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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 8 Hansard (24 August) . . Page.. 3729..

(2) What is the number of registered vehicles in the ACT that are classified as (a) A, (b) B, (c) C and (d) D rated.

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

(1) I am advised that in order to change the source of determining green vehicle ratings (used as a basis for duty payable on cars) away from the Green Vehicle Guide (GVG), amendments would be required to the following instrument:

* DI2010-133 - the disallowable instrument made under section 139 of the Taxation Administration Act 1999, which sets the duty rate applied to an application for registration of a motor vehicle as categorised by the GVG.

For completeness, section 208 (3) of the Duties Act 1999 would also possibly require amendment as this section includes a reference to the GVG in an example of an instrument and this reference would be redundant and could be misleading if a different instrument or guide was used.

It is also anticipated that changes may need to be made to the vehicle registration system, rego.act, to enable green vehicle ratings to be obtained from a source other than the GVG.

(2) As at 1 May 2012 the number of currently registered vehicles with a green vehicle rating were: A = 2,472 B = 9,190 C = 29,333 D = 6,352

Justice and Community Safety Directorate—staff (Question No 2361)

Ms Bresnan asked the Minister for Multicultural Affairs, upon notice, on 10 May 2012 (redirected to the Attorney-General):

(1) In relation to the Justice and Community Safety Directorate annual report 2010-11, Volume 1, pages 207 and 208 and support services provided by Government to members of the community who are from a non-English speaking background (NESB), how many full-time equivalent (FTE) staff are employed within the Justice and Community Safety Directorate to provide or act as (a) interpreters and (b) support services for people from a NESB.

(2) What are the staff classification levels for staff engaged in these activities.

(3) What are the per annum costs of providing these services, broken down by staffing costs and operational costs.

(4) Can the Minister provide details of the services offered to people from a NESB.

(5) What is the annualised funding provided by the Directorate to non-government organisations to provide or act as (a) interpreters and (b) support services for people from a NESB.

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