Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2004 Week 1 Hansard (10 February) . . Page.. 48..
Mr Stanhope (continuing):
Full-Time Holders of Public Office-Relocation Expenses-Determination No 134, dated 18 December 2003.
Commissioner for Public Administration-Pro-rata Entitlements-Determination No 135, dated 21 October 2003.
Commissioner for Surveys-Pro-rata Entitlements-Determination No 136, dated 21 October 2003.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court-Determination No 137, dated 18 December 2003.
President of the Court of Appeal-Determination No 138, dated 18 December 2003.
Master of the Supreme Court-Determination No 139, dated 18 December 2003.
Chief Magistrate, Magistrates and Special Magistrates-Determination No 140, dated 18 December 2003.
Full-Time Holders of Public Office-President of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal-Determination No 141, dated 18 December 2003.
Members of the Legislative Assembly-Travel for Study/Investigation Purposes-Determination No 142, dated 18 December 2003.
ACT Law Reform Commission-Report No 20-Substitute Parentage Agreements, dated 19 December 2003.
ACT Criminal Justice Statistical Profile-September 2003 quarter.
Film Festival Guidelines commencing 1 February 2004, prepared by the Office of Film and Literature Classification-Standing Committee of Attorneys-General: Censorship.
Report 5-government response
MR CORBELL (Minister for Health and Minister for Planning): For the information of members, I present the following paper:
Health-Standing Committee-Report No. 5-Access to Needles and Syringes by Intravenous Drug Users-Government response.
The report was presented to the Assembly on 28 August. I ask for leave to make a statement.
MR CORBELL: Mr Speaker, the Standing Committee on Health made 13 recommendations relating to access to needles and syringes by intravenous drug users