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21 September 2011

617  MR HARTSUYKER: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Sport—

(1)  How many staff are employed by the Australian Sports Commission (ASC), including employees of the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS).

(2)  Of the total number of staff employed by the ASC and AIS, how many are employed in (a) administrative roles, (b) coaching roles, (c) executive roles, (d) full-time positions, (e) permanent part-time positions, and (f) casual positions.

(3) How many ASC and AIS staff are located in (a) each Australian State and Territory, and (b) overseas.

(4) How many staff are employed by the ASC in relation to the Active After School Communities program.

(5) Do the ASC and AIS engage contractors to provide services in addition to services provided by employees of the ASC and AIS; if so, how many contractors were engaged by the ASC and AIS in 2010-11, and for what total sum.

618  MR HARTSUYKER: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Sport—On what basis does the Australian Institute of Sport determine how many athlete scholarships will be awarded in each particular sport in a given year.

619  MR HARTSUYKER: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Sport—As at 31 August 2011, what National Sporting Organisations were funded through the Australian Sports Commission to implement High Performance Plans.

620  MR HARTSUYKER: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Sport—In respect of the Australian Sports Commission, including the Australian Institute of Sport, what total sum was spent in 2010-11 on (a) travel, and what was the breakdown of airfares for (i) international economy class, (ii) international business class, (iii) international first class, (iv) domestic business class, and (v) domestic economy class, (b) advertising, and (c) hospitality and entertainment.

621  MR HARTSUYKER: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Sport—Are Australian Government Sports Training Grants means tested; if not, why not. 

623  DR SOUTHCOTT: To ask the Minister for Health and Ageing—For each month since July 2007, how many calls have been made to healthdirect Australia .

624  DR SOUTHCOTT: To ask the Minister for Health and Ageing—In respect of healthdirect Australia , in July and August 2011, how many calls were (a) made to (i) the after-hours GP helpline, and (ii) a triage registered nurse, and (b) triaged to (i) a general practitioner telephone consultation, (ii) follow-up by usual general practitioner, (iii) an emergency department, (iv) a medical deputising service, and (v) Triple Zero (000).