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					                             LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
                             NOTICE PAPER No. 181
                            Wednesday, 11 August 2010
                             The President takes the Chair at 9.30 a.m.




                                     GENERAL BUSINESS
      [Pursuant to Standing Order 6.14, a Notice of Motion and an Order of the Day, other
        than for the consideration of a Bill, will be discharged from the Notice Paper after
                                   20 consecutive sitting days.]

BUSINESS TO TAKE PRECEDENCE
103* MR D.M. DAVIS — To move —
     That in accordance with Sessional Order 21, there be tabled in the Council by 12 noon on
     31 August 2010 a copy of the data for the years 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10 (if
     transmitted to the Commonwealth), provided by the State Government to the Federal
     Government according to the National Healthcare Agreement for the Admitted Patient Care
     National Minimum Data Set (APCNMDS), in ASCII text file format with information and
     instructions to enable the data file to be divided into the designated fields including but not
     limited to, the data type, format, and the maximum character length for each data element,
     provided that any data fields which, taken together, would potentially identify individual
     patients and thereby form the basis of a grounds for claiming Executive privilege of the data
     sets, specifically data items on State record identifier, person identifier, sex, date of birth,
     country of birth, indigenous status, area of usual residence and postcode, be removed from
     the data set prior to it being presented to the Council and, if possible, include a field for year
     of birth only, separated from day and month of birth.
     [Notice given on 10 August 2010 — Listed for 1 day].

107* MR D.M. DAVIS — To move —
     That in accordance with Sessional Order 21, there be tabled in the Council by 12 noon on
     Tuesday, 31 August 2010 a copy of the monthly and quarterly Integrated Performance
     Reports for the last three quarters for the financial year 2009-10, both Statewide and for the
     following individual health services —
     (1) Albury Wodonga Health;
     (2) Alexandra District Hospital;
     (3) Alfred Health;
     (4) Alpine Health;
     (5) Austin Health;


    To take precedence over all other General Business pursuant to an Order of the Council on 27 July
    2010.
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    (6)    Bairnsdale Regional Health Service;
    (7)    Ballarat Health Services;
    (8)    Barwon Health;
    (9)    Bass Coast Regional Health;
    (10)   Beaufort and Skipton Health Service;
    (11)   Beechworth Health Service;
    (12)   Benalla and District Memorial Hospital;
    (13)   Bendigo Health Care Group;
    (14)   Boort District Health;
    (15)   Calvary Health Care Bethlehem Ltd;
    (16)   Casterton Memorial Hospital;
    (17)   Central Gippsland Health Service;
    (18)   Cobram District Health;
    (19)   Cohuna District Hospital;
    (20)   Colac Area Health;
    (21)   Dental Health Services Victoria;
    (22)   Djerriwarrh Health Services;
    (23)   Dunmunkle Health Services;
    (24)   East Grampians Health Service;
    (25)   East Wimmera Health Service;
    (26)   Eastern Health;
    (27)   Echuca Regional Health;
    (28)   Edenhope and District Hospital;
    (29)   Gippsland Southern Health Service;
    (30)   Goulburn Valley Health;
    (31)   Hepburn Health Service;
    (32)   Hesse Rural Health Service;
    (33)   Heywood Rural Health;
    (34)   Inglewood and District Health Service;
    (35)   Kerang District Health;
    (36)   Kilmore and District Hospital;
    (37)   Kooweerup Regional Health Service;
    (38)   Kyabram and District Health Service;
    (39)   Kyneton District Health Service;
    (40)   Latrobe Regional Hospital;
    (41)   Lorne Community Hospital;
    (42)   Maldon Hospital;
    (43)   Mallee Track Health and Community Service;
    (44)   Manangatang and District Hospital;
    (45)   Mansfield District Hospital;
    (46)   Maryborough District Health Service;
    (47)   McIvor Health and Community Services;
    (48)   Melbourne Health;
    (49)   Melton Health;
    (50)   Mercy Public Hospitals Inc.;
    (51)   Mildura Base Hospital;
    (52)   Moyne Health Services;
    (53)   Mt Alexander Hospital;
    (54)   Nathalia District Hospital;
    (55)   Northeast Health Wangaratta;
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     (56) Northern Health;
     (57) Numurkah District Health Service;
     (58) Omeo District Health;
     (59) Orbost Regional Health;
     (60) Otway Health and Community Services;
     (61) Peninsula Health;
     (62) Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute;
     (63) Portland District Health;
     (64) Queen Elizabeth Centre;
     (65) Robinvale District Health Services;
     (66) Rochester and Elmore District Health Service;
     (67) Rural Northwest Health;
     (68) Seymour District Memorial Hospital;
     (69) South Gippsland Hospital;
     (70) South West Healthcare;
     (71) Southern Health;
     (72) St Vincent’s Health;
     (73) Stawell Regional Health;
     (74) Swan Hill District Health;
     (75) Tallangatta Health Service;
     (76) Terang and Mortlake Health Service;
     (77) The Royal Children's Hospital;
     (78) The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital;
     (79) The Royal Women's Hospital;
     (80) Timboon and District Healthcare Service;
     (81) Tweddle Child and Family Health Service;
     (82) Upper Murray Health and Community Services;
     (83) West Gippsland Healthcare Group;
     (84) West Wimmera Health Service;
     (85) Western District Health Service;
     (86) Western Health;
     (87) Wimmera Health Care Group;
     (88) Yarram and District Health Service;
     (89) Yarrawonga District Health Service; and
     (90) Yea and District Memorial Hospital.
     [Notice given on 10 August 2010 — Listed for 1 day].

71   MS HARTLAND — To move —
     That this House requires the Family and Community Development Committee to inquire into,
     consider and report on the provisions of the Medical Treatment Act 1988 relating to end-of-
     life medical treatment and palliative care options, with particular regard to —
     (a) whether those provisions are sufficient to meet contemporary community expectations;
     (b) whether those provisions are sufficient to prevent end of life suffering;
     (c) whether those provisions continue to facilitate and support best practice;
     (d) input from a variety of stakeholders and the community; and
     (e) whether to make recommendations to the Attorney-General to refer any matter to the
           Victorian Law Reform Commission.
     [Notice given on 14 April 2010 — Listed for 17 days].
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108* MR D.M. DAVIS — To move —
     That this House seeks that the Brumby Labor Government act urgently on the
     recommendations of the Royal Commission into the 2009 Victorian Bushfires and calls for
     the rapid implementation of the following recommendations prior to the forthcoming summer:
     (1) significantly increasing prescribed burning with a schedule in forthcoming months that
           directly reflects the recommendation of the Commission that a 5 per cent annual target
           be implemented;
     (2) ensuring refuges and safer places are installed; and
     (3) ensuring that the Government immediately appoint an independent monitor to oversight
           the implementation of the Commission’s recommendations.
     [Notice given on 10 August 2010 — Listed for 1 day].

1    PENINSULA LINK PROJECT — Motion calling for work on project to be ceased until
     alterations are made to preliminary design (Ms Pennicuik).
     [Listed for 4 days].

105* MS PENNICUIK — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) notes the United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur report on the Situation of Human
           Rights in Myanmar, March 2010, which documents "a pattern of gross and systematic
           violation of human rights which has been in place for many years and still continues";
     (2) notes that the Special Rapporteur states those violations "may entail categories of
           crimes against humanity or war crimes under the terms of the Statute of the
           International Criminal Court";
     (3) notes the Special Rapporteur recommends that "UN institutions may consider the
           possibility to establish a commission of inquiry with a specific fact finding mandate to
           address the question of international crimes";
     (4) notes that on 9 March 2010 the Burmese regime announced the election laws for the
           forthcoming election based on the 2008 constitution that —
           (a) exclude political activists who have been arrested, Buddhist monks and nuns and
                  public servants from standing for election;
           (b) prevents the National League for Democracy (NLD), headed by Aung San Suu
                  Kyi, and winners of the country's last election, from registering if Aung San Suu
                  Kyi remains a party member; and
           (c) annuls the results of the 1990 election, which saw the NLD win more than 80 per
                  cent of the vote;
     (5) notes that on 10 March 2010 the United States of America Assistant Secretary of State,
           Dr Philip Crowley, said that the United States of America would not accept the results
           of the Burmese election "given the tenor of the election laws that they've put forward,
           there's no hope that this election will be credible";
     (6) welcomes the Australian Government's indication that it would support investigating
           possible options for a United Nations commission of inquiry;
     (7) reiterates its support for human rights and democracy in Burma;
     (8) calls for the release of each of the 2,100 political prisoners in Burma;
     (9) condemns the 2008 constitution as anti-democratic; and
     (10) calls on all governments to refuse to accept the results of the Burmese elections
           scheduled to be held later this year unless all political prisoners are unconditionally
           released and a new democratic constitution is introduced that would permit the full
           participation of all political parties and individuals and would respect the will of the
           Burmese people.
     [Notice given on 10 August 2010 — Listed for 1 day].
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2     VIOLENCE ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT — Motion expressing concern at incidents of
      unprovoked violence and calling for increased numbers of Victoria Police Protective Services
      Officers (Mr Dalla-Riva) — Resumption of debate (Mr Koch).
      [Listed for 4 days].
                            
NOTICES OF MOTION
43    MRS PEULICH — To move —
      That this House condemns the Treasurer, who in his role as Minister for Financial Services
      and Minister for Information and Communication Technology has arrogantly refused to
      answer Questions on Notice which seek information about the nature and cost of advertising
      campaigns undertaken by the departments, agencies and authorities for which he has
      Ministerial responsibilities and in doing so, condones the expenditure of Victorian taxpayer
      funds without accepting the transparency and accountability principles which underpin
      principles of good governance and calls on the Treasurer to reject this secret State culture of
      the Brumby Labor Government and to uphold the long standing Westminster traditions of
      Ministerial responsibility to the Parliament to which he is elected.
      [Notice given on 24 March 2010 — Listed for 20 days].

44    MRS COOTE — To move —
      That this House condemns the Brumby Labor Government for awarding the contract for the
      Victorian Air Ambulance to Pelair and in particular —
      (1) notes the doubtful safety record of Pelair due to the ditching of a Pelair aircraft into the
            sea near Norfolk Island in 2009, jeopardising the safety of all the passengers and crew
            on board;
      (2) notes that Pelair has had three aircraft crashes — one in Sydney, one in Alice Springs,
            and one on Norfolk Island;
      (3) calls on the Government to —
            (a) outline what safety checks were undertaken by Ambulance Victoria before
                  awarding the tender;
            (b) explain what reviews of the reports prepared by the Australian Transport Safety
                  Bureau and Civil Aviation Safety Authority on a safety review on Pelair were
                  undertaken prior to the contract being awarded to Pelair; and
      (4) calls on the Treasurer to —
            (a) detail what information he had of the impending purchase of new aircraft by
                  Pelair whilst the tender process was being conducted; and
            (b) explain if the Government gave guarantees regarding the awarding of the
                  contract to Pelair before they made deposits on their new aircraft.
      [Notice given on 24 March 2010 — Listed for 20 days].

45    MRS PEULICH — To move —
      That this House —
      (1) condemns the Treasurer, who in his role as Minister for Financial Services and Minister
            for Information and Communication Technology has arrogantly refused to answer
            Questions on Notice which seek information about travel allowances paid to the
            Treasurer and in doing so, condones the expenditure of Victorian taxpayer funds
            without accepting the transparency and accountability principles which underpin good
            governance; and




    From the commencement of the 2010 sittings, notices of motion are given a unique number and
     numbered consecutively.
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     (2)   calls on the Treasurer to end the secret State culture of the Brumby Labor Government
           by upholding the long standing Westminster traditions of Ministerial responsibility and
           Parliamentary accountability.
     [Notice given on 24 March 2010 — Listed for 20 days].

46   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the Treasurer, who in his role as Minister for Financial Services and Minister
           for Information and Communication Technology has arrogantly refused to answer
           Questions on Notice which seek information about residential allowances paid to the
           Treasurer and staff in the Treasurer’s department and in doing so, condones the
           expenditure of Victorian taxpayer funds without accepting the transparency and
           accountability principles which underpin good governance; and
     (2) calls on the Treasurer to end the secret State culture of the Brumby Labor Government
           by upholding the long standing Westminster traditions of Ministerial responsibility and
           Parliamentary accountability.
     [Notice given on 24 March 2010 — Listed for 20 days].

47   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the Treasurer, who in his role as Minister for Financial Services and Minister
           for Information and Communication Technology has arrogantly refused to answer
           Questions on Notice which seek information about recruitment agencies which were
           used by Departments under the Treasurer’s administration and in doing so, condones
           the expenditure of Victorian taxpayer funds without accepting the transparency and
           accountability principles which underpin good governance; and
     (2) calls on the Treasurer to end the secret State culture of the Brumby Labor Government
           by upholding the long standing Westminster traditions of Ministerial responsibility and
           Parliamentary accountability.
     [Notice given on 24 March 2010 — Listed for 20 days].

48   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) expresses its serious concern at the failed Brumby Government TAFE reforms which
           tripled fees for second and subsequent diploma and advance Diploma courses and
           introduced a new HECS style loan scheme so students could pay the increased costs,
           resulting in an alarming reduction in the number of students enrolling in TAFE courses,
           confirming concerns that this fee hike will worsen an existing serious shortage of skills
           in Victoria;
     (2) notes comments from Mr David Williams, Victorian TAFE Association Executive
           Director, who said "We've heard of cases where people were actually turning up to
           enrol, but when they heard about the fee increases, a number of them walked away‖;
           and
     (3) further notes that these concerns were raised by the Victorian Coalition and ignored by
           the Brumby Labor Government at the time the TAFE policy was released.
     [Notice given on 24 March 2010 — Listed for 20 days].

49   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the Treasurer, who in his role as Minister for Financial Services and
           Minister for Information and Communication Technology has arrogantly refused to
           answer Questions on Notice which seek information about media research and public
           opinion polling conducted by Departments, agencies and authorities under the
           Treasurer’s administration and in doing so, condones the expenditure of Victorian
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           taxpayer funds without accepting the transparency and accountability principles which
           underpin good governance; and
     (2) calls on the Treasurer to end the secret State culture of the Brumby Labor Government
           by upholding the long standing Westminster traditions of Ministerial responsibility and
           Parliamentary accountability.
     [Notice given on 24 March 2010 — Listed for 20 days].

50   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the Treasurer, who in his role as Minister for Financial Services and Minister
           for Information and Communication Technology has arrogantly refused to answer
           Questions on Notice which seek information about media training for the Treasurer or
           the Treasurer’s personal staff and in doing so, condones the expenditure of Victorian
           taxpayer funds without accepting the transparency and accountability principles which
           underpin good governance; and
     (2) calls on the Treasurer to end the secret State culture of the Brumby Labor Government
           by upholding the long standing Westminster traditions of Ministerial responsibility and
           Parliamentary accountability.
     [Notice given on 24 March 2010 — Listed for 20 days].

51   MRS COOTE — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) notes that state-wide violent crime (crime against the person) has increased from
           31,372 in 1999-2000 to 43,971 in 2008-09, a 40.2 per cent increase under the Labor
           Government;
     (2) notes that offences on public transport as reported in the Victoria Police Crime
           Statistics – August 2009 were 9,412;
     (3) expresses its disappointment at the ongoing lack of response by the Premier, the
           Minister for Public Transport and the Minister for Police and Emergency Services to
           Victoria’s surging violent crime rates and violent attacks on our trains, trams and buses;
     (4) congratulates the Victorian Coalition’s Stopping Crime in its Tracks policy
           announcement of 8 November 2009 to —
           (a) establish a dedicated unit of 940 uniformed and trained Victoria Police Protective
                 Services Officers that will be permanently stationed on every train station in
                 Metropolitan Melbourne and the major regional centres from 6.00 p.m. until the
                 last train, seven days a week; and
           (b) provide an additional 100 Victoria Police Officers to be recruited to the Transit
                 Safety Division to patrol train, tram and bus networks; and
     (5) notes that this $200 million, four-year policy will not leave Victorians vulnerable and
           alone at stations and will have uniformed officers at every station and in particular at —
                South Yarra;
                Prahran;
                Windsor;
                Balaclava;
                Ripponlea;
                Elsternwick;
                Gardenvale;
                North Brighton;
                Middle Brighton;
                Brighton Beach;
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                Hampton; and
                Sandringham stations
           from 6.00 p.m. until the last train, seven days a week.
     [Notice given on 25 March 2010 — Listed for 19 days].

52   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the Treasurer, who in his role as Minister for Financial Services and Minister
           for Information and Communication Technology has arrogantly refused to answer
           Questions on Notice which seek information about consultancies commissioned by the
           Departments, agencies and authorities under the Treasurer’s administration and in
           doing so, condones the expenditure of Victorian taxpayer funds without accepting the
           transparency and accountability principles which underpin good governance; and
     (2) calls on the Treasurer to end the secret State culture of the Brumby Labor Government
           by upholding the long standing Westminster traditions of Ministerial responsibility and
           Parliamentary accountability.
     [Notice given on 25 March 2010 — Listed for 19 days].

54   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the Treasurer, who in his role as Minister for Financial Services and Minister
           for Information and Communication Technology has arrogantly refused to answer
           Questions on Notice which seek information about laptops, notebooks and palm
           computers that have been lost or stolen from each Department, authority and agency
           within the Treasurer’s portfolios and in doing so, condones the expenditure of Victorian
           taxpayer funds without accepting the transparency and accountability principles of
           good governance; and
     (2) calls on the Treasurer to end the secret State culture of the Brumby Labor Government
           by upholding the long standing Westminster traditions of Ministerial responsibility and
           Parliamentary accountability.
     [Notice given on 25 March 2010 — Listed for 19 days].

55   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the Minister for Roads for his plan to install dedicated 24 hour bus lanes,
           reducing the capacity of Centre Dandenong Road through Dingley Village by 50 per
           cent, reducing the amenity of the village, a system of courts reliant on good through
           traffic flow to gain ingress and egress into local streets;
     (2) condemns the Member for Mordialloc, Ms Janice Munt, for her attempt to conceal her
           knowledge of her own Brumby Government’s plan to install dedicated 24 hour bus
           lands through Dingley Village, which she announced with the Minister for Roads and
           Ports in a press release dated 9 September 2009 and her attempt to blame others in
           her email correspondence to constituents dated 5 February 2010 by claiming that she
           was unaware of these works; and
     (3) calls on the Brumby Labor Government to dump this plan and find a suitable alternative
           for the planned Brumby bus expressway.
     [Notice given on 25 March 2010 — Listed for 19 days].

56   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the Treasurer, who in his role as Minister for Financial Services and Minister
           for Information and Communication Technology has arrogantly refused to answer
           Questions on Notice which seek information about the prioritisation of State
           Government grants for key marginal seats by the Departments, agencies and
           authorities under the Minister’s control and in doing so, condones the expenditure of
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           Victorian taxpayer funds without accepting the transparency and accountability
           principles of good governance; and
     (2) calls on the Treasurer to end the secret State culture of the Brumby Labor Government
           by upholding the long standing Westminster traditions of Ministerial responsibility and
           Parliamentary accountability.
     [Notice given on 25 March 2010 — Listed for 19 days].

57   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the Treasurer, who in his role as Minister for Financial Services and Minister
           for Information and Communication Technology has arrogantly refused to answer
           Questions on Notice which seek information about personal leadership coaches and
           trainers hired for senior officials in the Departments, agencies and authorities under the
           Minister’s control and in doing so, condones the expenditure of Victorian taxpayer
           funds without accepting the transparency and accountability principles of good
           governance; and
     (2) calls on the Treasurer to end the secret State culture of the Brumby Labor Government
           by upholding the long standing Westminster traditions of Ministerial responsibility and
           Parliamentary accountability.
     [Notice given on 25 March 2010 — Listed for 19 days].

58   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the Treasurer, who in his role as Minister for Financial Services and Minister
           for Information and Communication Technology has arrogantly refused to answer
           Questions on Notice which seek information about graphic design companies engaged
           by the Departments, agencies and authorities under the Minister’s control and in doing
           so, condones the expenditure of Victorian taxpayer funds without accepting the
           transparency and accountability principles which underpin good governance; and
     (2) calls on the Treasurer to end the secret State culture of the Brumby Labor Government
           by upholding the long standing Westminster traditions of Ministerial responsibility and
           Parliamentary accountability.
     [Notice given on 25 March 2010 — Listed for 19 days].

59   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the Treasurer, who in his role as Minister for Financial Services and
           Minister for Information and Communication Technology has arrogantly refused to
           answer Questions on Notice which seek information about media monitoring and
           clipping services expenses incurred by the Treasurer or his Departments and in doing
           so, condones the expenditure of Victorian taxpayer funds without accepting the
           transparency and accountability principles which underpin principles of good
           governance; and
     (2) calls on the Treasurer to end the secret State culture of the Brumby Labor Government
           by upholding the long standing Westminster traditions of Ministerial responsibility and
           Parliamentary accountability.
     [Notice given on 25 March 2010 — Listed for 19 days].

60   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the Treasurer, who in his role as Minister for Financial Services and Minister
           for Information and Communication Technology has arrogantly refused to answer
           Questions on Notice which seek information about entertainment expenses incurred by
           the Treasurer or his Departments and in doing so, condones the expenditure of
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           Victorian taxpayer funds without accepting the transparency and accountability
           principles of good governance; and
     (2) calls on the Treasurer to end the secret State culture of the Brumby Labor Government
           by upholding the long standing Westminster traditions of Ministerial responsibility and
           Parliamentary accountability.
     [Notice given on 25 March 2010 — Listed for 19 days].

63   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House condemns the Attorney-General for his contempt of the Parliament of
     Victoria and abuse of his role as Deputy Premier in directing the staff of the Premier and the
     Minister for Planning to ignore a summons from the Standing Committee on Finance and
     Public Administration in a deliberate attempt to cover-up the hoax communication of the
     Windsor Hotel planning process and the involvement of the Minister for Planning and the
     possible involvement of the Premier of Victoria.
     [Notice given on 13 April 2010 — Listed for 18 days].

68   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the actions of the former Chief Commissioner of Police and the current head
           of the Victorian Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery Authority, Ms Christine Nixon,
           for deserting her post on Black Saturday to go out to dinner at the Metropolitan Hotel
           and for failing to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth to the Bushfire Royal
           Commission;
     (2) calls on the Premier to disclose all details including when the Premier was first made
           aware of when Ms Nixon removed herself from her post to attend dinner; and
     (3) notes the Premier views that Ms Nixon’s position as the Victorian Bushfire
           Reconstruction and Recovery Authority is still tenable when clearly it is not.
     [Notice given on 13 April 2010 — Listed for 18 days].

73   MRS PEULICH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) expresses its concern at the state of the Building Education Revolution Program (BER)
           under Federal and State Labor Governments, noting that —
           (a) the Federal Government is facing a showdown with public school teachers over
                 next month's NAPLAN tests;
           (b) the Australian Education Union voted to boycott the national literacy and
                 numeracy tests because it is concerned data from the exams would be used to
                 compile league tables on the Government's My School website;
           (c) the Federal Minister for Education, the Hon. Julia Gillard says the Government
                 will consider asking parents to cross picket lines to assist with supervising the
                 tests; and
           (d) the union has vowed the tests will not go ahead unless the Government dropped
                 its plans for league tables, which the union says brands students as failures;
     (2) notes the absence of any transparency or demonstration of leadership by the Victorian
           Minister for Education and calls on the Minister to —
           (a) take immediate action to allay concerns about the lack of transparency in the
                 expenditure and implementation of the Building Education Revolution Funding;
                 and
           (b) immediately and fully account for her actions and the action taken by the Brumby
                 Labor Government and to demonstrate openness and accountability by
                 answering crucial questions about the administration of BER as other Australian
                 States already have;
     (3) calls on the Minister for Education to disclose —
           (a) the full list of closed and merged Victorian schools since 2006;
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           (b)   the amount of State and Federal money expended on each school site during this
                 term of the Victorian Government, including ongoing maintenance of closed
                 school sites and operational schools, the Department's plans for the
                 management of school assets, including the ongoing future maintenance funding
                 given the increased school space made possible through BER; and
           (c) the amount of open space per student in April 2010 compared with 2006; and
     (4) expresses its disappointment at the failure by the Minster for Education to demonstrate
           educational leadership causing school communities and Victoria’s education to suffer
           from controversy and lack of transparency in the administration of this important
           portfolio.
     [Notice given on 15 April 2010 — Listed for 16 days].

74   MR DALLA-RIVA — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) notes with concern the recent Engineers Australia Infrastructure Report Card for
           Victoria, 2010 and in particular the disappointing number of C and D ratings which are
           to require major or critical changes respectively in areas of roads, rail, ports, potable
           water, storm water, irrigation, electricity, gas and telecommunications;
     (2) notes that there has been a deterioration in Victoria's infrastructure since the last
           Infrastructure Report Card for Victoria undertaken in 2005; and
     (3) condemns the Bracks and Brumby Labor Governments lack of attention to providing
           the necessary infrastructure development over the past decade.
     [Notice given on 15 April 2010 — Listed for 16 days].

75   MR O’DONOHUE — To move —
     That this House notes —
     (1) the strong population growth currently being experienced in Beaconsfield, Officer and
           Pakenham and congratulates the existing government secondary colleges that are
           servicing this growth, in particular Berwick, Pakenham and Koo Wee Rup;
     (2) that in recent years numerous private schools have opened in the Cardinia growth
           corridor to meet the demand resulting from this population growth;
     (3) the failure of the Brumby Government to adequately plan for and invest in the future
           educational needs of the growth corridor; and
     (4) the announcement of the Leader of the Opposition, Mr Ted Baillieu, that if elected, the
           coalition will invest $20 million to buy land, plan, construct and open a new secondary
           college in Officer within the first term of a Baillieu Government; and
     calls on the Government to match the commitment made by the Coalition to build a new
     Officer secondary college.
     [Notice given on 5 May 2010 — Listed for 15 days].

78   MS PENNICUIK — To move —
     That this House calls on the Government to establish an independent statutory body,
     reportable directly to Parliament, to provide external scrutiny of Victoria's custodial services,
     to conduct investigations, and to publish information and findings on the standards and
     operational practices of custodial services in Victoria.
     [Notice given on 6 May 2010 — Listed for 14 days].

86   MR O’DONOHUE — To move —
     That this House notes that —
     (1) the Premier has recently completed a huge back flip from opposing to supporting the
           establishment of an anti-corruption commission in Victoria;
     (2) this back flip is just the latest in a long line of back downs and policy position changes
           from the Government which has included the adoption of over 60 policies advocated by
           the Opposition;
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     (3)   these back flips include but are not limited to —
           (a) promising to not take water from north of the divide for Melbourne and then
                 building the north south pipeline;
           (b) describing desalination as a "hoax" and "extraordinarily expensive", only to later
                 announce the Wonthaggi desalination plant;
           (c) denigrating the Coalition plan to abolish suspended sentences as costing
                 "hundreds of millions of dollars", only to later adopt the same policy;
           (d) promising to build the Scoresby Freeway without tolls, only then to build the
                 "freeway" as a "toll way";
           (e) criticising privatisation of the public transport system from Opposition, only to
                 retain privatisation once in Government;
           (f)   copying the Opposition position on anti-hoon laws; and
           (g) copying the Opposition policy to eliminate Zone 3 on public transport; and
     (4) these back flips by the Premier demonstrate that the Government is tired, out of touch
           and bereft of ideas and solutions to solve the problems that Victoria is facing, unlike the
           Opposition which has a clear vision for Victoria and the challenges it must confront.
     [Notice given on 9 June 2010 — Listed for 9 days].

91   MR BARBER — To move —
     That pursuant to section 40(6) of the National Parks Act 1975, the Minister’s notice of 20 May
     2010 of consent to explore for petroleum in the Bay of Islands Coastal Park, tabled in the
     Council on 27 May 2010, be revoked.
     [Notice given on 23 June 2010 — Listed for 6 days].

97   MRS COOTE — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns the Minister for Planning for failing to consult with the residents surrounding
           the King David School in Orrong Road Armadale and for calling in the VCAT appeal
           concerning the use of the building at 520 Orrong Road, Armadale;
     (2) notes that the Minister has ignored the creation of traffic problems in the
           neighbourhood;
     (3) notes that the Minister disregarded the issue of insufficient street parking;
     (4) notes that the Minister did not take into account the significance of the increase in the
           number of events planned on the site relevant to existing use; and
     (5) notes the Minister did not take into account the adverse impact on the residential
           amenity of the area.
     [Notice given on 28 July 2010 — Listed for 3 days].

98   MR DALLA-RIVA — To move —
     That pursuant to section 16 of the Ombudsman Act 1973, the Legislative Council refers to
     the Ombudsman for investigation:
     (1) inappropriate interference by unelected persons into the City of Casey and elsewhere,
          explicitly —
          (a) Mr Luke Donnellan, Member for Narre Warren North;
          (b) Ms Judith Graley, Member for Narre Warren South;
          (c) Hon. Tim Holding, Member for Lyndhurst;
          (d) Mr Anthony Byrne, Federal Member for Holt; and
          (e) Hon. Jenny Lindell, Member for Carrum;
          with Cr Kevin Bradford, former Cr Michael Farley, former Cr Rob Wilson and Cr Steve
          Staikos, Mayor of the City of Kingston, in his capacity as then staff member for Ms
          Judith Graley and involving former Cr Janet Halsall and Cr Wayne Smith and others
          in —
          (i)   allegations of theft of council property against former Cr Mick Morland;
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           (ii)   the bullying and intimidation of Ms Jennie Lee, former Director of the City of
                  Casey Community Services;
           (iii) the investigation into Casey’s Maternal and Child Health by Cathryn Curtin
                  Consulting Pty Ltd;
           (iv) the re-tendering process of the position of current Chief Executive Officer of the
                  City of Casey;
           (v) the termination and subsequent agreement of Cr Janet Halsall from the
                  Electorate Office of Ms Judith Graley;
           (vi) funding for the neighbourhood house network throughout the City of Casey;
           (vii) funding for sporting projects for submission to the State Government’s
                  Community Facility Funding Program; and
           (viii) other matters; and
     (2) actions undertaken by the City of Casey, Cr Kevin Bradford, former Cr Michael Farley,
           former Cr Rob Wilson that are contrary to certain sections of the City of Casey’s
           Councillor Code of Conduct dealing with impartiality, improperly seeking to confer an
           advantage or disadvantage on others, Councillor personal interests and obligations,
           acting dishonestly and respect.
     [Notice given on 28 July 2010 — Listed for 3 days].

99   MRS COOTE — To move —
     That this House condemns the Premier for his Government’s clearways policy, as traders,
     local councils, and residents were not properly consulted before the implementation of the
     policy, and there is still mass confusion regarding the parking restrictions under the policy.
     [Notice given on 28 July 2010 — Listed for 3 days].

100 MR DALLA-RIVA — To move —
    That pursuant to section 16 of the Ombudsman Act 1973, the Legislative Council refers to
    the Ombudsman for investigation the activities of Mr Costas Socratous whilst a member of
    staff of the Member for Derrimut, Mr Telmo Languiller and a councillor for the City of
    Brimbank including but not confined to the allocations of all monies.
    [Notice given on 28 July 2010 — Listed for 3 days].

101 MRS PEULICH — To move —
    That this House notes and expresses concern at the Treasurer, in relation to his refusal to
    answer Questions on Notice relating to —
    (a) missing or stolen laptops from the Department and agencies under the Treasurer’s
          control;
    (b) Government propaganda brochures and publications released by the Treasurer;
    (c) domestic and international air travel;
    (d) consultancies commissioned by the Department and agencies under the Treasurer’s
          control;
    (e) charter flights and helicopters;
    (f)   Government grants provided by the Department and agencies under the Treasurer’s
          control;
    (g) leadership coaching for the Treasurer’s senior staff;
    (h) graphic design companies hired by the department and agencies under the Treasurer’s
          control;
    (i)   media monitoring organisation and staff hired by the Department and agencies under
          the Treasurer’s control;
    (j)   media training for the Treasurer’s personal staff;
    (k) media research and public opinion polling by each Department, agency and authorities
          under the Treasurer’s control;
    (l)   residential allowances paid to the Treasurer;
    (m) travel allowances paid to the Treasurer;
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     (n)   recruitment agencies hired by the Department and agencies under the Treasurer’s
           control;
     (o) operating costs of the Office of the Treasurer; and
     (p) advertising expenses of each Department, agency and authority under the Treasurer’s
           control in metropolitan and local newspapers, television stations and radio stations.
     [Notice given on 29 July 2010 — Listed for 2 days].

102* MR KAVANAGH — To move —
     That this House acknowledges the responsibility of all Victorian Governments to provide for
     and contribute towards the education of all school-age Victorians and further recognises and
     supports the equal rights of all Victorian school students to equal support of their education,
     adjusted only for their individual needs, regardless of who owns the schools that they attend.
     [Notice given on 10 August 2010 — Listed for 1 day].

104* MR KOCH — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) calls on the Brumby Labor Government to commit to the construction of a helipad at
           Ballarat Hospital to improve air ambulance transfer times of patients for this hospital;
     (2) notes an earlier motion debated in this House in November 2004 calling for effective
           management of air ambulance services at Ballarat;
     (3) notes the failure of the Brumby Labor Government, after 11 years, to build a helipad at
           Ballarat Hospital; and
     (4) calls on the Brumby Labor Government to match the Liberal/National Coalition
           announcement of the commitment up to $2 million for a Ballarat Hospital helipad.
     [Notice given on 10 August 2010 — Listed for 1 day].

106* MR D.M. DAVIS — To move —
     That this House requires the Law Reform Committee to inquire into, consider and report by
     30 September 2010, concurrently with the inquiry referred to it by the Legislative Council on
     24 March 2010 concerning the Memorandums of Understanding at the Wonthaggi/Kilcunda
     desalination plant and other construction projects, on the many Memorandums of
     Understanding signed by Victoria Police with various organisations in recent years.
     [Notice given on 10 August 2010 — Listed for 1 day].

CONTINGENT NOTICE OF MOTION
81   MR BARBER — Contingent upon the Members of Parliament (Standards) Bill 2010 being
     committed, To move —
     That it be an instruction to the Committee that they have power to consider an amendment
     and a New Clause to amend the Members of Parliament (Standards) Bill 2010 to create an
     indictable offence of serious misconduct of a Member of Parliament.

ORDERS OF THE DAY
3    SUMMARY OFFENCES AMENDMENT (BODY PIERCING) BILL 2007 — (Mr Drum) —
     Second reading — Resumption of debate (Mr Tee).

4    TOBACCO (CONTROL OF TOBACCO EFFECTS ON MINORS) BILL 2007 — MESSAGE
     FROM THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY — To be considered.

5    RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES AMENDMENT (HOUSING STANDARDS) BILL 2009 —
     (Mr Barber) — Second reading — Resumption of debate (Ms Pulford).
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6    GOVERNMENT (POLITICAL) ADVERTISING BILL 2010 — (Mr D.M. Davis) — Second
     reading.

7    ALDI SUPERMARKET DEVELOPMENT — MINISTER’S ANSWER TO SUPPLEMENTARY
     QUESTION WITHOUT NOTICE, 25 MARCH 2010 — To be considered.
     [Listed for 19 days].

8    CLARINDA CONCRETE CRUSHER — PETITION — To be considered.
     [Listed for 16 days].

9    NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH CRIME STATISTICS — PETITION — To be considered.
     [Listed for 16 days].

10   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ACT EXEMPTIONS — PETITION — To be considered.
     [Listed for 16 days].

11   GOVERNMENT SERVICES — Motion expressing concern at deterioration of critical services
     provided to the Victorian community (Mr O’Donohue) — Resumption of debate (Ms Mikakos).
     [Listed for 16 days].

12   FREIGHT TERMINAL LAND PURCHASE, BEVERIDGE — MINISTER’S ANSWER TO
     SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTION WITHOUT NOTICE, 25 MAY 2010 — To be considered.
     [Listed for 13 days].

13   REGISTER OF THE EXERCISE OF DELEGATED POWERS, DISCRETIONS AND
     FUNCTIONS BETWEEN THE MINISTER FOR PLANNING AND DEPARTMENTAL STAFF
     — To be considered.
     [Listed for 13 days].

14   PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS — VARIOUS DOCUMENTS AND APPOINTMENT OF
     INDEPENDENT LEGAL ARBITER — LETTER FROM ATTORNEY-GENERAL, 31 MAY
     2010 — To be considered.
     [Listed for 10 days].

15   SELECT COMMITTEE ON VICTORIA PLANNING PROVISIONS AMENDMENT VC67 —
     Motion to appoint a Select Committee (Mr Barber) and amendment of Mr D.M. Davis —
     Resumption of debate (Ms Pennicuik).
     [Listed for 7 days].

16   PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS — HEALTH SERVICES INTEGRATED PERFORMANCE
     REPORTS, YARRA PARK AND SHINE AND WORKING VICTORIA DOCUMENTS AND
     LETTERS FROM ATTORNEY-GENERAL, 27 JULY 2010 — To be considered.
     [Listed for 4 days].


                              GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

NOTICES OF MOTION
4    MR VINEY — To move —
     That this House rejects the Opposition’s cowardly allegation made under parliamentary
     privilege in Question Time on 14 April 2010 that implied that Mr Eddie McGuire and the
     Collingwood Football Club are corrupt.
     [Notice given on 15 April 2010 — Listed for 16 days].
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5    MS TIERNEY — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) condemns Mr Matthew Guy, MLC, for his ill-informed and inaccurate Media Release
           ―Madden in Conflict of Interest Planning Scandal‖;
     (2) notes the front page headline in The Standard on 15 April 2010 ―The Scandal that
           wasn’t‖ from which it is clear that Mr Brendan Howard and the local community are
           angry and dismayed with the beat up based on false information; and
     (3) calls on Mr Guy to apologise to Mr Howard and the Minister for Planning for calling
           their integrity into question.
     [Notice given on 15 April 2010 — Listed for 16 days].

7    MR TEE — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) notes that, in Victoria, smoking costs around 4000 lives each and every year;
     (2) notes that tobacco giant British American shelled out $140,000 in political donations to
           the Liberal/National Coalition in one year;
     (3) congratulates the Australian Labor Party on not accepting political donations from
           tobacco companies;
     (4) condemns the Liberal/National Coalition for its filthy habit and its addiction to political
           donations from tobacco companies; and
     (5) calls on the Liberal Party and The Nationals to stand up for the community, particularly
           the young who are targeted by tobacco companies, by saying no to receiving a slice of
           tobacco company profits.
     [Notice given on 26 May 2010 — Listed for 12 days].

8    MR TEE — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) congratulates the Brumby Labor Government for environmental polices that have
           resulted in the creation of wind farms with the capacity to power over 700,000 Victorian
           homes;
     (2) notes that Victorian wind farms save over 400,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas
           emissions, the equivalent of taking 94,000 cars off the State’s roads each year;
     (3) expresses concern and alarm at the Liberal/National Coalition policy that will see an
           end to wind farm development in Victoria and which —
           (a) will send Victorian jobs interstate;
           (b) was developed without industry consultation;
           (c) was developed without any understanding of the existing comprehensive
                 planning processes; and
           (d) hands planning approval over to local councils when many councils ask the State
                 Government to make the planning assessments because they do not have the
                 resources and expertise to evaluate wind farm proposals; and
     (4) condemns the Liberal/National Coalition for a policy which reveals that they are climate
           change sceptics who don't care about the environment.
     [Notice given on 8 June 2010 — Listed for 10 days].

9    MS PULFORD — To move —
     That this House expresses its grave concern that the Liberal Party and The Nationals are
     misleading Victoria’s regional and rural communities and notes that —
     (1) The Nationals have an established track record of failing to stand up to the Liberal
           Party when in government, rather than doing what is best for regional and rural
           Victoria;
     (2) when last in government, the Coalition closed 178 schools, 12 hospitals and 6 rail lines
           in country Victoria and presided over unemployment in excess of 12 per cent;
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     (3)   a $1 billion headline on a media release is no substitute for detailed policy work in
           building strong, vibrants and liveable Victorian towns;
     (4) the $1 billion over 8 years in the Liberal/National Growth Fund will rapidly evaporate
           when allocated to delivering essential government services in health, early childhood
           and road projects;
     (5) prosperity and growth for regional Victoria is best achieved through proper planning
           and in partnership with communities and not through a slush fund approach resulting in
           actual cuts to the level of government investment in Victoria’s regional communities;
           and
     (6) these actions of the Liberal/National Coalition put the economic and social wellbeing of
           Victorian communities at risk.
     [Notice given on 8 June 2010 — Listed for 10 days].

13   MR LEANE — To move —
      That this House expresses concern that delays to the Victoria Planning Provisions
      Amendment VC67 will cause economic damage to Victoria and force up house/land prices
      for young Victorians.
     [Notice given on 24 June 2010 — Listed for 5 days].

14   MR SCHEFFER — To move —
      That this House notes the progress of the Brumby Government’s commitment to rebuild,
      renovate or extend 500 schools in this term.
     [Notice given on 24 June 2010 — Listed for 5 days].

15   MS DARVENIZA — To move —
     That this House congratulates the Hon. Julia Gillard, MP on becoming Australia’s first female
     Prime Minister and notes —
     (1) the new Prime Minister’s achievements in industrial relations reform;
     (2) the Federal Government’s recent achievement in legislating for paid maternity leave;
     (3) that under the Howard Government the gap between male and female earnings
           increased;
     (4) that the Liberal Party’s approach to industrial relations puts at risk the pay and
           conditions of Victoria’s casual and part time workforce;
     (5) the Brumby Government’s recent commitment to provide pay justice to Victoria’s
           predominantly female social and community sector workforce;
     (6) that the next Equal Pay Day is on Tuesday, 12 April 2011 and symbolises how far into
           2011 women must work to earn what men earned in 2010;
     (7) that 27 businesses and organisations from across Victoria have been formally
           recognised for their progressive workplace practices and family friendly working
           conditions as part of the Brumby Labor Government’s Fair and Flexible Employer
           Recognition Awards, including commendation awards to: ACER, Baker and McKenzie,
           Benetas, the Building Commission, City of Melbourne, Civic Home Timber and
           Hardware Colac, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Country Road, DASSI, Hobsons Bay
           City Council, IBM Australia, KPMG, Maddocks, Manningham City Council, Maribyrnong
           City Council, Mercy Health, Villa Maria, Vision Australia, Western Region Health Centre
           and Yarra Ranges Shire Council; and recognition to: Child and Family Services
           Ballarat, ConnectEast, Dairy Food Safety Victoria, Maroondah Halfway House, Monash
           University, Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency, and the YMCA; and
     (8) that while celebrating the achievements of these employers we need to reflect on how
           best practice work and family arrangements can be promoted by State and Federal
           Governments.
     [Notice given on 24 June 2010 — Listed for 5 days].
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16   MS MIKAKOS — To move —
     That this House expresses its dismay at the failure of the Opposition and the Australian
     Greens to coherently explain to Victorian families why they continue to obstruct planning
     scheme amendments that seek to make housing more affordable.
     [Notice given on 24 June 2010 — Listed for 5 days].

17   MS HUPPERT — To move —
     That this House expresses its serious concern at the interference of the Leader of the
     Opposition, Mr Ted Baillieu, MP in the operation of the Legislative Council by overruling an
     agreement between the Government and the Opposition to adjourn Mr Barber’s motion to
     establish a Select Committee of 7 Members to be appointed to inquire into Amendment VC67
     to the Victoria Planning Provisions, that would enable the parties to negotiate an agreement
     on this vital issue for Victoria’s future growth.
     [Notice given on 24 June 2010 — Listed for 5 days].

18   MS PULFORD — To move —
     That this House —
     (1) expresses its serious concern about the Shadow Treasurer’s pessimistic outlook on the
           Victorian economy, which has caused runs on banks, predicted recessions which have
           not eventuated, and put into jeopardy the jobs of thousands of hard working Victorians;
           and
     (2) expresses serious concern about the Shadow Treasurer’s irresponsible spending
           policies which would ultimately skyrocket State debt, lead to the abandonment of
           projects like Bendigo and Box Hill Hospitals and the Regional Rail Link, or lead to the
           sacking of hundreds of teachers, doctors and nurses.
     [Notice given on 24 June 2010 — Listed for 5 days].

19   MS TIERNEY — To move —
     That this House congratulates the Brumby Government on its continued support for regional
     and rural Victorian communities as outlined in the Ready for Tomorrow: A Blueprint for
     Regional and Rural Victoria document.
     [Notice given on 24 June 2010 — Listed for 5 days].

23   MR TEE — To move —
     That —
     (1) this House expresses its concern at the inappropriate interference by the Member for
           South Eastern Metropolitan Region, Mrs Inga Peulich, in the Kingston City Council as
           an unelected person through her involvement in the formulation and then the
           subsequent submission and moving and seconding of motions by Kingston City
           Council Deputy Mayor and South Ward Councillor, Ms Donna Bauer, and North Ward
           Councillor, Mr Paul Peulich; and
     (2) pursuant to section 16 of the Ombudsman Act 1973, the Legislative Council refers to
           the Ombudsman for investigation whether the above actions of Kingston City Council
           Deputy Mayor and South Ward Councillor, Ms Donna Bauer, and North Ward
           Councillor, Mr Paul Peulich, are contrary to certain sections of the Kingston City
           Councillor Code of Conduct dealing with impartiality and conflicts of interest.
     [Notice given on 28 July 2010 — Listed for 3 days].

24   MR VINEY — To move —
     That pursuant to Standing Order 7.07, the resolution of the Council of 22 June 2010
     negativing the second reading of the Transport Legislation Amendment (Ports Integration) Bill
     2010 be read and rescinded and that so much of the Standing Orders be suspended to permit
     the second reading question on this Bill to be again put.
     [Notice given on 29 July 2010 — Listed for 2 days].
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ORDERS OF THE DAY
1*   2009 VICTORIAN BUSHFIRES ROYAL COMMISSION FINAL REPORT — Motion to take
     note of report (Mr Jennings) — Resumption of debate.

2    TOURIST AND HERITAGE RAILWAYS BILL 2010 — (Mr Pakula) — Second reading —
     Resumption of debate (Mr Koch).

3    SUBORDINATE LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL 2010 — (Mr Lenders) — Second
     reading — Resumption of debate (Mr Rich-Phillips).

4    DOMESTIC ANIMALS AMENDMENT (DANGEROUS DOGS) BILL 2010 — (from Assembly
     — Mr Pakula) — To be further considered in Committee.

5    TRANSPORT LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (PORTS INTEGRATION) BILL 2010 —
     MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY — To be considered.

6    WORKING WITH CHILDREN AMENDMENT BILL 2010 — (from Assembly — Mr Madden)
     — Second reading — Resumption of debate (Mr Rich-Phillips).

7    ASSOCIATIONS INCORPORATION AMENDMENT BILL 2010 — (from Assembly — Mr
     Madden) — Second reading — Resumption of debate (Mr Guy).

8    CIVIL PROCEDURE BILL 2010 — (from Assembly — Mr Madden) — Second reading —
     Resumption of debate (Mr Rich-Phillips).

9    PRIMARY INDUSTRIES LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL 2010 — (from Assembly — Mr
     Pakula) — Second reading — Resumption of debate (Ms Lovell).

10   ENERGY AND RESOURCES LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL 2010 — (from Assembly
     — Mr Pakula) — Second reading — Resumption of debate (Mr Guy).

11   SUPPORTED RESIDENTIAL SERVICES (PRIVATE PROPRIETORS) BILL 2010 — (from
     Assembly — Mr Jennings) — Second reading — Resumption of debate (Mr D.M. Davis).

12   GAMBLING REGULATION AMENDMENT (LICENSING) BILL 2010 — (from Assembly —
     Mr Madden) — Second reading — Resumption of debate (Mr Guy).

13   WATER AMENDMENT (VICTORIAN ENVIRONMENTAL WATER HOLDER) BILL 2010 —
     (from Assembly — Mr Jennings) — Second reading — Resumption of debate (Ms Lovell).

14   FIREARMS AND OTHER ACTS AMENDMENT BILL 2010 — (from Assembly — Mr
     Madden) — Second reading — Resumption of debate (Mr Dalla-Riva).

15   JURIES AMENDMENT (REFORM) BILL 2010 — (from Assembly — Mr Madden) — Second
     reading — Resumption of debate (Mr Rich-Phillips).

16   PERSONAL SAFETY INTERVENTION ORDERS BILL 2010 — (from Assembly — Mr
     Madden) — Second reading — Resumption of debate (Mr Rich-Phillips).

17   MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT (STANDARDS) BILL 2010 — (from Assembly — Mr
     Lenders) — Second reading — Resumption of debate (Mr Rich-Phillips).

18   ANNUAL STATEMENT OF GOVERNMENT INTENTIONS FOR 2010 — Motion to take note
     of Statement — Resumption of debate (Ms Tierney).

19   LIQUOR CONTROL REFORM AMENDMENT BILL 2008 — (from Assembly — Mr Madden)
     — Second reading — Resumption of debate (Mr Guy).
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20   VICTORIA PLANNING PROVISIONS AMENDMENT VC67 — Motion to ratify Amendment
     (Mr Madden) and amendment of Mr Guy — Resumption of debate (Mr Guy).
     [2 days remain for resolving].


BILL REFERRED TO PUBLIC ACCOUNTS AND ESTIMATES COMMITTEE
1    PUBLIC FINANCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY BILL 2009 — (from Assembly — Mr Lenders)
     — Referred on 27 July 2010.

                                          * * * * *
                              THURSDAY, 12 AUGUST 2010

                     STATEMENTS ON REPORTS AND PAPERS
                               [Pursuant to Standing Order 9.10]

1*   Department of Human Services Report, 2008-09 (Mrs Coote).
2*   Auditor-General’s Report on Hazardous Waste Management, June 2010 (Mrs Kronberg).
3*   VicForests Report, 2008-09 (Mrs Petrovich).


                                GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

ORDERS OF THE DAY
1    BAIL AMENDMENT BILL 2010 — (Mr Madden) — Second reading — Resumption of
     debate (Mr Rich-Phillips).

2    PERSONAL       PROPERTY    SECURITIES (STATUTE  LAW     REVISION    AND
     IMPLEMENTATION) BILL 2010 — (Mr Madden) — Second reading — Resumption of
     debate (Mr Rich-Phillips).



        WAYNE TUNNECLIFFE                                           ROBERT F. SMITH
     Clerk of the Legislative Council                                  President
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                                    DAY AND HOUR OF MEETING
                        Tuesday           —       2.00 p.m.
                        Wednesday         —       9.30 a.m.
                        Thursday          —       9.30 a.m. (or 12 noon, if a Select Committee is meeting)
                        Friday            —       9.30 a.m.

                                         ROUTINE OF BUSINESS
TUESDAY                 Messages
                        Questions
                        Answers to Questions on Notice
                        Formal Business
                        Members’ Statements (up to 15 Members)
                        Government Business
                        At 8.00 p.m. Legislation Committee (if ordered)
                        Adjournment

WEDNESDAY               Messages
                        Formal Business
                        Members’ Statements (up to 15 Members)
                        General Business
                        At 12 noon Questions
                        Answers to Questions on Notice
                        General Business (continues)
                        Government Business
                        At 8.00 p.m. Legislation Committee (if ordered)
                        Adjournment

THURSDAY                Messages
                        Formal Business
                        Members’ Statements (up to 15 Members)
                        Statements on Reports and Papers (60 minutes)1
                        Government Business
                        At 12 noon Questions
                        Answers to Questions on Notice
                        Government Business (continues)
                        At 8.00 p.m. Legislation Committee (if ordered)
                        Adjournment

FRIDAY                  Formal Business
                        Government Business
                        At 12 noon Questions
                        Answers to Questions on Notice
                        Government Business (continues)
                        Adjournment (30 minutes for Members’ issues)

Note:                   Unless otherwise ordered, the Adjournment of the House will be moved
                        automatically at 10.00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and at
                        4.00 p.m. on Friday.

1 Statements on Reports and Papers are not taken if the time of meeting is 12 noon pursuant to Sessional Order 1.
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                  DEPUTY PRESIDENT AND ACTING PRESIDENTS

DEPUTY PRESIDENT — Mr Atkinson.
ACTING PRESIDENTS — Mr Eideh, Mr Elasmar, Mr Finn, Ms Huppert, Mr Leane, Ms Pennicuik,
Mrs Peulich, Ms Pulford, Mr Somyurek and Mr Vogels.

                                    *    *   *     *

                                    COMMITTEES
DISPUTE RESOLUTION (JOINT) — Mr D.M. Davis, Mr Hall, Mr Jennings, Mr Lenders and
Ms Pennicuik.
DRUGS AND CRIME PREVENTION (JOINT) — Mrs Coote, Mr Leane and Ms Mikakos.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE (JOINT) — Mr Atkinson, Mr D.M. Davis
and Mr Tee.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING (JOINT) — Mr Elasmar and Mr Hall.
ELECTORAL MATTERS (JOINT) — Ms Broad, Mr P.R. Davis and Mr Somyurek.
ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES (JOINT) — Mr Murphy and Mrs Petrovich.
FAMILY AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (JOINT) — Mr Finn and Mr Scheffer.
FINANCE AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION — Mr Barber, Mr Guy, Mr Hall, Mr Kavanagh, Mr
Rich-Phillips, Mr Tee and Mr Viney.
HOUSE (JOINT) — The President, Mr Atkinson, Ms Darveniza, Mr Drum, Mr Eideh and
Ms Hartland.
LAW REFORM (JOINT) — Mrs Kronberg and Mr Scheffer.
LEGISLATION — Mr Atkinson, Ms Broad, Mrs Coote, Mr Drum, Ms Mikakos, Ms Pennicuik and
Ms Pulford.
OUTER SUBURBAN/INTERFACE SERVICES AND DEVELOPMENT (JOINT) — Mr Elasmar,
Mr Guy and Ms Hartland.
PRIVILEGES — Ms Darveniza, Mr D.M. Davis, Mr Drum, Mr Jennings, Ms Mikakos, Ms Pennicuik
and Mr Rich-Phillips.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS AND ESTIMATES (JOINT) — Mr Dalla-Riva, Ms Huppert, Ms Pennicuik and
Mr Rich-Phillips.
ROAD SAFETY (JOINT) — Mr Koch and Mr Leane.
RURAL AND REGIONAL (JOINT) — Ms Darveniza, Mr Drum, Ms Lovell, Ms Tierney and
Mr Vogels.
SCRUTINY OF ACTS AND REGULATIONS (JOINT) — Mr Eideh, Mr O’Donohue, Mrs Peulich
and Ms Pulford.
STANDING ORDERS — The President, Mr D.M. Davis, Mr Dalla-Riva, Mr Hall, Mr Lenders,
Ms Pennicuik and Mr Viney.
TRAIN SERVICES — Mr Atkinson, Mr Barber, Mr Drum, Ms Huppert, Mr Leane, Mr O’Donohue
and Mr Viney.
11 August 2010                                                                                  23

                                 QUESTIONS ON NOTICE
Questions appearing for the first time and a list of all other questions remaining unanswered will
appear in each edition of the Notice Paper. All unanswered questions will be reprinted and
circulated separately towards the end of each sitting month.
The provisions of Standing Order 8.11 [the "30 day rule"] apply in relation to answers to questions
on notice.


Notice Paper No.       Notice received              Questions remaining unanswered
20                     23 May 2007                  No. 351.

30                     19 July 2007                 No. 687.

34                     21 August 2007               No. 796.

38                     19 September 2007            Nos. 946 and 947.

39                     20 September 2007            Nos. 962, 968, 978, 990, 996, 997 and 1000.

40                     9 October 2007               Nos. 1027, 1036 and 1037.

44                     31 October 2007              Nos. 1196, 1197, 1198, 1199, 1200 and 1201.

51                     6 December 2007              Nos. 1409, 1414, 1417 and 1419.

54                     7 February 2008              No. 1744.

55                     26 February 2008             No. 1759.

58                     11 March 2008                No. 1888.

61                     8 April 2008                 No. 2040.

62                     9 April 2008                 Nos. 2118, 2119, 2120, 2121, 2122, 2123,
                                                    2124, 2125, 2126, 2128, 2129, 2130 and
                                                    2132.

64                     15 April 2008                No. 2190.

65                     16 April 2008                Nos. 2277, 2317, 2324, 2355, 2357, 2364,
                                                    2370, 2371, 2379, 2380 and 2400.

67                     7 May 2008                   Nos. 2513, 2551, 2553, 2560, 2566, 2567,
                                                    2575, 2576 and 2600.

70                     27 May 2008                  Nos. 2809, 2849, 2889, 2953 and 2955.
24                        Legislative Council Notice Paper No. 181

73   10 June 2008        Nos. 2990, 3032, 3036, 3037, 3040, 3041,
                         3097 and 3105.

75   12 June 2008        No. 3152.

77   25 June 2008        Nos. 3266 and 3283.

80   30 July 2008        No. 3370.

82   19 August 2008      No. 3634.

85   9 September 2008    Nos. 4731, 4732 and 4740.

87   11 September 2008   Nos. 5240, 5241, 5242,    5243,   5244,   5245,
                         5246, 5247, 5248, 5249,   5250,   5251,   5252,
                         5253, 5254, 5255, 5256,   5257,   5258,   5259,
                         5260, 5261, 5262, 5263,   5264,   5265,   5266,
                         5267, 5268, 5269, 5270,   5271,   5272,   5273,
                         5274, 5275, 5276, 5277,   5278,   5279,   5280,
                         5281, 5282, 5283, 5284,   5285,   5286,   5287,
                         5288, 5289, 5290, 5291,   5292,   5293,   5294,
                         5295, 5296, 5297, 5298,   5299,   5300,   5301,
                         5302, 5303, 5304, 5305,   5306,   5307,   5308,
                         5309, 5310, 5311, 5312,   5313,   5314,   5315,
                         5316, 5317, 5318, 5319,   5320,   5321,   5322,
                         5323, 5324, 5325, 5326,   5327,   5328,   5329,
                         5330, 5331, 5332, 5333,   5334,   5335,   5336,
                         5337, 5338, 5339, 5340,   5341,   5342,   5343,
                         5344, 5345, 5346, 5347,   5348,   5349,   5350,
                         5351, 5352, 5353, 5354,   5355,   5356,   5357,
                         5358, 5359, 5360, 5361,   5362,   5363,   5364,
                         5365, 5366, 5367, 5368,   5369,   5370,   5371,
                         5372, 5373, 5374, 5375,   5376,   5377,   5378,
                         5379, 5380, 5381, 5382,   5383,   5384,   5385,
                         5386, 5387, 5388, 5389,   5390,   5391,   5392,
                         5393, 5394, 5395, 5396,   5397,   5398,   5399,
                         5400, 5401, 5402, 5403,   5404,   5405,   5406,
                         5407, 5408, 5409, 5410,   5411,   5412,   5413,
                         5414, 5415, 5416, 5417,   5418,   5419,   5420,
                         5421, 5422, 5423, 5424,   5425,   5426,   5427,
                         5428, 5429, 5430, 5431,   5432,   5433,   5434,
                         5435, 5436, 5437, 5438,   5439,   5440,   5441,
                         5442, 5443, 5444, 5445,   5446,   5447,   5448,
                         5449, 5450, 5451, 5452,   5453,   5454,   5455,
                         5456, 5457, 5458, 5459,   5460,   5461,   5462,
                         5463, 5464, 5465, 5466,   5467,   5468,   5469,
                         5470, 5471, 5472, 5473,   5474,   5475,   5476,
                         5477, 5478, 5479, 5480,   5481,   5482,   5483,
                         5484, 5485, 5486, 5487,   5488,   5489,   5490,
                         5491, 5492, 5493, 5494,   5495,   5496,   5497,
                         5498, 5499, 5500, 5501,   5502,   5503,   5504,
                         5505, 5506, 5507, 5508,   5509,   5510,   5511,
                         5512, 5513, 5514, 5515,   5516,   5517,   5518,
                         5519, 5520, 5521, 5522,   5523,   5524,   5525,
                         5526, 5527, 5528, 5529,   5530,   5531,   5532,
11 August 2010                                                                25

                                    5533, 5534, 5535, 5536, 5537, 5538, 5539
                                    and 5540.

89               7 October 2008     Nos. 5542, 5543, 5544, 5545,    5547,   5550,
                                    5551, 5552, 5553, 5556, 5557,   5558,   5559,
                                    5560, 5561, 5562, 5563, 5564,   5565,   5566,
                                    5567, 5568, 5569, 5570, 5571,   5572,   5573,
                                    5574, 5575, 5576, 5577, 5578,   5579,   5580,
                                    5581, 5582, 5583, 5584, 5585,   5586,   5587,
                                    5588, 5589, 5590, 5591, 5592,   5593,   5594,
                                    5595, 5596, 5597, 5598, 5599,   5600,   5601,
                                    5602, 5603, 5604, 5605, 5606,   5607,   5608,
                                    5609, 5610, 5611, 5612, 5613,   5614,   5615,
                                    5616, 5617, 5618, 5619, 5620,   5621,   5622,
                                    5623, 5624, 5625, 5626, 5627,   5628,   5629,
                                    5630, 5631, 5632, 5633, 5634,   5635,   5636,
                                    5637, 5638, 5639, 5640, 5641,   5642,   5643,
                                    5644, 5645, 5646, 5647, 5648,   5649,   5650,
                                    5651, 5652, 5653, 5654, 5655,   5656,   5657,
                                    5658, 5659, 5660, 5661, 5662,   5663,   5664,
                                    5665, 5666, 5667, 5668, 5669,   5670,   5671,
                                    5672, 5673, 5674, 5675, 5676,   5677,   5678,
                                    5679, 5680, 5681, 5682, 5683,   5684,   5685,
                                    5686, 5687, 5688, 5689, 5690,   5691,   5692,
                                    5693, 5694, 5695, 5696, 5697,   5698,   5699,
                                    5700, 5701, 5702, 5703, 5704,   5705,   5706,
                                    5707, 5708, 5709, 5710, 5711,   5712,   5713,
                                    5714, 5715, 5716, 5717, 5718,   5719,   5720,
                                    5721, 5722, 5723, 5724, 5725,   5726,   5727,
                                    5728, 5729, 5730, 5731, 5732,   5733,   5734,
                                    5735, 5736, 5737, 5738, 5739,   5740,   5741,
                                    5742, 5743, 5744, 5745, 5746,   5747,   5748,
                                    5749, 5750, 5751, 5752, 5753,   5754,   5755,
                                    5756, 5757, 5758, 5759, 5760,   5761,   5762,
                                    5763, 5764, 5765, 5766, 5767,   5768,   5769,
                                    5770, 5771, 5772, 5773, 5774,   5775,   5776,
                                    5777, 5778, 5779 and 5780.

90               8 October 2008     No. 5823.

92               10 October 2008    Nos. 6239 and 6275.

95               28 October 2008    No. 6428.

98               11 November 2008   Nos. 6856, 6857, 6858, 6863, 6864 and 6865.

99               12 November 2008   Nos. 7291, 7294, 7295, 7296, 7298, 7301,
                                    7302, 7303 and 7315.

100              13 November 2008   Nos. 7613, 7615 and 7644.

102              3 December 2008    No. 8023.
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103   4 December 2008    Nos. 8398, 8404, 8407, 8413, 8416, 8422,
                         8425, 8431, 8434, 8440, 8443, 8449, 8639,
                         8640, 8641, 8642, 8643, 8644 and 8645.

107   24 February 2009   No. 8965.

124   23 June 2009       No. 9345.

127   28 July 2009       Nos. 9422, 9423, 9424, 9425, 9426, 9430,
                         9435, 9436, 9437, 9438, 9439, 9440, 9441,
                         9442 and 9443.

131   12 August 2009     Nos. 9511, 9517, 9518,    9519,   9520,   9521,
                         9522, 9523, 9524, 9525,   9526,   9527,   9528,
                         9529, 9530, 9531, 9532,   9533,   9534,   9535,
                         9536, 9537, 9538, 9539,   9540,   9541,   9542,
                         9543 and 9544.

133   1 September 2009   Nos. 9555, 9557, 9565, 9579, 9583 and 9584.

134   2 September 2009   Nos. 9595, 9611 and 9612.

139   13 October 2009    Nos. 9662, 9667, 9678, 9737, 9765, 9766,
                         9768, 9769, 9770, 9771, 9772, 9773, 9778,
                         9782, 9792, 9900, 9902, 9903, 9960, 9966,
                         9967, 9968, 9981, 9982, 9983, 9984, 9985,
                         9986, 9987, 9988, 9989, 9990, 9991, 9992,
                         9993, 9994, 9995, 9996, 9997, 9998, 9999,
                         10000, 10001, 10002, 10003, 10004, 10006,
                         10007, 10008, 10009, 10010, 10011, 10012,
                         10013, 10014, 10015, 10016, 10017, 10018,
                         10026, 10028, 10029, 10036, 10054, 10073,
                         10074, 10075, 10076, 10077, 10078, 10079,
                         10080, 10081, 10082, 10083, 10084, 10085,
                         10086, 10087, 10088, 10089, 10090 and
                         10091.

145   24 November 2009   Nos. 10158, 10163, 10166, 10170, 10178,
                         10181, 10182, 10185, 10187, 10193, 10218,
                         10219, 10220, 10221, 10222, 10223, 10224,
                         10225, 10226, 10227, 10228, 10251, 10255
                         and 10256.

149   8 December 2009    No. 10324.

150   9 December 2009    Nos. 10325, 10361, 10362, 10364, 10372,
                         10373, 10374, 10378, 10379, 10381, 10389,
                         10390, 10391, 10427, 10438, 10455, 10456,
                         10457, 10461, 10462 and 10463.

152   2 February 2010    Nos. 10532, 10533, 10535, 10549, 10550,
                         10569, 10575, 10577, 10578, 10579, 10591,
                         10592, 10599, 10610, 10616, 10618, 10619,
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                                    10620, 10632, 10633, 10648, 10652, 10653,
                                    10654, 10658, 10660, 10674, 10675, 10682,
                                    10688, 10689, 10693, 10699 and 10701.

153              3 February 2010    Nos. 10858, 10860, 10893, 10899, 10900,
                                    10901, 10902, 10903, 10911, 10915, 10916,
                                    10923, 10924, 10926, 10935, 10939, 10940,
                                    10941, 10943, 10957, 10958, 10977, 10983,
                                    10985, 10991, 10999, 11000, 11007, 11018,
                                    11024, 11025, 11026, 11027, 11028, 11033,
                                    11034, 11035, 11036, 11040, 11041, 11042,
                                    11044, 11045, 11046, 11047, 11048, 11050,
                                    11051, 11052, 11053, 11054, 11055, 11056,
                                    11057, 11059, 11060, 11061, 11062, 11063,
                                    11064, 11065, 11067, 11068, 11069, 11077,
                                    11078, 11081, 11082, 11084, 11088, 11090,
                                    11092, 11098, 11099, 11101, 11102, 11103
                                    and 11106.

154              4 February 2010    Nos. 11107, 11109, 11132, 11143,      11149,
                                    11151, 11152, 11153, 11165, 11166,    11174,
                                    11185, 11186, 11187, 11191, 11193,    11207,
                                    11208, 11227, 11233, 11235, 11269,    11275,
                                    11276, 11277, 11278, 11279, 11288,    11291,
                                    11292, 11293, 11299, 11310, 11311,    11312,
                                    11316, 11318, 11332, 11333, 11340,    11351,
                                    11357, 11359, 11360, 11361, 11365,    11370,
                                    11373, 11374, 11375, 11381, 11392,    11393,
                                    11394 and 11400.

155              23 February 2010   Nos. 11404, 11405, 11406, 11412,      11422,
                                    11424, 11425, 11426, 11438, 11439,    11447,
                                    11458, 11459, 11460, 11464, 11466,    11467,
                                    11468, 11474, 11480, 11481, 11489,    11500,
                                    11501, 11502, 11506, 11508, 11524,    11525,
                                    11526, 11527, 11528, 11529, 11540,    11541,
                                    11543, 11544, 11549, 11550, 11551,    11553,
                                    11555, 11556, 11567, 11568, 11569,    11570,
                                    11571 and 11578.

156              24 February 2010   Nos. 11602 and 11614.

157              25 February 2010   Nos. 11666, 11669, 11671, 11675 and 11676.

158              9 March 2010       Nos. 11678, 11679 and 11692.

159              10 March 2010      No. 11705.

161              23 March 2010      Nos. 11733, 11734, 11735 and 11736.

162              24 March 2010      Nos. 11739, 11741, 11743, 11744, 11745 and
                                    11749.
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165   14 April 2010   No. 11772.

166   15 April 2010   Nos. 11775 and 11776.

167   5 May 2010      Nos. 11781, 11782, 11784, 11786, 11787,
                      11788, 11789, 11790, 11791, 11792, 11793,
                      11794, 11795, 11796, 11798, 11799, 11800,
                      11801, 11802, 11803, 11804, 11805, 11806,
                      11807, 11808, 11809, 11810, 11811, 11812,
                      11813, 11814, 11815, 11816 and 11818.

168   6 May 2010      Nos. 11836, 11838, 11839 and 11840.

169   25 May 2010     Nos. 11844 and 11857.

171   27 May 2010     Nos. 11867, 11868, 11869, 11870, 11871,
                      11872, 11873, 11874, 11875, 11877, 11878,
                      11879, 11880, 11881, 11882, 11883, 11884,
                      11885, 11886, 11887, 11888, 11889, 11890,
                      11891, 11892, 11893, 11894, 11895, 11896,
                      11897, 11898, 11899, 11900, 11901, 11902,
                      11903, 11904, 11905, 11906, 11907, 11908
                      and 11910.

172   8 June 2010     Nos. 11912, 11913, 11914, 11915, 11916,
                      11917, 11918, 11919, 11920, 11921, 11922,
                      11923, 11924, 11925, 11926, 11927, 11928,
                      11929, 11930, 11932, 11933, 11934, 11936,
                      11937, 11938, 11940, 11942, 11943, 11944,
                      11945, 11946, 11947, 11948, 11949, 11950,
                      11952, 11953, 11954, 11955, 11956, 11957,
                      11966, 11967, 11968, 11969, 11970, 11971,
                      11988, 11989, 11990, 11991, 11992, 11993,
                      11994, 11995, 11996, 11997, 11998, 11999,
                      12000, 12001, 12002, 12003, 12004, 12005,
                      12006, 12007, 12008, 12009, 12010, 12011,
                      12012, 12013, 12014, 12015, 12016, 12017,
                      12018, 12019, 12020, 12021, 12022, 12023,
                      12024, 12025, 12026, 12027, 12028, 12029,
                      12030, 12031, 12032, 12033, 12035, 12036,
                      12037, 12038, 12039, 12040, 12041, 12042
                      and 12043.

173   9 June 2010     Nos. 12065, 12066 and 12067.

176   23 June 2010    Nos. 12068, 12069, 12070, 12071, 12072,
                      12073, 12074, 12075, 12076 and 12077.

177   27 July 2010    Nos. 12082, 12083, 12084, 12085, 12086,
                      12087 and 12088.

178   28 July 2010    Nos. 12089, 12090, 12091, 12092, 12093,
                      12094, 12095, 12096, 12097, 12098, 12099,
11 August 2010                                                                             29

                                                 12100, 12101, 12102, 12103, 12104,    12105,
                                                 12106, 12107, 12108, 12109, 12110,    12111,
                                                 12112, 12113, 12114, 12115, 12116,    12117,
                                                 12118, 12119, 12120, 12121, 12122,    12123,
                                                 12124, 12125, 12126, 12127, 12128,    12129,
                                                 12130, 12131, 12132, 12133, 12134,    12135,
                                                 12136, 12137, 12138, 12139, 12140,    12141,
                                                 12142, 12143, 12144, 12145, 12146,    12147,
                                                 12148, 12149, 12150, 12151, 12152,    12153,
                                                 12154, 12155, 12156, 12157, 12158,    12159,
                                                 12160, 12161, 12162, 12163, 12164,    12165,
                                                 12166, 12167, 12168, 12169, 12170,    12171,
                                                 12172, 12173, 12174, 12175, 12176,    12177,
                                                 12178, 12179, 12180, 12181, 12182,    12183,
                                                 12184, 12185, 12186 and 12187.

179                   29 July 2010               Nos. 12188, 12189, 12190, 12191, 12192,
                                                 12193, 12194, 12195, 12196, 12197, 12198,
                                                 12199, 12200, 12201, 12202, 12203, 12204,
                                                 12205, 12206, 12207, 12208, 12209, 12210,
                                                 12211, 12212, 12213, 12214, 12215, 12216,
                                                 12217, 12218, 12219, 12220, 12221, 12222,
                                                 12223, 12224, 12225, 12226, 12227, 12228,
                                                 12229, 12230, 12231, 12232, 12233, 12234,
                                                 12235, 12236, 12237, 12238, 12239, 12240,
                                                 12241, 12242, 12243, 12244, 12245, 12246,
                                                 12247, 12248, 12249, 12250, 12251, 12252,
                                                 12253, 12254, 12255, 12256, 12257, 12258,
                                                 12259, 12260, 12261, 12262, 12263, 12264,
                                                 12265, 12266, 12267, 12268, 12269, 12270,
                                                 12271, 12272, 12273, 12274, 12275, 12276,
                                                 12277, 12278, 12279, 12280, 12281, 12282,
                                                 12283, 12284, 12285, 12286, 12287 and
                                                 12288.

                               (Notice received 10 August 2010)

12289 MR RICH-PHILLIPS — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Water): In relation to the Desalination Plant:
      (1) How many Victorian companies lodged tenders for contract work on the Desalination
            Plant.
      (2) How many Australian companies lodged tenders for contract work on the Desalination
            Plant.
      (3) How many international companies lodged tenders for contract work on the
            Desalination Plant.
      (4) How many Victorian companies have been awarded contracts for work on the
            Desalination Plant.
      (5) How many Australian companies have been awarded contracts for work on the
            Desalination Plant.
      (6) How many international companies have been awarded contracts for work on the
            Desalination Plant.
      (7) On how many occasions has an international company been awarded a contract over
            a Victorian or Australian company which also lodged a tender and what were the
            reasons for doing so.
      (8) How many Victorian or Australian companies were referred to Parsons Brinkerhoff
            and Becker by the Industry Capability Network (ICN) to lodge a tender for contract
            work on the Desalination Plant.
30                                                 Legislative Council Notice Paper No. 181


12290 MS LOVELL — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the Minister
      for Housing): In relation to the properties owned by the Office of Housing that were
      destroyed in the Black Saturday bushfires on 7 February 2009:
      (1) How many properties were destroyed.
      (2) Where were these properties situated.
      (3) How many properties have been rebuilt.
      (4) What is the timeline for the remainder of the properties to be rebuilt.
      (5) Are any properties not being replaced; if so —
            (a) how many;
            (b) why are they not being replaced; and
            (c) what is their location.
      (6) What is the estimated budget for the reconstruction of dwellings owned by the Office
            of Housing that were destroyed in the Black Saturday bushfires.

12291 MS LOVELL — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the Minister
      for Housing): In relation to the properties owned by the Office of Housing that were
      seriously damaged but not destroyed in the Black Saturday bushfires on 7 February 2009:
      (1) How many such properties were there.
      (2) Where are these properties situated.
      (3) How many of these properties have been repaired.
      (4) What is the estimated budget for repairs to public housing properties damaged in the
            Black Saturday bushfires.
      (5) What is the timeline for the repair of these properties.

12292 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): How many full time equivalent child protection worker
      positions were there in Victoria as at 30 June 2010.

12293 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): How many full time equivalent child protection worker
      positions were there in the Barwon South West Region as at 30 June 2010.

12294 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): How many full time equivalent child protection worker
      positions were there in the Hume Region as at 30 June 2010.


12295 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): How many full time equivalent child protection worker
      positions were there in the Grampians Region as at 30 June 2010.

12296 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): How many full time equivalent child protection worker
      positions were there in the Loddon Mallee Region as at 30 June 2010.

12297 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): How many full time equivalent child protection worker
      positions were there in the Gippsland Region as at 30 June 2010.

12298 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): How many full time equivalent child protection worker
      positions were there in the Eastern Metropolitan Region as at 30 June 2010.

12299 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): How many full time equivalent child protection worker
      positions were there in the Southern Metropolitan Region as at 30 June 2010.
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12300 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): How many full time equivalent child protection worker
      positions were there in the North and West Metropolitan Region as at 30 June 2010.

12301 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): What was the daily average occupancy in contingency
      placements for children in Child Protection in Victoria for the 2009-10 financial year.

12302 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): What was the daily average occupancy in contingency
      placements for children in Child Protection in the Barwon South West Region for the 2009-
      10 financial year.

12303 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): What was the daily average occupancy in contingency
      placements for children in Child Protection in the Hume Region for the 2009-10 financial
      year.

12304 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): What was the daily average occupancy in contingency
      placements for children in Child Protection in the Grampians Region for the 2009-10
      financial year.

12305 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): What was the daily average occupancy in contingency
      placements for children in Child Protection in the Loddon Mallee Region for the 2009-10
      financial year.

12306 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): What was the daily average occupancy in contingency
      placements for children in Child Protection in the Gippsland Region for the 2009-10
      financial year.

12307 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): What was the daily average occupancy in contingency
      placements for children in Child Protection in the Eastern Metropolitan Region for the 2009-
      10 financial year.

12308 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): What was the daily average occupancy in contingency
      placements for children in Child Protection in the Southern Metropolitan Region for the
      2009-10 financial year.

12309 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): What was the daily average occupancy in contingency
      placements for children in Child Protection in the North and West Metropolitan Region for
      the 2009-10 financial year.

12310 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): In relation to facility based respite beds available to
      children and adults with disabilities in Victoria at 30 June 2010:
      (1) How many such respite beds were available.
      (2) How many families were using and/or waiting for such care.
      (3) How many of the people currently occupying respite care beds had been in care for
            more then four weeks.
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12311 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): In relation to facility based respite beds available to
      children and adults with disabilities in the Barwon South West Region at 30 June 2010:
      (1) How many such respite beds were available.
      (2) How many families were using and/or waiting for such care.
      (3) How many of the people currently occupying respite care beds had been in care for
            more then four weeks.

12312 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): In relation to facility based respite beds available to
      children and adults with disabilities in the Hume Region at 30 June 2010:
      (1) How many such respite beds were available.
      (2) How many families were using and/or waiting for such care.
      (3) How many of the people currently occupying respite care beds had been in care for
            more then four weeks.

12313 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): In relation to facility based respite beds available to
      children and adults with disabilities in the Grampians Region at 30 June 2010:
      (1) How many such respite beds were available.
      (2) How many families were using and/or waiting for such care.
      (3) How many of the people currently occupying respite care beds had been in care for
            more then four weeks.

12314 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): In relation to facility based respite beds available to
      children and adults with disabilities in the Loddon Mallee Region at 30 June 2010:
      (1) How many such respite beds were available.
      (2) How many families were using and/or waiting for such care.
      (3) How many of the people currently occupying respite care beds had been in care for
            more then four weeks.

12315 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): In relation to facility based respite beds available to
      children and adults with disabilities in the Gippsland Region at 30 June 2010:
      (1) How many such respite beds were available.
      (2) How many families were using and/or waiting for such care.
      (3) How many of the people currently occupying respite care beds had been in care for
            more then four weeks.

12316 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): In relation to facility based respite beds available to
      children and adults with disabilities in the Eastern Metropolitan Region at 30 June 2010:
      (1) How many such respite beds were available.
      (2) How many families were using and/or waiting for such care.
      (3) How many of the people currently occupying respite care beds had been in care for
            more then four weeks.

12317 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): In relation to facility based respite beds available to
      children and adults with disabilities in the Southern Metropolitan Region at 30 June 2010:
      (1) How many such respite beds were available.
      (2) How many families were using and/or waiting for such care.
      (3) How many of the people currently occupying respite care beds had been in care for
            more then four weeks.
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12318 MR O’DONOHUE — To ask the Minister for Environment and Climate Change (for the
      Minister for Community Services): In relation to facility based respite beds available to
      children and adults with disabilities in the North and West Metropolitan Region at 30 June
      2010:
      (1) How many such respite beds were available.
      (2) How many families were using and/or waiting for such care.
      (3) How many of the people currently occupying respite care beds had been in care for
            more then four weeks.




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