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Thursday, 13 September 1973
Page: 945

Mr Donald Cameron (GRIFFITH, QUEENSLAND) - Mr Speaker,I wish to make a personal explanation.

Mr SPEAKER -Order! Does the honourable member claim to have been misrepresented?

Mr Donald Cameron (GRIFFITH, QUEENSLAND) - Yes. I know, Sir, that you have heard everything the honourable member for Lilley (Mr Doyle) said. I have taken a great interest in the aircraft noise problem. The hope of the people in my electorate and in the electorate of Lilley was a return to office of the Liberal-Country

Party Government because the Labor Government has shelved and postponed the building of Brisbane Airport. Because of that the people in the area will continue to suffer. Although last night I advised the Minister for Civil Aviation that I would be speaking in the adjournment debate neither he nor any Minister of the Labor Government was present to listen when I outlined the problems of Brisbane. If that is an indication of the interest of the new Government in the people of Brisbane we can look forward to the return of the Federal seat of Lilley to the Liberal Party following the next election.

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