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advantage of space in Government schools on either a casual basis or, in the case of surplus space, on a more permanent basis by way of a lease.
Additionally, numerous community groups receive funding for the establishment of facilities to meet specialised needs such as youth and women's refuges. The latest specific purpose community facilities to be provided include the Koomarri hydrotherapy pool, the Lanyon Youth & Community Centre and the Gungahlin Community Resource Centre.
Finally Mr Speaker, Recommendation 7 seeks a review of the base funding level of the Interest Subsidy Scheme for capital works in the non-Government schooling sector. The Government has agreed with this recommendation and the 2001-02 Budget provides an additional $300,000 to the scheme.
I would like to take the opportunity to thank members of the Standing Committee on Education, Community Services and Recreation for the work they have done on this matter.
I commend the Government Response to the Members of the Legislative Assembly.
Question resolved in the affirmative.
Mr Stefaniak presented the following paper:
Education Bill 2001-Revised explanatory memorandum.
Justice and Community Safety-Standing Committee
Report No 12-government response
MR STEFANIAK (Minister for Education and Attorney-General) (3.44): For the information of members, I present the following paper:
Justice and Community Safety-Standing Committee-Report No 12-The 1999-2000 Annual and Financial Reports of the Department of Justice and Community Safety and Related Agencies (presented 13 February 2001)-Government response.
That the Assembly takes note of the paper.
Mr Speaker, I seek leave to have my speech incorporated in Hansard.
The speech read as follows: