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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 3 Hansard (21 March) . . Page.. 1027..


MS BURCH: My advocacy on behalf of our community is always greeted with enthusiasm by Senator Lundy.

Ms Gallagher: I ask that all further questions be placed on the notice paper.

Fire management unit

Government response to resolution

MS GALLAGHER: Yesterday, Mr Smyth asked a question around a report back to the Assembly on the fire management unit. There have been no changes to the fire management unit. Therefore there has been no need to report to the Assembly.

Mr Smyth: Thank you for your wisdom. Mr Corbell was so off the base.

MS GALLAGHER: Thank you for that graciousness.

Supplementary answers to questions without notice

Health—restaurant closures

MS GALLAGHER: In relation to the food safety supplementary question I was asked by Mr Smyth in relation to a question from Mr Hanson, I will be tabling a progress report on the implementation of the Auditor-General's recommendations on Thursday, 29 March.

Planning—deconcessionalisation

MR CORBELL: Earlier in question time Ms Le Couteur, if I recall correctly, asked me what were the rights of review of a decision in relation to deconcessionalisation. I can confirm my earlier advice that a decision to deconcessionalise a lease is treated in the same way as a development application—it is publically notified. Provided a person has made an on-time submission to the development application, they are able to seek an administrative review of the decision.

Personal explanation

DR BOURKE (Ginninderra—Minister for Education and Training, Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs, Minister for Industrial Relations and Minister for Corrections): Mr Speaker, I claim to have been misrepresented. Yesterday in question time Mrs Dunne made the following statement—

MR SPEAKER: Under standing order 46 you are supposed to seek the leave of the Speaker.

DR BOURKE: I seek that leave.

MR SPEAKER: You have the floor, Dr Bourke.

DR BOURKE: I claim to have been misrepresented. Yesterday in question time Mrs Dunne made the following statement:


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