Access to precincts of the House—Exit doors from chambers barred with a two-by-four
Access to precincts of the House—Members to have a voice in decision about changes
Access to precincts of the House—Precedent for ten day rule of expulsion from gallery
Accusations of something said fifteen years ago
Amendment not in order
Amendment not in order—Establish a tribunal to decide Fraser March question
Amendment not in order—Insertion of word "alleged " in third preamble and establishment of tribunal"
Appearance of Speaker and Chair of Committees in political photograph
Appearance of Speaker and staff in partisan political advertisement
Debate—Rules of—False statement given by Member—Statement must be withdrawn unequivocally
Debate—Rules of—False statement that court ordered Minister to issue a licence in St. Anthony
Debate—Rules of—Four minutes allocated to party taken up by bickering
Debate—Rules of—Members should not refer to visitors in the galleries
Debate—Rules of—Opportunity to speak to main motion
Debate—Rules of—Respect the integrity of all Members
Debate—Rules of—Taking turns in Committee
Debate—Rules of—Time allocations for Estimates debate
Debate—Rules of—Whether debate had stopped
Expulsion from Legislature
Impugning the motives of a Member
"Acceptance of the word of a Member"
"Batten down the hatches"
"Be a man"
"Cronies" and "corruption"
"Cut a deal"
"Old conflict of interest"
"Orders from Danny it was"
"Suggesting Member was bought and paid for"
"the Premier hates women"
Avoid use of first names of Members
Matters of urgent public importance—Public Galleries to remain open to public and Standing Orders 22 and 23 continue to govern conduct of strangers
Members Statements—Duration should not exceed ninety seconds
Members Statements—Should not comprise political matters
Mistruths about a Member—Issuing a licence in Twillingate
Motion must not revive discussion on matter which has been discussed in same session
Motion to debate keeping public galleries open denied—Liberal caucus will not participate in session further today
Oral Questions—Timing—Rules should be applied fairly
Order and decorum—Members not to address visitors in galleries
Order and decorum—Use of displays
Orders of the Day—Error on order paper
Point of Privilege—House of Assembly—Strangers' access to public galleries
Points of Order—A member may not direct remarks to the House or engage in debate by raising a matter under the guise of a point of order
Points of Order—Members should not raise same matter as point of privilege after a ruling, and vice-versa
Police within precincts of the House
Referring a question to a committee is not an amendment
Respect for the Chair
Rules of debate—Committee stage—Speech not carried over from one day to next
Rules of Debate—Documents Cited—Minister must be prepared to lay it on the Table
Rules of debate—Referring to a Member by title
Rules of debate—Referring to a Member's absence in the House unparliamentary
S.O. 63—Private Member's Day—When to give notice of motion with conflict of holiday
Security for precincts of the House not Premier's role
Speaker of the House of Assembly
Strangers—Cancellation of S.O. 23
Strangers—Exclusion from galleries
Strangers—Public galleries to remain closed until order and decorum can be respected by those attending
Strangers—Public galleries will reopen for visitors on Monday May 2
Tabled documents—Will Premier table correspondence citing his request to meet with the Food, Fish and Allied Workers
Time limit of sixty seconds to ask a question or give an answer
When to expect ruling on previous Point of Order on Premier's remark