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27 September, 2010
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HON JON FORD (Mining and Pastoral) [3.31 pm]: […] I was in Sydney for a nephew’s engagement party on the weekend and went out to Penrith. One of the things we enjoy when we go to cities such as Sydney, New York or London is their huge, vibrant population. In fact, when walking around Sydney on Saturday or Sunday, I could not see much difference in the population number that one would see during the week. Many people there were tourists—domestic Australian tourists and tourists from overseas. I actually believe that by deregulating trading hours —

I have not had a note like the one that Hon Sue Ellery has just put in front of me since Kim Chance told me to sit
down and shut up! Ha, ha!

Several members interjected.

Hon JON FORD: It is not quite the same!

Hon Sue Ellery: No. You should correct the record. That is not what it says!

Hon JON FORD: No, it does not say that. For the record, it says “short and sharp”.

Subject: Retail Trading Hours Amendment (Armadale Special Trading Precinct) Bill 2010 / Retail Trading Hours Amendment (Midland Special Trading Precinct) Bill 2010 [Legislative Council – Second Reading — Cognate Debate]

Date: 16 September 2010

Hansard reference: pp. 6765-6766 [online (pdf)]

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