Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 4 Hansard (3 April) . . Page.. 1433 ..
Yes - ACT parking inspectors are invited onto University grounds and do issue parking infringement notices within the University of Canberra.
(3) Yes - the revenue collected from parking fines issued at the Australian National University goes back to the Australian National University.
No - the situation at the University of Canberra is explained below.
(4) The University of Canberra is responsible for parking management on its grounds. The University of Canberra has requested the ACT Government to enforce the ACT Road Transport legislation within these grounds. The revenue collected from parking fines issued at the University of Canberra goes to the ACT Government. Under the ACT Road Transport legislation there is no provision for revenue from parking infringement notices to be shared with other organisations or agencies.
(Question No 509)
Mr Stefaniak asked the Minister for Sport, Racing and Gaming, upon notice, on 11 March 2003:
In relation to the AFL Kangaroos new agreement to play matches in Canberra:
1. The Canberra Times reported on 21.03.03 that the new contract will soon be finalised, are there any changes to the contract from the one signed off by the former Liberal Government in September 2000, if so, what are the changes;
2. Did the Government suggest any changes to the contract;
3. Is there any cost to the ACT Budget in regard to this deal, if so, please provide details;
4. Does the Government expect to generate any revenue from the arrangement with the Kangaroos, if so, please provide details, if not, why not;
5. Will there be an out clause in the contract, if so, will it come at a cost to either the ACT or the Kangaroos;
6. Will Manuka Oval generate revenue from hosting Kangaroos matches;
7. Will Manuka Oval receive additional Government assistance to maintain the oval for AFL matches;
8. Will the Kangaroos still be required to conduct National AFL talent identification camps in Canberra;
9. Will the Kangaroos continue with the Junior Roo development program;