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QUESTIONS IN WRITING

 

On the first sitting day of each fortnight, a complete Notice Paper is published containing all unanswered questions. On subsequent days, only new questions for the sitting are included in the Notice Paper. The full text of all unanswered questions is available at:

www.aph.gov.au/qiw

 

Questions unanswered

 

Nos 140, 154, 483, 488, 502, 573, 680, 688-690, 705-706, 718, 734, 766-776, 778, 781, 783-785, 788-789, 795, 799, 808-810, 812, 817-820, 824-826, 829-832, 834-837, 841-852, 854-862, 864-870, 872-888, 890-924, 926-942, 944-1014, 1016-1120, 1122-1132, 1134-1194, 1197-1288, 1290-1350, 1353-1483, 1485-1514.

 

8 September 2015

*1515   Mr Albanese : To ask the Minister for Health—

(1)         Why have companies providing essential log books to people receiving treatment for type 2 diabetes outsourced their deliveries to overnight couriers rather than using Australia Post.

(2)         What was the cost of distribution of these log books in the last year it operated under Australia Post.

(3)         What is the cost of distribution of these log books estimated to be for (a) the first year under the new system, and (b) 2015-16.

*1516   Ms Rowland : To ask the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection—In respect of the joint announcement he made on 20 August 2015 of a series of community consultations to be had on the discussion paper, ‘Australian citizenship—Your right, Your responsibility’, have these consultations taken place; if not, why not; if so, (a) did his department organise these consultations; if not, who did, (b) how many were held, (c) when were they held, (d) where were they held, (e) how many were attended by (i) him, (ii) the Member for Berowra, and (iii) the Parliamentary Secretary for Social Services, (f) what total number of people attended each consultation, (g) can he provide an attendance sheet for each consultation, (h) when and how were the consultations advertised, and (i) what total sum was spent on the consultations, and can he provide a breakdown of the costs.

*1517   Ms Rowland : To ask the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection—In respect of the ‘Australian citizenship—Your right, Your responsibility’ discussion paper, (a) who is the author, (b) when was it written, (c) when was the (i) first, and (ii) final, draft produced, (d) who proof read it, (e) who authorised the final version, and (f) what sum did it cost to print and distribute in hardcopy.

*1518   Mr A. S. Burke : To ask the Minister for Defence—Will he provide a full list of all properties that comprise the Defence estate; if so, (a) for each property, can he provide the details such as its (i) name, and (ii) location, and (b) which properties are (i) deemed to be ‘surplus’ Defence land and property holdings, and (ii) currently undergoing divestment processes and what is the expected timeframe for each.

*1519   Mr A. S. Burke : To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Finance—

(1)         In respect of the categories of property listed on the Department of Finance’s website: http://www.finance.gov.au/property/property/domestic-property-portfolio.html, will the Minister provide a full list of properties categorised as (a) Special Purpose Properties, (b) Residential Properties, and (c) Other Properties; if so, for each property, can the Minister provide the details such as its (i) name, and (ii) location.

(2)         For each category above, and in addition, the category of Albury-Wodonga Properties, which ones are (i) currently undergoing divestment processes and what is the expected timeframe for each, and (ii) deemed to be surplus Commonwealth land and property holdings.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                   David Elder

                                                                                            Clerk of the House of Representatives