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Questions without Notice: Superannuation (9 Mar 2023)

“My question is to the Assistant Treasurer and concerns the government's new super tax. If an Australian who owns an asset through his or her superannuation fund receives a tax bill because of an unrealised gain in one year but this asset is subsequently revalued resulting in a loss, will that Australian be eligible for a refund of the tax paid?”

Bills: National Reconstruction Fund Corporation Bill 2022; Second Reading (8 Mar 2023)

“The question is that this bill be now read a second time. There being more than one voice calling for a division, in accordance with standing order 133 the division is deferred until the first opportunity the next sitting day. Debate adjourned.”

Statements by Members: Auger, Mr David (6 Mar 2023)

“I'm sad to inform the House of the passing of a veritable giant of the shooting industry, Mr David Auger. David was a larger-than-life character. A person to always speak his mind, David was brutally honest. We often joked that he was a great salesman but would make a terrible politician. Born in the UK, David emigrated to Australia when he was 19. He brought his spirit and energy with him,...”

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