Gambling Bill Introduced

Published: Wed 21 May 2014 02:16 PM
A new gambling bill was introduced when Parliament sat today.
Amongst the documents presented were the Department of Correction’s Statement of Intent, the Auditor-General’s report, “Schools: Results of the 2012 audits” and the report of a parliamentary delegation to Mexico.
The Gambling Amendment Bill (No 3) was introduced and MPs then began Question Time.
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