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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2001 Week 10 Hansard (29 August) . . Page.. 3674 ..

Mr Corbell: I take a point of order, Mr Speaker.

MR SPEAKER: Order! Mr Hird, you will address this chamber, please, through the chair.

MR HIRD: I apologise, sir.

Mr Corbell: That was my point of order, Mr Speaker.

MR SPEAKER: I thought it might have been, Mr Corbell.

Mr Corbell: Mr Hird should know better.

MR HIRD: It is not often that Mr Corbell catches me out. On this occasion, Mr Speaker, I concede and I apologise, not to Ms Tucker, but certainly to other members of the house, because she misled me last night-

Ms Tucker: Sorry; it's Kaleen CBD and Giralang CBD.

MR HIRD: She misled me last night because I thought the Greens were the panacea of-

Mr Berry: He can't say that. Ms Tucker has never set out to mislead anybody, Mr Speaker. I reckon that's a bit rough.

MR HIRD: I thought she did, Mr Berry. On the other hand, Mr Speaker, commercial centres are about providing a range of services.

Mr Berry: That's unparliamentary. Mr Hird is just trying to bully Ms Tucker. She has never tried to mislead you.

MR HIRD: Yes, she has.

Mr Berry: Well, you can't say that in this place.

MR HIRD: Well, she did to you.

MR SPEAKER: If Ms Tucker feels-

Ms Tucker: Yes, I feel it. Withdrawal, please.

MR SPEAKER: Order! Ms Tucker, what exactly do you feel?

Ms Tucker: I feel he needs to withdraw anything uncomplimentary that he said that I missed. I don't know what he said. If he said I misled, obviously I want him to withdraw it.

Mr Rugendyke: He said you misled him.

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