Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 14 Hansard (Wednesday, 29 November 2017) . . Page.. 5240 ..
MS FITZHARRIS: I would not consider them questions on notice. They were questions—
Mr Coe: They were taken on notice formally.
MS FITZHARRIS: I will follow up, again, those questions, since you have raised them today, Mr Coe, in a press statement.
Mr Coe: We clarified each one at the end of the meeting, so you were taking on notice X, Y and Z.
MS FITZHARRIS: I do not have—
MADAM SPEAKER: Mr Coe, can you please resume your seat. Please stop the clock. Mr Coe, I refer you to continuing resolution 10 on these matters. You may put questions to the minister about her actions, but be very mindful that matters that are before the coroner—
Mr Coe: We do not know what they are. Nobody does.
MADAM SPEAKER: I have just asked that we all be mindful of that when we proceed in questions, with this question and if there are others from the opposition on this matter.
MRS DUNNE: Minister, in relation to the matters that happened earlier this year, not the issues related to the death of the lady, were there any control orders imposed or others actions taken in relation to the dog attack in question?
MS FITZHARRIS: Not a control order; there were a range of actions undertaken as a result of that prior incident. I will take the precise question on notice. I assume—
Mr Coe: How can you answer this question and not the first two?
MS FITZHARRIS: In that case, then, I will take the question on notice and see what elements of the opposition’s questions I can provide answers to.
MADAM SPEAKER: Questions without notice?
Mrs Jones: No, I have a question of clarification on the way that the question was handled; some advice from you, if you do not mind? Under what authority does a minister warn a member of the opposition in the answer to their question?
MADAM SPEAKER: I think under continuing resolution—
MADAM SPEAKER: If I may, under this continuing resolution—it is page 107 in the standing orders—all of us have to be very mindful of any matters before the court.