance be submitted to the House for discussion, namely, “The Government's failure to govern in the best interests of Australians”.


- 4:21:10 PM

The proposed discussion having received the necessary support—


- 4:21:12 PM

Ms Payne addressing the House—


- 4:30:08 PM

 30ADJOURNMENT

It being 4.30 pm—The question was proposed—That the House do now adjourn.

Debate ensued.


Mrs Phillips 4:30:15 PM. Mr Conaghan 4:35:17 PM. Ms Coker 4:40:20 PM. Mr Hamilton 4:45:20 PM. Ms Templeman 4:50:21 PM. Mr Goodenough 4:55:27 PM.
- 5:00:18 PM

The House continuing to sit until 5 pm—The Speaker adjourned the House until 12 noon on Tuesday, 8 February 2022.


- 5:00:25 PM

DOCUMENTS 

 The following documents were deemed to have been presented on 2 December 2021 (An explanatory statement has been presented with each instrument unless otherwise indicated by an asterisk)

 Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006—Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Rules Amendment Instrument 2021 (No. 2) [F2021L01658].

Civil Aviation Act 1988

Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 and Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998—

Civil Aviation Order 95.4 (Exemptions from CAR and CASR—Sailplanes and Towing Aircraft) Instrument 2021 [F2021L01669].

Civil Aviation Order 95.8 (Exemptions from CAR and CASR—Hang Gliders and Paragliders) Instrument 2021 [F2021L01667].

Civil Aviation Order 95.10 (Exemptions from CAR and CASR—Microlight Aeroplanes) Instrument 2021 [F2021L01670].

Civil Aviation Order 95.12 (Exemptions from CAR and CASR—Gyroplanes Not Exceeding 250 kg) Instrument 2021 [F2021L01672].

Civil Aviation Order 95.12.1 (Exemptions from CAR and CASR—LSA Gyroplanes and ASRAcompliant Gyroplanes) Instrument 2021 [F2021L01663].

Civil Aviation Order 95.32 (Exemptions from CAR and CASR—Powered Parachutes and Weightshift-controlled Aeroplanes) Instrument 2021 [F2021L01665].

Civil Aviation Order 95.55 (Exemptions from CAR and CASR—Certain Light Sport Aircraft, Lightweight Aeroplanes and Ultralight Aeroplanes) Instrument 2021 [F2021L01666].

Civil Aviation Order (Flight Operations) Repeal and Amendment Instrument 2021 (No. 1) [F2021L01680].

Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998—

Amendment of CASA EX83/21—Instrument 2021—CASA EX148/21 [F2021L01682].

Amendment of CASA EX84/21—Instrument 2021—CASA EX149/21 [F2021L01679].

Amendment of CASA EX85/21—Instrument 2021—CASA EX150/21 [F2021L01675].

Amendment of CASA EX87/21—Instrument 2021 (No. 1)—CASA EX145/21 [F2021L01671].

Civil Aviation Order 95.53 (Commercial Balloon Flying Training and Balloon Transport Operations) Instrument 2021 [F2021L01673].

Civil Aviation Order 95.54 (Part 131 Recreational Activity and Specialised Balloon Operations) Instrument 2021 [F2021L01674].

Part 121 (Australian Air Transport—Larger Aeroplanes) Amendment Manual of Standards 2021 [F2021L01681].

Customs Act 1901—Comptroller (Warrants) Amendment Directions 2021 [F2021L01657].

Export Control Act 2020—Export Control (Tariff Rate Quotas—Sheepmeat and Goatmeat Export to the European Union and United Kingdom) Amendment (2021 Measures No. 1) Rules 2021 [F2021L01664].

Fisheries Management Act 1991—Fisheries Management (Logbooks for Fisheries) Determination 2021 [F2021L01676].

Imported Food Control Act 1992—Imported Food Control Legislation Amendment (Risk Foods) Order 2021 [F2021L01659].

Medical Indemnity Act 2002 and Midwife Professional Indemnity (Commonwealth Contribution) Scheme Act 2010—Medical and Midwife Indemnity Legislation Amendment (Run-off Claims) Rules 2021 [F2021L00950]—Supplementary explanatory statement.

Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988—Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation (Specified Persons and Acts) Amendment (Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Radioactive Waste Agency) Declaration 2021 [F2021L01668].

Seat of Government (Administration) Act 1910

Australian Capital Territory National Land (Road Transport) (Parking Authority Guidelines) Rules 2021 and National Land (Road Transport) Ordinance 2014—Australian Capital Territory National Land (Road Transport) Parking Authority Guidelines 2021 [F2021L01677].

National Land (Road Transport) Ordinance 2014—

Australian Capital Territory National Land (Road Transport) (Infringement Notice Management Plans) Rules 2021 [F2021L01678].

Australian Capital Territory National Land (Road Transport) (Parking Authority Guidelines) Rules 2021 [F2021L01660].

Therapeutic Goods Act 1989

Therapeutic Goods (Standard for Disinfectants and Sanitary Products) (TGO 104) Amendment (Residual Activity) Order 2021 [F2021L01662].

Therapeutic Goods (Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code) Instrument 2021 [F2021L01661].


- 5:00:31 PM

ATTENDANCE

All Members attended (at some time during the sitting) except Mr M. C. ButlerMs T. M. ButlerMr ByrneMs CollinsMr ConnellyMr DickMr FalinskiMr GormanMs HammondMr HastieMr HowarthMr IronsMr C. KellyMr LamingMr B. K. MitchellMr NeumannMr PasinMr PearceMr PittMr TehanMr Tudge and Ms Wells.


- 5:00:31 PM

Ms T. M. Butler participated by video link.