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Today In Parliament

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Today in the Legislative Assembly

Bills for completion this week

Climate Change Bill 2016
Creative Victoria Bill 2016
Owner Drivers and Forestry Contractors Amendment Bill 2016
Urban Renewal Authority Victoria Amendment (Development Victoria) Bill 2016
Wrongs Amendment (Organisational Child Abuse) Bill 2016

For detailed and up to date information visit Assembly Live.

Today in the Legislative Council

The Council starts sitting at 9.30am today and General Business takes precedence. Business likely to be debated is:

  1. Order of the Day No. 1 - Corrections Amendment (Parole) Bill 2016 - second reading
  2. Order of the Day No. 2 - Children, Youth and Families Amendment (Youth Offenders) Bill 2016 - second reading
  3. Order of the Day No. 3 - Summary Offences Amendment (Begging or Gathering Alms) Bill 2016 - second reading
  4. Notice of Motion No. 350 - Order for the production of documents relating to public holidays
  5. Order of the Day No. 4 - Resumption of debate on motion regarding the Andrews Government two-year anniversary
  6. Notice of Motion No. 349 - Motion calling for a moratorium on the Great Forest National Park
  7. Notice of Motion No. 331 - Motion relating to the Victorian prison system
  8. Notice of Motion No. 339 - Motion relating to the closure of Hazelwood Power Station

Please note the order of business listed above is a guide only and is subject to change.

Committees

Inquiry into the Domestic Animals Amendment (Puppy Farms and Pet Shops) Bill 2016 - Report tabled

The Economy and Infrastructure Committee has made 18 recommendations in its report tabled today on the Domestic Animals Amendment (Puppy Farms and Pet Shops Bill) 2016. Follow the link to read the report. Read more

Inquiry into Youth Justice Centres in Victoria - Have your say

Public submissions can now be made for the parliamentary inquiry into youth justice centres in Victoria. The inquiry by the Legal and Social Issues Committee will examine issues arising at youth justice centres, including at Parkville and Malmsbury.   Read more

Inquiry into Community Energy Projects - Public hearings

The Economic, Education, Jobs and Skills Committee will be in Geelong on Monday 5 December to learn about innovation in energy storage technologies and hold a public hearing for the community energy projects inquiry. Deakin University, the Renew Point Henry... Read more

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La Trobe and Swinburne interns graduate

2016 InternsA graduation ceremony has been held at Parliament House for the 2nd semester of the Victorian Parliamentary Internship Program.

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Call for submissions on youth justice centres

Youth JusticePublic submissions can now be made for the parliamentary inquiry into youth justice centres in Victoria.

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Campaigner urges men to help stop the violence

WhiteRibbon Breakfast 24Nov2016 NEWSTHUMBCo-founder of the White Ribbon Campaign, Michael Kaufman, has called for leadership and personal commitment from men to stop violence against women.

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Victorian Parliament turns 160

VicParl160This week the Victorian Parliament marks its 160th anniversary, having met for the first time on 21 November 1856.

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Hushed sounds echo through the House

Melbourne Music WeekA variety of Victorians artists have featured in two special Melbourne Music Week concerts inside Parliament House.

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The (young) people’s house

Live at the StepsAround 5000 young Victorians have helped to launch Melbourne Music Week at a concert held on the iconic steps of Parliament House.

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Artistic journey along Silk Road

<a href="http://www.parliament.vic.gov.au/about/news">An exhibition of contemporary Chinese calligraphy and painting has been opened at Parliament House.

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On This Day

Tuesday, 7 December, 1943

George Hamilton Lamb died as a prisoner of war on the Burma Railway whilst still a Member of the Legislative Assembly. He was the only sitting Victorian Member of Parliament to pass away during active war service, whilst in office. George Lamb was MLA for Lowan from March 1935 to December 1943. He served in the Australian Imperial Force 1940-1943, 2/2nd Pioneer battalion, Middle East and Java as a lieutenant. He became a Prisoner of War in Java in 1942.