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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2013 Week 2 Hansard (14 February) . . Page.. 622..


Supplementary answers to questions without notice

Preventative Health Taskforce

MS GALLAGHER: I have one matter arising from question time. Mr Hanson asked me about the task force. I have the membership. We have the Centre for Research and Action in Public Health, faculty of health from the Canberra university, Chief Minister's Directorate, Community Services Directorate, Economic Development Directorate, Education and Training Directorate, Environment and Sustainable Development Directorate, the Heart Foundation, the Health Directorate, Justice and Community Safety, Medicare Local, Territory and Municipal Services, ACTION, Roads and the Treasury Directorate.

Canberra Centenary Trail

MR BARR: Madam Speaker, during question time Ms Porter asked me a supplementary question about the Canberra Centenary Trail. I did a little bit of research while I was listening to my ministerial colleagues so adequately answer all of the opposition's questions today.

I am very pleased to be able to advise the Assembly that the Centenary Trail is 140 kilometres in length, that it has a symbolic starting point and the concluding point is within the parliamentary zone. The trail includes locations such as Anzac Parade, the War Memorial, Lake Burley Griffin, the arboretum, Stromlo Forest Park and Mulligans Flat sanctuary. It does provide outstanding views, I am advised, from Black Mountain, Mount Majura, Dairy Farmers Hill, as well as other high points along the trail.

Environment—Better Place

MR CORBELL: Madam Speaker, yesterday in question time Mr Coe asked me how many registered electric vehicles there are in the ACT. There are currently 94.

Trees—Kingston Foreshore

MR RATTENBURY: During question time Mr Doszpot asked me about the listing of four remaining trees in the Kingston-Barton area. I can confirm that TAMS is writing a letter to the Conservator of Flora and Fauna, who sits within the Environment and Sustainable Development Directorate, to request the registration of the remaining four trees as a group. The conservator's decision will be made by the end of March.

Paper

Mr Barr presented the following paper:

Financial Management Act, pursuant to section 30E—Half-yearly performance reports—December 2012, for the following:

Home Loan Portfolio, dated January 2013.

Superannuation Provision Account, dated January 2013.


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