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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 6 Hansard (9 June) . .

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      •     41 applicants received between $704 and $2,000 for the Graduate Diploma in Mental Health Nursing, University of Canberra;

      •     nine applicants received between $2,000 and $5,000 for post graduate courses at other Universities;

      •     one applicant received $6,500 for the Bachelor of Nursing program at University of Canberra;

      •     one applicant received $12,500 for the Masters of Public Administration.

Other scholarships were awarded in 2015-2016 for non tertiary support to attend conferences and to undertake the Joanna Briggs Research Fellowship. This amount (to date) totals $24,300.

Children and young people—playgrounds (Question No 746)

Mrs Jones asked the Minister for Economic Development, upon notice, on 4 May 2016:

What was the total cost for building of the Boundless playground at Kings Park including (a) the cost of equipment, (b) the cost of landscaping, (c) the cost of fencing, (d) the cost of footpaths, (e) the cost of toilet facilities, (f) the cost of plumbing, (g) the cost of signage, (h) the cost of labour and (i) any other costs in establishing this playground.

Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

Boundless Canberra is an independent Incorporated Association, not an ACT Government program. The Boundless Canberra Board manages the expenditure of the donated monies for the playground.

Tuggeranong—offensive odours (Question No 747)

Ms Lawder asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 5 May 2016:

(1) How many complaints about the foul smell in Tuggeranong were received by Access Canberra and passed on to ACT Government directorates or agencies, from November 2015 to May 2016 inclusive, as (a) as anonymous and (b) not anonymous.

(2) What was the total number of complaints received by Access Canberra about the foul smell in Tuggeranong from November 2015 to May 2016 inclusive.

Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) No complaints received by Access Canberra (which includes the EPA) on the odours in Tuggeranong were passed on to other ACT government directorates or agencies as Access Canberra is the relevant authority in relation to this matter.

(2) Access Canberra received a total of 89 complaints about the odour in Tuggeranong between November 2015 and May 2016 inclusive. Of these 89 complaints, 54 were


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