Official notification of statutory instruments and other legislative events
Week beginning 19 January 2009
(issued at 10:13, 27 January 2009)
1 NSW statutory instruments officially published online
Online notification of the making of statutory instruments
Following the commencement of the remaining provisions of the Interpretation Amendment Act 2006, the following statutory instruments are to be notified on the official NSW legislation website (www.legislation.nsw.gov.au) instead of being published in the Gazette:
(a) all environmental planning instruments, on and from 26 January 2009,
(b) all statutory instruments drafted by the Parliamentary Counsel’s Office and made by the Governor (mainly regulations and commencement proclamations) and court rules, on and from 2 March 2009.
Instruments for notification on the website are to be sent via email to email@example.com or fax (02) 9232 4796 to the Parliamentary Counsel's Office.
These instruments will be listed on the "Notification" page of the NSW legislation website and will be published as part of the permanent "As Made" collection on the website and also delivered to subscribers to the weekly email service. Principal statutory instruments also appear in the "In Force" collection where they are maintained in an up-to-date consolidated form.
Notified instruments will also be listed in the Gazette for the week following notification.
For further information about the new notification process contact the Parliamentary Counsel’s Office on (02) 9321 3333.
Ministerial Memorandum about new process.
2 NSW statutory instruments published in the Gazette
Proclamations commencing Acts
Regulations and other statutory instruments
Environmental Planning InstrumentsNil
For other government instruments and notices see the Gazette.
3 Legislative events relating to NSW
Consultation or Exposure BillsNil
Bills introduced etc
Bills revised following amendment in CommitteeNil
Bills passed by both Houses of ParliamentNil
Acts assented toNil
For the full text of Bills, and details on the passage of Bills, see the Bills tab on the Parliament of NSW website. (www.parliament.nsw.gov.au)
Paper reprints of Acts and regulations etc