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Thursday, 17 November 1960

Mr FAIRHALL (PATERSON, NEW SOUTH WALES) - I direct my question to the Postmaster-General. In view of the fact that although licences have been awarded for country television stations, no steps can be taken towards the provision of services until the frequencies to be used have been determined, and on that will depend the locations of stations, can the Radio Frequency Allocation Review Committee consider the availability of television channels before considering its general recommendations on the whole frequency spectrum? When does the PostmasterGeneral expect the committee to put recommendations on this matter in his hands?

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