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Minutes of Proceedings Day 1 - Tuesday 9 June 2009



Minutes of Proceedings Day 1 - Tuesday 9 June 2009

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Parliamentary Record 6


Minutes of Proceedings for 11th Assembly 2008 - 2012; ParliamentNT; Parliamentary Record; 11th Assembly 2008 - 2012




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MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS - Tuesday 9 June 2009 220 practices of the Power and Water Corporation as referenced in its Statement of Corporate Intent for 2009/2010; and (b) remaining stages of the Appropriation (Additional for 2008 2009) Bill 2009 (Serial 40) be taken as a whole. Dr Burns: To move - That, pursuant to paragraph 2 of the Order of the Assembly, dated 30 April 2009, the following Budget Papers 2009/2010 together with the Appropriation (2009-2010) Bill 2009 (Serial 41) be referred to the Estimates Committee for inquiry and report: Budget Paper No. 1 Budget Speech, 2009/2010 (Paper 300); Budget Paper No. 2 Fiscal and Economic Outlook, 2009/2010 (Paper 301); Budget Paper No. 3 The Budget, 2009/2010 (Paper 302); Budget Paper No. 4 The Infrastructure Program, 2009/2010 (Paper 303); Northern Territory Economy, 2009/2010 (Paper 307); Northern Territory Economy Overview, 2009/2010 (Paper 304); Regional Highlights, 2009/2010 (Paper 306); Budget Overview 2009/2010 (Paper 305). Mr Henderson: To present the Assembly Members and Statutory Officers (Remuneration and Other Entitlements) Amendment Bill 2009 (Serial 45). Mr Wood: To move - That, the proposed Inpex Construction Village be built on portion 2820 Hundred of Bagot instead of portions 2819 and part section 273 Hundred of Bagot, Howard Springs. Mr Wood: To move - That, the government reverse its decision to build a new prison at Weddell, and (a) build a new facility on the present site or land currently used as the Berrimah Research Station; and (b) the government look at alternative options for imprisonment for example prison farms in regional NT. Mr Wood: To move - That, the government - (a) reverse its plans to build a housing estate at the Berrimah Research Station; and (b) instead develop the land as a mixture of industrial land, research station, prison and prison farm and open space. Mr Wood: To move - That, the government invite Territory, Australian and overseas town planners and architects through a competition backed by an attractive cash prize to design a visionary tropical city at Weddell. Mr Wood: To move - That, (a) the government build an aquatic centre in the rural area - similar to one at Leanyer and the proposed one at Palmerston; and

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