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Wednesday, 5 September 1984
Page: 438


Senator GRIMES (Minister for Social Security) —I table papers in accordance with the list circulated to honourable senators. With the concurrence of the Senate I incorporate the list in Hansard.

Leave granted.

The list read as follows-

1. Royal Military College of Australia-annual report 1983-Pursuant to Section 147 of the Defence Act 1903.

2. Inquiry into Superannuation Fund Investment Trust Acceptance of Gifts- document. Together with the text of a statement by the Minister for Finance relating to the document made in the House of Representatives on 24 August 1984.

3. Tenth and Final Report on the Operation of the Special Employment-Related Programs Act 1982-Statement by the Leader of the Government, Senator the Honourable J. N. Button.

4. Advance to the Minister for Finance-Statements on Expenditure for May, June, and July 1984.

5. The Albany Inquiry-report and recommendations by the Australian Broadcasting Tribunal into the commercial viability of commercial television station GSW-9 southern Agricultural Western Australia-Pursuant to sub-section 25 of the Broadcasting and Television Act 1942.

6. Satellite Program Services-Report Volume 1 and 2 by the Australian Broadcasting Tribunal on its inquiry into the regulation of the use of satellite program services by broadcasters-together with a summary relating to the report- Pursuant to sub-section 25B (4) of the Broadcasting and Television Act 1942.

7. Burdekin Falls Dam-documents relating to the provision of financial assistance to Queensland for the Burdekin Falls Dam 1983-84-Pursuant to section 6 of the National Water Resources (Financial Assistance) Act 1978.

8. Documents relating to the Superannuation Fund Investment Trust-Together with the text of a statement by the Minister for Finance relating to the documents, made in the House of Representatives on Tuesday 4 September, 1984.


The PRESIDENT —The papers will be debated after questions and any matter of public importance.