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Notice given 15 February 2012

1550  Senator Abetz: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Home Affairs—For each illegal boat arrival since 1 January 2010:

(1) At what time was the boat: (a) first spotted; and (b) intercepted.

(2) When was the Minister’s office informed.

(3) At what time did the Minister issue a media release.

 

Senator Birmingham: To ask the Ministers listed below (Question Nos 1551-1552)—With reference to the International Climate Change Adaptation Initiative:

(1) Can a list be provided detailing all grants provided to the Government of Kiribati under the initiative, including the purpose of each grant.

(2) Have any of these grants been provided for national summits; if so, can details be provided, including:

(a) when the summit took place;

(b) the total number of attendees;

(c) the names of those who participated;

(d) the outcomes of the summit;

(e) whether Australia sent facilitators; and

(f) whether reports were provided to the Australian Government.

1551 Minister representing the Minister for Foreign Affairs

1552 Minister representing the Minister for Climate Change and Energy Efficiency

Senator Birmingham: To ask the Ministers listed below (Question Nos 1553-1555)—

(1) Can details be provided of all resources committed by the department, as well as known contributions from other agencies, towards the return to Australia of three protesters who boarded the Japanese vessel Shonan Maru No. 2 in January 2012.

(2) What was the department’s total expenditure on this exercise.

1553 Minister representing the Prime Minister

1554 Minister representing the Minister for Foreign Affairs

1555 Minister representing the Attorney-General

1556  Senator Birmingham: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Home Affairs—

(1) Can details be provided of all resources committed by the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, as well as known contributions from other agencies, towards the return to Australia of three protesters who boarded the Japanese vessel Shonan Maru No. 2 in January 2012.

(2) What was the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service’s total expenditure on this exercise.