In the House – Tuesday 17 November 2020

On Tuesday, the Leader of the Government was required to "attend in his place" to report on the production of documents relating to the Stronger Communities Fund. The Leader of the House also tabled the Budget Papers in preparation for debate on the Appropriation Bills next week. Two bills were also debated and agreed to. Read on for more information.

In the House – 20 to 22 October 2020 – Part 1: Government business days

On Tuesday and Thursday, the House passed a number of bills, spanning health, criminal procedure, work health and safety, road transport and liquor licensing. The House also debated a motion to find the Leader of the Government in contempt for failure to provide documents previously ordered in relation to the Stronger Communities grants program. The Leader of the Government was suspended from the service of the House on Tuesday 20 October until the end of the sitting day.

In the House – 13 and 15 October 2020 – Part 1: Government business days

On Tuesday and Thursday, the House passed a number of bills, including bills relating to digital driver licences, a new liquor licensing regime for venues, and to transfer management of sporting and entertainment venues to Venues NSW. The House unanimously agreed to a condolence motion in relation to the passing of a former Premier, and considered whether to debate a motion to find the Leader of the Government in contempt.