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Today in the Legislative Assembly

Bills for completion this week

Appropriation (2016–2017) Bill 2016
Appropriation (Parliament 2016–2017) Bill 2016
Livestock Disease Control Amendment Bill 2016
State Taxation and Other Acts Amendment Bill 2016
Witness Protection Amendment Bill 2016

For detailed and up to date information visit the Assembly home page.

Today in the Legislative Council

The Council starts sitting at 9.30 a.m. and General Business takes precedence today.

General Business likely to be debated:
(1) Order of the Day No 1 - Motion relating to Government's continuing failure to comply with certain orders for the production of documents - resumption of debate;
(2) Order of the Day No 2 -  Infant Viability Bill 2015 – resumption of debate;
(3) Notice of Motion No. 257 – Motion to refer a matter to the Standing Committee on Legal and Social Issues; and
(4) Order of the Day No 3 – Moomba riot in Melbourne CBD – resumption of debate.

For full details, see the Notice Paper.

The order of business listed above is a guide only; it is subject to change and other business may be debated.


Inquiry into Fire Season Preparedness - Have your say

The Environment and Planning Committee has commenced a public inquiry into the preparation and planning that is undertaken for fire seasons. Submissions to the inquiry are open until 17 June 2016. Read more

Inquiry into Infrastructure Projects - Public hearings

The Economy and Infrastructure Committee will hold a public hearing on Tuesday 24 May for its inquiry into infrastructure projects. The Committee will hear from the Port of Melbourne Corporation, the Department of Treasury and Finance, and the Melbourne... Read more

Inquiry into Lowering the Probationary Driving Age in Victoria to Seventeen - Have your say

Should Victoria be lowering the P-plate licence age to 17? The Law Reform, Road and Community Safety Committee is asking that question as part of a new public inquiry. Written submissions are due by 30 May 2016 and public... Read more

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State apology for criminalising homosexuality

LGBTIQ State ApologyThe State apology for past laws criminalising homosexuality has been made in the Victorian Parliament today.

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Redress scheme recommended by Fiskville inquiry

Fiskville reportA dedicated redress scheme for Fiskville-affected persons is one of the key recommendations in a report by the Environment, Natural Resources and Regional Development Committee.

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Skills development for Pacific parliaments

Fiji WhipsFijian MPs and senior staff of the Nauru Parliament have undertaken professional development programs at the Victorian Parliament.

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End of the road for the ‘chook house’

Chook house demolitionThe temporary annex at the back of Parliament House is being demolished as it has gone well past its use-by date.

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Report on government restructuring

Treasury PlaceThe Legal and Social Issues Committee has presented its final report on the Government’s departmental restructure following the 2014 November state election.

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6 May start for Budget Estimates hearings

Budget hearings

Nine days of Budget Estimates hearings commence on Friday 6 May.

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23 recommendations to improve elections

Electoral Matters CommitteeThe Victorian Parliament's Electoral Matters Committee has made 23 recommendations to improve the conduct of Victorian State elections in a report presented to Parliament today.

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On This Day

Thursday, 25 May, 1995

The Full Bench of the Employee Relations Commission in Victoria proposed a multi-tiered wage system for Victorian workers under the state system.