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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 14 Hansard (9 December) . . Page.. 6218..


How many staff (a) are employed as graphic designers and (b) manage advertising as their primary responsibility.

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

(1) Two staff are employed as media advisers or communications advisers - noting that their responsibilities also include in-house publications, website management, advertising, development of communications strategies for major planning projects, etc.

(2) The average salary of each staff referred to in part (1) is $78,357.

(3) (a) two part-time graphic designers (who job-share one position) are employed; (b) no staff employed to manage advertising as their primary responsibility.

Government—media and communications advisers (Question No 1358)

Mr Seselja asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 8 December 2010:

(1) How many staff are employed as media advisers or communications advisers in each department and agency in the Minister's portfolio.

(2) What is the average salary of each staff referred to in part (1).

(3) How many staff (a) are employed as graphic designers and (b) manage advertising as their primary responsibility.

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

(1) ACT Treasury does not employ any staff as media advisers or communications advisers.

(2) Not applicable

(3) Not applicable

Environment—plastic bags (Question No 1374)

Mr Seselja asked the Minister for the Environment, Climate Change and Water, upon notice, on 9 December 2010:

In relation to the survey conducted by consultants on behalf of the Department of Environment, Climate Change, Energy and Water on plastic bags, which figure is correct given that the Executive Summary of the survey results indicate that 33 per cent of those surveyed by telephone support a ban on plastic bags, whereas information on page 8 of the results indicates that only 19 per cent of Canberrans surveyed by telephone (33 per cent of the 58 per cent who support some form of restrictive Government action) support a ban.


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