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7807 LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 2015-16-17-18 FIRST SESSION OF THE FIFTY-SIXTH PARLIAMENT BUSINESS PAPER No. 187 WEDNESDAY 15 AUGUST 2018 GOVERNMENT BUSINESS NOTICES OF MOTIONS— 1 MR DAVID ELLIOTT to move— That a bill be introduced for an Act to reconstitute the Returned and Services League of Australia (New South Wales Branch) as a corporation with the alternate name of RSL NSW; to repeal the Returned and Services League of Australia (New South Wales Branch) Incorporation Act 1935; and for other purposes. (RSL NSW Bill).

(Notice given 14 August 2018) 2 MR MARK SPEAKMAN to move— That a bill be introduced for an Act to amend the Criminal Procedure Act 1986 to give effect to recommendations of the statutory review of the Act with respect to the mandatory pre-trial disclosure of certain evidence and other matters in proceedings for indictable offences; and for other purposes.

(Criminal Procedure Amendment (Pre-trial Disclosure) Bill). (Notice given 14 August 2018)

7808 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018 3 MR TROY GRANT to move— That a bill be introduced for an Act to make miscellaneous amendments to various Acts that relate to emergency services and associated matters. (Emergency Services Legislation Amendment Bill). (Notice given 14 August 2018) 4 MR MATT KEAN to move— That a bill be introduced for an Act to amend the Strata Schemes Management Act 2015 to make further provision with respect to the rectification of building defects in new strata schemes; and for other purposes. (Strata Schemes Management Amendment (Building Defects Scheme) Bill).

(Notice given 14 August 2018) ORDERS OF THE DAY— 1 Road Transport Legislation Amendment (Penalties and Other Sanctions) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Mrs Melinda Pavey, "That this bill be now read a second time".

(Introduced 8 August 2018—Mr Guy Zangari). 2 Budget Estimates and related papers 2018-2019; resumption of the interrupted debate, on the motion of Mr Dominic Perrottet, "That this House take note of the Budget Estimates and related papers 2018-19". (Moved 21 June 2018—Mr Andrew Fraser speaking; 4 minutes remaining).

BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE—PETITIONS ORDERS OF THE DAY— 1 Petition—from certain citizens requesting the Legislative Assembly urgently protect the Stockton community and save Stockton Beach. (Mr Tim Crakanthorp). (Discussion date 16 August 2018). 2 Petition—from certain citizens requesting the cancellation of plans to further investigate and construct a correctional services facility at Kembla Grange/West Dapto. (Ms Anna Watson). (Discussion date 20 September 2018). 3 Petition—from certain citizens requesting the Minister for Planning rezone the Wilton South East Precinct to protect the local koala habitat and ensure no further rezoning of land until a comprehensive South Western Sydney Koala Conservation Strategy is finalised and approved.

(Mr Jai Rowell). (Discussion date 27 September 2018).

3 (i) Government Sector Finance Bill. (ii) Government Sector Finance Legislation (Repeal and Amendment) Bill. Cognate bills; consideration of Legislative Council amendments in the Government Sector Finance Legislation (Repeal and Amendment) Bill. (Mr Dominic Perrottet).

7809 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018 GENERAL BUSINESS NOTICES OF MOTIONS (for Bills)— 1 MS JODI MCKAY to move— That a bill be introduced for an Act to amend the Road Rules 2014 to require drivers to slow down or move over when approaching or passing police and emergency vehicles; and for other purposes.

(Road Rules Amendment (Slowing Down for Police and Emergency Vehicles) Bill). (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2 MR MICHAEL DALEY to move— That a bill be introduced for an Act to prohibit retailers from supplying certain plastic shopping bags to their customers.

(Plastic Shopping Bags (Prohibition on Supply by Retailers) Bill). (Notice given 7 August 2018—lapses 8 February 2019) ORDERS OF THE DAY (for Bills)— 1 Road Rules Amendment (Slowing Down for Police and Incident Response Vehicles) Bill; resumption of the interrupted debate, on the motion of Ms Jodi McKay, "That this bill be now read a second time". (Introduced 3 May 2018; lapses 13 October 2018). 2 Public Accountability Legislation Amendment (Sydney Motorway Corporation) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Ms Jodi McKay, "That this bill be now read a second time". (Introduced 24 May 2018—Ms Pru Goward; lapses 13 October 2018).

3 Crimes Amendment (Misconduct in Public Office and Other Matters) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Mr Jamie Parker, "That this bill be now read a second time". (Introduced 21 June 2018—Mr Jonathan O’Dea; lapses 4 November 2018). 4 Public Finance and Audit Amendment (State-funded Private Entities) Bill; resumption of the adjourned debate, on the motion of Mr Ryan Park, "That this bill be now read a second time". (Introduced 21 June 2018—Mr Jonathan O’Dea; lapses 20 December 2018).

NOTICES OF MOTIONS (General Notices) 2791 ALBION PARK RAIL BYPASS MS ANNA WATSON to move— That this House: (1) Notes that after a 13 month delay, planning approval for the Albion Park Rail bypass has been granted.

(2) Notes that the residents of Dapto and West Dapto have not been informed as to whether they will have access to the bypass. (3) Calls on the Government to inform the community about the future of its plans for the Yallah Interchange. (Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2792 FLY PELICAN MR STEPHEN BROMHEAD to move— That this House: (1) Welcomes Fly Pelican as the carrier between Taree and Sydney. (2) Notes the significant savings in airfares charged by Fly Pelican compared to the previous carrier. (3) Congratulates the Midcoast Council on its negotiations with Fly Pelican so that air travel was not disrupted when the previous carrier withdrew services.

(4) Acknowledges the friendly Fly Pelican staff at Taree, Sydney and in the air. (Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2793 VOLUNTEERS AND EMERGENCY SERVICES - ORANGE MR PHILIP DONATO to move— That this House: (1) Recognises the danger faced by the many volunteer and professional emergency service personnel who are fighting the bushfires at Mount Canobolas and Gowan in the Orange electorate. (2) Congratulates the many volunteers who have united to protect life and property threatened by the bushfires at Mount Canobolas and Gowan.

(3) Congratulates the community of the Orange district for their donations, support and care for the volunteer and professional emergency services personnel.

(Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2794 HARRY JONES AND PORT MACQUARIE LITTLE ATHLETICS MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS to move— That this House: (1) Congratulates Port Macquarie triathlete Harry Jones on his second straight victory at the Trial Bay Marathon on 11 February 2018. (2) Congratulates Port Macquarie Little Athletics on its success at the Country Championships with 27 athletes across 63 events qualifying for the state titles at Sydney Olympic Park from 23-25 March 2018.

(Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2795 GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS 7810 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

MR ALEX GREENWICH to move— That this House: (1) Notes that the impact of climate change can only be mitigated if there is a reduction in power related greenhouse gas emissions. (2) Calls on the Government to transition New South Wales to 100 per cent clean energy production by 2030 through legislated clean energy targets, phasing out of coal fired power, new wind and solar farms, new storage technology and transmission infrastructure, transition plans for coal communities and solar power for low income households.

(Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2796 WESTERN HARBOUR TUNNEL BEACHES LINK MS FELICITY WILSON to move— That this House: (1) Notes that work on the Western Harbour Tunnel Beaches Link is progressing and R oads and Maritime Services is commencing the Environmental Impact Statement. (2) Acknowledges that extensive consultation has been undertaken, with 4,000 face-to-face conversations at 25 community meetings and more than 2,400 written comments received and that the dialogue will continue as the project proceeds.

(3) Records the personal commitment of the Member for North Shore along with the Minister for Roads, to delivering this crucial piece of infrastructure for the community and also ensuring local voices are heard.

(4) Notes that the Opposition is opposed to the project. (Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2797 CONTAINER DEPOSIT SCHEME - NEWCASTLE WESTERN SUBURBS MS SONIA HORNERY to move— That this House: (1) Notes that Beresford and Tarro residents must travel long distances to Jesmond or Mayfield to access Return and Earn facilities.

(2) Notes that this is an unfair impost on these residents and negates the environmental and financial benefits of the container deposit scheme. (3) Urges the Minister for the Environment to open more Return and Earn locations in Newcastle's western suburbs. (Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2798 BOWRAL CLASSIC CYCLING EVENT MR JAI ROWELL to move— That this House: (1) Congratulates all involved with the inaugural Bowral Classic cycling event, which recently won two trophies at the prestigious Australian Event Awards.

(2) Recognises that this event attracted more than 3,000 riders, contributing $1.5 million to the local economy and raising more than $100,000 for charity.

(3) Congratulates the Government for supporting the classic through its tourism and major events agency Destination NSW. (Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 7811 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

2799 DAY OF MOURNING ANNIVERSARY MR DAVID HARRIS to move— That this House: (1) Notes that 26 January 2018 marked the 80th Anniversary of the 1938 Day of Mourning, which was originally held at Australia Hall. (2) Notes that the Day of Mourning was first held on the 150th Anniversary of the landing of the First Fleet in Australia. (3) Acknowledges the Indigenous activists at the 1938 event that sought to improve the political, civil and labour rights of their people, including William Cooper. (4) Congratulates the Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council for commemorating the event. (Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2800 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS - JAKE MUGGLETON AND BERNADETTE QUIRK MR ADAM MARSHALL to move— That this House: (1) Congratulates Jake Muggleton and Bernadette Quirk of Moree on being named recipients of prestigious scholarships offered by Auscott Limited, the Loder Foundation and the Country Education Foundation.

(2) Commends Jake on being awarded the Auscott Education Programme Scholarship, having been lnverell High School's highest achiever in the Higher School Certificate and who is about to commence a double degree of information technology and engineering at Griffith University. (3) Commends Bernadette on being awarded the Bruce and R obyn Loder Education Scholarship, having achieved the fifth highest result in the state for primary industries in the Higher School Certificate and who will go on to study a Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management at the University of Newcastle.

(4) Notes the scholarships provide the recipients with $11,500 per year for the duration of their studies to assist with the costs of study, accommodation and living expenses.

(5) Wishes Jake and Bernadette all the best in their future studies. (Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2801 SOCIAL SERVICES MS TRISH DOYLE to move— That this House: (1) Notes that on 15 February 2018 it was announced that the Government will cut $13 million from New South Wales disability services and advocacy organisations.

(2) Notes that these organisations provide crucial casework, advisory and assistance services to people living with a disability and the state funding represents a significant funding base for many of these organisations. (3) Notes the New South Wales Budget surplus of $5.7 billion but that the Government cannot allocate $13 million to support society's most vulnerable people. (4) Condemns the Government for its reductions to crucial social services. (Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2802 ROYAL NORTH SHORE HOSPITAL MS FELICITY WILSON to move— That this House: 7812 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

(1) Welcomes the Government's continuing investment at R oyal North Shore Hospital which contributes so much to the health and wellbeing of the North Shore community. (2) Acknowledges that the development application for a health services administration building has been lodged, with plans to include a child care facility and 115 car parking spaces. (3) Congratulates the Minister for Health for his continuing efforts to provide world class patient- centered care across New South Wales. (Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2803 FAIRFIELD HOSPITAL MASTER PLAN DR HUGH MCDERMOTT to move— That this House: (1) Notes that in December 2015 two unexpected fatalities occurred in the Fairfield Hospital maternity ward.

(2) Notes that no information on this matter has been provided by the Government since September 2016, other than that the deaths occurred because of understaffing and underresourcing of the hospital. (3) Notes that despite a $6 million master plan being agreed in May 2014, no capital funding has been provided for Fairfield Hospital in the last three budgets. (4) Notes that Fairfield Hospital was identified in March 2017 as the worst place in New South Wales to give birth. (5) Notes that Fairfield Hospital has a competent and professional staff and it is the Government's responsibility to provide them with the resources they need to work effectively.

(6) Calls on the Government to allocate full funding to the Fairfield Hospital Master Plan upgrade and adequate resourcing to ensure that no further deaths occur.

(Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2804 LOQUAT VALLEY SCHOOL MR ROB STOKES to move— That this House: (1) Congratulates everyone who has worked so hard to support Loquat Valley School over the past 70 years. (2) Notes the new role of the Loquat Valley School as an integral part of Saint Luke's Grammar School. (Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2805 ELECTRICITY PRICES MR GREG WARREN to move— That this House: (1) Acknowledges that families and businesses in Campbelltown, and across New South Wales, are struggling with massive power bills that will keep increasing.

(2) Notes that many families and businesses saw increases as high as 20 percent at the start of this financial year, which is adding pressure to tight household and small business budgets. (3) Considers that the Government privatised the electricity network despite repeated warnings from a variety of sources that it would lead to higher power prices. (4) Calls on the Government to take every action to alleviate the increased cost of living pressures local families and businesses are experiencing. 7813 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

(Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2806 CLIVE CLARKE - 100TH BIRTHDAY MS FELICITY WILSON to move— That this House: (1) Congratulates Landowne Gardens, Neutral Bay, resident Clive Clarke who celebrated his 100th birthday earlier this year.

(2) Notes Clive has fathered three children with his late wife Phyllis Clarke and now has five grandchildren and six great grandchildren. (3) Celebrates Clive's tip to his 20 year old self to never give up. (Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2807 INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY MR ANOULACK CHANTHIVONG to move— That this House: (1) Notes International Mother Language Day (IMLD) was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999.

(2) Notes IMLD has been observed every year since 2000 to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. (3) Recognises the work of local Bengali community in the Macquarie Fields electorate to promote IMLD community events. (4) Calls on the Government to encourage local councils to establish an Ekushey Corner in branch libaries to promote and protect mother languages. (Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2808 INVERILL RESCUE SQUAD - DES CLARK MR ADAM MARSHALL to move— That this House: (1) Congratulates lnverell resident Des Clark on his recent retirement as a member of the Volunteer Rescue Association.

(2) Commends Des on his 38 years of dedicated service to the lnverell Rescue Squad and his 12 years of work prior to that as an ambulance officer in Armidale. (3) Notes Des was one of the 15 original members of the lnverell Rescue Squad with only a spare ambulance for equipment and worked to secure the squad a permanent headquarters. (4) Acknowledges Des and his wife Christine Clark are both retiring from the association as highly respected and valued members of the community. (Notice given 15 February 2018—lapses 16 August 2018) 2809 NEWCASTLE TRANSPORT COMPLAINTS MS SONIA HORNERY to move— That this House: (1) Notes that hundreds of resident complaints have been made to Newcastle Transport and the Minister for Transport about Wallsend bus services.

(2) Notes that the Minister for Transport says he has heard no complaints about Wallsend bus services. 7814 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

(3) Calls on the Minister for Transport to visit the Wallsend electorate and engage with commuters about their concerns. (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2810 ST COLUMBA ANGLICAN SCHOOL AWARDS MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS to move— That this House: (1) Congratulates St Columba Anglican School (SCAS) year 9 student Annaliese Cains on her Junior Secondary School SCAS award for her achievements as a scholar, athlete and as a pillar of cultural and performing arts community.

(2) Congratulates St Columba year 12 student Jane Whalen on her Secondary School SCAS Award for excellence in academics, sports, culture and service.

(3) Recognises these awards are the highest attainable honour at St Columba Anglican School. (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2811 EMERGENCY SERVICES PERSONNEL SAFETY MR PHILIP DONATO to move— That this House: (1) Demands the Government provide increased safety for professional and volunteer emergency services personnel by immediately implementing an enforceable 40 kilometre per hour speed limit in the vicinity of emergency services personnel performing duties on or close to roadways. (2) Calls on the Government to provide warning devices and signage suitable for use in both daylight and darkness to direct drivers of vehicles approaching the vicinity of emergencies on or close to roadways to limit their speed to 40 kilometres per hour.

(3) Demands the Government immediately implement education for increased driver awareness of emergency services personnel performing duties on or close to roadways, and to reduce the speed of vehicles traveling in the vicinity of emergency service personnel performing their duties. (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2812 LIONS YOUTH OF THE YEAR MR JAMES GRIFFIN to move— That this House: (1) Recognises the three students from Northern Beaches Secondary College Mackellar Girls Campus who took part in the Lions Youth of the Year local finals.

(2) Commends finalists Andie Thorpe and Rebekah Thwaites.

(3) Congratulates Lillian Teale who won the public speaking segment in the final with a speech entitled Expectations. (4) Thanks the Lions Clubs of Australia for organising this remarkable initiative. (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2813 SEXUAL ASSAULT STRATEGY MS JENNY AITCHISON to move— That this House: (1) Notes that a recent report by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare revealed that one in six women in Australia have either been sexually or physically abused by a current or former partner. (2) Notes the release of the Red Zone Report which outlined shocking hazing rituals and assault at 7815 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

universities across Australia. (3) Notes that the Opposition has repeatedly called on the Government to release its Sexual Assault Strategy. (4) Condemns the Government for its failure to release the Sexual and Assault Strategy and calls on it to do so. (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2814 PHOENIX HOUSE MS FELICITY WILSON to move— That this House: (1) Acknowledges the fantastic work of Phoenix House providing early intervention and support services to the most challenged young people living in Northern Sydney and delivering life- changing outcomes.

(2) Thanks Phoenix House for hosting the Member for North Shore and enabling her to meet with some of the young people and observe the work being performed.

(3) Thanks Edmund D'Cruz and the whole Pheonix House team for the services they provide to over 500 young people. (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2815 POLICE FUNDING MR GUY ZANGARI to move— That this House: (1) Acknowledges the Commonwealth Government's recent Productivity Commission report on Government Services.

(2) Notes that New South Wales has the lowest government spending on police per person in the nation. (3) Condemns the Government for underfunding the NSW Police Force. (4) Calls on the Government to prioritise funding for community safety before funding new stadiums. (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2816 WALLIS LAKE DEVELOPMENT MR STEPHEN BROMHEAD to move— That this House: (1) Congratulates the Minister for Lands, Foresty and Racing and the Government on its recent $4.5 million announcement of works in Wallis Creek.

(2) Notes the funding includes upgrading of the Wallis Creek Fish Co-Op, 52 jetties, a breakwall and other important works.

(3) Acknowldges the Government's commitment to the local tourist and fishing industries. (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2817 NEW SOUTH WALES TRAIN NETWORK MS TRISH DOYLE to move— That this House: (1) Notes that the Government has ordered new Waratah-style trains for the Sydney train network that will be built in China. 7816 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

(2) Notes that the Sydney Growth Trains Project R olling Stock Specification document from the tender calls for new trains to include driver-only operating mode. (3) Considers that the Government is determined to dismiss or downgrade skilled, hardworking railway staff as the next step to remove train guards. (4) Notes that train guards provide a vital public safety, security, customer assistance and a technical role in the crewing of trains and that guards must be retained on the Sydney and New South Wales train networks.

(5) Calls on the Premier to remove the current Minister for Transport and appoint an alternative person who understands the train system and supports quality, safe and efficient public transport.

(Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2818 NEW SOUTH WALES BUSINESS INVESTMENT MR JONATHAN O'DEA to move— That this House: (1) Notes that New South Wales is the premier state for business investment according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, with $8.3 billion in private sector capital expenditure in equipment, factories and other buildings for the 2017 December quarter. (2) Welcomes a 21 percent annual increase in private investment in buildings and structures in New South Wales, compared to an estimated 3 per cent fall across Australia over the last year. (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2819 GRANVILLE RETURN AND EARN MACHINES MS JULIA FINN to move— That this House: (1) Notes that the Return and Earn Container Deposit Scheme has been in place for three months.

(2) Notes that the scheme has not met any of its three month delivery targets. (3) Notes that due to the lack of alternatives, the Granville Return and Earn machines are the busiest in Sydney and have long queues, unpleasant smells and are untidy and underserviced. (4) Calls on the Minister for the Environment to intervene and resolve the situation. (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2820 ROBYN FOX - REAL ESTATE AGENT OF THE YEAR MR ADAM MARSHALL to move— That this House: (1) Congratulates Robyn Fox of First National Real Estate lnverell on being awarded Agent of the Year in the Rate My Agent 2018 Agent of the Year Awards.

(2) Notes that the Rate My Agent awards are the largest real estate awards in Australia, with awards being calculated based on customer reviews and feedback, as opposed to being judged by industry peers. (3) Commends Robyn Fox on her hard work and dedication to providing quality service to the local property market. (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2821 TRANSPORT SERVICES - CENTRAL COAST—MS LIESL TESCH (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 7817 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

2822 POLICE OFFICER NUMBERS - ST GEORGE LOCAL AREA COMMAND—MR MARK COURE (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2823 REVIEW OF PLANNING DETERMINATIONS—MS JODIE HARRISON (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2824 BISALLOY STEEL—MR GARETH WARD (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2825 WEST BYRON DEVELOPMENT—MS TAMARA SMITH (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2826 URBAN GRAIN BAKERY - PORT MACQUARIE—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2827 INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES - CAMPBELLTOWN—MR GREG WARREN (Notice given 6 March 2018—lapses 7 September 2018) 2828 SKILLED JOB CREATION—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2829 MIDCOAST COUNCIL APPRENTICE INTAKE—MR STEPHEN BROMHEAD (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2830 NAPLAN POLICY CHANGES—MR JIHAD DIB (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2831 NORTH SOUTH RAIL LINE—MR KEVIN CONOLLY (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2832 REDUCTION OF SERIOUS MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS—MR PHILIP DONATO (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2833 CLEAN UP AUSTRALIA - CURL CURL LAGOON FRIENDS—MR JAMES GRIFFIN (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2834 BLUE MOUNTAINS STATE EMERGENCY SERVICES VEHICLES—MS TRISH DOYLE (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2835 CROWS NEST UNITING CHURCH—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2836 SYDNEY TRAINS TIMETABLE—MR GUY ZANGARI (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2837 BLUE MOUNTAINS ROAD BRIDGES—MS TRISH DOYLE (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2838 UPPER HUNTER POWER STATION—MR MICHAEL JOHNSEN (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 7818 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

2839 THE GREAT SYNAGOGUE - 140 YEAR ANNIVERSARY—MS GABRIELLE UPTON (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2840 MOSMAN CROQUET CLUB—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2841 HASTINGS SECONDARY COLLEGE DUX WINNERS—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2842 CLEAN UP AUSTR ALIA DAY - FIR ST NOR TH SYDNEY SCOUT CLUB—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2843 SEA ACRES RAINFOREST CENTRE - BRONZE TOURISM AWARD—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2844 CLEAN UP AUSTRALIA DAY - BONDI BEACH—MS GABRIELLE UPTON (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2846 ONE NATION PREFERENCE DEALS—MR JIHAD DIB (Notice given 7 March 2018—lapses 8 September 2018) 2847 WALLSEND CRIME—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2848 REFLECTIONS HOLIDAY PARKS—MR STEPHEN BROMHEAD (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2849 INTERCITY TRAIN FLEET PROCUREMENT—MR TIM CRAKANTHORP (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2850 MATER HOSPITAL - NORTH SYDNEY—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2851 SCHOOLS MAINTENANCE - CHARLESTOWN ELECTORATE—MS JODIE HARRISON (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2852 INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY—MR MARK COURE (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2853 NEWELL HIGHWAY—MR PHILIP DONATO (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2854 B-LINE BUS SERVICE—MR JAMES GRIFFIN (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2855 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY—MS JENNY AITCHISON (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2856 NORTH SYDNEY BEARS—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 7819 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

2857 GLENDALE INTERCHANGE—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2858 NARWEE AND OATLEY RAILWAY STATIONS—MR MARK COURE (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2859 NEWCASTLE BUS NETWORK REVIEW—MS JODIE HARRISON (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2860 FLU IMMUNISATION PROGRAM—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2861 LUKE BATTY FOUNDATION—MS JENNY AITCHISON (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2862 REVERSE VENDING MACHINE - MANLY VALE—MR JAMES GRIFFIN (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2863 WALLSEND FIRE STATION SITE—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2864 STATE OF STATES REPORT—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2865 COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES LAKE MACQUARIE—MS JODIE HARRISON (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2866 GILLIESTON PUBLIC SCHOOL—MS JENNY AITCHISON (Notice given 8 March 2018—lapses 9 September 2018) 2867 SPEED LIMIT REDUCTION—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2868 PORT MACQUARIE MARINE RESCUE LONG SERVICE—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2869 WEST DAPTO INFRASTRUCTURE—MS ANNA WATSON (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2870 JENNIFER MACKENZIE - DANCE WORKSHOP PARTICIPANT—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2871 NEWCASTLE BUS SERVICE CONNECTIONS—MS JODIE HARRISON (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2872 OVARIAN CANCER AWARENESS DAY FUNDRAISING—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2873 WYONG EMPLOYMENT ZONE AMENITIES—MR DAVID HARRIS (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 7820 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

2874 BEN MCMAHON - LIVESTOCK AND PROPERTY AGENT—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2875 POLICE OFFICER NUMBERS - CENTRAL COAST—MR DAVID MEHAN (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2876 CAMDEN HAVEN HISTORICAL SOCIETY—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2877 CABBAGE TREE ROAD SAND QUARRY—MS KATE WASHINGTON (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2878 LUDENY WILD - MOREE COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION EDUCATION GRANT—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2879 NEWCASTLE ROAD AND THOMAS STREET—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2880 RECHELLE LEAHY - UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2881 HAZING CULTURE—MS JODIE HARRISON (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2882 DANIELLA STEWART - DR WILLIAM HUNTER SCHOLARSHIP—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2883 COASTAL MANAGEMENT—MS KATE WASHINGTON (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2884 TUGGERAH RAILWAY STATION—MR DAVID MEHAN (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2885 PORT MACQUARIE RUNNING FESTIVAL—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2886 NAPLAN—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2887 ISABEL STRUTT - WOMEN IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AWARD—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 13 March 2018—lapses 14 September 2018) 2888 GLENDALE SUPER CENTRE - BUS SERVICES—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2889 COOPER PARK COMMUNITY GARDEN—MS GABRIELLE UPTON (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 7821 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

2890 INNER CITY HOUSING AFFORDABILITY—MR ALEX GREENWICH (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2891 LOR R AINE BAR TEL - NOR THER N TABLELANDS WOMAN OF THE YEAR —MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2892 NEPEAN HOSPITAL WAITING TIMES—MS TRISH DOYLE (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2893 JULIE ANNE MITCHELL - NSW WOMEN OF THE YEAR NOMINATION—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2894 NEWCASTLE LIGHT RAIL - RENTAL ASSISTANCE—MR TIM CRAKANTHORP (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2895 SAMANTHA SHAR KEY - MINISTER S' AWAR DS FOR WOMEN IN LOCAL GOVER NMENT NOMINATION—MR CHRIS PATTERSON (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2896 TESTERS HOLLOW FLOOD MITIGATION—MS JENNY AITCHISON (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2897 DIMITY BOYDELL AND CLYDE MITCHELL OF MOR EE GUN CLUB—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2898 GLENFIELD TO MACARTHUR URBAN RENEWAL STRATEGY—MR GREG WARREN (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2899 NORTH SYDNEY ROTARY CLUB—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2900 CENTRAL COAST TRAIN STATION PARKING—MR DAVID HARRIS (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2901 LEE WEAR - MINISTERS' AWARDS FOR WOMEN IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT—MR CHRIS PATTERSON (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2902 TUGGERAH PUBLIC SCHOOL—MR DAVID MEHAN (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2903 BRAD EDWARDS - ORGAN DONATION TRANSPORT NETWORK—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2904 WALLSEND CAR BREAK-INS—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 7822 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

2905 MEDICAL CANNABIS ACCESS—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2906 TAFE FUNDING—MS TRISH DOYLE (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2908 SYDNEY STADIUMS SPENDING—MR LUKE FOLEY (Notice given 14 March 2018—lapses 15 September 2018) 2909 FLETCHER - INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2910 QUALIFIED ENGINEERS—MS TAMARA SMITH (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2911 DANNY CHEETHAM - MOREE BOXING ACADEMY—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2912 INTERCITY TRAIN FLEET FIXED SEATING—MS KATE WASHINGTON (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2913 MANLY - PENGUIN BREEDING PROGRAM—MR JAMES GRIFFIN (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2914 INTERCITY TRAIN FLEET DECISIONS—MR TIM CRAKANTHORP (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2915 NORTH SYDNEY COMMUNITY CENTRE—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2916 INTERCITY TRAIN FLEET CONCERNS—MS TRISH DOYLE (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2917 POR T MACQUAR IE SAINTS NETBALL CLUB FUNDR AISING EFFOR TS—MR S LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2918 INTERCITY TRAIN FLEET - ILLAWARRA COMMUTERS—MS ANNA WATSON (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2919 LAUR EN APPLEBY - PR IMAR Y SCHOOLS SPOR TS ASSOCIATION COMPETITOR —MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2920 TAFE ENROLMENTS—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2921 NORTHERN BEACHES B-LINE—MR ROB STOKES (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 7823 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

2922 BYRON SHIRE DEVELOPMENT—MS TAMARA SMITH (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2923 DEMENTIA AUSTRALIA—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2924 HUNTER WATER REPORTS—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2925 RHYTHM REVUE PERFORMANCE GROUP—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2926 HARBORD HARLEQUINS OPEN DAY—MR JAMES GRIFFIN (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2927 WARIALDA HONEY FESTIVAL—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2928 CONTACTLESS PAYMENT SYSTEM—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2929 MOREE AMATEUR SWIMMING CLUB—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 15 March 2018—lapses 16 September 2018) 2930 CARDIFF RAILWAY STATION PARKING—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2931 WORLD PARKINSON'S DAY—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2932 NEWCASTLE LIGHT RAIL - BUSINESS ASSISTANCE—MR TIM CRAKANTHORP (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2933 SARAH HEATON - MUSICAL ACHIEVEMENTS—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2934 SWANSEA CHANNEL - SHOALING—MS YASMIN CATLEY (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2935 TOM BURKE - BALGOWLAH GOLF CLUB—MR JAMES GRIFFIN (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2936 NATIONAL DISABILITY INSURANCE SCHEME - BLUE MOUNTAINS FORUM—MS TRISH DOYLE (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2937 MOSMAN ROTARY CLUB—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2938 RAILWAY TRACK WORK BETWEEN SYDENHAM AND BANKSTOWN—MR JIHAD DIB (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 7824 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

2939 LOR D HOWE ISLAND DISCOVER Y DAY 2018 AND COMMUNITY MEMBER OF THE YEAR—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2940 NEWCASTLE BUSES—MS JODIE HARRISON (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2941 SMARTSHEPHERD—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2942 SCHOOL MAINTENANCE - CAMPBELLTOWN ELECTORATE—MR GREG WARREN (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2943 OPEN SPACES AND PLAYGROUNDS INVESTMENT—MR JAMES GRIFFIN (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2944 MORPETH RESIDENTS - CONSULTATION—MS JENNY AITCHISON (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2945 BRETT WHITELEY'S HOME—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2946 SMITHFIELD FIRE STATION ASBESTOS—MR GUY ZANGARI (Notice given 10 April 2018—lapses 11 October 2018) 2947 PUBLIC HOSPITAL FOR FORSTER AND TUNCURRY—MR STEPHEN BROMHEAD (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2948 MARYLAND FIRE STATION STAFFING—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2949 CATHOLIC EDUCATION SYSTEM—MR JAMES GRIFFIN (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2950 PORT OF NEWCASTLE - CONTAINER HANDLING—MR TIM CRAKANTHORP (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2951 GABY WATKINS - INVERELL SHOW SHOWGIRL—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2952 SYDNEY STADIUMS—MS ANNA WATSON (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2953 ROYAL NORTH SHORE HOSPITAL VOLUNTEERS—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2954 RAILWAY TIMETABLE CHANGES—MS TRISH DOYLE (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2955 SHARE OUR SPACE PROGRAM—MR KEVIN CONOLLY (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 7825 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

2956 COMMONWEALTH GAMES SHOOTING TEAM—MR PHILIP DONATO (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2957 MUSWELLBROOK TAFE—MR MICHAEL JOHNSEN (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2958 NELSON BAY ROAD DUPLICATION—MS KATE WASHINGTON (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2959 MIDCOAST ROAD AND BRIDGE IMPROVEMENT FUNDING—MR STEPHEN BROMHEAD (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2960 SCHOOL OPAL CARDS SUBSIDISATION—MS JODIE HARRISON (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2961 NATHAN CZINNER - HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2962 MAITLAND POLICE RESOURCES—MS JENNY AITCHISON (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2963 EMILY KEENAN - NETBALL ACHIEVEMENTS—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2964 CARTERS ROAD, LAKE MUNMORAH—MS YASMIN CATLEY (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2965 SYDNEY'S NORTH—MR JONATHAN O'DEA (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2966 NUCLEAR ENERGY—MS JULIA FINN (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2968 WESTERN SYDNEY TRANSPORT CORRIDOR—MS PRUE CAR (Notice given 11 April 2018—lapses 12 October 2018) 2969 FEMALE PARTICIPATION IN SPORT—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2970 MANNING BASE HOSPITAL REDEVELOPMENT—MR STEPHEN BROMHEAD (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2971 ORANGE - CONTAINER DEPOSIT COLLECTION POINTS—MR PHILIP DONATO (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2972 PALM BEACH AND WHALE BEACH ASSOCIATION—MR ROB STOKES (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2973 PORT STEPHENS - SCHOOL BUS SERVICE—MS KATE WASHINGTON (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 7826 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

2974 MAY GIBBS - NUTCOTE COTTAGE—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2975 NEWCASTLE AND LAKE MACQUARIE BUS SERVICES—MR TIM CRAKANTHORP (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2976 PORT MACQUARIE STEINER SCHOOL—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2977 CENTRAL COAST BUSINESS ENTERPRISE CENTRE—MR DAVID HARRIS (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2978 FRIENDS OF KOOLOONBUNG CREEK—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2979 NEWCASTLE TRANSPORT NETWORK—MS YASMIN CATLEY (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2980 JENNY GRAHAM - HORSE TRAINER—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2981 GR ANDPAR ENTS, R ELATIVES AND SUPPOR TER S R AISING KIDS NSW—MS JODIE HARRISON (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2982 SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS ABSOLUTELY EVERYBODY CHOIR—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2983 INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY—MR GREG WARREN (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2984 LIONS CLUB OF SYDNEY PACIFIC—MS JODI MCKAY (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2985 PUBLIC HOUSING WAITING LIST AND HOMELESSNESS—MS JENNY LEONG (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2986 YALLAH INTERCHANGE—MS ANNA WATSON (Notice given 12 April 2018—lapses 13 October 2018) 2987 GIDGET FOUNDATION—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 2988 FOOTBALL IN NEW SOUTH WALES—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 2989 HARBORD PARK ASSOCIATION—MR JAMES GRIFFIN (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 2990 HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTIONS—MS JENNY LEONG (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 7827 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

2991 PORT MACQUAR IE SAILING CLUB - SUMMER SER IES SAILING CHAMPIONSHIP—MR S LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 2992 PRISON POPULATION GROWTH—MR GUY ZANGARI (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 2993 NSW POLICE LEGACY FUNDR AISING - SER GEANT DAR R EN WILKINS—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 2994 FOOD FUTURES CENTRAL COAST PROJECT—MR DAVID HARRIS (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 2995 NEW POLICE RECRUITS—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 2996 CHILDSTORY—MS JODIE HARRISON (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 2997 BALGOWLAH SUNS AFL CLUB—MR JAMES GRIFFIN (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 2998 GREAT WESTERN HIGHWAY - TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS—MS TRISH DOYLE (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 2999 CAMDEN HAVEN DRAGON BOAT CLUB—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 3000 ETTALONG CHANNEL - DREDGING—MS LIESL TESCH (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 3001 JACK MONTGOMERY - CRICKET ACHIEVEMENTS—MR ADAM MARSHALL (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 3002 NEWCASTLE JETS FOOTBALL CLUB—MR TIM CRAKANTHORP (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 3003 ENSEMBLE THEATRE—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 3004 ANZAC DAY DAWN SERVICE - MERRYLANDS—MS JULIA FINN (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 3005 PORT MACQUARIE PIRATES RUGBY UNION TEAM—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 3006 MAY DAY—MS YASMIN CATLEY (Notice given 1 May 2018—lapses 2 November 2018) 7828 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

3007 TOLL RELIEF INITIATIVE—MR KEVIN CONOLLY (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3008 NEWCASTLE JETS FOOTBALL CLUB - GRAND FINAL—MS SONIA HORNERY (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3009 MID NORTH COAST - HOSPITAL VOLUNTEERS—MRS LESLIE WILLIAMS (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3010 SUPPORT FOR PARAMEDICS—MR TIM CRAKANTHORP (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3011 BABES AND PICNICS FUNDRAISING EFFORTS—MR CHRIS PATTERSON (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3012 RYDE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA - CRIME RATES—MR GUY ZANGARI (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3013 NSW ASSOCIATION OF JEWISH SER VICE AND EX-SER VICE MEN AND WOMEN—MS GABRIELLE UPTON (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3014 DROUGHT EMERGENCY RELIEF ASSISTANCE—MR PHILIP DONATO (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3015 BALMORAL SAILING CLUB—MS FELICITY WILSON (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3016 WARRAGAMBA DAM WALL AND FLOODPLAINS—MS TRISH DOYLE (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3017 WORLD TEACHERS' DAY—MR MARK COURE (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3018 NSW POLICE TRAINING IN DE-ESCALATION TECHNIQUES—MS JODIE HARRISON (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3019 NEW SOUTH WALES ECONOMY—MR JONATHAN O'DEA (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3020 UNANDERRA RAILWAY STATION - LIFTS—MR PAUL SCULLY (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3022 WESTCONNEX—MS JODI MCKAY (Notice given 2 May 2018—lapses 3 November 2018) 3023 WYONG - FUNDING FOR KEY PROJECTS—MR DAVID HARRIS (Notice given 3 May 2018—lapses 4 November 2018) 3024 SYDNEY METRO PROJECT—MR JAMES GRIFFIN (Notice given 3 May 2018—lapses 4 November 2018) 7829 BUSINESS PAPER Wednesday 15 August 2018

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