Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 09 Hansard (Thursday, 18 August 2005) . . Page.. 2993 ..
(2) Since February 2005 there have been 68 children and young people discharged from the Quamby Youth Detention Centre.
(3) Quamby Youth Detention Centre has had between the period 1 January 2005 to 30 June 2005:
(a) male and female residents on 177 days;
(b) both young people under the age of 18 and persons over the age of 18 on 139 days; and
(c) residents on committal orders and remand orders on 179 days.
(Question No 455)
Mr Smyth asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 1 July 2005:
(1) What are the guidelines applying to advertising messages printed on payslips for ACT Government employees;
(2) What approval process is required for the content of any advertising message printed on a payslip for ACT Government employees;
(3) Is there any limit to the number of separate messages that can be printed on a payslip for ACT Government employees
(4) What are the guidelines applying to the inclusion of additional advertising material with payslips for ACT Government employees;
(5) What approval process is required for the content of any additional advertising material that is included with a payslip for ACT Government employees;
(6) Is there any limit to the number of separate pieces of additional advertising material that can be included with a payslip for ACT Government employees;
(7) Is the use of advertising messages or additional material restricted to particular ACT Government departments or agencies or is such advertising distributed to all ACT Government employees;
(8) Are ACT Government employees able to indicate whether they do not wish to receive advertising messages or material; if so, how can individual employees have their name removed from distribution lists for advertising material; if not, why not;
(9) What fees are charged for the inclusion of advertising messages or material with payslips for ACT Government employees;
(10) How is revenue utilised by the ACT Government if fees are charged.
Mr Quinlan: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
With the introduction of the new Human Resources and Payroll system on 1 July 2005, payslips for the majority of government employees are now being sent electronically, via email. For this reason, the inclusion of advertising material either with payslips or printed on