Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2004 Week 3 Hansard (11 March) . . Page.. 1222..
(3) None at this time. As per (1) above, the Government is reconsidering its strategies.
Calwell ambulance station
(Question No 1317)
Mr Smythasked the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, upon notice, on Wednesday, 3 March 2004:
(1) Are there any plans to close or reduce the operations of the Calwell Ambulance Station;
(2) What are the current hours of operation of the Calwell Ambulance Station;
(3) What are the next closest stations to Calwell to the (a) north, (b) east, (c) south and
(d) west and at what distance are these stations from the current Calwell station.
Mr Wood: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) There are no plans to close or reduce the operations of the Calwell Ambulance Station.
(2) Ambulance operations are conducted from the Calwell Ambulance Station 24 hours per day 365 days per week.
(3) The closest Ambulance stations to Calwell Ambulance Station are in order of distance/direction:
Kambah Ambulance Station,
Woden Ambulance Station,
Fyshwick Joint Emergency Services Complex,
Sport and Recreation ACT website
(Question No 1324)
Mr Stefaniakasked the Minister for Sport, Racing and Gaming, upon notice, on 3 March 2004:
1. How many of the website surveys that were included in the December Sport and Recreation ACT newsletter were returned to Sport and Recreation ACT?
2. What percentage of respondents said they were satisfied with the information the www.sport.act.gov.au website provides?
3. What were some of the reasons given by those who were not satisfied with the website and what suggestions were made to improve the website?
4. What is Sport and Recreation ACT doing with the feedback respondents have provided on the website?
5. Are there any immediate improvements planned for the website; if so, what improvements will be made?