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Notice given 4 September 2001

3866  Senator O’Brien: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Transport and Regional Services—

(1) Further to the answer provided to question on notice no. 3531 (Senate Hansard , 20 August 2001, pp 26019-22), what funding has been allocated to specific projects on each of the roads identified in answers (4)(a) to (d).

(2) (a) What is the nature of each of the above projects; (b) what is the level of funding allocated to each of the above projects; (c) over what period has funding been allocated to each of the above projects; and (d) in what category of funding does each of the above projects appear.

(3) Is the above information relating to specific projects for all roads identified in answers (4)(a) to (d) provided to each state government or state transport department; if so: (a) how often is this information provided to each state; and (b) when is the above information provided to each state.

3867  Senator O’Brien: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Transport and Regional Services—

(1) When did Mr Kym Brougham, or someone on behalf of Mr Brougham, first approach the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) seeking approval to take the position of acting Chief Pilot with Whyalla Airlines.

(2) How was the above approach made and to whom was the approach made.

(3) (a) When did CASA respond to the above approach; (b) who responded; and (c) what was the nature of the response.

3868  Senator O’Brien: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Transport and Regional Services—

(1) When did Mr Kym Brougham, or someone on behalf of Mr Brougham, apply to the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) for approval to take the position of acting Chief Pilot with Whyalla Airlines.

(2) How was the above application made and to whom was the application made.

(3) (a) When did CASA respond to the above application; (b) who responded; and (c) when did the approval for Mr Brougham to act as Chief Pilot take effect.

3869  Senator O’Brien: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Transport and Regional Services—

(1) On how many occasions did the Minister or his staff meet with, or hold a discussion with, the owners, directors or employees of Whyalla Airlines between 1 December 1999 and 31 May 2000.

(2) On each occasion: (a) who attended the meeting, or participated in the discussion; (b) when did the meeting or discussion take place; and (c) where did the meeting or discussion take place.

(3) If any of the above discussions took place by telephone, where were the parties involved in each discussion located.

3870  Senator O’Brien: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Transport and Regional Services—

(1) Did the Minister receive any written, electronic or oral representations on behalf of Mr Chris Brougham or Mr Kym Brougham concerning the appointment of Mr Kym Brougham as acting Chief Pilot, and later Chief Pilot, for Whyalla Airlines between 1 December 1999 and 31 May 2000; if so: (a) when was each representation made; (b) what was the form of the representation; and (c) what was nature of the representation.

(2) (a) When were the above representations responded to; (b) who responded; and (c) what was the nature of the response.

3871  Senator O’Brien: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Transport and Regional Services—

(1) When did Mr Kym Brougham, or someone on behalf of Mr Brougham, first approach the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) seeking approval to take the position of Chief Pilot with Whyalla Airlines.

(2) How was the above approach made and to whom was the approach made.

(3) (a) When did CASA respond to the above approach; (b) who responded; and (c) what was the nature of the response.