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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 1 Hansard (13 February) . .

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that we have all of the community interest and comments on board before we finalise that.

MADAM SPEAKER: Do you have a supplementary, Ms Le Couteur?

MS LE COUTEUR: I would really like to say: please answer my first question, because—

Members interjecting—

MS LE COUTEUR: I was actually about to stand up and take a point of order to say that: please answer the first question.

MADAM SPEAKER: Ms Le Couteur, there is no point of order, unless you have something to add to that, minister?

Mr Gentleman: No.

MADAM SPEAKER: A supplementary, Ms Le Couteur.

MS LE COUTEUR: When can the community expect the draft Territory Plan variation which implements the Belconnen master plan, and, as I said, when can we expect to see the Curtin draft master plan?

MR GENTLEMAN: As soon as they are finalised.

MS LAWDER: Minister, can you provide advice on the finalisation date of other master plans that are not yet finished, including the Tharwa draft master plan?

MR GENTLEMAN: The Tharwa one is just about finished.

Mrs Dunne: They are all just about finished.

MR GENTLEMAN: These are detailed master planning processes that, of course, involve the future planning for these areas. The community wants to have a great deal of comment on these master plans. It is important that we bring that comment on board. We take knowledge of that comment and, of course, put that into the master planning process and any variations that occur after that.

Education—school device rollout

MS CODY: My question is to the Minister for Education and Early Childhood Development. Minister, can you update the Assembly on the rollout of devices to ACT public secondary students?

MS BERRY: I thank Ms Cody for the question. Yes, I can provide an update. In fact, last week the Chief Minister and I visited Kingsford Smith School in west Belconnen, where we were able to hand out some of the Acer Chromebooks that have been provided to years 7 to 11 secondary public school students in the ACT. I can tell you


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