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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 13 Hansard (18 November) . .

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MADAM SPEAKER: I acknowledge the presence in the gallery of students and teachers from the Melrose High School learning support unit. Welcome to your Assembly.

Environment—weed management

Question put:

That the amendment be agreed to.

The Assembly voted—

Ayes 8: Mr Barr Ms Berry Dr Bourke Ms Burch Ms Fitzharris Mr Gentleman Ms Porter Mr Rattenbury

Noes 7: Mr Doszpot Mrs Dunne Mr Hanson Mrs Jones Ms Lawder Mr Smyth Mr Wall

Question so resolved in the affirmative.

Amendment agreed to.

Motion, as amended, agreed to.

Sitting suspended from 12.34 to 2.30 pm.

Ministerial arrangements

MR BARR (Molonglo—Chief Minister, Treasurer, Minister for Economic Development, Minister for Urban Renewal and Minister for Tourism and Events): Minister Rattenbury will be absent from question time today. I will endeavour to assist members with questions in his portfolio areas.

Questions without notice

Canberra Hospital—culture review

MR HANSON: True to form, my question is to the Minister for Health. On 17 June, minister, you announced a clinical training culture review into unacceptable behaviour at the Canberra Hospital. Of the two sessions run for hospital management, 37 executives and directors attended. Of the 17 sessions run only for hospital doctors, no-one turned up for 11 of the sessions. Over 90 per cent of invited doctors did not attend any session. Minister, how will cultural issues at Canberra Hospital be resolved if doctors are not part of the conversation?

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