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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1999 Week 7 Hansard (30 June) . . Page.. 1911 ..

MR SMYTH (continuing):

I think Mr Corbell is quite right on this. Territory Plan variation No. 64 covers all of this. The watching brief the Urban Services Committee have on this and their ongoing work on this, including the development of the kit, can clearly cope with all of this. The Government would support a referral to the Urban Services Committee.

Question resolved in the affirmative.



MR SPEAKER: For the information of members, I present documents relating to the Bruce Stadium redevelopment provided to me prior to 29 June 1999, pursuant to the resolution of the Assembly of 5 May 1999, and an authorisation of publication dated 25 June 1999 for the documents provided on 18, 22 and 25 June 1999. They are all on the Serjeant-at-Arms' desk to my right.



MR SPEAKER: Pursuant to subsection 8(4) of the Legislative Assembly (Broadcasting of Proceedings) Act 1997, I present authorisations to broadcast given to a number of television networks and radio stations in relation to proceedings on the debate on the motion relating to the tenth anniversary of self-government on Tuesday, 11 May 1999; the debate on the motion relating to the want of confidence in the Chief Minister on Wednesday, 30 June 1999, and any subsequent proceedings; the public hearings of the inquiry into educational services for students with a disability by the Standing Committee on Education on 20 May and 10 June 1999; the public hearings of the Select Committee on Estimates 1999-2000; and the public hearing on the inquiry into respite care by the Standing Committee on Health and Community Care on 16 June 1999.


Papers and Ministerial Statement

MS CARNELL (Chief Minister and Treasurer): Mr Speaker, I present, for the information of members and pursuant to sections 31A and 79 of the Public Sector Management Act 1994, copies of long-term contracts made with Rod Gilmour, Alan Thompson, Rosemary Walsh, Trevor Wheeler, Phillip Thompson and Alan Towill; short-term contracts made with Russell Bayliss and Brian Jacobs; performance agreements made with Julie McKinnon and George Tomlins; and Schedule D variations made with Philip Mitchell, Douglas Jarvis and Vlad Aleksandric. I ask for leave to make a very short statement with regard to these contracts.

Leave granted.

MS CARNELL: I would like to alert members to the issue of privacy of personal information that may be contained in these contracts, and I ask members to deal sensitively with the information and to respect the privacy of the individual executives.

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