CONSOLIDATED INDEX TO MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS AND PAPERS TABLED, EAF SESSION

Tags: Northern Territory, Ms Martin, Shane Stone, Mr Stirling, 25 November 1997, Hon D Burke, Tim Baldwin, Mrs Maggie Hickey, Mr Dunham, Mr Stone, Ms Clare Martin, Hon Tim Baldwin, Peter Toyne, Mr Burke, Mr Peter, Mr Reed, Hon Mick Palmer, Northern Land Council
Content: Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII CONSOLIDATED INDEX TO MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS AND PAPERS TABLED EIGHTH ASSEMBLY - FIRST SESSION ----------- 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII
Index Reference Summary ­ Eighth Assembly 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001
Minutes Page 1 to 10 11 to 30 31 to 38 39 to 43 45 to 50 51 to 59 61 to 63 65 to 68 69 to 75 77 to 90 91 to 96 97 to 104 105 to 108 109 to 113 115 to 118 119 to 123 125 to 129 131 to 134 135 to 141 143 to 150 151 to 153 155 to 158 159 to 169 171 to 178 179 to 182 183 to 187 189 to 206 207 to 213 215 to 221 223 to 232 233 to 235 237 to 241 243 to 245 247 to 252 253 to 261 263 to 266 267 to 272 273 to 279 281 to 285
Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 20 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37
Date 25 November 1997 26 November 1997 27 November 1997 01 December 1997 02 December 1997 03 December 1997 04 December 1997 17 February 1998 18 February 1998 19 February 1998 24 February 1998 25 February 1998 26 February 1998 21 April 1998 22 April 1998 23 April 1998 28 April 1998 29 April 1998 30 April 1998 16 June 1998 17 June 1998 18 June 1998 11 August 1998 12 August 1998 13 August 1998 18 August 1998 19 August 1998 20 August 1998 06 October 1998 07 October 1998 08 October 1998 13 October 1998 14 October 1998 15 October 1998 24 November 1998 25 November 1998 26 November 1998 01 December 1998 02 December 1998
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Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII Index Reference Summary ­ Eighth Assembly 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001
287 to 393 395 to 404 405 to 411 413 to 418 419 to 430 431 to 434 435 to 440 441 to 447 449 to 452 453 to 458 459 to 462 463 to 465 467 to 469 471 to 477 479 to 484 485 to 491 493 to 499 501 to 505 507 to 515 516 to 521 523 to 526 527 to 530 531 to 533 535 to 539 541 to 544 545 to 547 549 to 552 553 to 557 559 to 563 565 to 571 573 to 579 581 to 588 589 to 597 599 to 603 605 to 612 613 to 618 619 to 622 623 to 625 627 to 630 631 to 644 645 to 649 651 to 653
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03 December 1998
39
16 February 1999
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17 February 1999
41
18 February 1999
42
23 February 1999
43
24 February 1999
44
25 February 1999
45
20 April 1999
46
21 April 1999
47
22 April 1999
48
27 April 1999
49
28 April 1999
50
29 April 1999
51
01 June 1999
52
02 June 1999
53
03 June 1999
54
08 June 1999
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09 June 1999
54b
10 June 1999
55
10 August 1999
56
11 August 1999
57
12 August 1999
58
17 August 1999
59
18 August 1999
60
19 August 1999
61
12 October 1999
62
13 October 1999
63
14 October 1999
64
19 October 1999
65
20 October 1999
66
21 October 1999
67
23 November 1999
68
24 November 1999
69
25 November 1999
70
22 February 2000
71
23 February 2000
72
24 February 2000
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29 February 2000
74
01 March 2000
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02 March 2000
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09 May 2000
77
10 May 2000
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Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII Index Reference Summary ­ Eighth Assembly 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001
655 to 657 659 to 664 665 to 667 669 to 692 693 to 698 699 to 707 709 to 720 721 to 725 727 to 729 731 to 741 743 to 745 747 to 749 751 to 754 755 to 756 757 ­ 759 761 ­ 766 767 ­ 772 773 ­ 781 783 ­ 785 787 ­ 797 799 ­ 802 803 ­ 809 811 ­ 820 821 ­ 826 827 ­ 833 835 - 840 841 - 845 847 ­ 850 851 - 855 857 - 861 863 - 873 875 ­ 879 881 ­ 883 885 ­ 886 887 ­ 898 899 ­ 903 905 ­ 936 937 ­ 946 947 ­ 949 951 ­ 954 955 ­ 962 963 ­ 970 971 ­ 977
78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 85a 85b 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 113a 113b 114 115 116
11 May 2000 16 May 2000 17 May 2000 18 May 2000 13 June 2000 14 June 2000 15 June 2000 20 June 2000 21 June 2000 22 June 2000 08 August 2000 09 August 2000 10 August 2000 15 August 2000 16 August 2000 17 August 2000 10 October 2000 11 October 2000 12 October 2000 17 October 2000 18 October 2000 19 October 2000 28 November 2000 29 November 2000 30 November 2000 20 February 2001 21 February 2001 22 February 2001 27 February 2001 28 February 2001 01 March 2001 29 May 2001 30 May 2001 31 May 2001 05 June 2001 06 June 2001 07 June 2001 26 June 2001 27 June 2001 28 June 2001 3 July 2001 4 July 2001 5 July 2001
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Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII CONTENTS
ADDRESS BY ADMINISTRATOR ADDRESS BY FEDERAL MINISTER FOR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT, TERRITORIES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADDRESS BY SENATOR THE HONOURABLE MARGARET REID, PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE ADDRESS-IN-REPLY ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS ADMINISTRATOR'S SPEECH ATTENDANCE OF ADMINISTRATOR ATTENDANCE OF DEPUTY
Page 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2
BILLS
2 ­ 11
CENSURE COMMISSION OF DEPUTY TO DECLARE OPEN EIGHTH ASSEMBLY COMMISSION TO ADMINISTER OATHS AND AFFIRMATIONS COMMONWEALTH DAY MESSAGE CONDOLENCES
12 12 13 13 13 - 14
DISCHARGE OF GOVERNMENT BUSINESS DISSENT FROM RULING OF SPEAKER DISTINGUISHED VISITORS
14 14 14 ­ 17
ELECTION OF SPEAKER
17
GENERAL BUSINESS DAY
17
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
17 - 18
MATTERS OF PUBLIC IMPORTANCE MEMBER SUSPENDED MEMBER SWORN MESSAGES FROM ADMINISTRATOR MOTIONS (Procedural) MOTIONS (Substantive)
18 - 19 19 19 19 - 21 21 ­27 27 ­ 43
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Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII CONTENTS NOTICE TO DECLARE OPEN THE EIGHTH ASSEMBLY PAPERS TABLED PERSONAL EXPLANATIONS PETITIONS PRESENTATION OF SPEAKER TO ADMINISTRATOR PRESENTATION OF SPEAKER TO ADMINISTRATOR ­ REPORT PRIVILEGE REFERENDUM QUESTION REMONSTRANCE 1962 RESIGNATIONS OF MEMBERS RETURN TO ORDER RETURNS TO WRITS RULINGS OF SPEAKER SEAT ON CHAMBER FLOOR SPEAKER'S DECISIONS STATEMENTS VISITORS WANT OF CONFIDENCE WARRANT WRIT
43 43 - 129 130 130 ­ 135 136 136 136 136 136 136 136 137 137 137 137 137 145 145 - 149 149 150 150
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Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII
EIGHTH ASSEMBLY - FIRST SESSION
From 25 November 1997
To 05 July 2001
Volume LII LIII LIV LV LVI LVII LVIII LIX LX LXI LXII
Date 25 Nov 1997 ­ 26 Feb 1998 21 Apr 1998 ­ 18 June 1998 11 Aug 1998 ­ 15 Oct 1998 24 Nov 1998 - 25 Feb 1999 20 Apr 1999 - 10 June 1999 10 Aug 1999 ­ 21 Oct 1999 23 Nov 1999 ­ 02 Mar 2000 09 May 2000 ­ 22 Jun 2000 08 Aug 2000 ­ 19 Oct 2000 28 Nov 2000 ­ 01 Mar 2001 29 March 2001 ­ 05 July 2001
Bold No. 123=Passed Bill Italic & Bold No. 123=Discharged Bill Italic No. 123=Negatived Bill
Pages 1 ­ 977 Minute Page 1 ­ 108 109 ­ 158 159 ­ 252 253 ­ 440 441 ­ 515 516 ­ 579 581 ­ 644 645 ­ 741 743 ­ 809 811 - 873 875 - 977
ADDRESS BY ADMINISTRATOR (Paper 7).........................................................6 ADDRESS BY FEDERAL MINISTER FOR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT, TERRITORIES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT Statehood developments for the Northern Territory, 11 August 1998 ................160 ADDRESS BY SENATOR THE HONOURABLE MARGARET REID, PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE......................................................................183 ADDRESS-IN-REPLY ................................................................9, 26, 28, 35, 42, 49 Presentation to His Honour the Administrator (Madam Speaker).......46, 49, 51, 55 ADMINISTRATIVE AND MINISTERIAL ARRANGEMENTS Honourable P Adamson gained portfolio of Minister for Aboriginal Development (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................811 ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS Appointment of chief minister (Mr Burke), 9 February 1999............................397 Appointment of Chief Minister (Mr Stone) as Minister for Tourism, 30 January 1998 (Mr Coulter) ..............................................................................................66
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Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS (cont) Appointment of Leader of Government Business (Mr Palmer), confirmatory letter from Chief Minister to Speaker with effective from 19 July 1999, notified at 10 August 1999 sitting (Mr Burke).......................................................................518 Government..............................................................................................................6 Honourable Dr R Lim, appointed Minister for Local Governemnt, Minister for Housing, and Minister for Central Australia (Mr Burke) ................................811 Ministerial changes to the appointment of Minister of the Northern Territory with effect from 31 January 2000 (Mr Burke).........................................................607 Ministries abolished 19 October 1998 Asian Relations, Trade and Industry, and Racing and Gaming.......................254 Ministries created 19 October 1998 Asian Relations and Trade, Industries and Small Business, Racing, and Corporate and Information Services ............................................................254 Ministries created 4 August 1999 (Mr Burke).....................................................517 Ministries created 9 February 1999 .....................................................................397 Opposition................................................................................................................8 Opposition Office Holders, appointment of Mr Stirling as Shadow Minister for Employment (Ms Martin) ................................................................................442 Opposition Office Holders, Shadow Ministers and Leader of the Opposition (Ms Martin)......................................................................................................398 Opposition portfolio responsibilities, effective 16 March 2000 (Ms Martin) .....659 Opposition Shadow Ministers and Office Holders effective 10 August 1999 (Ms Martin) .............................................................................................................518 Opposition, Member for Fannie Bay (Ms Martin) ­ Added responsibility of Opposition Whip, Member for Nhulunbuy (Mr Stirling) ­ Spokesperson for Correctional Services, Leader of the Opposition (Mrs Hickey) ­ Added responsibilities of spokesperson for matters pertaining to ­ Attorney-General ..........................................................................................................................161 ADMINISTRATOR'S SPEECH ..............................................................................9 ATTENDANCE OF ADMINISTRATOR ...............................................................6 ATTENDANCE OF DEPUTY..................................................................................2 BILLS Administrators Pensions Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 57)................115, 122, 194 Administrators Pensions Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 203)..............589, 601, 602 Advance Bank Integration Bill 1997 (Serial 33) .....................................45, 56, 102 Agents Licensing Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 25).................................39, 48, 95 Animal Welfare Bill 1999 (Serial 168)................................................535, 544, 568 Anti-Discrimination Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 164) ....................471, 474, 488 Appropriation (Adelaide to Darwin Railway) Bill 2000 (Serial 251) .........718, 745 Appropriation (Flood Relief) Bill 1998 (Serial 50) .......................................73, 102 Appropriation Bill 1998-99 (Serial 68) ...............126, 132, 140, 146, 151, 155, 157 Appropriation Bill 1999/2000 (Serial 154)..........460, 464, 467, 494, 501, 507, 508 2
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII BILLS (cont) Appropriation Bill 2000/2001 (Serial 233)..................661, 666, 722, 727, 731, 733 Appropriation Bill 2001 - 2002 (Serial 308) ...............................................882, 886 Appropriation Bill 2001 ­ 2002 (Serial 308).......................................................947 Appropriation Bill 2001 ­ 2002 (Serial 308).......................................................951 Appropriation Bill 2001 ­ 2002 (Serial 308).......................................................953 AustralAsia Railway (Special Provisions) Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2000 (Serial 281).......................................................................................788, 800, 805 AustralAsia Railway (Special Provisions) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 238).665, 673, 733, 740 AustralAsia Railway (Special Provisions) Bill 1999 (Serial 209).......582, 592, 601 AustralAsia Railway (Third Party Access) Bill 1999 (Serial 148)......431, 436, 446 AustralAsia Railway Corporation Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2000 (Serial 282) .788, 800, 805 AustralAsia Railway Corporation Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 5) .........12, 34, 80 AustralAsia Railway Corporation Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 239) ......665, 673, 733, 740 AustralAsia Railway Corporation Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 295) ......852, 859, 866 Ayers Rock Resort (Sale) Bill 1997 (Serial 1) ......................................9, 28, 36, 37 Bail Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 15) ......................................................31, 41, 74 Bail Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 139) ..............................................407, 416, 457 Bail Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 321) ..............................................882, 890, 969 Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education Bill 1999 (Serial 152) ....449, 457, 473 Building Societies Act Repeal Bill 1998 (Serial 45) ...............................69, 79, 112 Business Franchise Act (Suspension of Operation) Bill 1998 (Serial 113)243, 249, 284 Caravan Parks Act Repeal Bill 2000 (Serial 277) ...............................788, 801, 824 Cemeteries Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 177)...................................546, 554, 588 Cemeteries Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 278)...........................................805, 824 Commercial and Private Agents Licensing Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 257)752, 756, 784 Commercial Passenger (Road) Transport Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 107) ..243, 250, 258, 259 Commercial Passenger (Road) Transport Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 208) ..582, 592, 621 Community Welfare Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 147)....................420, 432, 437 Companies (Trustees and Personal Representatives) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 290).......................................................................................836, 849, 890 Compensation (Fatal Injuries) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 292).....836, 849, 897 Competition Policy Reform (Northern Territory) Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 173).......................................................................................531, 536, 554 Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 273) ...770, 780, 845 Coroners Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 32) ..............................................45, 55, 95 3
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII BILLS (cont) Corporations (Northern Territory Request) Bill 2001 (Serial 331) .....887, 900, 940 Corporations (Northern Territory) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 332) .....887, 900, 940 Corporations Reform (Consequential Amendments NT) Bill 2001 (Serial 334)887, 900, 940 Corporations Reform (Northern Territory) Bill 2001 (Serial 333)......887, 900, 940 Court Security Bill 1998 (Serial 42) ......................................................97, 106, 112 Crimes (Victims Assistance) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 136).......273, 284, 437 Crimes at Sea Bill 2000 (Serial 267) ...................................................767, 780, 815 Criminal Code (Euthanasia) Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 11)............................51 Criminal Code (Euthanasia) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 11)....................73, 168 Criminal Code Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 120).................244, 250, 271 Criminal Code Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2001 (Serial 338).........................955, 967 Criminal Code Amendment Bill (No. 3) 1998 (Serial 122).................254, 264, 402 Criminal Code Amendment Bill (No. 4) 1998 (Serial 123).................254, 264, 416 Criminal Code Amendment Bill (No. 5) 1998 (Serial 133).................273, 283, 672 Criminal Code Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 91) ...............................183, 192, 234 Criminal Code Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 202) .............................582, 592, 611 Criminal Code Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 327) .............................887, 901, 975 Criminal Records (Spent Convictions) Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 6) .11, 34, 73 Crown Lands Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 250) ...............................694, 706, 763 Cullen Bay Marina Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 98) ........................183, 192, 221 Dangerous Goods Bill 1997 (Serial 28)...................................................12, 35, 102 Darwin Port Authority Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 93)...........186, 193, 229, 230 Debits Tax Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 314) ...................................885, 889, 973 Director of Public Prosecutions Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 179) ..546, 551, 629 Domestic Violence Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 106) ......................243, 248, 284 Domestic Violence Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 158) ......................479, 488, 529 Domestic Violence Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 178) ......................546, 551, 629 Domestic Violence Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 320) ......................882, 890, 969 Education Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2000 (Serial 252) ........................747, 753, 785 Education Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 54).........................................97, 107, 220 Education Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 224).....................................623, 628, 706 Electricity Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 159) ....................................479, 487, 525 Electricity Networks (Third Party Access) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 313) 887, 902, 974 Electricity Networks (Third Party Access) Bill 1999 (Serial 212)......589, 601, 633 Electricity Reform Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 310).......................887, 902, 974 Electricity Reform Bill 1999 (Serial 210)............................................589, 601, 633 Electronic Transactions (Northern Territory) Bill 2000 (Serial 269) ..783, 789, 829 Energy Pipelines Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 89)....................171, 180, 196, 205 Energy Pipelines Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 245)..........................700, 712, 748 Energy Resources Consumption Levy (Waiver of Levy) Bill 1998 (Serial 95).189, 209, 230 Evidence Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 138)......................................419, 432, 451 4
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII BILLS (cont) Evidence Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 306)......................................876, 889, 975 Family Provision Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 263) .........................757, 762, 806 financial institutions (NT) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 44)................69, 79, 112 Financial Management Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 175) ................535, 543, 577 Financial Management Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 319) ................878, 900, 907 Financial Relations Agreement (Consequential Provisions) Bill 2000 (Serial 228) ..........................................................................................................664, 672, 714 financial sector Reform (Northern Territory) Bill 1999 (Serial 161).471, 474, 488 Fines and Penalties (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2000 (Serial 288)..812, 829 Fines and Penalties Bill 2000 (Serial 287)...................................................812, 829 Firearms Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2000 (Serial 272) ..........................767, 780, 823 Firearms Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 253).......................................743, 748, 753 First Home Owner Grant Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 318).............887, 903, 973 First Home Owner Grant Bill 2000 (Serial 229) .................................664, 672, 714 Fisheries Amendment Act 1997 Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 19)..........39, 48, 80 Fisheries Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 226) ......................................623, 632, 656 Fisheries Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 289) ......................................847, 854, 961 Freedom of Information Bill 1998 (Serial 14).........................................11, 70, 166 Freedom of Information Bill 1999 (Serial 121)...................................263, 408, 484 Fuel Subsidies Bill 1998 (Serial 114) ..................................................243, 249, 284 Gaming Control Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 70).............................125, 132, 139 Gaming Control Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 184)...........................549, 554, 593 Gaming Machine Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 185).........................549, 554, 593 Gaming Machine Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 286).........................821, 829, 866 Gaming Machine Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 296).................858, 866, 908, 935 Gas Pipelines Access (Northern Territory) Bill 1998 (Serial 66)........116, 122, 129 Hawkers Act Repeal Bill 2000 (Serial 279) ........................................788, 801, 824 Health and Community Services Complaints Bill 1997 (Serial 38) ..........51, 62, 80 Health Practitioners and Allied Professionals Registration Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 227).......................................................................................665, 674, 707 Heritage Conservation Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 40)...................51, 62, 81, 90 Housing Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 49) .............................................69, 80, 117 Housing Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 270) .......................................767, 781, 824 Independent Electoral Commission Bill 1998 (Serial 12) .......................11, 70, 167 Instruments Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 2)............................................12, 35, 74 International Transfer of Prisoners (Northern Territory) Bill 2000 (Serial 232)651, 656, 698 Interpretation Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 17) .......................................39, 48, 94 Interpretation Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 125) ...............................257, 265, 402 Interpretation Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 157) ...............................479, 488, 544 Juries Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1997 (Serial 8).........................................11, 34, 73 Justices Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 127)............................254, 264, 416 Justices Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 16) ................................................33, 41, 74 Justices Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 78) ..........................................160, 172, 196 Justices Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 219) ........................................623, 624, 633 5
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII BILLS (cont) Justices Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 303) ........................................876, 888, 970 Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1997 (Serial 29) .............31, 40, 103, 104 Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 118) ...............243, 250, 271 Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill (No. 3) 1998 (Serial 134) ...............273, 283, 672 Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill (No. 4) 1998 (Serial 135) ...............273, 284, 437 Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 4) .....................................12, 34, 73 Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 115) ...........................238, 244, 250 Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 163) ...........................471, 474, 490 Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 220) ...........................623, 624, 633 Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 323) ...........................899, 906, 961 Kava Management Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1999 (Serial 206)..........582, 592, 602 Kava Management Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 186) ......................549, 554, 593 Kava Management Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 283) ......................799, 805, 830 Kava Management Bill 1998 (Serial 64) .............................................110, 117, 128 Land Title (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2000 (Serial 248)........694, 706, 763 Land Title Bill 1999 (Serial 201).........................................................565, 576, 615 Landlord and Tenant (Rental Bonds) Bill 1998 (Serial 82).................160, 225, 410 Lands Acquisition Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 83).....171, 180, 196, 205 Lands Acquisition Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 75) .........................133, 136, 140 Lands and Mining (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill (No. 2) 1999 (Serial 165) ..................................................................................................485, 494, 508, 514 Lands and Mining (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 1998 (Serial 109) ..243, 249, 289, 367 Lands and Mining (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 1999 (Serial 141) ..401, 411, 416 Lands and Mining Tribunal Bill 1998 (Serial 84) .......................171, 180, 196, 205 Law of Property (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2000 (Serial 249) .....694, 706, 763 Law of Property Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 264)...........................757, 762, 806 Law of Property Bill 1999 (Serial 200) ...............................................565, 576, 615 Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2001 (Serial 328).......................................................................................887, 901, 975 Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 291)...836, 849, 897 Legal Aid Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 79).......................................171, 179, 234 Legal Aid Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 176).....................................565, 576, 583 Legal Practitioners (Queens Counsel) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 21)......11, 70, 167 Legal Practitioners Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 151) ......................449, 457, 491 Legal Practitioners Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 242) ......................659, 672, 712 Legislative Assembly (Powers and Privileges) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 230) ..................................................................................................................646, 652 Legislative Assembly (Security) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 231) .........646, 652 6
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII BILLS (cont) Legislative Assembly (Security) Bill 1998 (Serial 72)........................125, 133, 173 Legislative Assembly Members' Superannuation Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 137).......................................................................................283, 289, 417 Legislative Assembly Members' Superannuation Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 58).........................................................................................115, 122, 194 Legislative Assembly Members' Superannuation Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 204).......................................................................................589, 601, 602 Licensed Surveyors Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 293) .....................852, 860, 897 Liquor Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 187)..........................................549, 554, 593 Local Court Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 77)....................................160, 172, 196 Local Court Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 329)..........................................955, 967 Local Government (Katherine Rates) Bill 1999 (Serial 149) ..............442, 450, 461 Local Government Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2001 (Serial 339) ..................963, 972 Local Government Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 207).......................589, 601, 621 Local Government Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 294).......................837, 845, 966 Magistrates Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 76) .......................171, 179, 648 Magistrates Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 31) ..........................................45, 55, 75 Magistrates Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 48) ......................................97, 106, 112 Mandatory Sentencing Repeal Bill 2000 (Serial 216) .........................608, 628, 703 Marine Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 259) .........................................752, 756, 801 Marine Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 298) .........................................858, 865, 903 Marine Pollution Bill 1999 (Serial 167) ..............................................524, 528, 557 Mental Health and Related Services (Consequential Amendments) Bill 1998 (Serial 129).......................................................................................263, 270, 433 Mental Health and Related Services Bill 1997 (Serial 39)......................54, 62, 194 Mental Health and Related Services Bill 1998 (Serial 80)..................171, 180, 210 Merlin Project Agreement Ratification Bill 1998 (Serial 116)............243, 250, 266 Mine Management Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 53) ..........................97, 106, 112 Mine Management Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 225) ......................623, 628, 704 Mineral Royalty Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 96) ............................189, 209, 230 Mining Amendment Bill (No 2) 1997 (Serial 24) ...................................31, 42, 107 Mining Amendment Bill (No. 3) 1998 (Serial 110) ............................243, 250, 266 Mining Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 85) ...................................171, 180, 196, 205 Mining Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 191) .................................................567, 593 Mining Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 243) .................................665, 673, 696, 697 Mining Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 302) .........................................858, 865, 957 Mining Management (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2001 (Serial 340) ......963, 972, 976 Mining Management Bill 2001 (Serial 301)........................................858, 865, 957 Miscellaneous (Interpretation Act and Penalties Act) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 237).......................................................................................665, 673, 696 Misuse of Drugs Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 145) ..........................413, 420, 450 Misuse of Drugs Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 266) ..........................783, 789, 815 Motor Accidents (Compensation) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 73) .125, 132, 139 7
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII BILLS (cont) Motor Accidents (Compensation) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 221) ......651, 656, 707 Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 22)..............................31, 41, 93, 94 Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 101)....................217, 228, 277, 278 Museums and Art Galleries Bill 1999 (Serial 140) .............................407, 416, 447 New Tax System Price Exploitation Code (Northern Territory) Bill 1999 (Serial 172).......................................................................................531, 536, 554 Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 181)565, 577, 601 Northern Territory Electoral Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 26) .............11, 70, 167 Northern Territory Employment and Training Authority (Consequential Amendments) Bill 1999 (Serial 193)...............................................559, 566, 596 Northern Territory Employment and Training Authority Bill 1999 (Serial 192) ..........................................................................................................559, 566, 596 Northern Territory Licensing Commission Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 297) 858, 866, 908, 935 Northern Territory Licensing Commission Bill 1999 (Serial 183)......549, 554, 593 Northern Territory Rail Safety Bill 1998 (Serial 130).........................263, 270, 283 Northern Territory Tourist Commission Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 97) ......183, 192, 220 Northern Territory Tourist Commission Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 256) ....757, 763, 801 Northern Territory Treasury Corporation Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 46) 69, 79, 112 Notifiable Diseases Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 99)........................217, 228, 271 NT TAB Bill 1999 (Serial 195) ...........................................................................567 Nursing Bill 1998 (Serial 128).....................................................263, 270, 421, 430 Oaths Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 255) ...........................................747, 753, 771 Off-shore Waters (Application of Territory Laws) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 268).......................................................................................767, 780, 815 Parks and Wildlife Commission Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 180)..565, 576, 592 Pastoral Land Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 37).............................................45, 56 Pastoral Land Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 108)...............................238, 245, 277 Pay-roll Tax Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 156).................................463, 467, 473 Pay-roll Tax Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 235).................................664, 672, 714 Pay-roll Tax Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 315).................................878, 889, 973 Penalties Bill 1998 (Serial 124) ...........................................................254, 265, 402 Petroleum (Submerged Lands) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 87).....171, 180, 196, 205 Petroleum Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2000 (Serial 246)........................700, 712, 748 Petroleum Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 86) ..............................171, 180, 196, 205 Petroleum Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 244) ............................665, 673, 696, 697 Planning (Consequential Amendments) Bill 1999 (Serial 199) ..........565, 576, 587 Planning Bill 1999 (Serial 198) ...........................................................565, 576, 583 Police Administration Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 117) .....243, 250, 271 8
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII BILLS (cont) Police Administration Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 20)..........................11, 34, 49 Police Administration Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 65)....................110, 117, 128 Police Administration Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 271)..........767, 780, 806, 808 Power and Water Authority Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1999 (Serial 213)...589, 601, 633 Power and Water Authority Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 63) ..........110, 116, 128 Power and Water Authority Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 160) ........479, 488, 532 Prisons (Correctional Services) Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2000 (Serial 274) .....788, 800, 808 Prisons (Correctional Services) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 119)...243, 250, 271 Prisons (Correctional Services) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 71).....125, 133, 172 Prisons (Correctional Services) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 215)...608, 614, 663 Prisons (Correctional Services) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 336)...899, 907, 961 Private Security Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 188) ...........................549, 554, 593 Prostitution Regulation Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 276) ...............799, 805, 824 Public Order and Anti-social Conduct Bill 2001 (Serial 335).....899, 907, 968, 969 Public sector employment and Management Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 69) ..................................................................................................125, 133, 194, 195 Public Trustee Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 94)................................183, 192, 260 Public Trustee Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 265)..............................757, 762, 806 Racing and Betting Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1999 (Serial 197) 559, 567, 674, 689, 691 Racing and Betting Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 90)........................184, 193, 220 Racing and Betting Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 194)......................559, 567, 593 Racing and Gaming Authority Act Repeal Bill 1999 (Serial 190) ......549, 554, 593 Radiation (Safety Control) Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 146) ..........431, 436, 451 Real Property (Unit Titles) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 62)............115, 122, 127 Real Property (Unit Titles) Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 144)..........413, 420, 457 Real Property Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 142)...............................413, 420, 457 Referendums Bill 1998 (Serial 74) ..............................................131, 138, 174, 178 Registration of Teachers Bill 2000 (Serial 223) ..................................623, 628, 705 Residential Tenancies (Consequential Amendments) Bill 1999 (Serial 170) ....535, 543, 555 Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 325) .................899, 907, 961 Residential Tenancies Bill 1998 (Serial 81) ........................................160, 225, 410 Residential Tenancies Bill 1999 (Serial 169) ......................................535, 543, 555 Retail Tenancies Bill 2000 (Serial 218)...............................................623, 628, 704 Revenue Units Bill 2000 (Serial 214)..................................................623, 632, 648 Road Safety Council Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 103) ...................217, 228, 279 Sale of Goods Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 182) ..............................549, 554, 583 Sale of NT TAB Bill 1999 (Serial 195) ...............................................559, 674, 691 Sea-Carriage Documents Bill 1997 (Serial 9) ...........................................31, 41, 74 Sentencing Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 126) ......................257, 265, 402 Sentencing Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2001 (Serial 322) ......................887, 901, 975 9
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII BILLS (cont) Sentencing Amendment Bill (No. 3) 1998 (Serial 132) ......................273, 283, 672 Sentencing Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 30) .................................31, 40, 103, 104 Sentencing Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 105) ...................................243, 249, 284 Sentencing Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 162) ...................................471, 474, 490 Sentencing Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 304) ...................................885, 890, 974 Sentencing of Juveniles (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2000 (Serial 234)......659, 662, 674 Sexual Offences (Evidence and Procedure) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 307) ..........................................................................................................876, 889, 975 Small Claims Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 330) .......................................955, 967 Stamp Duty Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 35)................................45, 56, 102, 103 Stamp Duty Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 92)............................189, 209, 230, 537 Stamp Duty Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 166)..................................517, 525, 547 Stamp Duty Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 240)..................................664, 672, 714 Stamp Duty Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 316)..................................885, 889, 973 Status of Palmerston Bill 2000 (Serial 261) ........................................757, 763, 771 Statute Law Revision (No. 2) Bill 2000 (Serial 285) ..........................................839 Statute Law Revision Bill (No. 2) 1999 (Serial 171) ..........................531, 536, 568 Statute Law Revision Bill (No. 2) 2000 (Serial 285) ..................................812, 823 Statute Law Revision Bill 1997 (Serial 27) ...............................................39, 48, 74 Statute Law Revision Bill 1998 (Serial 112) .......................................243, 249, 259 Statute Law Revision Bill 1999 (Serial 155) .......................................454, 461, 491 Statute Law Revision Bill 2000 (Serial 217) .......................................619, 624, 662 Statute Law Revision Bill 2001 (Serial 337) ...............................................963, 972 Stock (Artificial Breeding) Act Repeal Bill 1998 (Serial 102) ...........217, 228, 277 Stock Diseases Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 153).............................454, 461, 491 Summary Offences Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 56)........................110, 116, 210 Summary Offences Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 309)......................887, 902, 975 Superannuation Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 60)..............................115, 122, 194 Superannuation Guarantee (Safety Net) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 61) ......115, 122, 194 Supreme Court (Judges Pensions) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 59).115, 122, 194 Supreme Court (Judges Pensions) Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 205)......589, 601, 602 Surveillance Devices Bill 2000 (Serial 254)........................................755, 758, 806 Taxation (Administration) Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 36).........45, 56, 102, 103 Taxation (Administration) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 131)...........281, 289, 421 Taxation (Administration) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 241)...........664, 672, 714 Taxation (Administration) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 317)...........885, 889, 973 Telecommunications (Interception) Northern Territory Bill 2001 (Serial 326) .887, 902, 972 Territory Insurance Office (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 1998 (Serial 52) .91, 98, 122 Territory Insurance Office Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 47).................91, 99, 123 10
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII BILLS (cont) Territory Insurance Office Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 275)...........799, 805, 819 Territory Parks and wildlife conservation Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 34) ....45, 55, 67 Territory Parks and Wildlife Conservation Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 260) 755, 758, 789, 797 Totalisator Licensing and Regulation Bill 1999 (Serial 196) .....559, 567, 674, 675, 691 Traffic Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 23)............................................31, 41, 93, 94 Traffic Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 100)..................................217, 228, 277, 278 Trans­Tasman Mutual Recognition Bill 1998 (Serial 104).................217, 227, 289 Trespass Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 258).......................................757, 762, 806 Unclaimed Superannuation Benefits Bill 1998 (Serial 51) ...........................98, 123 Unit Titles (Consequential Amendments ­ Building Developments) Bill 2001 (Serial 300).......................................................................................859, 865, 890 Unit Titles Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 3)..............................................12, 35, 94 Unit Titles Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 143)....................................413, 420, 457 Unit Titles Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 299)....................................858, 865, 890 Utilities Commission Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 311)...................887, 902, 974 Utilities Commission Bill 1999 (Serial 211) .......................................589, 601, 633 Validation of Titles and Actions Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 88) ..171, 180, 196, 205 Veterinarians Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 174) ...............................531, 536, 556 Waste Management and Pollution Control (Consequential Amendments) Bill 1998 (Serial 43)....................................................................................69, 80, 195 Waste Management and Pollution Control Bill 1998 (Serial 41) ............69, 80, 195 Water Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 55) .....................................................122, 173 Water Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 222) ...........................................623, 632, 653 Water Supply and Sewerage Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 18) .............31, 42, 107 Water Supply and Sewerage Services Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 312)887, 902, 974 Water Supply and Sewerage Services Bill 2000 (Serial 280) .............799, 804, 815 Weapons Control Bill 2001 (Serial 324) .............................................887, 902, 972 Weeds Management Bill 2000 (Serial 284).........................................812, 823, 839 Wills Bill 2000 (Serial 262).................................................................757, 762, 806 Work Health Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2000 (Serial 247) ...................700, 712, 748 Work Health Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 7) ..................................12, 35, 99, 101 Work Health Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 67) ..................................125, 133, 173 Work Health Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 189) ................................549, 554, 593 Work Health Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 236) ................................665, 673, 718 Work Health Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 305) ................................887, 903, 908 Workmen's Liens Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 341) ................................955, 964 Year 2000 Information Disclosure Bill 1999 (Serial 150) ..................442, 450, 462 11
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII CENSURE Chief Minister (Mr Burke) for lack of his progress towards Statehood ­ Negatived (Ms Martin)......................................................................................................485 Chief Minister (Mr Burke) for misleading the Assembly over his role in the administration of the remuneration, allowances and emoluments payable to Judges and Magistrates (Mr Stirling)...............................................................669 Chief Minister (Mr Burke) Re Corrupt Judicial System (Ms Martin).................613 Chief Minister (Mr Burke) re taxpayer funded voter opinion research (Mr Stirling) ..........................................................................................................................454 Chief Minister (Mr Stone) re Statehood Referendum result (Mrs Hickey).........217 Chief Minister (Mr Stone) re taxpayer funded voter research (Mrs Hickey) ......274 Chief Minister (Mr Stone) re taxpayer funded voter research (Paper 776) (Mrs Hickey)....................................................................................................268 Chief Minister and Treasurer for purchase of Darwin to Katherine Electricity Transmission Line for $100m (Mr Stirling) - Negatived ................................812 Chief Minister re giving untrue information about the GST package (Mrs Hickey) ..........................................................................................................................184 Chief Minister re mandatory sentencing (Ms Martin) .........................................608 Chief Minister re Privatisation of Community Assets, hospitals and PAWA (Mrs Hickey)....................................................................................................255 Deputy Chief Minister (Mr Reed) for lying to the people of Yulara and Parap, and lying about the purchase of X-rated pornographic material (Paper 150) (Mr Bailey).........................................................................................................51 Minister for Essential Services (Mr Poole) re power outages in the Wanguri and Tiwi (Mrs Hickey) .............................................................................................78 Minister for Health (Mr Dunham) for the crisis at the Royal Darwin Hospital accident and emergency unit (Mr Henderson).................................................560 Minister for Health, Family and Children's (Mr Dunham) re Services relating to the Tracy Aged Care facility (Paper 2520) (Mr Henderson) ...........................938 Minister for Health, Family and Children's Services (Mr Dunham) for his failure to provide a renal dialysis service in Tennant Creek (Mrs Hickey) ................852 Minister for Lands, Planning and Environment (Mr Palmer) re heritage responsibilities, Old Alice Springs Gaol (Paper 62) (Mr Toyne) ......................32 Minister for Local Government - Closure of the Yulara Town Council (Paper 56) (Mr Bailey).........................................................................................................26 Minister for School Education (Mr Adamson) for breaching contractual arrangements with the Federal Government in managing funds for Aboriginal education (Mr Toyne)......................................................................................573 Ministers for Primary Industry and Fisheries (Mr Palmer) and Lands, Planning and Environment (Mr Baldwin) re King Ash Bay Fishing Club planning issues (Mrs Hickey)....................................................................................................710 COMMISSION OF DEPUTY TO DECLARE OPEN EIGHTH ASSEMBLY The Honourable Minna Lydia Ruth Sitzler (Paper 2)..............................................2 12
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII COMMISSION TO ADMINISTER OATHS AND AFFIRMATIONS Deputy (Paper 3) ......................................................................................................3 Speaker (Mr T R McCarthy) (Paper 891) ............................................................396 Speaker (Mrs L Braham) (Paper 5)..........................................................................5 COMMONWEALTH DAY MESSAGE Message 1999, dated 8 March 1999 (Mr McCarthy)...........................................445 CONDOLENCES Berlowitz, Mrs Linda Marion, former Member for Fannie Bay in the Legislative Council from 11 January 1960 to 8 December 1962, and first female Member of the Northern Territory Parliament (Madam Speaker) .................................160 Dean, Mr Roger Levinge, CBE, deceased 7 January 1998....................................65 Dodd, Mr Les, an Official Member of the First and Second Legislative Councils (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................471 Flynn, Rev Dr Francis Stanislaus (Frank), MSC, AC., passed away Saturday 29 July 2000 (Mr Speaker) ...................................................................................743 Giese, Mr Harry, AM MBE, Official Member of the Legislative Council from October 1954 until April 1973 (Mr Burke) .....................................................607 Gurd, Dr Charles K.St.J C.M.G O.B.E, former member of the Legislative Council, deceased 26 February 1999 (Mr Burke)............................................441 Honourable Roger Bede Nott, former Administrator of the Northern Territory (Mr Speaker) ....................................................................................................770 Huitson, Sergeant Glen, deceased Tuesday 3 August 1999 (Mr Burke) .............517 Katherine/Daly River Region Floods (Mr Reed)...................................................65 McHenry, Mr Raymond William, an Official Member of the Legislative Council from 1973 until 1974 and who served the Territory with distinction as a senior administrator in many roles from 1972 to 1990 (Mr Burke) ...........................619 McKay, Very Rev James Frederick, AC CMG OBE MA BD Hon LLD, passed away on Friday 31 March 2000 .......................................................................645 Muirhead, Honourable James Henry, AC QC, former Administrator of the Northern Territory from 1989 to 1992, deceased Tuesday 20 July 1999 (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................516 Vale, Honourable Roger William Stanley, former member 1974 to 1994, Speaker of the Assembly 1986 to 1989; and Minister 1989 to 1992.............................881 Perkins, Dr Kumantjayi, AO, passed away 18 October 2000 (Mr Speaker) .......803 Purich, Phil, former Member of the Legislative Council, deceased 9 September 1999 (Mr Burke) ..............................................................................................545 Sir Donald Bradman AC, passed away on Sunday 25 February 2001 (Mr Burke) ..........................................................................................................................851 Thompson, Mr Deric Robert Mannering, first Clerk of the Legislative Council from 13 February 1948 and until 31 December 1959, died 27 October 2000 (Mr Reed) ................................................................................................................821 13
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII CONDOLENCES (cont) Thompson, Mr Frederick Keith Mannering, former Clerk of the Legislative Assembly from 1977 to 1982, passed away on 2 March 2000 ........................646 Vale, Roger William Stanley, the Honourable, former Speaker and Member of Assembly, passed away 10 April 2001 (Mr Speaker)......................................875 William (Bill) James McLaren, AM Commissioner of the Northern Territory Police from 1967 to October 1978 (Mr Burke) (Paper 1861)..........................694 DISCHARGE OF GOVERNMENT BUSINESS No. 15 relating to debate Statement ­ Power and Water Authority - Wanguri/Tiwi Power Disruptions (Mr Coulter) ......................................................................220 No. 16 relating to the second reading debate on the Education Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 54) (Mr Coulter) ..........................................................................220 No. 5 relating to Draft Bills, Residential Tenancies Bill 1999 and Residential Tenancies(Consequential Amendments) Bill 1999 (Mr Palmer).....................528 DISSENT FROM RULING OF SPEAKER Decision of the Chair on the voices in the affirmative (Mr Stirling).....................82 re use by Mr Stirling of unparliamentary language, offensive words used against a group (also see statement issued 26 November 98) ­ Motion agreed to .........289 DISTINGUISHED VISITORS American Council of Young Political Leaders representing both the Democratic and Republican political parties led by Ms Trisha Rigg and Ms Rosemary OReilly-Martinez from the Australian Political Exchange Council (Madam Speaker).............................................................................................273 Vale, Mrs Irene, daughters Katie and Mandy......................................................881 Arena, Hon Franca, MLC, Member for the Legislative Council, New South Wales (Mrs Braham).....................................................................................................77 Ballantyne, Mr Milton, former Member for Nhulunbuy .....................................559 Brechtefield, Mr Natan, Clerk of the Parliament of Kiribati ­ Maneaba Ni Maungatabu (Madam Speaker)........................................................................273 Calder, Mr Sam, former Member for the Northern Territory ..............................160 Campbell, Senator the Honourable Ian, Parliamentary Secretary to the Federal Treasurer (Madam Speaker) ............................................................................184 Conn, Dr Neil, AO, His Honour the Administrator and Mrs Conn .....................396 Conn, Dr Neil, former Administrator of the Northern Territory and Mrs Lesley Conn .................................................................................................................964 Crossin, Ms Patricia newly chosen Senator for the Northern Territory (Madam Speaker).............................................................................................145 Crossin, Ms Trish, Senator for the Northern Territory ........................................160 Crossin, Senator Trish Senator for the Northern Territory (Mr McCarthy) ........472 14
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII DISTINGUISHED VISITORS (cont) Delegation from the Pacific Islands on a parliamentary study tour under the auspices of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Education Trust Fund Mr Tinia Mariano MP and Mr Tianoa Teremita MP from Kiribati Parliament; Mr Tofua Puletama and Mr Bill Vakaafi Motufoou from Niue Parliament; the Honourable Sam Avock MP and the Honourable James Bule MP from Vanuatu Parliament......................................................................................485 Dondas, Hon Nick, AM MP, Member for the Northern Territory ......................160 Dondas, Hon Nick, MP, Member for the Northern Territory (Mrs Braham) ........77 Dondas, Honourable N M, a former Member of the House of Representatives for the Northern Territory and former Speaker of this Assembly .........................607 Dondas, Honourable Nick AO, MP, Federal Member for the Northern Territory (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................106 Everingham, Hon Paul, AO, former Federal Member for the House of Representatives for the Northern Territory and former Chief Minister of the Northern Territory........................................................................................12, 61 Everingham, Honourable Paul, former Chief Minister and former Member for the Northern Territory (Madam Speaker)..............................................................207 Finch, Hon Fred, former Member for Leanyer in the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly and former Minister of the Northern Territory Government......................................................................................................121 Fisher, Mr Joe, former Member of the 7th Legislative Council for the Northern Territory (Madam Speaker) .............................................................................183 Fisher, Mr Joe, former Member of the Legislative Council ................................160 Forscutt, Mr Jim, Mayor of Katherine (Mr Speaker) ..........................................761 Giese, Mr Harry, former Member of the 7th Legislative Council for the Northern Territory (Madam Speaker) .............................................................................183 Giese, Mrs Nan, OBE (MBE) Chancellor of the Northern Territory University 607 Giese, Mrs Nancy and Mr Harry Giese ...............................................................160 Hird, Mr Harold, Member of the Legislative Assembly for the ACT, Government Whip and former Speaker of the House of Assembly .....................................952 Howard, Honourable John, MP, Prime Minister of Australia (Mrs Braham) .....106 Jeffries, Mr Bruce, Member for Oxley, Legislative Assembly of New South Wales ..........................................................................................................................218 Kilgariff, Honourable Bern, AM, a former Member and Speaker of the Legislative Assembly..........................................................................................................847 Kilgariff, Mr Bern AM ........................................................................................582 Kilgariff, Mr Bern, AM, OAM, former Speaker and Member of the Legislative Assembly and former Senator for the Northern Territory ...............................545 Kilgariff, Mr Bern, former Member of the 7th Legislative Council for the Northern Territory (Madam Speaker)..............................................................183 Kilgariff, Mr Bern, former Senator for the Northern Territory and former Speaker of this House ......................................................................................................65 Kilgariff, Mr Bern, former Speaker of the Legislative Assembly .......................255 15
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII DISTINGUISHED VISITORS (cont) Letts, Dr Goff, former Member for Victoria River..............................................559 Lyons, Hon Kevin, former Speaker of the House of Assembly and former Deputy Premier of Tasmania ........................................................................................159 Marchionne, Mr Sergio, CEO, Alusuisse-Lonza Holdings Ltd.............................93 McKay, Honourable John, MLA Speaker of the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly and Mrs Sandra McKay (Madam Speaker) ....................................238 Phankham, Dr, Deputy chief of Human Resources; Dr Thongloun, Permanent Member of the Standing Committee and Chairperson of the Committee on Foreign Affairs; Mr Samane, Deputy-Chief of the National Assembly's Office; Mr Thayaphone, Member for Khammuan Province; Mr Khampong, Member for Vientiane Prefecture; Dr Thongphanh, Vice-Chairwoman of the Sociocultural Affairs Committee ..............................................................................531 Nagle, Mr Peter, Member for Auburn in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly and Chairman of the Regulation Review Committee .....................652 Nolan, Ms Rachel, Member for Ipswich (Mr Speaker) .......................................906 Notter, Mr Ed, CEO, Alusuisse-Lonza Holdings Ltd............................................93 Nusa Tenggara Timu, Provincial Parliamentarians, accompanied by Mr Mike Gallagher (Madam Speader) ............................................................................207 Ortman, Mr Max, former Member of the Legislative Assembly.........................160 Oswald, Honourable John, MP, Speaker of the South Australian House of Assembly and Mrs Carol Oswald (Speaker)....................................................524 Perron, Mr Marshall, former Chief Minister of the Northern Territory ..............159 Pollock, Mr Dave, former Member for Macdonnell......................................65, 559 Pollock, Mr David, a former Member of the Legislative Assembly ...................811 Pott, Mrs Marj, former Secretary to the Administrator and Assistant Clerk to Mr Deric Thompson (Madam Speaker).................................................................207 Reeves, Mr John, former Member of the Northern Territory and Mrs Reeves ...160 Reginald Marsh a former Official Member of the Legislative Council from 1955 to 1957 and 1958 to 1962 (McCarthy).............................................................528 Reid, Honourable Bruce, former House of Representatives Member for Bendigo and former Member of the Legislative Council of Victoria (Mr McCArthy) .471 Reid, Senator the Honourable Margaret, President of the Senate, and Mr Tom Reid (Madam Speaker) ....................................................................................183 Ryan, Mr Roger, former Member for Millner .....................................................559 Scott, Hon Bruce, Federal Minister for Veteran's Affairs, and Mrs Scott (Mrs Braham)..............................................................................................................77 16
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII DISTINGUISHED VISITORS (cont) 25th Anniversary of First Elected Legislative Assembly - Honourable Bern Kilgariff AM, OAM ­ former Member for Alice Springs; Mr Ian Tuxworth ­ former Member for Barkly; Honourable Nick Dondas AM ­ former Member for Casuarina; Senator the Honourable Grant Tambling ­ former Member for Fannie Bay; Honourable James Robertson ­ former Member for Gillen; Honourable Paul Everingham AO ­ former Member for Jingili; Honourable Roger Steele ­ former Member for Ludmilla; Mr Dave Pollock ­ former Member for Macdonnell; Mr Roger Ryan ­ former Member for Millner; Ms Dawn Lawrie ­ former Member for Nightcliff; Mr Milton Ballantyne ­ former Member for Nhulunbuy; Mr Marshall Perron ­ former Member for Stuart Park; Mr Hyacinth Tungatalum ­ former Member for Tiwi .....................................561 Somlyay, Hon Alex, Federal Minister for the Territories......................................65 Somlyay, Honourable Alex, MP, Minister for Regional Development, Territories and Local Government in the Commonwealth Government ...........................160 Steele, Mr Roger, former Member for Ludmilla and Speaker of the Assembly .559 Strickland, Honourable George, MLA, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia, and an Regional Representative of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association and Mrs Helen Strickland (Mr McCarthy) ...........436 Takahashi, Mr Masaji, Japanese Ambassador to Australia (Mr McCarthy) .......632 Tschopp, Dr Ted, Chairman, Alusuisse-Lonza Holdings Ltd (Mrs Braham)........93 Tungutalum, Mr Hyacinth, former Member of the Legislative Assembly for the electorate of Tiwi (Madam Speaker) ...............................................................189 Warren, Mr Peter, Chief Financial Officer, Alusuisse-Lonza Holdings Ltd .........93 Wolfesberger, Mr Kurt, Executive Vice President, Alusuisse-Lonza Holdings Ltd ............................................................................................................................93 ELECTION OF SPEAKER Mr T R McCarthy, 16 February 1999..................................................................395 Mrs L Braham, 25 November 1997 .........................................................................4 GENERAL BUSINESS DAY 01 March 2000 .....................................................................................................628 13th October 1999................................................................................................551 17 February 1999 .................................................................................................408 2nd June 1999 ......................................................................................................480 Tuesday 11 August 1998 .....................................................................................162 Wednesday 11 October 2000 ...............................................................................774 Wednesday 14 June 2000.....................................................................................701 Wednesday 17 February 1999 .............................................................................408 Wednesday 18 February 1998 ...............................................................................66 Wednesday 7 October 1998 .................................................................................217 LEAVE OF ABSENCE Adamson, Mr P, for 28 November 2000..............................................................811 Chief Minister (Mr Burke) for Wednesday 18 October 2000 to attend to government business relating to the construction of the AustralAsia Railway ..........................................................................................................................788 17
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII LEAVE OF ABSENCE (cont) Chief Minister, 12 August 1998...........................................................................171 Dr Lim, 20, 21 and 22 April 99 ...........................................................................441 Hickey, Mrs M, for 28, 29 and 30 November 2000.............................................811 Member for Port Darwin (Ms Carter) for Tuesday 17 October 2000 to Thursday 19 October 2000 inclusive, due to her attendance at a Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Seminar (Mr Burke) .............................................787 Mitchell, Mr, Tuesday 19 October 1999 to Thursday 21 October 1999, inclusive (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................559 Mr Burke, 29th November 2000 (Mr Palmer) .....................................................821 Mr Hatton, Wednesday 10 May and Thursday 11 May 2000 (Mr Palmer).........655 Mr Lugg for Wednesday and Thursday the 14th and 15th October 1998 (Mr Coulter) .....................................................................................................240 Mr Manzie, Wednesday 18 August 1999 and Thursday 19 August 1999 (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................537 Mr Palmer for 26 February 1998 .........................................................................105 Mr Poole for Wednesday and Thursday the 2 and 3 December 1998 (Mr Burke) ..........................................................................................................................273 Mr Rioli, sittings 13 June 2000 to 22 June 2000 (Ms Martin).............................695 Mr Stone, 20 and 21 April 99 ..............................................................................441 Mr Stone, Wednesday 18 August 1999 and Thursday 19 August 1999 (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................537 Mrs Hickey and Mr Ah Kit, 22 April 1999 (Ms Martin).....................................454 Mrs Hickey for 16, 17 and 18 February 1999......................................................399 Mrs Hickey for Wednesday 28 April 1999 and Thursday 29 April 1999 (Ms Martin)......................................................................................................464 Mrs Hickey, 23 November to 25 November , inclusive (Ms Martin) .................589 Mrs Hickey, 3 June 1999 (Ms Martin) ................................................................487 MATTERS OF PUBLIC IMPORTANCE Aboriginal interpreter service (Mr Stirling) ........................................................532 Alice Springs Alcohol Issues Survey recommendations, prompt and appropriate responses to (Mr Toyne) ..................................................................................756 Cane Toads (Mr Henderson)................................................................................528 Chronic disease amongst Territorians (Mr Henderson).......................................822 Commercial passenger industry deregulation (Mr Toyne) ..................................648 Crime Prevention Unit (Mr Stirling) - NOT supported .......................................600 Disability services in the Territory (Mr Henderson) ...........................................566 Education program outcomes in the Territory (Mr Toyne) .................................209 Estuarine salt flats at Shoal Bay (Mr Toyne).......................................................621 Fuel prices in the Northern Territory (Mrs Hickey) ............................................136 Indigenous education programs (Mr Toyne) .......................................................432 Information Technology outsourcing, impact on both the public and private sectors (Mr Toyne)...........................................................................................543 Land Development and Planning Approval process (Ms Martin) .......................186 Northern Territory Labour Market, structural problems (Mr Stirling)................628 18
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MATTERS OF PUBLIC IMPORTANCE (cont) Northern Territory school education system (Dr Toyne) ....................................789 Planning process (Ms Martin)..............................................................................546 Policing strategies, effective for remote areas (Mr Stirling) ...............................446 Productivity in the Mango Industry (Mr Toyne) ...................................................55 Recommendations made in the Report Building On Land Rights for The Next Generation The Review of the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 by John Reeves, QC (Ms Martin) .....................................................................487 Renal failure in the Territory and the inadequacy of Government strategies to address this issue (Mr Henderson)...................................................................624 Retention of Secondary Students (Mr Toyne) .......................................................98 Strategic regional planning and development in regional and remote areas (Mr Stirling) .....................................................................................................592 Territory taxi, mini bus and private hire car industry (Mr Stirling) ....................468 MEMBER SUSPENDED Bailey, Mr, 23 April 1998, 1 hour at 1034 h, pursuant to Sessional Order 240A119 Bailey, Mr, 29 April 1998 for one hour at 10.11 am (Madam Speaker) .............131 Mr Bailey, 13 August 1998, 1 hour pursuant to Sessional Order 240A ......179, 180 Mr Bailey, 19 August 1998, 24 hours pursuant to Standing Order 241 ..............189 Mr Bailey, 25 February 1998, 1 hour pursuant to Sessional Order 240A .............97 Mr Stirling ,22 February 2000, 1 hour pursuant to Standing Order 240A ..........608 Mr Stirling, 10 August 1999, 1 hour, pursuant to Standing Order 240A ............520 Mr Stirling, 14 June 2000 at 1829 h, one hour pursuant to Standing Order 240A ..........................................................................................................................703 Mr Stirling, 2 December 1997, 1 hour pursuant to Sessional Order 240A............45 Mr Stirling, 21 October 1999 at 1013 h, for 1 hour pursuant to Standing Order 240A.................................................................................................................573 Mr Stirling, 25 February 1998, 1 hour pursuant to Sessional Order 240A............98 Mr Stirling,30 May 2001, at 1508h, pursuant to Standing Order 240A, one hour on account of disorderly conduct (Mr Mitchell)..............................................882 Stirling, Mr, 28th November 2000 at 1720 hours ordered to withdraw from the chamber for one hour, pursuant to Standing Order 240A, on account of disorderly conduct (Mr Mitchell) ....................................................................814 MEMBER SWORN Ms Susan Jill Carter, Port Darwin, 9 May 2000..................................................645 MESSAGES FROM ADMINISTRATOR Letter, notifying the resignation of Mrs L M Braham as Speaker, effective 9 February 1999 (Paper 890) ..............................................................................395 No. 01, recommending a Bill for an Act to authorise the issue and expenditure of public moneys re Katherine floods ....................................................................69 No. 02 Assent to Laws, dated 18 February 1998...................................................77 No. 03 re Unclaimed Superannuation Benefits Bill...............................................91 19
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MESSAGES FROM ADMINISTRATOR (cont) No. 04, Vacancy in the representation of the Northern Territory in the Senate because of the resignation of Senator the Honourable Robert Lindsay Collins on 30 March 1998 (Madam Speaker) (Paper 308)...........................................109 No. 05, Assent to proposed laws (Madam Speaker) (Paper 309) ........................110 No. 06, Appropriation Bill 1998-99 (Madam Speaker) (Paper 376) ...................126 No. 07 Assent to proposed laws, April and May 1998, dated 1st June 1998 (Paper 417).......................................................................................................143 No. 08 Assent to proposed laws, 23 June 1998 (Paper 517) ...............................159 No. 09 Assent to proposed laws 14 August 1998 to 28 September 1998............237 No. 10 recommending a Bill for an Act entitled the Fuel Subsidies Act (Paper 698).......................................................................................................247 No. 11 Assent to proposed laws, 12 October 1998 to 21 October 1998 (Madam Speaker) (Paper 752) .........................................................................253 No. 12 Assent to proposed laws 7 December 1998 to 29 December 1998 (Paper 930).......................................................................................................405 No. 13, Assent to proposed laws, 19 February 1999 to 1st April 1999 (Mr Speaker) (Paper 1045).....................................................................................................453 No. 14, Recommending a Bill for an Act to authorise the issue and expenditure of public moneys out of the consolidated fund for the year 1999-2000 (Mr McCarthy) (Paper 1069) ...........................................................................460 No. 15 assent to proposed laws 5 May 1999 to 21 May 1999 (Paper 1304) (Mr Speaker) ...........................................................................................................493 No. 16 Assent to proposed laws 17 June 1999 to 22 June 1999 (Paper 1423) (Mr Speaker) ..............................................................................523 No. 17 Assent to proposed laws 31 August 1999 (Paper 1606) ..........................581 No. 18 Assent to proposed laws November 1999 (Paper 1661) ..........................605 No. 19 Assent to proposed laws Nov-December 1999 (Paper 1662) ..................606 No. 20 Assent to proposed laws 23 December 1999 (Paper 1768) .....................646 No. 21, Recommending a Bill for an Act to authorise the issue and expenditure of public moneys out of the consolidated fund for the year 2000-2001 (Mr McCarthy) (Paper 1822) ...........................................................................661 No. 23 assent to proposed laws, March 2000 (Paper 1860) ................................693 No. 24 Assent to proposed laws May 2000 and June 2000 (Paper 1875) ...........699 No. 25 recommending Appropriation (Adelaide to Darwin Railway) Bill 2000 (Paper 1900).....................................................................................................709 No. 26 recommending the First Home Owner Grant Bill 2000 (Paper 1909).....715 No. 27 re AustralAsia Railway Corporation Amendment Bill 2000 ...................733 No. 28 assent to proposed laws, 27 June 2000 to 13 July 2000 (Paper 2015).....751 No. 29, Assent to proposed laws, 19 August 2000 to 12 September 2000 (Paper 2131).....................................................................................................787 No. 30 assent to proposed laws, 23 October to 14 November 2000 (Paper 2281) ..........................................................................................................................835 No. 31 recommending a Bill to amend the AustralAsia Railway Corporation Act, funding of Railway (Paper 2345).....................................................................851 20
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MESSAGES FROM ADMINISTRATOR (cont) No. 32 assent to proposed laws, 14 and 15 December 20001 (Paper 2359) (Mr Speaker) ....................................................................................................857 No. 33 assent to proposed laws, 19 and 22 March 2001 (Paper 2405) (Mr Speaker) ..........................................................................................................................875 No. 34 Appropriation Bill 2001-2002 (Serial 308) (Paper 2406) (Mr Speaker) .876 MOTIONS (Procedural) Leave denied Minister for Racing and Gaming (Mr Adamson) to move a motion for the third reading of the Gaming Control Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 70), forthwith ......................................................................................................................139 Mrs Hickey to make statement forthwith re recording nomination of Mr Bailey in favour of referendum question.................................................................207 Mrs Hickey to request for recording nomination of Mr Bailey in favour of referendum question.....................................................................................207 Ms Martin to present two Bills, namely the Landlord and Tenant (Residential Bonds) Bill 1998 (Serial 82) and the Residential Tenancies Bill 1998 (Serial 81).....................................................................................................165 Toyne, Mr, to move a motion proposing a Committee on Use and Abuse of Substances by the Community.......................................................................24 Suspension of sitting, further consideration of Appropriation Bill 1999­2000 (Serial 154) in Committee of the Whole (Mr Coulter) ....................................498 Suspension of Standing Orders Allow Leader of Opposition (Mrs hickey) to move motion forthwith re Pricing of petrol in the Northern Territory - negatived ............................................120 Allow Member for Fannie Bay (Ms Martin) to complete speech interrupted evacuation of building due to bomb scare (Mr Palmer) ..............................288 Allow Member for Wanguri to move motion forthwith relating to East Timor. ......................................................................................................................452 Allow Mr Bailey to move a motion censuring the Chief Minister for failing to allow evidence to be presented to show he has continued to mislead Territorians and this Assembly over improper activities of former CLP governments - Negatived .............................................................................455 Allow Mr Burke to move motion for the adoption of the Draft Constitution tabled by him on 13 August 1998 (Mr Burke).............................................181 Allow Ms Martin to move motion re East Timor (Ms Martin) .......................443 Censure of Minister for Lands, Planning and Environment (Mr Palmer) re heritage responsibilities, Old Alice Springs Gaol (Paper 62) (Mr Toyne) ....32 Committee on Use and Abuse of Substances by the Community - Proposed committee - Motion negatived (Mr Toyne) ...................................................24 Pass Bill through all stages Anti-Discrimination Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 164) ............................488 Appropriation Bill 2001/02 (Serial 308)......................................................942 AustralAsia Railway (Special Provisions) Bill 1999 (Serial 209)...............593 AustralAsia Railway Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 295) ...........................866 Ayers Rock Resort (Sale) Bill 1997 (Serial 1) ..............................................28 21
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Procedural) (cont) Pass Bill through all stages (cont) Community Welfare Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 147)............................432 Financial Management Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 319) ........................907 Financial Sector Reform (Northern Territory) Bill 1999 (Serial 161).........488 Firearms Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 253)...............................................753 First Home Owner Grant Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 318).....................973 Gaming Control Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 70).....................................139 Gas Pipelines Access (Northern Territory) Bill 1998 (Serial 66)................128 Justices Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 303) ................................................970 Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 115) ...................................244 Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 323) ...................................961 Kava Management Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1999 (Serial 206)..................592 Lands Acquisition Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 75) .................................140 Lands and Mining (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill (No. 2) 1999 (Serial 165)...............................................................................................508 Lands and Mining (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 1999 (Serial 141) ...416 Local Government (Katherine Rates) Bill 1999 (Serial 149) ......................450 Mental Health and Related Services Bill 1998 (Serial 80)..........................210 Mining Management (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2001 (Serial 340) ..................................................................................................................976 Motor Accidents (Compensation) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 73) .........139 Northern Territory Rail Safety Bill 1998 (Serial 130).................................270 Police Administration Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 20)..............................49 Police Administration Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 271)..........................780 Power and Water Authority Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 63) ..................127 Prisons (Correctional Services) Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2000 (Serial 274) ..................................................................................................................805 Prisons (Correctional Services) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 336)...........961 Public Order and Anti-social Conduct Bill 2001 (Serial 335).....................968 Real Property (Unit Titles) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 62)....................127 Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 325) .........................961 Sentencing Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2001 (Serial 322) ..............................975 Sentencing Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 304) ...........................................974 Summary Offences Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 309)..............................975 Telecommunications (Interception) Northern Territory Bill 2001 (Serial 326) ..................................................................................................................972 Weapons Control Bill 2001 (Serial 324) .....................................................972 Work Health Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 305) ........................................908 Year 2000 Information Disclosure Bill 1999 (Serial 150) ..........................461 22
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Procedural) (cont) Pass Bills through all stages Miscellaneous (Interpretation Act and Penalties Act) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 237), Mining Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 243), Petroleum Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 244), Legal Practitioners Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 242), Work Health Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 236), Health Practitioners and Allied Professionals Registration Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 227), Financial Relations Agreement (Consequential Provisions) Bill (Serial 228), First Home Owner Grant Bill 2000 (Serial 229), Pay-roll Tax Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 235), Stamp Duty Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 240), Taxation (Administration) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 241), AustralAsia Railway (Special Provisions) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 238), AustralAsia Railway Corporation Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 239)......................................................................................695 Sentencing of Juveniles (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2000 (Serial 234) ..................................................................................................................674 Pass four Bills through all stages Corporations (Northern Territory Request) Bill 2001 (Serial 331), Corporations Reform (Northern Territory) Bill 2001 (Serial 333), Corporations (Northern Territory) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 332), and Corporations Reform (Consequential Amendments NT) Bill 2001 (Serial 334)...............................................................................................940 Debits Tax Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 314), Pay-roll Tax Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 315), Stamp Duty Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 316), and Taxation (Administration) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 317)...............973 Electricity Reform Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 310), Utilities Commission Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 311), Water Supply and Sewerage Services Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 312) and Electricity Networks (Third Party Access) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 313) ............................................974 Pass seven Bills through all stages Lands Acquisition Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 83), Lands and Mining Tribunal Bill 1998 (Serial 84), Mining Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 85), Petroleum Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 86), Petroleum (Submerged Lands) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 87), the Validation of Titles and Actions Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 88), and Energy Pipelines Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 89)............................................................196 Pass three Bills through all stages Legislative Assembly Members' Superannuation Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 204), Administrators Pensions Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 203), and Supreme Court (Judges Pensions) Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 205) ..................................................................................................................602 23
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Procedural) (cont) Pass two Bills through all stages AustralAsia Railway (Special Provisions) Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2000 (Serial 281) and AustralAsia Railway Corporation Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2000 (Serial 282) .................................................................................805 Criminal Code Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 327) and Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2001 (Serial 328) 975 Domestic Violence Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 320), and Bail Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 321) ..............................................................................969 Evidence Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 306), and Sexual Offences (Evidence and Procedure) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 307) ................................975 Justices Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 219) and Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 220) ..............................................................................632 Kava Management Bill 1998 (Serial 64) and Police Administration Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 65)............................................................128 Legislative Assembly (Powers and Privileges) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 230) and Legislative Assembly (Security) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 231)...............................................................................................652 Local Court Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 77) and Justices Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 78)........................................................................................196 Sentencing Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 162) and Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 163)..........................................................488 Present two Bills forthwith Landlord and Tenant (Residential Bonds) Bill 1998 (Serial 82) and the Residential Tenancies Bill 1998 (Serial 81) ............................................165 Take Bill cognately with Bills (Serials 183 to 190) Racing and Betting Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 194)..............................................................567 Take eight Bills together Northern Territory Licensing Commission Bill 1999 (Serial 183); Gaming Control Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 184); Gaming Machine Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 185); Kava Management Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 186); Liquor Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 187); Private Security Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 188); Work Health Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 189)...............................................................................................554 Take five Bills together Administrators Pensions Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 57); the Legislative Assembly Members' Superannuation Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 58); Supreme Court (Judges Pensions) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 59); Superannuation Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 60)..................................122 Take four Bills together Corporations (Northern Territory Request) Bill 2001 (Serial 331), Corporations Reform (Northern Territory) Bill 2001 (Serial 333), Corporations (Northern Territory) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 332), and Corporations Reform (Consequential Amendments NT) Bill 2001 (Serial 334)...............................................................................................900 24
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Procedural) (cont) Take four Bills together (cont) Electricity Reform Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 310), Utilities Commission Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 311), Water Supply and Sewerage Services Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 312) and Electricity Networks (Third Party Access) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 313) ............................................902 Electricity Reform Bill 1999 (Serial 210), Utilities Commission Bill 1999 (Serial 211), Electricity Networks (Third Party Access) Bill 1999 (Serial 212) and Power and Water Authority Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1999 (Serial 213)......................................................................................601 Financial Relations Agreement (Consequential Provisions) Bill 2000 (Serial 228), First Home Owner Grant Bill 2000 (Serial 229), Pay-roll Tax Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 235), Stamp Duty Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 240) and Taxation (Administration) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 241)...............................................................................................672 Pay-roll Tax Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 315), Debits Tax Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 314), Stamp Duty Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 316) and Taxation (Administration) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 317)...............889 Police Administration Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 117); Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 118); Prisons (Correctional Services) Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 119) .............................249 Wills Bill 2000 (Serial 262), Family Provision Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 263), Law of Property Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 264) and Public Trustee Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 265).............................................762 Take seven Bills together Lands Acquisition Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 83), Lands and Mining Tribunal Bill 1998 (Serial 84), Mining Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 85), Petroleum Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 86), Petroleum (Submerged Lands) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 87), Validation of Titles and Actions Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 88), Energy Pipelines Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 89)............................................................180 Take three Bills together Administrators Pensions Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 203), Legislative Assembly Members' Superannuation Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 204), and Supreme Court (Judges Pensions) Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 205) ..................................................................................................................600 Sale of NT TAB Bill 1999 (Serial 195); Totalisator Licensing and Regulation Bill 1999 (Serial 196) ..............................................................................567 Financial Institutions (NT) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 44); the Building Societies Act Repeal Bill 1998 (Serial 45) ................................................79 Penalties Bill 1998 (Serial 124), Interpretation Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 125), and Sentencing Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 126) ..................................................................................................................265 Sentencing Amendment Bill (No. 3) 1998 (Serial 132), Criminal Code Amendment Bill (No. 5) 1998 (Serial 133), and Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill (No. 3) 1998 (Serial 134) .............................................283 25
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Procedural) (cont) Take two Bills together Northern Territory Employment and Training Authority Bill 1999 (Serial 192) ..........................................................................................................566 Planning Bill 1999 (Serial 198) ...................................................................576 AustralAsia Railway (Special Provisions) Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2000 (Serial 281) and AustralAsia Railway Corporation Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2000 (Serial 282) .................................................................................800 AustralAsia Railway (Special Provisions) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 238) and AustralAsia Railway Corporation Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 239) ..................................................................................................................673 Bail Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 15) and the Justices Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 16)...................................................................................................41 Business Franchise Act (Suspension of Operation) Bill 1998 (Serial 113) and the Fuel Subsidies Bill 1998 (Serial 114) ................................................249 Crimes at Sea Bill 2000 (Serial 267) and Off-shore Waters (Application of Territory Laws) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 268) ...............................780 Criminal Code Amendment Bill (No. 4) 1998 (Serial 123) and Justices Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1998 (Serial 127) .............................................264 Criminal Code Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 327) and Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2001 (Serial 328) 901 Domestic Violence Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 106) and the Sentencing Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 105) (Mr Stone) .......................................248 Domestic Violence Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 178) and the Director of Public Prosecutions Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 179) (Mrs hickey) ...551 Domestic Violence Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 320) and Bail Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 321) ..............................................................................890 Evidence Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 306) and Sexual Offences (Evidence and Procedure) Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 307) ................................889 Fines and Penalties Bill 2000 (Serial 287), and Fines and Penalties (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2000 (Serial 288)..............................829 Gaming Machine amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 296) and Northern Territory Licensing Commission Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 297)....................866 Independent Electoral Commission Bill 1998 (Serial 12) and the Northern Territory Electoral Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 26)...............................70 Justices Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 219) and Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 220) ..............................................................................624 Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill (No. 4) 1998 (Serial 135) and Crimes (Victims Assistance) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 136) .......................283 Kava Management Bill 1998 (Serial 64) and the Police Administration Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 65)............................................................116 Land Title Bill 1999 (Serial 201) and Law of Property Bill 1999 (Serial 200) ..................................................................................................................576 26
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Procedural) (cont) Take two Bills together (cont) Legislative Assembly (Powers and Privileges) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 230) and Legislative Assembly (Security) Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 231)...............................................................................................652 Local Court Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 77) and the Justices Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 78) ................................................................................172 Local Court Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 329) and Small Claims Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 330)..........................................................967 Mining Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 243) and Petroleum Amendment Bill 2000 (Serial 244)......................................................................................673 Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 22) and the Traffic Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 23)..............................................................41 New Tax System Price Exploitation Code (Northern Territory) Bill 1999 (Serial 172) and Competition Policy Reform (Northern Territory) Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 173)..........................................................536 Real Property Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 142) and Real Property (Unit Titles) Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 144) ..............................................420 Residential Tenancies Bill 1998 (Serial 81) and the Landlord and Tenant (Rental Bonds) Bill 1998 (Serial 82) .......................................................225 Residential Tenancies Bill 1999 (Serial 169) and Residential Tenancies (Consequential Amendments) Bill 1999 (Serial 170)..............................543 Sentencing Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 30) and the Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1997 (Serial 29) .................................................40 Sentencing Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 162) and Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill 1999 (Serial 163)..........................................................474 Stamp Duty Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 35) and the Taxation (Administration) Amendment Bill 1997 (Serial 36)..................................56 Traffic Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 100) and the Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 101)..........................................................228 Unit Titles Amendment Bill 2001 (Serial 299) and Unit Titles (Consequential Amendments ­ Building Developments) Bill 2001 (Serial 300).............865 Waste Management and Pollution Control Bill 1998 (Serial 41) and the Waste Management and Pollution Control (Consequential Amendments) Bill 1998 (Serial 43) ..................................................................................79 MOTIONS (Substantive) 25th Anniversary of the election of the First Legislative Assembly (Mr Burke) 562 50th Anniversary of the First Meeting of the Legislative Council of the Northern Territory of Australia (Paper 301) (Mr Stone).................................................105 A Guide to Tourism Business by Department of Industries and Business ­ Note paper and statement (Mr Baldwin) ..................................................................757 A Post Occupancy Evaluation of Parliament House, Report, Volumes I and II ­ Note reports (Mr Coulter) ................................................................................240 Aboriginal economic development opportunities ­ Note statement (Mr Adamson) ..........................................................................................................................906 27
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) Aboriginal education outcomes, the way forward ­ Note statement (Mr Adamson) ..........................................................................................................................592 Aboriginal housing ­ Note statement (Mrs Braham)...........................................546 Aboriginal land and native title issues ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) .................804 Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 of the Commonwealth, Review conducted by Mr John Reeves QC ­ Note statement (Mr Stone) ......239 Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 of the Commonwealth, Review conducted by Mr John Reeves QC (Mr Stone)...................................239 Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976, review of - Note statement (Mr Stone)..........................................................................................................39 Aboriginal liaison and community services ­ Note statement (Mr Manzie).......822 Aboriginal Reconciliation (Ms Martin) .......................................................694, 701 Achievements in Education Services ­ Note statement (Mr Adamson)..............234 Achievements in education throughout the Territory school system ­ Note statement (Mr Lugg) ........................................................................................614 Achievements of Housing 2003 policies introduced in April 1998 ­ Note statement (Mrs Braham) ..................................................................................632 Adelaide to Darwin Railway Project ­ Note statement (Mr Coulter)..................234 Adelaide to Darwin Railway Project and other major infrastructure projects ­ Note Statement (Mr Coulter) ...........................................................................111 Aged Care facilities in the Northern Territory - Note (Mr Dunham) ..................859 Agricultural industry in the Northern Territory and future opportunities that will arise in the industry ­ Note Statement (Mr Palmer) ........................................127 Agriculture and Horticultural industry developments in Katherine region ­ Note statement (Mr Palmer) .....................................................................................695 Alcohol related behaviour and night patrol funding ­ Negatived (Dr Toyne) ....844 Alcohol related behaviour and night patrol funding (Dr Toyne).........................837 Alice Springs Cultural Precinct, Araluen Art Centre - Note (Mr Adamson) ......854 Answers to Questions asked on Previous Days - Sessional Order - adopted SO 119A...................................................................................................................20 APEC Trade Ministers Conference in Darwin ­ Note statement (Mr Manzie)...711 Appoint Chairman of Committees - Mr Mitchell ............................................................12 Committee of Privileges ....................................................................................13 Environment Committee - Sessional Committee...............................................21 House Committee...............................................................................................15 Public Accounts Committee ..............................................................................17 Publications Committee .....................................................................................15 Standing Orders Committee...............................................................................13 Subordinate Legislation and Tabled Papers Committee....................................15 Appoint Board of Inquiry pursuant to the Inquiries Act re voter opinion research for the Country Liberal Party (Mrs Hickey) ....................................................287 Appointment of time for holding a sitting of the Assembly - Sessional Order .....20 Apprenticeship training strategies in support of the Railway Project, Northern Territory Vocational Education and Training system (VET) Note statement (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................789 28
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) Appropriation Bill 1998 -99 (Serial 68) - Suspend sitting for further consideration in Committee of the Whole (Mr Coulter) ........................................................153 Appropriation Bill 1998-99 (Serial 68) - Suspend sitting for further consideration in Committee of the Whole (Mr Coulter) ........................................................149 Aquaculture Industry in the Northern Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Palmer) .264 Arafura Games 6th and Territory lifestyle funding projects ­ Note statement (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................878 Arafura Games, 1999 ­ Note statement (Mr Lugg).............................................532 Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation Trade Ministers meeting in Darwin ­ Note statement (Mr Manzie).....................................................................................655 Asian economies since May 1997 and their impact on the Northern Territory Note statement (Mr Stone)...............................................................................106 Auditor-General for the Northern Territory on Matters arising from Audits undertaken in the six months ended 31 December 1997, dated February 1998 Note paper (Mr Stone) ...............................................................................92, 245 Print (Mr Stone) .................................................................................................92 Auditor-General for the Northern Territory, 1996-97 dated August 1997 Note (Mr Stone) .................................................................................................25 Note paper (Mr Stone) .......................................................................................67 Print (Mr Stone) .................................................................................................25 Auditor-General for the Northern Territory, Report to the Legislative Assembly, August 2000 ­ Note report (Mr Burke) ...........................................................762 Auditor-General for the Northern Territory, Report to the Legislative Assembly, August 2000 - Print (Mr Palmer) .....................................................................762 Auditor-General for the Northern Territory, six months ending 30 June 1998, Report, dated August 1998 Note (Mr Stone) .......................................................................................208, 245 Print (Mr Stone) ...............................................................................................208 Auditor-General of the Northern Territory, Report to the Legislative Assembly, February 2001 ­ Note (Mr Burke) ...........................................................842, 854 Auditor-General of the Northern Territory, Report to the Legislative Assembly, February 2001 ­ Print (Mr Burke) ...................................................................842 Auditor-General's August 1999 Report to the Legislative Assembly ­ Note paper (Mr Mr Burke) .................................................................................................541 Auditor-General's August 1999 Report to the Legislative Assembly - Print (Mr Mr Burke) .................................................................................................541 Auditor-General's February 1999 Report to the Legislative Assembly ­ Note report (Mr Burke).....................................................................................414, 439 Auditor-General's February 1999 Report to the Legislative Assembly ­ Print (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................414 Auditor-General's Report to the Legislative Assembly on the 1998/99 Treasure's Annual Financial Statement - Note report (Mr Reed) .....................................643 Auditor­General's Report to the Legislative Assembly on the 1998/99 Treasurer's Annual Financial Statement ­ Note report (Mr Burke) ...................................581 Auditor­General's Report to the Legislative Assembly on the 1998/99 Treasurer's Annual Financial Statement ­ Print (Mr Burke)..............................................581 29
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) Auditor-General's Report to the Legislative Assembly, analysis of the 1999/2000 Treasurer's Annual Financial Statement ­ Note (Mr Burke) ..................813, 830 Auditor-General's Report to the Legislative Assembly, analysis of the 1999/2000 Treasurer's Annual Financial Statement ­ Print) ............................................813 Auditor-General's Report, August 1999 (Mr Burke) ..........................................578 Auditor­General's Report, February 2000 - Note report (Mr Burke)..................656 Auditor-General's Report, February 2000 Report ­ Note report (Mr Burke)......620 Auditor-General's Report, February 2000 Report - Print (Mr Burke) .................620 August 2000 Report of the Auditor-General to the Legislative Assembly - Note report ........................................................................................................781, 785 AustralAsia Railway - The Final Step ­ Note statement (Mr Coulter) ...............480 AustralAsia Railway Corporation for the period ending 30 June 1998 ­ Note paper (Mr Coulter) ...........................................................................................414 AustralAsia Railway Corporation, Annual Report 1998/99 ­ Note paper (Mr Burke) .............................................................................................600 AustralAsia Railway, project commencement and financial contribution of governments ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) .....................................................582 AustralAsia Railway, signing off on the 20 April 2001 ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................886 Australian Defence Force's involvement in the Northern Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................450 Australian Olympic Team, commendation (Mr Burke).......................................770 Australian Republic (Ms Martin).................................................................546, 551 Ayers Rock Resort Corporation and Controlled Entities Financial Statements for 1999/2000 ­ Note statement (Mr Reed)...........................................................828 Baseline Survey of the Port of Darwin for Introduced Marine Species ­ Note report (Mr Palmer) ...................................................................................828, 854 Broadcast of additional Answers at Question Time - Order of the Assembly.......21 Building on Land Rights for the next generation, the review of the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 by John Reeves (Ms Martin)......472 Building on Land Rights for the next generation, the review of the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 by John Reeves, Response by the Government to recommendations contained in the report - Withdrawn (Ms Martin)......................................................................................................480 Censure - Minister for Health, Family and Children's (Mr Dunham) re Services relating to the Tracy Aged Care facility (Paper 2520) (Mr Henderson)..........938 Censure Chief Minister (Mr Burke) Re Corrupt Judicial System ­ negatived (Ms Martin)......................................................................................................613 Censure Chief Minister (Mr Burke) re taxpayer funded voter opinion research (Mr Stirling) .....................................................................................................454 Censure Chief Minister (Mr Stone) re taxpayer funded voter research (Mrs Hickey)....................................................................................................274 Censure Minister for School Education (Mr Adamson) for breaching contractual arrangements with the Federal Government in managing funds for Aboriginal Education (Mr Toyne)......................................................................................573 30
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) Censure of Chief Minister re mandatory sentencing (Ms Martin).......................609 Censure of the Chief Minister re the GST package (Mrs Hickey) ......................184 Censure, Minister for Health (Mr Dunham) re - crisis at the Royal Darwin Hospital accident and emergency unit (Mr Henderson) ..................................560 Censure, Minister for Health, Family and Children's Services (Mr Dunham) for his failure to provide a renal dialysis service in Tennant Creek (Mrs Hickey) ..........................................................................................................................852 Centenary of Commonwealth Parliament Commemoration, 9 and 10 May 2001 (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................827 Charles Darwin National Park, Plan of Management - Note paper (Mr Baldwin) ..........................................................................................................................421 Charles Darwin National Park, Plan of Management ­ Note paper (Mr Baldwin) ..........................................................................................................................288 Chief Minister's misleading answers to questions on 25th February and 29th February 2000 be referred to the Committee of Privileges ­ Negatived (Mr Stirling) .....................................................................................................628 Chief Minister's misleading answers to questions on 25th February and 29th February 2000 be referred to the Committee of Privileges (Mr Stirling)........624 Children and families ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) ...........................................208 Chronic Diseases Strategies Note statement (Mr Dunham) ................................532 Coalition government's tax reform package (Mr Stone) .....................................219 Commercial Tenancies Legislation, Discussion Paper, August 2000 ­ Note paper and statement (Mr Baldwin) ............................................................................761 Commissioner for Health and Community Services Complaints - appoint Peter Allen Lyle Boyce (Mr Burke) ........................................................125, 133 Committee of Privileges Report No. 1, February 2001 ­ Report into matter referred by the Assembly on 30 November 2000 - Note (Mr Palmer)...............................................859, 872 Report No. 1, February 2001 ­ Report into matter referred by the Assembly on 30 November 2000 - Print (Mr Palmer).......................................................859 Committee of Privileges, Appoint Dr Toyne.......................................................831 Committee of Privileges, Appoint Mr Palmer .....................................................831 Committee of Privileges, Appoint Mr Poole .......................................................830 Committee of Privileges, Discharge Mr Burke....................................................831 Committee of Privileges, Discharge Ms Martin ..................................................831 Committee on Use and Abuse of Substances by the Community - Proposed committee - Negatived (Mr Toyne) ...................................................................25 Commonwealth/State financial relations, Premiers' Conference, 13 November 1998 ­ Note statement (Mr Stone)...................................................................257 Competition in the Territory electricity market ­ Note statement (Mr Reed) .....565 Compulsory student unionism in universities (Ms Martin) .................................480 Condolence, Sir Donald George Bradman AC, died on Sunday 25 February 2001 (Paper 2346) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................851 Conduct and Outcomes of the Northern Territory Expo '98 (Paper 534) (Mr Manzie) .....................................................................................................172 Constitutional Convention for the Northern Territory Note statement (Mr Stone).................................................................................62 31
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) Correctional Services, new initiatives ­ Note statement (Mr Manzie)................656 Crime prevention initiative, NT Safe ­ Note statement (Mr Reed).....................900 Crime Prevention Unit (Mr Stirling) ...................................................................545 Crime Prevention Unit (Mr Stirling) - negatived.................................................550 Crimes Victims Advisory Committee on Crime Victims Assistance Note paper (Mr Stone) ...............................................................................62, 174 Cultural visits and economic links to Greece (Ms Martin)..........................837, 843 Darwin Harbour and environs, suburban expansion around (Mr Baldwin) ........774 Darwin Harbour, processes put in place to protect natural values ­ Note statement (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................611 Defence industry in the Territory ­ Note statement (Paper 2092).......................771 Democratic Statehood by 1 January 2001 (Mrs Hickey).....................224, 226, 229 Department of Arts and Museums amalgamation from the Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory, the Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs and the Araluen Centre in Alice Springs - Note statement (Mr Manzie) .................93 Department of Corporate and Information Services, operation over past 18 months ­ Note statement (Mr Adamson)......................................................................647 Department of Local Government 1998/99 ­ Performance Report - Note statement (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................695 Designated flood levels applying to Katherine for building and development purposes ­ Note statement (Mr Baldwin) ........................................................752 Developments and strategies of the Northern Territory Office Communications, Science and Advanced Technology to keep pace with global changes in new technologies (Paper 2021) (Mr Adamson).......................................................752 Directions under Section 67(3)(b) of the Planning Act in respect of planning applications - Note papers (Mr Palmer).............................................................78 Dissent from Speaker's Ruling re use by Mr Stirling of unparliamentary language, offensive words used against a group (also see statement issued 26 November 98) .............................................................................................289 Distribution Committee, 2000 Distribution of Northern Territory Electoral Divisions, Volume I and Report of the Distribution Committee, 2000 Distribution of Northern Territory Electoral Divisions, Volume II ­ Motion to approve distribution (Mr Burke)..............................................................666, 691 Diversify the Territory economy to ensure service industry growth in the Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Reed).............................................................................583 Division Bells - Sessiional Order - Amendment to SO 161, adopted....................20 Draft Constitution for the State of the Northern Territory Adopt paper (Paper 552) (Mr Burke) ..............................................................181 Dry land salinity funding in the Territory - Note (Mr Baldwin) .........................864 East Timor (Mr Bailey)................................................................................443, 483 East Timor and its effects on the Territory - Note statement (Mr Burke) ...........627 East Timor consultation ballot under the auspices of the United Nations ­ Note statement (Mr Burke).......................................................................................542 32
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) East Timor since act of popular consultation on 30 August 1999 ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................546 Economic activity within the business community of the Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................620 Economic Development of the Kakadu Region and Jabiru ­ Note statement (Mr Burke).......................................................................................590 Education reform in the Northern Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Adamson) ...446 Education services in the Northern Territory and future directions ­ Note statement (Mr Lugg) ........................................................................................652 Electricity Transmission Line from Darwin to Katherine, purchase - Note (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................814 Environment Committee, appoint Mr Terrence Mills (Mr Palmer) ....................814 Environment Committee, discharge Dr Richard Lim (Mr Palmer) .....................814 Environmental aspects of delivering services by the Power and Water Authority ­ Note statement (Mr Dunham) ..........................................................................566 Exploration initiatives by government ­ Note statement (Mr Poole)..................258 Fast tracking of sexual offenders through the courts (Mr Stirling) .............955, 965 Fishcount Survey of the Northern Territory's recreational fishing industry ­ Note Statement (Mr Palmer)............................................................................121 Fishing Access Summit (Dr Toyne) ............................................................769, 777 Flynn, Rev Dr Francis Stanislaus (Frank), MSC, AC., passed away Saturday 29 July 2000 ­ condolence (Mr Burke) ................................................................743 Fostering of partnerships in Aboriginal development ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) ..........................................................................................................................561 Foundations for our Future - Build on a Successful Resource-based Economy Note statement (Mr Manzie)............................................................................527 Foundations for Our Future ­ Foundation One, Lifestyle and Social Development of Territorians in all its aspects ­ Note statement (Mr Palmer).......................971 Foundations for Our Future - Note statement (Mr Burke)...................................624 Foundations for our Future in the Northern Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) ..........................................................................................................................472 Foundations for Our Future, Foundation One, Lifestyle and future development projects and quality of life for Territorians ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) ......957 Foundations for our Future, Territory lifestyle issues ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) ..........................................................................................................................600 Foundations for Our Future, The Arts and the Territory Lifestyle - Note statement (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................528 Fuel Pricing and Costs in the Territory ­ Negatived (Ms Martin) ..............768, 775 Funding and Grants in the development of sport and recreation activities (Paper 2024) (Mr Lugg)...................................................................................753 Good Governance ­ Negatived (Ms Martin) ...............................................768, 775 Governemnt Housing Construction Program (Dr Lim) .......................................848 Government arrangements and policy directions under Chief Minister (Mr Burke) ­ Note statement ......................................................................398, 420, 433, 437 Greenhouse Effect on the Northern Territory, in terms of job losses and reduction in export earnings - Note statement (Mr Stone) ................................................54 33
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) GST Impact on Tax Zone Rebate (Ms Martin)............................................694, 701 Gulf Crisis (Mr Stone) ...........................................................................................77 Health and Community Services Complaints Commissioner for the Northern Territory, re-appoint Peter Allen Lyle Boyce to the Office for a period of five years, with effect on and from 27 March 2000 (Paper 1703) (Mr Burke).......619 Health Care Facilities in the Northern Territory (Mr Palmer) - Note..................848 Health Care in the Northern Territory - Note statement (Mr Burke).....................40 Health service industry in the Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Dunham) ...........672 HomeNorth and Housing 2003 schemes ­ Note statement (Mrs Braham)..........744 Honda Masters Games 1998, Alice Springs ­ Note statement (Mr Adamson) ...263 Honda Masters Games 2000 ­ Note statement (Mr Lugg) ..................................815 House Committee Appoint Mr Ah Kit (Mrs Hickey)....................................................................254 Appoint Mr Balch and Mrs Hickey .................................................................399 Appoint Mr Mitchell (Mr Coulter) ..................................................................402 Discharge Mr Dunham, Ms Martin and Mr McCarthy....................................399 Discharge Mr Stirling (Mrs Hickey)................................................................254 Housing priorities for the Territory ­ Note statement (Mrs Braham)..................553 Immunization program across the Territory (Paper 2396) (Mr Dunham) ...........864 Implementation of Planning for Growth initiatives and operational status of the Department of Corporate and Information Services ­ Note statement (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................420 Indonesia, changes for the better ­ Note statement (Mr Burke)..........................711 Inhalant substance abuse and petrol sniffing in the Northern Territory Note statement (Mr Burke) ..............................................................................162 Initiatives and Development of Territory Women Note statement (Mr Stone).................................................................................97 Innovations, research and developments in the portfolio areas of health and essential services ­ Note statement (Mr Dunham) ..........................................762 Innovative Northern Territory Economy ­ Note statement (Mr Reed) ...............758 Interactive Gaming and Gambling ­ Note statement (Mr Baldwin)....................888 Interactive Gaming Industry, developments (Paper 2354) (Mr Baldwin) ...........854 International Force East Timor Mission, Operation Stabilise East Timor (Mr Burke) (Paper 1851) .................................................................................671 Jabiluka uranium mine development (Paper 1632) (Mr Burke) ..........................590 Judges and Magistrates Salaries and Allowances (Mr Stirling) - Notice of motion ..........................................................................................................................646 Katherine and Daly River Regions Floods, 26 January 1998 (Mr Reed) ..............66 Katherine and Daly River Regions Floods, Report on the Functions, Northern Territory Counter Disaster Council, January 1998 - Note statement (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................209 Kava, licensing of traders and harmful effects of kava use ­ Note statement (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................747 Kenbi (Cox Peninsula) Land Claim Report by the Aboriginal Land Commissioner (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................842 34
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) King Ash Bay Fishing Club, Borroloola ­ Negatived (Mrs Hickey) ..........767, 774 Land and Geographic Information management (LAIS) in the Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................789 Law of property in the Northern Territory (Paper 887 (Mr Stone) .....................532 Law of property in the Northern Territory (Paper 887) (Mr Stone) ....................283 Law Reform Committee Reports on sexual assault prosecution and self defence and provocation - Note (Mr Burke) .................................................................854 Law, Order and Anti-Social Behaviour ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) ................888 Leaders' Forum of Premiers and Chief Ministers in Melbourne on 31 October 1997, the Special Premiers' Conference on Taxation Reform on 6 November 1997 in Canberra, the National Domestic Violence Summit, the Council of Australian Governments and Treaties Council meetings held on 7 November 1997 - Note statement (Mr Stone) .....................................................................33 Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee Appoint Members (Mr Coulter).......................................................................210 Appoint Mr Balch (alternate member).............................................................399 Appoint Mr Mills 10 August 1999 (Mr Palmer)..............................................519 Appoint Mr Stirling (Mrs Hickey)...................................................................254 Appoint Mrs Hickey 10 August 1999 (Mr Palmer) .........................................519 Appoint Ms S Carter ........................................................................................647 Appointment of alternate government member, Mr McCarthy (Mr Coulter) .243 Appointment of alternate opposition members Mr Bailey, Mr Ah Kit, and Mr Toyne (Mr Coulter)................................................................................243 Discharge Mr Ah Kit (Mrs Hickey).................................................................254 Discharge Mr Lugg 10 August 1999 (Mr Palmer)...........................................519 Discharge Mr McCarthy (alternate member)...................................................399 Discharge Mr S Balch......................................................................................647 Discharge of Mrs Hickey and Ms Martin (Mr Coulter)...................................243 Membership (Mrs Hickey)...............................................................................238 Reference amendment to reporting date re Statehood referendum outcomes (Mr Coulter) ........................................................................................................402 Reference, amendment of (Mrs Hickey)..........................................................238 Report of Inquiry into appropriate measures to facilitate Statehood ­ Note and adopt recommendations numbered 1 to 6 (Mr Hatton)................................461 Report of Inquiry into appropriate measures to facilitate Statehood ­ Note and adopt recommendations Numbered 1 to 6 (Mr Hatton)...............................529 Report of Inquiry into appropriate measures to facilitate Statehood - Print (Mr Hatton) ..................................................................................................461 Standing Order 21B Terms of Reference, amendment (Mr Coulter) ..............244 Terms of Reference (Mr Coulter) ....................................................................210 Library and information services to remote and Aboriginal communities. (Paper 2397) (Mr Adamson)............................................................................864 Liquid Natural Gas industry in the Northern Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Stone)........................................................................................................248 35
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) Local Government reform and development in the Northern Territory - Note statement (Mrs Braham) ..................................................................................407 Local Government reform, development and future directions ­ Note statement (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................662 lost generation and Aboriginal reconciliation (Mrs Hickey)................................31 Mandatory imprisonment for juveniles - Negatived (Mr Stirling) ......................409 Mandatory imprisonment for juveniles committing property offences (Mr Stirling) ..........................................................................................................................401 Mandatory sentencing (Ms Martin) .....................................................................442 Mandatory sentencing in the Northern Territory ­ Note Statement (Mr Stone) .115 Mandatory sentencing provisions of the Territory (Mr Burke) ...........................610 Mental Health Act Annual Report 1 July 1995 to 30 June 1996 Note paper (Mr Burke).......................................................................................99 Mental Health Act Annual Report 1 July 1996 to 30 June 1997 Note paper (Mr Burke).......................................................................................99 Merlin Project Agreement Amendment ­ Note statement (Mr Manzie) .............877 Merlin Project Agreement, Amendment - Note paper and Statement (Mr Manzie) ..........................................................................................................................962 Mimosa Pigra (Paper 1698) (Mr Palmer) ............................................................613 Minerals industry development in the Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Manzie) 652 Minerals Industry's record in occupational health and safety and environmental management ­ Note statement (Mr Manzie) ...................................................415 Morphine sulphate prescription rate in the Territory ­ Negatived (Mr Henderson) ..................................................................................................................769, 777 Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory, Cultural and Scientific Research undertaken ­ Note statement (Mr Adamson) ...................................700 Mussel, black striped infestation in Northern Territory waters ­ Note statement (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................457 N T Expo, July 99 ­ Note statement (Mr Manzie) ..............................................520 Native Title impediments on developing mining and exploration in the Territory Note (Mr Manzie) ............................................................................................859 Native Title issues facing the Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Burke)................565 Northern Territory `Expo 2000' at the Darwin High School ­ Note statement (Mr Manzie) ............................................................................................................744 Northern Territory Directions - Transforming the Track into a Superhighway Note statement (Mr Adamson)...........................................................................34 Northern Territory exploration initiatives (Paper 2307) (Mr Manzie) ................838 Northern Territory Government Supplier Strategy for GST ­ Note statement (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................623 Northern Territory Horticulture Industry ­ Note statement (Mr Palmer)............828 Northern Territory Institute of Sport, development of the ­ Note statement (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................525 Northern Territory Road Safety Strategy 2001-2003 ­ Note paper (Mr Palmer)886 Northern Territory Senate Vacancy - Rules of Procedure (Mr Coulter) .............144 Northern Territory Statehood Convention - Note papers (Mr Coulter)...............181 36
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) Northern Territory Statehood Convention - Note Papers (Mr Coulter)...............136 Northern Territory Statehood Convention, Report and extract of New State Constitution - Print Papers (Mr Coulter) .........................................................136 Northern Territory Tourism ­ Note Statement (Mr Stone)..................................121 Northern Territory's National Highway Strategy for the next 20 years ­ Note statement (Mr Palmer) .....................................................................................661 NTETA role and directions of the Northern Territory's Education and Training facility ­ Note statement (Mr Lugg) ................................................................711 Office of Aboriginal Development, strategic directions of ­ Note statement (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................432 Oil and gas exploration and development in the Timor Sea (Paper 391) (Mr Poole) ..........................................................................................................................127 Oil and gas reserves in the Timor Sea (Ms Martin).............................................963 Ombudsman Annual Report, 1998/99 (Mr Burke) ..............................................643 Ombudsman, 1996-97 Note report (Mr Stone) ................................................................................35, 67 Print (Mr Stone) .................................................................................................35 Ombudsman, 1997/98 (20th) Note report (Mr Stone) ............................................................................270, 462 Print (Mr Stone) ...............................................................................................270 Ombudsman, 1998/99, Twenty First Report ­ Note report .................................602 Ombudsman, 1998/99, Twenty First Report ­ Print............................................602 Ombudsman, Recommending re-appointment of Peter Allen Lyle Boyce to hold the Office of Ombudsman for the Northern Territory for a period of five years, with effect on and from 27 March 2000 (Paper 1679).....................................607 One Nation Party (Mrs Hickey) (Paper 519) ...............................................161, 162 Opiate use in the Northern Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Dunham) ................800 Partnership Agreements with Local Government, development by government ­ Note statement (Dr Lim)..................................................................................900 Personal information and privacy of records ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) .......456 Planning Act, amendments ­ Note statement (Mr Palmer) .................................288 Planning Developments for Central Darwin - Note statement (Mr Burke) .........535 Planning Developments for Central Darwin ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) ........536 Planning For Growth Note statement (Mr Reed).................................................244 Planning for Growth processes and initiatives since October 1998 ­ Note statement (Mr Reed) ........................................................................................276 Planning regime of the Northern Territory (Ms Martin) .....................................482 Plans of Management for Conservation Reserves, Rainbow Valley, Illamurta Springs and Mac Clark (Acacia Peuce) - Note papers (Mr Baldwin) .........28, 67 Population growth prospects of the Darwin Region Note statement (Mr Palmer).............................................................................172 Port of Darwin, Full Steam Ahead for 2000 ­ Note statement (Mr Coulter) ......472 Power outages in the Wanguri/Tiwi area Note statement (Mr Poole).................................................................................78 Premiers' Conference 1999 held in Canberra, April 1999 ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................445 37
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) Pricing of petrol in the Northern Territory - Move motion forthwith - negatived ..........................................................................................................................120 Pricing of petrol in the Northern Territory (Mrs Hickey)............................110, 164 Primary Exports of the Territory and cattle trade ­ Note statement (Mr Palmer) ..........................................................................................................................248 Primary Industry sector in the Northern Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Palmer) ..........................................................................................................................487 Private security controllers, review of levels and standards of training conducted by the Northern Territory Licensing Commission ­ Note statement (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................784 Privatisation of community assets, hospitals and PAWA (Mrs Hickey) .............255 Privileges Committee Appoint Mr Burke and Ms Martin ...................................................................399 Appoint Mr Mills 10 August 1999 (Mr Palmer)..............................................519 Appoint Mr Stone 10 August 1999 (Mr Palmer) .............................................519 Discharge Mr Lugg 10 August 1999 (Mr Palmer)...........................................519 Discharge Mr McCarthy 10 August 1999 (Mr Palmer)...................................519 Discharge Mrs Hickey and Mr Stone ..............................................................399 Production of records of the Parliament - Standing Order 296 Lands Acquisition Act - Statement of Reasons for Acquisition - East Arm, pursuant to section 44(3), dated 6 October 1994 (Paper 177) (Mr Palmer) 825 Prospects for regional growth and implications for the Territory (Paper 1743) (Mr Manzie) ...............................................................................631 Public Accounts Committee Annual Report (No. 32) 1997-98 ­ Note report (Mr Dunham) ...............282, 433 Annual Report (No. 32) 1997-98 ­ Print (Mr Dunham)..................................282 Annual Report 1998/99 ­ Note report (Mr Poole)...................................600, 618 Annual Report 1998/99 - Print (Mr Poole) ......................................................600 Annual Report for the Year Ended 30 June 1997, Report No 31, dated February 1998 Note paper (Mr Dunham).......................................................................98, 174 Print (Mr Dunham) ........................................................................................98 Appoint Dr Lim................................................................................................399 Appoint Mr Elferink (Mr Coulter)...................................................................244 Appoint Mr Henderson 10 August 1999 (Mr Palmer).....................................519 Appoint Mr Poole 10 August 1999 (Mr Palmer) .............................................519 Discharge Mr Dunham.....................................................................................399 Discharge Mr Hatton (Mr Coulter) ..................................................................244 Discharge Mr Lugg 10 August 1999 (Mr Palmer)...........................................519 38
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) Public Accounts Committee (cont) Reference Funding Bodies on Development Projects on Aboriginal Outstations and Communities - Amendment of date for reporting (August 99 sittings) (Mr Lugg).................................................................................................484 Funding Bodies on Development Projects on Aboriginal Outstations and Communities - Amendment of date for reporting (Mr Coulter) ..............431 Funding Bodies on Development Projects on Aboriginal Outstations and Communities - Amendment of date for reporting (Mr Lugg)..................464 Funding Bodies on Development Projects on Aboriginal Outstations and Communities (Mr Stone) ...........................................................................92 Report No. 33, Report on the Auditor-General's Mid Year Report and End of Financial Year Reports 1995-96 to 1998 ­ Fees, Fines and Outstanding Debts ­ Note report (Mr Coulter)...........................................................................436 Report No. 33, Report on the Auditor-General's Mid Year Report and End of Financial Year Reports 1995-96 to 1998 ­ Fees, Fines and Outstanding Debts ­ Print (Mr Coulter) .....................................................................................436 Report No. 33, Report on the Auditor-General's Mid year Report and End of Financial Year Reports 1995-96 to 1998 ­ Fees, Fines and Outstanding Debts ­ Note report (Mr Coulter)...........................................................................520 Report No. 34 of the inquiry into the Roles of various funding bodies in the development and maintenance of roads, airstrips and barge landings on Aboriginal communities and outstations in the Northern Territory ­ Note paper(Mr Poole) ...........................................................................................536 Report No. 34 of the inquiry into the Roles of various funding bodies in the development and maintenance of roads, airstrips and barge landings on Aboriginal communities and outstations in the Northern Territory - Print (Mr Poole)....................................................................................................536 Report No. 34 of the Inquiry into the Roles of various funding bodies in the development and maintenance of roads, airstrips and barge landings on Aboriginal communities and outstations in the Northern Territory ­ Note Paper ............................................................................................................557 Public Accounts Committee, Annual Report 1999/2000 ­ Note (Mr Poole) ......849 Public Accounts Committee, Annual Report No. 36, 1999/2000, dated August 2000 ­ Note report (Mr Poole) ........................................................................829 Public Accounts Committee, Annual Report No. 36, 1999/2000, dated August 2000 - Print (Mr Poole)....................................................................................829 Public Accounts Committee, appoint Mr Terrence Mills (Mr Palmer) ...............814 Public Accounts Committee, discharge Dr Richard Lim (Mr Palmer)................814 Public Hospital Funding (Mr Henderson) - Negatived........................................842 public housing reform initiatives - Note statement (Mr Baldwin) ......................270 Public Service, research and innovation work achieved under the auspices of government ­ Note statement (Mr Burke) .......................................................756 Quarantine controls and issues facing the Northern Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................432 Questions postponed until 3 pm this day (Mr Palmer) ........................................835 39
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) Rapid Creek land use objectives (Ms Martin) .............................................955, 964 Referendum question, Do you agree that we should become a State (Mr Stone)190 Referendums Act 1998, pursuant to section 5 (Mr Stone) ..................................183 Reform of the Power and Water Authority, Six Months On ­ Note statement (Mr Coulter) .....................................................................................................487 Regional Agreements (Mr Toyne) ...............................................................401, 410 Remuneration Tribunal Determination No. 1 of 2000 ­ Ministers and Members of the Legislative Assembly, tabled on 30 November 2000 - Disapprove (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................843 Remuneration Tribunal Determination No. 1 of 2001 - Ministers and Members of the Legislative Assembly - Note (Mr Palmer).................................................843 Remuneration Tribunal Determination No. 1 of 2001 - Ministers and Members of the Legislative Assembly - Print (Mr Palmer).................................................843 Remuneration Tribunal Report and Determination No. 1 of 1997 for Ministers and Members of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly Disapprove parts (Mr Stone)..............................................................................54 Print (Mr Stone) .................................................................................................54 Remuneration, Salary and Allowances of Judges and Magistrates - Note papers (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................773 Report on the First Five Years of the Operation of the Prostitution Regulation Act ­ Note Paper (Mr Stone) ..........................................................................121, 174 Report on the Inquiry into the Issue of Kava Note paper (Mr Burke).......................................................................................48 Report on the Inquiry into the Issue of Kava Regulation prepared for the former Sessional Committee on the Use and Abuse of Alcohol by the Community Authority to Table, draft report (Mr Burke) ......................................................46 Rescue at Uluru/Ayers Rock (Mr Bailey)....................................................160, 163 Researching and Marketing projects to encourage development of the Northern Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Burke)............................................................877 Residential Building Indemnity Scheme, Discussion Paper ­ Note paper and statement (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................755 Residential Tenancies Bill, Draft (Paper 1083) and Residential Tenancies (Consequential Amendments) Bill, Draft ­ Note papers (Mr Baldwin)..........461 Resource development as a building block to expansion of the economic base in the Territory (Paper 1728) (Mr Manzie)..........................................................627 Response times to Written Questions, proposed Standing Order 118 ­ Negatived (Dr Toyne) ...............................................................................................769, 779 Rights of the Terminally Ill Act 1995 Report pursuant to Section 14 of the Rights of the Terminally Ill Act 1995 Note report (Paper 78) (Mr Stone).................................................................39 Rights of the Terminally Ill Act, Report on the Deaths under Note statement (Mr Stone).................................................................................95 Road safety initiatives and strategies ­ Note statement (Mr Reed).....................270 Road Safety Practices and Policy Developments in the Northern Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Palmer) .....................................................................................553 40
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) Royal Darwin Hospital, funding (Mr Henderson) ...............................................836 Sale of Ayers Rock and Alice Springs Resorts and dissolution fo Yulara Town Council - Note statement (Mr Reed)..................................................................26 Sale of the Northern Territory TAB ­ Note statement (Mr Baldwin) .................700 Select Committee on Territory Food Prices Appoint Members Mr Balch, Dr Lim, Mr Mitchell, Mr Stirling, Mr Ah Kit (Mr Burke) ...................................................................................................415 Food Prices in the Northern Territory ­ Price, Quality and Choice - Striking a Fair Balance Report, Volumes I, II and III ­ Note Report (Dr Lim)...........577 Report, Food Prices in the Northern Territory ­ Price, Quality and Choice Striking A Fair Balance, Volume 1 ­ Report (Paper 1497), Volume 2 ­ Written Submissions (Paper 1498) and Volume 3 ­ Transcripts of Proceedings (Paper 1499) (Dr Lim) ­ Note report ..............................543, 588 Report, Food Prices in the Northern Territory ­ Price, Quality and Choice Striking A Fair Balance, Volume 1 ­ Report (Paper 1497), Volume 2 ­ Written Submissions (Paper 1498) and Volume 3 ­ Transcripts of Proceedings (Paper 1499) (Dr Lim) ­ Print.................................................543 Terms of reference (Mr Burke)................................................................406, 415 Senate Vacancy - candidate Ms Patricia Margaret Crossin (Mrs Hickey) ..........144 Senate vacancy on resignation of Senator Collins (Mr Stone) ....................131, 137 Sessional Committee on the Environment Appoint Mr Hatton...........................................................................................399 Appoint Ms S Carter ........................................................................................647 Discharge Mr Dunham.....................................................................................399 Discharge Mr Hatton........................................................................................647 Report, August 1998 - Note paper (Dr Lim)............................................248, 260 Report, August 1998 - Print (Dr Lim) .............................................................248 Report, November 1999 ­ Note paper (Dr Lim)..............................................590 Report, November 1999 ­ Print (Dr Lim) .......................................................590 Sessional Committee on the Environment, November 1999 Report - Note report (Dr Lim) ...........................................................................................................625 Standing Orders Committee Appoint Mr Ah Kit 10 August 1999 (Mr Palmer) ...........................................519 Appoint Mr Burke 24 November 1998 (Mr Burke).........................................254 Appoint Mr Coulter..........................................................................................399 Appoint Mr Palmer 10 August 1999 (Mr Palmer)...........................................519 Discharge Mr Burke.........................................................................................399 Discharge Mr Coulter 24 November 1998 (Mr Burke) ...................................254 First Report, Matters relating to Disorder, dated November 1997 Print (Mr Coulter) ..........................................................................................54 Second Report, 8TH Assembly Note and adopt recommendations (Mr Coulter) ..................................189, 210 Print (Mr Coulter) ........................................................................................189 Statehood for the Northern Territory Note statement (Mr Coulter)....................................................................160, 180 Statehood Referendum (Mrs Hickey) ..................................................................215 41
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) Stolen Generation (Mrs Hickey) (Paper 239) ........................................................70 Strategy for Conservation of threatened species - Note Papers (Mr Baldwin)..136 Student unionism in universities (Ms Martin) .....................................................472 Subordinate Legislation and Publications Committee Appoint members (Mr Coulter) .......................................................................211 Appoint Mr Rioli..............................................................................................399 Discharge Ms Martin .......................................................................................399 Terms of reference - (Paper 606) (Mr Coulter) ...............................................211 Suspend Committee of the Whole consideration of the Appropriation Bill 20012002 (Serial 308)......................................................................................945, 949 Suspension of Members and withdrawal from Chamber -"Sin Bin" provision.....23 Suspension of sitting, Tuesday 20 June 2000 - Further consideration in Committee of the Whole (Mr Palmer)................................................................................725 Suspension of sitting, Wednesday 21 June 2000 - Further consideration in Committee of the Whole (Mr Palmer) .............................................................729 Tax reform ­ Note statement (Mr Reed)..............................................................209 Taxi, private hire car and mini-bus industry (Mr Bailey)............................184, 225 Technology by the Territory's Police, Fire and emergency services ­ Note statement (Mr Reed) ........................................................................................804 Technology driven community, advances in the future ­ Note statement (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................................800 Temporary employment contract use in the Northern Territory Public Service (Mr Stirling) ....................................................................................................956, 965 Territory and Darwin as a Supply, Service and Distribution Centre for the Region. Note statement (Mr Palmer).............................................................................542 Territory Business Centres and Business Growth ­ Note statement) (Mr Baldwin) ..........................................................................................................................480 Territory education system (Mr Lugg) ................................................................848 Territory Statehood, reaffirm commitment (Mr Stone) .......................................215 Territory style entertainment and shows being embraced by Territorians ­ Note statement (Mr Adamson) .................................................................................784 Territory Youth ­ Here and Now, The Future A Re-Commitment to Policy ­ Note statement (Mr Stone)........................................................................................264 Territory's health system, Issues and Future Directions ­ Note statement (Mr Dunham) ...................................................................................................450 Territory's racing, gaming and licensing industries ­ Note statement (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................525 Timor Gas and Oil Developments ­ Note statement (Mr Manzie)......................906 Tourism in the Northern Territory ­ Note statement (Mr Stone) ........................282 Town planning regime of the Country Liberal Party (Ms Martin) ......................472 Treasurer's Annual Financial Report 1999/2000 ­ Note (Mr Reed) ...................830 Treasurer's Annual Financial Report 1999/2000 (Paper 2172) - Note (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................804 42
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII MOTIONS (Substantive) (cont) Treasurer's Annual Financial Report 1999/2000 (Paper 2172) - Print (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................804 Treasurer's Annual Financial Report and Statement 1997/98 ­ Note Report (Mr Reed).................................................................................................248, 266 Treasurer's Annual Financial Report and Statement 1998/99 ­ Note paper (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................596 Treasurer's Annual Financial Report and Statement 1998-99 ­ Note paper (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................575 Treasurer's Annual Financial Report for 1996/97 - Note paper (Mr Reed) ..........46 Treasurer's Annual Financial Report for 1996/97 - Note paper (Mr Reed)...........67 Treaties ratification (Mr Burke)...................................................................814, 860 Uranium mining in the Northern Territory and development of the Jabiluka Mine (Paper 780) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................269 Voter Opinion Research - Negatived (Mr Stirling) .............................................408 Water Resource Assessment in the Northern Territory ­ Note Statement (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................112 Weeds Management Bill 1997, Draft Note paper (Mr Palmer) .....................................................................................62 White Spot Syndrome Virus infecting prawns at the Darwin Aquaculture Centre (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................838 Workplace Safety and Compensation for Injured Workers ­ Note Statement (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................116 Year 2000 project ­ Note statement (Mr Adamson)............................................575 NOTICE TO DECLARE OPEN THE EIGHTH ASSEMBLY Administrator (Paper 1) ...........................................................................................1 PAPERS TABLED $6m upgrade for emergency centre, Northern Territory News, dated 27 April 1999 (Paper 2310) (Mr Henderson)..........................................................................841 2000 Strategic Review of the Northern Territory Auditor-General's Office, Lee White, Assistant Auditor-General, NSW Audit Office, July 2000 (Paper 2050) ..........................................................................................................................766 44th Commonwealth Parliamentary conference and 18th Small Countries Conference, New Zealand , October 1998, Part 1 ­ Report (Paper 765) (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................266 44th Commonwealth Parliamentary conference and 18th Small Countries Conference, New Zealand , October 1998, Part 2 - Documents (Paper 766) (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................266 50th Anniversary Commemoration of Parliamentary Democracy in the Northern Territory of Australia, 16th of February 1998 (Paper 303) (Mr Stone)...........106 A Guide to Tourism Business by Department of Industries and Business (Paper 2034) (Mr Baldwin)..............................................................................757 A Management Program for cycads in the Northern Territory of Australia 1997 (Paper 148) (Mr Baldwin)..................................................................................49 43
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) A Management Program for Ptychosperma bleeseri Burret in the Northern Territory of Australia, Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory (Paper 411) (Mr Baldwin) ................................................................136 A Management Program for the Greater Bilby, Macrotis lagotis, in the Northern Territory of Australia, Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory (Paper 410) (Mr Baldwin) ................................................................136 A Management Program for the Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo, Calyptorhynchus banksii, in the Northern Territory of Australia 1997 (Paper 147) (Mr Baldwin) ............................................................................................................................49 A Northern Territory Government Tribute to the East Timor effort 1999 (Paper 1506).....................................................................................................546 A Report on the response procedures and processes implemented with respect to the power supply outage to the Darwin suburbs of Tiwi and Wanguri on Monday 5th January 1998, Network Operations - Northern Region, Power and Water Authority - Draft Report - (Paper 230) (Mrs Hickey).............................66 A Strategy for Conservation Through the Sustainable Use of Wildlife in the Northern Territory of Australia (Paper 146)......................................................49 A Strategy for the Conservation of the Threatened Species and Ecological Communities in the Northern Territory of Australia, Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory (Paper 409 ) (Mr Baldwin) ................136 Aboriginal Community Housing Stock (Paper 1969) (Mrs Braham)..................732 Aboriginal Education News, Issue No. 10 ­ Indigenous Education Outcomes Report, 1997 ­ 1999 Triennium) (Paper 668) (Mr Adamson).........................234 Aboriginal Employment and career development Strategy ­ Guidelines, Draft (Paper 1317) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................495 Aboriginal Health Initiatives by Territory Health Services (Paper 1842) (Mr Mitchell) ...................................................................................................666 Aboriginal Housing Business Division, administrative support (Paper 1972) (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................733 Aboriginal Land Rights Applications Transactions as at 30 April 2001 (Paper 2543) (Mr Manzie) ...............................................................................947 Aboriginal Mining Enterprise Task Force, Annual Report 1997 (Paper 460) (Mr Poole)........................................................................................................151 Aboriginal Mining Enterprise Task Force, building relationships to stimulate new thinking and innovative industry (Paper 2213) (Mr Manzie) ..........................822 Aboriginal Regional Councils in the Territory (Paper 1970) (MrsBraham) .......732 Accounting and Property Manual, Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services (Paper 449) (Mr Reed) ......................................................................147 Achieving the Vision, An Introduction to Proposed Central Darwin Planning Scheme Amendment s 1999 (Paper 1457) (Mr Bladwin)................................535 ACTU Media Release, AIRC grants low paid $12 wage increase ­ Rejects employer and government submissions Minimum wage now more than $10 an hour, dated 29 April 1999 (Mr Ah Kit) (Paper 1120)......................................468 44
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Administration Maxims (For All Public Officers Associated with Northern Territory Administration), ca 1937 (Paper 394) (Mr Coulter).........................127 Administrative Arrangements Order, Northern Territory Government Gazette S 35, dated 4 August 99 (Paper 1402) (Mr Burke) .............................................518 Administrative Arrangements Order, the Northern Territory Government Gazette No. S 3 of 9 February 1999 (Paper 892)..........................................................397 Adventure Tourism ­ an experience in Southern Africa, Report by Honourable Mike Reed MLA (Paper 1764) (Mr Reed) ......................................................643 Advertisement ­ Australian Labor Party, Annual General Meeting, Katherine Review, Tuesday 14 March 2000 (Paper 1788)...............................................647 Advertisement ­ Palmerston Town Council ­ Expressions of Interest, Motel Style Accommodation, Lot 4177, Palmerston (Paper 921) (Mr Baldwin) ...............401 Advertisement for Sorriento Restaurant, Alice Springs ­ Centralian Advocate, Friday, 28 October 1959 (Paper 1521) (Dr Lim).............................................551 Advertisement, HIV/AIDS with photograph of Minister Burke. (Paper 457).....151 Advertisement, Most of Our Experiences are Priceless (Paper 2369) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................858 Advertisement, Northern Territory University, The University in the Right Place at the Right Time, Northern Territory News, Saturday 29 May 1999 (Paper 1375) (Mr Adamson)............................................................................504 Advertisement, Notice under Lands Acquisition Act, section 33(3) ­ Notice of proposed acquisition of land, dated 15 March 1999 by Minister T Baldwin, Northern Territory News dated 29 March 1999 (Paper 1356) (Mr Ah Kit) ....501 Advertisement, Refreshingly Inexpensive (Paper 2368) (Mr Reed) ...................858 Advertisement, Tracy Lodge with photograph of Minister Burke (Paper 456) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................151 Affirmations of allegiance and of office, Member for Port Darwin, Ms Susan Jill Carter, (Paper 1792).........................................................................................645 Agreement on Principles for the Reform of Commonwealth ­ State Financial Relations (Paper 735) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................257 Agreements Casino Operator's Agreement between Diamond Leisure Pty Ltd And MGM Grand Australia Pty Ltd (Paper 2511) .........................................................907 Casino Operator's Agreement between Peter Francis Adamson and Ford Dynasty, dated 16 July 1997 (Paper 72) ........................................................38 Northern Territory of Australia and The Australian Lottery Company Pty Ltd and Others, dated 10 April 1997 (Paper 71) ..................................................38 Alcohol Abuse and Anti-Social Behaviour Action Plan, Maggie Hickey MLA, Leader of the Opposition, and Syd Stirling MLA (Paper 565) (Mrs Hickey) .186 Alice Springs Central Area, Land Use Objectives & Planning Concepts, November 1996, Department Lands, Planning & Environment (Paper 1288) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................482 Alice Springs Regional Land Use Structure Plan 1989, Department Lands & Housing (Paper 1278) (Mr Baldwin) ...............................................................482 45
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Allied Health in Central Australia - Challenges and Rewards in Remote Area Practice, Report by Anne Bent, Northern Territory Department of Education (Paper 403) (Mr Toyne) ...................................................................................135 Allocation for training programs for Community and Local Government Authorities.(Paper 484) (Mr Baldwin).............................................................156 Amendment of Determination and Determination of Remuneration of Stipendiary Magistrates, dated 30 June 2000 (Paper 2104) Mr Burke) ..............................774 Amendment of Determination of Salary and Allowances and Determination of Allowance Payable to Judges (Other than the Chief Justice), Acting Judges or Additional Judges), dated 30 June 2000 (Paper 2102) (Mr Burke) .................774 Amendment of Determination of Salary and Allowances and Determination of Allowance Payable to the Chief Justice, dated 30 June 2000 (Paper 2101) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................773 Amendment of Determination of Salary and Allowances Payable to Judges (Other that the Chief Justice), Acting Judges or Additional Judges) of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory, 3 May 2000 (Paper 2100) Mr Burke) ..........773 Amendment of Determination of Salary and Allowances Payable to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Northern Territory, dated 3 May 2000 (Paper 2099) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................773 Amendments to Tapatjatjaka Community Government Scheme, Notice of approval in Northern Territory Government Gazette on 16 August 2000 (Paper2074)......................................................................................................772 Amnesty Infomercial by Peter Phelps, page 13, Review, September 1999 (Paper 1560) (Mr Stone) ..................................................................................571 An Extract from Volume 1 entitled, A New State Constitution for the Northern Territory (Paper 408) (Madam Speaker) .........................................................136 An Outline of the proposed NT Electricity Networks Access Code (Paper 1556) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................566 An Overview of proposed Market and Regulatory Arrangements (Paper 1557) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................566 Schedule of travel by type of travel ­ Intra Territory; Interstate .........................495 Animal Biosecurity Policy Memorandum 2000/057, Interim conditions on importation of green (uncooked) prawns by Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Australia, dated 14 December 2000 (Paper 2286) (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................837 Annual Reports Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority, 1996/97 (Paper 169)...........................57 Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority, 1997/98 (Paper 864).........................368 Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority, 1998/99 (Paper 1617).......................588 Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority, 1999/2000 (Paper 2212)...................825 Aboriginal Mining Enterprise Task Force, 1998 (Paper 1549) (Mr Manzie)..561 Actuarial Review of the Northern Territory Government and public authorities Superannuation Scheme as at 30 June 1998 (Paper 781) ............................271 Alice Springs Hospital Management Board, 1996/97 (Paper 165) ...................57 Alice Springs Hospital Management Board, 1997/98 (Paper 841) .................284 Alice Springs Hospital Management Board, 1998/99 (Paper 1587) ...............578 46
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Annual Reports (cont) Alice Springs Hospital Management Board, 1999/00 (Paper 2161) ...............801 Anti-Discrimination Commission Northern Territory, 1998/99 (Paper 1648) 603 Anti-Discrimination Commission, 1997/98 (Paper 873) .................................368 Anti-Discrimination Commission, 1999/2000 (Paper 2135) ...........................797 Arts and Museums, 1999/00 (Paper2120) .......................................................785 Auditor-General for the Northern Territory on Matters arising from Audits undertaken in the six months ended 31 December 1997, dated February 1998 (Paper 279) (Mrs Braham) .............................................................................92 Auditor-General for the Northern Territory, 1996-97 dated August 1997 (Paper 29) (Madam Speaker) .........................................................................25 Auditor-General for the Northern Territory, six months ending 30 June 1998, Report (Paper 580) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................208 Auditor-General`s Report to the Legislative Assembly, analysis of the 1999/2000 Treasurer's Annual Financial Statement (Paper 2182)..............813 Auditor-General's August 1999 Report to the Legislative Assembly (Paper 1487) (Mr McCarthy) .......................................................................541 Auditor­General's Report to the Legislative Assembly on the 1998/99 Treasurer's Annual Financial Statement (Paper 1610) (Mr Speaker) .........581 Auditor-General's Report, February 2000 Report (Paper 1712) (Mr McCarthy) ......................................................................................................................620 AustralAsia Railway Corporation for the period ending 30 June 1998 (Paper 954) (Mr Coulter) .............................................................................414 AustralAsia Railway Corporation, 1999/2000, (Paper 2379)..........................872 AustralAsia Railway Corporation, Annual Report 1998/99 (Paper 1655) (Mr Burke) .............................................................................600 Ayers Rock Resort Corporation and Controlled Entities Financial Statements for 1999/2000 (Paper 2244) (Mr Reed) .......................................................828 Ayers Rock Resort, 1998/99 (Paper 1541) ......................................................562 Ayers Rock Resort, 1999/2000 (Paper 2244) ..................................................832 Batchelor College 1 January - 30 June 1999/Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education 1 July - 31 December 1999 (Paper 2010) .....................749 Batchelor College, 1998 (Paper 1686).............................................................612 Centralian College 1997 (Paper 465)...............................................................157 Centralian College, 1998 (Paper 1385)............................................................514 Centralian College, 31 December 1999 (Paper 1958) .....................................740 Cobourg Peninsula Sanctuary and Marine Park Board 1998/99 (Paper 1959)740 Commissioner of Consumer Affairs, 1994/95, Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading Act (Paper 191).................................................................................57 Commissioner of Consumer Affairs, 1995/96, Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading Act (Paper 207).................................................................................57 Commissioner of Consumer Affairs, 1997/98 (Paper 1386) ...........................514 Corrigendum, Budget Paper No. 3, Issues in Public Finance 1998-99, Chapter 1, Northern Territory Fiscal Strategy (Paper 428).......................................149 Darwin Port Authority, 1996/97 (Paper 197) ....................................................57 47
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Annual Reports (cont) Darwin Port Authority, 1997/98 (Paper 867) ..................................................368 Darwin Port Authority, 1998/99 (Paper 1636) ................................................597 Darwin Port Corporation, 1999/2000 (Paper 2224).........................................832 Department of Arts and Museums, 1997/98 (Paper 720) ................................250 Department of Arts and Museums, 1998/99 (Paper 1584) ..............................578 Department of Asian Relations and Trade, 1999 (Paper 1745) .......................643 Department of Asian Relations and Trade, 1999/00 (Paper 2163)..................801 Department of Asian Relations, Trade and Industry, 1996/97 (Paper 158) ......57 Department of Asian Relations, Trade and Industry, Ministry of Regional Development, 1997/98 (Paper 871) .............................................................368 Department of Communications and Advanced Technology, (First) 1997/98 (Paper 691)...................................................................................................245 Department of Corporate and Information Services, 1998/99 (Paper 1644) ...603 Department of Corporate and Information Services, 1999/2000 (Paper 2227) ......................................................................................................................832 Department of Education, (Interim), 1 January 2000 to 30 June 2000 (Paper 2230).................................................................................................832 Department of Education, 1997 (Paper 692) ...................................................245 Department of Education, 1998/99 (Paper 1645) ............................................603 Department of Education, 1999 (Paper 1775) .................................................648 Department of Housing and Local Government 1996/97 (Paper 141) ..............50 Department of Housing and Local Government, 1997/98 (Paper 845) ...........284 Department of Housing, 1998/99 (Paper 1607)...............................................588 Department of Industries and Business, 1999/2000 (Paper 2232)...................832 Department of Industries and Business, Incorporating Racing and Gaming Authority, Liquor Commission, NT Tab and Work Health Authority, 1998/99 (Paper 1615)...................................................................................588 Department of Lands, Planning and Environment, 1996/97 (Paper 175)..........57 Department of Lands, Planning and Environment, 1997/98 (Paper 868)........368 Department of Local Government 1998/99 ­ Performance Report (Paper 1866) (Mrs Braham)...............................................................................................695 Department of Local Government, 1998/99 (Paper 1537) ..............................563 Department of Mines and Energy, 1996/97 (Paper 80) .....................................43 Department of Mines and Energy, 1997/98 (Paper 836) .................................284 Department of Mines and Energy, 1998/99 (Paper 1608) ...............................588 Department of Mines and Energy, 1999/2000 (Paper 2180) ...........................808 Department of Mines and Energy, Uranium Mining (Environment Control) Act, 18th Annual Report, 1 January - 31 December 1996 (Paper 84)...................43 Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries, 1996/97 (Paper 161) ...............57 Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries, 1997/98 (Paper 869) .............368 Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries, 1998/99 (Paper 1579) ...........578 Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries, 1999/2000 (Paper 2222) .......832 Department of Sport and Recreation, 1996/97 (Paper 193)...............................57 Department of Sport and Recreation, 1997/98 (Paper 662).............................235 Department of Sport and Recreation, 1998/99 (Paper 1536)...........................563 48
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Annual Reports (cont) Department of Sport and Recreation, 1999/2000 (Paper 2146).......................797 Department of the Chief Minister, 1996/97 (Paper 160) ...................................57 Department of the Chief Minister, 1997/98 (Paper 709) .................................250 Department of the Chief Minister, 1998/99 (Paper 1596) ...............................578 Department of the Chief Minister, 1999/2000 (Paper 2145) ...........................797 Department of the Legislative Assembly, 1996/97 (Paper 218)........................63 Department of the Legislative Assembly, 1997/98 (Paper 874)......................368 Department of the Legislative Assembly, 1998/99 (Paper 1609)....................588 Department of the Legislative Assembly, 1999/2000 (Paper 2176)................808 Department of Transport and Works 1997-98 ­ electronic disks copy (Paper 826) (Mr Coulter) .............................................................................282 Department of Transport and Works, 1996/97 (Paper 196) ..............................57 Department of Transport and Works, 1997/98 (Paper 834) ............................284 Department of Transport and Works, 1998/99 (Paper 1638) ..........................597 Department of Transport and Works, 1999/2000 (Paper 2223) ......................832 Director of Public Prosecutions, 1996/97 (Paper 170) ......................................57 Director of Public Prosecutions, 1997/98 (Paper 710) ....................................250 Director of Public Prosecutions, 1998/99 (Paper 1590) ..................................578 Director of Public Prosecutions, 1999/00 (Paper 2077) ..................................772 Domestic Violence Strategy, Annual Status Report, April 1996 to April 1997, Northern Territory Government (Paper 65) (Mr Stone) ................................33 Education Advisory Council 1997 (Paper 602) ...............................................211 Education Advisory Council, 1996 (Paper 306) ..............................................108 Education Advisory Council, year 2000 (Paper 2469) ....................................886 Gove District Hospital Management Board, 1996/97 (Paper 166)....................57 Gove District Hospital Management Board, 1997/98 (Paper 838)..................284 Gove District Hospital Management Board, 1998/99 (Paper 1592)................578 Gove Hospital Management Board, 1999/00 (Paper 2158).............................801 Gurig National Park, Coburg Peninsula Sanctuary & Marine Park Board, 1999/2000, (Paper 2506)..............................................................................935 Gurig National Park, Coburg Peninsula Sanctuary and Marine Park Board, 1996/97 (Paper 181).......................................................................................57 Gurig National Park, Coburg Peninsula Sanctuary and Marine Park Board, 1997/98 (Paper 925).....................................................................................403 Health and Community Services Complaints Commission, 1999/00 (Paper 2075).................................................................................................772 Health and Community Services, Complaints Commission, (First), 1998/99 (Paper 1597).................................................................................................578 Heritage Advisory Council (9th), 1999/2000 (Paper 2214) .............................825 Heritage Advisory Council, (Eighth), 1998/99 (Paper 1542)..........................563 Heritage Advisory Council, 1996/97 (Paper 182) .............................................57 Heritage Advisory Council, 1997/98 (7th) (Paper 865) ..................................368 Jabiru Town Council 1999/2000 (Paper 2480)................................................898 Jabiru Town Council, 1998/99, A Council inviting community participation and involvement (Paper 1853) .....................................................................692 49
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Annual Reports (cont) Jabiru Town Council, Towards 2000, 1997/98 (Paper 963)............................418 Jabiru Town Development Authority 1999/2000 (Paper 2481) ......................898 Jabiru Town Development Authority, 1996/97 (Paper 272) .............................96 Jabiru Town Development Authority, 1997/98 (Paper 962) ...........................418 Jabiru Town Development Authority, 1998/99 (Paper 1852) .........................692 Juvenile Justice Act Juvenile Justice Board of Management, Northern Region, 1997/98 (Paper 660)...............................................................................................235 Juvenile Justice Board of Management, Southern Region, 1997/98 (Paper 661)...............................................................................................235 Juvenile Justice Board of Management, Northern Region, 1996/97 (Paper 77)38 Juvenile Justice Board of Management, Northern Region, 1998/99 (Paper 1525) ......................................................................................................................557 Juvenile Justice Board of Management, Northern Region, 1999/2000 (Paper 2133).................................................................................................797 Juvenile Justice Board of Management, Southern Region, 1996/97 (Paper 70)38 Juvenile Justice Board of Management, Southern Region, 1998/99 (Paper 1526) ......................................................................................................................557 Juvenile Justice Board of Management, Southern Region, 1999/2000 (Paper 2134).................................................................................................797 Katherine Hospital Management Board, 1996/97 (Paper 163)..........................57 Katherine Hospital Management Board, 1997/98 (Paper 839)........................284 Katherine Hospital Management Board, 1998/99 (Paper 1586)......................578 Katherine Hospital Management Board, 1999/00 (Paper 2160)......................801 Lands Planning and Environment, 1998/99 (Paper 1616) ...............................588 Lands, Planning and Environment, 1999/2000 (Paper 2209) ..........................825 Legislative Assembly Member's Superannuation Trust, 1996/97 (Paper 69)...38 Legislative Assembly Member's Superannuation Trust, 1997/98 (Paper 738) ......................................................................................................................261 Legislative Assembly Member's Superannuation Trust, 1998/99 (Paper 1705) ......................................................................................................................622 Legislative Assembly Members' Superannuation Trust, 1999/2000 (Paper 2142).................................................................................................797 Listening Devices Act Report pursuant to Section 14, for the year ended 30 June 1998, dated 28 August 1998 (Paper 708) .........................................................................251 Listening Devices Act, 1998/99 (Paper 1581)..................................................578 Listening Devices Act, 1999/00 (Paper 2067).................................................766 Local Government, 1999/2000 (Paper 2144)...................................................797 Mental Health Act 1 July 1995 to 30 June 1996 (Paper 294) (Mr Burke) ...................................99 1 July 1996 to 30 June 1997 (Paper 295) (Mr Burke) ...................................99 1 July 1997 to 30 June 1998 (Paper 1003)...................................................439 1 July 1998 to 30 June 1999 (Paper 1589)...................................................578 Mental Health Review Tribunal, 1999/2000, (Paper 2380).............................872 50
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Annual Reports (cont) Menzies School of Health Research, 1996/97 (Paper 184) ...............................57 Menzies School of Health Research, 1997/98 (Quinquennial Report), (Paper 833)...................................................................................................284 Menzies School of Health Research, 1998/99 (Paper 1639) ...........................597 Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory, 1996/97 (Paper 167) ...58 National Crime Authority 1997/98 (Paper 999) ..............................................439 National Crime Authority, 1996/97 (Paper 271) ...............................................96 National Crime Authority, 1998/99 (Paper 1759) ...........................................643 National Crime Authority, 1999/2000 (Paper 2391) .......................................872 National Environment Protection Council 1997/98 (Paper 1002)...................439 National Environment Protection Council, 1998/99 (Paper 1773)..................648 National Road Transport Commission 1996/97 (Paper 144).............................50 National Road Transport Commission, 1997/98 (Paper 739)..........................261 National Road Transport Commission, 1998/99 (Paper 1578)........................578 National Road Transport Commission, 1999/2000 (Paper 2181)....................820 National Trust of Australia (Northern Territory), 1996/97 (Paper 183)............58 National Trust of Australia (Northern Territory), 1997/98 (Paper 866)..........368 National Trust of Australia (Northern Territory), 1998/99 (Paper 1774)........648 National Trust of Australia (Northern Territory), 1999/2000, (Paper 2378)...872 Nitmiluk National Park, 1997/98 (Paper 926) .................................................403 Nitmiluk National Park, 1999/2000 (Paper 2507) ...........................................935 Nitmiluk National Park, for Year ended 30 June 1997 (Paper 91)....................43 Nitmiluk National Park, Year ended 30 June 1999 (Paper 1960) ...................740 Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Commission, 1996/97 (Paper 179) ....58 Northern Territory Architects Board, 1997/98 (Paper 862) ............................368 Northern Territory Architects Board, 1998/99 (Paper 1840) ..........................667 Northern Territory Architects Board, 1999/00 (Paper 2076) ..........................772 Northern Territory Attorney General's Department, 1999/2000(Paper 2170).808 Northern Territory Attorney-General's Department, 1996/97 (Paper 168).......58 Northern Territory Attorney-General's Department, 1998/99 (Paper 1582)...578 Northern Territory Attorney-General's Department, 1997/98 (Paper 711) .....250 Northern Territory Auditor-Generals Office, Financial Statements for Year Ended 30 June 1997 (Paper 201) ...................................................................58 Northern Territory Correctional Services, 1996/97 (Paper 82) .........................43 Northern Territory Correctional Services, 1997/98 (Paper 719) .....................250 Northern Territory Correctional Services, 1998/99 (Paper 1535) ...................563 Northern Territory Correctional Services, 1999/2000 (Paper 2229) ...............832 Northern Territory Department of Education, 1 January - 31 December 1996 (Paper 192).....................................................................................................58 Northern Territory Education Advisory Council, 1998 (Paper 1719) .............622 Northern Territory Education Advisory Council, 1999 (Paper 2334) .............850 Northern Territory Electrical Workers and Contractors Licensing Board, 1996/97 (Paper 1746)...................................................................................643 51
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Annual Reports (cont) Northern Territory Electrical Workers and Contractors Licensing Board, 1997/98 (Paper 1747)...................................................................................643 Northern Territory Electrical Workers and Contractors Licensing Board, 1998/99 (Paper 1748)...................................................................................643 Northern Territory Electrical Workers and Contractors Licensing Board, 1999/2000 (Paper 2271)...............................................................................840 Northern Territory Employment and Training Authority, 1997 (Paper 413) ..140 Northern Territory Employment and Training Authority, 1999/00 (Paper 2089) ......................................................................................................................772 Northern Territory Employment and Training Authority, December 1998 (Paper 1646).................................................................................................603 Northern Territory Gaming Machine Commission (Second), 1996/97 (Paper 298)...................................................................................................108 Northern Territory Gaming Machine Commission, 1997/98 (3rd) (Paper 861) ......................................................................................................................368 Northern Territory Government and Public Authorities Superannuation Scheme, 1996/97 (Paper 190) ........................................................................58 Northern Territory Government and Public Authorities Superannuation Scheme, 1997/98 (Paper 870) ......................................................................368 Northern Territory Government and Public Authorities Superannuation Scheme, 1998/99 (Paper 1758) ....................................................................643 Northern Territory Government and Public Authorities Superannuation Scheme, 1999/2000 (Paper 2221) ................................................................832 Northern Territory Government Conditions of Service Trust, 1996/97 (Paper 188).....................................................................................................58 Northern Territory Government Conditions of Service Trust, 1998/99 (Paper 1580).................................................................................................578 Northern Territory Government Conditions of Service Trust, 1999/00 (Paper 2166) ............................................................................................................808 Northern Territory Grants Commission 1998/99 (Paper 1520).......................552 Northern Territory Grants Commission, 1996/97 (Paper 194)..........................58 Northern Territory Grants Commission, 1997/98 (Paper 721)........................251 Northern Territory Grants Commission, 1999/2000 (Paper 2225)..................832 Northern Territory Housing Commission, 1996/97 (Paper 195) .......................58 Northern Territory Legal Aid Commission 1997/98 (Paper 716) ...................251 Northern Territory Legal Aid Commission, 1998/99 (Paper 1930) ................740 Northern Territory Legal Aid Commission, 1999/2000 (Paper 2392) ............872 Northern Territory Liquor Commission 1996/97 (Paper 140)...........................50 Northern Territory Liquor Commission 1997/1998 (Paper 1107)...................465 Northern Territory Office of Aboriginal Development 1998/99 (Paper 1552)571 Northern Territory Plumbers and Drainers Licensing Board, 1996/97 (Paper 1749).................................................................................................643 Northern Territory Plumbers and Drainers Licensing Board, 1997/98 (Paper 1750).................................................................................................643 52
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Annual Reports (cont) Northern Territory Plumbers and Drainers Licensing Board, 1998/99 (Paper 1751).................................................................................................643 Northern Territory Plumbers and Drainers Licensing Board, 1999/2000 (Paper 2270).................................................................................................840 Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services, 1996/97 (Paper 157) ........................................................................................................................58 Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services, 1997/98 (Paper 844) ......................................................................................................................284 Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services, 1998/99 (Paper 1625) ......................................................................................................................588 Northern Territory Rural College 1997 (Paper 466) .......................................157 Northern Territory Rural College, 1998 (Paper 1389) ....................................514 Northern Territory Rural College, 1999 (Paper 2233) ....................................832 Northern Territory Tourist Commission, 1996/97 (Paper 186) .........................58 Northern Territory Tourist Commission, 1997/98 (Paper 872) .......................368 Northern Territory Tourist Commission, 1998/99 (Paper 1624) .....................588 Northern Territory Tourist Commission, 1999/2000 (Paper 2252) .................832 Northern Territory Treasury Corporation, 1996/97 (Paper 189) .......................58 Northern Territory Treasury Corporation, 1997/98 (Paper 713) .....................250 Northern Territory Treasury Corporation, 1998/99 (Paper 1540) ...................563 Northern Territory Treasury Corporation, 1999/00 (Paper 2168) ...................808 Northern Territory Treasury, 1996/97 (Paper 185) ...........................................58 Northern Territory Treasury, 1997/98 (Paper 714) .........................................250 Northern Territory Treasury, 1998/99 (Paper 1539) .......................................563 Northern Territory Treasury, 1999/00 (Paper 2169) .......................................808 Northern Territory University 1998 (Paper 1494)...........................................544 Northern Territory University, 1996 (Paper 159)..............................................58 Northern Territory University, 1997 (Paper 694)............................................245 Northern Territory University, 1999 (Paper 1987)..........................................745 NT TAB, 1999/2000 (Paper 2231) ..................................................................832 Office of Aboriginal Development 1996/97 (Paper 145) ..................................50 Office of Aboriginal Development, 1997/98 (Paper 693) ...............................245 Office of Aboriginal Development, 1999/2000 (Paper 2143) .........................797 Office of Communications, Science and Advanced Technology, 1998/99 (Paper 1598).................................................................................................578 Office of Communications, Science and Advanced Technology, 1999/00 (Paper 2165) ............................................................................................................808 Office of Courts Administration, 1997/98 (Paper 715) ...................................251 Office of Courts Administration, 1998/99 (Paper 1588) .................................578 Office of Courts Administration, 1999/2000 (Paper 2177) .............................808 Office of Ethnic Affairs, 1996/97 (Paper 177) ..................................................58 Office of the Commissioner for Public Employment, 1996/97 (Paper 187) .....58 Office of the Commissioner for Public Employment, 1997/98 (Paper 659) ...235 Office of the Commissioner for Public Employment, 1998/99 (Paper 1538) .563 Office of the Commissioner for Public Employment, 1999/00 (Paper 2155) .801 53
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Annual Reports (cont) Office of the Valuer-General, Northern Territory 1998/1999 (Paper 2462) ...883 Office of the Valuer-General, Northern Territory 1999/2000 (Paper 2457) ...878 Office of the Valuer-General, Northern Territory, 1996/97 (Paper 299) ........108 Ombudsman, (22nd), 1999/2000 (Paper 2228).................................................832 Ombudsman, 1996-97 (Paper 75) (Mr Stone) ...................................................35 Ombudsman, 1997/98 (20th) (Paper 782) (Mr Stone).....................................270 Ombudsman, 1998/99, Twenty First Report (Paper 1659)..............................602 Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, 1998/99 (Paper 1623).................................................................................................588 Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, 1999/2000 (Paper 2251).................................................................................................832 Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, for the year ended 30 June 1997 (Paper 9) .......................................................................................10 Parks and Wildlife Commission, 1997/98 (Paper 712) ...................................251 Parole Board of the Northern Territory 1998, pursuant to section 3H of the Parole of Prisoners Act (Paper 1483) ..........................................................538 Parole Board of the Northern Territory for the year ending 31 December 2000 (Paper 2491) (Mr Manzie) ...........................................................................900 Parole Board of the Northern Territory, pursuant to section 3H of the Parole of Prisoners Act, Year ending 31 December 1999 (Paper 1845) .....................692 Pastoral Land Board 1997/98 (Paper 1001).....................................................439 Police, Fire and Emergency Services, 1999/2000 (Paper 2211) (Mr Reed)....822 Power and Water Authority, 1997 (Paper 83) ...................................................43 Power and Water Authority, 1997/98 (Paper 835) ..........................................284 Power and Water Authority, 1998/99 (Paper 1637) ........................................597 Power and Water Authority, 1999/2000 (Paper 2188) ....................................814 Prostitution Regulation Act Fifth, 9 May 1996 to 8 May 1997 (Paper 327) ............................................117 Fourth, 9 May 1995 to 8 May 1996 (Paper 326) .........................................117 Second, 9 May 1993 to 8 May 1994 (Paper 325) ........................................117 Prostitution Regulation Act, (Seventh), 1998/99 (Paper 1602) .......................578 Prostitution Regulation Act, (Sixth), 1997/98 (Paper 1583) ...........................578 Public Trustee for the Northern Territory, 1996/97 (Paper 225).......................67 Racing and Gaming Authority 1997/98 (Fifth) (Paper 1000)..........................439 Racing and Gaming Authority, Fourth Annual Report, 1997 (Paper 81)..........43 Registrar of Financial Institutions, 1996/97 (Paper 171)...................................58 Road Safety Council of the Northern Territory 1996/97 (Paper 143) ...............50 Road Safety Council of the Northern Territory, 1997/98 (Paper 938) ............411 Road Safety Council of the Northern Territory, 1998/99 (Paper 1859) ..........698 Road Safety Council of the Northern Territory, 1999/2000 (Paper 2465) ......886 Royal Darwin Hospital Management Board, 1996/97 (Paper 162)...................58 Royal Darwin Hospital Management Board, 1997/98 (Paper 837).................284 Royal Darwin Hospital Management Board, 1998/99 (Paper 1593)...............578 Royal Darwin Hospital Management Board, 1999/00 (Paper 2157)...............801 54
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Annual Reports (cont) Strehlow Centre Board, 1996/97 (Paper 235)....................................................67 Strehlow Centre Board, 1997/98 (Paper 1384)................................................514 Strehlow Centre Board, 1998/99 (Paper 1704)................................................621 Strehlow Research Centre, 1999/2000, (Paper 2377)......................................872 Surveyors Board of the Northern Territory, 1997/98 (Paper 863) ..................368 Surveyors Board of the Northern Territory, 1999/2000 (Paper 2272) ............840 Tennant Creek Hospital Management Board, 1996/97 (Paper 164)..................58 Tennant Creek Hospital Management Board, 1997/98 (Paper 840)................284 Tennant Creek Hospital Management Board, 1998/99 (Paper 1591)..............578 Tennant Creek Hospital Management Board, 1999/00 (Paper 2159)..............801 Territory Health Services, 1996/97 (Paper 178)................................................58 Territory Health Services, 1997/98 (Paper 718)..............................................251 Territory Health Services, 1998/99 (Paper 1585)............................................578 Territory Health Services, 1999/00 (Paper2162).............................................801 Territory Housing, 1999/2000 (Paper 2226)....................................................832 Territory Insurance Office, 1996/97 (Paper 180) ..............................................58 Territory Insurance Office, 1997/98 (Paper 859) ............................................368 Territory Insurance Office, 1999 (Paper 1744) ...............................................644 Territory Insurance Office, 1999/2000, (Paper 2383) .....................................872 The Office of Courts Administration, 1996/97 (Paper 173) ..............................58 The Surveyors Board of the Northern Territory, 1996/97 (Paper 297) ...........108 The Surveyors Board of the Northern Territory, 1998/99 (Paper 1691) .........612 Trade Development Zone Authority, 1996/97 (Paper 172) ...............................58 Trade Development Zone Authority, 1997/98 (Paper 860) .............................368 Trade Development Zone Authority, 1998/99 (Paper 1647) ...........................603 Trade Development Zone Authority, 1999/2000 (Paper 2106) .......................781 Treasurer's Annual Financial Report and Statement 1997-98 (Paper 702) (Mr Reed).....................................................................................................248 Treasurer's Annual Financial Report and Statement 1998/99 (Paper 1575) ...575 Treasurer's Annual Financial Report for 1996/97 (Paper 99) (Mr Reed) .........46 Uranium Mining (Environment Control) Act (20th), 1998/99 (Paper 1614) ...588 Uranium Mining (Environment Control) Act, 1997, (19th Report) (Paper 842) ......................................................................................................................284 Uranium Mining (Environment Control) Act, 1999 (Paper 2078) ..................772 Utilities Commission, 1999/00 (Paper 2167)...................................................808 Work Health Authority and Work Health Advisory Council, 1996/97 (Paper 174).....................................................................................................58 Work Health Authority and Work Health Advisory Council, 1997/98 (Paper 717)...................................................................................................251 Yulara Town Council year ended 30 June 1997 (Paper 57) (Mr Reed) ............27 Answer to question by Ms Martin ­ Outcomes of securing major new international investments in the Territory economy, Department of Asian Relations and Trade (Paper 1942) (Mr Manzie)..............................................727 55
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Answer to question by Ms Martin ­ Outcomes of strategic new regional and country markets 1999-00, Department of Asian Relations and Trade (Paper 1941) (Mr Manzie) ...............................................................................727 APEC Ministers Responsible for Trade Meeting Darwin June 6-7, 2000 List of Ministers present (Paper 1907) (Mr Manzie) ..................................................711 APEC statement of the Chair, Darwin, 7 June 2000 (Paper 1908) (Mr Manzie) 711 Appropriation Bill 2000/2001 N T Attorney-General's Department ­ Questions and Answers - Table 1, Native Title Matters, expenditure (Paper 1931) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................723 Appropriation Bill 2000/2001 N T Attorney-General's Department ­ Questions and Answers - Table 2, Land Rights Matters, expenditure (Paper 1932) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................723 AQIS Protecting our way of life ­ Media release, dated 5 February 2001 ­ AQIS Tightens Prawn Import Controls (Paper 2285) (Mr Palmer) ...........................837 Article ­ Police Chief denies shortage, Northern Territory News, dated 12 August 2000 (Paper 2028) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................755 Article, 30 New Jobs when store opens in July, Northern Territory News, Thursday 24 February 2000 (Paper 1729) (Mr Reed) .....................................628 Article, 6000 New Jobs, Northern Territory News, 25 October 1999 (Paper 1730) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................628 Article, Bar talk "Shame, Stone", by Barry Lane, the "Justinian", magazine, dated February 1998. (Paper 286) (Mr Stirling)..........................................................97 Article, Builders feel pinch as slump worsens, Northern Territory News, dated 22 September 2000 (Paper 2171) (Ms Martin) ................................................803 Article, Clean it Up, Herald Sun, dated 22 November 2000 (Paper 2248) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................828 Article, Crisis management, Modbury Hospital is in a private crisis by Paul Starick, Advertiser, dated 21 November 1998 (Paper 733) (Mr Rioli)............257 Article, Darwins' art of darkness by Nicholas Rothwell, 8 September 2000, The Australian (Paper 2123) (Mr Adamson) ...................................................784 Article, Decline in NT Jobs ads, Survey, Northern Territory News, dated 8 August 2000, page 23 (Paper 2011) (Mr Reed) ...........................................................747 Article, Desert art helps meet a spiritual and a medical need ­ The Age, dated 14 November 2000 (Paper 2215) (Mr Elferink) ...................................................822 Article, Editorial of Herald Sun ­ Melbourne's disgrace (Paper 2246) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................828 Article, Fifty years of People Power by Peter Forrest, Northern Territory News, dated 10 February 1998 (Paper 304) (Mr Stone) .............................................106 Article, Gavin set to work on his two whopper cane toads, Centralian Advocate, dated 23 April 1999 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1095)..................................................463 Article, Hospital deal sours, Modbury contract numbers wrong, Advertiser, dated 21 November 1998 (Paper 732) (Mr Rioli) .....................................................257 Article, I'm a sex slave to Darwin women, Northern Territory News, 27 June 1998 (Paper 554) (Mr Dunham) .....................................................................181 56
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Article, Martin starts in old-fashioned way ­ by lying, Northern Territory News, dated 13 February 1994 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1035)............................................449 Article, N T Drug Here to Stay, NT News, (Paper 2245) (Mr Reed)...................828 Article, N T Jobless remains Aussie lowest, Northern Territory News, 12 November 1999 (Paper 1731) (Mr Reed) ........................................................628 Article, New Education Superintendent for Barkly, Tennant and District Times (Paper 1272) (Mrs Hickey) ..............................................................................480 Article, Northern Territory University 10th Anniversary, Northern Territory News, 28 April 1999 (Mr Adamson) (Paper 1097)..........................................465 Article, Northern Territory University 10th Anniversary, Northern Territory News, dated Wednesday 28 April 1999 (Paper 1097) .....................................464 Article, NT Govt faces poll danger CLP boss by Frank Alcorta, Northern Territory News, dated 14 May 1993 (Paper 801)(Mrs Hickey) .............................................................................274 Article, Old Post Office site is declared part of heritage, Centralian Advocate, dated 9th April 1999 (Mr Toyne) (Paper 1058)...............................................458 Article, Portrait of the artist as a victim, News Extra The Age, dated 11 November 2000 (Paper 2217) (Dr Toyne).........................................................................825 Article, Portrait of the artist as a victim, www.theage.com.au/ (Paper 2218) (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................825 Article, Resource-based States bask in the sun again, The Australian Financial Review, 15th­16th July 2000, page 42 (Paper 2014) (Mr Reed) .....................747 Article, Shame of Our City, Herald Sun, dated 21 November 2000 (Paper 2247) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................828 Article, Sunday Territorian, dated 13 February 1998 ­ Martin starts in old-fashion way - by lying (Paper 917) (Mr Burke) ...........................................................402 Article, The Tides of Change, Business Review Weekly, dated 30 November 1998 (Paper 812) (Mr Reed) .....................................................................................277 Article, Thumbs up for city skyline, Northern Territory News, dated Friday 28 May 1999 (Paper 1290) (Mr Baldwin) ............................................................482 Article, Tiger's big fight for beloved NT, by Peter Forrest, Northern Territory News, dated 24 February 1998 (Paper 305) (Mr Stone) ..................................106 Article, Top End trip to self-discovery by Robin Archer, dated 6 October 1999, Adelaide Advertiser (Paper 2124) (Mr Adamson) ...........................................784 Article, Work Starts on $18m Block, Northern Territory News, 26 February 2000 (Paper 1732) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................628 Article, Yellowcake Millionaires, Bulletin, dated 10 November 1998 (Paper 749) (Mr Dunham) ...................................................................................................260 Artists in the Fields a retrospective by Museums and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (Paper 1880) .....................................................................................700 Artists sketch impressions (2) of proposed International Cruise Ship Terminal at Stokes Hill Wharf (Paper 821) (Mr Coulter) ...................................................281 Asian Freight Logistics Study, May 2001 by Department of Transport and Works (Paper 2430) (Mr Palmer)................................................................................876 57
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Assessments Education 1995/96 to 1999/2000, Assessments Welfare 1995/96 to 1999/2000 (Paper 2559) (Mr Lugg).................................................................951 Asset Expenditure Report AIR 405, Chan Building, dated 24 May 1999 (Paper 1338) (Mr Coulter)......497 Attachment 1 ­ Strip Claims to the Inter-tidal Zone denying landholders access to the Sea (Paper 2174) (Mr Burke).....................................................................804 Attachment 13(a), Northern Territory Police ­ Salary Rates as at 17 October 1998 (Paper 1327) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................496 Attachment 14 (a), Average cost for civilian support staff (Paper 1328) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................496 Attachment 2 ­ Claims to Beds and Banks of Rivers (Paper 2175) (Mr Burke).804 Attachment 2 (i), Schedule, Variation between Budget allocation 1998/99 and Estimated Annual Expenditure 1998/99 (Paper 1324) (Mr Reed) ..................496 Attachment 2(ii), Schedule, Variation between Budget allocation 1998/99 and the allocation made for 1999/2000 (Paper 1325) (Mr Reed).................................496 Attachment 8(a), Estimated travel expenditure for 1998/99, Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services (Paper 1326) (Mr Reed) .......................496 Audit Act 1995 Strategic Review of the Northern Territory Auditor-General's Office, Peter Hade CPA, Assistant Auditor-General of the Australian Capital Territory, 3 October 1997 (Paper 222)..............................................................................58 Auditor-General for the Northern Territory, Report to the Legislative Assembly, August 2000 (Paper 2062) (Mr Speaker).........................................................762 Auditor-General of the Northern Territory, Report to the Legislative Assembly, February 2001 (Paper 2308) (Mr Speaker)......................................................842 Auditor-General's February 1999 Report to the Legislative Assembly (Paper 953) (Mr Speaker) ....................................................................................................414 Australia ­ Uniform Standards for the Regulation of Interactive Gaming (The AUS Model), Exposure draft, released 5 April 2001 by The National Working Party on Interactive Gaming (Paper 2487) (Mr Baldwin) ...............................888 Australia's estuaries ­ assessing their condition (Paper 2137) (Ms Martin) .......788 Australia's Methadone Mess, Article by Siobhan McMahon, Reader's Digest, dated May 1998 (Paper 375) (Mr Burke) ........................................................125 Australia's Northern Territory Foundations for Our Future ­ Working Together (Paper 1724) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................624 Australia's Northern Territory Holiday Planner (Paper 958) (Mr Reed) ............413 Australian Artists and the Northern Territory (Paper 1884)................................700 Australian Bureau of Statistics Table 2A.5 Part-time students in government schools, 1996 (Paper 288) (Mr Adamson)...98 Australian Declaration toward Reconciliation (Paper 1863) (Mr Burke) ...........694 Australian Electoral Commission, Political Party Annual Return, Country Liberal Party ­ receipts and payments (Paper 2003) (Mr Stirling) ..............................744 Australian Petty patent Application No. 22609/00 now serial No. 723540 in the names of Vincent Joseph Collins and Maryann Collins, ref BJN Mar, P37743 ­ blue cypress holdings (Paper 2029) (Mr Toyne) .............................................755 58
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Australian Safari, International Cross Country Rally, 21 ­ 28 August 1999 (Paper 1445) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................531 Authorisation - Treasurer to conduct Casino Agreement negotiations, pursuant to section 46(1) of the Interpretation Act, dated 28 May 2001 (Paper 2509) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................907 Authorisation - Treasurer to conduct Casino Agreement negotiations, pursuant to section 46(1) of the Interpretation Act, dated 8 March 2001 (Paper 2508) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................907 Average Real Commercial Prices by State 1987/88 through to 1998/99 (Mr Coulter) (Paper 1064) ...............................................................................459 Ayers Rock Resort Corporation And Controlled Entities Financial Statements for 1999/2000 - Note paper ...................................................................................908 Ayeye, Vol 4, Issue #4, April 1998 (Paper 496) (Mr Baldwin) ..........................162 Back to Basics Policing, Brian Bates, Report, NT Commissioner for Police (Paper 561) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................186 Ballot Paper UNAMET (Paper 1492) (Mr Burke) ..............................................542 Baseline Survey of the Port of Darwin for Introduced Marine Species (Paper 2249) (Mr Palmer)................................................................................828 Best Practice Services Pty Ltd, Australian Securities and Investments Commission Current, Extract for Organization Number 075922735 and clipping of Northern Territory News, dated September 12 and 23, 1998 (Paper 1455) (Mr Stirling) ..........................................................................................................................535 Biker's lucky escape, Jabiluka rope throws him off, Northern Territory News, Wednesday 15 July 1998 (Paper 991) (Mr Manzie)........................................435 Biological Control of Cane Toads, Electron Microscopy Unit's Projects (Paper 1439) (Mr Henderson)..........................................................................528 Birds of the Parliamentary Precinct, Darwin, Northern Territory (Paper 1978) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................740 Black striped mussel invasion of three Darwin Marinas by Director of Fisheries Dr Rex Pyne, Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries - presented at National Conference of Parliamentary Public Works Committees and Environment Committees (Paper 2047) (Dr Lim) ...........................................759 Blood poured on mine machinery, Northern Territory News, dated 11 August 1998 (Paper 990) (Mr Manzie) ........................................................................435 Collins, Mr Vincent re Documentation, Howard Springs Forestry Reserve .......418 Book, Too Late to Say Goodbye by ST Daly (Paper 623) (Mr Dunham) ...........221 Booklet Nyinkka Nyunyu (Paper 2128) (Mrs Hickey)........................................784 Booklet, Children's Support Services, The Sunshine Association NT Inc (Paper 528) (Mrs Hickey) ................................................................................168 Booklet, Foundations for Our Future ­ Diversify the Economy through Service Industry Growth (Paper 1627) (Mr Reed) .......................................................583 Booklet, The Sniffing Story ­ Health Education Curriculum Stages 4-7, NT Department of Education (Paper 497) (Mr Adamson) ....................................162 Brain Story Flip Chart, Flip charts and explanation of use from Website of the Indigenous Health Network on the Internet (Paper 518) (Dr Lim) .................162 59
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Breakdown of Advertising Expenses (Paper 1940) (Mr Baldwin)......................724 Brief, Northern Territory Election by Stokes King DDB Needham Advertising, 5 September 1990 (Paper 822) (Mr Stirling) ......................................................281 Brochure ­ Introducing Grandparenting NSW (Paper 2488) (Mrs Hickey) .......897 Brochure, A time for change ­ A policy for regulation of commercial passenger vehicles, Department of Transport and Works (Mr Balch) (Paper 1127) .......468 Brochure, Alice is Wonderland ­ Who needs winter blues with colours like these (Paper 847) (Mr Elferink) ................................................................................282 Brochure, Department of Corporate and Information Services ­ Service is Our Business (Paper 690) (Mr Reed)......................................................................244 Brochure, Experience Aboriginal Culture in Australia's Northern Territory (Paper 848) (Mr Elferink) ................................................................................282 Brochure, Filming in Australia's Northern Territory (Paper 987) (Mr Baldwin)434 Brochure, Homestart, Private Shared Equity Loan (Paper 2009) (Mrs Braham) 744 Brochure, Its Racing At Your TAB ­ All you need to know about TAB betting (Paper 676) (Mr Adamson)..............................................................................239 Brochure, Its your Territory Vote NO (Paper 613) (Mr Ah Kit).........................218 Brochure, Methanex Corporation New Zealand. (Paper 2358) (Mr Manzie) .....854 Brochure, NT TAB On the Move! (Paper 675) (Mr Adamson) ..........................239 Brochure, Planning for Growth - Department of Transport and Works, Streamlined Transport Services (Paper 696) (Mr Coulter)..............................244 Brochure, Property Fax ­ Northern Territory Property Issues Update ­ NT Budget Edition, dated 27 April 1999 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1093) ....................................463 Brochure, Public Housing to 2003 ­ How it affects you ­ A guide for Non ­ rebated tenants (Paper 1491) (Mrs Braham)....................................................541 Brochure, Say NO to Statehood to protect your rights (Paper 615) (Mr Ah Kit)218 Brochure, Statehood ­ Vote NO (Paper 614) (Mr Ah Kit)..................................218 Brochure, Taxis Minibuses Private Hire Cars ­ How the changes affect you, Northern Territory Government (Mr Balch) (Paper 1126) ..............................468 Brochure, The Sale of Crown Lands, a public information brochure which outlines the methods of sale and related policy guidelines by Department of Lands, Planning and Environment (Paper 918) (Mr Baldwin) ........................401 Brochure, The Territory ­ the difference is opportunity (Paper 2455) (Mr Burke) ..........................................................................................................................877 Brochure, Uluru and Beyond, Nukanya Dreaming (Paper 846) (Mr Elferink) ...282 Brochure, Y2K moving into the next millennium (Paper 1600) (Mr Adamson).575 Brochures from the Northern Territory University relating to courses available at the Faculty of Education (Paper 354) (Mr Adamson) .....................................119 Brochures, Agribusiness in Australia's Northern Territory ­ Growing for the future (Paper 1303) (Mr Palmer) .....................................................................487 Brochures, tourism highlights of the Territory. (Paper 829) (Mr Stone).............282 Brooke, Peter ­ Brief Biography, Northern Territory Labor Party (Paper 357) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................................119 Budget 2000, Delivering Quality Services, Jobs and Lifestyle, Northern Territory News, dated 20 June 2000 (Paper 1934) (Mr Reed)........................................724 60
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Budget Overview 1998-99 (Paper 389) (Mr Reed) .............................................126 Budget Overview 1999-2000 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1082) .......................................460 Budget Overview 2000-2001 (Paper 1821) (Mr Reed) .......................................661 Budget Paper 1997/98, Part 5 ­ Contingent Liabilities at 30 June 1998, page 84, Extract (Paper 2210) (Mr Reed) ......................................................................822 Budget Paper 1997/98, Part 5, Schedule 5.1 ­ Guarantees and Indemnities provided under the Financial Management Act, page 83 and 84, (Paper 2267) (Mrs Martin) ....................................................................................................830 Budget Paper No. 1 ­ Budget Speech 1999-2000 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1070) ........460 Budget Paper No. 1 ­ Budget Speech 2000-2001 (Paper 1809) (Mr Reed) ........661 Budget Paper No. 1 ­ Budget Speech and Appropriation Bill 1998-99 (Serial 68) (Paper 378) (Mr Reed) .....................................................................................126 Budget Paper No. 1, 1999-2000 corrigendum, Replacement pages 21 and 24 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1117) ...................................................................................468 Budget Paper No. 2 ­ The Budget 1998-99 (Paper 379) (Mr Reed) ...................126 Budget Paper No. 2 ­ The Budget 1999-2000 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1071) .............460 Budget Paper No. 2 ­ The Budget 2000-2001 (Paper 1810) (Mr Reed) .............661 Budget Paper No. 2, 1999-2000 corrigendum, Replacement pages 4, 7, 9, 11, 61, 99, 111, 142, 172, 188, 260 and 341 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1117) ........................468 Budget Paper No. 3 ­ Issues in Public Finance 1998-99 (Paper 380) (Mr Reed)126 Budget Paper No. 3 ­ Issues in Public Finance 1999-2000 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1072) ..........................................................................................................................460 Budget Paper No. 3 ­ Issues in Public Finance 2000-2001 (Paper 1811) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................661 Budget Paper No. 4 ­ Capital Works Program 1998-99 (Paper 381) (Mr Reed) 126 Budget Paper No. 4 ­ Capital Works Program 1999-2000 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1073) ..........................................................................................................................460 Budget Paper No. 4 ­ Capital Works Program 2000-2001 (Paper 1812) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................661 Budget Paper No. 5 ­ Northern Territory Economy 1998-99 (Paper 382) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................126 Budget Paper No. 5 ­ Northern Territory Economy 1999-2000 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1074).....................................................................................................460 Budget Paper No. 5 ­ Northern Territory Economy 2000-2001 (Paper 1813) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................661 Budget Papers 2001-2002 Budget Overview 2001-2002 (Paper 2425) .....................................................877 Budget Paper No. 1 ­ Budget Speech 2001-2002 (Paper 2413)......................877 Budget Paper No. 2 ­ The Budget 2001-2002 (Paper 2414) ...........................877 Budget Paper No. 3 ­ Issues in Public Finance 2001-2002 (Paper 2415) .......877 Budget Paper No. 4 ­ Capital Works Program 2001-2002 (Paper 2416)........877 Budget Paper No. 5 ­ Northern Territory Economy 2001-2002 (Paper 2417)877 Northern Territory Economy May 2001 (Paper 2427) ....................................877 Northern Territory Economy Overview, May 2001 (Paper 2426) ..................877 Regional Highlights, Alice Springs 2001-2002 (Paper 2424) .........................877 61
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Budget Papers 2001-2002 (cont) Regional Highlights, Arnhem and Tiwi Islands 2001-2002 (Paper 2422) ......877 Regional Highlights, Darwin 2001-2002 (Paper 2419) ...................................877 Regional Highlights, Katherine 2001-2002 (Paper 2421) ...............................877 Regional Highlights, Palmerston and Rural 2001-2002 (Paper 2420) ............877 Regional Highlights, Tennant Creek 2001-2002 (Paper 2423) .......................877 Women in the Budget 2001-2002 (Paper 2418) ..............................................877 Budget Papers, 1997/98, Part 5 - Contingent Liabilities at 30 June 1998, Extract, (Paper 2199) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................814 Building Approvals ­ June 2000 No of Residential Approvals (Trend) - report for period June 1998 to June 2000 (Paper 2037) (Ms Martin) ..............................758 Business Names Search, Extract of Territory Focus Consulting, dated 13 November 1998 (Paper 777) (Mrs Hickey) .....................................................269 By-laws Amendment of Northern Territory University (Fees and Charges) By-laws (Paper 2289).................................................................................................840 Amendment of Northern Territory University (Student Association) By-laws (Paper 2291).................................................................................................840 Amendments of Northern Territory University (Academic Board) By-laws (Paper 34).......................................................................................................28 Amendments of Northern Territory University (Library) By-laws (Paper 2293) ......................................................................................................................840 Amendments of Northern Territory University (Site and Traffic) By-laws (Paper 2292).................................................................................................840 Amendments of Northern Territory University (Student Conduct) By-laws (Paper 37).......................................................................................................28 Amendments of Northern Territory University (Vocational Education and Training Board) By-laws (Paper 36) .............................................................28 Amendments of Public Sector Employment and Management By-Laws, 16 September 1998 (Paper 658)........................................................................235 Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (Rules) By-laws (Paper 2005).................................................................................................745 Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (Common Seal) By-laws (Paper 2004).................................................................................................745 Northern Territory University (Academic Dress) (Paper 320)........................113 Northern Territory University (Degrees and Other Awards) (Paper 321).......113 Northern Territory University (Fees and Charges) By-laws (Paper 35)............28 Northern Territory University (Student Residences) By-laws (Paper 2290)...840 Timber Creek Community Government Council By-Laws (Paper 1786) .......648 Tipperary Waters By-Laws (Paper 1514) ........................................................552 By-laws 1999 Northern Territory University (Academic Dress) By-laws 1999 (Paper 1106) ......................................................................................................................465 Northern Territory University (Degrees and Other awards) By-laws 1999 (Paper 1103).................................................................................................465 62
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) By-laws 1999 (cont) Northern Territory University (Election of Members of Council) Amendment By-laws 1999 (Paper 1100) .........................................................................465 Northern Territory University (Rules) Amendment By-Laws 1999 (Paper 1105) ......................................................................................................................465 Northern Territory University (Site and Traffic) Amendment By-laws 1999 (Paper 1101).................................................................................................465 Northern Territory University (Student Association) Amendment By-laws 1999 (Paper 1102).................................................................................................465 Northern Territory University (Student Conduct) Amendment By-laws 1999 (Paper 1099).................................................................................................465 Northern Territory University (Vocational Education and Training Board) Amendment By-laws 1999 (Paper 1104).....................................................465 Cabinet Submission ­ Power and Water Authority - Financial and Operational Improvement (Paper 1265) (Mr Stirling).........................................................479 Cabinet Submission on privatisation of PAWA, Extract of (Paper 1901) (Ms Martin)......................................................................................................709 Camel Cup, 1999 Race Sheet (Paper 1431) (Mr Elferink) ..................................526 Candidate Returns for the Election held on 2 March 1996, Warren Edward Snowdon, dated 14 June 1996 (Paper 808) (Mr Reed)....................................275 Cane Toads A Few Facts, brochure (Paper 1334) (Mr Reed) .............................497 Capital Works Revote Program 2001/2002, at Agency, Department level by client location identification (Paper 2548) (Mr Palmer)............................................948 Cartoon, Greek Cypriot Weekly "Satiriki", dated 30 September 1978. (Paper 2376) (Ms Martin) ................................................................................860 Category 1 Restricted Publication to be sold only to persons aged 18 and over (Mr Reed) ..................................................................................................................56 Casino Operator's Agreement between Diamond Leisure Pty Ltd And MGM Grand Australia Pty Ltd (Paper 2511) .............................................................907 Caucus Submission, Law and Order in Remote Communities, March 1999 (Mr Ah Kit) (Paper 1034) ................................................................................446 Central Australian Funding to Sporting Organisations, Table of (Paper 2388) (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................863 Certificate of Exemption from Public Tenders, Form, application for. (Paper 2365) (Mr Stirling) ...............................................................................858 Certificate of exemptions (schedule) issued by Minister responsible for procurement (over $50,000.00) Period 1 July 1998 to 30 June 1999 for Department of Transport and Works (Paper 1340) (Mr Coulter) ....................497 Chapter 3 - The Community, Aboriginal Communities and the Land ­ CLP Policy Platform (Paper 1543) (Mr Manzie) ................................................................561 Chief Minister ­ Summary of Interstate Nominees Travel 1 July 1999 to 31 May 2000 (Paper 1924) (Mr Burke) ........................................................................722 Chief Minister ­ Summary of Overseas Nominees Travel 1 July 1999 to 31 May 2000 (Paper1925) (Mr Burke) .........................................................................722 Clyde Fenton School, Annual Report 1997 (Paper 665) (Mr Adamson) ............234 63
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Coburg Peninsula - Areas potentially suitable for Prawn Farms ref SD 53 ­ 13 (Paper 1717) (Mr Toyne) .................................................................................621 Commercial Tenancies Legislation, Discussion Paper, August 2000 (Paper 2061) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................761 Commercial Tenancies Legislation, Report of the Working Party, May 2001 (Paper 2490) (Mr Baldwin)..............................................................................900 Committee expenditures for the Legislative Assembly, 2000/01, - question 2 (Paper 2534) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................943 Committee of Privileges Report No. 1, February 2001 ­ Report into matter referred by the Assembly on 30 November 2000 (Paper 2362) (Mr Palmer) ............................................859 Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 sections 304(1) and 309(1) Returns to be submitted by the agent of a political party (ALP), agent Dennis Patrick Bree, dated 18 May 1990 (Paper 796) (Mr Stone) ....................................................274 Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 Sections 304(2) and 309(2) Returns to be submitted on behalf of a candidate Warren Snowdon, dated 23 June 1993 (Paper 795) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................274 Community Government Councils, Operational Subsidy allocation, 2001/2002 (Paper 2563) (Dr Lim) .....................................................................................953 Community Government Schemes Artarlpilta, Notice of approval in Northern Territory Government Gazette, dated 22 October 1997 (Paper 68) .................................................................38 Barunga Manyallaluk Community Government Scheme, Amendments to (Paper 2236).................................................................................................832 Coomalie Community Government By-Laws (Paper 900)..............................403 Coomalie, Amendment, Notice of approval in Northern Territory Government Gazette, dated 27 August 1997 (Paper 66) ....................................................38 Cox Peninsula, Amendments (Paper 467) .......................................................157 Mataranka Community Government Scheme (Paper 1796) ............................653 Yugul Mangi, Notice of approval in Northern Territory Government Gazette, dated 30 July 1997 (Paper 67) .......................................................................38 Community Living Area grants, Briefing Paper (Paper 18) (Mr Palmer) .............12 Community Survey, Development vs Demolition, the Old Alice Springs Gaol, Alice Springs Town Council (Paper 63) (Mr Toyne) ........................................32 Comparison of 1998/99 Budget to 1998/99 Estimated Expenditure, Department of Mines and Energy (Paper 1359) (Mr Manzie).................................................502 Comparison of 1998/99 Budget to 1999/2000 Budget, Department of Mines and Energy (Paper 1360) (Mr Manzie)...................................................................502 Competition in a Hot Environment ­ A practical guide to heat acclimatization in the Northern Territory by the Northern Territory Institute of Sport (Paper 1429) (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................525 Compliance Audit Consultancies, Auditor General's Office, 2000/2001 (Paper 2523) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................942 64
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Conditions of Service Handbook, information about conditions of service for teachers and assistant teachers, August 2000 edition by Northern Territory Department of Education (Paper 2032) (Mr Lugg) .........................................757 Constitutional Convention Day 8 ­ 9 April 1998 ­ Resolution E ­ Referendums (Mr Bailey) (Paper 311)...................................................................................111 Construction of New Public Housing, project and location 2001/2002 (Paper 2565) (Dr Lim) .....................................................................................953 Consultancy Contract for the purposes of section 5 of the Public Service Act, Agreement between Mr Peter Conran of the Northern Territory Government and Mr Mark Textor, Territory Focus Consulting (Mr Stirling) (Paper 1047)454 Contemporary Territory 1998 ­ Third Biennial Exhibition of Northern Territory, 4 July ­ 23 August 1998(Paper 1881).................................................................700 Contract ASM 8/92 ­ Fixed Schedule of Rates ­ General Repairs ­ Occupied Dwellings, 1-1-93 to 31-12-93, Sunway Pty Ltd (Paper 547) (Mr Toyne) .....178 Copy of photograph, aerial view Passchendaele, dated June and December 1917 (Paper 882) (Mr Elferink) ................................................................................261 Copy of speech notes re Sister Ellen Kettle by Dr Hargrave (Paper 1452) (Mr Manzie) .....................................................................................................533 Coroners Act In the Matter of an Inquest into the death of Andrew Ross, No. 9806775 (Paper 1006).................................................................................................439 In the Matter of an Inquest into the death of Braddley Wayne Gardner, No. 9722305 (Paper 1004)..................................................................................439 In the Matter of an Inquest into the death of Paul Jambajimba Bruno, No. 9722697 (Paper 1005)..................................................................................439 In the matter of an inquest into the death of Robert James Hodgkinson, No. 9918655, dated 14 June 2000 (Paper 2049).................................................766 Inquest into the death of Alvin Mark Schmidt, Case No. 9718562 (Paper 599) ......................................................................................................................212 Inquest into the death of Klaus Weidt, Case No. 9622719 (Paper 600) ..........212 Inquest into the death of Marcio Jose Lay Nheu, No. 9915706, dated 1 November 2000 (Paper 2234)......................................................................832 Inquest into the death of Michael John Czaschka, Case No. 9704511 (Paper 601)...................................................................................................212 Inquest into the Death of Springvale Station Worker, Coroner's Findings and recommendations, Commenced on 26 November 1997 (Paper 367) ..........123 Inquest into the deaths of Glen Anthony Huitson and Rodney William Ansell Nos. 9917767 and 9917768 respectively, delivered 15 September 2000 (Paper 2178).................................................................................................808 Office of the Coroner, Inquest into the death of Eduardo Concepcion, pursuant to Section 27 of the Coroners Act, dated 25 January 2001 (Paper 2393)....872 65
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Coroners Act (cont) Office of the Coroner, Report to the Attorney-General, RE Inquest into the death in custody of Cheyne Clarke, pursuant to Section 26 and 27 of the Coroners Act, dated 6 March 2000 (Paper 1802) ..............657 Inquest into the death of Columkille Kantilla, pursuant to Section 27 of the Coroners Act, dated 13 October 1997 (Paper 199)....................................58 Inquest into the death of Sandra Wingrove, pursuant to Section 27 of the Coroners Act, dated 17 October 1997 (Paper 198)....................................58 Report, In the matter of an Inquest into the death of James Stanley Martin by G Cavanagh SM, Territory Coroner, dated 12 August 1998 (Paper 706) .......251 Coroners Report, Inquest into the death of Waniyun Marika (Paper 1752) ........644 Cox Peninsula Land Use Structure Plan 1990, Department Lands & Housing (Paper 1283) (Mr Baldwin)..............................................................................482 Creating a Healthier Future for all Territorians - Hospital Projects Expressions of Interest, Central Region of the Northern Territory, Better facilities, more services and greater choice, Territory Health Services (Paper 1377) (Mr Dunham) ...................................................................................................504 Creating a Healthier Future for all Territorians - Hospital Projects Expressions of Interest, Top End Region of the Northern Territory, Better facilities, more services and greater choice, Territory Health Services (Paper 1376) (Mr Dunham) ...................................................................................................504 Creating a Healthier Future for all Territorians - Hospital Projects, Better facilities, more services and greater choice, Territory Health Services (Paper 1378) (Mr Dunham) .............................................................................504 Crimes Victims Advisory Committee on Crime Victims Assistance (Paper 216) (Mr Stone)..........................................................................................................62 Crossborder Estimated Expenditure by clinical Category (Major Diagnostic), 2000/2001 (Paper 2554) (Mr Dunham) ...........................................................948 Crossborder Estimated Receipts by clinical Category (Major Diagnostic Category), 2000/2001 (Paper 2555) (Mr Dunham) .........................................948 Crown Lands Act Recommendation pursuant to section 76(5) of the Crown Lands Act, Revocation of Reserve No. 1372 over Lots, 502, 1115 and NT Portion 1302, Zimin Drive, Town of Katherine (Paper 1790) ...........................................648 Revocation of Purkiss Memorial Reserve No. 1534, over Lot 294 Town of Tennant Creek (Paper 1980) .......................................................................740 Curtin University of Technology, National Drug Research Institute, preventing harmful drug use in Australia, (Paper 1916)....................................................721 Daily Legend, Honda Masters Games, Alice Springs, Friday 23 October, Vol 4 No. 6 (Paper 884) (Mr Adamson) ....................................................................263 Daily Legend, Honda Masters Games, Alice Springs, Saturday 24 October, Vol 4 No. 7 (Paper 885) (Mr Adamson) ....................................................................263 Daily Legend, Honda Masters Games, Alice Springs, Sunday 18 October, Vol 4 No. 1 (Paper 757) (Mr Adamson) ....................................................................263 66
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Daily Legend, Honda Masters Games, Alice Springs, Sunday 25 October, Vol 4 No. 8 (Paper 886) (Mr Adamson) ....................................................................263 Daily Legend, Honda Masters Games, Alice Springs, Thursday 22 October, Vol 4 No. 5 (Paper 883) (Mr Adamson) ....................................................................263 Daily Legend, Honda Masters Games, Alice Springs, Tuesday 20 October, Vol 4 No. 3 (Paper 881) (Mr Adamson) ....................................................................263 Daily Legend, Honda Masters Games, Alice Springs, Wednesday 21 October, Vol 4 No. 4 (Paper 882) (Mr Adamson) .................................................................263 Daily Program, Honda Masters Games, Alice Springs, October 1998 (Paper 756) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................................263 Darwin Bus Fares ­ New Fare Structure from 6 July 1998 (Paper 455) (Mr Coulter) .....................................................................................................149 Darwin Cruise Strategy 1998 ­ 2001 (Paper 823) (Mr Coulter) .........................281 Darwin Cruise Strategy 1998 ­ 2001 (Paper 823) (Mr Stone) ............................282 Darwin Harbour Strategy, Information Brochure No. 1 July 2000 (Paper 2019) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................752 Darwin plan ­ Areas potentially suitable for Prawn Farms ref SD 52 ­ 04 (Paper 1716) (Mr Toyne) .................................................................................621 Darwin Port Authority PTE 65, Explanation of Budget by Activity 1998/99, original budget to estimated actual expenditure, through to 1999/2000 (Paper 1344) (Mr Coulter) ...............................................................................498 Darwin Port Authority, Budget Overview, May 99, Advertising, TV, Radio, Print and other (Paper 1345) (Mr Coulter) ...............................................................498 Darwin Port Authority, Interstate Travel by destination, Table (Paper 1347) (Mr Coulter) .....................................................................................................498 Darwin Port Authority, Overseas Travel by destination, Table (Paper 1346) (Mr Coulter) .....................................................................................................498 Darwin Regional Land Use Structure Plan 1990, Department Lands & Housing (Paper 1279) (Mr Baldwin)..............................................................................482 Darwin's Future Growth Options, the Elizabeth River Area, Media Kit by the Northern Territory Government (Paper 2098) (Mr Baldwin)..........................774 Data and prices, electricity prices in Australia 1998/99 by ESAA, http //www.esaa.com.au/fib.htm (Paper 997) (Mr Coulter) ....................................436 David Bennett - Opinion re Criminal Code (Euthanasia) Amendment Bill 1997 (Paper 246).........................................................................................................73 Days lost in 1998/99 due to stress/workplace accidents (Paper 1363) (Mr Manzie) ..........................................................................................................................502 Declaration of Heritage Place ­ Former Alice Springs Post Office, Heritage Conservation Act, dated 30 March 1999 (Mr Toyne) (Paper 1059)................458 Deed of release, dated 30 October 1998 between Susan Dorothy Robinson and Andrew John Robb, The Roy Morgan Research Centre Proprietary Limited and Mark Textor (Paper 824) (Mr Bailey) .............................................................281 Dental Services detail of waiting lists, staff vacancies and expenditure by region 1999/2000 (Paper 1954) (Mr Dunham) ...........................................................728 67
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Department of the Chief Minister, 1 July 1999 to 31 May 2000 ­ functions by date and Minister (Paper 1926) (Mr Burke) ............................................................722 Department of the Chief Minister, Advisory Fees Program 2000/01 expenditure to date 31 May 2001 (Paper 2525) (Mr Burke) ...................................................943 Department of Transport and Works ­ Budget variations explained - 97/98 original Vs 97/98 estimated actual (Paper 451) (Mr Coulter) .........................148 Department of Transport and Works ­ Explanation for the variation in allocations between 1997/98 and 1998/99 Budgets (Paper 450) (Mr Coulter)..................148 Designated Flood Levels for Katherine, pamphlet by Department of Lands Planning and Environment (Paper 2017) (Mr Baldwin)..................................752 Detail of Overseas Travel, summary of overseas travel by minister, 1 July 2000 to 31 May 2001 (Paper 2530) (Mr Burke) ...........................................................943 Detail of Overseas Travel, summary of people accompanying Ministers (excluding ministerial staff) on overseas travel, 1 July 2000 to 31 May 2001 (Paper 2528) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................943 Details of clients accessing Home Share Tenant Shared Equity Scheme, HomeStart Private Shared Equity Scheme, EarlyStart Deposit Assistance Grant, Assist Interest Subsidy (Paper 481) (Mr Baldwin)..........................................156 Details of Interstate Travel, summary of interstate travellers accompanying minister (excluding ministerial staff) 1 July 2000 to 31 May 2001 (Paper 2527) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................943 Details of Media Travel, summary of media interstate and overseas travel 1 July 2000 to 31 May 2001 (Paper 2526) (Mr Burke) ..............................................943 Details of premises occupied by various Government Agencies (Paper 438) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................148 Details of relevant leases, rental agreement of premises occupied by various Government Agencies (Paper 439) (Mr Reed) ................................................148 Details of rental rebates by income type and accommodation size (Paper 476) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................156 Determination of allowances and Benefits of Acting Judge, dated 27 July 2000 (Paper 2103) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................774 Determination of Amount of Variation of Allocation to Activity, pursuant to Section 23(1), dated 22 June 2000 (Paper 2056) .............................................766 Determination of Amount of Variation of Allocation to Activity, pursuant to Section 23(1), dated 30 June 2000 (Paper 2055) .............................................766 Determination of Amounts of Allocation Transferred on Redistribution of Public Business Amongst Agencies, pursuant to Section 21(1), dated 26 June 2000 (Paper 2057).....................................................................................................766 Development of Land and Water Resources in Ti Tree (Paper 1984) (Mr Baldwin) ..........................................................................................................................724 Development Outlook Australia's Northern Territory ­ the Territory, The difference is opportunity (Paper 2431) (Mr Reed) ..........................................877 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations Between Activities, pursuant to Section 20(1)(b), dated 30 June 2000 (Paper 2053) ........................................766 68
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations Between Activities, pursuant to Section 20(1)(b), dated 30 June 2000 (Paper 2054) ........................................766 Director of Public Prosecutions - Memorandum of Advice in the Matter of the Criminal Code (Euthanasia) Amendment Bill 1997 (Paper 244) (Mr Bailey) ..73 Directory Governments of Australia, September 99, Extract from re description of Mr Toyne's educational attainment (Paper 1566) (Mr Adamson) ..................573 Discussion Paper and Invitation for Comment ­ Proposal for A New Mine Management Act, dated February 2000 by Northern Territory Government (Paper 1714) (Mr Manzie) ...............................................................................620 Discussion Paper and invitation to comment ­ Proposal for a New Mine Management Act by Northern Territory Government, Department of Mines and Energy (Paper 1897) (Mr Manzie)...................................................................705 Distribution Committee, 2000 Distribution of Northern Territory Electoral Divisions, Volume I (Paper 1828) and Report of the Distribution Committee, 2000 Distribution of Northern Territory Electoral Divisions, Volume II (Paper 1829) (Mr Burke).............................................................................................666 Domestic Electricity Comparison 1998/99 (Mr Coulter) (Paper 1066) ..............459 Domestic electricity price, Standard Domestic Tariff (with annual consumption of 3,500 kWh) (Mr Coulter) (Paper 1061) ...........................................................459 Domestic Electricity Prices ­ International Comparison as at 01/01/99 (Mr Coulter) (Paper 1065) ...............................................................................459 Domestic Violence and Employers, Occasional Paper No. 2, by the Office of Women's Policy (Paper 1435) (Mr Burke)......................................................527 Domestic Violence It's a Crime, The Territory Breaks the Silence (Paper 1736) (Mr Stirling) .....................................................................................................629 Domestic Violence Strategy 1994 to 2005, NT Safe, Community Against Crime (Paper 2394).....................................................................................................873 DOSSIER nt - Is Official Theft a Crime, open letter (Paper 700) (Mrs Hickey) ..........................................................................................................................247 Draft Constitution for the State of the Northern Territory (Paper 551) (Mr Stone) ..........................................................................................................................181 Draft Constitution for the State of the Northern Territory (Paper 552) (Mr Burke) ..........................................................................................................................181 Draft Legislation dated 12 November 1997 - to amend the Ayers Rock Resort Corporation Act, prepared by the Office of the Parliamentary Counsel (Paper 151) (Mr Bailey).....................................................................................51 Dealing with Alcohol in Alice Springs, An assessment of policy options and recommendations for action.............................................................................403 Draft Summary Report, 48th Westminster on Parliamentary Practice and Procedure, March 1998 (Paper 548) (Mr Balch) .............................................178 Draft, Land Title Bill 1998 (Paper 849) (Mr Stone)............................................283 Drugs, Money and Governments 1997/98, Northern Territory Performance Survey Results - Extract, ADCA (Paper 1430) (Mr Dunham) ...................................526 Drunks attack security guard, article, Tennant and District Times, 2 February 1996 (Paper 566) (Mr Stone) ...........................................................................186 69
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Dwellings sold under the Housing 2003 policy by stock, type and area (Paper 1973) (Mrs Braham) .............................................................................733 E-business in the Northern Territory by Northern Territory Government (Paper 2022) (Mr Adamson)............................................................................752 Education ­ Replacement Silver Bullets (Paper 485) (Mr Baldwin)...................156 Education is not GST ­ free by Michael Lee MP Shadow Minister for Education Canberra, dated 8 June 2000 (Paper 1962) (Mr Toyne) ..................................731 Education, Training and Youth Affairs ­ Senate Legislation Committee ­ Questions on Notice 1999 ­ 2000 Budget Estimates Hearing ­ Question No. E 88 asked by Senator Crossin on bilingual education (Paper 1798) (Mr Toyne) ..........................................................................................................................652 Eisteddfod, 39th North Australian (Paper 1979) (Mr Adamson) ........................740 Electricity Supply Association of Australia Ltd ­ 1999, Extract from Table 4.6 Electricity Prices Pg. 59, Nominated price cents per Kwh ­ Total by Australian States (Paper 1454) (Ms Martin) .....................................................................535 Electricity Supply Association of Australia, published statistics 1998/99 (Mr Coulter) (Paper 1092) ...............................................................................463 Eligibility for Public Housing based on a means and asset test (Paper 479) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................156 Elizabeth River Lake Environmental Feasibility Assessment by EWL Sciences Pty Ltd, dated February 2000 (Paper 2033) (Mr Ah Kit) ................................757 E-Mail from Bradd Linsley, dated 29 February 2000 re mandatory sentencing (Paper 1725) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................627 Emerging from What by Deana Murray (Paper 1885) ........................................700 Enforceable Undertaking ­ Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Section 93AA Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act re Mr Deo, dated 21 December 1999 (Paper 1718) (Mr Stirling) .............................621 Engineering Construction ­ With Railway factor, estimated projections of Rail Value to the NT Construction Industry, Approximately $200m/yr over 3 years (Mr Coulter) (Paper 1098) ...............................................................................464 Enhancements to Police Housing, actual expenditure 1999-2000, programmed expenditure 2000-2001 by location (Paper 1937) (Mr Reed)..........................724 Enrolment, Northern Territory University, In the right place at the right time (Paper 1374) (Mr Adamson)............................................................................504 Enrolments in Transition and Year 8, Government /Non Government Schools, Urban and Non-urban schools, 1998/2004 (Paper 1370) (Mr Adamson)........503 Essential Primary Health Care Services for Health Development in Remote Aboriginal Communities in the Northern Territory by Paul Freeman and Arie Rotem, dated April 1999 (Paper 1447) (Mr Dunham).....................................532 Estimated Cash Allocations 2001/2002 by item (Paper 2566) (Dr Lim).............953 Estimated Enrolment Percentages 23/2/98 - NT Department of Education (Paper 290) (Mr Adamson)................................................................................98 Estimated Expenditure on Travel 1997/98, Correctional Services (Paper 459) (Mr Poole)........................................................................................................151 70
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Ethnic Affairs Sponsorship Program 1998/99 as at 30 May 1999 (Paper 1394) (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................508 Ethnic Affairs Sponsorship Program, Guidelines and Application Form, by Office of Ethnic Affairs (Paper 2561) (Mr Adamson)................................................952 Eulogy, Ms Nicole Anna Habib (Paper 2066) (Dr Lim) .....................................765 Evidence Sheet, Fact Two, ALP Position Paper extract of page 26 and page 10, Queensland Crime Prevention Strategy (Paper 1787) .....................................647 Excerpt of statement by Chief Justice Brian Martin, dated 23 February 2000 made in Supreme Court (Paper 1701) (Ms Martin)...................................................614 Expenditure Details by individual Minister ­ Document Production (Paper 1928) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................722 Expenditure Details by individual Minister - Entertainment (Paper 1922) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................722 Expenditure Details by individual Minister ­ Marketing and Promotion (Paper 1927) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................722 Expenditure on Awards for 2000-2001, Department of the Chief Minister (Paper 1921) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................722 Expenditure on Promotions and Advertising for 2000/01 (Paper 2542) (Mr Manzie) .....................................................................................................947 Expenditure on Rural Health Clinics 1997/98, Territory Health Services (Paper 458) (Mr Burke) ...................................................................................151 Explanatory memorandum, Gas Pipelines Access (Northern Territory) Bill 1998 (Serial 66) (Paper 396) (Mr Poole) ..................................................................129 Explanatory Memorandum, Lands Acquisition Amendment Bill 1998 (Paper 405) (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................140 Explanatory Memorandum, Lands Acquisition Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 75) (Paper 405) (Mr Palmer)..................................................................................136 Explanatory memorandum, Motor Accidents (Compensation) Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 73) (Paper 416) (Mr Manzie) ......................................................139 Explanatory memorandum, Power and Water Authority Amendment Bill 1998 (Serial 63) (Paper 395).....................................................................................128 Exports/imports from the Northern Territory for financial year 1999-2000 ­ value (FOB) ($000) (Paper 2139) (Mr Manzie) ........................................................788 Extract from a draft thesis ­ Northern Territory Statehood 1985 ­ 1998 Public Policy and Process ­ Chapter 13 Experiences of sub national polities in the United States of America (Paper 1857) (Mr Hatton).......................................692 Extract from the APPEA Journal 1997, Part 2, Tailpiece, Exploration and Mining on Northern Territory Aboriginal Land ­ Rhetoric Versus Reality (Paper 681) (Mr Manzie) .....................................................................................................240 Extract of Aboriginal Lands Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976, section 23, Functions of Land Councils (Paper 1841) (Mr Ah Kit)...................................666 Extract of Appropriation Bill 1998/99 (Serial 68), Debates, Parliamentary Record of 18 June 1998, Mr Toyne (Paper 1511) (Mr Adamson) ...............................549 71
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Extract of Minutes of Proceedings 17 August 2000 ­ Financial Management Act, Transfers of excess allocations between Activities (Paper 2105) (Mr Reed)..773 Extract of pages 44 and 45 ­ Law of Privilege by Suzanne B McNicol, Law Book Co Ltd 1992 ­ Legal Professional Privilege (Paper 2152) (Mr Manzie).........799 Extract of Speech by Mr Stirling of 25 November 1997 in response to motion nominating a Speaker for the Assembly (Paper 1715) (Mr Stirling)...............621 Extract of speech by Mr Tanner relating to TELSTRA (Transition to Full Private Ownership) Bill 1998 and cognate Bills Telecommunications Legislation Amendment Bill 1998, Telecommunications (Universal Service Levy) Amendment Bill 1998, and NRS Levy Imposition Amendment Bill 1998, dated 23 November 1998, Page 412 (Paper 764) (Mr Reed) ....................................266 Extract of The Australian Financial Review, Tuesday 16 May 2000 ­ Debt, virtue in the middle (Paper 1830) (Mr Reed).............................................................665 Extract of transcript of public evidence, dated 24 June 1999, Coles Pty Ltd, Mr Williams re electricity costs and pay-roll tax effects on grocery prices (Paper 1500) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................543 Extract of Treasurer's Quarterly Financial Statement, schedule 17, pages 4 and 5 (Paper 2095) (Ms Martin) ................................................................................773 Extract, ABC News net page Former Coalition minister Attacks NT Land Rights record, dated 13 October 1998. (Paper 680) (Mr Ah Kit) ...............................239 Extract, Commonwealth Electoral Act, Part XX ­ Election funding and financial disclosure, Division 1 to 4 inclusive (Paper 797) (Mr Stone) .........................274 Extract, Funding and Disclosure Handbook for candidates, pages 20 and 21 Australia Electoral Commission (Paper 880) (Mr Stone)................................274 Extract, House of Representative Hansard, pages 13703,13675 and 13676 re General Purpose Payments to States, dated 17 February 2000 (Paper 1708) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................620 Extract, Ministerial Statement ­ Impediments to Resource Development, dated Wednesday 28 February 2001 (Paper 2546) (Mr Manzie) ..............................947 Extract, Northern Territory Labor Platform - Youth Policy (Paper 763) (Mr Elferink)....................................................................................................264 Extract, NT Budget 98 - Reed warns it'll be tough, NT News, dated 15 April 1998 (Paper 487) (Mr Reed) .....................................................................................157 Extract, Parliamentary Record, No. 12, dated 20 June 1995 (Paper 853) (Mr Stone)........................................................................................................288 Extract, Parliamentary Record, No. 25, dated 17 September 1996 (Paper 855) (Mr Stone)........................................................................................................288 Extract, Parliamentary Record, No. 34, dated 17 June 1997 (Paper 856) (Mr Stone)........................................................................................................288 Extract, Parliamentary Record, No. 7, dated 16 June 1998 (Paper 857) (Mr Stone) ..........................................................................................................................288 Extract, Social Justice Report 1999 by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner ­ Mandatory sentencing and Indigenous Youth (Paper 2130) (Mr Ah Kit) ................................................................................785 72
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Extract, speech by Dr Lim at 1998 National Conference of Parliamentary Environment Committees, Melbourne, July 1998 (Paper 748) (Dr Lim)........260 Extract, Supporting Australians with Severe and Profound Disabilities, Table 4 ­ Funding contributions made by Governments to accommodate, support, respite care and day care services, 1989-90 to 1998-99 (Paper 1559) (Mr Henderson) ..........................................................................................................................566 Extract, The Arrest of the Ipswich Railway Rapist by Detective Sergeant Warwick Michael, Sexual Offences Investigation Squad, The Queensland Police Union Journal, October 1998 (Paper 787) (Mr Reed) ................................................271 Extreme Landforms by Christian Clare Robertson 14 November 1997 to 19 April 1998 (Paper 1882)............................................................................................700 Facsimile, Ambrose, Bernard, Regional Manager Construction, Department of Transport and Works, to Mr Paul Glynn, dated 16 July 1998 (Paper 539) (Mr Toyne).......................................................................................................178 Facsimile, Cairncross, Mr Simon, Allco Property Finance Limited to Mr Mahen Gunaratnam, PAWA dated 28 September 1990 re N T Transmission Line Financing of the Darwin to Katherine Transmission Line (Paper 2196) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................813 Facsimile, Fleming, Connie, Department of Transport and Works, to Paul Way, Centre Plumbing, dated 23 July 1998 (Paper 540) (Mr Toyne) ......................178 Facsimile, Textor, Mr Mark, Territory Focus Consulting to Mr Andrew Coward, dated 1 September 1993 (Paper 778) (Mrs Hickey) ........................................268 Facsimile, Textor, Mr Mark, Territory Focus Consulting to Mr Andrew Coward, dated 7 September 1993 (Paper 775) (Mrs Hickey) ........................................268 Fax, Ms Kezia Purick to Mr Steve Balch re results of Mine Rescue Competition Results (Paper 2148) (Mr Balch) .....................................................................797 Federal and Territory Issues, Newspoll Market Research, dated 11 November 1992 (Paper 935) (Mr Stirling) ........................................................................407 Federal Voting Intention, Newspoll Market Research, dated 6 November 1992 (Paper 933) (Mr Stirling) .................................................................................407 Final Report, Economic and Budgetary Impacts of the Alice Springs ­ Darwin Railway Project prepared for the Department of Transport and Works by Access Economics, Canberra, dated 2 June 1999 (Paper 1267) (Mr Coulter) 479 Financial Management Act Administrator's Direction, Increase of Treasurer's Advance, dated 27 February 1998 (Paper 365)..........................................................................................123 Approval of Additional Allocation - Section 22(1), 28 June 1999, AntiDiscrimination, Department of Industries & Business, Dept of Transport & Works, Dept of Education, NT Housing (Paper 1466)................................538 Approval of Additional Allocation by Treasurer, Racing and Gaming Authority, pursuant to section 22 (1), dated 30 June 1998 (Paper 585) ......212 Approval of Additional Allocations Northern Territory Treasury etc., 30 June 1997 (Paper 53)...........................29 Office of Courts Administration and Magistrates Court, dated 20 June 1997 (Paper 46)...................................................................................................29 73
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Financial Management Act (cont) Approval of Additional Allocations, pursuant to section 22(1), Signed Treasurer, dated 29 June 2001 (Paper 2592) ...............................................976 Direction to Transfer Excess Allocations, Department of the Chief MinisterSpecialist Services and Executive Government to Corporate Management and Arts and Cultural Affairs; Department of the Legislative AssemblyAssembly Services to Member Services; Racing and Gaming AuthoritySystems to Corporate Management and Racing Management; Batchelor College- Higher Education to Academic and Student Support; Centralian College- Vocational Education and Training to Corporate Services; Department of Education- Corporate Management, Secondary Education, Student and School Support Services, Non-Government Education, PostSecondary Education to Urban Pre-School and Primary Education, NonUrban Education; Department of Lands, Planning and EnvironmentResource Management and Environment to Water Resources......................29 Determination Various Government Departments, dated 30 June 1997 (Paper 54)..............29 Determination by Treasurer, Various Government Departments, pursuant to section 22 (2), dated 30 June 1998 (Paper 586)...........................................212 Determination of Amount by which allocations for certain receipts may be varied - Section 23(1) 30 June 1999 - Dept of the Chief Minister (Paper 1462).................................................................................................538 Determination of Amount of Allocation for Certain Receipts may be varied Section 23(1) 28 June 1999 ­ Office of Aboriginal Development (Paper 1460).................................................................................................538 Determination of Amount of Allocation Transferred on Redistribution of Public Business Amongst Agencies - Section 21(1), dated 24 March 1999, Territory Health Services, Dept of Local Government, Department of Housing (Paper 1463).................................................................................................538 Determination of Amount of Variation of Allocation to Activities, pursuant to section 23(1), dated 9 November 2000 (Paper 2261) ..................................832 Determination of Amount of Variation of Allocation to Activity, pursuant to section 23(1), dated 23 November 2000 (Paper 2262) ................................832 Determination of Amount of Variation of Allocation to Activity, pursuant to section 23(1), dated 23 November 2000 (Paper 2266) ................................832 Determination of Amounts of Allocation Transferred on Redistribution of Public Business Amongst Agencies Power and Water Authority and N T Treasury, dated 29 September 1997 (Paper 55)...................................................................................................29 Determination of Amounts of Allocation Transferred on Redistribution of Public Business Amongst Agencies - Section 21(1), 1 June 1999, Dept of Industries & Business, Dept of Mines & Energy, Office of Communications, Science & Advanced Technology (Paper 1464)..........................................538 Determination of Amounts of Allocation Transferred on Redistribution of Public Business Amongst Agencies - Section 21(1), 29 June 1999, Dept of Corporate & Information Services (Paper 1465) .........................................538 74
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Financial Management Act (cont) Determination of Amounts of Allocation Transferred on Redistribution of Public Business Amongst Agencies, dated 1 June 1999 (Paper 1299)........491 Determination of amounts of Allocation transferred on redistribution of public business amongst Agencies, dated 27 January 1999 (Paper 974) (Mr Reed) ......................................................................................................................420 Determination of Amounts of Allocation transferred on redistribution of public business amongst Agencies, dated 29 December 1998 (Paper 975) (Mr Reed) ......................................................................................................................420 Determination of Amounts of Allocation Transferred on Redistribution of Public Business Amongst Agencies, pursuant to section 21(1), dated 23 November 2000 (Paper 2263)......................................................................832 Determination of Amounts of Allocations Transferred on Redistribution of Public Business Amongst Agencies, dated 24 March 1999 (Paper 1016)...447 Determination of Investments, pursuant to section 29(2)(f), dated 22 June 2001 (Paper 2586).................................................................................................976 Determination of Investments, pursuant to section 29(2)(f), Signed Treasurer, dated 22 June 2001 (Paper 2591).................................................................976 Determination of Variation of Allocation to Activity - Northern Territory Treasury Corporation, pursuant to section 23(1) and (2), dated 10 January 2001 (Paper 2381)........................................................................................873 Direction - Transfer of Allocation between Financial Years - Section 22(2), 30 June 1999, DCM, AG's, NT Treasury, NT Treasury Corp, NTTC, NTPFES, P&W, T&W, WHA, DIB, Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority, DLP&E, DME, DCIS, OCPE, Office of Communications, Science &Advanced Technology, Edu, Centralian College, Sport & Rec, NTETA, A&M, THS, Local Govt, OAD, DPIF, Correctional Services, DBS, Construction, DPA, PAWA, NT Housing (Paper 1467) ..............................................................539 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20 (1)(b), 29 June 1999, Department of Corporate & Information Services (Paper 1473).................................................................................................539 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 23 June 1999, Batchelor College (Paper 1468) ............................538 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 28 June 1999, Darwin Port Authority (Paper 1470).....................538 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 28 June 1999, Dept of the Legislative Assembly (Paper 1469) ...538 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 28 June 1999, Office of the Commissioner for Public Employment (Paper 1471).................................................................................................538 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 28 June 1999, Parks and Wildlife Commission of the NT (Paper 1472).................................................................................................538 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 29 June 1999, Information Technology Management Services (Paper 1476).................................................................................................538 75
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Financial Management Act (cont) Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 29 June 1999, NT Attorney-General's Department (Paper 1475) 538 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 29 June 1999, NT Treasury (Paper 1474) ....................................538 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 30 June 1999, Department of the Chief Minister (Paper 1480) ...538 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 30 June 1999, Dept of Lands, Planning & Environment (Paper 1477).................................................................................................538 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 30 June 1999, NT Correctional Services (Paper 1481) ................538 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 30 June 1999, NT Tourist Commission (Paper 1479) ..................538 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 30 June 1999, Parks & Wildlife Commission of the NT (Paper 1482).................................................................................................538 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities - Section 20(1)(b), 30 June 1999, Racing and Gaming Authority (Paper 1478) ........538 Direction ­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, dated 29 January 1999 (Paper 1015) ..........................................................................447 Direction - Transfer of excess Allocations between Activities, in pursuance of section 20(1)(a), dated 31 January 2000 (Paper 1760) ................................644 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations Between Activities, pursuant of section 20(1)(a), dated 30 November 2000 (Paper 2265)............................832 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations Between Activities, pursuant to section 20(1)(a), dated 1 June 2001, Administrator (Paper 2505)...............935 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations Between Activities, pursuant to Section 20(1)(a), dated 30 June 2000 (Paper 2051).....................................766 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, pursuant to section 20(1)(a), Department of Education, dated 30 June 1999 (Paper 1412) ......................................................................................................................521 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, pursuant to section 20(1)(a), Power and Water Authorities, dated 30 June 1999 (Paper 1414).................................................................................................521 Direction - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, pursuant to section 20(1)(a), Territory Health Services, dated 30 June 1999 (Paper 1413) ......................................................................................................................521 Direction ­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, pursuant to section 20(1)(a), Various Agencies, Signed Administrator, dated 29 June 2001 (Paper 2593)........................................................................................976 Direction ­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, pursuant to section 20(1)(b), Department of Mines and Energy, Signed Treasurer, dated 26 June 2001 (Paper 2596) ..........................................................................976 76
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Financial Management Act (cont) Direction ­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, pursuant to section 20(1)(b), Northern Territory Correctional Services, Signed Treasurer, dated 29 June 2001 (Paper 2595).................................................................976 Direction ­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, pursuant to section 20(1)(b), Northern Territory Employment and Training Authority, Signed Treasurer, dated 25 June 2001 (Paper 2597) ...................................977 Direction ­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, pursuant to section20(1)(b), Various Agencies, Signed Treasurer, dated 29 June 2001 (Paper 2594).................................................................................................976 Direction ­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, Various Government Agencies, dated 28 May 1999 (Paper 1298)...........................491 Direction by Administrator ­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, Department of Education, pursuant to section 20 (1) (a), dated 26 June 1998 (Paper 584) .................................................................................212 Direction by Administrator ­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, Northern Territory Housing Commission Lending, Department of Housing and Local Government to Northern Territory Housing Commission, Housing, pursuant to section 20 (1) (a), dated 26 June 1998 (Paper 583)...............................................................212 Direction by Administrator, transfer of excess allocations between activities, pursuant to section 20(1) (a), dated 15 June 1998 (Paper 468) ...................157 Direction by the Treasurer, pursuant to section 20(1)(a) - Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, dated 15 June 2000 (Paper 1956) .............740 Direction by Treasurer - Transfer Excess Allocations, Batchelor College, pursuant to section 20 (1) (b), dated 24 June 1998 (Paper 588) ..................212 Direction by Treasurer ­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, Department of Communications and Advanced Technology Commercial Services, pursuant to section 20 (1) (b), dated 30 June 1998 (Paper 591)...............................................................................................212 Direction by Treasurer ­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, Department of Education, pursuant to section 20 (1) (b), dated 30 June 1998 (Paper 592)...................................................................................................212 Direction by Treasurer ­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, Ombudsman's Office, pursuant to section 20 (1) (b), dated 30 June 1998 (Paper 590)...................................................................................................212 Direction by Treasurer ­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, Territory Health Services, pursuant to section 20 (1) (b), dated 30 June 1998 (Paper 587)...................................................................................................212 Direction by Treasurer­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, Northern Territory Attorney-Generals Department, pursuant to section 20 (1) (b), dated 30 June 1998 (Paper 589) ............................................................212 Direction by Treasurer­ Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, pursuant to section 20 (1) (b), dated 30 June 1998 (Paper 593) .....................................212 77
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Financial Management Act (cont) Direction by Treasurer­ Transfer of Excess Allocations, Department of Transport and Works, pursuant to section 20 (1) (b), dated 30 June 1998 (Paper 594)...................................................................................................212 Direction by Treasurer, transfer excess allocation, Department of Transport and Works to Trade Development Zone Authority, pursuant to section 20(1) (b), dated 26 May 1998 (Paper 469)...................................................................157 Direction by Treasurer, transfer of excess allocation between activities, Department of Lands, Planning and Environment-Land Administration, Land Information to Department of Lands, Planning and Environment - Corporate Support, pursuant to section 20(1) (b), dated 12 June 1998 (Paper 471) ....157 Direction by Treasurer, transfer of excess allocations between activities, Northern Territory Tourist Commission - Corporate Management, Regional Tourism Associations to Northern Territory Tourist Commission Marketing, Regional and Industry Liaison, pursuant to section 20(1) (b), dated 12 June 1998 (Paper 470)...................................................................157 Direction by Treasurer, transfer of excess allocations between activities, Northern Territory Treasury, Services-Corporate Management, Economic Services, Financial Services to Northern Territory Treasury ServicesBudgets and public Finance, Territory Revenue Management and Northern Territory Treasury, Superannuation Office-Administration, pursuant to section 20(1) (b), dated 3 June 1998 (Paper 472) ........................................157 Direction to Transfer Excess Allocations, dated 26 June 1997 (Paper 45) .......29 Direction to Transfer Excess Allocations, dated 26 June 1997 (Paper 49) .......29 Direction to Transfer Excess Allocations, dated 26 June 1997 (Paper 50) .......29 Direction to Transfer Excess Allocations, dated 30 June 1997 (Paper 43) .......29 Direction to Transfer Excess Allocations, dated 30 June 1997 (Paper 44) .......29 Direction to Transfer Excess Allocations, dated 30 June 1997 (Paper 52) .......29 Direction, Transfer of Excess Allocations between Activities, dated 27 February 1998 (Paper 366) ..........................................................................123 Increase of Treasurer's Advance, dated 29 January 1999 (Paper 1014) .........447 Increase of Treasurer's Advance, in pursuance of section 19(1), dated 31 January 2000 (Paper 1763) ..........................................................................644 Increase of Treasurer's Advance, pursuant to section 19(1), dated 1 June 2001, Administrator (Paper 2504) .........................................................................935 Increase of Treasurers Advance, pursuant to section 19(1), dated 15 June 1998 (Paper 473)...................................................................................................157 Increase of Treasurer's Advance, pursuant to section 19(1), dated 30 March 2001, Administrator (Paper 2503) ...............................................................935 Increase of Treasurer's Advance, pursuant to section 19(1), dated 30 November 2000 (Paper 2264)........................................................................................832 Treasurer's Determination, Amounts of Allocation Transferred on Redistribution of Public Business Amongst Agencies, dated 6 March 1998 (Paper 364)...................................................................................................123 78
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Financial Management Act (cont) Treasurer's Determination, pursuant to section 23(1) Variation of Allocation to Activity, Department of Arts and Museums Operating Account to Department of Arts and Museums Cultural Development, dated 16 June 2000 (Paper 2020).................................................................................................753 Variation of Allocation to Activities, pursuant to section 23(1), Centralian College, Signed Treasurer, dated 29 June 2001 (Paper 2600).....................977 Variation of Allocation to Activities, pursuant to section 23(1), Department of the Chief Minister, Signed Treasurer, dated 21 June 2001 (Paper 2599)....977 Variation of Allocation to Activity - Section 23(1) 29 June 1999 - Centralian College (Paper 1461) ...................................................................................539 Variation of Allocation to Activity by Treasurer, Centralian College, pursuant to section 23 (1), dated 30 June 1998 (Paper 595).......................................212 Variation of Allocation to Activity by Treasurer, Department of Housing and Local Government, pursuant to section 23 (1) and (2), dated 19 June 1998 (Paper 598)...................................................................................................212 Variation of Allocation to Activity by Treasurer, Ombudsman's Office, pursuant to section 23 (1), dated 25 June 1998 (Paper 596)........................212 Variation of Allocation to Activity by Treasurer, Racing and Gaming Authority, pursuant to section 23 (1), dated 24 June 1998 (Paper 597) ......212 Variation of Allocation to Activity, in pursuance of section 23(1), dated 24 December 1999 (Paper 1761) ......................................................................644 Variation of Allocation to Activity, in pursuance of sections 23(1), dated 6 January 2000 (Paper 1762) ..........................................................................644 Variation of Allocation to Activity, pursuant to section 23(1), Department of Transport and Works, Signed Treasurer, dated 18 June 2001 (Paper 2598)977 Variation of Allocation to Activity, pursuant to section 23(1), Information Technology Management Services, Signed Treasurer, dated 21 June 2001 (Paper 2602).................................................................................................977 Variation of Allocation to Activity, pursuant to section 23(1), Information Technology Management Services, Signed Treasurer, dated 29 June 2001 (Paper 2601).................................................................................................977 Variation of Allocation to Activity, pursuant to section 23(1), Northern Territory Tourist Commission, Signed Treasurer, dated 26 June 2001 (Paper 2603) ............................................................................................................977 Variation of Allocation to Activity, pursuant to section 23(1), Territory Discoveries, Signed Treasurer, dated 26 June 2001 (Paper 2604) ..............977 Variation of Allocations to Activities Auditor-General's Office, dated 25 June 1997 (Paper 48)..............................................................................................29 Variation of Allocations to Activities Department of the Chief Minister, dated 25 June 1997 (Paper 47) ................................................................................29 79
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Financial Statements Auditor-General's Report to the Minister for Racing and Gaming, TAB, Year ended 30 June 1997 (Paper 142)....................................................................50 Auditor-General's Report to the Minister for Racing, Gaming and Licensing, TAB for year ended 30 June 1999 (Paper 1594) .........................................578 Ayers Rock Resort Corporation for the year ended 30 June 1997 (Paper 31) (Mr Reed).......................................................................................................26 Ayers Rock Resort, for the period ended 30 June 1998 (Paper 876)...............368 Cobourg Peninsula Sanctuary and Marine Park Board, Year ended 30 June 1999 (Paper 1846)........................................................................................692 Darwin Port Corporation, 1999/2000 (Paper 2198).........................................820 Menzies School of Health Research, 1999/2000 (Paper 2136) .......................797 Menzies School of Health Research, for the year ended 30 June 1998 (Paper 695)...................................................................................................245 Menzies School of Health Research, Iain Summers, Auditor General for the Northern Territory to the Honourable Stephen Dunham, Minister for Health, Family and Children's Services, dated 14 September 1999 (Paper 1544) ...563 Northern Territory Auditor-Generals Office for year ended 30 June 1998 (Paper 707)...................................................................................................251 Northern Territory Auditor-General's Office for year ended 30 June 1999, (Paper 1595).................................................................................................578 Northern Territory Auditor-General's Office, for year ended 30 June 2000 (Paper2079)..................................................................................................772 TAB 1999/2000 (Paper 2220)..........................................................................832 Finniss Land Use Structure Plan 1990, Department Lands & Housing (Paper 1285) (Mr Baldwin)..............................................................................482 Firebombs, Jabiluka miner's offices destroyed Northern Territory News, dated 22 September 1998 (Paper 988) (Mr Manzie) ......................................................435 FISHCOUNT A Survey of Recreational Fishing in the Northern Territory, Summary by Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries/Kewagama Research (Paper 371) (Mr Palmer) ..................................................................121 Flow Chart, Port of Darwin ­ Australia's Natural Northern Gateway Port (Paper 1140) (Mr Coulter) ...............................................................................473 Form, Department of Correctional Services, HM Gaol and Labour Prison, Alice Springs. (Paper 255) (Mr Toyne).......................................................................78 Foundation initiatives (including a progress report) (Paper 1965) (Mr Adamson) ..........................................................................................................................732 Foundations for Our Future ­ become the Supply, Service and Distribution Centre for the Region by Northern Territory Government (Paper 1496) (Mr Palmer) ..........................................................................................................................542 Foundations for Our Future - Encourages Strong Northern Territory Regions and Communities (Paper 1577) (Mr Baldwin) .......................................................575 Foundations for Our Future of the Northern Territory - Foster Partnerships in Aboriginal Development by the Northern Territory Government (Paper 1535) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................561 Foundations for our Future the Northern Territory ­ Build on a Successful Resource-based Economy (Paper 1437) (Mr Manzie) ....................................528 80
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Fracas outside Hickey home, article, Centralian Advocate, 2 February 1996 (Paper 567) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................186 Functional Transfers to DCIS from Agencies and other Functional Transfers across Government as at 3 June 1999, Schedules (Paper 1318) (Mr Reed) ....496 Funding for Local Government LGANT 1998/99 and 1999/2000 (Paper 1380) (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................507 Funding for Recreation Officers in Aboriginal Communities 1999-2000 (Paper 1955) (Mr Lugg)...................................................................................729 Funding to town camp organisations 1999-2000 (Paper 1967) (Mrs Braham) ...732 Gazetted Real Prices N T ­ Domestic and Commercial ­ 1987/88 through to 1998/99 (Mr Coulter) (Paper 1062) .................................................................459 General Purpose Tariff Comparison 1998/99 (Mr Coulter) (Paper 1063)...........459 Golden Chef's Hat Award, List of Competitors (Paper 1983) (Mrs Braham).....712 Government Agencies housing construction costs on Aboriginal Communities (Paper 1976) (Mrs Braham) .............................................................................733 Grants to specific ethnic organisations ­ Ethnic Affairs Sponsorship Program 1997/98 (Paper 461) (Mr Palmer)....................................................................152 Graph 1 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ All Reported Mandatory Sentencing Offences (Paper 330) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................115 Graph 1 Percentage of Northern Territory Population Covered by Hospital Insurance Tables (Paper 1952) (Mr Dunham) .................................................728 Graph 2 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Stealing Offences (Paper 331) (Mr Stone)........................................................................................................115 Graph 3 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Criminal Damage Offences (Paper 332) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................115 Graph 4 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Unlawful Entry with Intent Offences (Paper 333) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................115 Graph 5 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Unlawful Entries in Dwelling Offences (Paper 334) (Mr Stone).....................................................................115 Graph 6 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Unlawful Entries in Building Offences (Paper 335) (Mr Stone).....................................................................115 Graph 7 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Unlawful Use of Vehicle/Vessel Offences (Paper 336) (Mr Stone).....................................................................115 Graph 8 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Total Reported Offences (includes Mandatory Sentencing Offences) (Paper 337) (Mr Stone) ................................................115 Graph, Admissions to Sobering Up Shelter by NT Police and Night Patrol for period July 2000 to June 2001 (Paper 2494) (Mr Dunham) ............................899 Graph, Average Real Domestic Electricity Prices 1987/88 through to 2001/02 (Paper 1349) (Mr Coulter) ...............................................................................498 Graph, Average Weekly Earnings of Full-time Adults February 1999 (Paper 1421) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................524 Graph, Comparison of Capital City Unleaded Petrol Import Parity Indicator Price with Average Unleaded Petrol Prices (Paper 2308) (Ms Martin)....................839 Graph, comparison of Capital City Unleaded Petrol Import Parity Price with Average Unleaded Petrol Prices (Paper 2309) (Ms Martin)............................841 81
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Graph, Consumer Price Index, June Quarter 1999 annual %Change (Paper 1420) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................524 Graph, Crime Rate Prior to Mandatory Sentencing (Paper 350) (Mr Stone) ......116 Graph, Crime Rate Since Mandatory Sentencing (Paper 351) (Mr Stone) .........116 Graph, Crime Statistics 1996/1997 ­ NT (per 100 000 of Population), Chart 1, ABS Recorded Crime 1997 (Paper 559) (Mr Stone) .......................................186 Graph, Crime Statistics 1996/1997 ­ NT (per 100 000 of Population), Chart 2, ABS Recorded Crime 1997 (Papers 560) (Mr Stone) .....................................186 Graph, Domestic Electricity Comparison 1998/99, based on 1900 kWh per quarter ­ Australian Capital Cities (Paper 1300) (Mr Coulter)....................................487 Graph, Domestic Electricity Price, Standard Domestic Tariff, (with annual consumption of 3,500 kWh) (Paper 1310) (Mr Reed).....................................494 Graph, Effect of Mandatory Sentencing on the Australian Dollar (as compared with the $US) (Paper 349) (Mr Bailey) ...........................................................116 Graph, Homenorth Assist Interest Subsidy, 1996/97 and 1997/98 (Paper 277) (Mr Baldwin) .....................................................................................................92 Graph, Homenorth Deposit Assistance, 1996/97 and 1997/98 (Paper 275) (Mr Baldwin) .....................................................................................................92 Graph, Homenorth Homeshare, 1996/97 and 1997/98 (Paper 276) (Mr Baldwin)92 Graph, Homenorth Homestart Loan Advances, 1996/97 and 1997/98 (Paper 278) (Mr Baldwin) .....................................................................................................92 Graph, Number of Taxis available and number of customers waiting at Darwin Airport for 12 April ­ 18 April 1999 (Mr Balch) (Paper 1123) ......................468 Graph, Number of Taxis available and number of customers waiting at Darwin Airport for 22 March ­ 28 March 1999 (Mr Balch) (Paper 1125) ..................468 Graph, Number of Taxis available and number of customers waiting at Darwin Airport for 29 March ­ 4 April 1999 (Mr Balch) (Paper 1124) ......................468 Graph, Number of Taxis available and number of customers waiting at Darwin Airport for 5 April ­ 11 April 1999 (Mr Balch) (Paper 1122) ........................468 Graph, Offences Reported to Police Against Property (Paper 2243) (Mr Reed) 828 Graph, Offences Reported to Police Against Property, page 85 of Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services, 1999-2000, Annual Report. (Paper 2474) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................887 Graph, Power and Water Authority Research and Development 1996/97 through to 1999/2000 (Paper 1350) (Mr Coulter) .........................................................498 Graph, Selected Household Taxes and Charges Average Home $ Annum incl Electricity Water Sewerage, State Average $1712 (Paper 1433) (Mr Dunham) ..........................................................................................................................527 Graph, September Quarter Telephone Occupancy Survey Results ­ Total Northern Territory ­ By Accommodation (Paper 831) (Mr Stone) ................................282 Graph, Telstra Small Business Index Attitude to Territory Government, November 2000 (Paper 2242) (Mr Reed) ........................................................827 Graph, Telstra Small Business Index Attitude to Territory Government, Source, Telstra Small Business Index, November 2000 (Paper 2256) (Dr Toyne) ......830 82
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Graph, Telstra Small Business Index, Business Confidence, November 2000 (Paper 2257) (Dr Toyne)..................................................................................830 Graph, Total thefts by months and years for period Sept 96 to Oct 98, Neighbour Watch, Alice Springs (Paper 941) (Mr Stirling)..............................................409 Graph, Total Value of Goods Stolen for Months Sept 96 Nov 98, Neighbour Watch, Alice Springs (Paper 942) (Mr Stirling)..............................................409 Graph, Trends for total offences covered by Mandatory Sentencing (Paper 328) (Mr Stirling) .....................................................................................................115 Graph, Trends in NSW elective surgery waiting lists, March 95 to June 98 (Paper 724) (Mr Burke) ...................................................................................255 Graph, Yellow Pages Business Index Attitude to Territory Government, Yellow Pages business Index Small and Medium Enterprises, November 2000 (Paper 2241) (Mr Reed) ..............................................................................................827 Graphs, Fiscal Year Trends ­ International Visitor Numbers and Nights in the Northern Territory (Paper 830) (Mr Stone) .....................................................282 Graphs, NT Education Grant Assessment v Actual Exp 1995/96 to 1999/2000, NT Health Grant Assessment v Actual Expenditure 1995/96 to 1999/2000, NT Expenditure 1999/2000 Commonwealth Grant Assessments v Actual Expenditure $m, NT Welfare Grant Assessment v Actual Expenditure 1995/96 to 1999/2000 $m (Paper 2558) (Mr Lugg) ......................................................951 Greek newsletter (Paper 2318) ............................................................................844 Green, David MB BS FACEM, Report re Emergency Services Unit at Royal Darwin Hospital, dated 28 February 1999 (Paper 1550) (Mr Dunham)..........565 Grocery Price Survey, September Quarter 2000 by Northern Territory Treasury (Paper 2138) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................788 GST the New Zealand Message (Paper 1723) (Mr Reed) ...................................623 GST to hit NT drivers, Northern Territory News, dated 14 June 2000 (Paper 1872) ..........................................................................................................................700 Gunn Point Peninsula Land Use Structure Plan 1990, Department Lands & Housing (Paper 1281) (Mr Baldwin) ...............................................................482 Health - Does the Minister read reports?, comment by Gerard Waterford, Alice Springs News, dated 29 April 1998 (Paper 402) (Mr Rioli)............................135 Health and Community Services Complaints Act Appointment of Commissioner for Health and Community Services Complaints, appointment of Peter Allen Lyle Boyce, pursuance of section 9(1), Dated 24 March 2000 (Paper 1807) ....................................................657 Appointment of Commissioner for Health and Community Services Complaints, dated 1 June 1998 (Paper 430) ................................................149 Health and Community Services Complaints Commission Conditions of Appointment of Commissioner for Health and Community Services Complaints, dated 1 June 1998 (Paper 431)..................................149 Homily for Rev Dr Francis Stanislaus (Frank) Flynn MSC, AC given at funeral mass on Wednesday 3 August 2000 by Bishop Ted Collins (Paper 1990) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................................743 Hotline Enquiries, June 1998 (Paper 475) (Mr Baldwin)....................................156 83
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Housing 2003 Impact on Waiting Times, May 1999 compared to January 1998 (Paper 1383) (Mrs Braham) .............................................................................507 Housing costs 1999-2000 (Paper 1968) (Mrs Braham) ......................................732 Housing Finance ­ June ­ Average Value of Commitments ­ by Australian States average (Paper 2040) (Ms Martin)...................................................................758 Housing Finance ­ June ­ Change in Average Value of Commitments ­ by Australian States average (Paper 2041) (Ms Martin) ......................................758 Housing Finance ­ June ­ Number of Commitments ­ Trend Index for period December 1998 to June 2000 (Paper 2038) (Ms Martin) ................................758 Housing Finance ­ June ­ Value of Commitments ­ Trend Index for period December 1998 to June 2000 (Paper 2039) (Ms Martin) ................................758 Housing Stock by Territory region, receipts and sales (Paper 2564) (Dr Lim)...953 HRD Expenditure including direct costs only (Paper 1365) (Mr Manzie)..........503 Human Resource Development Expenditure, Northern Territory Public Service, 1996/97 (Paper 445) (Mr Reed).......................................................................148 I Know About Diabetes Just Not In English, Report (Paper 1642) (Mr Dunham) ..........................................................................................................................597 IESIP Review 1999 Key Findings (Paper 1565) (Mr Toyne) .............................573 IHANT Pooled Housing Funds (Paper 1891)(Mrs Braham) ...............................703 Illamurta Springs Conservation Reserve, Plan of Management/Conservation Plan of Management, Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory (Paper 59) (Mr Baldwin)....................................................................................28 Impact of the Government's Plan for a New Tax System on Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities, Report prepared for ATSIC by the Allen consulting Group, January 1999 (Paper 965) (Mr Stirling) ..............................................416 Incidence of Unlawful Entry by Regional Centre 1998-99 to 199 ­ 31 May 2000 (Paper 1936) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................724 Indigenous Education Strategic Education Program ­ Collins Review recommendations (Paper 1961) (Mr Lugg) .....................................................731 Industrial Relations Commission decision in Pili v Ayers Rock Resort Corporation, Extract from (Paper 76) (Mr Bailey) ............................................36 Inquiry into the Issue of Kava Regulation by Dr Peter d'Abbs and Dr Chris Burns, Menzies School of Health Research, Draft Report, dated September 1997 (Paper 100) and Written Submissions No. 178 - 199 (Papers 101 to 122) and Oral Evidence (Papers 123 to 138) (Mr Burke).................................................46 Intergovernmental Agreement on the Reform of Commonwealth, dated 9 April 1999 ­ State Financial Relations (Mr Burke) (Paper 1021) ............................445 Interstate Transfers and Patient Costs by Specialty 1999 ­ 2000 (financial year to date) (Paper 1951) (Mr Dunham) ....................................................................728 Into the Blue, A Draft Aquaculture Development Plan for the Northern Territory 1999-2004 (Paper 760) (Mr Palmer)................................................................264 Invoice No 8711, $10,600, Newspoll , Market Research, dated 12 November 1992 (Paper 931) (Mr Stirling) .................................................................................407 Invoice, Brian Sweeney and Associates to Mr Andrew Coward, Job No. 6706, dated 16 July 1990 (Paper 769) (Mrs Hickey).................................................268 84
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Jabiluka sabotage, Northern Territory News, Wednesday, 14 October 1998 (Paper 989) (Mr Manzie) .................................................................................435 Jawoyn Association, Media Release ­ Jawoyn move towards independent land council, a partner in a powerful federation of land councils in the Northern Territory (Paper 701) (Mr Baldwin) ................................................................247 Jesus Christ Superstar Program ­ Cast in Order of Appearance (Mr Adamson) (Paper 1112).....................................................................................................465 Jingili action groups banner re Rapid Creek Development (Paper 1709) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................620 Joint Statement by State and Territory Liberal Leaders (Paper 1710) (Ms Martin) ..........................................................................................................................620 Junior Awards Taminmin High School 1997 (Paper 248) (Mr Lugg)...................75 Jurlink, issue 13 March 1999 (Mr Toyne) (Paper 1111) .....................................464 Katherine and Daly River Regions Floods, Report on the Functions, Northern Territory Counter Disaster Council, January 1998 (Paper 603) (Mr Reed) ....209 Katherine District Business Re-establishment Fund Trust, Special Purpose Financial Report for the period ended 30 April 2000. (Paper 2390) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................863 Katherine Flood Report, Hydrology Study, prepared for the Department of Lands, Planning and Environment, Water Resources Division, by Kinhill Pty Ltd, dated 16 February 1998 (Paper 231) (Mr Palmer).............................................66 Katherine Land Use Structure Plan 1991, Department Lands & Housing (Paper 1287) (Mr Baldwin)..............................................................................482 Katherine River Flood Study Report Number 02/2000D, February 2000, Electronic disc (Paper 2018) (Mr Baldwin).....................................................752 Katherine School of the Air, School Annual Report ­ 1997 (Paper 664) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................................234 Kavanagh, Peter ­ Brief Biography, Northern Territory Labor Party (Paper 356) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................................119 Labor two won't deny leader bid, article, N T News, dated 7 August 1998 (Paper 492) (Mr Reed) .....................................................................................161 Labour Force Northern Territory Trend Estimates, Trend Estimates, January 1999, Australian Bureau of Statistics (Paper 970) (Mr Reed)...................................419 Labour Hire Companies and Companies providing Independent Contractors by Agency, Company engaged, purpose and cost (Paper 1938) (Mr Reed).........724 Labour Hire Companies and Coys Providing Independent contractors by Agency (Paper 1369) (Mr Manzie) ...............................................................................503 Labour Hire Companies and Other Companies providing Independent Contractors by Agency (Paper 2539) (Mr Reed).................................................................945 Labour Market ­ July Trend Employment, Australia and Northern Territory for period June 1998 to June 2000 (Paper 2045) (Ms Martin) ..............................758 Labour Market ­ July Trend Unemployment, Australia and Northern Territory for period June 1998 to June 2000 (Paper 2044) (Ms Martin) ..............................758 85
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Lands Acquisition Act Compulsory acquisition of land ­ Statement of reasons, pursuant to sections 43 and 44 of Lands Acquisition Act, re land required for the relocation of the Kalkarindji Power Station, dated 26 June 2001 (Paper 2514).....................954 Statement of reasons for Acquisition, pursuant to section 44(3A) Re AustralAsia Railway Project re easement over Section 4047 Strangways, Section 4048 Hundred of Strangways (Paper 1862)................................698 Statement of reasons for acquisitions pursuant to section 44(5), dated 11 December 2000 re Section 4449 Hundred of Bagot and NT Portion 3601, Northern Territory Gazette G1, 2001 (Paper 2288).....................................840 Lands Acquisition Act 1997 of Western Australia ­ Extract, section 72 to 74 inclusive (Paper 920) (Mr Baldwin) ................................................................401 Leased Properties across the whole of government by Agency and Department 2000/2001 (Paper 2541) (Mr Reed).................................................................945 Leased Property by Agency, location, period of lease and Owner (Paper1939) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................724 Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee Inquiry into measures to facilitate Statehood Transcripts Alice Springs - Meeting with Batchelor Indigenous Convention Committee, 24 April 1999 (Paper 1263)..............................................477 Angurugu - Meeting with Community Umbakumba - Meeting with Community Alyangula - Public Meeting, 1 March 1999 (Paper 1245) ..............................................................................................................477 Barunga - Meeting with Community Bulman - Meeting with Community, 10 March 1999 (Paper 1252) ...............................................................477 Batchelor - Public Meeting, 29 October 1998 (Paper 1229) ...................476 Bees Creek - Public Meeting, 30 October 1998 (Paper 1230).................476 Casuarina - Public Meeting, 9 February 1999 (Paper 1240) ...................477 Daly River - Meeting with Community Port Keats - Meeting with Community Timber Creek - Public Meeting, 8 March 1999 (Paper 1250).........................................................................................477 Darwin - Individual Meetings, 26 February 1999 (Paper 1244)..............477 Darwin - Meeting with Mr Lex Silvester Darwin - Meeting with Ethnic Community Council, 24 March 1999 (Paper 1260).............................477 Darwin - Meeting with Territorians for Democratic Statehood, 1 April 1999 (Paper 1262)................................................................................477 Darwin - Public Meeting, 4 February 1999 (Paper 1238) .......................476 Darwin - Public Meeting, 7 December 1998 (Paper 1237) .....................476 Hermannsburg - Meeting with Community, 19 March 1999 (Paper 1259) ..............................................................................................................477 Howard Springs - Public Meeting, 19 February 1999 (Paper 1242) ......477 Humpty Doo - Public Meeting, 22 February 1999 (Paper 1243) ............477 86
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee Inquiry into measures to facilitate Statehood Transcripts (cont) Jabiru - Meeting with Jabiru Town Council Jabiru - Public Meeting, 25 March 1999 (Paper 1261) ....................................................................477 Katherine ­ Individual Meetings, 17 November 1998 (Paper 1235).......476 Katherine - Public Meeting, 9 March 1999 (Paper 1251)........................477 Maningrida - Meeting with Community Minjilang - Meeting with Community, 4 March 1999 (Paper 1248) ............................................477 Meeting with Alpurrurulam Community Government Council, Lake Nash, 15 March 1999 (Paper 1255) ...............................................................477 Meeting with Elliott Community Government Council, 13 November 1998 (Paper 1234).........................................................................................476 Meeting with Mabunji Resource Association, Borroloola, 12 March 1999 (Paper 1254).........................................................................................477 Meeting with Mutitjulu Community, 16 March 1999 (Paper 1256)........477 Meeting with Tangentyere Council and Meeting with Central Australian Tourism Industry Association Alice Springs - Public Meeting, 11 November 1998 (Paper 1232)..............................................................476 Meeting with Waanyi Garawa Land Trust Association Tennant Creek Public Meeting, 12 November 1998 (Paper 1233) ..............................476 Milingimbi - Meeting with Community Ramingining - Meeting with Community, 3 March 1999 (Paper 1247) ............................................477 Nguiu - Meeting with Community Pirlangimpi - Meeting with Council (included representatives from Milikapiti), 5 March 1999 (Paper 1249) ..............................................................................................................477 Ngukkur - Meeting with Community Borroloola - Public Meeting, 11 March 1999 (Paper 1253) ....................................................................477 Nightcliff - Public Meeting, 8 February 1999 (Paper 1239)....................477 Papunya - Meeting with Community Yuendumu - Meeting with Community Government Council, 17 March 1999 (Paper 1257)........477 Pine Creek - Public Meeting, 18 November 1998 (Paper 1236) .............476 Sanderson - Public Meeting, 10 February 1999 (Paper 1241).................477 Utopia - Meeting with Urapuntja Council Santa Teresa - Meeting with Ltyentye Purte Community Government Council, 18 March 1999 (Paper 1258).........................................................................................477 Yirrkala - Meeting with Community Nhulunbuy - Meeting with Mr Trevor Webb Nhulunbuy - Public Meeting, 2 March 1999 (Paper 1246).......477 Yulara - Public Meeting, 10 November 1998 (Paper 1231) ....................476 Written Submissions No. 1, John Vander-Wal, date received 28.10.98 (Paper 1142) ..............475 No. 10, Tony Tapsell, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1151) ...................475 No. 11, Bruce W Strong, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1152)...............475 No. 12, C Middleton, date received 09.11.98 (Paper 1153) ....................475 No. 13, Kevin Griffith, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1154)..................475 87
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee Inquiry into measures to facilitate Statehood Written Submissions (cont) No. 14, Tim Bickmore, date received 08.11.98 (Paper 1155) .................475 No. 15, Jingili Electorate Office, date received (Paper 1156) .................475 No. 16, Gordo Harris, date received 19.11.98 (Paper 1157) ...................475 No. 17, Patrick Somers, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1158) ................475 No. 18, Fr Tony Papps, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1159) .................475 No. 19, Shirley McKerrow, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1160) ..........475 No. 2, B Scobie, date received 29.10.98 (Paper 1143) ............................475 No. 20, Rosemary Peacock, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1161) ..........475 No. 21, Brian Kretser, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1162) ...................475 No. 22, Kenneth Brown, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1163) ...............475 No. 23, Janet Crews, date received 20.11.98 (Paper 1164) .....................475 No. 24, M Hindle, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1165) .........................475 No. 25, Lloyd and Win Kent, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1166)........475 No. 26, Sam Calder, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1167)......................475 No. 27, C E Jefferies, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1168) ....................475 No. 28, Christine Fletcher, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1169)............475 No. 29, Iain Summers, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1170) ..................475 No. 3, G Heinze, date received 29.10.98 (Paper 1144) ...........................475 No. 30, Julian Swinstead, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1171)..............475 No. 31, Deidre Allen, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1172)....................475 No. 32, E B M James, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1173) ...................475 No. 33, Mark Crossin, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1174)...................475 No. 34, Anonymous, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1175) .....................475 No. 35, Louise Finch, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1176)....................475 No. 36, Stuart McMillan, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1177) ..............475 No. 37, Senator Andrew Murray, date received (Paper 1178) ................475 No. 38, Thomas Kiely, date received 20.11.98 (Paper 1179)..................475 No. 39, Rod Throwbridge, date received 18.11.98 (Paper 1180) ............475 No. 4, Mr C M Friel, date received 29.10.98 (Paper 1145) .....................475 No. 40, John Reeves, date received 23.11.98 (Paper 1181) ....................475 No. 41, Chris Lugg, MLA, date received 29.3.99 (Paper 1182)..............475 No. 42, P J Bosmajian, date received 23.11.98 (Paper 1183)..................475 No. 43, Dr Charlie Carter, date received 11.11.98 (Paper 1184).............475 No. 44, Graham Pearce, date received 11.11.98 (Paper 1185) ................476 No. 45, William Chambers, date received 23.11.98 (Paper 1186) ..........476 No. 46, Bill Freeland, date received 24.11.98 (Paper 1187)....................476 No. 47, Fr B Healey, date received 26.11.98 (Paper 1188) .....................476 No. 48, Janet Crews, date received 26.11.98 (Paper 1189) .....................476 No. 49, Peter Carew, date received 26.11.98 (Paper 1190) .....................476 No. 5, Bruce W Strong, date received 05.11.98 (Paper 1146).................475 No. 50, Lester Kerber, date received 4.12.98 (Paper 1191) ....................476 No. 51, Karl Kramer, date received 4.12.98 (Paper 1192) ......................476 88
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee Inquiry into measures to facilitate Statehood Written Submissions (cont) No. 52, T Creed Lovegrove, date received 9.12.98 (Paper 1193) ...........476 No. 54, Ted Dunstan, date received 7.12.98 (Paper 1195) ......................476 No. 55, Pamela Riscui, date received 10.12.98 (Paper 1196)..................476 No. 56, Noel Hayes, date received 10.12.98 (Paper 1197)......................476 No. 57, Dr P D Kruse, date received 7.12.98 (Paper 1198).....................476 No. 58, Col Friel, date received 7.12.98 (Paper 1199) ............................476 No. 59, Jeff Hoare, date received 7.12.98 (Paper 1200)..........................476 No. 6, Graham Lightbody, date received 05.11.98 (Paper 1147) ............475 No. 60, Anne Marie Wylie, date received 11.12.98 (Paper 1201)...........476 No. 61, Ted Dunstan, date received 15.12.98 (Paper 1202) ....................476 No. 62, Sean Kirby, date received 4.1.99 (Paper 1203) ..........................476 No. 63, Rob Hitchcock, date received 13.1.99 (Paper 1204) ..................476 No. 64, Charles Taylor, date received 19.1.99 (Paper 1205)...................476 No. 65, Michael Kilgariff, date received (Paper 1206) ...........................476 No. 66, Kevin Leitch, date received (Paper 1207)...................................476 No. 67, Peter Blake, date received (Paper 1208) .....................................476 No. 68, John Antella, date received (Paper 1209) ...................................476 No. 69, Earl James, date received (Paper 1210) ......................................476 No. 7, Gary Cartwright, date received 05.11.98 (Paper 1148) ................475 No. 70, George Brown, date received (Paper 1211) ................................476 No. 71, Gabriele Driver, date received (Paper 1212) ..............................476 No. 72, Paul Harris, date received 16.2.99 (Paper 1213) ........................476 No. 73, Chris Leeson, date received (Paper 1214) ..................................476 No. 74, Gerry Wood, date received (Paper 1215)....................................476 No. 75, Carl Cossill, date received (Paper 1216).....................................476 No. 76, C M Friel, date received (Paper 1217)........................................476 No. 77, Matt Brazier, date received 1.3.99 (Paper 1218) ........................476 No. 78, Jim Forscutt, date received (Paper 1219)....................................476 No. 79, Ronnie Barramala, date received 3.3.99 (Paper 1220) ...............476 No. 8, Ros Macmillan, date received 23.11.98 (Paper 1149) ..................475 No. 80, Tom Harris, date received (Paper 1221) .....................................476 No. 81, M A Clinch, date received (Paper 1222) ....................................476 No. 82, Carrie Altamura, date received (Paper 1223) .............................476 No. 83, John Vander-Wal, date received (Paper 1224) ...........................476 No. 84, Peter Poole, date received 26.3.99 (Paper 1225) ........................476 No. 85, Josie Crawshaw, date received 1.4.99 (Paper 1226)...................476 No. 86, Daryl Manzie, date received 6.4.99 (Paper 1227) ......................476 No. 87, Barry Coulter, date received 7.9.99 (Paper 1228) ......................476 No. 9, David Collins, date received (Paper 1150) ...................................475 Legal Expenses 2000/01 expenditure by program and organisation (Paper 2524) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................943 89
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Legal Opinion in the Matter of Casual Vacancy in the Place of a Senator for the Northern Territory by Gavan Griffith QC, Sellbourne Chambers, Sydney, dated 22 April 1998 (Paper 353) (Mr Stone).................................................................119 Legislative Assembly Members Superannuation Bill 1998 (Serial 58) printed copy (Paper 556) (Mr Coulter) .................................................................................184 Legislative Assembly Report on Canadian Study Tour by Loraine Braham MLA Member for Braitling (Paper 95) (Mrs Braham)................................................42 Let's Just Do It!, Negotiate and Win, Territory Labor Native Title Solutions by Maggie Hickey, dated March 1997 (Paper 945) (Mr Ah Kit) .........................410 Letter to Residents and Families Tracy Aged Care from Ms Elizabeth Balke, Chairperson, Board of Management Tracy Aged Care, dated 21 June 2001 (Paper 2521) (Mr Dunham) .............................................................................938 Letters Alberty, Mr Serry, Building Permits, dated 20 October 1998 (Paper 949) (Ms Martin)..................................................................................................413 Alberty, Mr Serry, Director, Building Advisory Services Branch, dated 15 October 1998 (Paper 948) (Ms Martin) .......................................................413 Andrews, Mr N J to Mr Graeme Dingwell re King Ash Bay Fishing Club, dated 2 July 2000 (Paper 2108) (Mrs Hickey) ......................................................774 Bailey, Mr John, MLA to Honourable Peter Adamson MLA, Minister for Education, dated 23 July 1998 (Paper 652) (Mr Bailey) .............................233 Bailey, Mr Ted Chairman, Darwin Turf Club to Members, dated 17 February 1999 (Paper 972) (Mr Stirling) ....................................................................419 Baldwin, Hon Tim to Mrs M Hickey re King Ash Bay Fishing Club, dated 19 September 2000 (Paper 2110) (Mrs Hickey) ...............................................774 Baskerville, John, Regional Director South, Department of Transport and Works, to Mr Paul Glynn, Centre Plumbing, dated 11 August 1998 (Paper 542) (Mr Toyne) ...............................................................................178 Baskerville, John, Regional Director South, Department of Transport and Works, to Mr Paul Glynn, Centre Plumbing, dated 18 December 1997 (Paper 537) (Mr Toyne) ...............................................................................178 Baskerville, John, Regional Director South, Department of Transport and Works, to Mr Paul Glynn, Centre Plumbing, dated 2 July 1998 (Paper 538) (Mr Toyne)...................................................................................................178 Baskerville, John, Regional Director South, Department of Transport and Works, to Mr Paul Glynn, Centre Plumbing, dated 21 November 1997 (Paper 536) (Mr Toyne) ...............................................................................178 Bauert, Dr Paul, President NT Branch of the AMA to the Hon Stephen Dunham, dated 24 November 1999 enclosing letter form Dr Anthony Page (Paper 1650) (Mr Dunham) .........................................................................599 Bolkus, Senator Hon Nick, Australian Labor Party to Francesco Bandarin, Director World Heritage Centre, dated 22 September 2000 re Jabiluka uranium mine(Paper 2118) (Mr Reed).........................................................783 Boscaini, Mr Robert, President, REINT Inc to Honourable T D Baldwin re tenant rental bonds, dated 26 November 1998 (Paper 946) (Mr Baldwin)..410 90
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Letters (cont) Briggs, Mr David, General Manager, Newspoll Market Research to Mr Peter Conran, dated 12 October 1992 (Paper 932) (Mr Stirling)..........................407 Burke, Hon D, Chief Minister to Hon Kim Beazley, Leader of the Opposition dated 22 May 2000 (Paper 1910).................................................................721 Carpenter, Mr G, Land and business Agent to Hon M Reed MLA, Minister for Tourism, dated 5 April 1997 (Paper 1982) (Mrs Hickey) ...........................710 Carpenter, Mr Gavin, Auctioneer and Hawker to Hon Mike Reed, Minister for Tourism, dated 5 April 1997 (Paper 843) (Mrs Hickey) .............................282 Coles, Mr David to Mr Lindsay Turner, Chairman Nyirripi Community (Paper 1871).................................................................................................698 Coulter, Hon Barry, MLA, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Development, to Mr Paul Glynn, Centre Plumbing, dated 27 July 1998 (Paper 541) (Mr Toyne) ...............................................................................178 Coulter, Hon Barry, MLA, Minister for Transport and Works to Ms Clare Martin, MLA, Member for Fannie Bay, undated (Paper 454) (Mr Coulter) ......................................................................................................................148 Coulter, Hon. Barry to Mrs Maggie Hickey, Leader of the Opposition, Re ALP National Conference support for AustralAsia Railway, dated 21 January 1998 (Paper 2470) (Mrs Hickey) .............................................................886 Coulter, Mr Barry, MLA, Leader of Government Business to Mrs Maggie Hickey, MLA, Leader of the Opposition, dated 12 June 1998 (Paper 424) 145 Coulter, Mr Barry, MLA, Leader of Government Business to Mrs Maggie Hickey, MLA, Leader of the Opposition, dated 12 June 1998 (Paper 426) 145 Coward, Mr Andrew to Mrs Suzanne Cavanagh, President, Country Liberal Party, dated 23 February 1999 (Paper 977) (Mr Stirling)............................430 Darwin Rugby League Inc to Honourable Peter Adamson re Chico Motlop (Paper 1737) (Mr Adamson)........................................................................630 Dewar, Ms Meredith, President, Carpentaria Disability Services Inc to the Honourable Stephen Dunham MLA, dated 22 September 1999 (Paper 1603) (Mr Henderson)............................................................................................565 Dunham, Hon S to Dr David Cox, Chairman, Medical Registration Board, dated 24 November 1999 - ABC TV News report non-consentual sterilisations of older Aboriginal women (Paper 1652) (Mr Dunham) .......599 Dunham, Hon S, to Mr Andrew Rutter, dated 24 November 1999 - Dr Page alleged spokesperson for Royal Darwin Hospital (Paper 1653) (Mr Dunham) ......................................................................................................................599 Dunham, Hon Stephen, and John Bailey to Mr Fred Finch, Chairman N T Planning Authority, dated 26 March 1999 re Planning Authority notice on Lots 6883 and 6834 Leanyer (Paper 2338) (Mr Henderson).......................848 Dunham, Hon Stephen, Minister for Health, Family and Children's Services to Dr Helen Carney, Anyinginyi Congress Aboriginal Corporation, dated 19 August 1999 (Paper 2344) (Mrs Hickey) ....................................................852 91
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Letters (cont) Dunham, Hon Stephen, Minister of Health, Family and Children's Services to Dr D Cox, Medical Board of the Northern Territory, dated 19 December 2000 - re Dr Anthony page ­ allegations of lack of consent (Paper 2385) (Mr Dunham) ...............................................................................................863 Edwards, Mr R K Acting Australian Statistician to Mr Ken Clarke, Under Treasurer, dated 27 November 2000 (Paper 2240) (Mr Reed) ....................827 Fowler, Mr Peter, Project Manager ­ Major Projects PAWA to the Town Clerk, Katherine Town Council re Darwin to Katherine 132 kv Transmission Line, dated 22 June 1988 (Paper 2195) (Mr Reed) ...............................................813 Gibbs, Mr Greg, State Manager, to Mr Peter Plummer Secretary Department of Education, dated 22 December 2000 (Paper 2366) (Dr Toyne) ..................858 Glynn, Paul, Centre Plumbing, to Mr John Baskerville, Regional Director South, Department of Transport and Works, dated 8 December 1997 (Paper 544) (Mr Toyne) ...............................................................................178 Glynn, Paul, Centre Plumbing, to Mr Peter Toyne MLA, dated 11 August 1998 (Paper 543) (Mr Toyne) ...............................................................................178 Gray, Mr Bob, Chemist in Charge SAS Laboratory, Brisbane Water, Scientific Analytical Services to Ms Rachel Nolan dated 7 September 2000 re Sludge Sample ­ Stokes Hill Wharf ­ Our ref 00/07505 (Paper 2119) (Mr Henderson)............................................................................................783 Henderson, Mr Paul to Seniors village re Seniors' Village on Tambling Terrace, dated 25 January 2001 (Paper 2335) (Dr Lim)..............................848 Hickey, Mrs M to Hon Tim Baldwin MLA re King Ash Bay Fishing Club, dated 16 August 2000 (Paper 2109) (Mrs Hickey)......................................774 Hickey, Mrs Maggie, MLA, Leader of the Opposition to Mr Barry Coulter, MLA, Leader of Government Business, dated 12 June 1998 (Paper 425) ..145 Hoey, Peter, Office of the Ombudsman for the Northern Territory, to Mr Tony Karacic, dated 27 July 1998 (Paper 545) (Mr Toyne) .................................178 Hon D Burke, Chief Minister to Hon J Howard, Prime Minister re HIV notifications of foreign nationals in East Timor, dated 1 June 2001 (Paper 2517) (Mr Burke) .............................................................................937 Hon J Howard, Prime Minister to Hon D Burke, Chief Minister re HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention in foreign nationals in East Timor (Paper 2518) (Mr Burke) ...................................................................................................937 Howard, Honourable John, Prime Minister to Honourable Shane Stone, Chief Minister, dated 19 August 1998 (Paper 629) (Ms Martin) ..........................223 Inmate letters to solicitor (edited), dated 14 September 2000 (Paper 2151) ...799 James, Peter, Chairman, Heritage Advisory Council to Hon Mick Palmer, dated 11 February 1998 (Paper267) (Mr Palmer) ...................................................85 Joshua, Mr Lindsay, JP, President Numburindi Community Government Council to Hon Shane Stone MLA, dated 13 March 1998 (Mr Ah Kit) (Paper 1031).................................................................................................446 92
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Letters (cont) Karacic, Tony to Paul Glynn, Centre Plumbing, undated (Paper 546) (Mr Toyne)...................................................................................................178 Keating, P J, MP, Prime Minister to Miss Lois O'Donoghue, CBE, AM, Chairperson, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (undated) (Paper 526) (Mr Burke) ...............................................................................166 Klein, Mr Ron, Brian Sweeney and Associates to Mr Mark Textor, Research Advisor, dated 22 May 1998 (Paper 771) (Mrs Hickey) .............................268 Klein, Mr Ron, Director, Brian Sweeney and Associates to Mr Andrew Coward, dated 14 June 1998 re Northern Territory Research ­ 1990 Subjects to be covered (Paper 768) (Mrs Hickey) .....................................................268 Klein, Mr Ron, Director, Brian Sweeney and Associates to Mr Mark Textor, Research Advisor, Northern Territory Country Liberal Party, dated 22 May 1990 (Paper 802) (Mr Stone) .......................................................................273 Laramba Community, Members to Hon Tim Baldwin, MLA, dated 5 November 1997 (Paper 86) (Mr Toyne) ..........................................................................40 Levarde, Mr Barry to Editor, N.T. News, dated 5 October 1998 (Paper 622) (Ms Martin)..................................................................................................221 Lim, Dr Richard, MLA, Member for Greatorex to Mrs Maggie Hickey, MLA, Leader of the Opposition, dated 23 February 1998 (Paper 361) (Ms Martin) ......................................................................................................................119 Lugg, Hon C, Minister for School Education to Dr Toyne, Member for Stuart re briefing on LATIS program (Paper 2605) (Mr Lugg) .................................972 Manzie, Hon D W to Mr S Stirling MLA re New Mine Management Act, dated 24 February 2000 (Paper 1894) (Mr Manzie)..............................................705 Manzie, Hon D W, to Mr George Brown, The Right Worshipful the Lord Mayor, dated 24 November 2000 re tropical splendour for Darwin and Singapore (Paper 2219) (Mr Manzie) ..........................................................825 Manzie, Honourable D W, Minister for Resource Development to Chairman, Goldman Environmental Prize, dated 22 April 1999 (Mr Manzie) (Paper 1068).................................................................................................460 Marrone, Mr Fred, Senior Valuer, Australian Valuation Office, Darwin to Mr Grant Hunt, Managing Director, Ayers Rock Resort company Ltd, dated 18 October 1997 (Paper 994) (Mrs Braham) ....................................................435 Martin, Ms Clare Leader of the Opposition to Hon T McCarthy, Speaker, dated 1 March 2001 (Paper 2398) (Mr Speaker)...................................................864 Martin, Ms Clare, Leader of the Opposition to Ms J Carney, Barristers and Solicitors, dated 19 February 2001 (Paper 2364) (Mr Burke).....................858 Martin, Ms Clare, to Mr Ian Summers, Auditor-General, dated 7 June 2001 (Paper 2512)(Ms Martin) .............................................................................907 Martin, Ms to Hon D Burke, Chief Minister re Northern Territory Football League team participation in the South Australian National Football League, dated 27 October 1999 (Paper 1654) (Mr Rioli)..........................................599 Martin, Ms, Member for Fannie Bay to constituents, dated 7 July 1998 (Mrs Braham) (Paper 1037) .........................................................................449 93
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Letters (cont) McDonald, Colin, QC, President, Northern Territory Bar Association to Ms Clare Martin, Member for Fannie Bay, dated 24 February 1998 (Paper 300) (Mr Stirling) .................................................................................................105 McHugh, Dave, A/Secretary, Department of Transport and Works, to Mr Paul Glynn, Centre Plumbing, dated 6 October 1997 (Paper 535) (Mr Toyne) ..178 Meadows, Dr David to Health Insurance Commission, dated 12 April 1999 (Ms Martin) (Paper 1036) ............................................................................449 Ms Christine Latham to The Board of Management, Tracy Lodge Hostel, dated 26 March 1998, Return to Order document pursuant to Standing Order 256 (Paper 2522) (Mr Henderson)......................................................................939 Murphy, Mr Peter, Senior Private Secretary, Office of the Chief Minister, to unnamed addressee, dated 5 March 1998 (Paper 374) (Mr Bailey) ............126 Nairn, Gary, To whom it may concern, recommendation of Andrew Coward, dated 3 July 1995 (Paper 699) (Mrs Hickey)...............................................247 Oliver, Ms Nola M to Chief Minister, dated 2 July 1999 re Senior Citizens Village planned for Lots 6833 and 6834 (Paper 2339) (Mr Henderson).....848 Page, Dr Anthony, Royal Darwin Hospital to Honourable Warren Snowdon, dated 17 November 1999 re Aboriginal Interpreter Service (Paper 1628) (Mr Henderson) ...................................................................................................589 Palmer, Hon Mick, Minister for Lands, Planning and Environment to Mr G Yunupingu, AM, Northern Land Council, dated 10 November 1997 (Paper 19) (Mr Palmer) .............................................................................................12 Panton, Mr Bill, President, Leanyer Land Care Group to Director, Development Assessment Services, Dept of Lands Planning and Environment, undated reconsolidation of Lots 6833 and 6834 Town of Sanderson (Paper 2340) (Mr Henderson)............................................................................................848 Pickering, Ms Jude, Executive Officer, R.E.I.N.T. Inc to Honourable Tim Baldwin, Minister for Industry and Business re draft Residential Tenancies Bill, dated 29 March 1999 (Paper 1085) (Mr Baldwin) ..............................461 Plummer, Mr Peter, to Mr Greg Gibbs, Department of Education Training and Youth Affairs, dated 17 January 2001 (Paper 2367) (Dr Toyne) ................858 Puruntatameri, Mr Marius, Chairman, Tiwi Land Council to Hon Shane Stone QC, MLA, Chief Minister, dated 15 April 1998 (Paper 549) (Mr Reed) ....180 Puruntatameri, Mr Marius, Chairman, Tiwi Land Council, to Hon Shane Stone, MLA, Chief Minister, dated 15 April 1998 (Paper 313) (Mr Stone)...........111 Reed, Hon M, Treasurer to Ms C Martin, Leader of the Opposition re briefing and sale of Darwin to Katherine Transmission Line, dated 14 November 2000, 15 November 2000 and 16 November 2000 (Paper 2200) (Mr Reed) ......................................................................................................................814 Reed, Hon Mike, MLA to Mr Lindsay Joshua JP, President Numburindi Community Government Council, dated 6 July 1998 (Mr Ah Kit) (Paper 1032).................................................................................................446 94
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Letters (cont) Reed, Hon Mike, MLA to Ms Clare Martin MLA dated 24 February 1999 (Paper 981)(Mr Reed) ..................................................................................431 Reed, Hon Mike, MLA, Deputy Chief Minister to Mr Syd Stirling, MLA, Member for Nhulunbuy, dated 27 October 1997 (Paper 61) .........................31 Reid, Margaret, Senator the Honourable, President of the Senate, to His Honour the Administrator, Dr Neil Conn AO, re Senate vacancy - advising of the resignation of Senator the Honourable Robert Lindsay Collins on 30 March 1998 (Paper 418) (Madam Speaker) ............................................................144 Rioli, Mr Maurice, MLA, Member for Arafura to Hon Denis Burke, MLA, Minister for Health, Family and Children's Services, dated 28 January 1998. (Paper 233) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................66 Ruger, Mr Paul, Mayor, The Tennant Creek Town Council to Hon Mike Reed, MLA, Deputy Chief Minister, dated 11 May 1999 (Paper 1271) (Mrs Hickey)................................................................................................480 Ryan, Robert, Program Manager, Children's Services Program, Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services to Central Australian Community Toy Library Inc, dated 6 November 1996 (Paper 236) (Mrs Hickey) ...........67 Shane L Stone to Senator the Hon John Herron, dated 1 December 1998 (Paper 800) (Mr Stone) ................................................................................274 Sinclair, Mr Tony, Director Road Transport to Ms Robin Cahill, Executive Director, NT Branch of the AMA, dated 9 October 1998 (Paper 816) (Mr Coulter) .................................................................................................277 Sitzler MLR, Acting Administrator to Clerk re resignation of Mrs L M Braham as Speaker (Paper 890).................................................................................395 Smith, Mr Mike, Secretary of the Australian Labor Party, Northern Territory Branch to the Honourable Mike Reed, MLA, Acting Chief Minister, re Senate vacancy - advising of their chosen nominee to hold the vacancy in the Senate, Ms Patricia Margaret Crossin (Paper 419) (Madam Speaker) ........144 Stanford, Michael, Deputy Director of Medical Services, Royal North Shore Hospital to Ms E. Tarleton, Legal Officer, Northern Sydney Area Health Service, Royal North Shore Hospital, dated 14 October 1988 (Paper 530) (Mr Rioli) .....................................................................................................171 Stirling, Mr Syd, Parliament House re judges and magistrates salary and allowances, undated and unsigned (Paper 1850) (Mr Stirling) ...................671 Stirling, Mr to the Honourable M Reed, dated 17 June 1998 (Paper 927) (Mr Reed).....................................................................................................402 Stone, Hon S L, Chief Minister to Mr Chris Sharpe, President, AEU-NT Branch, dated 5 November 1998 (Paper 725) (Mr Reed)............................255 Stone, Hon Shane, Chief Minister to Mr M. A. Nelson, undated (Paper 674) (Mrs Hickey)................................................................................................238 Stone, Hon Shane, Chief Minister to Mr Phillip Shirvington, Chief Executive, Energy Resources of Australia Ltd, dated 2 December 1998 (Paper 820) (Mr Stone)....................................................................................................281 95
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Letters (cont) Stone, Hon Shane, Chief Minister to Ms Kate Gilmore, National Director, Amnesty International, dated 25 November 1998 (Paper 851) (Mr Stone).287 Stone, Hon Shane, Chief Minister to Senator the Hon Robert Hill, Minister for the Environment and Heritage, dated 2 December 1998 (Paper 819) (Mr Stone)....................................................................................................281 Stone, Hon Shane, MLA, Chief Minister to Mrs Maggie Hickey, MLA, Leader of the Opposition, dated 23 April 1998 (Paper 401)(Mr Stone)..................135 Stone, Hon Shane, QC, MLA, Chief Minister, to Mr Marius Puruntatameri, Chairman, Tiwi Land Council, dated 20 April 1998 (Paper 550) (Mr Reed) ......................................................................................................................180 Stone, Mr Shane L, President, Northern Territory Country Liberal Party to Mr Andrew Coward, dated 21 August 1989 ­ Private and Confidential (Paper 779) (Mr Stirling) .............................................................................269 Stone, Mr Shane to Ms Kate Gilmore, National Director, Amnesty International, dated 25 November 1998 (Paper 1562) (Mr Stone) ..............571 Stone, Mr Shane, President , Northern Territory Country Liberal Party to Mr Ron Klein, Brian Sweeney and Associates, dated 30 May 1998 (Paper 789) (Mr Stone)....................................................................................................273 Stone, Mr, Northern Territory Country Liberal Party to Mr Ron Klein, Director, Brian Sweeney and Associates re acceptance of consultancy undated (Paper 790) (Mrs Hickey) ............................................................................273 Stone, Shane L, to Mr Bill Gray AM, Electoral Commissioner, dated 1 December 1998 (Paper 798) (Mr Stone)......................................................274 Stone, Shane L, to Senator the Hon Chris Ellison, Special Minister of State, dated 1 December 1998 (Paper 799) (Mr Stone) .........................................274 Stone, Shane, Chief Minister to Leader of the Opposition (Mrs Hickey), dated 7 October 1998 (Paper 624) (Mr Stone) .........................................................223 Summers, Mr Ian, Auditor - General to Ms Clare Martin, Leader of the Opposition, dated 7 June 2001 re financial Management Amendment Bill (Paper 2513) (Ms Martin) ............................................................................907 Tarleton, Elaine, Northern Sydney Area Health Service to Dr M. Stanford, Deputy Director of Medical Services, Royal North Shore Hospital, dated 27 October 1988 (Paper 531) (Mr Rioli) ..........................................................171 Territory Focus Consulting to Mr Andrew Coward enclosing Invoice re Consultancy Agreement dated 14 April 1993, dated 29 July 1994 (Paper 804) (Mrs Hickey)................................................................................................275 Textor, Mr Mark, Territory Focus Consulting to Mr Paul Cowdy, Chief of Staff, Office of the Chief Minister, dated 19 April 1993 (Paper 791) (Mrs Hickey)................................................................................................273 Textor, Mr Mark, Territory Focus Consulting, Public Affairs Consultant to Mr Paul Cowdy, Chief of Staff, Office of the Chief Minister, dated 19 April 1993 (Mr Bailey) (Paper 1053)....................................................................456 96
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Letters (cont) Textor, Mr Mark, to Hon Shane Stone, Chief Minister, dated 3 December 1998 (Paper 854) (Mr Stone) ................................................................................288 Textor, Mr Mark, to Mr Andrew Coward, dated 16 July 1993 (Paper 772) (Mrs Hickey)................................................................................................268 Unknown to Mr John E Gardner, Chief Executive Officer, dated 4 December 1997 and Power and Water Authority - Operational Assessment as at 1 December 1997 (Paper 1264) (Mr Stirling).................................................479 Unnamed to Hon D Manzie re Petroleum Exploration Permits, dated 26 August 1999 (Paper 1945) (Mr Manzie) ..................................................................727 unsigned to Honourable Denis Burke, Chief Minister, re NTIS Director Mr Dennis Hatcher (Paper 1920) (Ms Martin) ..................................................721 Welch, Dr David Stuart Park Surgery and Darwin After Hours Medical Service to Ms Clare Martin , Leader of the Opposition (Paper 1721) (Ms Martin) .623 Woolley, Mr Simon, Ward Keller Lawyers ­ complaints against building practitioner, dated 18 January 1998 (Paper 950) (Ms Martin) ....................413 Letters to the Editor, Nurses are Staying, Northern Territory News, dated 12 November 1998 (Paper 728) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................255 Letters to the Editor, Tourism eyes GST, Tennant and District Times, 2 June 1999 (Paper 1273) (Mr Balch)..................................................................................480 List of costed promises by Leader of the Opposition to the Budget 2000 ­2001 (Paper 1911) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................721 List of Current Joint Projects being pursued by Natural Sciences Research Staff of the Museums and Art Galleries of the NT (Paper 1981) .................................700 List of enterprises and their activities currently operating out of the Trade Development Zone, including employment numbers (Paper 1944) (Mr Manzie) ..........................................................................................................................727 List of IHANT projects in the Barkly Region (Paper 1975) (Mrs Braham)........733 List of property leasing details by building and location, Appendix A, dated 16 June 1998 (Paper 928) (Mr Reed)....................................................................402 List of Statehood Referendum voting results for Palmerston polling booths (Paper 612) (Mr Coulter) .................................................................................218 Litchfield District Centres Land Use Concept Plan 1992, Department Lands & Housing (Paper 1286) (Mr Baldwin) ...............................................................482 Litchfield Land Use Structure Plan 1990, Department Lands & Housing (Paper 1280) (Mr Baldwin)..............................................................................482 Local Content, Northern Territory Government, Australia (Paper 2544) (Mr Manzie) .....................................................................................................947 Local Government Funding by municipality 1998/99 and 1999/2000, Schedule (Paper 1382) (Mrs Braham) .............................................................................507 Local Government Funding, Grants and Subsidies 1999-2000 to 2000 to 2001 (Paper 1966) (Mrs Braham) .............................................................................732 Lot 4953 Harry Chan Avenue, Town of Darwin - 36 Flats - DP97/0719, dated 5 December 1997 (Paper 258) (Mr Palmer) .........................................................78 97
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Lot 4953 Harry Chan Avenue, Town of Darwin - 36 Flats, DP97/0720, dated 5 December 1997 (Paper 257) (Mr Palmer) .........................................................78 Lots 2539, 2540, 2673, 2672 and 2674 MacKillop Street and Parap Road, Town of Darwin - 66 Flats, DP97/0721, dated 5 December 1997 (Paper 256) (Mr Palmer)........................................................................................................78 Lots 6516 and 6594, The Esplanade, Town of Darwin - 4 Townhouses, DP97/0718 (Paper 259) (Mr Palmer).................................................................78 Lots 6516 and 6594, The Esplanade, Town of Darwin - Subdivision, DP97/0717, dated 5 December 1997 (Paper 260) (Mr Palmer).............................................78 Mac Clark (Acacia Peuce) Conservation Reserve (Paper 60) (Mr Baldwin) ........28 Magistrates Act, Determination of Remuneration, Allowances and Terms and Conditions of Chief Magistrates, dated 27 February 1998 (Paper 1837) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................666 Magistrates Act, Revocation of Determination and Determination of Remuneration, Allowances and Terms and Conditions of Chief Magistrate, dated 30 November 1999 (Paper 1838) (Mr Burke)........................................666 Magistrates Act, Revocation of Determination and Determination of Remuneration, Allowances and Terms and Conditions of Stipendiary Magistrates, dated 30 November 1999 (Paper 1836) (Mr Burke) ...................666 Mandatory Sentencing reported crime figures (Paper 1329) (Mr Reed) .............496 Mandatory Sentencing reported crime figures, Attachment A ­ Unlawful use of Motor Vehicles, Unlawful Entry with intent - Dwelling Offences, Unlawful Entry with intent ­ Building Offences, Property Offences, Stealing Offences, Unlawful Entry With Intent Offences, Receiving Stolen Property Offences, Criminal Damage Offences, and reported Offences for the period 01 January 1997 to 30 April 1999 (Paper 1330) (Mr Reed) ..............................................497 Mandatory Sentencing reported crime figures, Attachment B ­ Extract, Report on Government Services 1999 page 397 re Motor Vehicle thefts - outcomes across Australian States (Paper 1331) (Mr Reed).......................................................497 Mandorah Land Use Concept Plan 1990, Department Lands & Housing (Paper 1284) (Mr Baldwin)..............................................................................482 Map, Aerial photograph of Rapid Creek Water Gardens. (Paper 2496) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................899 Map, Darwin Region, Regional Planning Base, Biting Insect Nuisance and Public Health Hazard, Figure 1C2 (Paper 2314) (Mr Burke) .....................................842 Map, Darwin Region, Regional Planning Base, Cyclonic Storm ­ Surge and Flooding Hazards, Figure 1C3 (Paper 2315) (Mr Burke)................................842 Map, Darwin Region, Regional Planning Base, Land Generally suitable for Horticulture and Agriculture, Figure 1A2 (Paper 2313) (Mr Burke) ..............842 Map, Exploration Licences on Aboriginal Freehold Land and Land that may be Subject to Native Title, DatumGDA94, dated 21 June 2001 by Department of Mines and Energy (Paper 2547) (Mr Manzie).................................................947 Map, Exploration Licences on Aboriginal Freehold Land and Land that may be Subject to Native Title. (Paper 2373) (Mr Manzie).........................................859 98
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Map, Geographic Extent of Claimant Applications as per register of Native Title Claims as at 30 June 2000 (Paper 2374) (Mr Manzie) ....................................859 Map, Katherine Flood January 1998, Preliminary Floodmap (13 February 1998), Water Resources Division, Department of Lands, Planning and Environment. (Paper 232) (Mr Palmer)....................................................................................66 Map, Ord River Stage 2 Area (Paper 1742) (Mr Reed).......................................631 Map, Palmerston town and municipal boundaries (Paper 998) (Mr Baldwin) ....435 Map, Proposed Speed Zone Changes on Arterial Roads, Alice Springs, September 1998 (Paper 626) (Mr Coulter) ........................................................................223 Map, Proposed Speed Zone Changes on Arterial Roads, Darwin, September 1998 (Paper 628) (Mr Coulter) .................................................................................223 Map, Proposed Speed Zone Changes on Arterial Roads, Palmerston, September 1998 (Paper 627) (Mr Coulter) ........................................................................223 Map, redevelopment plan for Kurringal Housing Complex, Fannie Bay (Paper 1803) (Mrs Braham) .............................................................................655 Map, residential town plan of Kalkarindji (Paper 2342) (Mr Reed) ...................849 Map, Seniors Village, Lot 7032 Leanyer Drive - artists impression (Paper 2336) (Dr Lim) ...........................................................................................................848 Map, Seniors Village, Lot 7032 Leanyer Drive - Leanyer Senior Residential Development by Territory Housing, Northern Territory Government (Paper 2337) (Dr Lim) .....................................................................................848 Map, Water Resources of the Northern Territory ­ Hydrogeological and Water Development Assessments, Department of Lands, Planning and the Environment (Paper 323) (Mr Palmer) ............................................................111 Map, Water Resources of the Northern Territory ­ Stock Water Supply Assessments, Department of Lands, Planning and the Environment (Paper 324) (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................112 Martin Luther King Day, speech I have a dream, 28 August 1963 (Paper 1893)(Mr Elferink) ...............................................................................703 Martin starts in old-fashioned way by lying, Northern Territory News, Sunday Territorian, dated 13 February 1994 (Paper 2557) (Mr Lugg)........................951 Media Briefing ­ Land Use Planning and Release of Crown Land for Development, Friday 12 February 1999 (Paper 919) (Mr Baldwin) ...............401 Media Release Baldwin, Hon Tim, MLA, Minister for Local Government, dated 6 November 1997 (Paper 85) (Mr Toyne) ..........................................................................40 Right to Life Association, dated 18 February1998 (Paper 285) (Mr Bailey) ....96 Media Release by Delfin ­ Delfin welcomes Revised HomeNorth Scheme, dated August 2000 (Paper 2007) (Mr Mitchell) ........................................................744 Media Release by Territory Construction Association ­ More Homes for Territorians and a real lift for the Housing Industry, dated 3 February 2000 (Paper 2006) (Mr Mitchell)..............................................................................744 Media release, Aboriginal Landowners Disturbed by Senator Herron's support for Smaller Land Councils, open letter, dated 17 November 1998 (Paper 751) (Mr Ah Kit) ......................................................................................................261 99
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Media release, Adamson admits mess in Aboriginal education, Mr Peter Toyne, dated 29 January 1999 (Paper 985) (Mr Adamson).........................................432 Media release, Chaos on eve of school start, Mr Peter Toyne, Member for Stuart, dated Friday 29 January 1999 (Mr Adamson) (Paper 1030) ...........................446 Media release, Defence NT, Companies, Government contracts, dated 2 December 1998 (Paper 1270) (Mr Ah Kit)......................................................480 Media release, Department confirms lack of consultation, 7 April 1999 (Mr Coulter) (Paper 1091) ......................................................................................463 Media release, English a high priority in bush schools, Hon Peter Adamson MLA, dated 1 December 1998 (Paper 984) (Mr Adamson).......................................432 Media release, Health projects, Alice Springs and Yulara by Minister for Health and Community Services (Mr Hatton), 17 October 1990 (Paper 1804) (Mr Henderson) .......................................................................................................655 Media Release, Ludmilla Primary School and NT Waterwatch web page (Paper 1697) (Mr Mitchell)..............................................................................611 Media Release, Maggie Hickey, MLA, Leader of the Opposition, Hickey Launches Alice Springs Candidates, dated 10 February 1998 (Paper 355) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................................119 Media Release, Monitor Wholesale Petrol Prices, by the Minister for Asian Relations, Trade and Industry, dated 5 August 1998 (Paper 525) (Mr Reed) .164 Media release, Mr Peter Toyne MLA to Honourable Peter Adamson, dated 22 April 1999 re apology relating to petition at Areyonga (Paper 1490) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................................541 Media release, N T Small Business confidence falls, dated 26 May 1999 (Paper 1269) (Mr Ah Kit) ................................................................................480 Media release, NT Budget 1999 Changes to Payroll Tax Welcomed, by Carol Frost, General Manager of NT Chamber of Commerce and Industry , dated 27 April 1999 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1094) ................................................................463 Media Release, Opposition Leader - Labor Opposition Strategy Combats Drug Crime, November 2000 (Paper 2239) (Mr Reed) ............................................827 Media release, Peter Toyne apologises to Peter Adamson, by Mr P Toyne MLA, dated 22 April 1999 (Mr Adamson) (Paper 1067)...........................................459 Media release, Toyne condemns Reed's Smoke and Mirror Tactics, dated 12 November 98 (Paper 727) (Mr Reed) ..............................................................255 Memo, Territory Health Services, Budget Restrictions ­ Delegations withdrawn, signed Joanne Schilling. (Paper 2475) (Mr Henderson)..................................887 Memorandum to all nursing staff re Best Practice Skills Employment Agency, 19 September 2000 (Paper 2096) (Mr Dunham) ..................................................773 Memorandum, Alan Michael, Minister of State, Home Office, UK - The Light Beam Speed Measuring Device (No. 2) Approval 1998, 9 February 1998 (Paper 283) (Mr Coulter) ...................................................................................93 Memorandum, Bowden, Mr M, General Manager, Territory Health Services to Alice Springs Hospital Staff, dated 21 October 1999 re Reduced Hospital Services during December/January (Paper 1629) (Mr Toyne) ........................589 100
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Memorandum, Gillian Gorham, Clinical Nurse Consultant, Territory Health Services to Michael Martin, dated 13 February 1998 (Paper 490) (Mr Rioli) 161 Memorandum, Mark Textor, Research Consultant to Chief Minister - The Need to Know Why, dated 2 April 1990 (Paper 767) (Mrs Hickey) ............................267 Memorandum, Minister Dunham to Secretary, Territory Health Services Published comments of Dr Page alleging various wrongdoings at Royal Darwin Hospital, dated 24 November 1999 (Paper 1651) (Mr Dunham) ....................599 Memorandum, Mr Mark Textor to Shane Stone, President NT CLP, dated 30 May 1990 (Paper 788) (Mr Stone) ...........................................................................273 Memorandum, Mr Toby Ralph to Peter Kidman , Gary Nairn, Paul Cowdy, Andrew Coward re Campaign Tasks, dated 21 September 1990 (Paper 852) (Mr Stirling) .....................................................................................................288 Memorandum, N.T.P.O.A. Executive Alice Springs Branch to Commissioner D. Moore, dated 12 February 1998. (Paper 274) (Mr Stirling) ..............................91 Menzies School of Health Research Act Auditor-General's Report to the Minister for Health Services, Menzies School of Health Research, dated 27 August 1997 (Paper 200)................................58 Mereenie Loop Road, Detail of Capital Works Program and Estimated Expenditure 1997/98 through to 2000/01 (Paper 1341) (Mr Coulter).............497 Mereenie Loop Road, Details of Minor New Works and Repairs and Maintenance Expenditure 1998/99 through to 1999/00 (Paper 1342) (Mr Coulter).............497 Message of congratulations on 25th anniversary of First Elected Legislative Assembly from The Minister for Regional Services, Territories and Local Government, Senator the Honourable Ian Macdonald (Paper 1548)...............562 Message of congratulations on 25th anniversary of First Elected Legislative Assembly from The President of the Senate, Senator the Honourable Margaret Reid (Paper 1547) ............................................................................................562 Message of congratulations on 25th anniversary of First Elected Legislative Assembly from The Prime Minister, the Honourable John Howard, MP (Paper 1546) ................................................................................................................562 Mine site guard hit, Northern Territory News, Saturday 22 August 1998 (Paper 993) (Mr Manzie) .................................................................................435 Mining and Exploration Titles affected by Native Title ­ June 2000 (Paper 1943) (Mr Manzie) .....................................................................................................727 Minute, Conn, Dr Neil, Under-Treasurer to Treasurer, BTEC Program, dated 4 May 1990 (Paper 373) (Mrs Hickey)...............................................................125 Minutes of meeting, Tuesday 12 September 2000, Donna Kittel, Jesses Wish (Paper 2114) (Mr Henderson)..........................................................................777 Mock Trial Competition, 4 July 2000 (Paper 2025) (Dr Lim) ............................753 Mt Johns Valley, Land Use Objectives & Planning Concepts, October 1996, Department Lands, Planning & Environment (Paper 1289) (Mr Baldwin).....482 Mural by Robert Czako at St Mary's Family Services - Alice Springs (Paper 1484) (Mr Elferink) ..............................................................................537 Murrumujuk Land Use Concept Plan 1990, Department Lands & Housing (Paper 1282) (Mr Baldwin)..............................................................................482 101
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) N T Power Pty Ltd, extract of Notes to and forming part of the Financial Statements for period ending 30 June 1993 (Paper 951) (Ms Martin) ............413 Nadji, Mr J, Chairman, Djabulukgu Association Inc to The Editor, The Age, dated 27 May 1991 (Paper 1633) (Mr Manzie).........................................................590 Names of graduating students Taminmin High School 1997 (Paper 247) (Mr Lugg)...........................................................................................................75 Names of members of Youth Round Table 1997 (Paper 250) (Mr Stone) ............75 Names of members of Youth Round Table 1998 (Paper 249) (Mr Stone) ............75 National Environment Protection Council 1999-2000 (Paper 2370)...................861 National Highway Strategy ­ the next 20 years, by Northern Territory Government (Paper 1825) (Mr Palmer)...........................................................661 National Tax Reform ­ Impacts of the Northern Territory ­ Grocery Prices (Paper 1741) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................631 Native Title Statistics 31 May 2001 ­ Mining and Exploration Tenure Applications by Department of Mines and Energy (Paper 2545) (Mr Manzie) ..........................................................................................................................947 New and Revote Capital Works Programs for Electorates of Arafura, Arnhem, Barkly, Fannie Bay, Nhulunbuy, Stuart, Wanguri (Paper 1339) (Mr Coulter)497 New Fare Structure, effective from 1 July 1998, for Darwin Buses (Paper 397) (Mr Coulter) .....................................................................................................132 Newsflash ­ MVA ­ Destroyed Vehicle ­ John Bailey possible issue, dated 20 November 1998 (Paper 817) (Mr Coulter) ......................................................277 Newsletter, Batchelor Business, dated April 1999 (Paper 1141) (Mr Toyne).....473 Newsletter, Millner Matters, June 2001 (Paper 2495) (Mr Dunham) .................899 Newsletter, Opposition Leader, August 2000 - CLP Plan to push petrol prices up (Paper 2329) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................847 Newsletter, Opposition Leader, Nov/Dec 2000 ­ CLP Sticks to Petrol Price Hike Plan (Paper 2331) Mr Burke)...........................................................................847 Newsletter, Opposition Leader, November 2000 ­ Damn the CLP Government not the harbour (Paper 2330) (Mr Burke) ..............................................................847 Newsletter, TCA SHORTCUTS, dated 9 February 2001 and 16 February 2001 (Paper 2343) (Ms Martin) ................................................................................852 Newsletter, The Opposition Leader Maggie Hickey MLA, November 1998 edition (Paper 726) (Mr Reed) .....................................................................................255 Newsletter, The Opposition Leader, Maggie Hickey, MLA, dated May 1998 (Paper 428) (Mr Reed) .....................................................................................146 Newspaper advertisement, If you never never go, you'll never never know where $540m of NSW taxes get snapped up every year, The Sunday Telegraph, dated 1 November 1998 (Paper 722) (Mr Stone) ......................................................255 Northern Australia Oil and Gas Task Force, the Vision - Brochure (Paper 392) (Mr Poole)........................................................................................................127 Northern Territory ALP Home Page, search results for Information Technology Policy ­ blank page Extract (Paper 2023) (MrElferink)..................................752 Northern Territory Budget 1994-95 to 1997-98 inclusive,Surplus/deficiencies (Paper 1319) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................496 102
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Northern Territory Building Activity ­ March Quarter - Commencements for period March 1998 to March 2000 (Paper 2042) (Ms Martin)........................758 Northern Territory Building Activity ­ March Quarter ­ Work Outstanding at End Quarter, residential and non residential, period March 1998 to March 2000 (Paper 2043) (Ms Martin) ................................................................................758 Northern Territory Certificate of Motor Vehicle Registration issued to Raymond James Bryant, dated 05/01/1998 (Paper 573) (Mr Toyne) ..............................205 Northern Territory Certificate of Motor Vehicle Registration issued to Raymond James Bryant, dated 06/08/1998 (Paper 574) (Mr Toyne) ..............................205 Northern Territory Community Attitude Study, November 1992 ­ Job No. 2115, Department of the Chief Minister, Northern Territory Government (Paper 936) (Mr Stirling) .....................................................................................................407 Northern Territory Construction Industry Plan, SUMMARY (Paper 750) (Mr Manzie) .....................................................................................................260 Northern Territory Court-Mandated and Court Referred Programs for Offenders of Domestic and Aboriginal Family Violence, Background Paper to the Development of the Program, Occasional Paper No. 33, Northern Territory Domestic Violence Strategy (Paper 1387).......................................................514 Northern Territory Election 1997, Excerpt page 5 of Report to Conference (Paper 971) (Mr Burke) ...................................................................................419 Northern Territory Fire and Rescue Service Staffing Review (Paper 1524) (Mr Stirling) .....................................................................................................553 Northern Territory Government Conditions of Service Trust 1999-2000, extract of page 13. (Paper 2461) (Ms Martin) .................................................................881 Northern Territory Government Conditions of Service Trust, 1997/98 (Paper 924) ..........................................................................................................................403 Northern Territory Government Domestic Violence Strategy, Supplementary Status Report, April 1997 to July 1998 (Paper 877)........................................368 Northern Territory Government Gazette No S36 of 15 September 1997 (Paper 6) (Mr Stone)............................................................................................................6 Northern Territory Government, black striped mussel eradication - cost by Agency (Paper 1392) (Mr Palmer) ..................................................................507 Northern Territory Government, black striped mussel eradication ­ summary of costs (Paper 1393) (Mr Palmer).......................................................................507 Northern Territory Law Reform Committee, Report on the law of property, No. 18, dated October 1998 (Paper 850) (Mr Stone) .............................................283 Northern Territory Legislative Assembly Extraordinary Sittings, Monday 16th February 1998 (Paper 302) (Mr Stone)............................................................106 Northern Territory Library-Staff by Classification and Number before and after restructure (Paper 486) (Mr Baldwin) .............................................................156 Northern Territory Mining Accident and Injury Summary 1997/98 (Paper 960) (Mr Manzie) .....................................................................................................415 Northern Territory of Australia, Merlin Project Agreement Amendment. (Paper 2458) (Mr Manzie) ...............................................................................878 103
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Northern Territory Parks Masterplan, Towards a Secure Future (Paper 155) (Mr Baldwin) .....................................................................................................55 Northern Territory Public Sector personnel held against positions and who are not permanent employees by Agency (Paper 2540) (Mr Reed).............................945 Northern Territory Quarantine Review, Commissioned by the Minister for Primary Industry & Fisheries, May 1999 (Paper 1660)...................................603 Northern Territory Road Crash Statistics 1997 by the Northern Territory Road Safety Council (Paper 784) (Mr Coulter) ........................................................270 Northern Territory Road Safety Strategy 2001-2003 (Paper 2466) (Mr Palmer)886 Northern Territory State Square ­ Post Occupancy Evaluation, Volume I Summary of Findings and Recommendations, dated July 1998 by Savant Pty Ltd (Paper 683) (Mr Coulter)...........................................................................240 Northern Territory State Square ­ Post Occupancy Evaluation, Volume II Discussion and Evaluation of Results, dated July 1998 by Savant Pty Ltd (Paper 684) (Mr Coulter) .................................................................................240 Northern Territory Teachers Nominated for National Excellence in Teaching Awards in 1997, List (Paper 529) (Mr Adamson) ...........................................168 Northern Territory University Faculty of Law Course Outline, "Legal Ethics" (Paper 96) (Mr Stirling) .....................................................................................43 Northern Territory University, year ended 31 December 2000 (Paper 2580) .....970 Northern Territory Voting Intention, Newspoll Market Research, dated 10 November 1992 (Paper 934) (Mr Stirling) ......................................................407 Northern Territory YOUTH POLICY, November 1998 (Paper 762) (Mr Stone) ..........................................................................................................................264 NT Government Interim Submission to the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from their Families (Paper 240) (Mr Stone)..........................................................................................................71 NT Netball Alice Springs, NT Development Squads and selected at NT Championships (Paper 2567) (Mrs Braham) ...................................................953 NT Youth Survey Report by the Office of Youth Affairs. (Paper 2389) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................864 NTOEC Enrolment Pattern 1998 - NT Department of Education (Paper 289) (Mr Adamson)....................................................................................................98 NTPS Classification by Agency, Selected by Nominal Classification (Paper 447) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................148 NTPS data from PIPS Equal Employment Opportunity Report, June 1998 (Paper 446) (Mr Reed) .....................................................................................148 NTPS Leased Premises by Agency (Paper 1368) (Mr Manzie) ..........................503 NTPS Redundancies and Dismissals, 1 June 1997 to 31 May 1998 (Paper 443) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................148 Number and Proportion of Total Employees on Fixed Term Contracts and Probation, NTPS by Agency - May 1999 (Paper 1367) (Mr Manzie).............503 Number of Employees on Higher Duties Allowance by NTPS Agency, May 1999 (Paper 1366) (Mr Manzie) ...............................................................................503 104
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Number of Full time and Part time students 1998/99 and 1999/2000 by Faculty (Paper 1373) (Mr Adamson)............................................................................504 Nursing Homes and Hostels Aged Residential Care Allocations and Wait Lists as at 13 June 2000 (Paper 1953) (Mr Dunham) ...................................................728 Nutherway 2000 Land Access Workshop, Mandorah, Wednesday 19 April 2000 (Paper 1799) (Mr Ah Kit) ................................................................................652 Office of Women's Policy, Occasional Paper No. 28, How to use the Internet (Paper 878).......................................................................................................368 Ombudsman (Northern Territory) Act Appointment of Ombudsman and Determination of Terms and Conditions of Office, appointment of Peter Allen Lyle Boyce (Paper 1808).....................657 Ombudsman's Office, estimated travel expenditure for the period 1 July 1998 to 30 June 1999 (Paper 1312) (Mr Burke) ...........................................................495 Ombudsman's Report into Tender Procedures by the Department of Transport and Works in Alice Springs (Paper 1711) (Mr Palmer) .........................................620 Ombudsman's Report re section 17A preliminary inquiry report complaint against Territory Health Services (THS) by Ms Clare Martin, MLA Leader of the Opposition by Peter A Boyce, Ombudsman (Paper 1902) (Mr Dunham) .......709 Open Letter to Former Territory Chief Minister from Derek Evans, Deputy Secretary-General, Amnesty International Australia, dated 16 February 1999 (Paper 1561) (Mr Stone ...................................................................................571 Operational Structure and Flow Chart ­ Transport and Infrastructure Development (Paper 315) (Mr Coulter) .................................................................................111 Opportunities for Timor Sea Gas in the Northern Territory and Queensland by M J Kimber Consultants Pty Ltd, dated 27 May 1999. (Paper 2467) (Mr Manzie) ..........................................................................................................................885 Ord River Irrigation Area Stage 2, detail of expenditure (Paper 463) (Mr Palmer) ..........................................................................................................................152 Outstanding Domestic Borrowing's, Northern Territory Treasury Corporation, Annual Report 1997/98, Appendix A (Paper 1322) (Mr Reed) ......................496 Overseas Travel Comparison 1998/99 and 1999/01 expenses incurred by each Minister (Paper 1923) (Mr Burke)...................................................................722 Overseas Travel pursuant to Remuneration Tribunal Determination paragraph 9.1, and Commonwealth Parliamentary Association overseas travel (Paper 2535) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................943 Overseas Travel Summary for Department of the Chief Minister, period July to 21 May 1998/99 (Paper 1314) (Mr Burke) ...........................................................495 Darwin Town Plan, Zoning Table, Zone CP; C = consent ..................................465 Pamphlet ­ The Railway and benefits for Katherine and the Territory by Mike Reed CLP Member for Katherine (Paper 1613) (Mr Reed) ............................582 Pamphlet, Education Review makes Schools Our Focus by Department of Education, November 1998 (Paper 811) (Mr Adamson).................................276 Papunya School, Property Management Form 7 (pl) Application for Special Purpose Grant, Minor New Works Projects (Projects up to $100 000) (Paper 1434) (Mr Toyne) .................................................................................527 105
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory Corporate Plan 1997-98 to 1999-2000 (Paper 156) (Mr Baldwin) ...........................................................55 Parks and Wildlife Commission, Comparison of Budgets between 1998-99 and 1999-2000 (Paper 1332) (Mr Reed).................................................................497 Parks and Wildlife Commission, Planned Outcomes for 1998-99 Biodiversity Projects by cost (Paper 1333) (Mr Reed).........................................................497 Parliamentary Internship Program Paper, Youth Consultation Report, The Western Australian Youth Advisory council Model and the Northern Territory, dated 2000 by Ms Samantha Manette (Paper 2404) ........................................873 Parole Board of the Northern Territory, Year ending 31 December 1997 (Paper 429).......................................................................................................149 Partners in Education ­ Parent Policy ­ Good Practice, 1994 ­ 1997, Northern Territory Department of Education (Paper 669) (Mr Adamson) .....................234 Pastoral Land Rehabilitation in the Semi-Arid Tropics of the Northern Territory 1946-1996, technical report No. 26/2001D. (Paper 2570) (Mr Burke) ...........957 PAWA Alice Springs Networks, Outages due to Failure of Equipment by Locality for Financial Years 1997/98 and 1998/99 (Paper 1352) (Mr Coulter) ............498 PAWA Northern Networks, Comparison of Significant Breakdown Outages for Financial Year 1997/98 and 1998/99 (Paper 1351) (Mr Coulter) ...................498 Payments for concessions, permits/licences 2000/2001, Parks and Wildlife Commission (Paper 2538) (Mr Reed)..............................................................945 Payslip, dated 14 January 2000 (Paper 1726) (Mr Henderson)...........................627 Perceptions of an Incident at Ranger ­ water leak from tailings dam waterline to Mill by Tony McGill ­ presented at National Conference of Parliamentary Public Works Committees and Environment Committees (Paper 2046) (Dr Lim) ...........................................................................................................759 Performance Examination, On-line and Length, Provision and use of learning technologies in Government schools (Paper 2606) (Mr Lugg) .......................972 Permit to Play Unlawful Game, Diamond Leisure Pty Ltd (Paper 2510) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................907 Persons Aged 15 to 17 Participation in Education 1994-95-96 - Australian Bureau of Statistics Catalogue No 6272 (Paper 292) (Mr Adamson) ............................98 Photograph of Plenty Highway circa August 1999 (Paper 1451) (Mr Toyne) ....532 Planning Act Direction to the Planning Authority, Re Lots 2513 and 4812, pursuant to section 67(3)(b) (Paper 1441) .................530 Planning Act, Discussion Draft ­ 10 August 1999 (Paper 1415) (Mr Baldwin) .520 Planning Act, Information Paper ­ Discussion Draft for a proposed new N T Planning Act (Paper 1416) (Mr Baldwin)........................................................520 Planning for Growth, Paper (Paper 444) (Mr Reed)............................................148 Plans of Management Anna's Reservoir Conservation Reserve, February 1999 (Paper 1054)..........458 Arltunga Historical Reserve, Draft Plan of Management - Review of Public Submissions (Paper 2355)............................................................................855 Arltunga Historical Reserve, November 2000 (Paper 2351) ...........................855 106
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Plans of Management (cont) Barranyi (North Island) National Park, Summary of Public representations, Parks and Wildlife Commission of the NT (Paper 368) ..............................123 Charles Darwin National Park (Paper 858) (Mr Baldwin) ..............................288 Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park, November 2000 (Paper 2253).......................832 Emily and Jessie Gaps Nature Park, Draft Plan of Management - Review of Public Submissions (Paper 2357) ................................................................855 Emily and Jessie Gaps Nature Park, September 2000 (Paper 2353) ...............855 Heavitree Gap Police Station Historical Reserve, Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory (Paper 1634) ..................................597 Henbury Meteorites Conservation Reserve, January 1999 (Paper 1055)........458 Holmes Jungle Nature Park, December 1997 (Paper 604) (Mr Baldwin) .......209 John Flynn's Grave Historical Reserve, Draft Plan of Management - Review of Public Submissions (Paper 2356) ................................................................855 John Flynn's Grave Historical Reserve, September 2000 (Paper 2352) .........855 Kintore Caves Nature Park, Summary of NT Government Submissions, November 2000 (Paper 2254)......................................................................832 Roadside Historical Reserves - Central Mount Stuart, Attack Creek & John Flynn Historical Reserves, January 2000 by Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory (Paper 2063)........................................................766 Ryan Well Historical Reserve, January 1999 (Paper 1056) ............................458 Ryan Well Historical Reserve, Plan of Management Review of Public Comments, October 1999 (Paper 1060).......................................................458 Tnorala Conservation Reserve (Gosse Bluff), Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, March 1997 (Paper 89) ........................................43 Tnorala Conservation Reserve (Gosse Bluff), Review of Public Submissions, Conservation Commission of the Northern Territory, Draft, July 1995 (Paper 90).......................................................................................................43 Poem entitled The Bigger Backyard (Paper 1508) (Mr Mitchell) .......................547 Police Administration Act Consent Agreement, dated 9 December 1999 (Paper 1689)............................612 Consent Agreement, Superintendent Salaries, pursuant to section 51, dated 22 May 2000 (Paper 1868) ...............................................................................698 Determination No. 1 of 2000, Police Determination 1 of 2000, dated 7 February 2000 (Paper 1690)........................................................................................612 Northern Territory Police Consent Agreement 1999, dated 20th September 1999 (Paper 1505)........................................................................................547 Police Arbitral Tribunal Determination No. T1 0f 1998, Interim Decision, dated 19 February 1998 (Paper 273) .......................................................................96 Police Staffing - Barkly Region 2000/2001 (Paper 2537) (Mr Reed) .................944 Potential Northern Territory Support for East Timor, Capability Statement, April 1999 (Paper 1017) (Mr Burke) ........................................................................443 107
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Power and Water Authority - Operational Assessment as at 1 December 1997 (Paper 1264) (Mr Stirling) ...............................................................................479 Power and Water Authority Environment Report, June 1999 (Paper 1555) (Mr Dunham) ...................................................................................................566 Power and Water Authority Travel Expenditures 1998/99, motor vehicle expenses, official duty fares and travelling allowances (Paper 1348) (Mr Coulter) .....................................................................................................498 Preliminary Findings from qualitative research on Uncommitted Voters from Darwin and Palmerston, dated 21 April 1993 (Paper 792) (Mrs Hickey) .......274 Press release - Proposed amendments to the Planning Act, by Minister for Lands, Planning and Environment (Mr Baldwin) (Paper 1612)..................................582 Press release COGSO and Independent Education Union of Australia, Discussion Paper (Paper 1898) (Mr Henderson)................................................................705 Press release, 10 Good reasons To Keep Territory Hospitals In Our Hands, Maggie Hickey, MLA (Paper 723) (Mr Burke)...............................................255 Press release, A Quality Public Sector by Suzanne Cavanagh, CLP the Northern Territory Party (Paper 813) (Mr Reed) ............................................................277 Press release, Annan says mandatory sentencing is a domestic issue, dated 22 February 2000, AAP Newscast (Paper 1694). (Mr Reed) ...............................611 Press release, Durack School, Principals Endorse Education Revision (Paper 815) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................277 Press Release, High Court Decision, Hon Mike Reed, MLA, Treasurer, dated 5 August 1997 (Paper 400) (Mrs Hickey) ..........................................................135 Press release, Indigenous Education Council N T (IECNT), dated 16 December 1994 (Paper 922) (Mr Adamson).....................................................................402 Press release, Leader of the Opposition, Clare Martin MLA, dated September 1999 ­ Food Prices and Power Costs (Paper 1530) Dr Lim)...........................557 Press release, Member for Stuart (Mr Toyne), $20 million cut to Education 166 Jobs to go, dated 1 December 1998 (Paper1572) (Mr Adamson)....................574 Press release, Member for Stuart (Mr Toyne), Adamson Admits Mess in Aboriginal Education, dated 29 January 1999 (Paper 1571) (Mr Adamson) ..574 Press release, Member for Stuart (Mr Toyne), Adamson Plays Prank with Parliamentary Petition, dated 9 March 1999 (Paper 1573) (Mr Adamson).....574 Press release, Member for Stuart (Mr Toyne), Chaos on eve of school start, dated 29 January 1999 (Paper 1574) (Mr Adamson) ................................................574 Press release, Member for Stuart (Mr Toyne), Teenage Taskforce Idea Needs Government Support, dated 19 January 1999 (Paper 1570) (Mr Adamson) ...574 Press release, Member for Stuart (Mr Toyne), What is Peter Adamson going to do with Fred Finch's Training Timebomb, dated 16 July 99 (Paper 1569) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................................574 Press release, PAWA Sell­Off ­ A Done Deal?, dated 14 November 1998 (Paper 729) (Mr Poole) ....................................................................................255 Press release, Sadadeen Primary School, Principals Endorse Education Review (Paper 814) (Mr Reed) .....................................................................................277 108
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Preventable Chronic Diseases Strategy - the Evidence Base ­ Best buys and key result areas in chronic disease control, dated August 1999, Territory Health Services (Paper 1448) (Mr Dunham)...............................................................532 Principal Directed Pilot Program for 2001 by school and program (Paper 2560) (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................951 Printed Matter Classification Guidelines (Amendment No. 1), Guidelines for the classification of Films and Videotapes (Amendment No. 2), and Guidelines for the Classifications on Computer Games (Amendment No. 1) (Paper 1427) ...526 Prisons (Arbitral Tribunal) Act Consent Agreement, Alice Springs Correctional Centre 12 Hour Shift Agreement 1999, dated 3 January 2000 (Paper 1687).................................612 Determination T1 of 1999, Senior Prison Officers Arbitral Determination No. 4, dated 10 December 1999 (Paper 1688).............................................612 Project - From the users perspective, to study the supply and provision of Artificial Limbs, The operation of Amputee Support Groups and The operation and provision of Return to Work Programs for Amputees, In the U/K, The Netherlands, Germany and Iceland (Paper 149) (Mr Manzie) ..........................50 Projections for Home Share Tenant Shared Equity Scheme, HomeStart Private Shared Equity Scheme, EarlyStart Deposit Assistance Grant, Assist Interest Subsidy (Paper 482) (Mr Baldwin)..................................................................156 Promotions and Advertising for Department of Police, Fire and Emergency Services 2000/2001 to 31 May 2001 (Paper 2536) (Mr Reed)........................944 Prospects for Timor Sea Gas in the Australian Market, Report by ACIL Economics Policy Ltd. (Paper 393) (Mr Poole) ..............................................127 Protest, police nearly run over, Northern Territory News, dated 30 September 1998 (Paper 992) (Mr Manzie) ........................................................................435 Protocol - Access to Northern Territory Government Records by Aboriginal People Researching Their Families (Paper 241) (Mr Stone).............................71 Protocol Functions Summary, July 2000 to June 2001 by minister and function (Paper 2529) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................943 Public Accounts Committee Annual Report (No. 32) 1997-98 (Paper 825) (Mr Dunham)..........................282 Annual Report 1998/99 (Paper 1656) (Mr Poole) ...........................................600 Annual Report for the Year Ended 30 June 1997, Report No 31, dated February 1998 (Paper 293) (Mr Dunham) ....................................................................98 Report No. 33 - Report on the Auditor-General's Mid Year Report and End of Financial Year Reports 1995-96 to 1998 ­ Fees, Fines and Outstanding Debts (Paper 995) (Mr Coulter) .....................................................................436, 474 Report No. 34 of the inquiring into the Roles of various funding bodies in the development and maintenance of roads, airstrips and barge landings on Aboriginal communities and outstations in the Northern Territory (Paper 1458) (Mr Poole) ..............................................................................536 109
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Public Accounts Committee (cont) Report of 1984, extract relating to Contingent Liabilities, pages 43 to 51, by E A Nosworthy, dated 5 march 1984 (Paper 952)(Mr Coulter)......................414 Public Accounts Committee, Annual Report No. 36 for the Year ended 30 June 2000, dated August 2000 (Paper 2255) (Mr Poole).........................................829 Public and Remote Area Housing Stock (Paper 480) Mr Baldwin) ....................156 Pulse Jacki Fleet (Paper 1883).............................................................................700 Rainbow Valley Conservation Reserve, Plan of Management, Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory (Paper 58) (Mr Baldwin) .....................27 Ratification of Treaties Bill 2000, Draft (Paper 2186) (Mr Burke).....................814 Receipts by Resource, Commonwealth Grants ­ Specific Purpose 1997/98 and 1998/99 (Paper 462) (Mr Palmer)....................................................................152 Receipts of sale of homes under Housing 2003 by area (Paper 1974) (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................733 Recorded Crime, Australia, 1997, Australian Bureau of Statistics (Paper 564) (Mr Stone)........................................................................................................186 Recruitment and Retention of Staff - How many teachers resigned in 1998 and 1999 to date (broken down by month and allocated to department al regions) (Paper 1371) (Mr Adamson)............................................................................503 Redundancies July 1998 to 25 May 1999, Redundancies by Agency, Redundancies by Gender, redundancies by Stream, No involuntary redundancies (Paper 1361) (Mr Manzie) .........................................................502 Referendum question, Do you agree that we should become a State (Paper 570) (Mr Stone)........................................................................................................190 Refrigerator magnet Read with Your Kids ­ parents are partners in education (Paper 2147) (Mr Lugg)...................................................................................789 Regional Agreements, Labor Northern Territory (Paper 2578) (MrAh Kit).......957 Regional Highlights, Alice Springs 1998-99 (Paper 388) (Mr Reed) .................126 Regional Highlights, Alice Springs 1999-2000 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1081) ...........460 Regional Highlights, Alice Springs 2000-2001 (Paper 1820) (Mr Reed) ...........661 Regional Highlights, Arnhem and Tiwi Islands 1998-99 (Paper 386) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................126 Regional Highlights, Arnhem and Tiwi Islands 1999-2000 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1079).....................................................................................................460 Regional Highlights, Arnhem and Tiwi Islands 2000-2001 (Paper 1818) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................661 Regional Highlights, Darwin 1998-99 (Paper 383) (Mr Reed) ...........................126 Regional Highlights, Darwin 1999-2000 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1076) .....................460 Regional Highlights, Darwin 2000-2001 (Paper 1815) (Mr Reed) .....................661 Regional Highlights, Katherine 1998-99 (Paper 385) (Mr Reed) .......................126 Regional Highlights, Katherine 1999-2000 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1078) .................460 Regional Highlights, Katherine 2000-2001 (Paper 1817) (Mr Reed) .................661 Regional Highlights, Palmerston and Rural 1998-99 (Paper 384) (Mr Reed).....126 Regional Highlights, Palmerston and Rural 1999-2000 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1077) ..........................................................................................................................460 110
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Regional Highlights, Palmerston and Rural 2000-2001 (Paper 1816) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................661 Regional Highlights, Tennant Creek 1998-99 (Paper 387) (Mr Reed)................126 Regional Highlights, Tennant Creek 1999-2000 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1080)..........460 Regional Highlights, Tennant Creek 2000-2001 (Paper 1819) (Mr Reed)..........661 Regulations 1997 No 27, Amendment to Stock Diseases Regulations (Paper 38).........................30 No 28, Amendment of Education (Board of Studies) Regulations (Paper 39)..30 No 29, Amendment to Work Health Regulations (Paper 40) ............................30 No 30, Amendment of Juries Regulations (Paper 41) .......................................30 No 31, Amendments of Fisheries Regulations (Paper 42).................................30 No 32, Amendments of Housing Assistance Schemes Regulations (Paper 203) ........................................................................................................................58 No 33, Meat Industries Regulations (Paper 204)...............................................58 No 34, Amendment of Stock Diseases Regulations (Paper 205).......................58 No 35, Amendment of Justices (Territory Infringement Notices Enforcement Scheme) Regulations (Paper 206)..................................................................58 Regulations 1998 No. 01, Katherine Town Council By-Laws (Paper 226) ...................................68 No. 02, Amendments of Keep River National Park Local Management Committee Regulations (Paper 227)..............................................................68 No. 03, Amendments of Taxation (Administration) Regulations (Paper 228) ..68 No. 04, Barramundi Fishery Management Plan Regulations (Paper 229).........68 No. 05, Local Court Rules (Paper 432)............................................................149 No. 06, Small Claims Rules (Paper 433) .........................................................149 No. 07, Amendments of Gaming Machine Regulations (Paper 316) ..............113 No. 08, Sentencing (Punitive Work Orders) Regulations (Paper 317) ............113 No. 09, Juvenile Justice (Punitive Work Orders) Regulations (Paper 318) ....113 No. 10, Amendments of Gaming Control (Licensing) Regulations (Paper 319) ......................................................................................................................113 No. 11, Amendments of Supreme Court Rules of the Northern Territory (Paper 434)...................................................................................................149 No. 12, Kava Management Regulations (Paper 435) ......................................149 No. 13, Amendment of Supreme Court Regulations (Paper 436) ...................150 No. 14, Amendments of Motor Accidents (Compensation) Appeal Tribunal Rules (Paper 498).........................................................................................168 No. 15, Amendments of Fisheries Regulations (Paper 499)............................168 No. 16, Court Security Regulations (Paper 500) .............................................168 No. 17, Amendment of Business Names Regulations (Paper 501) .................168 No. 18, Health and Community Services Complaints Regulations (Paper 502) ......................................................................................................................168 No. 19, Amendments of Traffic Regulations (Paper 503) ...............................168 No. 20, Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading (Pawnbrokers and Second HandDealers) Regulations (Paper 504) ................................................................168 111
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Regulations 1998 (cont) No. 21, Amendment of Housing Regulations (Paper 505) ..............................168 No. 22, Amendment of Home Purchase Assistance Scheme Regulations (Paper 506)...................................................................................................168 No. 23, Amendment of Housing Assistance Schemes Regulations (Paper 507) ......................................................................................................................168 No. 24, Amendments of Housing (Government Employees) Sales Scheme Regulations (Paper 508)...............................................................................168 No. 25, Amendment of Northern Territory Interest Subsidy Scheme Regulations (Paper 509)...............................................................................168 No. 26, Amendment of Superannuation Regulations (Paper 510)...................168 No. 27, Pearl Oyster Culture Industry Management Plan (Paper 511)............168 No. 28, Amendments of Building Regulations (Paper 512) ............................168 No. 29, Private Security (Security Firms) Regulations (Paper 513)................168 No. 30, Private Security (Security Officers) Regulations (Paper 514)............168 No. 31, Amendment of Private Security (Crowd Controllers) Regulations (Paper 515)...................................................................................................168 No. 32, Amendment of Heritage Conservation Regulations (Paper 516)........168 No. 33, Nhulunbuy (Animal Control) By-Laws (Paper 638) .........................231 No. 34, Amendments of Public Sector Employment and Management Regulations (Paper 637)...............................................................................231 No. 35, Referendums Regulations (Paper 636) ...............................................231 No. 36, Amendment of Legal Practitioners Regulations (Paper 635) .............231 No. 37, Amendment of Local Court Rules (Paper 656) ..................................235 No. 38, Amendment of Small Claims Rules (Paper 657) ................................235 No. 39, Local Court Regulations (Paper 639) .................................................231 No. 40, Northern Territory Treasury Corporation Inscribed Stock Regulations (Paper 640)...................................................................................................231 No. 41, Treasury (Northern Territory Stock) (Repeal) Regulations (Paper 641) ......................................................................................................................231 No. 42, Lands Acquisition Amendment Regulations (Paper 642)...................231 No. 43, Mining Amendment Regulations (Paper 643) ....................................231 No. 44, Petroleum Amendment Regulations (Paper 644)................................231 No. 45, Energy Pipelines Amendment Regulations (Paper 645).....................231 No. 46, Amendments of Racing and Betting Regulations (Paper 740) ...........261 No. 47, Amendments of Public Trustee Regulations (Paper 741)...................261 No. 48, Amendments of Administration and Probate Regulations (Paper 742) ......................................................................................................................261 No. 49, Amendments of Public Health (General Sanitation, Mosquito Prevention, Rat Exclusion and Prevention) Regulations (Paper 743) .........261 No. 50, Amendments of Public Health (Night-Soil, Garbage, Cesspits, Wells and Water) Regulations (Paper 744)............................................................261 No. 51, Amendments of Building Regulations (Paper 745) ............................261 No. 52, Amendment of Barramundi Fishery Management Plan (Paper 746)..261 No. 53, Co-Operatives Regulations (Paper 747) .............................................261 112
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) No. 54, Local Government (Road Opening and Closing) Regulations (Paper 901)...................................................................................................403 No. 55, Amendment of Superannuation Regulations (Paper 902)...................403 No. 56, Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition (Temporary Exemptions) Regulations (Paper 903)...............................................................................403 No. 57, Amendments of Commercial Passenger (Miscellaneous) Regulations (Paper 904)...................................................................................................403 No. 58, Amendments of Private Hire Car Regulations (Paper 905)................403 No. 59, Amendments of Taxi Regulations (Paper 906)...................................403 No. 60, Amendments of Passenger Bus Regulations (Paper 907)...................403 No. 61, Amendment of Tourist Vehicles Regulations (Paper 908) .................403 No. 62, Commercial Passenger Vehicles (Cancelled Licences) Regulations (Paper 909)...................................................................................................403 No. 63, Minibus Regulations (Paper 910) .......................................................403 No. 64, Gaming Control (Internet Gaming) Regulations (Paper 911).............403 No. 65, Waste Management and Pollution Control (Administration) Regulations (Paper 912)...............................................................................403 No. 66, Amendment of Justices (Territory Infringement Notices Enforcement Scheme) Regulations (Paper 913)................................................................403 Regulations 1999 No. 01, Palmerston (Signs, Hoardings and Advertising) By-Laws (Paper 914) ......................................................................................................................403 No. 02, Fuel Subsidies Regulations (Paper 915) .............................................403 No. 03, Amendments of Fisheries Regulations (Paper 916)............................403 No. 04, Amendments of Work Health Regulations (Paper 1023) ...................447 No. 05, Amendments of Palmerston (Private Swimming Pool) By-laws (Paper 1024).................................................................................................447 No. 06, Amendment of Tennant Creek (Garbage) By-laws (Paper 1025).......447 No. 07, Amendment of Legal Practitioners Rules (Paper 1026) .....................447 No. 08, Amendments of Administration and Probate Regulations (Paper 1027) ......................................................................................................................447 No. 09, Northern Territory Products Symbol Regulations (Paper 1028) ........447 No. 10, Amendments of Fisheries Regulations (Paper 1029)..........................447 No. 11, Mining Amendment Regulations (Paper 1041) ..................................452 No. 12, Lands Acquisition Amendment Regulations (Paper 1042).................452 No. 13, Petroleum Amendment Regulations (Paper 1043)..............................452 No. 14, Amendments of the Mining Amendment Regulations (Paper 1088)..462 No. 15, Amendments of the Petroleum Amendment Regulations (Paper 1089) ......................................................................................................................462 No. 16, Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition (Temporary Exemptions) Regulations Repeal Regulation (Paper 1136) ..............................................475 No. 17, Amendment of Pastoral Land Regulations (Paper 1137)....................475 No. 18, Amendment of Registration of Interests in Motor Vehicles and Other Goods Regulations (Paper 1138) .................................................................475 No. 19, Amendments of Mining Regulations (Paper 1139) ............................475 113
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Regulations 1999 (cont) No. 20, Amendment of Justices (Territory Infringement Notices Enforcement Scheme) Regulations (Paper 1403)..............................................................520 No. 21, Amendments of Pay-roll Tax Regulations (Paper 1404) ....................520 No. 22, Amendment of Registration Regulations (Paper 1405) ......................521 No. 23, Amendments of Motor Vehicles (Fees and Charges) Regulations (Paper 1406).................................................................................................521 No. 24, Amendments of Water Supply and Sewerage Regulations (Paper 1407) ......................................................................................................................521 No. 25, Palmerston (Animal Management) By-laws (Paper 1408) .................521 No. 26, Work Health Court Rules (Paper 1409)..............................................521 No. 27, Amendment of Prisons (Correctional Services) Regulations (Paper 1410).................................................................................................521 No. 28, Amendment of Stock Diseases Regulations (Paper 1411)..................521 No. 29, Amendments of Port By-Laws (Paper 1515) ......................................552 No. 30, Amendments of Domestic Violence Regulations (Paper 1516) .........552 No. 31, Amendments of Taxation (Administration) Regulations (Paper 1517) ......................................................................................................................552 No. 32, Amendments of Debits Tax Regulations (Paper 1619) ......................588 No. 33, Amendments of Financial Institutions Duty Regulations (Paper 1620) ......................................................................................................................588 No. 34, Amendments of Liquor Regulations (Paper 1621) .............................588 No. 35, Amendments of Commercial and Private Agents Licensing Regulations (Paper 1622).................................................................................................588 No. 36, Amendment of Fisheries Regulations (Paper 1663) ...........................612 No. 37, Traffic Regulations (Paper 1664)........................................................612 No. 38, Amendment of Police Administration (Fees) Regulations (Paper 1665) ......................................................................................................................612 No. 39, Amendments of Mining Regulations (Paper 1666) ............................612 No. 40, Amendments of Community Welfare Regulations (Paper 1667) .......612 No. 41, Juvenile Justice (Juveniles' Infringement Notice Enforcement Scheme) Regulations (Paper 1668).............................................................................612 Regulations 2000 No. 01, Amendments of Darwin City Council By-Laws (Paper 1669) ...........612 No. 02, Amendments of Darwin City Council By-Laws (Paper 1670) ...........612 No. 03, Amendment of Fisheries Regulations (Paper 1671) ...........................612 No. 04, Amendment of Fuel Subsidies Regulations (Paper 1672) ..................612 No. 05, Juvenile Justice (Detention Centres) Regulations (Paper 1673).........612 No. 06, Amendment of Kava Management Regulations (Paper 1674) ...........612 No. 07, Amendments of Local Government (Electoral) Regulations (Paper 1675).................................................................................................612 No. 08, Amendment of Katherine Town Council By-Laws (Paper 1676) ......612 No. 09, Amendment of Nhulunbuy (Animal Control) By-Laws (Paper 1677)612 No. 10, Amendments of Local Court Regulations (Paper 1753).....................644 No. 11, Amendment of Sheriff Regulations (Paper 1754)...............................644 114
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Regulations 2000 (cont) No. 12, Residential Tenancies Regulations (Paper 1755) ...............................644 No. 13, Amendment of Justices (Territory Infringement Notices Enforcement Scheme) Regulations (Paper 1756)..............................................................644 No. 14, Animal Welfare Regulations (Paper 1776).........................................648 No. 15, Electricity Reform (Administration) Regulations (Paper 1777) .........648 No. 16, Planning Regulations (Paper 1778) ....................................................649 No. 17, Amendments of Fisheries Regulations (Paper 1779)..........................649 No. 18, Amendments of Veterinarians Regulations (Paper 1780)...................649 No. 19, Amendments of Palmerston (Animal Management) By-Laws (Paper 1781).................................................................................................649 No. 20, Amendment of Palmerston (Signs, Hoardings and Advertising) ByLaws (Paper 1782) .......................................................................................649 No. 21, Amendments of Supreme Court Rules (Paper 1783)..........................649 No. 22, Amendments of Supreme Court Rules (Paper 1784)..........................649 No. 23, Amendment of Nhulunbuy (Animal Control) By-Laws (Paper 1785)649 No. 24 Amendments of Procurement Regulations (Paper 1887).....................707 No. 25, Amendment of Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading (Pawnbrokers and Second-Hand Dealers) Regulations (Paper 1869) .......................................698 No. 26, Legislative Assembly (Powers and Privileges) Regulations (Paper 1870).................................................................................................698 No. 27, Totalisator Licensing and Regulation Regulations (Paper 1912) .......740 No. 28, Totalisator Licensing and Regulation (Arbitration) Regulations (Paper 1913) ............................................................................................................740 No. 29, Totalisator Licensing and Regulation (Hearings) Regulations (Paper 1914) ............................................................................................................740 No. 30, Amendments of Racing and Betting Regulations (Paper 1915) .........740 No. 31, Amendment of Territory Parks and Wildlife Conservation By-laws (Paper 1991).................................................................................................745 No. 32, Amendments of Financial Institutions Duty Regulations (Paper 1992) ......................................................................................................................745 No. 33, First Home Owner Grant Regulations (Paper 1993)...........................745 No. 34, Amendments of Mining Regulations (Paper 1994) ............................745 No. 35, Amendments of Petroleum Regulations (Paper 1995)........................745 No. 36, Amendment of Petroleum (Submerged Lands) Regulations (Paper 1996).................................................................................................745 No. 37, Amendment of Energy Pipelines Regulations (Paper 1997) ..............745 No. 38, Amendments of Local Court Rules (Paper 1998) ...............................745 No. 39, Amendments of Work Health Regulations (Paper 1999) ...................745 No. 40, Corporations Law Rules (Paper 2000)................................................745 No. 41, Amendments of Work Health Court Rules (Paper 2001) ...................745 No. 42, Amendment of Darwin City Council By-Laws (Paper 2080).............772 No. 43, Amendment of Alice Springs (Animal Control) By-Laws (Paper 2081) ......................................................................................................................772 No. 44, Amendment of Nhulunbuy (Animal Control) By-Laws (Paper 2082)772 115
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Regulations 2000 (cont) No. 45, Amendments of Firearms Regulations (Paper 2083) ..........................772 No. 46, Amendments of Housing Assistance Schemes Regulations (Paper 2084) ......................................................................................................................772 No. 47, Electricity Reform (Safety and Technical) Regulations (Paper 2085)772 No. 48, Amendments of Supreme Court Regulations (Paper 2086)................772 No. 49, Amendment of Legal Practitioners Regulations (Paper 2087) ...........772 No. 50, Amendments of Supreme Court Rules (Paper 2189)..........................820 No. 51, Lands and Mining Tribunal Rules (Paper 2190).................................820 No. 52, Amendments of supreme Court Rules (Paper 2191) ..........................820 No. 53, Amendments of Agents Licensing Regulations (Paper 2192) ............820 No. 54, Amendments of Motor Vehicles Regulations (Paper 2193) ...............820 No. 55, Land Title Regulations - Certificate as to Title (Paper 2294).............840 No. 56, Amendments of Registration Regulations (Paper 2295).....................840 No. 57, Amendment of Pay-roll Tax Regulations (Paper 2296)......................840 No. 58, Amendments of Firearms Regulations (Paper 2297) ..........................840 No. 59, Amendment of Motor Vehicles (Fees and Charges) Regulations (Paper 2298).................................................................................................840 No. 60, Amendment of Petroleum Products Subsidy Regulations (Paper 2299) ......................................................................................................................840 No. 61, AustralAsia Railway (Special Provisions) Regulations (Paper 2300) 840 No. 62, AustralAsia Railway Corporation (Investment) Regulations (Paper 2301).................................................................................................840 No. 63, Amendments of Lands and Mining Tribunal Rules (Paper 2302) ......840 Regulations 2001 No. 01, Territory Wildlife Regulations (Paper 2306) ......................................840 No. 02, Amendment of Supreme Court Rules (Paper 2432) ...........................878 No. 03, Amendments of Housing Assistance Schemes Regulations (Paper 2433) ......................................................................................................................878 No. 04, Amendments of Marine (Air-Cushioned Vehicles) Regulations (Paper 2434).................................................................................................878 No. 05, Amendment of Marine (Crew Accommodation) Regulations (Paper 2435).................................................................................................878 No. 06, Amendment of Marine (Examinations and Certificates ) Regulations (Paper 2436).................................................................................................878 No. 07, Amendments of Marine (Hire-and-Drive Vessel) Regulations (Paper 2437).................................................................................................878 No. 08, Amendment of Marine (Load Line) Regulations (Paper 2438)............878 No. 09, Amendment of Marine (Safety Manning) Regulations (Paper 2439)...878 No. 10, Amendments of Marine (Passenger) Regulations (Paper 2440)...........878 No. 11, Amendments of Marine (Pilotage) Regulations (Paper 2441)............878 No. 12, Amendments of Marine (Pleasure Craft) Regulations (Paper 2442) ..878 No. 13, Amendment of Marine (Collision) Regulations (Paper 2443)............878 No. 14, Amendments of Marine (Safety) Regulations (Paper 2444) ................878 No. 15, Marine (Seamen) Regulations Repeal Regulations (Paper 2445) ........878 No. 16, Amendment of Marine (Small Craft) Regulations (Paper 2446)..........878 116
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Regulations 2001 No. 17, Amendments of Marine (Survey) Regulations (Paper 2447) ...............878 No. 18, Amendments of Sheriff Regulations (Paper 2448) ..............................878 No. 19, Surveillance Devices Regulations (Paper 2449) ..................................878 No. 20, Amendments of AustralAsia Railway (Special Provisions) Regulations (Paper 2450).................................................................................................878 No. 21, Amendment of Gaming Machine Regulations (Paper 2451)..............878 No. 22, Petroleum (Prospect and Mining) Regulations (Paper 2452) .............878 No. 23, Amendment of Local Court Regulations (Paper 2456) ......................879 No. 24, Amendment of Work Health (Occupational Health and Safety) Regulations (Paper 2453).............................................................................879 No. 25, Petroleum (Occupational Health and Safety) Regulations (Paper 2454) ......................................................................................................................879 No. 26, Amendments of Local Court Rules (Paper 2463) ...............................886 No. 27, Amendments of Small Claims Rules (Paper 2464).............................886 No. 28, Amendment of Taxation (Administration) Regulations (Paper 2482)898 No. 29, Amendments of Electricity Reform (Administration) Regulations (Paper 2483).................................................................................................898 No. 30, Utilities Commission Regulations (Paper 2484).................................898 No. 31, Electronic Transactions (Northern Territory) Regulations (Paper 2485) ......................................................................................................................898 No. 32, Amendment of Traffic Regulations (Paper 2574)...............................962 No. 33, Amendments of Gaming Machine Regulations (Paper 2575) ............962 No. 34, Gaming Machine Rules (Paper 2576).................................................962 No. 35, Amendments of Corporations Law Rules (Paper 2577) .....................962 Remonstrance presented in 1962 by the Legislative Council to the Commonwealth Parliament (Paper 555) (Senator the Honlourable Margaret Reid, President of the Senate)........................................................................................................183 Remuneration Tribunal Report to the Legislative Assembly by Dr Lim, pursuant to section 9.1(e) of the Remuneration Tribunal Determination 1999 ­ oversea travel entitlement IBM, Police and Justice; IBM, Police Justice and Identification ................667 Remuneration Tribunal Determination No. 1 of 2001 - Ministers and Members of the Legislative Assembly (Paper 2316) (Mr Palmer)..............................843 Report to the Legislative Assembly by Dr Peter Toyne, pursuant to section 9.1(e) of the Remuneration Tribunal Determination ­ Greece and Cyprus, January 2001 (Paper 2400) ..........................................................................873 Report to the Legislative Assembly by Hon. Denis Burke, pursuant to Section 9.1(e) of the Remuneration Tribunal Determination 1999 ­ overseas travel entitlement (Paper 1844)..............................................................................692 Report to the Legislative Assembly by Hon. Terry McCarthy, pursuant to Section 9.1(e) of the Remuneration Tribunal Determination 1999 ­ overseas travel entitlement (Paper 1858)....................................................................692 117
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Remuneration Tribunal (cont) Report to the Legislative Assembly by Honourable M Reed, pursuant to section 9.1(e) of the Remuneration Tribunal Determination 1999 ­ overseas travel entitlement (Paper 1734)..............................................................................630 Report to the Legislative Assembly by Mr S Stirling MLA, pursuant to section 9.1(e) of the Remuneration Tribunal Determination - overseas travel entitlement (Paper 1604)..............................................................................588 Report to the Legislative Assembly by Mrs L Braham's, pursuant to paragraph 9.1(e) of the Remuneration Tribunal Determination 1999 ­ overseas travel entitlement (Paper 1800)..............................................................................653 Report to the Legislative Assembly by Ms Clare Martin, pursuant to section 9.1(e) of the Remuneration Tribunal Determination ­ Greece and Cyprus, January 2001 (Paper 2399) ..........................................................................873 Report to the Legislative Assembly by Ms Sue Carter, pursuant to section 9.1(e) of the Remuneration Tribunal Determination ­ United Kingdom, study of hospice facilities, Year 2000 (Paper 2403)..............................................873 Report to the Legislative Assembly pursuant to paragraph 9.1(e) of the Remuneration Tribunal - overseas travel January 2001by the member for Fannie Bay (Ms Martin) to Greece and Cyprus (Ms Martin) ..............855, 860 Report to the Legislative Assembly pursuant to section 9.1(e) of the Remuneration Tribunal ­ overseas travel 2nd to 24th July 1998 by the Member for Nightcliff, Mr Hatton (Paper 2094) .........................................772 Remuneration Tribunal Report Report, Northern Territory of Australia Remuneration Tribunal - Report and Recommendation No. 1 of 2001, Magistrates of the Northern Territory (Paper 2479).................................................................................................898 Remuneration Tribunal Report and Determination No. 1 of 1997 for Ministers and Members of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly (Paper 208) (Mr Stone)..........................................................................................................54 Remuneration Tribunal Report and Determination No. 1 of 1998, Ministers and Members of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly (Paper 875)..........368 Remuneration Tribunal Report and Determination No. 1 of 1999, Ministers and Members of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly (Paper 1657)........603 Remuneration Tribunal Report and Determination No. 1 of 2000, Ministers and Members of the Legislative Assembly (Paper 2235).......................................832 Remuneration Tribunal Report and Recommendation No. 1 of 1997, Magistrates of the Northern Territory (Paper 202)................................................................59 Remuneration Tribunal Report and Recommendation No. 1 of 1999, Magistrates of the Northern Territory (Paper 1388)............................................................514 Remuneration Tribunal Report and Recommendation No. 1 of 2000, Magistrates of the Northern Territory (Paper 1854)............................................................692 Repairs and Maintenance budget allocations for 1998/99 in public, government and other industry rental housing (Paper 483) (Mr Baldwin)..........................156 Report by Dr Green MB BS FACEM, dated 26 February 1999 (Paper 1532) (Mr Henderson)................................................................................................559 118
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Report of Inquiry into appropriate measures to facilitate Statehood, Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee (Paper 1086) (Mr Hatton) .........................461 Report of the Working Group into the Northern Territory Workers Compensation Scheme and National Competition Policy Review of parts V, VI and VII of the Work Health Act by Planning and Strategic Development Division, Department of Industries and Business, dated June 2001 (Paper 2473) (Mr Baldwin) ......888 Report of Tourism Infrastructure by Coopers and Lybrand dated 25 November 1997 (Paper 32) (Mr Reed) ................................................................................26 Report on North American Study Tour by Mr Steve Balch and associated materials- in compliance with the Remuneration Tribunal Determination, Ministers and Members of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly Overseas Travel of Members requirement (Mr Balch) (Paper 1128) ..............469 Report on the First Five Years of the Operation of the Prostitution Regulation Act (Paper 362) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................121 Report on Visit to Sri Lanka in conjunction with Northern Territory Rugby Union Tour, September 1999 by Steve Balch (Paper 1522) (Mr Balch)....................552 Report to Parks Australia North, on the Estuarine Fish inventory of Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia by Helen K Larson (Paper 1879) ..........................................................................................................................700 Report, Young People and Substance Use in the Northern Territory in 1998, by Dr Bridie O'Reilly, Research and Evaluation Coordinator, Living with Alcohol Program Territory Health Services, dated January 1999 (Mr Dunham) (Paper 1096).....................................................................................................464 Reports A Strategy for Conservation of the Biological Diversity of wetlands in the Northern Territory of Australia, Parks and Wildlife Commission, Northern Territory (Paper 2154) .................................................................................802 Research collaboration between the Menzies School of Health Research and the Eastern Provinces of Indonesia by Dr Nicholas Anstey, paper presented at the 2nd National Tuberculosis Conference, Sydney (Paper 94) (Mr Stone) ...........42 Research Report, A 1990 Insight Into Northern Territory Politics by Brian Sweeney and Associates, prepared for the Northern Territory Liberal Party, study No. 6697 (Final version for CLP), dated July 1990 (Paper 770) (Mrs Hickey)....................................................................................................268 Research Report, A 1990 Insight Into The Northern Territory, Study No. 6706, dated July 1990 by Brian Sweeney and Associates for the Northern Territory Government (Final version for Department of the Chief Minister) (Paper 774) (Mrs Hickey)....................................................................................................268 Residential Building Indemnity Scheme, Discussion Paper (Paper 2030) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................755 Residential Lease Agreement (Housing) ­ Common Provisions No. 371825 (Paper 651) (Mr Ah Kit) ..................................................................................233 Residential Tenancies Bill, Draft (Paper 1083) and Residential Tenancies (Consequential Amendments) Bill, Draft (Paper 1084) (Mr Baldwin) ...........461 119
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Resignations in each rural health clinic by category of staff and as a percentage of total staff in each category (Paper 1950) (Mr Dunham) ..................................728 Resignations in each Territory Hospital by category of staff and as a percentage of total staff in each category (Paper 1949) (MrDunham) ...................................728 Resignations, Terminations and Redundancies of Permanent Employees from the NTPS, July 1998 to 25 May 1999 (Paper 1362) (Mr Manzie) ........................502 Resolution of the Senate, 25th Anniversary fothe election of the first fully elected parliament of the Northern Territory (Paper 1605) ........................................581 Resolutions of the Planning Action Network (Paper 92) (Ms Martin)..................42 Return to be submitted on behalf of a candidate in the Commonwealth election held on 11 July 1987, Warren Edward Snowdon dated 3 November 1987 (Paper 794) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................274 Review of Allied Health Therapy Services and Associated Social Work Services in Central Australia, Interim Report, dated 23 February 1998 (Paper 312) (Mr Rioli) .........................................................................................................111 Review of Public Submissions, Holmes Jungle Nature Park Plan of Management, September 1997 (Paper 605) (Mr Baldwin).....................................................209 Rights of the Terminally Ill Act 1995 Report pursuant to Section 14 of the Rights of the Terminally Ill Act 1995 (Paper 78) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................39 Roadmap for Reconciliation (Paper 1864) (Mr Burke) .......................................694 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, Northern Territory Government Implementation Report 1996/97 (Paper 1108) ...........................465 Rules of Procedure relating to the selection of a person to hold the place in the Senate rendered vacant (Paper 420) (Mr Coulter) ...........................................144 Sadadeen Primary School, Annual Report 1997 (Paper 666) (Mr Adamson).....234 Sanderson High School, Annual Report 1997 (Paper 667) (Mr Adamson) ........234 Schedule 1, Explanatory Memorandum ­ The Lands Acquisition Amendment Regulations (Paper 631) (Mr Stone) ................................................................223 Schedule 2, Explanatory Memorandum ­ The Mining Amendment Regulations (Paper 632) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................223 Schedule 3, Explanatory Memorandum ­ The Petroleum Amendment Regulations (Paper 633) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................223 Schedule 4, Explanatory Memorandum ­ The Energy Pipelines Amendment Regulations (Paper 634) (Mr Stone) ................................................................223 Schedule of Elective Surgery Waiting List ­ Census by month of all five Territory Hospitals 1999-00 (Paper 1947) (Mr Dunham) ...............................................728 Schedule of Labour Hire/companies and Others Providing Independent Contractors, 2000 to 2001 (Paper 2573) (Mr Henderson) ...............................956 Schedule of teacher resignations by month and region (Paper 1957) (Mr Lugg)731 Schedule, Capital Works delayed by Agency (Paper 1320) (Mr Reed) ..............496 Schedule, estimated expenditure on travel and vehicles 1 July 1998 to 30 June 1999 (Paper 1316) (Mr Burke) ........................................................................495 Schedule, Hospital Emergency Department Waiting Times (Minutes) by Triage Category July 1999 to May 2000 (Paper 1946) (Mr Dunham)........................728 120
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Schedule, Variation between original 1998/99 budget and estimated actual expenditure for 1998/99, Northern Territory Tourist Commission (Paper 1323) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................496 Schools The New Tax System Make it your business (Paper 1740) (Mr Toyne)631 Select Committee on Territory Food Prices Report, Food Prices in the Northern Territory ­ Price, Quality and Choice Striking A Fair Balance, Volume 1 ­ Report (Paper 1497), Volume 2 ­ Written Submissions (Paper 1498) and Volume 3 ­ Transcripts of Proceedings (Paper 1499) (Dr Lim) ­ Note report ......................................543 Series of pamphlets Our Land Our Law, Northern Territory Aboriginal Land Rights Act, Northern Land Council (Paper 214) (Mr Stone) ............................61 Sessional Committee on the Environment Report, August 1998 (Paper 703) (Dr Lim).....................................................248 Report, November 1999 (Paper 1630) (Dr Lim) .............................................590 Sign entitled, Having a Party need a Clown Hire Labor's Syd Stirling (Paper 1707) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................620 Sixty programs in search of a health system ... two of them out of control, Extract from Australian Health and Aged Care Journal, December 1996 (Paper 88) (Mr Burke) .........................................................................................................40 Skinks of the Northern Territory by Paul Horner (Paper 1876) ..........................700 Slanderous and Defamatory Allegations made by Mr Stirling MLA against Cleanthous and Deo (Paper 1563) (Mr Stone).................................................571 Solicitor-General for the Northern Territory - Opinion in the Matter of the Criminal Code (Euthanasia) Amendment Bill 1997 (Paper 245) (Mr Bailey) ..73 Sorry Business Focus Corroboree 2000 Special Report, Weekend Australian, dated 27 May 2000 (Paper 1892) (Mr Ah Kit) ................................................703 Souvenir Program ­ A Commemorative Concert 17th and 18th February 2001 entitled Somewhere North of Somewhere (Paper 2401) (Mr Manzie)............872 Souvenir Program, Honda Masters Games , Alice Springs, 17 ­ 24 October 1998 (Paper 758) (Mr Adamson)..............................................................................264 Speech notes (Mr Ah Kit) (Paper 1119) ..............................................................468 Speech notes to 1999-2000 Budget response (Mr Ah Kit) (Paper 1116) ............468 Sponsoring of Awards by Department of Chief Minister (Paper 1311) (Mr Burke) ..........................................................................................................................495 Sponsorships Paid (Annual Report) for period 1 July 1999 to 30 June 2000 (Paper 1964) (Mr Adamson)............................................................................732 Sports Grants 1998/1999 and 1999/2000 to sporting groups, associations and individuals (Paper 1372) (Mr Adamson) .........................................................503 Standing Orders Committee Second Report, 8TH Assembly (Paper 568) (Mr Coulter) ..............................189 Standing Orders Committee, First Report, Matters relating to Disorder, dated November 1997 (Paper 153) (Mrs Braham) ......................................................54 State Final Demand ­ Quarterly Growth Trend Data ­ Real Terms, March Quarter 2000 report for period March 1998 to March 2000 (Paper 2036) (Ms Martin) ..........................................................................................................................758 121
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) STATEHOOD SPECIAL ­ Poster Vote NO to Statehood, Special Land Rights News Liftout, September 1998 (Paper 619) (Mr Reed)...................................219 Statement of protest to Parliament by 58 Prison Officers re appointment of nonpublic sector employees as Prison Officers (Paper 1827) (Mr Stirling)..........663 Statement to the Report on the Deaths under the Rights of the Terminally Ill Act (Paper 284) (Mr Stone) ......................................................................................95 Stone, Shane Leslie v The Law Society of the Northern Territory & Others (Supreme Court, Darwin, 29 July 1992, File no 337 of 1990), Northern Territory University Library Short Term Loan Collection (Paper 97) (Mr Stone) ............................................................................................................................43 Strategies to improve employment opportunities and outcomes for Aboriginal people (Paper 1986) (Mrs Braham) .................................................................732 Strategy for Waste Management and Pollution Control in the Northern Territory, A Progress Report, dated June 1998, Department of Lands, Planning and Environment (Paper 572) (Mr Palmer) ............................................................195 Strategy Twenty First Century, Strategic Intent, Territory Health Services 19992003 (Mr Dunham) (Paper 1040) ....................................................................450 Strategy, Aboriginal Economic Development Model (Paper 1977) (Mrs Braham) ..........................................................................................................................733 Summary of Approved Sponsorships, Ethnic Affairs Sponsorship Program 1999/2000 by organisation (Paper 2562) (Mr Adamson) ................................952 Summary of NTJCPTA Professional Development Projects for 1998 (Paper 670) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................................234 Summary Report on the Discovery of RNA Signals similar to White Spot Syndrome Virus in Imported Green Prawns by Northern Territory Department of Industry and Fisheries, dated February 2001 (Paper 2284) (Mr Palmer)....837 Superannuation liability comparison by State and Territory (as at 30 June 1998) (Paper 1321) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................496 Supreme Court Act, Determination of Salary, Allowances and Benefits of a Judge of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory, dated 27 June 1991 (Paper 1831) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................665 Supreme Court Act, Determination of Salary, Allowances and Benefits of a Judge of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory, dated 30 July 1992 (Paper 1832) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................665 Supreme Court Act, Determination of Salary, Allowances and Benefits of acting Judge, dated 31 July 1997 (Paper 1835) (Mr Burke).......................................666 Supreme Court Act, Determination of Salary, Allowances and Benefits of Chief Justice of Supreme Court of the Northern Territory, dated 26 February 1993 (Paper 1839) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................666 Supreme Court Act, Determination of Salary, Allowances and Benefits of Judge, dated 27 September 1996 (Paper 1833) (Mr Burke)........................................665 Supreme Court Act, Determination of Salary, Allowances and Benefits of Judge, dated 29 January 1999 (Paper 1834) (Mr Burke) ............................................666 122
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Surgical category average waiting times on waiting lists for all five Territory Hospitals 1999-00(Paper 1948) (Mr Dunham) ................................................728 Survey of Northern Territory Remote Community Stores 1998, Food and Nutrition Unit, Territory Health Services (Paper 964) (Mr Stirling)...............416 Survey Report - A Financial Planning Kit for Women, Occasional Paper No 2, Office of Women's Policy (Paper 398) (Mr Stone).........................................132 Syd's Column, Arafura Times, dated 15 December 1999 re Work Health and Mine Management Acts (Paper 1895) (Mr Manzie) .......................................705 Syd's Column, Arafura Times, dated 23 February 2000 re Work Health and Mine Management Acts (Paper 1896) (Mr Manzie) .................................................705 Table - Percentage Distribution of Responses to have alcohol free days in Alice Springs (Paper 2065) (Mrs Braham)................................................................765 Table 01 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ All Reported Mandatory Sentencing Offenders (Paper 338) (Mr Stone) ...................................................................115 Table 02 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Stealing Offences (Paper 339) (Mr Stone)........................................................................................................115 Table 03 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Criminal Damage Offences (Paper 340) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................115 Table 04 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Unlawful Entry with Intent Offences (Paper 341) (Mr Stone).....................................................................115 Table 05 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Unlawful Entry in Dwelling Offences (Paper 342) (Mr Stone).....................................................................115 Table 06 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Unlawful Entries in Building Offences (Paper 343) (Mr Stone).....................................................................115 Table 07 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Unlawful Use of Vehicle/Vessel Offences (Paper 344) (Mr Stone).....................................................................115 Table 08 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Total Reported Offenders (Includes Mandatory Sentencing Offences) (Paper 345) (Mr Stone) ..............................115 Table 09 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Robbery Offences (Paper 346) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................115 Table 10 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Receiving Stolen Property Offences (Paper 347) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................116 Table 11 ­ Mandatory Sentencing ­ Reported Assault with Intent to Steal Offences (Paper 348) (Mr Stone).....................................................................116 Table, Average Taxi Driver income ­ 1 Jan 99 to 8 April 99 (Mr Ah Kit) (Paper 1121).....................................................................................................468 Table, Certificates of Exemption issued from 1 July 1997 to 5 June 1998 (Paper 453) (Mr Coulter) .................................................................................148 Table, Changes to charges and fines 1999/2000, Department of Lands, Planning and Environment (Paper 1358) (Mr Baldwin) .................................................502 Table, Department of Transport and Works ­ Black Spot Program, Grants and Subsidies, NT Local Roads, NT Rural Arterial, public transport, Roads (Commonwealth Tender), Strategic Roads, Transport (Aviation), Transport (Marine), Transport (T&W), Transport Services (Paper 452) (Mr Coulter) ...148 123
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Table, Detail of allocations and expenditure on strategic roads 1998/99 through to 1999/2000 (Paper 1343) (Mr Coulter) .............................................................497 Table, Elective surgery - waiting times 2000/2001 for Royal Darwin Hospital and Alice Springs Hospital, by surgical category on a monthly basis (Paper 2550) (Mr Dunham) ...................................................................................................948 Table, Elective surgery waiting list for Royal Darwin Hospital and Alice Springs Hospital by surgical category (Paper 2551) (Mr Dunham) .............................948 Table, Emergency Departments waiting times for all Territory hospitals (Australasian Triage Scale Measurement) (Paper 2549) (Mr Dunham)..........948 Table, Funding for Native Title $17.020m (Paper 2372) (Mr Manzie)...............859 Table, Interstate Comparison of Weekly Incapacity Benefits and common Law Rights (Paper 2477) (Mr Baldwin) ..................................................................888 Table, Interstate Comparison, Average Premium Rates as a percentage of wages for financial years 1996/97 to 2000/01 by States and Territories of Australia. (Paper 2476) (Mr Baldwin)..............................................................................888 Table, Interstate Comparison, Other Benefits ­ Medical and Hospital Benefits, Permanent Impairment Benefit (maximum), Death Benefits (Paper 2478) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................888 Table, Katherine Region Floods ­ 1998 Expenditures to June 12 that were the subject of an Interim Claim for Reimbursement Under the NDRA (Paper 448) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................147 Table, Leanyer and Woodleigh Gardens Open Space and Parks (Paper 2341) (Mr Henderson)................................................................................................848 Table, list of Ratifications of International Labour Conventions, Termination of Employment Conventions, 1982 (No. 158), date of entry into force 23 November 1985 (Paper 2201) (Mr Burke).......................................................815 Table, Number of days lost in 1997/98 due to employees being absent due to stress leave (Paper 440) (Mr Reed)..................................................................148 Table, Number of days lost in 1997/98 due to employees being absent due to work place accidents or injuries (Paper 441) (Mr Reed) ..........................................148 Table, Patients Assistance travel interstate for 1999/2000 and 2000/2001, by specialty appointment (Paper 2552) (Mr Dunham) .........................................948 Table, present and proposed structure and culture of the Department of Education (Paper 810) (Mr Reed) .....................................................................................276 Table, Recruitment and Retention of Staff, Department of Education (Paper 474) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................................155 Table, Resignations of Permanent Employees from the NT Public Sector, 1 June 1997 to 31 May 1998 (Paper 442) (Mr Reed) .................................................148 Taxi Log Book (Mr Ah Kit) (Paper 1118)...........................................................468 Taxi Reform Plan 2001, Labor Northern Territory (Paper2579) Mr Ah Kit) .....957 Teacher resignations year 2000 and 2001 (Paper 2556) (Mr Lugg)....................951 Team Dripstone and Aquila World Solar Challenge, Sponsors and team memberships, supporters (Paper 1564) (Mr Stone) .........................................571 Telstra Small Business Survey (Paper 2259) (Dr Toyne)....................................830 Telstra Small Business Survey (Paper 2269) (Ms Martin) ..................................831 124
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) Tender Standard Contract Rules ­ Di Mella Homes security retention moneys (Paper 2500) (Ms Martin) ................................................................................905 Territorians with health insurance cover, September 2000 and March 2001 comparison with other States (Paper 2553) (Mr Dunham)..............................948 Territory Capital Works Projects 2000 ­ 2001, Schedule of (Paper 1985) (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................728 Territory Day Territory Wide, N T News Supplement, dated 30 June 1998 (Paper 489) (Mrs Hickey) ................................................................................161 Territory discoveries ­ Holidays you've only ever dreamed about, brochure valid to March 31 1999 (Paper 828) (Mr Stone) ......................................................282 Territory Discoveries Central Australia, valid 1/4/99 to 31/3/2000 (Paper 956) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................413 Territory Discoveries Top End, valid 1/4/99 to 31/3/2000 (Paper 957) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................413 Territory Educator, Education Review, Gammon or Not?, Volume 24, No. 6, Australian Education Union ­ NT Branch, October 1998 (Paper 697) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................244 Territory Hospitals, staff resignations for Alice Springs, Tennant Creek, Katherine, Gove and Royal Darwin (Paper 1379) (Mr Dunham)....................504 Territory Housing cost by program item (Paper 1971) (Mrs Braham)................733 Territory of Australia Consultancy Contract for Purposes of section 5 of the Public Service Northern Act with TERRITORY FOCUS CONSULTING, 14 April 1993 (Paper 773) (Mrs Hickey)..............................................................268 Territory Today, November 2000 ­ Railway Work to start this month (Paper 2332) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................847 Test Certificate - Lasercam - Nederlands Meetinstituut - 9 October 1996 (Paper 282) (Mr Coulter) ...................................................................................93 The 1998 Achievement In Automotive Safety Awards (Paper 785) (Mr Coulter) ..........................................................................................................................270 The Beagle ­ Records of the Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory, Vol 15 December 1999 (Paper 1878)..............................................700 THE BIG CON ­ How the Statehood process left out Aboriginal People, Special Land Rights News Liftout, September 1998 (Paper 618) (Mr Reed) ..............219 The Essence of Sydney 2000, Jurlique Blue Cypress Essential Oil Story (Mr Toyne) (Paper 1110) .................................................................................464 The Ghan News, Alice Springs, Tuesday August 6th 1929 (Paper 2204) (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................820 The Handmade Railway, catalogue Men Laying sleepers and railway line, by Northern Territory Archive Service NTRS 573, No. 58 (Paper 2203) (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................820 The Marine Flora and Fauna of Darwin Harbour, Northern Australia (Paper 1877) ..........................................................................................................................700 The Meeting of the Waters (Paper 1886).............................................................700 125
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) The need to Control Cane Toads by W. J. Freeland, Conservation Commission of the Northern Territory, Search Vol No. 7-8, August ­ September 1985 (Paper 1440) (Mr Henderson)..........................................................................528 The New Western Arrarnta Bible, launching statement by Dr Paul Albrecht (Paper 93) (Dr Lim) ...........................................................................................42 The Northern Territory Gaming Machine Industry Review ­ Terms of Reference (Paper 609) (Mr Adamson)..............................................................................217 The Northern Territory's Parliament House, Submission for Rider Hunt Award (Paper 685) (Mrs Braham) ...............................................................................240 The Population Growth Prospects of the Darwin Region, Report by Professor Richard Blandy and Professor Dean Forbes, AustralAsia Economics Study for Flinders University and the University of the Northern Territory (Paper 533) (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................172 The Report of the Statehood Convention Volume 1 (Paper 406) and Volume 2 (Paper 407) (Madam Speaker) .........................................................................136 The Scholarships Guide, A Resource Guide for Young Territorians (Paper 1527) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................553 Three photographs depicting Docker River Airstrip in flooded conditions (Mr Elferink) (Paper 1113) ..............................................................................465 Title search, Lot 2081 Town of Tennant Creek (Paper 1354) (Mr Ah Kit) ........501 Title search, Lot 2082 Town of Tennant Creek (Paper 1355) (Mr Ah Kit) ........501 Total HRD Expenditure including direct, indirect and operational costs (Paper 1364) (Mr Manzie) ...............................................................................502 Total Number of Business Loans (Paper 464) (Mr Manzie) ...............................152 Total Recall, Territory Health Services - Top End Recall System for Chronic Diseases, Territory Health Services (Paper 1449) (Mr Dunham)....................532 Tourism Brochures, Barramundi post cards (Paper 2387) (Mr Reed).................863 Tourism Brochures, valid 1 April 2001 to 31 March 2002 (Paper 2386) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................863 Tourism News from the Minister for Tourism, 1st Edition July 99 (Paper 1485) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................538 Tourism News from the Minister for Tourism, 2nd Edition Aug 99 (Paper 1486) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................538 Toyne, Peter ­ Brief Biography, Northern Territory Labor Party (Paper 358) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................................119 Toyne, Peter, MLA for Stuart, Biography page from Internet Home Page, dated 23 April 1998 (Paper 359) (Mr Adamson) ......................................................119 Toyne, Peter, MLA for Stuart, Biography page from the Internet Home Page, dated 27 August 1997 (Paper 360) (Mr Adamson)..........................................119 Tracy Aged Care, a Focus towards Best Practice, Medications Audit and goals for Continuous Quality Improvement, Report, 19 to 23 April 2000 (Paper 2519) (Mr Henderson)................................................................................................937 Train the Trainer Programs for Beef Cattle Production by Chris Regan and David Ffoulkes, Northern Territory Government Offshore Training Project (Paper 1391) (Mr Palmer)................................................................................507 126
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) The need to Control Cane Toads by W. J. Freeland, Conservation Commission of the Northern Territory, Search Vol No. 7-8, August ­ September 1985 (Paper 1440) (Mr Henderson)..........................................................................528 Train the Trainer, Report of Delivery of Meat Handling Program by C S Regan, dated February 1999 (Paper 1390) (Mr Palmer)..............................................507 Training of Council Members and Staff 1998/99 and 1999/2000 (Paper 1381) (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................507 Transcript ­ 8DDD Morning Program, Thursday 4 May 2000, Fred McCue/Ross Morton re ­ Toyota Fleet for APEC Conference (Paper 1791) (Mr Ah Kit) ..648 Transcript ­ Interview Denis Burke a Current Affair Recorded 18 February 2000 (Paper 1739) (Ms Martin) ................................................................................631 Transcript of interview between Robbie Fletcher (coordinator of the Shack), 13 October 1999, 8.30 AM 8DDD FM Morning Program (Paper 1512) (Mr Lugg) ..........................................................................................................................550 Transcript of Proceedings of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory at Darwin on Thursday 19 November 1998 re Mr Peter Julian Hansen (Plaintiff) and Northern Land Council (Defendant), pages 118 to 188 (Paper 793) (Mr Stone)........................................................................................................274 Transcript of Proceedings of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory at Darwin on Tuesday 17 November 1998 re Mr Peter Julian Hansen (Plaintiff) and Northern Land Council (Defendant), pages 1 to 51 (Paper 806) (Mr Stone) ..........................................................................................................................274 Transcript of Proceedings of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory at Darwin on Wednesday 18 November 1998 re Mr Peter Julian Hansen (Plaintiff) and Northern Land Council (Defendant), pages 52 to 117 (Paper 807) (Mr Stone)........................................................................................................274 Transcript of radio interview of Mr Bailey, ABC (Station 8DDD) 7 55 h on Wednesday 2 September 1998 (Paper 653) (Mr Bailey) ....................233 Transcript, ABC Radio News Darwin, 26 March 99 (Mr Ah Kit) (Paper 1033) 446 Transcript, Focus Group Discussion led by Liberal Party Pollster Mark Textor 21 April 1993 at Darwin Travelodge (Mr Stirling) (Paper 1048).........................454 Transfer of Allocation Between Financial Years, pursuant to Section 22(2), dated 30 June 2000 (Paper 2052) ..............................................................................766 Transforming the Track into the Superhighway, the Northern Territory Government's Directions for Information Technology and Telecommunications (Paper 74) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................34 Transport and Works Agency 60, Explanation of Budget variations by Activity/Program 1998/99, original to estimated actual 1998/99 to 1999/2000 (Paper 1335) (Mr Coulter) ...............................................................................497 Transport and Works Online, Corporate Sponsorship Policy (Paper 1336) (Mr Coulter) .....................................................................................................497 Transport and Works, Schedule of expenses for travel allowances, vehicle leasing, aircraft charters and commercial operators (Paper 1337) (Mr Coulter) ..........497 Treasurer's Annual Financial Report 1999/2000 (Paper 2172) (Mr Reed) .........804 127
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) The need to Control Cane Toads by W. J. Freeland, Conservation Commission of the Northern Territory, Search Vol No. 7-8, August ­ September 1985 (Paper 1440) (Mr Henderson)..........................................................................528 Treasurer's Annual Financial Report and Statement 1997/98 (Paper 702) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................248 Treasurer's Annual Financial Report, 1999/2000, Extracts (Paper 2197) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................813 Treasury ­ Question No. 7 ­ 2000 ­ 2001 Tax Reform Savings Deducted (Paper 1933) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................723 Treaty ­ List of multilateral treaty action under negotiation by the Australian Government ­ as at December 2000 (Paper 2375) Mr Elferink).....................860 U3A Online ­ Press Clipping 1st April 2000 (Paper 1848) (Mr Burke) .............670 U3A, Online - page 5, 16th March meeting with Clare Martin (Paper 1849) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................670 unclassified video (Mr Reed).................................................................................56 Unlawful entry with intent (combined buildings and dwellings) total count using ABS counting rules (Paper 1935) (Mr Reed) ..................................................724 Unleaded petrol prices at the pump ­ 15 June 2000 (obtained by phone) (Paper 1919) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................721 Variation between Budget and Actual for 1998/99, Department of Lands, Planning and Environment (Paper 1357) (Mr Baldwin)..................................502 Variation of Allocation to Activities, pursuant to Section 23(1), dated 30 June 2000 (Paper 2058)............................................................................................766 Variation of Allocation to Activities, pursuant to Section 23(1), dated 30 June 2000 (Paper 2059)............................................................................................766 Helicopter Services, Department of the Chief Minister, by Minister..................495 Video Our Land Our Law (Paper 215) (Mr Stone)................................................61 Video tape of Focus Group Discussion led by Liberal Party Pollster Mark Textor 21 April 1993 at Darwin Travelodge (Mr Stirling) (Paper 1049)....................454 Voluntary redundancies PAWA, Table (Paper 1353) (Mr Coulter) ....................498 Wadeye Creek crossing, Photograph depicting flooding. (Paper 2461) (Dr Toyne) ..........................................................................................................................878 Wait list applicants receiving rent relief subsidy at 1 June 1998.(Paper 477) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................156 Wait times for NT General Public Housing applications all centres as at 31 May 1998 (Paper 478) (Mr Baldwin).......................................................................156 Water for Life, Centralian Advocate, Friday 15 October 1999 (Paper 1558) (Dr Lim) ...........................................................................................................566 Weeds Management Bill 1997, Draft (Paper 219) (Mr Palmer)............................62 Weeds Management Bill 1997, Draft Bill (Paper 33)............................................29 Wet Season Communication Program by Power and Water Authority ­ Overflow Relief Gullies (Paper 1696) (Mr Mitchell) ......................................................611 WHO SAYS, Special Land Rights News Liftout, September 1998 (Paper 617) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................218 128
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PAPERS TABLED (cont) WHY? Statehood, Special Land Rights News Liftout, September 1998 (Paper 616) (Mr Reed) .....................................................................................218 The need to Control Cane Toads by W. J. Freeland, Conservation Commission of the Northern Territory, Search Vol No. 7-8, August ­ September 1985 (Paper 1440) (Mr Henderson)..........................................................................528 Women in the Budget 1998-99 (Paper 377) (Mr Reed) ......................................126 Women in the Budget 1999-2000 (Mr Reed) (Paper 1075) ...............................460 Women in the Budget 2000-2001 (Paper 1814) (Mr Reed) ................................661 Womens Fellowship 1995 ­ Office of Womens' Affairs assessment report and evaluation of programs in the United States re programs towards Domestic/Family Violence (Paper 1735) (Mr Stirling) ...................................629 X rated video - 18+ Restricted to adults 18 years and over (Mr Reed) .................56 Yellow Pages Business Index ­ Small and Medium Enterprises (Paper 2260) (Dr Toyne) .......................................................................................................830 Yellow Pages Small Business Index, February 1999, February 1999 (Paper 2258) (Dr Toyne) .......................................................................................................830 Youth Business Award Finalists, Schedule of 1999 (Paper 1643) (Mr Adamson) ..........................................................................................................................597 Youth Charter ­ Forum for the Future ­ National Youth Reconciliation Convention (Paper 608) (Mr Rioli) .................................................................211 Youth Consultation Evaluation Palmerston Friday Night Markets, 13th August 1999 (Paper 1523) (Mr Henderson).................................................................553 Youth Grants 1999/2000 Youth Festival Drug and Alcohol Free Entertainment Youth Development/Leadership (Paper 1929) (Mr Burke) .............................722 Youth Grants 2000/01 expenditure to date (31 May 2001) - Drug and Alcohol Free Entertainment (Paper 2533) (Mr Burke)..................................................943 Youth Grants 2000/01 expenditure to date (31 May 2001) ­ National Youth Week (Paper 2531) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................943 Youth Grants 2000/01 expenditure to date (31 May 2001) - Youth Development /Leadership (Paper 2532) (Mr Burke) .............................................................943 Youth Labour Force Statistics (15-19 yr olds) in the NT - Labour Economics Office, DEETYA, 28 January 1998 (Paper 291) (Mr Adamson) ......................98 Youth Show, various participating schools (Paper 686) (Mrs Braham)..............240 Yuendumu Water Supply Test Data, fax dated 22 October 1999, Power and Water Supply and letter, Mr A Ogden to Councilor Eddie Robertson Yuendumu Council, dated 19 April 2000 (Paper 2312) (Dr Toyne)..................................841 Zero Tolerance Policing Assessment, Report, Andrew Bruyn, Chairman of Directors, Crimestoppers NT Ltd (Paper 562) (Mr Stone) ..............................186 Zero Tolerance Policing, Preliminary Report, Austin Asche, NT Law Reform Commissioner (Paper 563) (Mr Stone)............................................................186 129
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PERSONAL EXPLANATIONS Ah Kit, Mr , re his comments made during adjournment debate of the Assembly on Wednesday 17 May 2000............................................................................669 Bailey, Mr, re Lotteries Fund disbursements by the Department of Sport and Recreation ........................................................................................................233 Hatton, Mr..............................................................................................................46 Manzie, Mr, re not standing at next General Election .........................................964 Lugg, Mr , re his comments made during adjournment debate of the Assembly on Wednesday 10 May 2000.................................................................................669 Stirling, Mr, remarks attributed to him by the Chief Minister earlier this day during question time by Chief Minister (Mr Burke)........................................620 Toyne, Mr ............................................................................................................120 PETITIONS 2 km zone law which prohibits the consumption of alcohol within two kilometres of a licensed outlet and to employ police on foot patrols in Katherine to prevent anti-social behaviour (1062 petitioners) (Paper 495)(Mr Reed)......................160 Aboriginal and Islander Medical Support Services Employees grievances against the AMISS Manager (Paper 1681) (155 petitioners) (Ms Martin) ..................608 Aboriginal Interpreter Service, funding (Mr Burke) (1192 petitioners) (Paper 1453).....................................................................................................535 Abortion laws, repeal out of the NT Criminal Code (823 petitioners) (Paper 423) (Ms Martin)......................................................................................................145 Abortions in Northern Territory Public Hospitals in the last 10 years, doubling of (Paper 2581) (Mr Mills) (40 petitioners) .........................................................963 Accident and emergency facilities to improve access to general medical services on a 24 hour basis in the Palmerston and rural area (3467 petitioners) (Mr Burke) (Paper 16)...............................................................................................11 Adequately resourced publicly funded and operated hospitals and essential services (No. 14) (124 petitioners) (Ms Martin) (Paper 1010) ........................442 Adequately resourced, publicly funded and operated hospitals and essential services (Ms Martin) (2114 petitioners) (Paper 969) ......................................419 Airconditioned multi-purpose area for Nhulunbuy High School, No. 55 (675 petitioners) (Paper 2183) (Mr Stirling)....................................................811 Airline service to Groote Eylandt, No. 53 (135 petitioners) (Paper 2184) (Mr Ah Kit) ......................................................................................................812 Alice Springs Education Centre (164 petitioners) (Paper 2090) (Dr Toyne) ......767 Alice Springs Education Centre, library and IT resources and the continuation of Lookshow programs (Paper 2027) (51 petitioners) (Mr Toyne)) ....................755 Alice Springs Hospital, 24 hour security for patients, public and staff (Dr Lim) (401 petitioners) (Paper 310) ...........................................................................110 Alice Springs Prison (old), decision to bulldoze and Heritage Listing be respected and any development of this area be a matter of open public process (2292 petitioners) (Mr Toyne) (Paper 15) .........................................................11 130
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PETITIONS (cont) Alice Springs Prison (Old)and its Heritage Listing respected and any development of this area be a matter of open public process (322 petitioners) (Mr Toyne) (Paper 252).........................................................................................................77 Anti-social behavior menace in the Stuart Park area (Paper 2026) (321 petitioners) (Ms Martin)......................................................................................................755 Bilingual education programs in Northern Territory Schools (601 petitioners) (Mr Toyne) (Paper 1432) .................................................................................527 Bilingual programs in Northern Territory schools (Mr Toyne) (3023 petitioners) (Paper 979).......................................................................................................431 Bilingual programs in Northern Territory Schools (No. 17) from the Territory, interstate and overseas petitioners (Mr Adamson) (474 petitioners) (Paper 1039).....................................................................................................449 Bilingual programs in Northern Territory schools (Paper 1680) (125 petitioners) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................607 Bilingual programs in Northern Territory Schools, be maintained (Paper 1306) (Mr Burke) (13 petitioners)..............................................................................494 Bilingual programs in Northern Territory schools, maintenance of (No. 18) (Mr Balch) (351 petitioners) (Paper 1046) ......................................................454 Bilingual programs, be maintained in Northern Territory schools (No. 15) (73 petitioners) (Mr Adamson) (Paper 1011) ..................................................442 Bilingual programs, be maintained in Northern Territory schools (No. 16) (2443 petitioners) (Mr Toyne) (Paper 1012) ...................................................442 Bilingual programs, in Northern Territory Schools (1639 petitioners) (Paper 1130) (Mr Toyne).......................................................................................................471 Birth centre at Royal Darwin Hospital (Paper 2588) (Dr Toyne) (561 petitioners) ..........................................................................................................................971 Cane toad spread into the Territory, No. 58 (Paper 2207) (Dr Toyne) (3321 petitioners) .............................................................................................821 Caretaker [on-site] for the Wirrina Flats complex, funding (Paper 1801) (192 petitioners) (Ms Martin) ..........................................................................655 Commissioner for Public Employment appeal in respect of the Northern Territory Public Service (General Conditions of Service) Award 2000 (6 weeks leave provision) be withdrawn, not conforming to Standing Orders (Paper 2150) (Mr Stirling) (755 petitioners).................................................................................799 Commissioner for Public Employment to support a variation of the Northern Territory Public Service Award to allow for the provision of 6 weeks recreation leave, not conforming with Standing Orders (Paper 2149) (Mr Stirling) (2170 petitioners) .......................................................................................................799 Community Librarian for the Joint Public and High School Library, the Nhulunbuy Community Library, Maggie Travers, be re-instated immediately (338 petitioners) (Paper 238) (Mr Stirling)........................................................69 Constitution be decided by the people in a referendum and not the Parliament (1854 petitioners) (Paper 578) (Mr Hatton).....................................................208 131
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PETITIONS (cont) Constitution be decided by the people in a referendum and not the Parliament (328 petitioners) (Paper 579) (Mr Hatton).......................................................208 Deckchair Cinema, relocation, No. 54, not conforming with Standing Orders (1136 petitioners) (Paper 2238) (Mr Adamson) ..............................................827 Drink driving offences, laws and penalties, petition No. 64 (Paper 2350) (Mr Burke) (98 petitioners).....................................................................................852 Driver High School, Year 9 students and their teacher, Ms Ruth Sheridan ..........31 Elizabeth River Estuary, the New Township of Weddell and Darwin Harbour, No. 62 (Paper 2323) (Ms Martin) (3836 petitioners) .............................................847 Elizabeth River Estuary, the Township of Weddell and Darwin Harbour, No. 63 (Paper 2324) (3802 petitioners) (Mr Burke)....................................................847 Environmental assessment of the Rapid Creek Catchment (Mr Balch) (478 petitioners) (Paper 753) ...........................................................................263 Family Breakdown Services, by leave, not conforming with Standing Orders (47 petitioners) (Paper 2589) (Mr Mills) ...............................................................971 Fog Bay Road, all weather standard to enable safe travelling conditions for residents and tourists (527 petitioners) (Paper 494) (Mr McCarthy) ..............160 Gay and Lesbian Fun Festival "Alice is Wonderland" in Alice Springs on 10 to 17 March 2001 - protesting the conduct of (Paper 2361) (Mrs Braham) (762 petitioners) ...............................................................................................858 Genetically engineered organisms proposed 5 year minimum prohibition be implemented on the release, import of and patents on (Paper 1682) (256 petitioners) (Mr Dunham)........................................................................608 Hospice establishment and ongoing funding, petition No. 61. (4911 petitioners) (Paper 2360) (Mrs Hickey) (Ms Carter) ..........................................................858 Hospice, establishment and ongoing services, No. 69 (Paper 2384) (Ms Carter) (90 petitioners) .................................................................................................863 Howard Springs Hunting Reserve, no exploration or other mining activities be permitted (1260 petitioners) (Mr Reed) (Paper 1087) .....................................459 Howard Springs, rezoning of Lots 3426,3418 and 4907 by Host Pty Ltd (162 petitioners) (Paper 422) (Mr Lugg) .........................................................145 Institute for Aboriginal Development, redevelopment project (514 etitioners) (Paper 43) (Mr Toyne) .....................................................................................145 Jabiluka Uranium Mine (Mr Manzie) (23 petitioners) (Paper 220).......................63 Jingaloo community living area and subsequent transfer of title to the traditional owners (Paper 1683) (91 petitioners) (Mrs Hickey)........................................608 John Stokes Square, caretaker, employment by the Department of Territory Housing (Paper 1823) (Mr Hatton) (45 petitioners) ........................................659 Kurringal Flats Complex on Dick Ward Drive (43 petitioners) (Paper 2048) (Ms Martin)......................................................................................................761 Kurringal Flats Complex, Dick Ward Drive, retention as public property (Paper 2497) (Ms Martin) (47 petitioners) ......................................................905 132
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PETITIONS (cont) Leanyer Skatepark, Nos. 66, 67 and 68 (109, 175 and 160 petitioners respectively) (Paper 2382) (Mr Henderson)..........................................................................863 Loss of regular direct air service from Groote Eylandt to the east coast via Cairns (393 petitioners) (Mr Ah Kit) (Paper 1425).....................................................524 Lot 4131 Town of Darwin, green open space for local residents and children attending the Parap Child Care Centre (Ms Martin) (172 petitioners) (Paper 879).......................................................................................................267 Lots 6833 and 6834 Town of Sanderson, prevent residential development on (200 petitioners) (Mr Bailey) (Paper 1090) .....................................................463 Mandatory sentencing laws, inclusion of rape, sexual assault, grievous bodily harm, violent assaults of any kind (No. 13) (35 petitioners) (Mr Burke) (Paper 1009).....................................................................................................442 Mandatory Sentencing legislation, No. 56, from (39 petitioners) (Paper 2206) (Ms Martin)......................................................................................................821 Mandatory Sentencing legislation, No. 57, from (5572 petitioners) (Paper 2216) (Ms Martin)......................................................................................................821 Mandatory sentencing legislation, repeal (442 petitioners) (Paper 1918) (Ms Martin)......................................................................................................721 Mandatory sentencing legislation, repeal (petition No. 21) (154 petitioners) (Mr Burke) (Paper 1115).........................................................................................467 Mandatory Sentencing of Juvenile Offenders Bill 1999 , repeal immediately (102 petitioners) (Paper 1917) (Ms Martin) ....................................................721 Mobile telephone service for Groote Eylandt (Mr Ah Kit) (116 petitioners) (Paper 412).......................................................................................................135 Morphine usage in the Northern Territory (Paper 1738) (Mr Henderson) (291 petitioners) ...............................................................................................631 Mount Wells Road to Mount Harris Road, declare as a public road by common usage (147 petitioners) (Mr Balch) (Paper 296) ..............................................105 Nightcliff Amateur Swimming Club, operations at the Nightcliff Aquatic Centre (Hatton) (514 petitioners) (Paper 270)...............................................................91 No. 30 - Bilingual programs in Northern Territory schools (Mr Toyne) (47 petitioners) (Paper 1488) ...........................................................................541 No. 31 - Bilingual programs in Northern Territory schools, maintenance of (27 petitioners) (Paper 1503) (Mr Adamson) ..................................................545 No. 32 - Planning Act, anomalies (Paper 1510) (4076 petitioners) (Mrs Hickey) ..........................................................................................................................549 No. 33 - Bilingual programs in Northern Territory schools, maintenance of (72 petitioners) (Paper 1509) (Mr Toyne) .......................................................549 No. 34 - Planning Act, anomalies (Ms Martin) (360 petitioners) (Paper 1531) ..559 Nurses negotiations for a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement, Commissioner's attitude to (Paper 2582) (Mr Henderson) (380 petitioners) .............................963 Opposing rezoning of Lots 1974 and 1975, Town of Darwin from R3 residential to B3 Commercial, petition No. 35 (Paper 1720) (278 petitioners) (Ms Martin) ..........................................................................................................................623 133
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PETITIONS (cont) Paintball, legalise (Paper 1856) (Mr Mills) (970 petitioners)..............................669 Palmerston Fire Station , "Home Station" policy rendering the emergency tender unable to respond (presented by leave) (Paper 2498) (Mr Stirling) (855 petitioners) ...............................................................................................905 Palmerston Fire Station, Home Station policy rendering the emergency rescue tender unable to respond to incidents occurring in the Palmerston and rural communities, by leave, (2630 petitioners) (Paper 2515) (Mr Stirling) ...........937 Palmerston R. S. L, sufficient financial and resource support (Paper 2587) (Ms Martin) (291 petitioners)..................................................................................971 Planning Act to prevent building on the Green Darwin Escarpment (1125 petitioners) (Paper 625) (Ms Martin) ....................................................223 Plebiscite of residents of the Fog Bay/Dundee Beach/Bynoe Harbour areas to determine their wishes to have a Local Government area declared (Mr Baldwin) (11 petitioners) (Paper 894) .............................................................................401 Redbank Gorge, draining of (505 petitioners) (Mr Elferink) (Paper 17)...............11 Resourcing of publicly funded and operated hospitals and essential services, not conforming with Standing Orders (566 petitioners) (Paper 978) (Ms Martin)431 Responses (No. 2) (Paper 1013) ........................................................................................442 No 7 (Paper 1296)............................................................................................485 No. 19 (Paper 1489).........................................................................................541 No. 22 (Paper 1502).........................................................................................545 No. 29 re permanent Aboriginal Interpreter Service in Darwin (Paper 1706) 619 No. 35 ­ re employees of Aboriginal and Islander Medical Support Services (Paper 1769).................................................................................................646 No. 37 ­ re five year-freeze on production of genetically engineered organisms (Paper 1770).................................................................................................646 No. 38 ­ re community living area at Jingaloo, transfer of title to Traditional Owners (Paper 1771) ...................................................................................646 No. 39 ­ re rezoning of Lots 1974 and 1975 Town of Darwin from R3 to B3 (Paper 1772).................................................................................................646 No. 40 ­ Distribution of morphine and Temazepam (Paper 2068)..................767 No. 41 re establishment of a school to reduce children's travel time from Three Bore, Camel Camp and Homestead (Paper 1865) .......................................694 No. 42 ­ Wirrina security patrols (Paper 2069)...............................................767 No. 43 ­ John Stokes Square Complex (Paper 2070)......................................767 No. 45 and 46 ­ re mandatory sentencing legislation, repeal (Paper 1989) ....743 No. 47 ­ Alice Springs Education Centre (Paper 2071). .................................767 No. 48 ­ Anti­social behaviour, Stuart Park Shopping Complex (Paper 2072). ......................................................................................................................767 No. 49 ­ Kurringal flats complex, Dick Ward Drive, proposed disposal of land title (Paper 2073). ........................................................................................767 No. 51, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57 and 58 (Papers 2273 to 2280) ................................836 No. 54 - re New Permanent Site for the Deckchair Cinema (Paper 2325) ......847 No. 61, 69 and 74 and advised Members that they would be incorporated in the Hansard record for the day (Paper 2569)....................................................955 134
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PETITIONS (cont) Responses (cont) No. 62 and 63 - re Elizabeth River township of Weddell (Mr Burke) ............847 No. 64 ­ re Laws pertaining to drink driving offences (Paper 2408) ..............876 No. 65 ­ re Gay and Lesbian Fun Festival.......................................................876 No. 66, 67 and 68 ­ re Leanyer Skatepark (Paper 2410 to 2412)....................876 No. 70 ­ Support of homeless men in Alice Springs (Paper 2489) .................899 Nos. 12, 20 and 21 (Papers 1307, 1308 and 1309 respectively)......................494 Nos. 32 and 34 (Paper 1611)............................................................................582 Nos. 6 and 10 (Papers 1132 and 1133 respectively)........................................471 Riverview Ampol Roadhouse/Caravan Park Liquor Licence, proposed revocation of, No. 60 (Paper 2283) (Mr Reed) (96 petitioners) ........................................836 Rollerblading, rollerskating and skateboarding facility in the northern suburbs of Darwin (Mr Bailey) (352 petitioners) (Paper 98) ..............................................45 School based nurses, attached to Department of Education (Mr Toyne) (5451 petitioners) (Paper 754) .........................................................................263 Sentence review for assault on D Wauchope (85 petitioners) (Mr Burke) (Paper 1424).....................................................................................................524 Takeaway alcohol hours, Katherine residents not in agreement with any proposal to cut, No. 59 (Paper 2282) (Mr Reed) (1121 petitioners) ..............................836 Takeaway alcohol trading hours in Katherine, implement a reduction in (753 petitioners) (Mr Reed) (Paper 1131) .......................................................471 Taxi industry, not conforming with Standing Orders (111 petitioners) (Paper 421) (Mr Coulter) .....................................................................................................145 Territory Health Services Agreement to financially support the Salvation Army Hostel in Alice Springs for homeless men (Paper 2499) (Mrs Braham) (71 petitioners) .................................................................................................905 Territory Health Services agreement to support the Salvation Army Hostel accommodation for homeless men in Alice Springs (Paper 2407) (Mrs Braham) (2420 petitioners) .............................................................................................876 Territory Health Services Agreement with Salvation Army Hostel accommodation in Alice Springs for homeless men (Paper 2471) (Dr Lim) (48 petitioners) ...885 Transport of school children 80 kms from 3 Bore, Camel Camp and Homestead to attend school, by leave, (Paper 1793) (21 petitioners) (Mr Toyne).................651 Unfair imprisonment of people under the age of 18 (770 petitioners) (Paper 947) (Mr Toyne).......................................................................................................413 Unfair imprisonment of people under the age of 18, repeal legislation (No. 12) (956 petitioners) (Mr Burke) (Paper 1008)......................................................442 Willowra Community Council, financial problems (Dr Toyne) (98 petitioners) (Paper 2516).....................................................................................................937 Witch burning celebration, Casuarina Beach, Darwin by the Scandinavian Society of the Northern Territory (Mrs Braham) (Paper 1305) (121 petitioners) ........493 Women against kava Yirrkala region (Mr Ah Kit) (130 petitioners) (Paper 372) ..........................................................................................................................125 Woodroffe Primary School, inadequate provision of classrooms and facilities (Paper 2568) (Dr Toyne) (335 petitioners) ......................................................955 135
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII PRESENTATION OF SPEAKER TO ADMINISTRATOR Honourable T R McCarthy ..................................................................................396 Mrs L Braham ..........................................................................................................5 PRESENTATION OF SPEAKER TO ADMINISTRATOR ­ REPORT Mr McCarthy ...........................................................................................................396 PRIVILEGE Document (graph) Tabled by Opposition Leader, pursuant to Standing Order 83 ­ Motion to refer matter to Committee of Privileges ­ Statement by Speaker...830 Document (graph) Tabled by Opposition Leader, pursuant to Standing Order 83 ­ Motion to refer matter to Committee of Privileges (Paper 2268) (Mr Burke) 831 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 for distribution 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 RESIGNATIONS OF MEMBERS Member for Blain, Mr Barry Francis Coulter and Member for Wanguri, Mr John Derek Bailey on 18 June 1999 (Papers 1418 and 1419) (Mr Speaker) ...........516 Stone, Honourable Shane, QC, resigned 21 February 2000, Member for Port Darwin (Paper 1684)........................................................................................607 RETURN TO ORDER Documents to be Tabled, Request pursuant to Standing Order 256 (Mr Reed) ..829 Documents to be Tabled, Request pursuant to Standing Order 256 (Mr Reed) Graph, Telstra Small Business Index Attitude to Territory Government, Source, Telstra Small Business Index, November 2000 (Paper 2256) - Graph, Telstra Small Business Index, Business Confidence, November 2000 (Paper 2257) Yellow Pages Small Business Index, February 1999, February 1999 (Paper 2258) - Telstra Small Business Survey (Paper 2259) - Yellow Pages Business Index ­ Small and Medium Enterprises (Paper 2260)......................830 136
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII RETURNS TO WRITS By-election certified that Terrence Kennedy Mills and Paul Raymond Henderson had been duly elected as Members of the Legislative Assembly for the Divisions of Blain and Wanguri on 31 July 1999, respectively (Papers 1398 and 1399) (Mr McCarthy).............................................................................................516 General Election, 30 August 1997 (Paper 4) ...........................................................4 RULINGS OF SPEAKER Dissent from rulings, disorderly words, Standing Order 64 (Mr McCarthy) ......400 Offensive words used against a group, as distinct from an individual Member, were not unparliamentary (Madam Speaker)...................................................267 Unparliamentary language, offensive words used against a group (see statement issued 26 Nov 98) ............................................................................................289 SEAT ON CHAMBER FLOOR Fisher, Mr Joe, former Member of the 7th Legislative Council for the Northern Territory (Madam Speaker) .............................................................................183 Giese, Mr Harry, former Member of the 7th Legislative Council for the Northern Territory (Madam Speaker) .............................................................................183 Kilgariff, Mr Bern, former Member of the 7th Legislative Council for the Northern Territory (Madam Speaker)..............................................................183 Reid, Senator the Honourable Margaret, President of the Senate (Madam Speaker) ..........................................................................................................................183 SPEAKER'S DECISIONS Early return of Mr Bailey after suspension from the Assembly for one hour at 10.11 am on 29 April 1998 ..............................................................................132 Questions which anticipate discussion of any subject appearing on the Notice Paper (Standing Order 68) (Mrs Braham) .........................................................98 STATEMENTS 8 TOP FM to broadcast the Opposition Leader's response to the 2000-2001 Budget Speech handed down by the Treasurer (Mr Reed) on Tuesday 16 May 2000 (Mr McCarthy)........................................................................................665 A Post Occupancy Evaluation of Parliament House, Report, Volumes I and II (Mr Coulter) .....................................................................................................240 ABC Current Affairs filming Question Time (Mr Speaker)................................419 ABC Television to take file footage in the Chamber this day (Mrs Braham) .......69 ABC TV and Channel 8 to broadcast live or rebroadcast presentation of the Treasurer's and Leader of the Opposition's Budget Speechs (Mr McCarthy) 459 ABC TV and Channel 8 to broadcast live or rebroadcast, with sound and vision, the Opposition's Budget reply and for 8 Top-FM Radio to broadcast live the Opposition's Budget reply (Mr McCarthy) .....................................................463 Abence of Speaker McCarthy - Acting Speaker Mr Mitchell MLA advised Honourable Members of the absence of the Speaker until 3 pm today ...........835 137
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII STATEMENTS (cont) Aboriginal economic development opportunities (Paper 2502) (Mr Adamson) .906 Aboriginal education outcomes, the way forward (Paper 1641) (Mr Adamson) 591 Aboriginal housing (Paper 1507) (Mrs Braham) .................................................546 Aboriginal land and native title issues (Paper 2173) (Mr Burke)........................804 Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 of the Commonwealth, Review conducted by Mr John Reeves QC (Paper 677) (Mr Stone)...............239 Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976, review of (Paper 79) (Mr Stone)..........................................................................................................39 Aboriginal liaison and community services (Paper 2208) (Mr Manzie) .............822 Achievements in Education Services (Paper 663) (Mr Adamson) ......................234 Achievements in education throughout the Territory school system (Paper 1699) (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................614 Achievements of Housing 2003 policies introduced in April 1998 (Paper 1757) (Mrs Braham) .............................................................................632 Adelaide to Darwin Railway Project (Paper 654) (Mr Coulter)..........................234 Adelaide to Darwin Railway Project and other major infrastructure projects (Paper 314) (Mr Coulter) .................................................................................111 Aged Care facilities in the Northern Territory. (Paper 2371) (Mr Dunham) ......859 Agricultural industry in the Northern Territory and future opportunities that will arise in the industry (Paper 390) (Mr Palmer) .................................................127 Agriculture and Horticultural industry developments in Katherine region (Paper 1867) (Mr Palmer)................................................................................695 Alice Springs Cultural Precinct, Araluen Art centre (Paper 2349) (Adamson)...854 ABC TV, Channel 8 and Imparja to broadcast live or rebroadcast, with sound and vision, the presentation of the Budget and the Treasurer's Speech .................659 ABC-TV, Channel 8 and NT News to film, with sound, during the swearing in of the new member for Port Darwin.....................................................................645 APEC Trade Ministers Conference in Darwin (Paper 1906) (Mr Manzie).........711 Appointment of Deputy Clerk, Captain David Horton CSC RAN (Rtd) JP........254 Apprenticeship training strategies in support of the Railway Project, Northern Territory Vocational Education and Training system (VET) (Paper 2141) (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................789 Aquaculture Industry in the Northern Territory (Paper 759) (Mr Palmer)..........264 Arafura Games 6th and Territory lifestyle funding projects (Paper 2429) (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................878 Arafura Games, 1999 (Paper 1450) (Mr Lugg) ..................................................532 Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation Trade Ministers meeting in Darwin (Paper 1805) (Mr Manzie) ...............................................................................655 Asian economies since May 1997 and their impact on the Northern Territory (Paper 307) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................106 AustralAsia Railway - The Final Step (Paper 1266) (Mr Coulter)......................479 AustralAsia Railway, project commencement and financial contribution of governments (Paper 1618) (Mr Burke)............................................................582 138
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII STATEMENTS (cont) AustralAsia Railway, signing off on the 20 April 2001 (Paper 2468) (Mr Burke) ..........................................................................................................................886 Australian Defence Force's involvement in the Northern Territory (Mr Baldwin) (Paper 1044).....................................................................................................450 Ayers Rock Resort Corporation and Controlled Entities Financial Statements for 1999/2000 (Mr Reed).......................................................................................828 Broadcast and re-broadcast sound and vision of Assembly proceedings by ABC TV and Channel 8, authorised by Speaker (McCarthy)...................................396 Broadcast live Planning for Growth II spoeech of Treasurer and Leader of the Opposition (Madam Speaker) ..........................................................................273 Broadcast of Treasurer's Budget Speech (Madam Speaker)................................125 Budget reply, Leader of the Opposition's, Channel 8 to broadcast live or rebroadcast, with sound and vision, and for 8 TOP-FM radio to broadcast live (Madam Speaker).............................................................................................131 Chamber Microphones, inoperable for Members for Greatorex, Araluen, Blain and Stuart. ........................................................................................................787 Channel 8 and Imparja, file footage (Mrs Braham)...............................................65 Channel 8 to take file footage, without sound during Questions, 28 November 2000 (Mr Speaker) ...........................................................................................811 Charles Darwin National Park, Plan of Management (Mr Baldwin)...................288 Children and families (Paper 581) (Mr Burke)....................................................208 Chronic Diseases Strategies (Paper 1446) (Mr Dunham)....................................532 Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the First Sitting of the Legislative Council - Resolution document (Madam Speaker) .......................................................125 Commercial Tenancies Legislation, Report of the Working Party, May 2001 (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................900 Commonwealth/State financial relations, Premiers' Conference, 13 November 1998 (Paper 734) (Mr Stone) ...........................................................................257 Competition in the Territory electricity market (Paper 1553) (Mr Reed) ...........565 Conduct and outcomes of the Northern Territory Expo '98 (Paper 534) (Mr Manzie) .....................................................................................................172 Constitutional Convention for the Northern Territory (Paper 217) (Mr Stone) ....62 Correctional Services, new initiatives (Paper 1806) (Mr Manzie) ......................656 Corroboree 2000, Reconciliation papers (Mr Burke) ..........................................694 Crime prevention initiative NT Safe (Paper 2492) (Mr Reed) ............................900 Darwin as a resource, repair and supply centre (Paper 2121) (Mr Manzie)........783 Darwin Harbour and environs, suburban expansion around (Paper 2097) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................774 Darwin Harbour, processes put in place to protect natural values (Paper 1695) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................611 Defence industry in the Territory (Paper 2092)...................................................771 Department of Arts and Museums, amalgamation from the Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory, the Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs and the Araluen Centre in Alice Springs (Paper 281) (Mr Manzie).........................92 139
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII STATEMENTS (cont) Department of Corporate and Information Services, operation over past 18 months (Mr Adamson) (Paper 1789)............................................................................647 Department of Local Government 1998/99 ­ Performance Report (Paper 1866) (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................695 Designated flood levels applying to Katherine for building and development purposes (Paper 2016) (Mr Baldwin) ..............................................................752 Developments and strategies of the Northern Territory Office Communications, Science and Advanced Technology to keep pace with global changes in new technologies (Paper 2021) (Mr Adamson).......................................................752 Dissent from Speaker's Ruling re use by Mr Stirling of unparliamentary language, offensive words used against a group (also see statement issued 26 November 98) ....................................................................................................................290 Diversify the Territory economy to ensure service industry growth in the Territory (Paper 1626) (Mr Reed) ...................................................................................583 Dry land salinity funding in the Territory. (Paper 2395) (Mr Baldwin)..............864 East Timor and its effects on the Territory (Paper 1727) (Mr Burke).................627 East Timor consultation ballot under the auspices of the United Nations (Paper 1493) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................542 East Timor since act of popular consultation on 30 August 1999 (Paper 1504) (Mr Burke) ..............................................................................................................546 Economic activity within the business community of the Territory (Paper 1713) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................620 Economic Development of the Kakadu Region and Jabiru (Paper 1631) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................590 Education reform in the Northern Territory (Mr Adamson) (Paper 1022)..........446 Education services in the Northern Territory and future directions (Paper 1795) (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................652 Electricity Transmission Line from Darwin to Katherine, purchase (Paper 2194) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................813 Encouragement to build strong Northern Territory Regions and Communities (Paper 1576) (Mr Baldwin)..............................................................................575 Environmental aspects of delivering services by the Power and Water Authority (Paper 1554) (Mr Dunham) .............................................................................566 Exploration initiatives by government (Paper 736) (Mr Poole) ..........................258 File footage and photographs of Members during Question Time by representatives of the Northern Territory News (Mr McCarthy) ....................400 File footage of Members by ABC Stateline (Mr Speaker) ..................................773 Film file footage by ABC, Channel 8 and Imparja (Madam Speaker) ..................11 Filming by ABC TV and Channel of swearing in of Members for Blain and Wanguri, Mr Mills and Henderson respectively (Mr Speaker) .......................516 Filming in Chamber by ABC Television and Channel 8 (Madam Speaker) .......143 Filming in chamber by Imparja (Mr Speaker) .....................................................767 Fishcount Survey of the Northern Territory's recreational fishing industry (Paper 370) (Mr Palmer)..................................................................................121 Flooding of Top End Communities, February 2001 (Mr Reed) ..........................854 140
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII STATEMENTS (cont) Fostering of partnerships in Aboriginal development (Paper 1534) (Mr Burke) 561 Foundations for our Future - Build on a Successful Resource-based Economy (Paper 1436) (Mr Manzie) ...............................................................................527 Foundations for Our Future ­ Foundation One, Lifestyle and Social Development of Territorians in all its aspects (Paper 2590) (Mr Palmer) .............................971 Foundations for our Future in the Northern Territory (Paper 1134) (Mr Burke) 472 Foundations for Our Future, Lifestyle and future development projects and quality of life for Territorians (Paper 2571) (Mr Burke) .............................................957 Foundations for our Future, Territory lifestyle issues (Paper 1658) (Mr Burke) 600 Foundations for Our Future, The Arts and the Territory Lifestyle (Paper 1438) (Mr Lugg).........................................................................................................528 Funding and Grants in the development of sport and recreation activities (Paper 2024) (Mr Lugg)...................................................................................753 Governemnt Housing Construction Program (Paper 2328).................................848 Government arrangements and policy directions under Chief Minister (Mr Burke) ..........................................................................................................................398 Greenhouse Effect on the Northern Territory, in terms of job losses and reduction in export earnings (Paper 154) (Mr Stone) ........................................................54 Health Care Facilities in the Northern Territory (Paper 2326) (Mr Palmer) .......848 Health Care in the Northern Territory (Paper 87) (Mr Burke) ..............................40 Health service industry in the Territory (Paper 1855) (Mr Dunham)..................672 HomeNorth and Housing 2003 schemes (Paper 2002) (Mrs Braham) ................744 Honda Masters Games 1998, Alice Springs (Paper 755) (Mr Adamson)............263 Honda Masters Games 2000 and Paralympic Games 2000 (Paper 2202) (Mr Lugg) ..........................................................................................................................815 Housing priorities for the Territory (Paper 1529) (Mrs Braham)........................553 Immunization program across the Territory (Paper 2396) (Mr Dunham) ...........864 Imparja Television to broadcast, with sound and vision, the condolence motion for Charles Nelson Perkins AO (Mr Speaker).......................................................803 Implementation of Planning for Growth 1999 initiatives and operational status of the Department of Corporate and Information Services (Paper 973) (Mr Reed) ..........................................................................................................................420 Indonesia, changes for the better (Paper 1904) (Mr Burke) ................................711 Information in schedule of Overseas Travel Expenditure, Department of the Chief Minister (Paper 1314), Tuesday 8 June 1999 (Ms Martin)..............................502 Inhalant substance abuse and petrol sniffing in the Northern Territory (Paper 493) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................161 Initiatives and Development of Territory Women (Paper 287) (Mr Stone) ..........97 Innovations, research and developments in the portfolio areas of health and essential services (Paper 2060) (Mr Dunham).................................................762 Innovative Northern Territory Economy (Paper 2035) (Mr Reed)......................758 Interactive Gaming and Gambling (Paper 2486) (Mr Baldwin)..........................888 Interactive Gaming Industry, developments (Paper 2354) (Mr Baldwin) ...........854 141
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII STATEMENTS (cont) Katherine and Daly River Regions Floods, 26 January 1998 (Paper 234) (Mr Reed)...........................................................................................................66 Katherine and Daly River Regions Floods, Report on the Functions, Northern Territory Counter Disaster Council, January 1998 (Paper 603) (Mr Reed) ....209 Katherine District Business Re-establishment Fund Trust, Special Purpose Financial Report for the period ended 30 April 2000 (Mr Reed) ....................863 Kava, licensing of traders and harmful effects of kava use (Paper 2012) (Mr Baldwin) ...................................................................................................747 Kenbi (Cox Peninsula) Land Claim Report by the Aboriginal Land Commissioner (Paper 2311) (Mr Burke) .................................................................................842 Land and Geographic Information management (LAIS) in the Territory (Paper 2140) (Mr Baldwin)..............................................................................788 Law of property in the Northern Territory (Paper 887) (Mr Stone) ....................283 Law Reform Committee Reports on sexual assault prosecution and self defence and provocation. (Paper 2348) (Mr Burke) .....................................................854 Law, Order and Anti-social Behaviour (Paper 2472) (Mr Burke).......................888 Leaders' Forum of Premiers and Chief Ministers in Melbourne on 31 October 1997, the Special Premiers' Conference on Taxation Reform on 6 November 1997 in Canberra, the National Domestic Violence Summit, the Council of Australian Governments and Treaties Council meetings held on 7 November 1997 (Paper 64) (Mr Stone) ...............................................................................33 Library and information services to remote and Aboriginal communities. (Paper 2397) (Mr Adamson)............................................................................864 Liquid Natural Gas industry in the Northern Territory (Paper 704) (Mr Stone) .248 Local Government reform and development in the Northern Territory (Paper 937) (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................407 Local Government reform, development and future directions (Paper 1826) (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................662 Mandatory sentencing in the Northern Territory (Paper 329) (Mr Stone) ..........115 Matter of Public Importance proposed by Leader of Opposition for 1 March 2001 - late arrival of letter (Mr Speaker)..................................................................864 Media to photograph and record proceedings of the Assembly for the purposes of sound and vision broadcast and rebroadcast (Madam Speaker) ......................183 Media to photograph, record proceedings of the Assembly for sound and vision broadcast and rebroadcast (Madam Speaker) ..................................................159 Merlin Project Agreement Amendment (Paper 2458) (Mr Manzie) ...................877 Mimosa Pigra (Paper 1698) (Mr Palmer) ............................................................613 Minerals industry development in the Territory (Paper 1794) (Mr Manzie).......652 Minerals Industry's record in occupational health and safety and environmental management (Paper 959) (Mr Manzie)............................................................415 Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory, Cultural and Scientific Research undertaken (Paper 1874) (Mr Adamson) ........................................700 Mussel, black striped infestation in Northern Territory waters (Mr Palmer) (Paper 1057).....................................................................................................457 N T Expo, July 99 (Paper 1417) (Mr Manzie).....................................................520 142
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII STATEMENTS (cont) Native Title impediments on developing mining and exploration in the Territory (Paper 2363) (Mr Manzie) ...............................................................................859 Native Title issues facing the Territory (Paper 1551) (Mr Burke) ......................565 Northern Territory `Expo 2000' at the Darwin High School (Paper 2008) (Mr Manzie) ............................................................................................................744 Northern Territory Directions - Transforming the Track into a Superhighway (Paper 73) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................34 Northern Territory exploration initiatives (Paper 2307) (Mr Manzie) ................838 Northern Territory Government Supplier Strategy for GST (Paper 1722) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................623 Northern Territory Horticulture Industry (Paper 2250) (Mr Palmer) ..................828 Northern Territory Institute of Sport, development of the (Paper 1428) (Mr Lugg) ..........................................................................................................................525 Northern Territory Parks Masterplan (Mr Baldwin)..............................................55 Northern Territory Tourism (Paper 363) (Mr Stone)...........................................121 Northern Territory's National Highway Strategy for the next 20 years (Paper 1824) (Mr Palmer)................................................................................661 NT Youth Survey Report by the Office of Youth Affairs (Mr Burke)................864 NTETA role and directions of the Northern Territory's Education and Training facility (Paper 1906) (Mr Lugg) ......................................................................711 Offensive words used against a group, as distinct from an individual Member, were not unparliamentary (Madam Speaker)...................................................267 Office of Aboriginal Development, strategic directions of (Paper 982) (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................432 Oil and gas exploration and development in the Timor Sea (Paper 391) (Mr Poole) ..........................................................................................................................127 Opiate use in the Northern Territory (Paper 2153) (Mr Dunham) ......................800 Opposition administrative arrangements, Member for Wanguri ­ Shadow Portfolio of Resource Development, Member for Stuart ­ Shadow Portfolio of Regional Development, and Leader of the Opposition ­ Shadow Portfolio of Transport and Infrastructure Development, and Territory Ports (Ms Martin).963 Opposition Office Holders and Shadow Ministers (Ms Martin) .........................398 Parole Board of the Northern Territory for the year ending 31 December 2000 (Mr Manzie) .....................................................................................................900 Partnership Agreements with Local Government, development by government (Paper 2493) (Dr Lim) .....................................................................................900 Party political association of Mrs Braham, Assembly representation change from the Country Liberal Party to an Independent Member (Mrs Braham) ............836 Personal information and privacy of records (Mr Burke) (Paper 1051).............456 Planning Act ,amendments (Paper 881) (Mr Palmer)..........................................288 Planning Act petition presented by Mrs Hickey 13 October 1999 ......................549 Planning Act, discussion draft (Mr Baldwin) ......................................................520 Planning Developments for Central Darwin (Paper 1456) (Mr Burke)...............535 Planning For Growth (Mr Reed)..........................................................................244 Planning for Growth processes and initiatives since October 1998. (Paper 809) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................276 143
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII STATEMENTS (cont) Population growth prospects of the Darwin Region (Paper 532) (Mr Palmer) ...171 Port of Darwin, Full Steam Ahead for 2000 (Paper 1135) (Mr Coulter).............472 Power outages in the Wanguri/Tiwi area (Paper 261) (Mr Poole) ........................78 Premiers' Conference 1999 held in Canberra, April 1999 (Paper 1019).............445 Primary Exports of the Territory and cattle trade (Paper 705) (Mr Palmer) .......248 Primary Industry sector in the Northern Territory (Paper 1302) (Mr Palmer) ....487 Private security controllers, review of levels and standards of training conducted by the Northern Territory Licensing Commission (Paper 2129) (Mr Baldwin) ..........................................................................................................................784 Prospects for regional growth and implications for the Territory (Paper 1743) (Mr Manie) .................................................................................631 Public housing reform initiatives (Paper 786) (Mr Baldwin) ..............................270 Public Service, research and innovation work achieved under the auspices of government (Paper 2031) (Mr Burke) .............................................................756 Quarantine controls and issues facing the Northern Territory (Paper 983) (Mr Palmer)......................................................................................................432 Reform and restructure of the Power and Water Authority (Paper 996) (Mr Coulter) .....................................................................................................436 Reform of the Power and Water Authority, Six Months On (Mr Coulter)..........487 Remonstrance presentation (Mr Stone) ...............................................................183 Remonstrance presentation (Mrs Hickey) ...........................................................183 Report on the Inquiry Into the Issue of Kava (Mr Burke) .....................................48 Researching and Marketing projects to encourage development of the Northern Territory (Paper 2428) (Mr Burke) ..................................................................877 Residential Tenancies Bill (Mr Baldwin) ............................................................461 Resource development as a building block to expansion of the economic base in the Territory (Paper 1728) (Mr Manzie)..........................................................627 Road safety initiatives and strategies (Paper 783) (Mr Reed) .............................270 Road Safety Practices and Policy Developments in the Northern Territory (Paper 1528) (Mr Palmer)................................................................................553 Rulings of Speaker ­ dissent from rulings, disorderly words, Standing Order 64 (Mr McCarthy).................................................................................................400 Sale of Ayers Rock and Alice Springs Resorts and dissolution of Yulara Town Council (Mr Reed) (Paper 30) ...........................................................................26 Sale of the Northern Territory TAB (Paper 1873) (Mr Baldwin)........................700 SEAAOC, South East Asia and Australia Offshore Conference and the latest oil and gas developments in the Territory (Paper 2013) (Mr Manzie) .................747 Statehood for the Northern Territory (Paper 488) (Hon Alex Somlyay).............160 Tax reform (Paper 582) (Mr Reed)......................................................................208 Technology by the Territory's Police, Fire and Emergency Services (Paper 2179) (Mr Reed).........................................................................................................804 Technology driven community, advances in the future (Paper 2156) (Mr Adamson)..................................................................................................800 Territory and Darwin as a Supply, Service and Distribution Centre for the Region. (Paper 1495) (Mr Palmer)................................................................................542 144
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII STATEMENTS (cont) Territory Business Centres and Business Growth (Paper 1268) (Mr Baldwin) ..480 Territory education system (Paper 2327) (Mr Lugg)...........................................848 Territory export business in our international region (Paper 2093) ....................771 Territory style entertainment and shows being embraced by Territorians (Paper 2122) (Mr Adamson)............................................................................784 Territory Youth ­ Here and Now, The Future A Re-Commitment to Policy (Paper 761) (Mr Stone) ....................................................................................264 Territory's health system, Issues and Future Directions (Mr Dunham) (Paper 1038).....................................................................................................450 Territory's racing, gaming and licensing industries (Paper 1426) (Mr Baldwin)525 The Scholarships Guide, A Resource Guide for Young Territorians (Mr Burke) ..........................................................................................................................553 Timor Gas and Oil Developments (Paper 2501) (Mr Manzie) ............................906 Tourism in the Northern Territory (Paper 827) (Mr Stone).................................282 Water Resource Assessment in the Northern Territory (Paper 322) (Mr Palmer) ..........................................................................................................................111 Weeds Management Bill 1997, Draft (Mr Palmer) ...............................................62 White Spot Syndrome Virus infecting prawns at the Darwin Aquaculture Centre (Paper 2287) (Mr Palmer)................................................................................837 Workplace Safety and Compensation for Injured Workers. (Paper 352) (Mr Burke) .......................................................................................................116 Year 2000 project (Paper 1599) (Mr Adamson) ..................................................575 Zero Tolerance Policing (Paper 558) (Mr Stone) ................................................186 VISITORS Adelaide River Primary School, Years 4 to 7 students and their teacher Mr Mark McLay ....................................................................................................267 Adelaide River School, students, accompanied by their teacher Mr Mark Mclay (Mr McCarthy).................................................................................................541 Alawa Primary School, Year 5/6/7 students accompanied by their teacher Ms Christine Neave (Mr McCarthy)......................................................................479 Friday Leisure Older Persons Society .................................................................553 Attenborough, Ms Crystal, N. T. Sprint Champion and Australian under 18, 100 metre Sprint Champion (Mr Poole) .................................................................462 Bakewell Primary School accompanied by their teacher Mr Mark Monaghan (Mr Speaker) ...........................................................................................................821 Batchelor Area School, Year 8 students accompanied by their teacher Ms Ros McMillan (Mr Speaker) ...................................................................................413 Batchelor College, Diploma of Business, Community Management Students accompanied by their lecturer Mr John Ingram (Mr Speaker) ........................408 Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education students accompanied by their lecturer Ms Martha Kamara (Mr Speaker) ..............................................669 Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education students accompanied by their lecturer Ms Robyn Ober ..........................................................................841 145
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII VISITORS (cont) Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education students accompanied by their lecturer Muni Kulatunga (Mr speaker)....................................................590 Batchelor Institute Teacher Education students accompanied by their lecturer Mr Gerry Pancini. ..................................................................................................699 Berry Springs Primary School, Year 6/7 students accompanied by their teachers Ms Heather Black and Ms Raelene Blackmore (Mr McCarthy) .....................435 Casuarina Senior College, Year 11 politics students accompanied by their teacher Mr Graham Parker (Mr McCarthy)..................................................................573 Casuarina Senior College, Year 11 students accompanied by their teacher Mr Graham Parker .................................................................................................783 Casuarina Senior College, Year 11 students and their teacher, Mr Graham Parker (Madam Speaker).............................................................................................179 Casuarina Senior College, Year 12 Legal Studies students accompanied by their teacher Ms Dianne Gilbert (Mr McCarthy) .....................................................459 Casuarina Street Primary School students from Katherine accompanied by their teachers Ms Marion Guppy and Ms Chris Nolan (Mr McCarthy) ..................665 Centralian College Students accompanied by their teacher Sister Josephine......656 Clyde Fenton School, Year 6 students accompanied by their teachers Mr Richard Munt and Ms Julie Schatz and Ms Natalie Sarny (Mr Speaker) .....................493 Coulter, Mr Barry, former Deputy Chief Minister and Treasurer of the Legislative Assembly (Mr Speaker) ...................................................................................799 Darwin High School, English as a Second Language students and their teacher Ms Anna Beyer (Madam Speaker).........................................................................208 Darwin High School, Year 11 Legal Studies students accompanied by Mr Patrick Clarke (Mr Speaker) ........................................................................................876 Darwin High School, Year 11 Legal Studies students accompanied by their teacher Ms Sara Waylen (Mr McCarthy) ........................................................463 Darwin High School, Year 11 students and their teachers, Ms Sara Waylen and Mr Patrick Clarke (Mr McCarthy)...................................................................655 Darwin High School, Year 9 students accompanied by their teachers Mrs Gleeson and Mr Smith (Mr Speaker).............................................................................589 Defence Industries Study Course 2001 personnel accompanied by Mr B F Coulter, NT Chairman and Mr Zupp, Director (Mr Speaker)........................................885 Dripstone High School Students accompanied by their teacher Ms Irini Pikoulos ..........................................................................................................................827 Driver Primary School Year 6 students and their teacher Mr Michael Kerrisk (Mr McCarthy).................................................................................................619 English as a Second Language students and their teacher Ms Faye Austin (Mr McCarthy).................................................................................................463 Essington School, Year 7 and Year 8 students accompanied by their teacher Ms Judith Staudte (Mr Speaker) ............................................................................755 Faculty of Law, Aboriginal Pre-Law students accompanied by their teacher Ms Fiona Hussin (Mr McCarthy) ..........................................................................459 146
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII VISITORS (cont) Good Shepherd Lutheran Primary School, Year 3/4 students accompanied by their teacher Ms Emily Lewis ..................................................................................857 Graves, Mrs Eleanor, niece of the late Deric Thompson, former Clerk of the first Legislative Council ..........................................................................................821 Gray Primary School, Year 7 students accompanied by their teachers Miss Margaret Couper and Miss Sylvia Steen .........................................................431 Gray Primary School, Year 7 students accompanied by their teachers Ms Sue Trimble and Ms Sylvia Steen (Mr Speaker) ....................................................613 Gray Primary School, Year 7 students and their teachers, Mrs Sue Trimble, Ms Margaret Couper and Mrs Donelle Dingo .........................................................77 Gunbalunya Community Education Centre and their teachers, Mr Alan Perrin, Mr Josiah Namundja and Mr Graham Mathews (Madam Speaker)......................110 Henbury School students accompanied by Ms Carolyn Wines ...........................905 Humpty Doo Primary School students from Year 5/6/7 and their teachers, Ms Chrissy O'Connor and Ms Barb Doukas (Mrs Braham) ....................................69 Humpty Doo Primary School, Year 5, 6 and 7 students and their teachers, Ms Jane Allan and Ms Chris Walker (Mrs Braham)........................................................91 Humpty Doo Primary School, Years 5, 6 and 7 students and their teachers, Ms Ingrid Avery and Mr Don Briggs (Mrs Braham)...............................................97 Humpty Doo School, Year 5/6/7 students accompanied by their teachers Mrs Chrissy O'Connor and Mrs Barbara Doukas (Mr McCarthy)..........................441 Humpty Doo School, Year 5/6/7 students accompanied by their teachers Mrs Christine Walker and Mrs Jane Allan (Mr McCarthy) ....................................449 Information Technology and Administration Trainees from government departments accompanied by Trainee Coordinator, Ms Kara Thomas (Madam Speaker).............................................................................................135 Japanese exchange students from Casuarina Secondary College accompanied by their teacher Ms Jenny Shepherd (Mr Speaker)...............................................743 Jingili Primary School, Year 6/7students accompanied by Ms Trish Joy, Ms Melissa Mias and Ms Sue Mihailou ................................................................881 Jingili Primary School, Year 7 students and their teacher, Ms Sue Mihailou (Madam Speaker).............................................................................................126 Karama Primary School students accompanied by Ms Tanya Nicholls and Ms Lyndal Chittleborough (Mr Speaker) ..............................................................905 Kormilda College Intensive English students and teachers Mr Paul Tolliday and Ms Lorraine Donfeld (Madam Speaker)..........................................................281 Kormilda College, students on work experience in the Legislative Assembly as part of the E-Team (Madam Speaker) .............................................................145 Kormilda College, year 11 students attached to the Legislative Assembly as part of the E-Team Program (Mr Speaker) .............................................................721 Kormilda College, Year 9 students studying democracy and their Teacher Ms Veronica Bagshaw (Mr McCarthy) .................................................................501 Leanyer Primary School, Year 6/7 students accompanied by their teacher Ms Rita Sproll................................................................................................................827 147
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII VISITORS (cont) Leanyer Primary School, Year 6/7 students accompanied by their teachers Ms Leah Crockford and Mr Lovell De Souza (Mr Speaker) .................................751 Ludmilla Primary School, Year 5/6 and Year 7 students and their teacher, Mrs Stephanie Sturtz (Madam Speaker) .................................................................189 MacFarlane Primary School, Year 7 students accompanied by their teachers Ms Marie Randell and Mr Andrew Altube (Mr Speaker) ...............................419 Malak Primary School students accompanied by their teacher Ms Deanna Palmer (Mr Speaker) ....................................................................................................821 Malele, Miss Charlene, Hansard Editor and Chief Interpreter of the Parliament of Samoa, training attachment with the Northern Territory Parliament under the auspices of the CPA Education Trust Fund (Mr McCArthy) ..........................459 Mamaruni School, Croker Island students accompanied by their teacher Ms Beverley Bradbury (Mr Speaker) ....................................................................744 Manunda Terrace Primary School, Year 6 students, accompanied by their teacher, Ms Jeannie Bennett (Mr Speaker) ...................................................................851 Marrara Christian School Year 7 students and their teacher Mr Wilf Lahring (Mr McCarthy).................................................................................................631 Marrara Christian School, Year 9 students accompanied by their teachers Ms Linda Hansen, Ms Joan Growden and Mr Robert Mehigan (Mr Speaker)......419 Moil Primary School, Year 7 students accompanied by their teacher Ms Tracy Carrados (Mr Speaker).....................................................................................613 Moil Primary School, Year 7 students and their teacher, Mrs Judith Green (Mrs Braham)...................................................................................................105 Moulden Park Primary School, Year 6 students accompanied by their teacher Ms Frances Hooper ................................................................................................857 Moulden Park Primary School, Year 6 students accompanied by their teacher, Ms Frances Hooper ................................................................................................863 Alice Springs High School and Anzac Hill High School students accompanied by their teachers Mr Gordon Kennedy .................................................................761 Northern Territory Literacy and Numeracy Training Program students accompanied by their lecturer Ms Lorraine Sushames (Mr Speaker) .............836 Northern Territory University Adult Migrant Education Centre students accompanied by their lecturer Ms Isabelle Sharpe (Mr Speaker)....................599 Northern Territory University Certificate of Business students (Mr McCarthy) 665 Northern Territory University Faculty of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies students accompanied by their lecturers Ms Fiona Hussin and Mr Don Christopherson (Mr McCarthy) .......................................................................659 Northern Territory University international students and their lecturer Ms Stephanie Galvin (Mr McCarthy) ....................................................................666 Northern Territory University Legal Studies Unit students accompanied by Ms Fiona Hussin (Mr Speaker)..............................................................................876 Northern Territory University Palmerston Campus, Certificate II in Business (Office Administration) students and their lecturer Ms Debbie Gale (Madam Speaker).............................................................................................243 148
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII VISITORS (cont) Northern Territory University, Certificate III in Business (Office Administration) students and their lecturer Ms Shirlie Richardson (Madam Speaker) .............243 Northern Territory University, Faculty of Foundation Studies students and their lecturer, Mrs Shirlie Richardson........................................................................11 Northern Territory University, Faculty of Foundation Studies, Certificate IV in Business (Administration) students and lecturer Mrs Shirlie Richardson (Madam Speaker).............................................................................................131 Northern Territory University, Faculty of Foundation Studies, students from the Certificate IV in Business (Administration) students (Mr McCarthy) ............463 NT Open Education Centre students from remote areas accompanied by their teachers Ms Lai Fong and Ms Karen Jackson (Mr Speaker)...........................757 NTU Campus, Certificate III in Practical Computer Operations students and their lecturer Ms Bronwyn Bunnett (Madam Speaker)............................................238 Palmerston Seniors Group ...................................................................................857 Parap School, Year 6 students accompanied by their teachers Mrs Kerry Hudson, Mrs Sylvia Siskamanis and Ms Jane Thompson (Mr Speaker) .......................406 St Johns College, Year 11 students, Remote Area Local Government, accompanied by Ms Jenny McNamara (Mr Speaker)......................................885 St Josephs School, Katherine, students accompanied by their teacher Mr Luke O'Brien (Mr Speaker) ......................................................................................761 St Mary's Primary School, Year 7 students and their teachers Ms Mandy Jones and Mr Craig Brown (Madam Speaker) ..........................................................254 Sumiyoshi Senior High School students, Osaka, Japan accompanied by their teachers Ms Wendy Green and Ms Yoshiko Ennyu (Mr McCarthy) ..............524 Wagaman Primary School, Year 6 and 7 students and teacher Mr Alan Perrin (Mr McCarthy) ........................................................................................................485 Wanguri Primary School, Year 6/7 students accompanied by their teacher Ms Cassy Coggins..................................................................................................827 Warakurna school students accompanied by their teachers Mr Russell Osborne, Ms Joanne Pearson and Ms Glenise Newman (Mr McCarthy) .......................527 Woolianna School, Daly River, students and their teachers Ms Nola Foster and Mr Bill Auman (Madam Speaker) ...................................................................254 Wulagi Primary School Year 6/7 students accompanied by their teacher Ms Margaret McPherson (Mr McCarthy)........................................................627 Wulagi Primary School, Year 6/7 students and their teacher Ms Margaret McPherson (Mrs Braham)..................................................................................91 Year 5 and 6 students from St Paul's Primary School accompanied by their teachers Mr Dirk Benson and Ms Jan Kitchingman (Mr McCarthy) ..............531 Young Tiwi Leaders Ms Kelly Bo, Mr James Kantilla, Mr Cyril Rioli Jnr, Mr Pedro Wonaeamirri, Mr Tristan Munatopi, Mr David Guy Jnr and Mr Robert Joarn accompanied by Mr Cliff and Mrs Patsy Thompson (Mr Speaker).......838 WANT OF CONFIDENCE Chief Minister (Mr Stone) re Statehood Referendum result (Mrs Hickey).........217 149
Index to Minutes 25 November 1997 to 5 July 2001 Bound Volumes LII to LXII WARRANT Deputy Chairman of Committees Mr Stirling (Madam Speaker)..........................................................................233 Deputy Chairman of Committees, Ms Sue Carter (Paper 1797) .........................651 Deputy Chairmen of Committees Honourable S Stone, 25 November 1999 (Paper 1649)...................................599 Mr Ah Kit, Mr Balch, Mr Dunham, Mr Elferink, Mr Lugg, Mr Rioli and Mr Toyne (Paper 26) (Madam Speaker)..............................................................22 Mr Elferink, Mr Balch, Mr Mills and Mr Poole (Paper 1422) (Mr McCarthy) ......................................................................................................................525 Mr J L Ah Kit, Mr S J Balch, Mr J W Elferink, Mrs M A Hickey, Mr C D Lugg, Mr E H Poole and Mr M J Rioli (Paper 955) (Mr Speaker)..............414 Mr S J Balch, Mr J W Elferink, Mr C D Lugg and Mr E H Poole (Paper 1007) (Mr McCarthy) .......................................................................441 WRIT By election, Member of the Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory for the Division of Port Darwin (Ms Susan Jill Carter) to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of the Honourable Shane Leslie Stone QC (Paper 1765)........645 150

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