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Index to Minutes of Proceedings - 18 to 20 August 1998

Details:

Title

Index to Minutes of Proceedings - 18 to 20 August 1998

Other title

Parliamentary Record 9

Collection

Indexes to Parliamentary Records for 8th Assembly 1997 - 2001; ParliamentNT; Parliamentary Record; 8th Assembly 1997 - 2001

Date

1998-08-18

Notes

Made available by the Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory

Language

English

Subject

Index; Minutes of Proceedings

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/10070/279178

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/419223

Page content

Index to Minutes - 11 August 1998 to 20 August 1998 PAPERS TABLED (cont) Review ofPublic Submissions. Holmes Jungle Nature Park Plan of Management Septenfer 1997 (Paper 605) (Mr Baldwin)................................................................................. 209 Standing Oders Committee SecondBeport, 8TH Assembly (Paper 568) (Mr Coulter).......................................................... 189 Strategy' for Waste Management and Pollution Control in the Northern Territory. A Progress Report sfeted June 1998. Department of Lands. Planning and Environment (Paper 572) (Mr Pabser).....................................................................................................................................195 Territory Etay Territory Wide. N T News Supplement dated 30 June 1998 (Paper 489) (Mrs Hickey) ............... ..........................................................................................................................................161 The Population Growth Prospects of the Darwin Region. Report by Professor Richard Blandy and Prdfessor Dean Forbes. AustralAsia Economics Study for Flinders University and the University of the Northern Territory (Paper 533) (Mr Palmer).................................................. 172 Youth Chsoter - Forum for the Future - National Youth Reconciliation Convention (Paper 8) (Mr Rioli).................................................................................................................... 211 Zero Tolerance Policing Prelimiiffly Report, Austin Asche, NT Law Reform Commissioner (Paper 563) (Mr Stone). 186 Zero ToleHBce Policing Assessment Report. Andrew Bruvn. Chairman of Directors. CrimeSappers NT Ltd (Paper 562) (Mr Stone)...........................................................................186 PETITIONS 2 km zone tew which prohibits the consumption of alcohol within two kilometres of a licensed outlet aid to employ police on foot patrols in Katherine to prevent anti-social behaviour (1062 petitioners) (Paper 495)(Mr Reed).....................................................................................160 Constitutiembe decided by the people in a referendum and not the Parliament (1854 petitioners) (Paper 578) (Mr Hatton)..................................................................................208 Constitution be decided by the people in a referendum and not the Parliament (328 petitioners) (Paper 579) (Mr Hatton)....................................................................................208 Fog Bay Road, all weather standard to enable safe travelling conditions for residents and tourists (527 petitioners) (Paper 494) (Mr McCarthy).................................................................160 REFERENDUM QUESTION Call for Members to nominate whether they are in favour of or whether they are not in favour of the question for the purpose of authorising arguments for and against the question fordistribution to electors (Madam Speaker).................................................................207 Fixing time for Members to nominate whether they are in favour or not in favour of Referendum question. Do you agree that we should become a State, for purposes of authorising arguments for and against (Mr Stone)...................................................................... 192 Resolution to be communicated to the Administrator and Chief Electoral Officer (Madam Speaker) ...........................................................................................................................................................192 Should the Territory become a State (Mr Stone).............................................................................. 190 REMONSTRANCE 1962 Senator the Honourable Margaret Reid, President of the Senate, presented the original Remonstrance by the Legislative Council to the Commonwealth Parliament in 1962 to the Legislative Assembly................................................................................................................183 SEAT ON CHAMBER FLOOR Fisher. Mr Joe. former Member of the 7th Legislative Council for the Northern Tenitory (Madam Speaker)............................................................................................................................ 183 Giese. Mr Harry, former Member of the 7th Legislative Council for the Northern Tenitory (Madam Speaker)........................................................................................................................ 183 Kilgariff. Mr Bern, former Member of the 7th Legislative Council for the Northern Tcmtory (Madam Speaker)............................................................................................................................ 183 Reid. Senator the Honourable Margaret. President of the Senate (Madam Speaker)................. 183 STATEMENTS Children and families (Paper 581) (Mr Burke)..................................................................................208 Conduct and outcomes of the Northern Tenitory Expo 98 (Paper 534) (Mr Manzie).................172 Inhalant substance abuse and petrol sniffing in the Northern Territory (Paper 493) (Mr Burke) 162 7


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