Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 8 Hansard (5 August) . .
MADAM SPEAKER: Mr Doszpot, would you like to repeat the question?
MR DOSZPOT: I would be very happy to. Minister, what analysis has the ACT government done of the impact of the destruction of hundreds of properties along Northbourne Avenue on waiting times for properties?
MS BERRY: People who are living in Housing ACT dwellings along Northbourne Avenue are being rehoused as their needs are being identified and as housing becomes available. There has been no effect on the waiting list of the work that is being done by the ACT government during this renewal program.
Mr Coe interjecting—
MADAM SPEAKER: Order, Mr Coe!
MADAM SPEAKER: Order, Mr Coe! I cannot hear Ms Berry.
MADAM SPEAKER: Mr Coe! Ms Berry, have you finished?
MS BERRY: I have responded to the question, thank you, Madam Speaker.
MADAM SPEAKER: Questions without notice. Dr Bourke.
MADAM SPEAKER: Mr Coe, I call you to order.
Mr Hanson interjecting—
MADAM SPEAKER: I call you to order too, Mr Hanson. I called members of the opposition to order on a number of occasions. When I call people to order, it is a little egregiously disorderly then to say, "What about somebody else?" when I call somebody to order. I make the call as to who to call to order, not members of the place. I call Dr Bourke, preferably without interruption.
Council of Australian Governments—meeting
DR BOURKE: My question is to the Chief Minister. Chief Minister, could you inform the Assembly of the historic understanding amongst leaders at the Council of Australian Governments leaders retreat on ways we can increase national productivity and maintain health standards and services in the future?
MR BARR: I thank Dr Bourke for the question. The recent leaders retreat, attended by the Prime Minister, premiers, chief ministers and a representative from the
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