Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2001 Week 1 Hansard (15 February) . . Page.. 251 ..
Heritage Places Register-Albert Hall
Paper and statement by minister
MR SMYTH (Minister for Urban Services, Minister for Business, Tourism and the Arts and Minister for Police and Emergency Services): Mr Speaker, for the information of members, I present the following paper:
Land (Planning and Environment) Act, pursuant to section 29-Variation (No 159) to the Territory Plan relating to the Heritage Places Register-Albert Hall Yarralumla, together with background papers, a copy of the summaries and reports, and a copy of any direction or report required.
Mr Speaker, I seek leave to make a statement.
MR SMYTH: In accordance with the provisions of the act, this variation is presented with the background papers, a copy of the summaries and report, and a copy of any directions or reports required.
Mr Stefaniak presented the following paper:
National Crime Authority-Report for 1999-2000, including financial statements and the report of the Australian National Audit Office.
MR MOORE (Minister for Health, Housing and Community Services): Mr Speaker, on Tuesday I understand that you tabled the performance report for the December quarter 2000-2001 for the Department of Health, Housing and Community Care. On page 2 of that report under the heading "Summary of Major Outputs, Output 3.1: Clinical Services" it is stated that ACT public hospitals have produced 28,850 cost-weighted separations, which is a 1 per cent under achievement against the pro-rata budget. This figure actually understates the position as it was calculated on only 98 per cent of the total data. So, for the information of members I will be tabling during the next sitting session a report with an updated figure.
Mr Moore presented the following papers:
Health Regulation (Maternal Health Information) Act-Quarterly report from approved facilities-1 July to 30 September 2000.
Calvary Public Hospital-Patient Activity Data-December 2000.
The Canberra Hospital-Patient Activity Data-December 2000.