Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2008 Week 10 Hansard (Thursday, 28 August 2008) . . Page.. 3930 ..
MRS DUNNE: The document I was reading from was, in fact, the question without notice.
MR SPEAKER: That is all you can be ordered to produce, pursuant to 213.
MRS DUNNE: I am quite happy to table that. I went off to provide other things. I present the following paper:
Education—School closures—Copy of question without notice, dated 28 August 2008.
MR SPEAKER: Thank you.
MRS DUNNE: In relation to standing order 213, the motion we moved earlier was for the Chief Minister to table the briefing that he read from as well as the briefing from Mr Costello. He seems to have only tabled one of those things.
MR SPEAKER: I would have to review the tape to know exactly what was moved but—
MRS DUNNE: I was very specific. I have a very clear recollection. I asked for the briefing that he read from in answer to the substantive question and the note from Mr Costello that he read from in answer to the supplementary question.
MR SPEAKER: My problem is I have been verballed before. I make no accusations, Mrs Dunne, but I would prefer—
MRS DUNNE: I am glad you do not, Mr Speaker.
MR SPEAKER: I would prefer to review the tape.
Mr Hargreaves: On a point of order, Mr Speaker: just as a refresher, I do recall very vividly, because I have the same level of memory as Mrs Dunne, that both of those motions were put and both of them were lost.
MR SPEAKER: As I say, Mr Hargreaves, I have been verballed before. I will have a look at the tape, but I do not think it is going to do anybody much good if I do.
Mr Speaker presented the following papers:
Study trip—Report by Mr Gentleman MLA—2008 Banksia Awards presentation—Melbourne, 18 July 2008.
Study trip—Report by Dr Foskey MLA—Brazil, 16 April to 4 May 2008.
Estimates 2008-2009—Select Committee—Answers to questions on notice.
Committee reports—Schedule of Government responses as at August 2008.