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2003 Week 1 Hansard (20 February) . . Page.. 323c..


MS GALLAGHER (continuing):

The contract for Woden Youth Centre still includes the requirement of a total of 18 hours of service delivery in the inner south. We therefore need to correct any misconception that services to young people have been reduced in this part of Canberra. Regarding the changes in 2002-03, the contract was renegotiated with Woden Community Service for funding to be provided for playgroups, families and younger children in the Narrabundah facility.

As I indicated yesterday, I am more than happy to discuss the broader issue of afterhours youth services across Canberra with the ministers youth council. I will be meeting with members of the council next week and would ask that this issue be placed on the agenda for discussion.

Full retail competition�impact on ACT low-income earners
Government response

MR QUINLAN (Treasurer, Minister for Economic Development, Business and Tourism and Minister for Sport, Racing and Gaming) (3.41): For the information of members, I present the following paper:

Full retail competition�Impact on ACT low-income earners�Government response (presented 20 November 2002).
I move:
That the Assembly takes note of the paper.


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