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______FEDERAL MINISTER FOR CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND MINISTER ASSISTING THE FOR PRICES

SENATOR NICK BOLKUS

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NATIONAL CONSUMER AFFAIRS ADVISORY COUNCIL APPOINTMENT

The Minister for Consumer Affairs, Senator Nick Bolkus, today said he was pleased to announce that Mr Fred Brenchley had accepted an offer to serve as a member of the. National

Consumer Affairs Advisory Council.

Senator Bolkus said that Mr Brenchley, a former editorial executive with John Fairfax and Sons, would bring a range of experience to the Council.

"Fred Brenchley's knowledge of the media in Australia, and his close work with business groups, community groups and regulatory bodies during his time with the Fairfax Group, will provide a unique perspective for the Council," said Senator Bolkus.

The NCAAC was established in 1977 as a source of independent advice to the Federal Government on consumer issues. It is chaired by Justice Paul Stein and is made up of members drawn from a variety of backgrounds.

Mr Brenchley, who is now self employed and is involved in a number of media and information activities in Sydney, is filling a casual vacancy on the Council.

Thursday, April 27, 1989. Canberra.

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