In the House – Thursday 27 September 2018

On Private Members' Business day, two motions - one praising the role of Agricultural shows and one condemning the Government's focus were debated. In addition, brief contributions were made to the second readings of two bills relating to the use of dogs and cats in animal research and to the rights of members of the public to bring legal proceedings regarding breaches of the Forestry Act.

In the House – Wednesday 26 September 2018

On a long sitting day, the House considered bills relating to the Parliamentary Budget Officer, consorting laws, raising the Warragamba Dam wall, the creation of a Western City and Aerotropolis Authority, the impoundment of shared bicycles and residential tenancy agreements.

In the House – Thursday 20 September 2018

On private members' business day two new – but somewhat familiar – bills were introduced, one regarding double jeopardy laws and the other a moratorium on declaring new marine parks. A motion commemorating ANZAC Day 2018 was debated and agreed to and further motions on government infrastructure projects and agricultural shows were debated.