Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 2 Hansard (9 March) . . Page.. 613..
the information of members I table the following paper, which is an erratum to the ministerial travel report that I presented yesterday:
Ministerial Travel Report—1 January to 31 December 2010—Erratum.
MRS DUNNE (Ginninderra): Mr Speaker, I seek leave to make a brief statement in relation to the question I asked Mr Corbell in—
Mr Hargreaves: Under what standing order?
MRS DUNNE: I would like to clarify something. I may have inadvertently misled, so I would like to make a brief statement of clarification. in relation to a supplementary question—
MR SPEAKER: Is it a personal explanation under standing order 46?
MRS DUNNE: Okay, okay.
MR SPEAKER: Yes, Mrs Dunne.
MRS DUNNE: In asking Mr Corbell about the tabling of papers today I said that his submission was not on the website. On reflection, the last time I looked on the website was Friday last week. It may have gone up since then, so I just want to make it perfectly clear that the last time I checked it was not on the website, which was last week.
Motion of censure
MRS DUNNE (Ginninderra) (2.59): Ms Bresnan's amendments are interesting, and the speech that she gave revealed some interesting matters which I think that we will be holding Ms Bresnan and the Greens to as things develop over the year. Without a doubt one of the most common and persistent running sores of this Assembly and of this government has been—
MRS DUNNE: You are a low, low act. You are a low act. The persistent problems of Mr Corbell and the prison have been a besetting problem of this government and, given everything that Ms Bresnan said today about how she does not like to have to deal with these things and she is sick and tired of having to deal with these things, maybe she would be better off if she did something about the competence of the minister responsible and if she did something to hold this incompetent minister to account.