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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 04 Hansard (Wednesday, 11 April 2018) . . Page.. 1263 ..

Referring to some examples from the 2016-17 programs, there was the Australian National University’s project to re-establish the heritage orchard and landscape at Mount Stromlo Observatory, and the Southern ACT Catchment Group’s project to highlight the significance and use of the heritage-listed Theodore Aboriginal grinding groove site. The Molonglo Catchment Group’s project was a partnership with the Friends of Black Mountain to further enhance the visitor experience of the woodland walk on Black Mountain reserve. Greening Australia capital region group used a grant to identify, record, register and protect local culturally significant trees in the Canberra region.

ACT Health—proposed organisational changes

MRS KIKKERT: My question is to the Minister for Mental Health. When was the proposal to restructure the Health Directorate first discussed with you?

MR RATTENBURY: I will need to look at my diary and provide that answer to Mrs Kikkert at a later time.

MRS KIKKERT: Minister, what role did you have in developing this restructure plan?

MR RATTENBURY: I had discussions with the minister for health, as you would anticipate. We discussed the pros and cons of it, the timing and the various implantation questions that need to be resolved in moving through this important policy decision.

MRS DUNNE: Minister, when were you first advised of the decision to part ways with the Director-General of the Health Directorate, and what involvement did you have in this process?

MR RATTENBURY: I discussed that matter with the Minister for Health as per my earlier answer. I would have to consult by diary on that matter as well.

ACT Health—data review

MS LEE: My question is to the Minister for Health and Wellbeing. Minister, is the system-wide review into health data finished and, if not, why not?

MS FITZHARRIS: Yes, it is.

MS LEE: Minister, why have you not tabled the review

MS FITZHARRIS: I have informed the Assembly on many occasions of the status of the review. The review has only recently been completed. I am considering it at the moment.

MRS DUNNE: Minister, was the data review submitted to you as the minister for health or was it submitted to cabinet?

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