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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 9 Hansard (18 September) . .

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Oodgeroo Av after Hoskins St 3 7 2 4 Oodgeroo Av after Nullarbor Av 6 3 2 2 Oodgeroo Av after Gwen Meredith 4 10 3 4 Oogeroo Av before Hoskins St 16 4 5 3 Nullarbor Av before Kings Canyon St 4 4 2 2 Nullarbor Av before Katoomba St 2 6 2 6 Hibberson St Gungahlin Market Place 70 29 38 15 Hibberson St before Gozzard St 41 48 27 36 Cohen St Bus Stn Plt 1 12 1 10 0 Cohen St Bus Stn Arrivals 0 4 0 3 Total 988 802 571 452

Questions without notice taken on notice

Racing industry—unclaimed dividends

Mr Barr (in reply to a question and supplementary questions by Mr Doszpot and Mr Smyth on Thursday, 14 August 2014): Unclaimed declared dividends in the Territory are retained by the licence holder.

A person who is entitled to the dividend or other amount may claim the amount from the licensee within one year of the event or contingency. There are no other particular legal or compliance requirements.

As a licence holder Tabcorp will be entitled to retain any unclaimed declared dividends, or other amount payable to a person in relation to an event or contingency, if that dividend or amount payable has not been claimed by a person that is entitled to the amount.

ACTTAB will retain any unclaimed declared dividends at the time that the sale is completed. Any subsequent claims made against those amounts up to one year from the change in ownership will be paid by Tabcorp who will then seek reimbursement from the Territory.

The Government does not intend changing the arrangements relating to unclaimed dividends.

ACT public service—breastfeeding

Ms Gallagher (in reply to supplementary questions by Mrs Jones and Ms Lawder on Wednesday, 13 August 2014): The ACT Government provides excellent support to mothers in the workplace, through the employment framework and specific breastfeeding initiatives:

ACTPS Respect, Equity and Diversity Framework

The Respect, Equity and Diversity Framework was launched in December 2010 and aims to provide a workplace that enables equal employment opportunities for all applicants and employees and highlights the fundamental importance of each ACTPS employee acting in a way that respects the inherent dignity of the person.


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