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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2013 Week 14 Hansard (27 November) . . Page.. 4289..


MR CORBELL: There is no specific time frame, but those steps have been initiated immediately by my director-general and will be in accordance with the enterprise agreement.

MADAM SPEAKER: Supplementary question, Mr Coe.

MR COE: Minister, what will the government do to investigate and resolve, within the 30 days, future complaints, including those referred to the Fair Work Ombudsman?

Mr Corbell: Would you say that again, please, Mr Coe. I did not quite hear it.

MR COE: Sure. I said: what will the government do to investigate and resolve, within the 30 days, future complaints, including those referred to the Fair Work Ombudsman?

MR CORBELL: I think the question is somewhat hypothetical, but Mr Coe is referring to the decision of the Fair Work Ombudsman that all future instances like this, should they arise, should be dealt with within 30 days. My directorate agrees with that advice from the Fair Work Ombudsman.

MADAM SPEAKER: Supplementary question, Mr Coe.

MR COE: Minister, will you guarantee that these issues will be resolved by the September 2014 deadline?

MR CORBELL: These issues will be resolved as soon as possible.

Gungahlin—community facilities

MS PORTER: My question is to the Minister for Economic Development. Could the minister update the Assembly on the construction of new community facilities in Gungahlin?

MR BARR: I thank Ms Porter for the question. I am sure members are aware that Gungahlin is the fastest growing region in our territory. That is why the government continues to deliver infrastructure and community services to this fastest growing region.

Over the past decade the Gungahlin town centre has been expanded with the delivery of the college, a CIT learning centre and the Gungahlin library. The town centre now also has a community health centre which was opened in September 2012 as part of the government's health infrastructure program. This is located in a precinct that also includes the Gungahlin child and family centre and a wide range of community services provided through Communities@Work.

All of these existing community facilities are to be co-located with more new infrastructure, all of which is currently under construction or in the planning phase.


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