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MR RATTENBURY: No, I am not going to take it on notice because I do not think it is a reasonable amount of information to extract from the files. We have many, many requests and not all of them get looked at.
Mr Smyth: You do not have a database?
MR RATTENBURY: There is not a database list of how many requests we get each year, and I am not prepared to do a manual search to seek out that information.
MADAM ACTING SPEAKER: Mr Smyth.
MR SMYTH: My question is to the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services and it relates to the centenary loop bus.
MADAM ACTING SPEAKER: Mr Smyth, you have had a question already.
MR SMYTH: Minister, what is the cost of providing this service? I got the call for a question. There is no limit on the questions that can be asked.
MADAM ACTING SPEAKER: I thought you were raising a point of order, Mr Smyth.
Mr Seselja: You gave him the call.
Mr Smyth: No, I did not take a point of order.
Mr Gentleman: I have a substantive question, Madam Acting Speaker.
MADAM ACTING SPEAKER: Mr Gentleman.
MR GENTLEMAN: My question is to the Minister for Environment and Sustainable Development.
Mr Smyth: Sorry, point of order, Madam Acting Speaker.
MADAM ACTING SPEAKER: I was about to say, Mr Smyth, that you have already had a question, and go to Mr Gentleman.
Mr Smyth: What standing order precludes me from having a second question? There have in the past been opportunities where members have had the opportunity—
MADAM ACTING SPEAKER: Resume your seat, Mr Smyth.
Mr Smyth: to get second questions.
MADAM ACTING SPEAKER: Resume your seat! Mr Corbell.