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Tuesday, 25 June 1996
Page: 2656


Mr REITH (Leader of the House) —Papers are tabled as listed in the schedule circulated to honourable members. Details of the papers will be recorded in the Votes and Proceedings and Hansard .

The schedule read as follows

Advance to the Minister for Finance—

Statement for May 1996.

Supporting applications of issues from the Advances during May 1996.

Australia and the Asian Development Bank—Report by the Hon. Peter Costello, MP, Treasurer, for period 1 January 1994 to 30 June 1995.

Australia-Korea Foundation—Report for 1994-95.

Employment, Education and Training Act—National Board of Employment, Education and Training—Reports, including the Board's comments—Australian Language and Literacy Council—

Literacy at work: Incorporating English language and literacy competencies into Industry/Enterprise standards, June 1996.

Putting it plainly: Current developments and needs in plain English and accessible reading materials, June 1996.

Employment and Skills Council—The good, the bad and everything in-between: The quality and relevance of Working Nation training, June 1996.

International Monetary Agreements Act—Australia and the IMF—Report for period 1 May 1994 to 30 April 1995.

International Monetary Agreements Act and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (General Capital Increase) Act—Australia and the World Bank—Report for 1994-95.

Maritime College Act—Council of the Australian Maritime College—Report for 1995.

National Road Trauma Advisory Council—Report for 1994-95.

Services Trust Funds Act—Royal Australian Navy Relief Trust Fund—Report for 1995.

United Nations General Assembly—49th session, 1994—Report of the Australian Delegation.

University of Canberra Act—Council of the University of Canberra—Report for 1995.


Mr Price —Could I ask whether the report of the National Commission of Audit is tabled with those papers?


Mr Reith —No.


Mr Crean —On further indulgence, Mr Speaker, can I ask when that report will be tabled? Clearly, it has some significant material in it. It is the subject of considerable debate, but the copies are very limited because of the failure of the government to table it. They got it on Friday and I would ask that they table it.


Mr Reith —I will take that matter up with the Treasurer and refer him to the member's remarks.