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1431 24/09/2018 Report to the Legislative Assembly from the Minister for Police and Minister for Corrective Services (Hon. Mark Ryan) pursuant to section 56A(4) of the Statutory Instruments Act 1992, regarding the Police Service (Discipline) Regulations 1990 and the State Buildings Protective Security Regulation 2008 GO
1430 21/09/2018 Review of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2009, July 2018 GO
1429 21/09/2018 Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors - Annual Report 2017-18 GO
1428 21/09/2018 Innovation, Tourism Development and Environment Committee : Report No. 7, 56th Parliament – Safer Waterways Bill 2018 GO
1427 21/09/2018 Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee : Report No. 19, 56th Parliament – Liquor (Rural Hotels Concession) Amendment Bill 2018 GO
1426 21/09/2018 State Development, Natural Resources and Agricultural Industry Development Committee : Report No. 15, 56th Parliament – Subordinate legislation tabled between 2 May 2018 and 12 June 2018 GO
1425 20/09/2018 Response from the Minister for Housing and Public Works, Minister for Digital Technology and Minister for Sport (Hon. de Brenni), to an ePetition (2939-18) sponsored by Hon Dick, from 90 petitioners, requesting the House to commission and install a statue of Cameron Smith at Suncorp Stadium GO
1424 20/09/2018 Media release, undated, by the Minister for Transport and Main Roads, Hon Bailey, titled ‘Greater consistency on lift laws for Queensland 4WD owners’ GO
1423 20/09/2018 Article from the Courier Mail, dated 27 April 2018, titled ‘How the State Government profits from household power bills’ GO
1422 20/09/2018 Extract from the Queensland Parliament Record of Proceedings of 24 October 2017 GO
1421 20/09/2018 Media Release, undated, by the former minister for main roads, road safety and ports and former minister for energy, biofuels and water supply, Hon. Mark Bailey, titled ‘Choice and bill relief for Bundaberg power customers' GO
1420 20/09/2018 Document, undated, from the Department of Energy andWater Supply titled 'Affordable Energy Plan' GO
1419 20/09/2018 Media release, undated, by the Minister for Transport and Main Roads, Hon. Mark Bailey, titled ‘Greater consistency on lift laws for Queensland 4WD owners’ GO
1418 20/09/2018 Document, dated 14 September 2018, titled ‘The Returned and Services League of Australia, Kenmore-Moggill sub-branch, 2018 Annual Dinner’ GO
1417 20/09/2018 Nonconforming petition regarding a new police facility in the Upper Ross Not available on-line
1416 20/09/2018 Nonconforming petition regarding air conditioning in Year 1 and 2 classrooms at Camp Hill State Infant and Primary School Not available on-line
1415 20/09/2018 Media release, undated, by the former treasurer and minister for trade and investment, Hon. Curtis Pitt and the former minister for main roads, road safety and ports and former minister for energy, biofuels and water supply, Hon. Mark Bailey, titled ‘New bill cutting energy initiatives announced as Palaszczuk Govt continues to use energy assets to back Qlders’ GO
1414 20/09/2018 Electricity and Other Legislation (Batteries and Premium Feed-In Tariff) Amendment Bill 2018, explanatory notes to Hon. Dr Anthony Lynham's amendments GO
1413 20/09/2018 Letter, undated, from the Minister for Child Safety, Youth and Women and Minister for the prevention of Domestic and Family Violence, Hon Di Farmer, to the member for Burdekin, Mr Dale Last, regarding detention centres GO
1412 20/09/2018 Article from the ABC News online, dated 24 Jan 2015, titled ‘Queensland election 2015: Campbell Newman will not guarantee projects if LNP members not elected’ GO
1411 20/09/2018 Document, undated, titled ‘Department of Health: Pay Slip Glossary of Terms’ GO
1410 20/09/2018 Response from the Minister for Transport and Main Roads (Hon. Bailey), to a paper petition (2986-18) presented by Ms Leahy and an ePetition (2956-18) sponsored by Ms Leahy from 383 and 318 petitioners respectively, requesting the House to urgently reduce the speed limit on the Warrego Highway in the built up area of Yuleba to 60km/h GO
1409 20/09/2018 Response from the Minister for Transport and Main Roads (Hon. Bailey), to an ePetition (2926-18) sponsored by Mr Boothman, from 1,416 petitioners, requesting the House to stop installation of the solar panels at exit 57 of the M1 Pacific Motorway and install a slip lane on this land to ease traffic congestion at the intersection GO
1408 20/09/2018 Response from the Minister for Transport and Main Roads (Hon. Bailey), to an ePetition (2938-18) sponsored by Ms Boyd, from 110 petitioners, requesting the House to implement plans for a duplication or upgrade to the Linkfield/Telegraph Road overpass to meet growing population in the Warner/Eatons Hill area GO
1407 20/09/2018 Response from the Minister for Education and Minister for Industrial Relations (Hon. Grace), to an ePetition (2910-18) sponsored by Mr Perrett, from 887 petitioners, requesting the House to establish a public inquiry into the harm and deaths caused by bullying in our schools GO
1406 20/09/2018 Response from the Minister for Education and Minister for Industrial Relations (Hon. Grace), to a paper petition (2985-18) presented by Mr McArdle and an ePetition (2941- 18) sponsored by Mr McArdle, from 1,200 and 331 petitioners respectively, requesting the House to fast-track the construction and opening of Baringa State High School (Caloundra South High School) for the 2020 school year GO
1405 20/09/2018 Response from the Minister for Education and Minister for Industrial Relations (Hon. Grace), to a paper petition (2983-18), presented by the Clerk in accordance with Standing Order 119(3) from 1,027 petitioners, requesting the House to permit Woolworths in Mission Beach to open on Sundays and public holidays and grant exemption to the present laws that no new applications be granted in country areas until 2022 GO
1404 20/09/2018 Response from the Minister for Education and Minister for Industrial Relations (Hon. Grace), to an ePetition (2902-18) sponsored by Mr Molhoek from 124 petitioners, requesting the House to ensure the proposed telecommunications facility to be located at Baratta Street, Southport, is moved to a more suitable location away from the Southport State School GO
1403 20/09/2018 Response from the Minister for Environment and the Great Barrier Reef, Minister for Science and Minister for the Arts (Hon. Enoch), to an ePetition (2964-18) sponsored by Mr Sorensen, from 1,115 petitioners, requesting the House to extend the period of the Consultation Regulatory Impact Statement reviewing the management of protected wildlife (animals) in Queensland under the Nature Conservation Act 1992 to allow for adequate consultation with stakeholders GO
1402 20/09/2018 Response from the Minister for Child Safety, Youth and Women and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence (Hon. Farmer), to an ePetition (2914-18) sponsored by Mr Knuth, from 1,705 petitioners, requesting the House to reduce youth crime in regional Queensland within 12 months and adopt Relocation Sentencing incorporating the Petford Program for young offenders GO
1401 20/09/2018 Response from the Premier and Minister for Trade (Hon. Palaszczuk), to an ePetition (2959-18) sponsored by Mr Berkman, from 210 petitioners, requesting the House to refer an inquiry to the Committee of the Legislative Assembly to consider such amendments to the Parliament of Queensland Act 2001 and the terms and conditions that would relax restrictions around the use of Parliamentary material, publications and broadcasts for satirical purpose GO
1400 20/09/2018 Interim response from the Premier and Minister for Trade (Hon. Palaszczuk), to an ePetition (2894-18) sponsored by the Clerk in accordance with Standing Order 119(4), from 398 petitioners, requesting the House to consider amending the Criminal Code Act 1899 (Qld) to include the following offences: cyber-bullying, bullying which results in psychological and self-harm and inciting suicide; and amend the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006 and the Commonwealth Criminal Code Act 1995 to include bullying as a form of unacceptable behaviour punishable in accordance with the Acts. Such amendments to be known as Breannah’s Law GO
1399 20/09/2018 Response from the Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services (Hon. Dr Miles), to a paper petition (2999-18) presented by the Clerk in accordance with Standing Order 119(3) and an ePetition (2971-18) sponsored by the Clerk in accordance with Standing Order 119(4), from 24 and 3,032 petitioners respectively, requesting the House to commence an inquiry by the Health Committee into better end of life choices and voluntary assisted dying no later than October 2018 to allow debate and submissions and tabling of a bill within this term of government GO
1398 20/09/2018 Response from the Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services (Hon. Dr Miles) to a paper petition (2984-18), presented by Mr Bennett, from 491 petitioners, and two ePetitions (2901-18) and (2918-18) sponsored by Mr Bennett, from 54 and 85 petitioners respectively, requesting the House to provide a Pain Management Specialist at the Bundaberg Hospital to support sufferers of chronic pain conditions GO
1397 20/09/2018 ePetition (2915-18) : Sponsored by the Clerk in accordance with Standing Order 119(4), from 202 petitioners, requesting the House to apply consistent application of Police Memorial Process and "memorialise" the recognition of Queensland Police Senior Sergeant Michael Isles GO
1396 20/09/2018 ePetition (2972-18) : Sponsored by the Clerk in accordance with Standing Order 119(4), from 23,879 petitioners, requesting the House to reject the proposed abortion law reform bill GO
1395 20/09/2018 Petition (3016-18) : Presented by the Clerk in accordance with Standing Order 119(3) from 22 petitioners, requesting the House to reject the proposed abortion law reform bill GO
1394 20/09/2018 Petition (3015-18) : Presented by the Clerk in accordance with Standing Order 119(3) from 75 petitioners, requesting the House to reject the proposed abortion law reform bill GO
1393 20/09/2018 Petition (3014-18) : Presented by the Clerk in accordance with Standing Order 119(3) from 15,483 petitioners, requesting the to reject the proposed abortionlaw reform bill GO
1392 20/09/2018 Office of the Information Commissioner – Annual Report 2017-18 GO

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