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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 7 Hansard (5 August) . .

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appropriation to the then Economic Development Directorate to address urgent repairs to the Canberra Olympic Pool, the operating costs of the Gungahlin Leisure Centre and a one-day international cricket match.

The fourth instrument provides $1.767 million in net cost of outputs appropriation to the Justice and Community Safety Directorate for additional costs related to the board of inquiry into the conviction of Mr David Eastman. The fifth instrument provides $244,000 in net cost of outputs appropriation to the Justice and Community Safety Directorate to meet costs associated with judges' entitlements as a result of the Remuneration Tribunal determinations. The sixth and final instrument provides the princely sum of $30,000 in net cost of outputs appropriation to Housing ACT for supported accommodation to apprentices and trainees.

Finally, section 19B of the FMA allows for the authorisation of expenditure of certain commonwealth grants. This package today includes four such instruments. The first provides an increase of $4.373 million in the net cost of outputs appropriation for the ACT local hospital network in relation to the commonwealth public hospital system—additional funding national partnership agreement.

The second instrument provides an increase of $3.207 million in the net cost of outputs appropriation, again for the Health Directorate, in relation to the commonwealth long stay older patients national partnership agreement. The third instrument provides an increase of $293,000 in the net cost of outputs appropriation, this time to the Education and Training Directorate, in relation to the commonwealth/state and territory joint group training program national partnership. The final instrument provides an increase of $55,000 in the net cost of outputs appropriation to the Education and Training Directorate in relation to the industry and Indigenous skills centres national partnership.

Additional details regarding all of the instruments are provided in the statement of reasons accompanying each of them that I have tabled today. I commend them to the Assembly.

Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission—reports

Papers and statement by minister

MR BARR (Molonglo—Deputy Chief Minister, Treasurer, Minister for Economic Development, Minister for Housing and Minister for Tourism and Events): For the information of members I present the following papers:

Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission Act, pursuant to section 24—Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission—

Report 4 of 2014—Standing offer prices for the supply of electricity to small customers—1 July 2014 to 30 June 2017—Final report, dated 13 June 2014.

Report 5 of 2014—Standing offer prices for the supply of electricity to small customers—1 July 2014 to 30 June 2017—Price direction.


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