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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2007 Week 11 Hansard (15 November) . . Page.. 3521..


School

Incident Type

Lyneham High School

Intruder violence

Belconnen High School

Violent incident - student/student

Canberra High School

Intruder violence

Kambah High School

Violent incident - student/student

Kambah High School

Chemical hazard or gas leak

Kambah High School

Intruder violence

Calwell High School

Intruder violence

Lake Tuggeranong College

Intruder violence

Kambah High School

Violent Incident - student/property

Wanniassa School

Violent Incident - student/student

Wanniassa School

Intruder violence

Wanniassa School

Violent incident - student/property

Stromlo High School

Violent incident

Wanniassa School

Intruder violence

Roads—footpaths

(Question No 1701)

Dr Foskey asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 26 September 2007:

(1) Which streets do not have footpaths in Red Hill;

(2) Does the Government support the idea that walking is often the only exercise available to elderly residents;

(3) In view of the ageing population of that suburb, is the Government planning to upgrade footpaths in need of maintenance and to put footpaths where none now exist.

Mr Hargreaves: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) The streets which do not have footpaths in Red Hill are as follows:

Arnhem Place, Beagle Street, Borrowdale Street, Bramble Street, Charlotte Street, Discovery Street, Endeavour Street, Esperance Street, Fishburn Street, Fortitude Street, Francis Street, Friendship Street, Gowrie Drive, Mermaid Street, Norfolk Street, Pelsart Street, Penrhyn Street, Pera Place, Quiros Street, Red Hill Drive, Reliance Street, Roebuck Street, Scarborough Street, Sirius Place, Supply Place, Tamar Street, Zeehan Street.

(2) The Government supports the idea that walking is one form of exercise available to elderly residents.

(3) No, other than routine maintenance as required.

Education—walking school bus

(Question No 1702)

Dr Foskey asked the Minister for Education and Training, upon notice, on 26 September 2007:


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