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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 6 Hansard (11 May) . . Page.. 2182..


2.The number of cases appealed from the Magistrate's Court to the Supreme Court are as follows. The cases for each year do not necessarily correlate with criminal sentences passed in the Magistrates Court in the same year - some may relate to prior years.

Criminal appeals from Magistrate's Court

2004-05

50

2005-06

51

2006-07

47

2007-08

79

3. Data is not kept on the outcomes of appeals. It would be necessary to check each finalised criminal appeal file to answer this question.

4. The number of cases appealed from the Supreme Court to the Court of Appeal are as follows. Again the cases for each year do not necessarily correlate with criminal sentences passed in the Supreme Court in the same year - some may relate to prior years.

Criminal appeals from Supreme Court

2004-05

15

2005-06

28

2006-07

16

2007-08

22

5. Data is not kept on the outcomes of appeals, it would be necessary to check each finalised criminal appeal file to answer this question.

ActewAGL—directors

(Question No 51)

Ms Hunter asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 12 February 2009:

(1) Who is a director on more than one board in the group of ActewAGL companies.

(2) How many boards have John McKay and Michael Costello sat on in the past five years.

(3) How many boards do John McKay and Michael Costello sit on now.

(4) Have John McKay and Michael Costello drawn salary for these directorships while being paid employees of any of the ACTEW companies; if so, what salary has been drawn for each directorship.

Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) The following information is provided to outline the structure and ownership arrangements of ActewAGL.


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