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No. 93   THURSDAY, 19 NOVEMBER 2009

(At 10.00 o'clock a.m.)

Notices of Question

  83   Ms Forrest to ask the Honourable the Leader of the Government ¾ The Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment website states

“By 2015 Tasmania will need an additional 250,000 megalitres (ML) of irrigation water per year to underpin projected growth in agriculture and to improve the resilience of the industry in the face of drought and climate change. This represents around a 50% increase on existing irrigation supplies”.

Regarding the existing irrigation capacity and the future need identified

           (1)      What is the latest year for which data is available to substantiate existing irrigation supplies related to agricultural and non-agricultural use?

           (2)      How much water is contained in the existing surface water supplies for each irrigation management area separated between agricultural and non agricultural uses?  (The term ‘irrigation management area’ is as per the May 2001 report Water Availability in Tasmania.  If alternative classifications now apply, then as per the new classifications).

           (3)      How much water exists in groundwater supplies for each irrigation management area separated between agricultural and non agricultural uses?

           (4)      List existing irrigation supplies available from each publicly owned facility (in megalitres) including those managed privately; eg. Craigbourne Dam, Cressy-Longford, separated between agricultural and non agricultural uses?

           (5)      (a)     What is the total water availability in privately owned storage facilities with regard to agricultural use; and

                      (b)     what is the area (in hectares) serviced by the existing irrigation supplies?

           (6)      With regard to the projected growth in agriculture, detail the base figures used on a per crop basis ($’s of crop value plus hectares used for each crop).

           (7)      List the projected (2015) amounts for each crop, in constant dollar terms and hectares used.

(asked 25.08.09)

   92   Ms Forrest to ask the Honourable the Leader of the Government ¾ With regard the water availability for irrigation in Tasmania ¾

           (1)      What quantity of water is available from publicly owned facilities including facilities such as the Craigbourne and Meander Dams?

           (2)      What quantity of water is contained in private storages?

           (3)      What quantity of water is extracted from rivers and streams?

           (4)      What quantity of water is extracted from bores and other underground sources?


           (5)      What percentage of irrigation projects and water used for irrigation is privately funded?

(asked 02.09.09)

  97  Mr Dean to ask the Honourable the Leader of the Government ¾ Statistics indicate that Tasmania has the second highest rate of teenage pregnancy and the second highest incidence of Chlamydia in young people in Australia

           (1)      Are the ‘Prevention through Education’ strategies failing?

           (2)      Given the statistics on teenage pregnancy and Chlamydia incidence can we expect to see comprehensive relationships and sexuality education become an integral part of the school curriculum for all Tasmanian students?

           (3)      (a)    Will consideration be given to increased funding and associated support for Family Planning Tasmania to expand its services in

                                (i)         providing education for parents and carers;

                                (ii)        training teachers – at undergraduate and postgraduate levels;

                                (iii)       working with teachers to demonstrate best practice; and

                                (iv)      developing and producing resources to support parents, carers and teachers; and

                      (b)     if not, what strategies will the Government pursue to address these unacceptably high levels of teenage pregnancy and Chlamydia infection in young Tasmanians?

(asked 06.10.09)

105   Mr Martin to ask the Honourable the Minister for Human Services ¾ With regard to Child Protection in Tasmania ¾

           (1)      On average, how many children in care do Case Workers manage at any one time?

           (2)      How does this compare to other jurisdictions in Australia?

           (3)      What is the average time that it takes Case Workers to complete a Care Plan for children from the date of their removal from their parents?

           (4)      What percentage of Care Plans has been completed within the stipulated time limit?

           (5)      With regard to Department managed access visits that are approved within Care Plans, what percentage of these do not occur for one reason or another each year?

(asked 15.10.09)

106   Mr Martin to ask the Honourable the Minister for Human Services ¾ With regard to Child Protection in Tasmania ¾

           (1)      (a)     When a child or children are first taken into care, what immediate assistance do parents receive to assist them in dealing with their grief; and

                      (b)     what follow up occurs the day after this to ensure the mental welfare of the parents?

           (2)      What help do these parents receive to help them manage the financial consequences of having their children taken from them?

           (3)      What is the average time that it takes for the Department to provide psychological assessment or support when the Department stipulates that it is a requirement for the parent to receive it before their children are returned?

           (4)      How much time is mandated and given to these parents between receiving an affidavit from the Department concerning a court hearing, and the time of that court hearing, to ensure adequate time to check and validate their view of the Department’s affidavit?

           (5)      What is the scope of free legal advice available to parents with children who have been taken into care?

           (6)      Does the Government have any plans to fund additional support for parents who have had their children removed in order to achieve timely reunification and minimal disruption to children and their parents?

(asked 15.10.09)


108  Mr Dean to ask the Honourable the Leader of the Government ¾ With regard youth participation in education and training in Tasmania beyond year 10

           (1)      What is the current position regarding the ‘compulsory’ education program catering for students up to 17 years of age?

           (2)      To what extent are the legislative measures being complied with?

           (3)      Are there any significant issues or concerns regarding the program and if so what are they?

           (4)      What are the principal courses or programs of study students are undertaking?

           (5)      What percentage of total youth who are undertaking post year 10 educational opportunities are doing so in

                (a)     a college or district high school;

                (b)     an apprenticeship or trainee scheme; or

                (c)     a training course conducted through a private provider?

(asked 27.10.09)

112  Mr Dean to ask the Honourable the Leader of the Government ¾ Having regard to the national statistical data now released on drug, alcohol and suicide deaths with Tasmania identified as being well above the national average and with a suicide rate said to be 40 per cent higher than the national average, will the Government consider

           (1)      Introducing stronger legislation to control the number of liquor outlets in the State?

           (2)      Introducing further legislation designed to restrict the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages?

           (3)      Undertaking a review of all alcohol and drug legislative measures with the intention of modifying behaviour?

           (4)      Stronger or improved educational programs and publicity designed to address the situation?

(asked 29.10.09)

113  Mr Dean to ask the Honourable the Leader of the Government ¾ With regard a recent application by a Ravenswood applicant for the First Home Owner Grant

           (1)      Is it standard practice for a letter of compliance to be forwarded from the Office of the Commissioner for State Revenue to a Grant applicant?

           (2)      (a)     What checks are undertaken when assessing the information provided by an applicant when applying for a First Home Owner Grant; and

                      (b)     is it standard practice in assessing all First Home Owner Grant applications to undertake checks of the registration details of cars parked at the accommodation of applicants; and

                      (c)     if this is not standard practice, has there ever been a need to check vehicle registration details as part of the assessment of an applicant in terms of eligibility for a First Home Owner Grant?

           (3)      (a)     Has the Office of the Commissioner for State Revenue sought to rely wholly on a vehicle’s registration details to determine the existence of a relationship between the applicant and the registered owner of a vehicle?

                      (b)     If not, what other types of inquiry are made to determine compliance?

                      (c)     If these avenues of inquiry do not include a check of property records and/or inquiry through the Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages then why not?

(asked 10.11.09)


Orders of the Day

    1  Cat Management Bill 2009 (No. 80):  Second reading.

    2  Justice and Related Legislation (Further Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 2009 (No. 90):  Second reading.

    3  Credit (Commonwealth Powers) (Transitional and Consequential Provisions) Bill 2009 (No. 91):  Second reading.

    4  Education Amendment Bill 2009 (No. 73):  Second reading.

    5  Teachers Registration Amendment Bill 2009 (No. 72):  Second reading.

    6  Health Professionals Registration (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 2009 (No. 54):  Second reading.

    7  Public Health Amendment (Cervical Screening) Bill 2009 (No. 62):  Second reading.

    8  Taxation Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 2009 (No. 96):  Second reading.

    9  Crown Land (Parliamentary Precinct Redevelopment) Amendment Bill 2009 (No. 61):  Second reading.

  10  Road Safety (Alcohol and Drugs) Amendment Bill 2009 (No. 99):  Second reading.

  11  Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (Tasmania) Bill 2009 (No. 93):  Second reading.

  12  Subordinate Legislation Amendment Bill 2009 (No. 14):  Further consideration in Committee (Clause 6 as amended).

  13  Consideration of the following Resolution from the House of Assembly ¾

MADAM PRESIDENT,

The House of Assembly having agreed to the following Resolution, begs now to transmit the same to the Legislative Council, and to request its concurrence therein ¾

Resolved, That the House ¾

                      (1) Supports the enactment of Tasmanian law requiring the disclosure of political donations.

           (2)      Refers the matter to the Working Arrangements of the Parliament Committee for its consideration and report thereon. 

House of Assembly, 25 September 2008                                                                           M.R. POLLEY, Speaker”.

  14   Liquor Licensing Amendment Bill 2006 (No. 59):  Second reading.  (Private Member's Bill - Mr Wilkinson)

  15  Crown Lands (Shack Sites) Amendment Bill 2007 (No. 82):  Second reading.  (Private Member's Bill – Mr Harriss) 

  16  Adjourned Debate (Mr Wilkinson) on the Question proposed on 11 November and again on 12 November 2008  ¾ That a Select Committee be appointed, with power to send for persons and papers, and with leave to adjourn from place to place, and with leave to report from time to time, to inquire into and report upon the system of Local Government in the State of Tasmania as enshrined in Part IVA of the Constitution Act 1934 with particular reference to ¾

           (1)      the role and responsibility of Local Government;

           (2)      the identification of the most significant priorities and issues facing Local Government;

(3)      the capacity for Local Government to achieve ongoing financial sustainability having regard to revenue raising capacity and the requirement to provide increased and improved levels of service;

           (4)      the most appropriate system of service delivery to achieve the social, economic and environmental objectives of local communities;

           (5)      intergovernment relationships;

           (6)      the future of Partnership Agreements between State and Local Government; and

           (7)      any other matters incidental thereto.

             And that

             Ms Forrest;

             Mr Martin;

             Mrs Rattray-Wagner; and

             the Mover be of the Committee.

   17   Partition Bill 2008 (pro forma) (No. 2):  Second reading.

Notices of Motion

     Mr Martin to move ¾ For the introduction of a Bill for an Act to constitute the Tasmanian Independent Commission Against Corruption and to provide a framework for greater accountability of and a greater community confidence in the Tasmanian Parliament and the Tasmanian public sector.

    2  Ms Thorp to move ¾ That this House notes the progress of reforms to the disability sector in Tasmania.

     Ms Forrest to move ¾ That the Auditor-General Special Report No 81 on Contract Management be considered and noted.

    4  Mr Harriss to move ¾ That the Legislative Council authorises the Public Sector Executive Appointments Select Committee to provide the Australian Securities and Investments Commission with all evidence gathered by that Committee relevant to Gunns Ltd’s Wednesday, 14 March 2007 “ASX and Media Release”, announcing its withdrawal from the Pulp Mill Assessment process.

    5  Mr Harriss to move ¾ That Recommendation 7 of the Interim Report of the Legislative Council Select Committee on Public Sector Executive Appointments be agreed to and that the testimony of, or otherwise concerning, the Honourable Paul Lennon before the Select Committee on Public Sector Executive Appointments be referred to the Privileges Committee of the Legislative Council to determine if, and if so, to what extent that testimony reveals a breach of the privileges, or is a contempt of the Legislative Council and, if that Committee so finds, what penalty, if any, the House might impose for the breach or contempt.

And that

The Privileges Committee of the Legislative Council utilise an independent Counsel to assist in order to facilitate the gathering and assessment of evidence in connection with Recommendation 7.

      Mr Harriss to move ¾ That Recommendation 8 of the Interim Report of the Legislative Council Select Committee on Public Sector Executive Appointments be agreed to and that the testimony of Mr Steven Kons MP before the Select Committee on Public Sector Executive Appointments be referred to the Privileges Committee of the Legislative Council to determine if, and if so, to what extent that testimony constitutes a breach of the privileges, or is a contempt of the Legislative Council and, if that Committee so finds, what penalty, if any, the House might impose for the breach or contempt.

And that

The Privileges Committee of the Legislative Council utilise an independent Counsel to assist in order to facilitate the gathering and assessment of evidence in connection with Recommendation 8.


    7  Mr Harriss to move ¾ That Recommendation 9 of the Interim Report of the Legislative Council Select Committee on Public Sector Executive Appointments be agreed to and that the testimony of Ms Linda Hornsey before the Select Committee on Public Sector Executive Appointments be referred to the Privileges Committee of the Legislative Council to determine if, and if so, to what extent that testimony constitutes a breach of the privileges, or is a contempt of the Legislative Council and, if that Committee so finds, what penalty, if any, the House might impose for the breach or contempt.

And that

The Privileges Committee of the Legislative Council utilise an independent Counsel to assist in order to facilitate the gathering and assessment of evidence in connection with Recommendation 9.

    8  Mr Harriss to move ¾ That Recommendation 10 of the Interim Report of the Legislative Council Select Committee on Public Sector Executive Appointments be agreed to and that the testimony of Ms Lisa Hutton before the Select Committee on Public Sector Executive Appointments be referred to the Privileges Committee of the Legislative Council to determine if, and if so, to what extent that testimony constitutes a breach of the privileges, or is a contempt of the Legislative Council and, if that Committee so finds, what penalty, if any, the House might impose for the breach or contempt.

And that

The Privileges Committee of the Legislative Council utilise an independent Counsel to assist in order to facilitate the gathering and assessment of evidence in connection with Recommendation 10.

      9   Mr Harriss to move ¾ That the Auditor-General’s Special Report No. 82 on Head of Agency Contract Renewal, be considered and noted.

  10   Mr Martin to move ¾ That this House notes the implementation of the new water and sewerage reforms and the impact and consequences of these reforms on the Tasmanian community.

   11   Mr Dean to move ¾ That the Annual Report of the Department of Police and Emergency Management 2008-2009, be considered and noted.

   12   Mr Parkinson to move ¾ That the House, pursuant to section 12 of the Tasmania Together Progress Board Act 2001, agrees to the recommendations of the Tasmania Together Progress Board to alter and make additions to the benchmarks in Tasmania Together, as detailed in the Tasmania Together document, “New and revised benchmarks for Parliamentary approval – October 2009”.

   13   Mr Dean to move ¾ That the Annual Report of the Department of Primary Industries and Water 2008-2009, be considered and noted.

                                                                                                                               D.T. PEARCE, Clerk of the Council.

PAPERS ISSUED

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

                Notice Paper No. 92

                                                                                                  

SUMMARY OF BILLS

Read First Time

Bill No. 59 of 2006           Liquor Licensing Amendment.

Bill No. 82 of 2007           Crown Lands (Shack Sites) Amendment.

Bill No. 2 of 2008            Partition (pro forma).

Bill No. 54                        Health Professionals Registration (Miscellaneous Amendments).

Bill No. 61                        Crown Land (Parliamentary Precinct Redevelopment) Amendment.

Bill N.  62                        Public Health Amendment (Cervical Screening).

Bill No. 72                        Teachers Registration Amendment.

Bill No. 73                        Education Amendment.

Bill No. 80                        Cat Management.

Bill No. 90                        Justice and Related Legislation (Further Miscellaneous Amendment).

Bill No. 91                        Credit (Commonwealth Powers) (Transitional and Consequential Provisions).

Bill No. 93                        Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (Tasmania).

Bill No. 96                        Taxation Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments).

Bill No. 99                        Road Safety (Alcohol and Drugs) Amendment.


Second Reading Negatived

Bill No. 48                        Statutory Holidays Amendment.

Bill No. 89                        Electoral Amendment (Ballot Papers).

In Committee

Bill No. 14                        Subordinate Legislation Amendment.

Read Third Time and Transmitted to House of Assembly

Bill No. 21 of 2008           Building Practitioners Accreditation (Miscellaneous Provisions).

Bill No. 32                        TOTE Tasmania (Reserve Price Accountability).

Bill No. 76                        Subordinate Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments).

Returned to House of Assembly with Amendments

Bill No. 64                        Industrial Relations (Commonwealth Powers).

Bill No. 67                        Workplace Health and Safety Amendment.

Bill No. 78                        Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment.

Bill No. 87                        Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Amendment.

Agreed to by Both Houses

Bill No. 23 of 2006           Forensic Procedures Amendment  (Act No. 34 of 2008).

Bill No. 69 of 2007           Legislation Repeal  (Act No. 5 of 2008).

Bill No. 72 of 2007           Gas Amendment  (Act No. 1 of 2008).

Bill No. 81 of 2007           Tsuneichi Fujii Fellowship Trust (Winding-Up)  (Act No. 4 of 2008)

Bill No. 3 of 2008            Health Professionals Registration (Miscellaneous Amendments)  (Act No. 2 of 2008).

Bill No. 4 of 2008            Powers of Attorney Amendment  (Act No. 14 of 2008).

Bill No. 5 of 2008            Liquor Licensing Amendment  (Act No. 7 of 2008).

Bill No. 6 of 2008            Security-Sensitive Dangerous Substances Amendment  (Act No. 20 of 2008).

Bill No. 7 of 2008            Animal Welfare Amendment  (Act No. 26 of 2008).

Bill No. 8 of 2008            Human Tissue Amendment  (Act No. 3 of 2008).

Bill No. 9 of 2008            Taxation and Related Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments)  (Act No. 8 of 2008).

Bill No. 14 of 2008           Tasmanian Development Amendment  (Act No. 22 of 2008).

Bill No. 15 of 2008           Tourism Tasmania Amendment  (Act No. 23 of 2008).

Bill No. 16 of 2008           Vehicle and Traffic Amendment (Heavy Vehicle Charges)  (Act No. 11 of 2008).

Bill No. 17 of 2008           Vehicle and Traffic Amendment (Novice Driver Licensing)  (Act No. 10 of 2008).

Bill No. 18 of 2008           Road Safety (Alcohol and Drugs) Amendment  (Act No. 9 of 2008).

Bill No. 19 of 2008           Monetary Penalties Enforcement (Consequential Amendments)  (Act No. 6 of 2008).

Bill No. 20 of 2008           Housing Indemnity Amendment  (Act No. 17 of 2008).

Bill No. 22 of 2008           Payroll Tax  (Act No. 16 of 2008).

Bill No. 23 of 2008           Water and Sewerage Corporations  (Act No. 12 of 2008).

Bill No. 24 of 2008           Water and Sewerage Industry  (Act No. 13 of 2008).

Bill No. 25 of 2008           National Gas (Tasmania)  (Act No. 19 of 2008).

Bill No. 26 of 2008           Consolidated Fund Appropriation (Supplementary Appropriation for 2007-2008)  (Act No. 15 of 2008).

Bill No. 27 of 2008           Justice and Related Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments)  (Act No. 18 of 2008).

Bill No. 28 of 2008           Water Legislation Amendment  (Act No. 56 of 2008).

Bill No. 29 of 2008           Vehicle and Traffic Amendment  (Act No. 21 of 2008).

Bill No. 31 of 2008           Dangerous Goods and Substances Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments)  (Act No. 37 of 2008).

Bill No. 32 of 2008           Consolidated Fund Appropriation (No. 1)  (Act No. 24 of 2008).

Bill No. 33 of 2008           Consolidated Fund Appropriation (No. 2)  (Act No. 25 of 2008).

Bill No. 34 of 2008           Civil Liability Amendment  (Act No. 39 of 2008).

Bill No. 35 of 2008           Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Enforcement Amendment  (Act      No. 38 of 2008).

Bill No. 38 of 2008           Monetary Penalties Enforcement (Consequential Amendments) (No. 2)  (Act No. 27 of 2008).

Bill No. 39 of 2008           Poisons Amendment (Poppy Advisory and Control Board)  (Act No. 35 of 2008).

Bill No. 40 of 2008           Climate Change (State Action)  (Act No. 36 of 2008).

Bill No. 44 of 2008           Taxi and Luxury Hire Car Industries  (Act No. 30 of 2008).

Bill No. 45 of 2008           Taxi and Luxury Hire Car Industries (Consequential Amendments)  (Act No. 31 of 2008).

Bill No. 46 of 2008           Criminal Code Amendment  (Act No. 33 of 2008).

Bill No. 47 of 2008           Racing Regulations Amendment (Race Fields)  (Act No. 32 of 2008).

Bill No. 48 of 2008           Consolidated Fund Appropriation (Supplementary Appropriation for 2008-2009) (Act No. 28 of 2008).

Bill No. 49 of 2008           Food Amendment  (Act No. 47 of 2008).

Bill No. 50 of 2008           Tamar Valley Power Station  (Act No. 29 of 2008).

Bill No. 51 of 2008           Taxation and Related Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments) (No. 2) (Act No. 46 of 2008).

Bill No. 52 of 2008           Living Marine Resources Management Amendment (Act No. 6 of 2009).

Bill No. 53 of 2008           Inland Fisheries Amendment (Act No. 7 of 2009).

Bill No. 54 of 2008           Fair Trading (Reinstatement of Regulations) (Act No. 48 of 2008).

Bill No. 56 of 2008           Self’s Point Land Amendment (Act No. 11 of 2009).

Bill No. 57 of 2008           Education and Training (Tasmanian Academy) (Act No. 42 of 2008).

Bill No. 58 of 2008           Education and Training (Tasmanian Polytechnic) (Act No. 41 of 2008).

Bill No. 59 of 2008           Education and Training (Tasmanian Skills Institute) (Act No. 40 of 2008).

Bill No. 60 of 2008           Education and Training (Repeals and Transitional Provisions) (Act No. 43 of 2008).

Bill No. 61 of 2008           Education and Training (Miscellaneous and Consequential Amendments) (Act No. 44 of 2008).

Bill No. 62 of 2008           Education and Training (Further Consequential Amendments) (Act No. 45 of 2008).

Bill No. 63 of 2008           Police Service Amendment (Act No. 12 of 2009).

Bill No. 65 of 2008           Long Service Leave Amendment  (Act No. 61 of 2008).

Bill No. 66 of 2008           National Parks and Reserves Management Amendment  (Act No. 54 of 2008).

Bill No. 67 of 2008           Wills  (Act No. 58 of 2008).

Bill No. 68 of 2008           Audit  (Act No. 49 of 2008).

Bill No. 69 of 2008           Audit (Consequential Amendments)  (Act No. 50 of 2008).

Bill No. 70 of 2008           Repeal of Regulations Postponement  (Act No. 53 of 2008).

Bill No. 71 of 2008           Water and Sewerage Industry Amendment  (Act No. 51 of 2008).

Bill No. 72 of 2008           Water and Sewerage Industry (Consequential and Transitional)  (Act No. 52 of 2008).

Bill No. 73 of 2008           Property Agents and Land Transactions Amendment (Act No. 13 of 2009).

Bill No. 74 of 2008           Public Health Amendment  (Act No. 55 of 2008).

Bill No. 77 of 2008           Aboriginal Lands Amendment  (Act No. 60 of 2008).

Bill No. 78 of 2008           Racing Regulation Amendment (Governance Reform) (Transitional and Consequential Provisions)  (Act No. 63 of 2008).

Bill No. 79 of 2008           Racing Regulation Amendment (Governance Reform)  (Act No. 62 of 2008).

Bill No. 80 of 2008           Building Amendment (Act No. 18 of 2009).

Bill No. 81 of 2008           Legal Profession Amendment  (Act No. 57 of 2008).

Bill No. 82 of 2008           Occupational Licensing Amendment  (Act No. 59 of 2008).

Bill No. 83 of 2008           Heavy Vehicle Road Transport (Act No. 19 of 2009).

Bill No.  1                        Litter Amendment (Act No. 14 of 2009).

Bill No.  2                        Genetically Modified Organisms Control Amendment (Act No. 10 of 2009).

Bill No.  3                        Constitution Amendment (House of Assembly Electoral Boundaries) (Act No. 4 of 2009).

Bill No.  4                        Trustee Companies Amendment (Act No. 2 of 2009).

Bill No.  5                        Partnership Amendment (Act No. 16 of 2009).

Bill No.  6                        Interstate Transfer (Community-based Sentences) (Act No. 17 of 2009).

Bill No.  8                        Government Business Enterprises and State-owned Companies Legislation Amendment (Act No. 1 of 2009).

Bill No.  9                        Natural Resource Management Amendment (Act No. 15 of 2009).

Bill No. 10                        Water and Sewerage Industry (Consequential and Transitional) Amendment (Act No. 20 of 2009).

Bill No. 11                        Land Use Planning and Approvals Amendment (Validation) (Act No. 3 of 2009).

Bill No. 12                        Children, Young Persons and Their Families Amendment (Act No. 22 of 2009).

Bill No. 13                        Crown Land (Parliamentary Precinct Redevelopment)  (Act No. 38 of 2009).

Bill No. 15                        Nation Building and Jobs Plan Facilitation (Tasmania)  (Act No. 5 of 2009).

Bill No. 17                        TOTE Tasmania (Sale)  (Act No. 8 of 2009).

Bill No. 18                        Gaming Control Amendment  (Act No. 9 of 2009).

Bill No. 19                        Justice and Related Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments)  (Act No. 23 of 2009).

Bill No. 20                        Local Government Amendment (Local Government Board)  (Act No. 32 of 2009).

Bill No. 21                        Police Miscellaneous Amendments  (Act No. 50 of 2009).

Bill No. 22                        Public Works Committee Amendment  (Act No. 21 of 2009).

Bill No. 25                        Residential Tenancy Amendment  (Act No. 25 of 2009).

Bill No. 26                        Fluoridation Amendment  (Act No. 39 of 2009).

Bill No. 27                        Dog Control Amendment.

Bill No. 28                        Poisons Amendment  (Act No. 29 of 2009).

Bill No. 29                        Resource Planning and Development Commission Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments)  (Act No. 28 of 2009).

Bill No. 30                        Water and Sewerage Industry (Community Service Obligation)  (Act No. 41 of 2009).

Bill No. 31                        Living Marine Resources Amendment (Licensing)  (Act No. 31 of 2009).

Bill No. 33                        Racing (Tasracing Pty Ltd)  (Act No. 30 of 2009).

Bill No. 34                        Racing (Tasracing Pty Ltd) (Transitional and Consequential Provisions)  (Act No. 26 of 2009).

Bill No. 35                        Racing Regulation Amendment (Race Fields) Amendment  (Act No. 27 of 2009).

Bill No. 36                        Water and Sewerage Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments)  (Act No. 24 of 2009).

Bill No. 38                        Consolidated Fund Appropriation (No. 1)  (Act No. 37 of 2009).

Bill No. 39                        Consolidated Fund Appropriation (No. 2)  (Act No. 34 of 2009).

Bill No. 40                        Relationships (Miscellaneous Amendments).

Bill No. 41                        Justices Amendment (Complaint Validation)  (Act No. 33 of 2009).

Bill No. 42                        Duties Amendment  (Act No. 35 of 2009).

Bill No. 43                        Employment Incentive Scheme (Payroll Tax Rebate)  (Act No. 36 of 2009).

Bill No. 44                        Traffic Amendment  (Act No. 40 of 2009).

Bill No. 45                        Electoral Amendment  (Act No. 47 of 2009).

Bill No. 46                        Legislative Council Electoral Boundaries Amendment.

Bill No. 47                         Land Use Planning and Approvals Amendment (State and Regional Strategies)  (Act No. 43 of 2009).

Bill No. 49                        Repeal of Regulations Postponement  (Act No. 42 of 2009).

Bill No. 50                        Fire Service Amendment  (Act No. 48 of 2009).

Bill No. 51                        Property Agents and Land Transactions Amendment  (Act No. 52 of 2009).

Bill No. 53                        Poisons Amendment (No. 2) (Act No. 55 of 2009).

Bill No. 55                        Rail Company  (Act No. 46 of 2009).

Bill No. 56                        Emu Bay Railway (Operation and Acquisition)  (Act No. 44 of 2009).

Bill No. 57                        Consolidated Fund Appropriation (Supplementary Appropriation for 2009-2010)  (Act No. 45 of  2009).

Bill No. 58                        Repeal of Regulations Postponement Bill (No. 2)  (Act No. 56 of 2009).

Bill No. 59                        Police Miscellaneous Amendments Bill (No. 2)  (Act No. 49 of 2009).

Bill No. 60                        Forestry Amendment  (Act No. 53 of 2009).

Bill No. 63                        Credit (Commonwealth Powers)  (Act No. 51 of 2009).

Bill No. 68                        Right to Information.

Bill No. 69                        Right to Information (Consequential and Transitional).

Bill No. 70                        Personal Information Protection Amendment.

Bill No. 71                        Mental Health Amendment  (Act No. 57 of 2009).

Bill No. 74                        Taxi and Luxury Hire Car Industries Amendment.

Bill No. 75                        Traffic Amendment (Road Rules Consequential Amendments).

Bill No. 79                        Rail Safety.

Bill No. 81                        Economic Regulator.

Bill No. 82                        Economic Regulator (Consequential Amendments).

Bill No. 83                        Public Sector Superannuation (Miscellaneous Amendments).

Bill No. 84                        Racing Regulation Amendment (TRAB).

Bill No. 85                        Integrity Commission.

Bill No. 86                        Public Interest Disclosures Amendment.

Bill No. 88                        Police Offences Amendment (Clamping).

Bill No. 98                        Constitution (Doubts Removal).

Bill No. 101                      Gaming Control Amendment Bill (No. 2).

Bill No. 102                      Pulp Mill Assessment Amendment (Clarification).

                                                               STANDING COMMITTEES AND MEMBERS

Committee of Privileges:  The President, The Chair of Committees, Mr Aird, Mr Parkinson and Mr Wilkinson.

Standing Orders Committee:  The President, The Chair of Committees, Mr Harriss, Mr Parkinson and 

                Mrs Rattray-Wagner.

Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works (Joint):  Mr Hall and Mr Harriss

Parliamentary Standing Committee on Subordinate Legislation (Joint): Ms Forrest, Mr Martin and Mrs Rattray-Wagner.

Parliamentary Standing Committee of Public Accounts (Joint):  Mr Dean, Ms Forrest and Mr Wilkinson.

Parliamentary Standing Committee on Community Development (Joint):  Mr Finch, Ms Forrest, Mr Gaffney and Dr Goodwin.

Parliamentary Standing Committee on Environment, Resources and Development (Joint):  Mr Hall, Mr Harriss, Mrs Rattray-Wagner and Mr Wilkinson.

SESSIONAL COMMITTEES AND MEMBERS

House Committee (Joint):  The President, The Chair of Committees and Mr Parkinson.

Library Committee (Joint):  The President, Mr Finch, Ms Forrest, Mr Parkinson, Mrs Rattray-Wagner and Mr Wilkinson.

SELECT COMMITTEES AND MEMBERS

Working Arrangements of the Parliament (Joint):  Mr Parkinson, Mrs Smith, Mr Wilkinson and Mr Wing.

Accreditation of Building Practitioners:  Mr Dean, Ms Forrest, Mr Harriss, Ms Thorp and Mr Wilkinson.

Recreational Marine Fishing in Tasmania:  Mr Harriss, Mrs Rattray-Wagner and Mr Wilkinson.

Public Sector Executive Appointments:  Mr Hall, Mr Harriss, Mr Martin and Mr Wilkinson.

Road Safety: Mr Dean, Ms Forrest, Mr Harriss and Mr Wing.

Public Hospital System:  Mr Dean, Mr Harriss, Ms Forrest, Mr Wing and The President (ex officio).

Island Transport Services:  Ms Forrest, Mr Hall, Mr Harriss and Mrs Rattray-Wagner.

Tourism:  Mr Finch, Mr Gaffney, Mr Martin and Mr Wing.

Violence in the Community:  Mr Dean, Dr Goodwin, Mr Hall and Mr Wilkinson.

Framework of Government Businesses:  Dr Goodwin, Mr Martin, Mrs Rattray-Wagner and Mr Wilkinson.

Government Businesses Scrutiny Committee A:  Ms Forrest, Mr Hall, Mr Harriss, Mr Martin and Mr Wilkinson.

Government Businesses Scrutiny Committee B:  Mr Dean, Mr Finch, Mr Gaffney, Dr Goodwin, Mrs Rattray-Wagner and Mr Wing.