Information that Members present in Parliament on a particular Bill or Amendment to Bill.
Questions To Government
This section refers to any Constituent Questions, Questions without notice or questions with notice. Questions on Notice are written requests for information, asked by Members to Ministers, often requiring detailed responses concerning Government administration. Questions without notice generally require a written answer directed by the President. Constituency Questions are lodged by the member on behalf of a constituent in their area.
A speech made by any member of the council about an event they attended or something they saw in their electorate. Does not require a response or call to action.
A debate usually at the end of each sitting day of Parliament, where members can make a speech about any subject on the motion. Council Standing Orders provide that when a member raises a matter during the adjournment debate for which a response is required, the relevant minister must provide a response in the House at the time the matter is raised, or in writing within 30 days.