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Board of Inquiry - ACT Totalisator Board (ACTTAB) / Vanuatu International Totalisator (VITAB) Contractual agreements – (BURBIDGE INQUIRY)

26 June 1997

A Board of Inquiry, pursuant to the Inquiries Act 1991 into the activities of the ACT Racing Club (the Club) and the Board of ACTTAB (the Board - either the current or a previous board).

Board of Inquiry - Acton Peninsula - Demolition of Buildings – (TANZER/ SMETHURST INQUIRY)

14 July 1997 (Tanzer)

29 July 1997 (Smethurst)

A Board of Inquiry to inquire into the following matters: (i) the circumstances including all considerations by the Assembly, the Executive, Ministers, officials and Agencies relating to the demolition of Royal Canberra Hospital, since the Acton-Kingston Land Swap; (ii) the circumstances relating to the process followed in reaching a conclusion as how to demolish the Royal Canberra Hospital; (iii) the circumstances surrounding and the processes followed to determine the successful contractor to undertake take the contract; (iv) the circumstances surrounding and the process followed in the development of the implosion contract; and (v) the circumstances relating to, and the appropriateness of, the decision to invite spectators to view the implosion and publicity and media promotion of the implosion.

Board Of Inquiry into Disability Services – (GALLOP INQUIRY)

5 December 2000

A Board of Inquiry, to inquire into the services for people with a disability in residential care in the ACT.

Board of Inquiry into System Level Responses to Family Violence in the ACT – (GLANFIELD INQUIRY)

22 February 2016

Review the current legislative framework, policy, practices and operations of ACT Government directorates and service providers who respond to family violence with a focus on systemic issues.

Review the effectiveness of interactions and responses of government directorates/agencies and service providers in relation to mandatory reporting, family violence (particularly where children are involved) and the sharing of information on at risk families.

Part (c) and (d):

Providing a full answer to these parts would represent an unreasonable diversion of resources given the length of time since these inquiries were undertaken, and that much of the information requested may be unlikely to be available or incomplete.

However, information on major costs incurred by the Glanfield Inquiry, which is the only Board of Inquiry to be appointed in the past two decades, is provided as follows:

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