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.
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!
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.
This week kicked off with two days of hearings for the inquiry into the future development of the New South Wales tertiary education sector.
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.
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.
Last sitting week saw the House agree to an instruction to committee. Read on to find out more about this unusual procedure!
Exotic animals, mulesing and the dairy industry have been the focus for Portfolio Committee No. 4's inquiries. Read this week's committees blog post for more.
The final day of the sitting week included the Legislative Council censuring of the Leader of the Government and passing important bills concerning reforms to the Deformation Act and the licensing of mechanical services and medical gas.
On Wednesday records were broken for the most orders for papers passed in one day and a range of other bills and motions were debated including the passing of a bill to increase transparency regarding water access licences.