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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 13 Hansard (Thursday, 17 November 2005) . . Page.. 4368 ..


Kaleen Occasional Care Centre

Kaleen Community Association Inc.

20

Nil

Kambah Cottage

YMCA of Canberra Inc.

12

Nil

Kambah Early Childhood Centre

Communities at Work

25

Nil

Lollipop Children's Centre

Woden Community Service Inc.

60

Nil

Majura Occassional Care/Early Childhood Centre

Northside Community Service

47

Nil

Manuka Occasional Childcare Centre Association

Manuka Occasional Childcare Centre Association Inc.

77

Nil

Narrabundah Children's Cottage

Southside Community Service

35

Nil

Ngunnawal Early Childhood Centre

Gungahlin Regional Community Service Inc.

86

Nil

Nichols Early Childhood Centre

Community Services of Gungahlin Inc.

90

Nil

Rainbow Cottage Early Childhood Centre

SDN Children's Services Inc.

42

Nil

Redhill Montessori

Redhill Montessori

28

Nil

Salem Children's Centre

Uniting Church of Australia

42

Nil

Spence Children's Cottage

Spence Children's Cottage Association Inc.

25

Nil

Stirling Early Childhood Centre

Communities at Work

26

Nil

Taylor Early Childhood Centre

Communities at Work

23

$9,680.28

Totom House Multi Cultural Early Childhood Centre

Totom House Inc.

52

Nil

Treehouse in the Park Early Learning Centre

Treehouse Pre-School & Childcare Centre Inc.

25

Nil

Tuggeranong Early Childhood Centre

Communities at Work

46

Nil

Weston Creek Children's Centre

Weston Creek Community Association Inc.

70

Nil

Teddy Bear Childcare Centre

Small business for profit

84

$78,536.00

Baringa Childcare Centre

Community Based not for profit

60

$27,257.00

The Children's Cubby house

Small business for profit

83

$26,277.00

Red Hill Childcare Centre

Small business for profit

39

$30,822.00


Roads—mobile phone use(Question No 668)

Mr Pratt asked the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, upon notice, on 22 September 2005:

How many (a) ACTION bus drivers, (b) taxi drivers and (c) car drivers have been (i) reported and/or (ii) fined, prosecuted or otherwise for using mobile phones while driving;

Does ACT Policing have an active task force targeting those drivers who use mobile phones while driving; if not, why not;

How many road accidents have occurred as a result of drivers using mobile devices while driving in (a) 2001-02, (b) 2002-03, (c) 2003-04, (d) 2004-05 and (e) 2005-06 to date;

Of the drivers fined, prosecuted or otherwise, how many are repeat offenders;

What is the standard fine for a first time offence of using a mobile device while driving;

What is the total value of fines issued in each of the years listed in part (5) for the use of mobile phones while driving.

Mr Hargreaves: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

ACT Policing does not have the capacity to distinguish between drivers of the types of vehicles mentioned in (a); (b) or (c) that have been (i) reported and/or (ii) fined, prosecuted or otherwise and is therefore unable to provide an answer to this question.


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