Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 09 Hansard (Thursday, 26 August 2010) . . Page.. 4125 ..
would achieve. I think the attorney has just outlined the details of the problem that the amendment would create. We accept that advice and will be opposing the amendment on that basis.
Clause 151 agreed to.
Clauses 152 to 188, by leave, taken together and agreed to.
MRS DUNNE (Ginninderra) (6.49): I move amendment No 27 circulated in my name [see schedule 1 at page 4142].
This amendment corrects a drafting error in the bill. Under the bill, a registered training organisation can apply to the commissioner for approval of a responsible service of alcohol course. The bill intended that the commissioner be required to tell the registered training organisation about the decision on the application. However, the bill as drafted calls on the commissioner to tell the licensee about the decision. This is a simple error, easily corrected now so that the commissioner will be required to tell the right person the right information. I commend the amendment to the Assembly.
MR CORBELL (Molonglo—Attorney-General, Minister for the Environment, Climate Change and Water, Minister for Energy and Minister for Police and Emergency Services) (6.50): The government supports this amendment as it clarifies that the clause relates to all applicants, not just licensees.
MR RATTENBURY (Molonglo) (6.50): The Greens will also support this amendment. We believe this is a minor drafting error and we support Mrs Dunne’s amendment.
Amendment agreed to.
Clause 189, as amended, agreed to.
Clauses 190 to 213, by leave, taken together and agreed to.
Proposed new part 14A.
MRS DUNNE (Ginninderra) (6.51): I move amendment No 28 circulated in my name which inserts a new part 14A, including new clauses 213A to 213C [see schedule 1 at page 4142].
This amendment seeks to establish a liquor advisory board. This amendment, as is the case with all the amendments that I have put forward today, comes from extensive consultations I have had with the industry over a considerable period. Indeed, I understand the industry made representations to the attorney proposing a liquor advisory board be established. I understand too that on a number of occasions the