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Minutes of Proceedings Day 1 - Tuesday 16 June 2015

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Title

Minutes of Proceedings Day 1 - Tuesday 16 June 2015

Other title

Parliamentary Record 21

Collection

Minutes of Proceedings for 12th Assembly 2012 - 2016; ParliamentNT; Parliamentary Record; 12th Assembly 2012 - 2016

Date

2015-06-16

Notes

Made available by the Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory

Language

English

Subject

Minutes of Proceedings

Publisher name

Hansard Office

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/10070/268469

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/438360

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MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS Tuesday 16 June 2015 627 (b) Supports the creation of an Anti-Corruption Commission in the Northern Territory; (c) Commends the Commissioner for Police on steps taken to establish a special references unit to investigate corruption, matters with potential sensitivities, serious conflicts of interest and other complex internal measures; and (d) Notes the response of the Commissioner of Police to the Ombudsmans report. 7. Mr Wood (Member for Nelson) will move on the next General Business day - That the Assembly calls on the Government to report on: any plans it has to increase the participation rate of Cash for Containers program; any plans it has to expand the number of Cash for Container Depots in the Northern Territory; any negotiations it has had with the SA Government to expand the type of container covered by the scheme; any negotiations it has had with the NSW Government who intend to introduce a Cash for container Scheme in 2017; any negotiations with the Queensland Government who promised to introduce a Cash for Containers Scheme during the recent election; and any possible plans to widen the scope of the scheme to cover other items such as chemical containers. 8. PETITIONS Ms Purick (Member for Goyder), presented Petition No. 47 from 519 petitioners, conforming with Standing Orders praying that the eradication program is stopped and banana plants saved (Paper 1379). Petition read. 9. RESPONSES TO PETITIONS The Clerk, pursuant to Standing Order 100A, laid upon the Table Response to Petition Number 44 (Paper 1380). 10. QUESTIONS 14.03 Mr Gunner to Chief Minister 14.07 Mrs Finocchiaro to Chief Minister 14.10 Ms Fyles to Chief Minister 14.14 Mr Barrett to Chief Minister 14.17 Mr Gunner to Chief Minister 14.20 Mrs Finocchiaro to Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services 14.24 Mr Wood to Minister for Lands and Planning 14.27 Mr Kurrupuwu to Chief Minister 14.31 Ms Manison to Minister for Education 14.34 Mr Conlan to Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services 14.37 Ms Manison to Minister for Education 14.41 Mr Barrett to Minister for Housing 14.44 Ms Anderson to Chief Minister 14.48 Mrs Finocchiaro to Minister for Correctional Services 14.52 Ms Walker to Minister for Education (supplementary question) 14.57 Mr Conlan to Minister for Correctional Services Mr Elferink (Leader of Government Business) asked that further questions be placed on the Written Question Paper.


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