Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 3 Hansard (8 March) . .
forward to the development of the new bus station in a timely manner to support and enhance public transport accessibility, efficiency and integration in the new town centre.
Mr Gentleman presented the following papers:
Subordinate legislation (including explanatory statements unless otherwise stated)
Legislation Act, pursuant to section 64—
Freedom of Information Act—Freedom of Information Amendment Regulation 2016 (No 1)—Subordinate Law SL2016-3 (LR, 15 February 2016).
Health Act—Health (Fees) Determination 2016 (No 1)—Disallowable Instrument DI2016-8 (LR, 18 February 2016).
Public Trustee Act—Public Trustee (Fees) Determination 2016 (No 1)-Disallowable Instrument DI2016-10 (LR, 18 February 2016).
Road Transport (General) Act—
Road Transport (General) Application of Road Transport Legislation Declaration 2016 (No 1)—Disallowable Instrument DI2016-6 (LR, 11 February 2016).
Road Transport (General) Application of Road Transport Legislation Declaration 2016 (No 2)—Disallowable Instrument DI2016-7 (LR, 11 February 2016).
Road Transport (General) Application of Road Transport Legislation Declaration 2016 (No 3)—Disallowable Instrument DI2016-9 (LR, 22 February 2016).
Utilities (Technical Regulation) Act—Utilities (Technical Regulation) (Light Rail—Regulated Utility Service) Regulation 2016—Subordinate Law SL2016-2 (LR, 15 February 2016).
Discussion of matter of public importance
MADAM SPEAKER: I have received letters from Ms Burch, Mr Doszpot, Mr Hanson, Mrs Jones, Ms Lawder, Mr Smyth and Mr Wall proposing that matters of public importance be submitted to the Assembly. In accordance with standing order 79, I have determined that the matter proposed by Mr Hanson be submitted to the Assembly, namely:
The importance of small business in the ACT.
MR HANSON (Molonglo—Leader of the Opposition) (3.26): It is with great delight that I speak about this important issue in the Assembly today. I am sure that many would share my enthusiasm for small business. I know that Mr Smyth, my colleague, certainly does, as does Ms Lawder, and as do you, Madam Speaker. I know that many of you have spoken about this issue before, but it is one that I think we should keep talking about. We should not simply just mention small business.
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