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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 13 Hansard (Thursday, 27 November 2014) . . Page.. 4378 ..


(d) See answer to 1) (a) above.

(e) $2.225 million.

(f) In addition to the $2.225 million, Government will spend approximately $275,000 to support venue preparations, human resources, security and marketing.


Sport—AFC Asian Cup Australia(Question No 356)

Mr Doszpot asked the Minister for Tourism and Events, upon notice, on 30 October 2014:

In each of the upcoming AFC Asian Cup Australia matches being staged in Canberra

(a) how many tickets are available in each category,

(b) in each category in part (a), how many have been sold,

(c) what is the total value of tickets sold to date,

(d) what portion of ticket revenue does the ACT Government or Capital Football receive,

(e) what is the total ACT Government investment to secure these events and

(f) what costs will the Government incur in hosting these events.

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

1)

(a) This information is subject to a confidentiality clause as part of the Master Funding agreements between the AFC Asian Cup 2015 Local Organising Committee (LOC) and all participating jurisdictions. Under this clause, this information cannot be disclosed to third parties.

(b) See answer to 1) (a) above.

(c) See answer to 1) (a) above.

(d) See answer to 1) (a) above.

(e) $3.47 million.

(f) In addition to the $3.47 million Government will spend approximately $583,000 to support human resources and marketing.


Questions without notice taken on notice

Brian Hennessy Rehabilitation Centre—closure

Ms Gallagher (in reply to a question and a supplementary question by Ms Jones on Thursday, 23 October 2014): The average length of stay (ALOS) for the total 30 residents at Brian Hennessy Rehabilitation Centre (BHRC) is 1129 days (or 37 months).

The ALOS for BHRC residents is significantly influenced by 11 residents, who have resided at BHRC for over three years due to the high degree of psychosocial disability and level of support required, as opposed to being actively engaged in a rehabilitation program.

If these 11 outliers are excluded, the ALOS for the other 19 residents at BHRC is 529 days (or 17 months).


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