Hon Judi Moylan


Speeches


WHEAT MARKETING AMENDMENT BILL 2007

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (7.48 p.m.)—I welcome the opportunity to speak to the Wheat Marketing Amendment Bill 2007, which has six key elements to address the future of marketing wheat internationally. These elements comprise: the extension of the Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and ... ... (18-Jun)

SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENT (APPRENTICESHIP WAGE TOP-UP FOR AUSTRALIAN APPRENTICES) BILL 2007

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (6.51 p.m.)—I am very pleased to have an opportunity to speak to the Social Security Amendment (Apprenticeship Wage Top-Up for Australian Apprentices) Bill 2007, which gives effect to a commitment in this year’s budget to invest in young Australian apprentices. Tho... ... (17-Jun)

APPROPRIATION BILL (NO. 1) 2007-2008

APPROPRIATION BILL (NO. 2) 2007-2008 APPROPRIATION (PARLIAMENTARY DEPARTMENTS) BILL (NO. 1) 2007-2008 APPROPRIATION BILL (NO. 5) 2006-2007 APPROPRIATION BILL (NO. 6) 2006-2007 Second Reading Speech Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (11.02 a.m.)—That was a very interesting speech. I can only s... ... (30-May)

NATIONAL HEALTH AMENDMENT (PHARMACEUTICAL BENEFITS SCHEME) BILL 2007

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (12.20 p.m.)—It is a wonderful opportunity to speak to the National Health Amendment (Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme) Bill 2007 because clearly medications have moved ahead in recent times; prescription medication saves the lives of thousands of people and indeed i... ... (30-May)

SCHOOLS ASSISTANCE (LEARNING TOGETHER—ACHIEVEMENT THROUGH CHOICE AND OPPORTUNITY) AMENDMENT (2007 BUDGET MEASURES) BILL 2007

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (7.22 p.m.)—I certainly welcome the opportunity to speak to the Schools Assistance (Learning Together—Achievement Through Choice and Opportunity) Amendment (2007 Budget Measures) Bill 2007. It is part of the budget measures for 2007. I particularly welcome followin... ... (28-May)

Public Works Committee Reports

(Pearce) (4.53 p.m.)—On behalf of the Parliamentary Joint Standing Committee on Public Works I present the second, third and fourth reports for 2007 of the committee relating to Defence Force School of Signals redevelopment, Simpson Barracks, Watsonia, Victoria; National Towers Progra... ... (22-May)

Personal Explanation

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (3.47 p.m.)—Mr Speaker, I wish to make a personal explanation. Interjection The SPEAKER—Does the honourable member claim to have been misrepresented? Continue Mrs MOYLAN—I do. Interjection The SPEAKER—Please proceed. Continue Mrs MOYLAN—I believe I ... ... (22-May)

PRIVATE MEMBERS MOTION: ZIMBABWE

Having spoken to a similar motion put to this Parliament by the Member for Cook in November 2005, it grieves me to think that as dire as the situation was then, it has deteriorated markedly since. The only consolation is that since this motion by the Member for Throsby was selected... ... (25-Mar)

FARM HOUSEHOLD SUPPORT AMENDMENT BILL 2007 (Second Reading)

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (9.14 a.m.)—I will continue where I left off yesterday afternoon. I was commenting on some points that were made by the member for New England in this House yesterday. He said that drought is a fact of life in this country and that one sometimes wonders why it is n... ... (21-Mar)

FARM HOUSEHOLD SUPPORT AMENDMENT BILL 2007 (Second reading)

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (7.22 p.m.)—I am really pleased to have an opportunity to participate in this debate on the Farm Household Support Amendment Bill 2007. I begin my remarks by saying that I am supportive of this bill as it further assists rural communities and the vital businesses p... ... (20-Mar)

COMMITTEES - Public Works Committee (70th annual report of the committee)

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (4.21 p.m.)—On behalf of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works I present the 70th annual report of the committee, and I move: That the report be made a parliamentary paper. Continue Mrs MOYLAN—by leave—In accordance with section 16 of the Publ... ... (20-Mar)

ADJOURNMENT - Bushfires - Ms Michelle Mack

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (9.05 p.m.)—In recent days bushfires have taken an enormous toll on many communities in the Pearce electorate, especially in this last couple of weeks, and none have been more devastating than the fire in Toodyay recently which sadly caused the loss of the life of ... ... (12-Feb)

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ BUSINESS: Australian Aid Program

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (1.29 p.m.)—Firstly I thank my colleague the member for Riverina for bringing before the House this motion on the Australian aid program. The member for Riverina was elected to the Asia-Pacific group of the Coordinating Committee of Women Parliamentarians in the IP... ... (11-Feb)

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ BUSINESS: Human Rights: Burma

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (5.03 p.m.)—May I acknowledge my colleague the member for Cook and thank him for the opportunity to speak on this motion calling for the State Peace and Development Council in Myanmar to allow its citizens to peacefully exercise their rights to freedom of associati... ... (11-Feb)

LOCAL GOVERNMENT motion

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