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Thursday, 27 September 1973
Page: 1693

Mr GILES (Angas) - I do not know whether I am in order in speaking to this clause. I do so at your discretion, Mr Chairman. I ask the Postmaster-General whether he has had a chance to look at the matter I brought up during the second reading debate on the original Bill in which I asked a question on authorised supplements in country newspapers and in relation to the efficient operations of country newspapers. I believe that he did state that any Postmaster-General could take ministerial action in relation to this matter, but I do not believe that he ever said whether he was prepared to take this action.

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