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(1) Have all positions at the Gungahlin Child and Family Centre been filled;

(2) Has the Manager of the Tuggeranong Child and Family Centre been recruited yet;

(3) Has an executive lease on suitable land in Tuggeranong been obtained yet; if so, where is the site and how long is the lease; if not, why not and when will the land decision be made;

(4) When is commencement of construction of permanent buildings in Gungahlin and Tuggeranong due to start;

(5) Have any contracts been let to construct the buildings; if so, who has been selected and what is the value of the contract;

(6) If contracts have not been let, at what stage is the tender process at and when do you anticipate that contracts will be let.

Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

(1) Yes.

(2) Yes.

(3) No. A site has been identified in the Tuggeranong Town Centre that would be suitable for a Child and Family Centre. Discussions commenced in January 2005 with the Land Development Authority (LDA) in relation to this site.

(4) Construction of the permanent building in Gungahlin is expected to commence in July 2005. Commencement date for the Tuggeranong building has not been determined.

(5-6) No contracts for building construction have been entered into for either Centre. The tender process for construction of the Gungahlin facility will commence at the beginning of April 2005. The tender process to select the architect for the Tuggeranong centre will commence once there is agreement on the site for the Centre.

Courts and tribunals—recognisances
(Question No 168)

Mr Stefaniak asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 16 February 2005:

(1) How many persons are currently on recognisances from the (a) Magistrate and (b) Supreme Courts for the period 1 July to 31 December 2004;

(2) How many persons currently on recognisance from (a) Magistrate and (b) Supreme Courts have been brought back before the Court for breaches of those recognisances during the above period;

(3) How many breaches of the above mentioned recognisances were proven and what action was taken in relation to those breaches by the Court involved.

Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

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