Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2004 Week 4 Hansard (1 April) . . Page.. 1640..
campaigns conducted in Adelaide promoting Canberra as a place to visit and 50% of those surveyed expressed interest in visiting Canberra. As this awareness survey was conducted in early summer ACTC concluded that conducting the same survey after such a short period of time may confuse respondents and produce incorrect data.
ACTC is currently awaiting detail on load factor results from Virgin Blue Airlines for flights between Adelaide and Canberra during the summer period. However, conversations with Virgin Blue indicate that they are pleased with the load factor results to Canberra, the majority of which included leisure based travelers. The formal analysis to be provided by Virgin Blue will indicate the success rate of the campaign. When this information has been reported to us, we will present the findings in the next ACTC Quarterly Report.
4. The Summer by the Lake campaign was developed by a group of national attractions comprising the National Library of Australia, the National Gallery of Australia, the National Portrait Gallery and the National Capital Authority. ACTC supported the campaign through the development of a web competition. The campaign is deemed to be a success, given the positive feedback and satisfaction of each of the facilitating parties.
5. Some 244 entries have been received. The database comprising details of entrants has been provided to organisations participating in this exercise.
6. A Capital Summer (See answer to question 1 regarding the different elements of the campaign) concluded as follows:
Postcard campaign concluded on 19 December 2003 with the winner reported in the media on 29 December 2003.
Adelaide Campaign (See answer to question 3 a)
Advertisements for Summer by the Lake were placed in the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) during November, December and January. The competition concluded on 24 January 2004 with the winner reported in the SMH on 31 January 2004.
The summer campaign ran throughout the 2003-2004 summer period and officially concluded on 29 February 2004 with the end of summer.
(Question No 1320)
Mr Pratt asked the Minister for Education, Youth and Family Services, upon notice, on 3 March 2004:
(1) How many male teachers have been registered with the ACT Department of Education, Youth and Family Services on a full-time basis in (a) 1999-2000, (b) 2000-2001, (c) 2001-2002, (d) 2002-2003 and (e) 2003 to date;
(2) How many male teachers have been registered with the ACT Department of Education, Youth and Family Services on a part-time and casual basis in (a) 1999-2000, (b) 2000-2001, (c) 2001-2002, (d) 2002-2003 and (e) 2003 to date.
(3) How many male teachers currently registered on a full-time basis with the ACT Department of Education, Youth and Family Services hold positions of (a) principal and (b) deputy principal.