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Wednesday, 29 September 1971
Page: 1698


Mr Whitlam asked the Prime Minister, upon notice:

Have the Premiers been in touch with him or his predecessor on matters discussed by, the State Ministers concerned with child welfare at their meeting in March 1970 (Hansard, 13th October 1970, page 2082 and 9th March 1971, page 750).


Mr McMahon - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

I have had the records checked, but no letter has been found from the Premiers written either to me or my predecessor as a result of discussions by the State Ministers concerned with child welfare at their meetings in March 1970.

Repatriation Hospitals: Costs (Question No. 4021)


Mr Whitlam asked the Minister for

Repatriation, upon notice:

What were the average costs per occupied bed day in Repatriation General Hospitals in each State in 1969-70 and 1970-71 (Hansard, 18th August 1970, page 122).


Mr Holten (INDI, VICTORIA) (Minister for Repatriation) - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

The average costs per occupied bed day in Repatriation General Hospitals in each State were:

 

National Film and Television Training School


Mr Howson - In the course of my reply to a question without notice from the right honourable member for Higgins about the proposed national film and television training school, I undertook to provide details of the estimated costs of land and buildings, capital cost excluding land and buildings, and annual running expenses over the first 5 years. The details, as provided by the Interim Council, National Film and Television Training School, are as follows:

 







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