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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 7 Hansard (18 June) . . Page.. 2613..

(2) Total revenue up to 28 February 2009 is $2,164 million.

(3) The estimated outcome of the expected long term capital gains on superannuation investments for the 2008 09 financial year is $49.6 million, as published in 2008-09 Budget Mid Year Review. The February year to date expected long term capital gains on superannuation investments is $8.1 million.


(Question No 165)

Mr Seselja asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 2 April 2009 (redirected to the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services):

(1) How many seedlings have been provided under the Refrigerated Transportation, Management and Cold Storage of Pine Seedlings contract.

(2) How many of these have been planted.

(3) How many are currently in storage.

(4) How much has been paid to date to Roadmaster Pty Ltd.

Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

1. A total of 770,000 pine seedlings have been transported under the contract.

2. With the exception of one load of 48,200, seedlings all seedlings have been planted. The load of 48,200 seedlings was frozen in transport and a subsequent insurance claim resulted in reimbursement to the Territory.

Seedlings have been planted within existing plantations to prevent weed incursion and responsibly maintain the quality of the plantation.

3. No seedlings are currently in storage.

4. A total of $59,000 was paid for services under this contract in the 2007/08 and 2008/09 financial years.

Legislative Assembly—parliamentary privilege

(Question No 172)

Ms Le Couteur asked the Minister for Planning, upon notice, on 2 April 2009:

(1) What obligations is the Minister for Planning subject to under principles of natural justice to ensure that he does not tarnish an individual's reputation when speaking about them under parliamentary privilege, particularly if the Minister suggests the person may have broken the law.

(2) What precautions does the Minister for Planning take to ensure that the facts of a case are verified before answering questions in the Assembly in a way that identifies an individual, and could possibly tarnish the individual's reputation.

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