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Review of Australia's international civil aviation policy



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PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION NO. 2071

(Question NO. 2320)

MR CLYDE CAMBERON asked the Minister representing the

Attorney-General, upon notice, on 14 September 1978:

When will the Parliament receive an answer to

question No. 2071 appearing on the Notice Paper in my

name in relation to a question which was first put on

the Notice Paper on 15 August 1978.

MR VINER - The Attorney-General has provided the

following answer to the honourable member's question:

Question number 2071 has now been answered.

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REVIEW OF AUSTRALIA'S INTERNATIONAL CIVIL

AVIATION POLICY

(Question No. 2869)

MR MORRIS asked the Minister representing the

Attorney-General, upon notice, on 16 November 1978:

(1) Did the Attorney-General's Department make a

submission to the Review of Australia's International

Civil Aviation Policy.

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(2) If so -

- (a) what was the substance of - the

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submission; and . .

(b) will the A t t o r n e y - G e n e r a l release it for

the b e n efit of the Parliament.

MR V I N E R - The A t t o r n e y - G e n e r a l has p r o v i d e d the

f ollowing answer to the h on o u r a b l e membe r ' s question:

(1) No. .

(2) See answ e r (1).

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FAMILY COURT OF A USTRALIA

(Question No. 1765)

MR BARRY JONES asked the Minister representing the

A t t o r n e y - G e n e r a l , upon notice, on 17 August 1978:

(1) How many cases per month are dealt with by

the Family Court of Australia in Melbourne. ■

(2) What is the current- back-log of cases.

(3) What is the typical waiting time for cases to

be dealt with.

(4) What measures does the Attorney-General

intend to take to remedy problems caused by d e l a y s ,

given the hardship and suspension of rights.involved.