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19 May, 2010
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Mr M. McGOWAN: I would not like to think that we were not giving this legislation proper scrutiny. Perhaps we need to come back another week and deal with this appropriately.

Mr P. Papalia: It may be that that would be appropriate.

Mr M. McGOWAN: It may be, because the wily old dog —

The DEPUTY SPEAKER: Member for Rockingham, you have made your point about wily old dogs and turtles and whatnot, so let us get back to the minister.

Mr J.H.D. Day: We’ve got plenty of time; I hope you have, too!

Mr M. McGOWAN: I am keen to stop the wild animal analogies and I will move on to other analogies.

Mr P. Papalia: Will they be as evocative, though?

Mr M. McGOWAN: It would be hard for them to be as evocative as the wild animal analogies!

Mr J.H.D. Day: Just put the question!

Subject: Approvals and Related Reforms (No. 4) (Planning) Bill 2009 [Legislative Assembly – Consideration in Detail]

Date: 6 May 2010

Hansard reference: p. 2653 [online (pdf)]

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