Hon Judi Moylan


Speeches


Ajournment - Juvenile Diabetes

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (21:48): Since the early formation of the bipartisan Parliamentary Diabetes Support Group in the parliament just over a decade ago, it has advocated for strong national policy initiatives for people with diabetes and in particular for children who live daily with t... ... (10-Oct)

PRIVATE MEMBERS' BUSINESS - Wind Turbines

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (18:59): Because I am the first speaker to this motion tonight, I take the opportunity to thank my colleagues from both sides of the chamber for making a contribution to this debate. I notice that there has been considerable interest in it. In particular I thank my... ... (19-Mar)

Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Amendment (R 18+ Computer Games) Bill 2012

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (10:31): I am very pleased to have the opportunity to speak on this legislation on the Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Amendment (R 18+ Computer Games) Bill 2012, which seeks to introduce an R18+ category for computer games, aligning the exi... ... (15-Mar)

Adjournment - Diabetes

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (19:01): It is timely that I have the call for this adjournment debate this evening, because this morning in Parliament House the Parliamentary Diabetes Support Group joined with Diabetes Australia and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation to launch a new resea... ... (14-Mar)

Federation Chamber - Petition: Diabetes

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (12:51): I have the pleasure of presenting a petition signed by 5,294 people, with the Australasian Podiatry Council as the principal petitioner, regarding Medicare funded allied health visits for diabetes related lower-limb problems, which has been considered by t... ... (01-Mar)

COMMITTEES - Social Policy and Legal Affairs Committee Report - In the Wake of Disasters (The Operation of the Insurance Industry during disaster events)

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (17:18): From the outset can I also thank the chair of the committee and the secretariat of the committee for the splendid work they did to facilitate this inquiry and to reach what I think are very sensible conclusions and recommendations that I hope the governmen... ... (29-Feb)

Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records Bill 2011, Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2011, Second Reading

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (21:26): I note we will only get a couple of minutes but I would like to respond to some of the criticisms by the member for Shortland, because although it is true the coalition government has been critical of the way in which this proposed measure will be implemen... ... (29-Feb)

Air Services (Aircraft Noise) Amendment Bill 2011 Second Reading

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (10:25): I move: That this bill be now read a second time. I bring the Air Services (Aircraft Noise) Amendment Bill 2011 to the parliament in response to many people in the electorate of Pearce and beyond who were affected by a significant change in flights pat... ... (31-Oct)

National Health Reform Amendment (National Health Performance Authority) Bill 2011

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (13:35): When introducing the National Health Amendment (National Health Performance Authority) Bill 2011 the Minister for Health and Ageing in her second reading speech declared that the National Health Performance Authority would form 'part of the backbone' of th... ... (07-Jul)

Social Policy and Legal Affairs Committee - Reclaiming Public Space: inquiry into the regulation of outdoor and billboard advertising

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (10:34): From the outset I acknowledge the excellent work by the Chair of the Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs, the member for Moreton, in the conduct of this inquiry and by my colleagues on this committee. In its submission to the inquiry into... ... (04-Jul)

Air Services (Aircraft Noise) Amendment Bill 2011

First Reading Bill presented by Ms Moylan. Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (11:13): From the outset, I thank the member for Swan for seconding the Air Services (Aircraft Noise) Amendment Bill 2011 and for his input into the drafting of it. In October 2009 I came into this place and made the c... ... (04-Jul)

Private Members' Business - World Refugee Day

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (19:47): Sixty years ago, Australia was the sixth country in the world to sign the United Nations refugee convention. Since the convention came into force, 750,000 refugees have made Australia their home. As this motion says, refugees have contributed to every aspe... ... (20-Jun)

Private Members' Business - Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (12:57): I thank the member for Moore, who is not in the chamber at the moment, for seconding the motion and also for his sensible contribution so far to this discussion as a member of parliament and as a medical practitioner. On 25 February this year the Minister ... ... (30-May)

Social Policy and Legal Affairs Committee Statement

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (10:11 AM) —On 14 December 2010 the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs resolved to conduct an inquiry into the regulation of billboard and outdoor advertising. Earlier this year the committee resolved to widen the scope o... ... (21-Mar)

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ BUSINESS - Workforce Participation of People with a Disability

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (11:02 AM) —I am pleased to have the opportunity to bring this motion to the House. I thank the member for Gilmore for her unwavering support and for seconding this motion. I also take the opportunity to thank all of my colleagues who are participating in this deba... ... (28-Feb)

CONDOLENCES - Australian Natural Disasters

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (11:58 AM) —With the advent of the 2011 new year came floods, fires, cyclones and storms across the country. The ferocity of these events and the damage they wrought over several states shocked and distressed many. I think there was hardly a dry eye in this House w... ... (21-Feb)

ADJOURNMENT - Bowel Cancer

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (10:20 PM) —Over the last year or so, one of the most talked about issues in my electorate, and one that I have the most correspondence about, is the matter of bowel cancer screening. Bowel cancer is Australia’s second most lethal cancer, after lung cancer. It kill... ... (21-Feb)

Private Members' Business - Asylum Seekers

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (9:23 PM) —From 2001 to 2005 I, with others in this place—the member for McMillan was one—worked to encourage changes to the Migration Act and its administration. Concern heightened in the public domain about the treatment of asylum seekers and the administration o... ... (21-Feb)

SPECIAL DISABILITY TRUSTS - Report from Main Committee

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (10:31 AM) —by leave—I move: That this House: (1) acknowledges the work of carers, and in particular ageing parents caring for profoundly disabled dependents; (2) recognises that ageing parent carers remain deeply concerned about the diminishing capa... ... (24-Nov)

HUMAN RIGHTS (PARLIAMENTARY SCRUTINY) BILL 2010 HUMAN RIGHTS (PARLIAMENTARY SCRUTINY) (CONSEQUENTIAL PROVISIONS) BILL 2010

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (9:10 PM) —It is interesting that, as far back as 1992—just before I was elected to this House—the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade delivered its first report titled A review of Australia’s efforts to promote and protect human rights. ... ... (22-Nov)

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