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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 3 Hansard (22 March) . . Page.. 1165..


The Association of Community Theatre best youth actor in a feature role or play went to Jake Brown as Mr Collins in Pride and Prejudice. Association of Community Theatre best youth actor in a featured role in a musical went to Nathan Fernandez as Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast. The Association of Community Theatre best youth actress in a featured role in a play went to Olivia Hewson as Danielle in Cockroach.

The Association of Community Theatre best youth actress in a featured role in a musical went to Olivia Fisher as Babette in Beauty and the Beast. The best youth actor in a leading role in a play went to Tom Atkin as Stephen in Dealer's Choice. The best youth actress in a leading role in a play went to Rebecca Attanasio as Lizzie in Pride and Prejudice. The best youth actor in a leading role in a musical went to Jordan Read as Daddy Warbucks in Annie and Evan Kirby as Valjean in Les Miserables.

The best youth actress in a leading role in a musical went to Maddie Furner as Nancy in Oliver! The Ryleho Homes best variety performance by an individual or ensemble went to Helen Barnett, Dallas Watts, Raymond Khong and Julie O'Connor for "Time to Say Goodbye"and "Table Tennis"in Jazz Garters.

The Glass best actor in a featured role in a play went to Graham Robertson as Jack in The Pig Iron People. The Co-Op Bookshop best actor in a featured role in a musical went to Blake Appelqvist as William Barfee in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Will Huang as Rod in Avenue Q. I will continue with the remainder on Tuesday. (Time expired.)

Mr Brendan Smyth

Mr Zed Seselja

MR CORBELL (Molonglo—Attorney-General, Minister for Police and Emergency Services and Minister for the Environment and Sustainable Development) (4.40): I rise in the Assembly this evening to return to what will now be the second in an occasional series of what I have been calling SmythBusters. SmythBusters, I will just remind members, are the need to stand up and correct some of the myths propagated by Brendan Smyth from time to time in this place.

Tonight's SmythBuster is in relation to claims made by Mr Smyth in a media statement that he released on 22 March titled, "Gallagher cans Corbell's dud fire management reforms."In that media release, Mr Smyth asserts that reforms allegedly proposed by me had been canned by the Chief Minister in relation to the structure of the fire management unit.

I draw to the attention of members, in fact, what the Chief Minister and I have actually said on the matter. On 20 March Mr Smyth asked the Chief Minister a question about whether or not there would be any report on any possible restructure of the fire management unit following a resolution of the Assembly last year. On 21 March the Chief Minister said: "Yesterday Mr Smyth asked a question around a report on the fire management unit, or a report back to the Assembly. There have been no changes to the fire management unit so therefore, there has been no need to report


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