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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 4 Hansard (15 March) . . Page.. 1034..

MR CORBELL (continuing):

legitimate letters that I receive from people thanking me on behalf of all the staff at the Canberra Hospital for the very important services they provide to the community.

In closing, I received a letter today from a registered nurse which reads:

To Mr Corbell

I am a registered nurse currently working in the Child, Youth and Women's Health Program and have recently received the long awaited pay rise and back pay. I am very grateful for this remuneration and feel that our profession is at last becoming more valued within the community. So, thank you. It has been grateful appreciated.

That is of course in marked contrast to the work of the previous government under the Liberals that delivered real wage decreases to ACT public sector workers.

MRS DUNNE (Ginninderra) (4.52): Mr Speaker, in accordance with standing order 213, can I ask that the minister present the documents that he has just read from?

MR SPEAKER: Are you going to move a motion?

MRS DUNNE: In accordance with standing order 213, I move:

That the document quoted from by Mr Corbell, Minister for Health, be presented to the Assembly.

The Assembly voted-

Ayes 7

Noes 8

Mrs Burke

Mr Pratt

Mr Berry

Ms MacDonald

Mrs Dunne

Mr Seselja

Mr Corbell

Ms Porter

Dr Foskey

Mr Smyth

Mr Gentleman

Mr Quinlan

Mr Mulcahy

Mr Hargreaves

Mr Stanhope

Question so resolved in the negative.

MR SPEAKER: Order! The time alloted for the debate has expired.

The Assembly adjourned at 4.55 pm.

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