Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 10 Hansard (Tuesday, 23 August 2005) . . Page.. 3054 ..
The Liberal Party has a contradictory position. They think there is some sort of problem with this. They think there is some sort of difficulty in getting a radiologist from interstate to read the screen. The radiologist is qualified, Mr Smyth, and is recognised by the professional college as competent to read the screen. The radiologist is prepared to provide the service, and that means that the woman gets the results of her screen in a timely way. What is the problem with that? There is no problem with that. The only problem we have, Mr Speaker, is a Liberal Party that criticises for the sake of criticism.
Dr Foskey, by leave, presented the following paper:
Court Procedures (Protection of Public Participation) Amendment Bill 2005—Explanatory statement.
Papers and statement by minister
MR STANHOPE (Ginninderra—Chief Minister, Attorney-General, Minister for the Environment and Minister for Arts, Heritage and Indigenous Affairs): Mr Speaker, for the information of members, I present the following papers:
Public Sector Management Act, pursuant to sections 31A and 79—Copies of executive contracts or instruments—
Bronwen Overton-Clarke, dated 9 August 2005.
Gerard Ryan, dated 4 August 2005.
Ian Hubbard, dated 9 August 2005.
Kirsten Thompson, dated June 2005.
Meredith Whitten, dated 5 August 2005.
Pauline Brown, dated 10 August 2005.
Schedule D variations:
Gerard John Ryan, dated 15 July 2005.
Marjorie Anne McGrath.
Michael Ockwell, dated 1 July 2005.
Pam Davoren, dated 20 and 22 July 2005—
I seek leave to make a statement in relation to the papers.
MR STANHOPE: These documents are tabled in accordance with sections 31A and 79 of the Public Sector Management Act 1994, which require the tabling of all executive contracts and contract variations. The contracts were previously tabled on 16 August 2005. Today I have presented six short-term contracts and four contract variations. The details of the contracts will be circulated to members.