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Notice given 29 November 2010

222  Senator Humphries: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs—

(1) What was the operational budget of the Australian War Memorial in the 2007-08 financial year.

(2) What is the current operational budget of the Australian War Memorial.

(3) Can the Minister confirm a reduction in the operational budget of the Australian War Memorial since 2007.

(4) Can a list be provided of any capital works at the Australian War Memorial since 2002, including details of each of the works.

(5) Can a list be provided of all capital works commissioned by the Rudd and Gillard Governments since 2007, including details of each of the works.

223  Senator Humphries: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs—

(1) Has the Minister received any correspondence on funding issues surrounding the Australian War Memorial; if so: (a) from whom; (b) on what date was each piece of correspondence received; and (c) can a copy of the correspondence be provided.

(2) Has the Minister written to the Prime Minister, the Minister for Finance and Deregulation or the Minister for Defence on the issue of the Australian War Memorial; if so, (a) when and what was the subject matter; and (b) can a copy of the correspondence and any response received be provided.

224  Senator Humphries: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government—Has the Minister received any correspondence relating to paid parking in the parliamentary triangle; if so: (a) from whom and on what date was that correspondence received; and (b) can a copy of the correspondence along with the Minister’s response be provided.

225  Senator Humphries: To ask the Minister representing the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport—Has the Minister received any representations on the issue of the Majura Parkway in the Australian Capital Territory; if so: (a) from whom and on what date was the representation received; and (b) can a copy of the representation along with the Minister’s response be provided.

 

Senator Humphries: To ask the Ministers listed below (Question Nos 226-267)—Since 14 September 2010, for each Minister and any Parliamentary Secretaries in their portfolio:

(1) What has been the total amount spent on stationery and publications, including a breakdown of all spending.

(2) What has been the total amount spent on printing ministerial letterhead.

(3) What is the grams per square metre [GSM] of the ministerial letterhead.

(4) Is the letterhead carbon neutral.

226 Minister representing the Prime Minister

227 Minister representing the Treasurer

228 Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills, Jobs and Workplace Relations

229 Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy

230 Minister representing the Minister for Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government

231 Minister representing the Minister for the Arts

232 Minister representing the Minister for Foreign Affairs

234 Minister representing the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship

235 Minister representing the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

236 Minister representing the Minister for Health and Ageing

237 Minister representing the Minister for Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs

238 Minister representing the Minister for Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities

239 Minister for Finance and Deregulation

240 Minister representing the Minister for School Education, Early Childhood and Youth

241 Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research

242 Minister representing the Attorney-General

246 Minister representing the Minister for Trade

248 Minister representing the Minister for Social Inclusion

249 Minister representing the Minister for Human Services

250 Minister representing the Minister for Privacy and Freedom of Information

251 Minister representing the Minister for Home Affairs

252 Minister representing the Minister for Justice

253 Minister representing the Minister for Employment Participation and Childcare

254 Minister representing the Minister for the Status of Women

255 Minister for Sport

256 Minister for Indigenous Employment and Economic Development

257 Minister for Social Housing and Homelessness

258 Minister for Small Business

 

 259 Minister representing the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs

260 Minister representing the Minister for Defence Science and Personnel ( transferred to the Minister representing the Minister for Defence on 6 December 2010 )

261 Minister representing the Minister for Indigenous Health ( transferred to the Minister representing the Minister for Health and Ageing on 6 December 2010 )

262 Minister representing the Assistant Treasurer ( transferred to the Minister representing the Treasurer on 6 December 2010 )

263 Minister representing the Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation ( transferred to the Minister representing the Treasurer on 6 December 2010 )

264 Minister representing the Minister for Mental Health and Ageing ( transferred to the Minister representing the Minister for Health and Ageing on 6 December 2010 )

265 Minister representing the Special Minister of State for the Public Service and Integrity

266 Minister representing the Special Minister of State

267 Minister representing the Minister for Defence Materiel ( transferred to the Minister representing the Minister for Defence on 6 December 2010 )

Senator Humphries: To ask the Ministers listed below (Question Nos 268-309)—Since 14 September 2010, for each Minister and any Parliamentary Secretaries within their portfolio:

(1) Do the Minister and Parliamentary Secretaries have access to a departmental credit card; if so, can a copy be provided of all bank statements.

(2) (a) How many mobile devices are provided to the Minister’s office; and (b) what is the total spend on mobile devices for each office to date.

(3) At what level is each staff member employed in the office.

(4) What has been the total cost of travel for the Minister and Parliamentary Secretaries.

(5) What has been the total travel for all staff, by office.

268 Minister representing the Prime Minister

269 Minister representing the Treasurer

270 Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills, Jobs and Workplace Relations

271 Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy

272 Minister representing the Minister for Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government

273 Minister representing the Minister for the Arts

274 Minister representing the Minister for Foreign Affairs

276 Minister representing the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship

277 Minister representing the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

278 Minister representing the Minister for Health and Ageing

279 Minister representing the Minister for Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs

280 Minister representing the Minister for Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities

281 Minister for Finance and Deregulation

 

 282 Minister representing the Minister for School Education, Early Childhood and Youth

283 Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research

284 Minister representing the Attorney-General

286 Minister representing the Minister for Resources and Energy

287 Minister representing the Minister for Tourism

288 Minister representing the Minister for Trade

290 Minister representing the Minister for Social Inclusion

291 Minister representing the Minister for Human Services

292 Minister representing the Minister for Privacy and Freedom of Information

293 Minister representing the Minister for Home Affairs

294 Minister representing the Minister for Justice

295 Minister representing the Minister for Employment Participation and Childcare

296 Minister representing the Minister for the Status of Women

297 Minister for Sport

298 Minister for Indigenous Employment and Economic Development

299 Minister for Social Housing and Homelessness

300 Minister for Small Business

301 Minister representing the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs

302 Minister representing the Minister for Defence Science and Personnel ( transferred to the Minister representing the Minister for Defence on 6 December 2010 )

303 Minister representing the Minister for Indigenous Health ( transferred to the Minister representing the Minister for Health and Ageing on 6 December 2010 )

304 Minister representing the Assistant Treasurer ( transferred to the Minister representing the Treasurer on 6 December 2010 )

305 Minister representing the Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation ( transferred to the Minister representing the Treasurer on 6 December 2010 )

306 Minister representing the Minister for Mental Health and Ageing ( transferred to the Minister representing the Minister for Health and Ageing on 6 December 2010 )

307 Minister representing the Special Minister of State for the Public Service and Integrity

308 Minister representing the Special Minister of State

309 Minister representing the Minister for Defence Materiel ( transferred to the Minister representing the Minister for Defence on 6 December 2010 )