Senator RHIANNON: I want to ask about noise insulation with regard to Western Sydney Airport. What are your plans for noise insulating buildings, because this airport will be a 24/7 operation, if it goes ahead?
Senator RHIANNON: I understand that recommendations from the Australian National Audit Office when they undertook the audit into the management and compliance arrangements of the Department of the Environment and Energy for governing the wildlife trade have all been adopted. I wanted to ask some questions about that.
Mr Knudson: Unfortunately, that section of the department is 1.4.
Senator RHIANNON: For three decades this parliament has been discussing the introduction of a code of conduct for senators and MPs in the House of Representatives. Could you tell us where those discussions are up to after three decades please?
Senator Brandis: To whom is your question directed?
Senator RHIANNON: Maybe to the secretary. To whoever has the most information about it.
Senator RHIANNON: I want to return to the Australian National Audit Office's report on WestConnex. Where are you at with it? Is it something there have been discussions on, some lessons learnt and reflections on, or is it that it is gathering dust on the bookshelf and you are thinking, 'Well, we escaped that bullet'? Where does it sit for you?