Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 8 Hansard (19 August) . . Page.. 3738..
3. Jurors were paid a total of $119,979.90 in 2009 giving an average payment of $122.18 per person who attended for service. The figure of $122.18 is the average for all jurors who attended for jury service and does not reflect that public servants who attend and who serve only receive $15 for expenses per day, public servants who attend and are not selected receive $15 for their attendance and non-public servants who attend but who are not selected for the jury receive $59.10 for their attendance.
Payments to jurors are made in line with Schedule 1 of the Juries Fees Regulations 1968 as set out below
attendance on the court for 4 hours or less
attendance on the court for more than 4 hours—
(a) for each day from day 1 to day 5 (inclusive)
(b) for each day from day 6 to day 10 (inclusive)
(c) for each day after day 10
travel allowance for each day of attendance on the court
4. No payments were made to businesses to compensate them for staff attending for jury service.
(Question No 1009)
Ms Le Couteur asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 1 July 2010:
(1) What is the current Government policy regarding the provision and location of public toilets.
(2) How many public toilets are there currently in Canberra, and where are these located.
(3) Can the Minister provide details of the review of public toilets being undertaken by the Department of Territory and Municipal Services, including (a) when the review was started, (b) what the review involves, (c) what public engagement is being undertaken and (d) when the review will be completed.
(4) What new public toilets have been built in the last five years.
(5) Has the Government taken any action, or is it planning to take action, in regards to designating toilets in cafes or other central buildings as public toilets.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) Public toilets are provided at Town and District Parks, in the City centre, in town centres (Woden, Civic etc) and group centres (Dickson, Kippax etc), at picnic areas and other locations that attract large numbers of visitors. Local centres (Ainslie,