Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 4 Hansard (6 April) . . Page.. 1441..
The answer to that question is no; it is not true.
MR CORBELL: During question time yesterday Ms Bresnan asked me a question about modelling undertaken in relation to the feed-in tariff for medium scale energy generation and I committed to table the advice I received from the ICRC as soon as possible. I table the following advice for the information of members:
Energy feed-in tariff—Copy of letter to Mr Corbell, Minister for Energy, from Paul Baxter, Senior Commissioner, Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission, dated 30 March 2011.
Schools—child protection policy
MR BARR: Yesterday in question time Mr Coe asked me a question in relation to an ACT Department of Education and Training policy "Child protection and reporting child abuse and neglect in ACT public schools". I think in our exchange across the chamber he in fact invited me to read out the entire document into Hansard. I will resist that temptation this afternoon and simply table it for members. It is, of course, available on the department's website and has been for quite some time. I present the following paper:
Child protection and reporting child abuse and neglect in ACT public schools—Policy, dated 2010.
Motion of censure
MRS DUNNE (Ginninderra) (2.58): I rose to speak before lunchtime, but I am glad now that I gave way to the Chief Minister, because it was a very instructive 10-minute exposition from the Chief Minister. We are debating an extensive motion which essentially is the litany of failures resulting in the Canberra Liberals moving censure of the Attorney-General for his role as the minister for corrective services.
The Chief Minister in 10 minutes could not bring himself to say one good thing about the Attorney-General and the minister for corrective services. In fact, he could not bring himself to even mention his name, because, in the revolving door of the people who are jostling to become either the Chief Minister or the Deputy Chief Minister on the Chief Minister's departure, the Chief Minister is confronted with the fact that, as he moves down the line, to his right he has got the Deputy Chief Minister and then a successive array of ministers who can be called dumb, dumber and dumbest, and we can work out which order we want to put them in.
Mr Corbell: I raise a point of order—
MRS DUNNE: The point is here—