Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 9 Hansard (18 August) . . Page.. 2993..
(2) Since February 2005 there have been 68 children and young people discharged from the Quamby Youth Detention Centre.
(3) Quamby Youth Detention Centre has had between the period 1 January 2005 to 30 June 2005:
(a) male and female residents on 177 days;
(b) both young people under the age of 18 and persons over the age of 18 on 139 days; and
(c) residents on committal orders and remand orders on 179 days.
(Question No 455)
Mr Smyth asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 1 July 2005:
(1) What are the guidelines applying to advertising messages printed on payslips for ACT Government employees;
(2) What approval process is required for the content of any advertising message printed on a payslip for ACT Government employees;
(3) Is there any limit to the number of separate messages that can be printed on a payslip for ACT Government employees
(4) What are the guidelines applying to the inclusion of additional advertising material with payslips for ACT Government employees;
(5) What approval process is required for the content of any additional advertising material that is included with a payslip for ACT Government employees;
(6) Is there any limit to the number of separate pieces of additional advertising material that can be included with a payslip for ACT Government employees;
(7) Is the use of advertising messages or additional material restricted to particular ACT Government departments or agencies or is such advertising distributed to all ACT Government employees;
(8) Are ACT Government employees able to indicate whether they do not wish to receive advertising messages or material; if so, how can individual employees have their name removed from distribution lists for advertising material; if not, why not;
(9) What fees are charged for the inclusion of advertising messages or material with payslips for ACT Government employees;
(10) How is revenue utilised by the ACT Government if fees are charged.
Mr Quinlan: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
With the introduction of the new Human Resources and Payroll system on 1 July 2005, payslips for the majority of government employees are now being sent electronically, via email. For this reason, the inclusion of advertising material either with payslips or printed on