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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2001 Week 4 Hansard (27 March) . . Page.. 952..

Road Transport (General) Act-

Road Transport (Offences) Regulations Amendment-Subordinate Law 2001 No 6 (S10, dated 28 February 2001).

Road Transport (Third-party Insurance) Regulations Amendment-Subordinate Law 2001 No 5 (S10, dated 28 February 2001).

Revocation and determination of fees-Registration of motor vehicles and trailers-Instrument No 29 of 2001 (S10, dated 28 February 2001).

Road Transport (Vehicle Registration) Regulations-Declarations of-

Kinds of vehicle to be seasonal vehicles-Instrument No 30 of 2001 (S11, dated 1 March 2001).

Maximum period of registration for seasonal vehicles-Instrument No 31 of 2001 (S11, dated 1 March 2001).

Road Transport (Vehicle Registration) Act-Road Transport (Vehicle Registration) Regulations Amendment-Subordinate Law 2001 No 7 (S10, dated 28 February 2001).

Surveyors Act-Appointment of Chief Surveyor for a period not exceeding six months-Instrument No 33 of 2001 (No 11, dated 15 March 2001).

Taxation Administration Act-Approval for special arrangements for making returns-Instrument No 36 of 2001 (S12, dated 13 March 2001).

Department of Health, Housing and Community Care-Corrigendum to the Performance Report, December 2000-01, dated 27 February 2001.

Mr Stefaniak presented the following paper:

Administration of Justice-Statistical profile quarterly series Vol 17 (for July to September 2000).

Women's policy issues

Ministerial statement

MR HUMPHRIES (Chief Minister, Minister for Community Affairs and Treasurer) (3.48): Mr Speaker, I ask for leave to make a ministerial statement concerning women's policy issues.

Leave granted.

MR HUMPHRIES: Thank you, members. Mr Speaker, I had planned to present a statement on International Women's Day, which happened to be the last sitting day. Members will be aware that there were very good reasons why the opportunity never presented itself. I would like, nonetheless, to put on the record a number of things which I think are still important.

I am taking the opportunity now to celebrate the local achievements of women and to restate the government's commitment to improving the status of women through policy development and the provision of services that meet the diverse needs of all women in

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