In the Legislative Assembly any Member may ask a question seeking information from:
There are two types of questions which may be asked:
The general rules about the content of oral and written questions are:
The general rules about the content of answers to oral and written questions are:
The Questions and Answers Paper is an official Legislative Assembly publication that records questions to which answers have been received on that sitting day and new questions received that day, together with a list of unanswered questions with the date that answers are due from the Minister (35 day after publication). The full text of questions is published two times only, once when a question is first published and then again when an answer to a question has been received.
The Questions and Answers Paper is published at the end of each sitting day. From time to time the Paper is also published during adjournments of the House of two or more weeks containing answers that have been received.
The Questions and Answers Paper for each sitting day can be accessed via the Legislative Assembly's House Papers webpage.
You can also find individual questions and answers using the Legislative Assembly's Questions and Answers tracking webpage. This is a useful search tool which enables you to filter by Member, portfolio or subject.