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Tuesday, 10 October 1972
Page: 1397


Senator KEEFFE asked the Minister representing the Postmaster-General, upon notice:

Why has the Postmaster-General's Department decided not to install air-conditioning in the Post Office at Cloncurry, Queensland, although temperatures reach over 40 deg. Celsius.

Senator GREENWOOD-The PostmasterGeneral has provided the following answer to the honourable senator's question:

My Department has made provision in its 1972- 73 Building Works Programme for Cloncurry Post Office to be air-conditioned. Documentation for the work is at present proceeding in the Department of Works and it is anticipated that air-conditioning for the Post Office will be available this coming summer.







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