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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 12 Hansard (Thursday, 1 November 2018) . . Page.. 4651 ..


MS FITZHARRIS: My apologies; Ms Lawder’s question.

MS LAWDER: Minister, will students as young as five years old be left unsupervised on buses using your new bus network?

MS FITZHARRIS: Students will use the new bus network as they use the existing bus network today.

Mrs Jones interjecting—

MADAM SPEAKER: Mrs Jones, please!

Mrs Jones interjecting—

MADAM SPEAKER: Mrs Jones, enough! Miss Candice Burch.

MISS C BURCH: Minister, how long on average will children spend at bus interchanges under your new bus network?

MS FITZHARRIS: Probably about the same time as they do now. There will be those who want to spend even more time, and there will be those who want to spend less time.

Opposition members interjecting

MADAM SPEAKER: Members, please! You asked the question; hear the answer.

MS FITZHARRIS: I think the Canberra Liberals are really showing their true colours in these questions, Madam Speaker.

Mrs Jones interjecting

MADAM SPEAKER: Mrs Jones, you have only been back for a few days. I have had to call—

Opposition members interjecting

MADAM SPEAKER: Members, please. Mrs Jones, you are very close to being warned. Welcome back, but please don’t interject.

Health—cancer research

MS CODY: My question is to the minister for health and medical research. Minister, can you please update the Assembly on the memorandum of understanding recently signed between the ACT government, the Australian National University and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.


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