QUESTIONS ON NOTICE AND ANSWERS
Questions On Notice (QON’s) are asked at designated Parliamentary sitting dates by elected MPs. Ministerial offices have 30 days to submit QON answers to the Table Office. Read Questions On Notice and Answers – ‘Search by Current Member’ & choose Ms. Sandy Bolton then click ‘Search Questions on Notice’.
QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE AND ANSWERS
Questions Without Notice (QWN) are directed to the relevant Minister at Parliamentary sittings without prior notification. Answers to Questions Without Notice are recorded in the Parliamentary Record of Proceedings referred to as Hansard. Read below Sandy’s latest ‘Question Without Notice’:
March 27, 2019 – “My question is to the Minister for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy. With reference to the recent strike action by students regarding transitioning to 100 per cent renewables, can the minister outline what is restricting the government from speeding up this transition and how this will be addressed?”
Read the Minister’s response at page 733 of Hansard under Renewable Energy
- Read the Minister’s response at page 3490 of Hansard under Sexual and Reproductive Health
- Read the Minister’s response at page 2161 of Hansard under School Transport Assistance Scheme
- Read the Premier’ response at page 1455 of Hansard under Voluntary Euthanasia
- Read the Minister’s response at page 1096 of Hansard under Suicide Prevention
- Read the Minister’s response at page 574 of Hansard under Renewable Energy
QUESTIONS – ESTIMATES AND COMMITTEE HEARINGS 2018
Download Sandy’s questions from the latest 2018 Estimate Hearings Questions.
Read the Answers to Pre-Hearing Questions on Notice (QONs) regarding the ITDEC from Minister Jones and Minister Enoch. Click here for further information on the 2018 Estimates Hearings for each portfolio committee including the Hansard with Minister’s replies.
ABOUT HANSARD – The Record of Proceedings is commonly referred to as Hansard. The Record of Proceedings is the official report of the debates and proceedings of Parliament. It is not a verbatim report of what is said in the Legislative Assembly. Rather, it is an accurate written representation of speeches and statements devoid of redundancies, obvious grammatical errors, slips of the tongue and factual anomalies. The Record of Proceedings is published on the internet throughout a sitting day at 2.30 pm, 4.15 pm and within two hours of the House rising.