During government business days this week the House passed four bills, disallowed a regulation concerning floodplain harvesting and censured the Leader of the Government for non-compliance with an order for papers.
During government business days this week the House passed bills concerning birth certificates for adopted people and police promotions. The House also debated a matter of public importance.
The Legislative Council was recalled this week! Read all about the action that occurred on government business days including debate on a range of bills and on a matter of public importance concerning children in out of home care.
The NSW Legislative Council passed three emergency measure bills concerning COVID-19 and agreed to a range of orders for papers motions as the House continued its role in scrutinising the NSW Government.
The Legislative Council sat on Tuesday 24 March in order to urgently consider two bills regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and a bill to provide relief for people affected by the recent bushfires in NSW.
On the final day for Government business in 2019 we passed two bills including one regarding the Children’s Guardian. We also debated a bill to further enforce 'mobile phone use while driving' offences.
Just in: We began the final sitting week of 2019 by sitting past midnight in order to pass 2 bills & consider the Assembly's amendments to the RMS Dissolution Bill. Read our blog to find out more...
Thursday was private members' business day where three bills and a raft of motions were debated. In line with previous weeks seven orders for papers were agreed to, taking the total tally for this year to 47. The day also saw the third private members' bill to pass the Legislative Council this year. Bills Fishing … Continue reading In the House – Thursday 14 November 2019
Wednesday's sitting was dominated by the consideration of bills relating to music festivals and another about meeting critical water needs for certain regional areas. Read all about it in our blog.
Read about private members' business day on 24 October 2019 where we considered five bills and nine motions