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the joint venture, (b) what were the entities that had an interest in this joint venture and (c) what was the extent and nature of their interest;
(2) What entities were established within the structure of the joint venture and in each case, (a) when was each entity established and (c) what was its role;
(3) What were the interests of the joint venture partners in the entities identified in part (2), what was the extent, where relevant, of any interest from parties external to the joint venture in any of these entities and what changes, if any, occurred in the interests involved in entities established within the joint venture during the life of the joint venture;
(4) How were the initial financial contributions into the joint venture from the joint venture partners determined and were there any changes in the proportions of these financial contributions during the life of the joint venture;
(5) At the time the joint venture was established, did all partners pay all the funds into the joint venture that were committed to be paid.
See the answer to Question No 1330 above.
(Question No 1343)
Mr Smyth asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 4 March 2004:
(1) How many (a) enrolled and (b) registered nurses are currently employed in the A.C.T. public hospital system;
(2) How do the figures in (1) above compare to the figures for March and August 2003, please provide figures;
(3) How many (a) enrolled and (b) registered nurses have left the A.C.T. public hospital system in the last 12 months;
(4) What reasons, if any, were given by nurses for leaving the A.C.T. public hospital system;
(5) How many (a) enrolled and (b) registered nurses have been recruited in the last 12 months;
(6) How many of these recruits have come from the University of Canberra.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is:
Please note that these figures are for the Canberra Hospital and the Calvary Public Hospital and do not include numbers from Community Health or Mental Health Services:
(1) The number of enrolled nurses and registered nurses employed in the ACT as at February 2004: