The sitting starts at 2.00 pm
Question time - 2.00 pm
The Council starts sitting at 2.00 p.m. and Government Business takes precedence today. Business likely to be debated is as follows:
(1) Resources Legislation Amendment (BTEX Prohibition and Other Matters) Bill 2014;
(2) Transfer of Land Amendment Bill 2014;
(3) Senetencing Amendment (Emergency Workers) Bill 2014;
(4) Family Violence ProtectionAmendment Bill 2014; and
(5) Justice Legislation Amendmnet (Succession and Surrogacy) Bill 2014.
For full details, see the Notice Paper.
The order of business listed above is a guide only and may be subject to change and other business may be debated.
There are no tours today as today is a sitting day.
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