Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 3 Hansard (8 March) . . Page.. 714..
Community and Health Services Complaints Act-Community and Health Services Complaints Appointment 2005 (No 1)-Disallowable Instrument DI2005-8 (LR, 10 February 2005).
Construction Occupations (Licensing) Act-Construction Occupations Licensing (Fees) Determination 2005-Disallowable Instrument DI2005-9 (LR, 3 February 2005).
Dangerous Substances Act-Dangerous Substances (Fees) Determination 2005 (No 1)-Disallowable Instrument DI2005-5 (LR, 28 January 2005).
Education Act-Education Regulation 2005-Subordinate Law SL2005-1 (LR, 10 February 2005).
Emergencies Act-Emergencies (Fees) Determination 2005-Disallowable Instrument DI2005-18 (without explanatory statement) (LR, 24 February 2005).
Health Professions Boards (Procedures) Act-Health Professions Boards (Procedures) Pharmacy Board Appointment 2005 (No 1)-Disallowable Instrument DI2005-12 (LR, 3 February 2005).
Occupational Health and Safety Act-Occupational Health and Safety Council Appointment 2005 (No 1)-Disallowable Instrument DI2005-15 (LR, 22 February 2005).
Public Places Names Act-
Public Place Names (Belconnen) Determination 2005 (No 1)-Disallowable Instrument DI2005-17 (LR, 24 February 2005).
Public Place Names (Harrison) Determination 2004 (No 2)-Disallowable Instrument DI2004-264 (LR, 17 December 2004).
Race and Sports Bookmaking Act-
Race and Sports Bookmaking (Operation of Sports Bookmaking Venues) Direction 2005 (No 1)-Disallowable Instrument DI2005-11 (LR, 3 February 2005).
Race and Sports Bookmaking (Rules for Sports Bookmaking) Determination 2005 (No 1)-Disallowable Instrument DI2005-10 (LR, 3 February 2005).
Road Transport (General) Act-
Road Transport (General) (Application of Road Transport Legislation) Declaration 2005 (No 2)-Disallowable Instrument DI2005-19 (LR, 24 February 2005).
Road Transport (General) (Numberplate Fees) Determination 2005 (No 1)-Disallowable Instrument DI2005-13 (LR, 15 February 2005).
Discussion of matter of public importance
MR SPEAKER: I have received letters from Mrs Burke, Mrs Dunne, Dr Foskey and Ms Porter proposing that matters of public importance be submitted to the Assembly for discussion. In accordance with the provisions of standing order 79, I have determined that the matter proposed by Mrs Dunne be submitted to the Assembly, namely:
The impact and significance of bullying in ACT schools.
MRS DUNNE (Ginninderra) (3.31): Mr Speaker, the impact of bullying on the ACT school system is one of considerable and growing concern to many who are involved in education. The government's responses to recent cases of bullying in ACT schools raise a number of worrying questions about the extent of bullying, its impact on students, teachers and parents, and what, if anything, is being done or can be done to address the various issues involved.