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Notice given 12 October 2005

1303  Senator Evans: To ask the Minister for Family and Community Services—For the financial years 2000-01 and 2001-02:

(1) What was the average actual adjusted taxable income of families who received Family Tax Benefit Part A via: (a) Centrelink lump sum; (b) Australian Taxation Office lump sum; and (c) Centrelink fortnightly payments.

(2) What is the distribution of all Family Tax Benefit Part B and Part A customers’ adjusted taxable income in: (a) $5 000 bands between $0 and $100 000 per annum; (b) $10 000 bands between $100 000 and $200 000 per annum; and (c) $100 000 bands between $200 000 and $1 million or more per annum.

1304  Senator Evans: To ask the Minister for Family and Community Services—For each of the past 5 financial years, can an updated table of Child Care Benefit reconciliation outcomes be provided: (a) by state and territory; and (b) by federal electorate.

1305  Senator Evans: To ask the Minister for Family and Community Services—With reference to Family Tax Benefit overpayments in each of the financial years 2000-01 to 2004-05, can details be provided, in tabular form, of the number of families who were overpaid: (a) by more than $10 000; (b) between $9 000 and $10 000; (c) between $8 000 and $9 000; (d) between $7 000 and $8 000; (e) between $6 000 and $7 000; (f) between $5 000 and $6 000; (g) between $4 500 and $5 000; (h) between $3 500 and $4 000; (i) between $2 500 and $3 000; (j) between $2 000 and $2 500; (k) between $1 500 and $2 000; (l) between $1 000 and $1 500; (m) between $900 and $1 000; (n) between $800 and $900; (o) between $700 and $800; (p) between $600 and $700; (q) between $500 and $600; (r) between $400 and $500; (s) between $300 and $400; (t) between $200 and $300; (u) between $100 and $200; and (v) by less than $100.

 

 1307  Senator Allison: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Health and Ageing—

(1) (a) What Australian clinical guidelines exist for the prevention, screening, early detection and treatment of gynaecological cancers, including ovarian cancer, cervical cancer, uterine cancer and vulval cancer; and (b) what Australian consumer education materials exist regarding these cancers.

(2) What has the Government done to raise the level of public awareness of gynaecological cancers such as ovarian cancer, uterine cancer and vulval cancer, to the same level as cervical cancer.

(3) What funding is the Government providing to support research into the development of a screening test for ovarian cancer.