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Monday, 3 November 2003
Page: 21891

Mr Martin Ferguson asked the Minister representing the Minister for Finance and Administration, upon notice, on 10 September 2003:

(1) What is the itemised cost of producing the DasFleet Passenger Charter.

(2) Have any actions been taken in the Human Rights Commission by any of its employees or former employees against DasFleet in each of the last four financial years, including the current financial year; if so, for each instance (a) on what basis was the case initiated, (b) what has been the cost of defending the case to date, and (c) did it involve claims of harassment, discrimination or both.

(3) Were a number of Victorian drivers refused supply of new shoes on presentation of vouchers for the purchase of such shoes over the course of the past twelve months; if so, (a) why were the vouchers not honoured by the retailer, (b) how many drivers were embarrassed by the vouchers not being honoured, and (c) has DasFleet apologised to the drivers in question; if not, why not.

Mr Costello (Treasurer) —The Minister for Finance and Administration has provided the following answer to the honourable member's question:

The Minister for Finance and Administration has no portfolio responsibility for any organisation named “DasFleet”.