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the body says no

25 January, 2011
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Hon NORMAN MOORE: […] I think we are on the right track. The tourism commission is restructuring itself so that the money will be spent on getting people to come here. Dare I say it, the Elle Macpherson campaign was a great success.

Hon Ljiljanna Ravlich: You loved that—I remember that! You loved it; it was the only time you had smiled in this place in the last 32 years!

Hon NORMAN MOORE: But I could not help myself—has the member seen her?

Hon Ljiljanna Ravlich: I remember those debates—you loved them! I couldn’t work out what it was that made you smile so much!

Hon NORMAN MOORE: I know; it was just incredible! I was overwhelmed to be in the company of such an incredible professional lady! I have to say that she was extraordinarily professional in the way she went about appearing in those advertisements, and they were very, very successful indeed. If anybody had a similar idea to do something else, I would be supportive of that.

Hon Ljiljanna Ravlich: It had nothing to do with “The Body”!

Hon Peter Collier: It probably had everything to do with it!

Hon NORMAN MOORE: As Hon Peter Collier said, it probably had everything to do with it!

Subject: Tourism Policy – Barnett Government [Legislative Council – Motion]

Date: 17 November 2010

Hansard reference: p. 8925 [online (pdf)]

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