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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 8 Hansard (14 August) . .

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circumstances of the persons against whom they have been issued. It is worth highlighting also that a number of these warrants relate to the execution of outstanding arrest warrants for persons who had those warrants issued in other jurisdictions and who have subsequently moved to the ACT.

MADAM SPEAKER: A supplementary question, Mr Wall.

MR WALL: Minister, on completion of operation Azine on 28 July this year, how many arrest warrants still remained in the territory?

MR CORBELL: I will take the question on notice.

MADAM SPEAKER: Supplementary question, Mr Hanson.

MR HANSON: Minister, what are you doing to ensure that offenders with outstanding warrants are arrested?

MR CORBELL: I refer Mr Hanson to the operation referred to by his colleague Mr Wall.

MADAM SPEAKER: Supplementary question, Mr Hanson.

MR HANSON: Minister, can you provide a breakdown of which were ACT outstanding warrants and how many were from other jurisdictions?

MR CORBELL: I will take advice as to whether it is reasonably practicable to provide that.

Planning—deconcessionalisation

MRS JONES: My question is to the Minister for Planning. Minister, I refer to a finding by the Civil and Administrative Tribunal that planning authorities adopted a "formulaic" approach to the deconcessionalisation of community group leases for 13 leases since 2010. All of the minister's reasons were found to have been "couched in roughly similar terms". One of the concessions granted was for the Weston Creek Labor Club in Stirling in 2012. Minister, what actions will you take to ensure that a formulaic approach is not taken to deconcessionalisation of community group or club leases in the future?

MR GENTLEMAN: I thank Mrs Jones for her question. I will be having a look at the process for deconcessionalisation of those particular sites. I have a list of sites in front of me and I have had a look at the particular one you have mentioned. There was an application and a sum to deconcessionalise. I think that is still in the process.

MADAM SPEAKER: A supplementary question, Mrs Jones.

MRS JONES: Minister, what action will you take to ensure that the community is provided with all relevant information about the deconcessionalisation of the Weston Creek Labor Club?


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