Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2022 Week 05 Hansard (Thursday, 2 June 2022) . . Page.. 1589 ..
Madam Speaker, I probably should have asked her to repeat the question because the beginning of the question said that there were 278 more nurses net in March this year than March last year. So with 365 left, that means we would have had to recruit—assuming it is an apples to apples comparison, which is not entirely clear—643 nurses to replace the ones that left and end up with 278 more at the end of the year. Again, the Canberra Liberals are trying to say we are going backwards on nurses. We are actually going forwards. It is in the beginning of Mrs Kikkert’s question.
MS BERRY: I was asked a question by Mr Davis yesterday and I took on notice to provide additional information. I table the following paper:
Consultation on the Sport and Recreation Strategic Plan—List of interviewees.
Mr Gentleman presented the following paper:
Children and Young People Act—Pursuant to subsection 727S(5)—ACT Children and Young People Death Review Committee—Annual Report 2021, dated 22 April 2022.
ACT Children and Young People Death Review Committee—annual report
MR GENTLEMAN (Brindabella—Manager of Government Business, Minister for Corrections, Minister for Industrial Relations and Workplace Safety, Minister for Planning and Land Management and Minister for Police and Emergency Services) (2.49): Pursuant to standing order 211, I move:
That the Assembly take note of the following paper:
Children and Young People Act—Pursuant to subsection 727S(5)—ACT Children and Young People Death Review Committee—Annual Report 2021.
Debate (on motion by Ms Lawder) adjourned to the next sitting.
Leave of absence
Motion (by Ms Lawder) agreed to:
That leave of absence be granted to Ms Castley and Mr Hanson for today due to ill health.
Freedom of Information Amendment Bill 2022
MS LEE (Kurrajong—Leader of the Opposition) (2.50), by leave: I present the following paper: