Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2004 Week 01 Hansard (Tuesday, 7 December 2004) . . Page.. 71 ..
Australian Capital Territory (Self-Government) Ministerial Appointments Notice 2004 (No 2)—Notifiable Instrument NI2004-418 (S6, dated Friday, 5 November 2004).
Administrative Arrangements 2004 (No 5)—Notifiable Instrument NI2004-419 (S6, dated Friday, 5 November 2004).
I seek leave to make a statement in relation to the administrative arrangements.
MR STANHOPE: Mr Speaker, I am pleased today to table the new administrative arrangements following the government’s re-election to the Sixth Assembly. The revised administrative arrangements orders and the new ministerial arrangements were notified on 4 November 2004 and gazetted on 5 November 2004.
As everyone is aware, ministerial responsibility remains largely unaltered, except for the allocation of a new ministry to Mr John Hargreaves in place of Mr Bill Wood, who, as we know, did not seek re-election. The arrangements have also updated legislation by adding nine new acts passed by the Assembly at the end of the Fifth Assembly and the deletion of 18 repealed acts.
Mr Quinlan presented the following papers:
Financial Management Act—
Pursuant to section 25—Consolidated and annual financial statements, including audit opinion—2003-2004 financial year, dated 30 September 2004.
Consolidated annual financial statements—Management discussion and analysis—Financial year ending 30 June 2004.
Pursuant to section 26—Consolidated financial management report for the financial quarter and year-to-date ending 30 September 2004.
2003-04 Capital Works Program—Progress report—June quarter (circulated to members when the Assembly was not sitting).
Territory Owned Corporations Act—Pursuant to subsection 19 (3)—Statement of Corporate Intent—ACTTAB—1 July 2004-30 June 2005.
Gaming Machine Act
MR QUINLAN (Molonglo—Treasurer and Minister for Economic Development): I present the following paper:
Gaming Machine Act, pursuant to section 60F—Community contributions made by gaming machine licensees—Seventh report by the ACT Gambling and Racing Commission—1 July 2003 to 30 June 2004.
That the Assembly takes note of the paper.