I rise on behalf of the Liberal Party to support the motion and to thank the Hon. Tammy Franks for bringing the motion to the chamber. I would also like to commend the Hon. Tammy Franks for her most eloquent speech, and I know that it was certainly delivered from the heart. I would also like to congratulate the Hon. Tung Ngo for the time and effort he has put into getting that speech together. I know that the Hon. Tung Ngo—other than the fact that he got Albuquerque wrong because he was taking us to a place that I have never heard of—was very sincere in all the things that he had to say about Auntie Josie Agius.
I was very fortunate to have met Auntie Josie on a number of occasions. I found her to be a very warm and decent person. I know that she achieved an enormous amount in her life and that her family and friends would all be extremely proud of her enormous contribution to South Australia.
I know that she was a passionate Port Power supporter and I can remember some occasional cheeky little jibes that she would give me. I think I might have made the mistake of wearing a Crows tie to a function that Auntie Josie attended at some stage, and she had a little whisper in my ear and gave me a bit of cheek which was all done in a very good spirit.
I will not detain the chamber further, but all in the Liberal Party are very grateful for the enormous contribution Auntie Josie Agius has made to the lives of all South Australians. Her incredible work has not gone unnoticed. With those few words I commend the motion to the house and again congratulate the Hon. Tammy Franks for bringing the motion to the house.