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Tuesday, 4 November 2003
Page: 21922

Ms HALL (3:31 PM) —Mr Deputy Speaker, I wish to make a personal explanation. I know that you have jumped into this very quickly—

The DEPUTY SPEAKER (Hon. I.R. Causley)—Does the honourable member claim to have been misrepresented?

Ms HALL —I most definitely do.

The DEPUTY SPEAKER —Please proceed.

Ms HALL —I claim to have been misrepresented by the Minister for Health and Ageing today in question time. He indicated that I had not been doing my job on the Central Coast—that I had not been raising the issue of the chronic shortage of doctors and the lack of bulk-billing on the Central Coast—

The DEPUTY SPEAKER —The member for Shortland, I think, has shown where she believes she has been misrepresented.

Ms HALL —I have not quite finished, Mr Deputy Speaker. I would like to add that I have raised the matter—

The DEPUTY SPEAKER —The member for Shortland will resume her seat.