Notice Paper

6 Sep 2007NP 070905

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF QUEENSLAND

1ST SESSION OF THE 57th PARLIAMENT

NOTICE PAPER

FOR

TUESDAY, 16 AUGUST 2022

The House meets this day at 9.30am

CONTENTS

PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY SITTING ........................................................................................................ 2 GOVERNMENT BUSINESS ....................................................................................................................... 3

ORDERS OF THE DAY........................................................................................................................... 3 GENERAL BUSINESS ................................................................................................................................ 5

ORDERS OF THE DAY........................................................................................................................... 5 ORDERS REFERRED TO PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES.............................................................. 5 NOTICES OF MOTION ........................................................................................................................... 5

PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES ............................................................................................................. 6 PANEL OF TEMPORARY SPEAKERS ...................................................................................................... 8

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PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY SITTING

The following is the program for Tuesday sittings as contained in the Sessional Orders approved by the Legislative Assembly on 26 November 2020, effective 27 November 2020. The program is subject to change at any time by resolution of the House.

Tuesday 9.30am —10.15am—Preliminary Business * Prayers Messages from the Governor Matters concerning privilege Speaker's Statements Appointments Petitions Citizen's Right of Reply Notification and tabling of papers by the Clerk Ministerial Papers Ministerial Notices of Motion Ministerial Statements Any other Government Business Personal Explanations Tabling of Reports Notice of motion for disallowance of statutory instrument

10.15am — 11.15am— Question Time

11.15am — 11.35am— Business Program Motion (in accordance with Sessional Order 4)

11.35am — 1.00pm— Government Business

1.00pm — 2.00pm— Lunch break

2.00pm — 3.00pm— Matters of Public Interest

3.00pm — 5.30pm— Government Business

5.30pm — 7.00pm— Disallowance Motions, Private Members' Bills or Government Business (in accordance with Sessional Order 1(d))

7.00pm — 7.30pm— Automatic Adjournment * (If completed before 10.15am, Question Time will commence earlier and continue for 1 hour with starting times for all other items, except lunch breaks, in the Order of Business adjusting accordingly.)

Proposed sitting days (indicative dates only, subject to change)—

February – 22, 23, 24 March – 15, 16, 17, 29, 30, 31 May – 10, 11, 12, 24, 25, 26 June – 21, 22, 23, 24 (Budget sitting) August – 16, 17, 18, 30, 31 September – 1, 13, 14, 15 October – 11, 12, 13, 25, 26, 27 November – 8, 9, 10, 29, 30 December – 1

Estimates hearings: July – 26, 27, 28, 29 August – 2, 3, 4

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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

ORDERS OF THE DAY

1. APPROPRIATION (PARLIAMENT) BILL (Explanatory Notes) (Statement of Compatibility) APPROPRIATION BILL (Explanatory Notes) (Statement of Compatibility) Introduced by: Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment (Hon C Dick) Date introduced: 21 June 2022 (page 1535) Debated: 23 June 2022 (page1666) 24 June 2022 (page 1834) Committee reports: Tabled 12 August 2022 (Portfolio Committees) Status: Consideration in detail (Cognate debate).

2. TRADING (ALLOWABLE HOURS) AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL (Explanatory Notes)

(Statement of Compatibility)

Introduced by: Minister for Education, Minister for Industrial Relations and Minister for Racing (Hon G Grace)

Date introduced: 25 May 2022 (page 1322) Committee report: Tabled 22 July 2022 (Education, Employment and Training Committee) Status: Second reading to be moved.

3. INSPECTOR OF DETENTION SERVICES BILL (Explanatory Notes)

(Statement of Compatibility)

Introduced by: Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, Minister for Women and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence (Hon S Fentiman)

Date introduced: 28 October 2021 (page 3387) Committee report: Tabled 21 January 2022 (Legal Affairs and Safety Committee) Debated: 26 May 2022 (page 1477) 22 June 2022 (page 1599) Status: Resumption of second reading debate.

4. NATURE CONSERVATION AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL

(Explanatory Notes) (Statement of Compatibility)

Introduced by: Minister for the Environment and the Great Barrier Reef and Minister for Science and Youth Affairs (Hon M Scanlon)

Date introduced: 24 February 2022 (page 237) Committee report: Tabled 8 April 2022 (State Development and Regional Industries Committee) Status: Second reading to be moved.

5. RACING INTEGRITY AMENDMENT BILL (Explanatory Notes)

(Statement of Compatibility)

Introduced by: Minister for Education, Minister for Industrial Relations and Minister for Racing (Hon G Grace)

Date introduced: 24 February 2022 (page 233) Committee report: Tabled 8 April 2022 (Education, Employment and Training Committee) Status: Second reading to be moved.

Status: Second reading to be moved.

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6. HEALTH PRACTITIONER REGULATION NATIONAL LAW AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL

(Explanatory Notes) (Statement of Compatibility)

Introduced by: Minister for Health and Ambulance Services (Hon Y D’Ath) Date introduced: 11 May 2022 (page 1033) Committee report: Tabled 1 July 2022 (Health and Environment Committee) Status: Second reading to be moved.

7. TRANSPORT LEGISLATION (ROAD SAFETY AND OTHER MATTERS) AMENDMENT BILL (Explanatory Notes)

(Statement of Compatibility)

Introduced by: Minister for Transport and Main Roads (Hon M Bailey) Date introduced: 26 May 2022 (page 1426) Committee report: Tabled 22 July 2022 (Transport and Resources Committee) Status: Second reading to be moved.

8. INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL (Explanatory Notes)

(Statement of Compatibility)

Introduced by: Minister for Education, Minister for Industrial Relations and Minister for Racing (Hon G Grace)

Date introduced: 23 June 2022 (page 1688) Committee report: Tabled 12 August 2022 (Education, Employment and Training Committee) Status: Second reading to be moved.

9. LAND AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL (Explanatory Notes)

(Statement of Compatibility)

Introduced by: Minister for Resources (Hon S Stewart) Date introduced: 17 March 2022 (page 539) Committee report: Tabled 6 May 2022 (Transport and Resources Committee) Status: Second reading to be moved.

10. CASINO CONTROL AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL (Explanatory Notes)

(Statement of Compatibility)

Introduced by: Minister for Education, Minister for Industrial Relations and Minister for Racing (Hon G Grace)

Date introduced: 26 May 2022 (page 1429) Committee report: Tabled 22 July 2022 (Legal Affairs and Safety Committee) Status: Second reading to be moved.

11. BUILDING UNITS AND GROUP TITLES AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL (Explanatory Notes)

(Statement of Compatibility)

Introduced by: Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, Minister for Women and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence (Hon S Fentiman)

Date introduced: 21 June 2022 (page 1515) Committee report: Tabled 12 August 2022 (Legal Affairs and Safety Committee) Status: Second reading to be moved.

12. ANIMAL CARE AND PROTECTION AMENDMENT BILL (Explanatory Notes)

(Statement of Compatibility)

Introduced by: Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries and Minister for Rural Communities (Hon M Furner)

Date introduced: 12 May 2022 (page 1138) Committee report: Tabled 1 July 2022 (State Development and Regional Industries Committee) Status: Second reading to be moved.

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GENERAL BUSINESS

ORDERS OF THE DAY

1. CRIMINAL LAW (RAISING THE AGE OF RESPONSIBILITY) AMENDMENT BILL (Explanatory Notes)

(Statement of Compatibility) Introduced by: Member for Maiwar (Mr M Berkman) Date introduced: 15 September 2021 (page 2685) Committee report: Tabled 15 March 2022 (Community Support and Services Committee) Status: Second reading to be moved.

2. FOOD (LABELLING OF SEAFOOD) AMENDMENT BILL (Explanatory Notes)

(Statement of Compatibility) Introduced by: Member for Traeger (Mr R Katter) Date introduced: 17 November 2021 (page 3589) Committee report: Tabled 13 May 2022 (State Development and Regional Industries Committee) Status: Second reading to be moved.

ORDERS REFERRED TO PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES

1. WORKING WITH CHILDREN (INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES) AMENDMENT BILL (Explanatory Notes)

(Statement of Compatibility) Introduced by: Member for Traeger (Mr R Katter) Date introduced: 1 September 2021 (page 2356) Status: Referred to Legal Affairs and Safety Committee (to report by 31 October 2022,

as advised to the House on 2 December 2021).

NOTICES OF MOTION

HOUSE TO TAKE NOTE OF COMMITTEE REPORTS

1. That the House take note of the Education, Employment and Training Committee Report No. 15, 57th Parliament – Inquiry into the operation of the Trading (Allowable Hours) Act 1990 tabled on 31 January 2022

Notice given: In accordance with Sessional Order 5(1) Date: 31 January 2022 Status: To be moved. (Speaker’s Ruling, 26 May 2022, p.1406 RoP: Debate of the committee report will need to be either postponed until after the Trading (Allowable Hours) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill has been dealt with or discharged.)

2. That the House take note of the Legal Affairs and Safety Committee Report No. 22, 57th Parliament

– Inquiry into serious vilification and hate crimes tabled on 31 January 2022

Notice given: In accordance with Sessional Order 5(1) Date: 31 January 2022 Debated: 26 May 2022 (page 1460) Status: Resumption of debate.

3. That the House take note of the Economics and Governance Committee Report No. 26, 57th Parliament – Inquiry into the report on the strategic review of the functions of the Integrity Commissioner tabled on 3 June 2022

Notice given: In accordance with Sessional Order 5(1) Date: 3 June 2022 Status: To be moved.

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4. That the House take note of the Mental Health Select Committee Report No. 1, 57th Parliament – Inquiry into the opportunities to improve mental health outcomes for Queenslanders tabled on 6 June 2022

Notice given: In accordance with Sessional Order 5(1) Date: 6 June 2022 Status: To be moved.

PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES

Following are committees appointed by the 57th Parliament, their membership, current inquiries and referrals. For further information, go to http://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/work-of-committees/committees

BUSINESS COMMITTEE— Members— Leader of the House (or alternate), Premier (or alternate), Manager of Opposition Business (or alternate), Cross-Bench Member Ms Sandy Bolton

COMMITTEE OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY— Members— Speaker (or alternate) (Chair), Leader of the House (or alternate), Premier (or alternate), Deputy Premier (or alternate), Leader of the Opposition (or alternate), Deputy Leader of the Opposition (or alternate), Manager of Opposition Business (or alternate), Cross-Bench Member Mr Shane Knuth (or alternate)

COMMUNITY SUPPORT AND SERVICES COMMITTEE— Members— Ms Corrine McMillan (Chair), Mr Stephen Bennett, Mr Michael Berkman, Ms Cynthia Lui, Dr Mark Robinson, Mr Robert Skelton Current Inquiries—

• Auditor-General Report 1: 2020-21 – Family support and child protection system (committee resolved 22 February 2021)

• Inquiry into the decriminalisation of certain public offences and health and welfare responses (referred 24 June 2022)

ECONOMICS AND GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE— Members— Mr Linus Power (Chair), Mr Michael Crandon, Mrs Melissa McMahon, Mr Daniel Purdie, Mr Ray Stevens, Mr Adrian Tantari Current Inquiries—

• Auditor-General Report 3: 2020-21 – Queensland Government response to COVID-19 (referred 3 December 2020)

• Auditor-General Report 6: 2020-21 – Awarding of sports grants (referred 3 December 2020)

• Auditor-General Report 13: 2020-21 – State entities 2020 (referred 25 February 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 15: 2020-21 – State finances 2020 (referred 25 March 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 10: 2019-20 – Effectiveness of the State Penalties Enforcement Registry ICT reform (committee resolved 22 February 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 2: 2020-21 – Effectiveness of audit committees in state government entities (committee resolved 22 February 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 4: 2021-22 – 2021 status of Auditor-General’s recommendations (referred 18 November 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 11: 2021-22 – Establishing the Queensland Future Fund (referred 24 February 2022)

• Auditor-General Report 13: 2021-22 – State finances 2021 (referred 17 March 2022)

• Auditor-General Report 14: 2021-22 – State entities 2021 (referred 12 May 2022)

• Auditor-General Report 17: 2021-22 – Appointing and renewing government boards (referred 26 May 2022)

EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING COMMITTEE— Members— Ms Kim Richards (Chair), Mr Mark Boothman, Mr Nick Dametto, Mr James Lister, Mr Barry O’Rourke, Mr Jimmy Sullivan Current Inquiries—

• Auditor-General Report 18: 2020-21 – Education 2020 (referred 27 May 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 1: 2021-22 – Enabling digital learning (referred 2 September 2021)

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• Auditor-General Report 19: 2021-22 – Education 2021 (referred 24 June 2022)

ETHICS COMMITTEE— Members— Ms Jennifer Howard (Chair), Mr Andrew Powell, Mr Linus Power, Mr Daniel Purdie, Ms Kim Richards, Mr Ray Stevens Current Inquiries—

• Matter of privilege referred by the Economics and Governance Committee on 23 February 2022 relating to alleged unauthorised disclosure of committee proceedings

• Matter of privilege referred by the State Development and Regional Industries Committee on 26 May 2022 relating to alleged unauthorised disclosure of a submission from a councillor of the Bundaberg Regional Council made on 15 December 2021 to the committee in relation to its inquiry into the Office of the Independent Assessor

HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE— Members— Mr Aaron Harper (Chair), Mr Stephen Andrew, Ms Ali King, Mr Rob Molhoek, Mr Sam O’Connor, Ms Joan Pease Current Inquiries—

• Auditor-General Report 2: 2021-22 – Measuring emergency department patient wait time (referred 16 March 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 8: 2021-22 – Improving access to specialist outpatient services (referred 24 February 2022)

• Auditor-General Report 12: 2021-22 – Health 2021 (referred 24 February 2022)

LEGAL AFFAIRS AND SAFETY COMMITTEE— Members— Mr Peter Russo (Chair), Ms Sandy Bolton, Ms Jonty Bush, Mrs Laura Gerber, Mr Jason Hunt, Mr Jon Krause Current Inquiries—

• Auditor-General Report 14: 2020-21 – Responding to complaints from people with impaired capacity – Part 2: The Office of the Public Guardian (referred 25 February 2021)

• Working with Children (Indigenous Communities) Amendment Bill 2021 (referred 1 September 2021)

• Inquiry into matters relating to donor conception information (referred 24 February 2022)

PARLIAMENTARY CRIME AND CORRUPTION COMMITTEE— Members— Mr Jon Krause (Chair), Ms Jonty Bush, Mr Michael Crandon, Mrs Melissa McMahon, Ms Jess Pugh, Dr Mark Robinson, Mr Jimmy Sullivan

STATE DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL INDUSTRIES COMMITTEE— Members— Mr Chris Whiting (Chair), Mr Michael Hart, Mr Robbie Katter, Mr Jim Madden, Mr Jim McDonald, Mr Tom Smith Current Inquiries—

• Auditor-General Report 9: 2020-21 – Water 2020 (referred 25 February 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 18: 2018-19 – Local government entities: 2017-18 results of financial audits (committee resolved 19 April 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 2: 2019-20 – Managing the sustainability of local government services (committee resolved 19 April 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 13: 2019-20 – Local government entities: 2018-19 results of financial audits (committee resolved 19 April 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 17: 2020-21 – Local government 2020 (referred 22 April 2021)

• Inquiry into the functions of the Independent Assessor and performance of those functions (committee resolved 27 October 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 3: 2021-22 – Water 2021 (referred 18 November 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 6: 2021-22 – Regulating animal welfare services (referred 2 December 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 9: 2021-22 – Regulating dam safety (referred 24 February 2022)

• Auditor-General Report 15: 2021-22 – Local government 2021 (referred 12 May 2022)

• Auditor-General Report 16: 2021-22 – Contract management for new infrastructure (referred 26 May 2022)

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TRANSPORT AND RESOURCES COMMITTEE— Members— Mr Shane King (Chair), Mr Bryson Head, Mr James Martin, Mr Lachlan Millar, Mr Les Walker, Mr Trevor Watts Current Inquiries—

• Inquiry into Peninsula Developmental Road (Laura to Weipa) project (committee resolved 29 November 2021)

• Inquiry into Sumners Road Interchange Upgrade project (committee resolved 29 November 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 5: 2021-22 – Managing Queensland’s transition to renewable energy (referred 2 December 2021)

• Auditor-General Report 7: 2021-22 – Energy 2021 (referred 2 December 2021)

• Inquiry into the economic and regulatory frameworks for Queensland island resorts (committee resolved 21 February 2022)

• Auditor-General Report 10: 2021-22 – Transport 2021 (referred 24 February 2022)

• Auditor-General Report 18: 2021-22 – Enhancing government procurement (referred 24 June 2022)

PANEL OF TEMPORARY SPEAKERS Ms Bush, Mr Hart, Mr Krause, Mr Lister, Ms Lui and Mr Martin

BY AUTHORITY N J LAURIE, CLERK OF THE PARLIAMENT