Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 12 Hansard (19 October) . . Page.. 3864..
MR QUINLAN (continuing):
If there are any more letters that I have missed—that would in fact validate the claim that you have made in public that you have been in touch with me on numerous occasions in relation to valuation—I would appreciate them. In fact, this house will find it important for you to provide them.
Temporary Deputy Speakers
Revocation of nomination and nomination
MR SPEAKER: Members, pursuant to standing order 8, I revoke the nomination of Mrs Burke as Temporary Deputy Speaker and nominate Mrs Dunne. I would like, at the same time, to thank Mrs Burke for her skilled care and attention to the position when she has acted in the chair. I present my warrant or revocation and nomination:
Pursuant to the provisions of standing order 8, I—
1. revoke the nomination of Mrs Burke as a temporary Deputy Speaker, and
2. nominate Mrs Dunne to act as a temporary Deputy Speaker.
Given under my hand on 19 October 2005.
Mr Wayne Bruce Berry
19 October 2005
Mr Speaker presented the following paper:
Study trip—Report by Mrs Vicki Dunne MLA—National Symposium on Sustainable Water Management, Canberra—15-16 September 2005.
Ms Gallagher presented the following paper:
Dangerous Substance (Asbestos) Amendment Bill 2005 (No 2)—revised explanatory statement.
MS GALLAGHER (Molonglo—Minister for Education and Training, Minister for Children, Youth and Family Support, Minister for Women and Minister for Industrial Relations) (3.34): I will gladly take my second 15 minutes if the opposition is not interested in talking about the impact of the federal government's industrial relations reforms on the ACT. I presume that, because of the extensive briefings Mr Mulcahy has had over recent months, he knows what is in it and that it is all good for the ACT, which is why they do not need to worry about participating in this discussion on it.