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9 December, 2013
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Mr W.J. JOHNSTON: […] My second question relates to proposed subsection (5). Under what circumstances would the minister contemplate a regulation to exempt a particular port?

Mr T.R. BUSWELL: In relation to proposed subsection (5), it would be distance from community, so that would include Useless Loop—one of my favourite ports!—Cape Cuvier —

Ms R. Saffioti: See how many times you can mention Useless Loop!

Mr T.R. BUSWELL: Salt export through Useless Loop is very important; very important.
Proposed subsection (5) predominantly deals with Useless Loop, and I do not think anyone would argue that it is a useless provision—

Mr W.J. Johnston: You’d better loop back to your answer!

Mr T.R. BUSWELL: Well, it loops back to proposed subsection (2), but it is not a useless loop, even though it would apply to Useless Loop.

Subject: Ports Legislation Amendment Bill 2013 [Legislative Assembly – Consideration in Detail]

Date: 28 November 2013

Hansard reference: p. 6920 [online (pdf)]

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