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MADAM SPEAKER: Perhaps we can seek some advice about how we can redirect correspondence through.
Question No 662
MS CASTLEY: Another question on notice to Minister Berry. It is number 662. It was also due on 13 March.
MS BERRY: I will investigate with my office and provide Ms Castley with some advice on where that question is up to.
Supplementary answer to question without notice
Calwell High School—remote learning
MS BERRY: Madam Speaker, just for clarification for Mr Hanson, the letter that was provided to parents was about the incident, and that was provided on the day of the incident.
Leave of absence
Motion (by Mr Braddock) agreed to:
That leave of absence be granted to Mr Davis for today for health reasons.
Motion (by Ms Lawder) agreed to:
That leave of absence be granted to Mrs Jones until the end of the June sitting period for personal reasons.
Motion (by Mr Gentleman) agreed to:
That leave of absence be granted to Mr Barr and Mr Pettersson for today for personal reasons.
Madam Speaker presented the following papers:
Allocation of Statutory Functions to Assembly Committees (General) Nomination 2022, dated 4 April 2022.
Government Agencies (Campaign Advertising) Act, pursuant to subsection 20(2)—Independent Reviewer—Report for the period 1 July to 31 December 2021, dated 28 March 2022, prepared by Professor Dennis Pearce AO.
Legislation Act—Assembly Committees for Consultation (Appointments to Statutory Provisions) Nomination 2022, dated 5 April 2022.
Standing order 191—Amendments to:
Crimes (Policing) Legislation Amendment Bill 2021, dated 29 March 2022.
Road Transport Legislation Amendment Bill 2021, dated 29 March 2022.