MORRIS (Mornington) (17:10:55): I should indicate at the outset that I only intend to speak for a very brief period on this bill. It is a fairly straightforward bill. In fact it is pretty much a stock standard revocation bill.
Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (11:35:08): My question is for the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change.
Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (17:18:49): I am pleased to join this debate on the Dangerous Goods Amendment (Penalty Reform) Bill 2019, which, as the title suggests, is about increasing the penalties on a range of offences and creating a new offence of reckless conduct in respect of dangerous goods.
Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (16:23:22): I am delighted to join this debate on the Renewable Energy (Jobs and Investment) Amendment Bill 2019, a three-page bill to amend a 10-page act.
The SPEAKER: Order! When the house comes to order—with the assistance of the Premier. Order!
Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (10:28:36): I am pleased to open the debate on behalf of the Liberal and National parties in the Parliament on the Flora and Fauna Guarantee Amendment Bill 2019.An amendment of what is now a fairly long-in-the-tooth act, the Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988.
Mr MORRIS (Mornington) (13:32:16): It is a pleasure to rise to open the debate on behalf of the coalition on the Environment Protection Amendment Bill 2019 which, as the long title tells us, is a bill to amend the Environment Protection Act 1970 to prohibit the provision of certain plastic...