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Mr Hird: Take it on notice.
MR STEFANIAK: I will take that on notice, actually, yes.
Mr Connolly: Is this going into extra time, Mr Speaker? Do we stop the clock for extra time?
MR SPEAKER: No.
MR STEFANIAK: Why do you not have a look at page 52? Mr Speaker, if they have a look at page 52 in relation to a question by Ms McRae they will see that I said:
In terms of my involvement and the department's involvement, I have acted under very good advice, I believe, from my chief executive officer, who has also acted, I believe, under advice from the Government Solicitor's Office in matters.
Ms Follett: That is not what you said in the paper, though.
MR STEFANIAK: I do not write for the paper, unfortunately, Ms Follett.
MR HIRD: Mr Speaker, the scaremongering that goes on across there and all that wilful damage and complaint about - - -
MR SPEAKER: Order! Mr Hird, ask the question.
MR HIRD: Mr Speaker, I have a question which I am sure will enlighten even the people opposite. They were there for 4½ years and did absolutely nothing and my question - - -
MR SPEAKER: Order! Ask the question, Mr Hird. Never mind the trailer.
MR HIRD: Thank you, sir. I am taking it off Mr Berry - - -
Mr Berry: I raise a point of order, Mr Speaker. In relation to Mr Stefaniak's response to the question, could you advise the Assembly whether the three minutes’ silence will be recorded in the Hansard?
MR SPEAKER: There is no point of order, Mr Berry.
MR HIRD: That is typical. He had a white flag yesterday.
MR SPEAKER: Order! Just ask your question, Mr Hird.