Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 4 Hansard (12 April) . .
d) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elected Body.
e) A range of interested groups and individuals to discuss the new policy direction, including the Human Right and Equal Opportunities Commission, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and the Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs.
(Question No 1065)
Mrs Jones asked the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, upon notice, on 23 March 2018:
How many days were classified with a Fire Danger Rating of (a) low-moderate, (b) high, (c) very high, (d) severe, (e) extreme and (f) catastrophic in 2016-17.
Mr Gentleman: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
During the 2016-17 bushfire season, the Fire Danger Rating was:
(a) low-moderate on 80 days
(b) high on 67 days
(c) very high on 4 days
(d) severe on zero days
(e) extreme on zero days
(f) catastrophic on zero days.
Outside the prescribed bushfire season, the Bureau of Meteorology do not provide the ACT Emergency Services Agency (ESA) with fire weather, unless it is specifically requested by the ESA.
ACT public service—overpayment
(Question No 1083)
Miss C Burch asked the Minister for Workplace Safety and Industrial Relations, upon notice, on 23 March 2018 (redirected to the Treasurer):
(1) How many public servants have received overpayments (a) 2012-13, (b) 2013-14, (c) 2014-15, (d) 2015-16, (e) 2016-17 and (f) 2017-18 to date.
(2) What was the total dollar value of overpayments to public servants identified in part (1), by financial year.
(3) For each number of overpayments identified in part (1), how many of those overpayments are yet to be repaid, by financial year
(4) For each amount identified in part (3), what dollar amount is yet to be repaid, by financial year.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
The answer to (1), (2), (3) and (4) relating to the above is captured in the following table:
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