Hon Judi Moylan


Speeches


Courts and Tribunals Legislation Amendment (Administration) Bill 2012 - Report from Committee

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (12:11): Before discussing the actual findings of the Social Policy and Legal Affairs Committee advisory report into the Courts and Tribunals Legislation Amendment (Administration) Bill 2012, it is worth mentioning the irony that I see in the way that this bill has... ... (13-Feb)

Federation Chamber- Pearce Electorate Australia Day Awards

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (10:30): Every year as we celebrate Australia Day and the national honours are announced I cannot help but reflect on the thousands of men, women and children who make a voluntary contribution to their local community. Their generosity in sharing their time, talent... ... (13-Feb)

Federation Chamber- Grievance Debate- African Air Disaster

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (21:09): I appreciate the opportunity to raise a grievance in this debate this evening on behalf of one of my constituents. It has been almost 8½ years since South African registered plane ZS-KOX crashed while returning from a flight to Victoria Falls in Zambia. On... ... (13-Feb)

Adjournment- Mr Robert Juniper

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (21:49): On 7 January 1929, Robert Juniper was born in the Western Australian wheat belt town of Merredin. It was a childhood deeply connected to the Australian landscape, as Robert's father worked on the pipeline project and the family lived on the track. It was a... ... (13-Feb)

Migration Amendment (Unauthorised Maritime Arrivals and Other Measures) Bill 2012- Second Reading

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (18:40): Before I speak to the bill I would like to acknowledge in this chamber the very courageous and wise words of the member for McMillan. I feel privileged indeed to count him as a friend and to have him as a colleague in this place. The Migration Amendment ... ... (28-Nov)

PRIVATE MEMBERS' BUSINESS- Juvenile Diabetes

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (11:08): I would like to thank the member for Shortland for bringing this very important motion forward. On Thursday, as she said, 100 young Australians from across the country will come to Parliament House with one request: 'Promise to remember me.' These young Au... ... (28-Nov)

PRIVATE MEMBERS' BUSINESS- White Ribbon Day

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (19:15): I am very grateful to the member for Fowler for bringing this motion today. I feel enormously proud that so many men in this parliament have taken a lead in speaking on this issue. I think it is really fantastic. I listened with great interest to the passi... ... (28-Nov)

GRIEVANCE DEBATE- World Diabetes Day

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (20:58): I welcome the opportunity to use this grievance debate to talk about World Diabetes Day, which happened last week when the parliament was not sitting. We had an excellent lunch, which had been arranged by Diabetes Australia, at the Lodge. Mr Matheson was a... ... (28-Nov)

PRIVATE MEMBERS BUSINESS- Asylum Seekers: Sri Lanka

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (19:47): In rising to speak to this motion, first of all I thank the member for Chifley for giving us the opportunity to debate the issue. I do not wish to engage in a debate which is just purely pointscoring. I think that these are serious issues. It is not just a... ... (16-Nov)

Adjournment - National Diabetes Services Scheme: 25th Anniversary

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (16:39): Madam Speaker, may I congratulate you on your elevation to high office. Last night, Diabetes Australia celebrated 25 years of administering the National Diabetes Services Scheme. The NDSS is a world-leading program, delivering diabetes related products at ... ... (16-Nov)

Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Bill 2012

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (12:03): by leave—As Deputy Chair of the Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs I also rise to speak on the advisory report. The Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Bill 2012 was developed in response to the Australian Law Reform Commiss... ... (16-Nov)

Do Not Knock Register Bill 2012 - Report from Committee

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (10:26): From the outset I acknowledge the work of the member for Hindmarsh in bringing his private member's bill to the House. The Do Not Knock Register Bill 2012 seeks to implement a do not knock register similar to the Do Not Call Register which was implemented ... ... (10-Oct)

Australian National Internships Program

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (13:55): Earlier this year I had the privilege of participating in the Australian National Internships Program and was assigned a student from ANU. I have previously participated in the program which provides the opportunity for a student to work in Parliament Hous... ... (10-Oct)

Judicial Misbehaviour and Incapacity (Parliamentary Commissions) Bill 2012, Courts Legislation Amendment (Judicial Complaints) Bill 2012- Second Reading

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (18:41): I am pleased to have an opportunity to speak on the Judicial Misbehaviour and Incapacity (Parliamentary Commissions) Bill 2012 and the Courts Legislation Amendment (Judicial Complaints) Bill 2012 because earlier this year they came before the House of Repr... ... (10-Oct)

Migration Legislation Amendment (Offshore Processing and Other Measures) Bill 2011 - Second Reading

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (11:59): Can I begin by associating myself with the comments made by the member for New England about the work of the informal cross-party group and the goodwill that really existed within that group to try to find a sensible way to break the deadlock that this par... ... (10-Oct)

Social Security Legislation Amendment (Fair Incentives to Work) Bill 2012- Second Reading

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (10:05): The Social Security Legislation Amendment (Fair Incentives to Work) Bill 2012 seeks to inflict an 18.5 per cent cut in payments to over 100,000 single parents at a time when the cost of living is skyrocketing and power bills alone have increased by over 60... ... (10-Oct)

Migration Legislation Amendment (The Bali Process) Bill 2012 - Speech

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (18:27): This morning, over 50 members of this parliament met here with a genuine desire to explore a way forward to break the stalemate that has prevented this parliament from agreeing to legislation to improve the way we manage our responses and our responsibilit... ... (10-Oct)

PRIVATE MEMBERS BUSINESS - International Arms Trade Treaty

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (10:24): Yes, I second the motion. I am appreciative of the opportunity to speak on this important motion and I thank the member for Fremantle for bringing it to the attention of this parliament today. Each day the scourge of war directly affects millions across th... ... (10-Oct)

Australian Human Rights Commission Amendment (National Children's Commissioner) Bill 2012- Second Reading

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (10:50): Australia has a long history of advocating for and protecting human rights of its citizens. A central tenet of that protection is the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, which was established in 1986. Since then, the Australian Human Rights Comm... ... (10-Oct)

Air Services (Aircraft Noise) Amendment Bill 2011 - Second Reading

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (11:08): I rise to speak on the amendments to the Air Services (Aircraft Noise) Amendment Bill 2011. These amendments result from wide-ranging consultations with people involved in the aircraft industry. Following the second reading speech on this bill in October l... ... (10-Oct)

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