Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1999 Week 12 Hansard (24 November) . . Page.. 3662..
MR MOORE (continuing):
A major increase in staff will be considered in the 2000-2001 Budget. The Government also considers that a further review of staffing levels would be useful 12 months after the implementation of the proposed staff increases.
Measures that require additional funding will be examined in the 2000-2001 Budget context. Other issues such as improved consultation, the formation of an Inter-agency child and adolescent mental health forum and medical definitions are supported by the Government and can be implemented by ACTMHS with no budgetary impact.
As I am sure Members will agree, child and adolescent mental health is a crucial part of our health system.
I commend the Government Response to the Assembly.
Debate (on motion by Ms Tucker) adjourned.
MR OSBORNE: I present Scrutiny Report No. 15 of 1999 of the Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety performing the duties of a scrutiny of Bills and subordinate legislation committee, and I ask for leave to make a brief statement on the report.
MR OSBORNE: Scrutiny Report No. 15 of 1999 contains the committee's comments on five Bills, 29 pieces of subordinate legislation and the Government's response. I commend the report to the Assembly.
MR HIRD (6.30): Mr Speaker, I present Report No. 34 of the Standing Committee on Urban Services, entitled "Draft Variation No 102 to the Territory Plan: Heritage Places Register", together with a copy of the extracts of the minutes of proceedings. The report was provided to you as Speaker for circulation on 22 November 1999, pursuant to the resolution of appointment. I move:
That the report be noted.