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Consolidated Index to Minutes of Proceedings from 16 October 2001 to 5 May 2005

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Title

Consolidated Index to Minutes of Proceedings from 16 October 2001 to 5 May 2005

Other title

Consolidated Index

Collection

Indexes to Parliamentary Records for 9th Assembly 2001 - 2005; ParliamentNT; Parliamentary Record; 9th Assembly 2001 - 2005

Date

2001-10-16

Notes

Made available by the Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory

Language

English

Subject

Index

Publisher name

Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory

Place of publication

Darwin

File type

application/pdf

Use

Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)

Copyright owner

Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory

License

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/299642

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/382151

Page content

Consolidated Index to Minutes of Proceedings 16 October 2001 to 5 May 2005 12 MARK OF RESPECT Terrorism in United States of America, Members stood for one minute in silence (Mrs Braham) .. 6 MATTERS OF PUBLIC IMPORTANCE Container Deposit Legislation (Mrs Braham)............................................................................... 244 Defence Technology Park in Darwin (Mr Burke) ........................................................................ 477 Employment losses and pay-roll taxation revenues (Mr Mills) .................................................... 530 Public Housing Tenants, Alice Springs (Mr Elferink) ................................................................. 736 MEMBERS SUSPENDED Dr Burns suspended at 6.50pm, 17 February 2005,for one hour pursuant to Standing Order 240A (Mrs Braham)........................................................................................................................... 776 Dr Lim suspended at 2.55pm, 17 February 2005, for one hour pursuant to Standing Order 240A (Madam Speaker)..................................................................................................................... 774 Mr Baldwin, pursuant to Standing Order 240A, at 11.30 am, for a period of one hour on account of his refusal to withdraw words (Deputy Speaker Mr Wood)................................................ 620 Mr Dunham at 3.40pm for one hour pursuant to Standing Order 240A....................................... 789 Mr Dunham suspended at 8.59pm,17 February 2004 for one hour pursuant to Standing Order 240A (Madam Speaker)........................................................................................................... 530 Mr Dunham suspended at 9.10pm,17 February 2004 for 24 hours to Standing Order 241 (Mr Henderson)........................................................................................................................ 530 Mr Elferink suspended at 6.50pm, 17 February 2005 for 24 hours pursuant to Standing Order 241 (Mrs Braham)........................................................................................................................... 776 Mr Mills, pursuant to Standing Order 240A, at 2.09pm, for a period of one hour on account of his refusal to withdraw words (Madam Speaker) .......................................................................... 137 MEMBERS SWORN Miller, Mrs Christina Fay 7 October 2003 (Paper 1067).............................................................. 461 Oaths and affirmations taken by Members on first sitting day after General Election..................... 2 MESSAGES FROM ADMINISTRATOR No. 01, Assent to proposed laws May - July 2001 (Paper 10) ....................................................... 13 No. 02, Assent to proposed laws, 19 October 2001 and 31 October 2001 (Paper 138) ................. 55 No. 03, Assent to proposed laws passed by the Assembly during the November 2001 sittings (Madam Speaker)..................................................................................................................... 103 No. 04 advising of Administrators assent to proposed laws passed by the Assembly during the February/March 2002 sittings (Madam Speaker) .................................................................... 115 No. 05 recommending to the Assembly a Bill for an Act to authorise the issue and expenditure of public moneys of the Territory in respect of the year ending 30 June 2003 - Supply Bill 2002/2003 (Serial 52) (Paper 324) (Madam Speaker) ............................................................. 121 No. 06, Assent to proposed laws passed by the Assembly during the May 2002 sittings (Madam Speaker)..................................................................................................................... 153 No. 07, Assent to proposed laws passed by the Assembly during the June 2002 sittings (Paper 467) (Madam Speaker) ................................................................................................. 189 No. 08, a Bill for an Act to authorise the issue and expenditure of public moneys of the Territory in respect of the year ending 30 June 2003 (Paper 479) (Madam Speaker) ............................ 196 No. 09, Assent to proposed laws passed by the Assembly during the August 2002 sittings (Paper 605 ) (Madam Speaker) ................................................................................................ 221 No. 10, Assent to proposed laws passed by the Assembly during the October 2002 sittings (Paper 717)............................................................................................................................... 273 No. 11, Assent to proposed laws passed by the Assembly during December 2002 sittings (Paper 821)............................................................................................................................... 327


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