Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2000 Week 8 Hansard (29 August) . . Page.. 2545..
MR BERRY (continuing):
Police staff cuts-Copies of newspaper articles-
Cuts put women at greater risk of attack, says Carnell-The Canberra Times, dated February 5 1993, page 5.
No go area-Terror stalks Civic after dark-Community Times, dated February 10, 1993, page 1.
Mr Stanhope interjecting-
MR SPEAKER: I warn you, Mr Stanhope.
Mr Speaker presented the following papers:
Legislative Assembly (Broadcasting of Proceedings) Act, pursuant to section 8-Authority to broadcast proceedings concerning public hearings, of:
The Standing Committee on Education, Community Services and Recreation on 20 July and 17 August 2000 in relation to its inquiry into adolescents and young people at risk of not achieving satisfactory education and training outcomes, dated 18 and 24 July 2000, respectively.
The Standing Committee on Health and Community Care in relation to its inquiry on 2 and 22 August 2000 into cannabis use, dated 20 July and 21 August 2000, respectively.
The Standing Committee on Planning and Urban Services in relation to its inquiry on 4 and 11 August 2000 into the Motor Traffic (Amendment) Bill (No 3), dated 2 August 2000.
Death of Sir William Keys-Condolence motion-Letter of appreciation from Sir William's widow, Dulcie Keys, dated 13 July 2000.
Mandatory sentencing laws, the stolen generation and reconciliation-Assembly resolution of 24 May 2000-Letter from Chair, ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Consultative Council, Chief Minister's Department, dated 10 August 2000, acknowledging the resolution.
Study trips-Reports by-
Mr Wood, MLA-Jersey, the United Kingdom, 9-13 April 2000.
Mr Cornwell, MLA-Northern Territory Legislative Assembly, 2-5 July 2000.
Financial Management Act, Pursuant to section 25A-Legislative Assembly for the Australian Capital Territory-Performance report for the June Quarter 1999-2000.
MR SPEAKER: Members will recall that, on 10 May 2000, the Assembly passed a motion of condolence on the death of Sir William Keys. Sir William Keys' widow, Dulcie Keys, has forwarded to me a letter of appreciation to members, which I have presented. Members will note from the letter that Sir William died at home, rather than in a hospice.