Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 07 Hansard (Thursday, 3 August 2017) . . Page.. 2494 ..
When it comes to the record of the greyhound industry in the ACT, we have had reports of abuse here in the ACT, and I think we have seen—
The quote then ends, because Mr Coleman interjected and demanded that I provide examples. I probably could have answered more crisply at the time. What I was speaking to was the fact that both the Durkin report and the McHugh report in New South Wales, which I spoke about extensively in this place on Tuesday night, have identified instances in the ACT. I was not suggesting that I had individual information.
I provide that for the clarity of members, and also for the Canberra Greyhound Racing Club, who have now gone down the preposterous path of suggesting that I have withheld that information and who have therefore decided to report that matter to the police, in what can only be described as a terrible waste of police resources in this territory. Given the opposition’s concern about police resources, they should perhaps discuss that matter with those they are so keenly supporting.
Madam Speaker presented the following papers:
Reports of the Independent Arbiters—
AECOM Infrastructure Report, dated 16 June 2017—Prepared by Keith Mason AC QC.
Public Housing Renewal Steering Committee Agenda Papers—Disputed Claim of Privilege, dated 11 July 2017—Prepared by The Hon Richard Refshauge SC.
Mr Barr presented the following papers:
Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission Act, pursuant to section 24—Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission—Reports—
No 6 of 2017—Standing offer prices for the supply of electricity to small customers from 1 July 2017—Final Report, dated June 2017.
No 7 of 2017—Standing offer prices for the supply of electricity to small customers—Price Direction—1 July 2017 to 30 June 2020.
Auditor-General’s Report No 6/2016—Management and Administration of Credit Cards by ACT Government Entities—Progress of the Implementation of the Accepted or Partially Accepted Recommendations in the Government response—Government report.
Coroners Act, pursuant to subsection 57(5)—Report of Coroner—Inquest into the death of River Arama Parry—
Report, dated 4 November 2016.
Government response and a matter of public safety relating to home swimming pool safety barriers.