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Wednesday, 28 March 1973
Page: 843


Mr Garland asked the Minister for Civil Aviation, upon notice:

(1)   What was the daily number of flights in and out of Perth Airport in January 1973.

(2)   What percentage of take-offs and landings took place in the various directions available for (a) inter.ternational flights and (b) domestic flights.


Mr Charles Jones - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

 

 

Papua New Guinea: Assistance (Question No. 185)


Mr Garland asked the Minister for External

Territories, upon notice:

(1)   What was the (a) nature and (b) extent of assistance for Papua New Guinea by all United Nations bodies in 1971 (Hansard, 17th August 1971, page 151 and 6th October 1971, page 2001).

(2)   What was the (a) nature and (b) extent of assistance for Papua New Guinea under the Commonwealth Co-operation in Education Scheme and other Commonwealth programs in 1971 (Hansard, 6th May 1971, page 2842).


Mr Morrison - The answer to the honourable member's question will be found in the answer to question 5741 (Hansard, 26th October 1972, pages 3470 and 3471).

Australian Capital Territory: Population Growth andHousing (Question No. 243)


Mr Hunt (GWYDIR, NEW SOUTH WALES) asked the Minister for the Capital

Territory, upon notice:

(1)   What is the expected population growth rate In the Australian Capital Territory in 1973.

(2)   How many blocks of landwill be available for purchase in 1973.

(3)   How many, of these blocks will be available for (a) flats, (b) town houses and (c) detached housing.

(4)   How many new Government houses will be built in 1973.

(5)   Approximately how many people will these new dwellings accommodate.


Mr Enderby - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

(1)   The population growth rate in 1973 is expected to be about 9.3 per cent, that is, about 15,000 persons.

(2)   About 3,530.

(3)   (a) About 20 sites which will provide up to 490 residential units, (b) about 50 sites, which will provide up to 200 residential unite, (c) about 3,460.

(4)   About 1,050.

(5)   On present statistical averages, about 17,000.

Australian Capital Territory: Government Houses (Question No. 247)


Mr Hunt asked the Minister for the Capital

Territory, upon notice:

(1)   Is it the intention of the Government to sell Government homes to tenants in the Australian Capital Territory without restriction.

(2)   How many houses are available in the Australian Capital Territory to meet the needs of compulsory transferees and low income families.


Mr Enderby - The answers to the honourable member's questions are as follows:

(1)   Policies affecting the future of Government housing in the Australian Capital Territory are under review.

(2)   There are no groups of houses specifically, designated for particular purposes. Houses are stockpiled from time to time to meet the needs of compulsory transferees. Allocations of houses to low income families are made from suitable houses which may be available at the time.







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