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(e) This was viewed 573 times and had a reach of 1531.

(f) This video was shared on the City Renewal Canberra Facebook Page.

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(a) To inform the community of the changes to the Sydney and Melbourne building laneways where the development application has been approved to install waste enclosures.

(b) Material captured internally and edited using the ACT Government's online video editing platform, Shootsta.

(c) Material produced using Shootsta, the ACT Government's video editing service platform for which the City Renewal Authority has contributed $18000 as part of a yearly subscription.

(d) Nil.

(e) This was viewed 766 times and had a reach of 2173.

(f) This video was shared across The City Renewal Authority and City Renewal Canberra (formerly named In the City Canberra) Facebook and Instagram pages.

Government—fees and charges (Question No 1088)

Mr Coe asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 23 March 2018:

What fees and charges imposed by the ACT Government is the Commonwealth exempt from paying.

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

In general, the Commonwealth pays fees and charges which are required for the provision of goods and services, such as motor vehicle registration fees, number plate fees and parking fees.

However, most ACT Government fees and charges are, by their nature, only applicable to activities undertaken by individuals or businesses, and therefore do not apply in relation to the Commonwealth.

Government—taxes and charges (Question No 1092)

Mr Coe asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 23 March 2018:

Does the Commonwealth Government make payments to the ACT Government in relation to (a) rates and (b) land tax; if so, can the Treasurer provide, for the last three financial years to date (i) the total value of the rates and land tax revenue paid by the Commonwealth and (ii) a breakdown of the total number of Commonwealth owned properties by type; if not, (i) why is the Commonwealth Government exempted, (ii) what is the total value of the rates and land tax revenue that has been forgone during the last three financial years to date and (iii) can the Treasurer provide a breakdown of the total number of exempted Commonwealth owned properties by type during the last three financial years to date.


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