Take a look back at the key things to happen in the House on private members' day on Wednesday, 17 March... It was another jam-packed private members' day, with a number of interesting procedural matters up for discussion. There was debate on the rules governing the election of President of the Legislative Council, as well … Continue reading In the House – Wednesday 17 March 2021
Things were a little different this sitting week, with private members' business taking centre stage over two consecutive days. Here's what happened... Wednesday, 17 February In short: On Wednesday, the House agreed to a motion indicating its disagreement with the Legislative Assembly's transmission of the Appropriation (Parliament) Bill 2020 to the Governor for assent, notwithstanding … Continue reading In the House – Wednesday 17 and Thursday 18 February 2021
On Wednesday, the House debated three bills spanning domestic violence reform, bushfire prevention and management and the funding of ICAC and other independent agencies. The House also agreed to sixteen orders for papers. Read on for more.
It was a busy day on Wednesday, with 21 items of private members' business debated, including seven bills, ten orders for papers and four motions. The House also considered a Remembrance Day motion, following a minute's silence at 11.00am. Read on for more.
9 items of private members’ business were debated on Wednesday, including three bills and two orders for papers. The House also debated a motion of no confidence in the Premier.
On Wednesday the Legislative Council considered a range of bills and motions moved by private members. Read about all the action in our latest blog post!
On Wednesday the Legislative Council debated a no confidence motion in the Treasurer and icare and considered a range of other bills and motions, including relating to nursing homes, road tolls and uranium mining.
With the Legislative Council returning to a full sitting program in June, refresh your knowledge of private members' business (Wednes)day with our latest blog post.
The numbers are in. The Legislative Council has finished its sittings for another year. Check out all our sitting day stats for 2019.
On the final sitting day in 2019 we considered a bill from The Greens concerning the protection of Central Coast drinking water catchments, passed four orders for government papers and ended with a motion of Christmas felicitations.