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Tuesday, 6 April 1965

The PRESIDENT - Order! The honorable senator will ask the question.

Senator DITTMER - I am proceeding to do so. The first part was a question as to whether I was perhaps ill advised. I can understand Liberal senators adopting a limited approach, as shown in a previous question and answer this day. As 1 had asked the previous Minister for Civil Aviation to give attention to Queensland air terminals, without receiving satisfactory answers, will the present Minister for Civil Aviation advise the Senate when it is intended to replace the outmoded international terminal in Brisbane, the unsafe one in Townsville and the miserable one at Mount Isa? I am not adopting a parochial approach as regards Brisbane alone; I represent Queensland.

Senator HENTY - I suggest that the honorable senator should read closely the answer to the previous question. I think that it will give him all the information for which he asks.

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