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(2) No. All ACT Policing members, particularly Traffic Operations members pay attention to all traffic offences committed by motorists on roads and road related areas in the ACT.
(3) Since 2001 the number of road accidents which have occurred as a result of drivers using mobile devices is:
Source: PROMIS as at 3 October 05; BRIO as at 5 October 05; *2005-06 is the period 1 July 05 to 2 October 05
(4) The number of repeat offenders who have been fined, prosecuted or otherwise is:
Number of people
(5) It is an offence under Australian Road Rules No.300, to use a mobile phone while driving. The current penalty incurred in the ACT for this offence is $226, which attracts 3 demerit points.
(6) The total value of fines issued in each of the years listed in part (3) for the use of mobile phones while driving is:
(Question No 672)
Mr Smyth asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 22 September 2005:
(1) In relation to public elective surgery waiting lists and times, how many patients were added to the waiting lists at (a) The Canberra Hospital and (b) Calvary Hospital in (i) July 2005 and (ii) August 2005;
(2) How many patients were removed from the waiting lists after admission at (a) The Canberra Hospital and (b) Calvary Hospital in (i) July 2005 and (ii) August 2005;
(3) How many patients were on the elective surgery waiting list at (a) The Canberra Hospital and (b) Calvary Hospital at the end of (i) July 2005 and (ii) August 2005;