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Tuesday, 10 October 1972
Page: 2250


Mr STEWART (Lang) - I had intended to ask for leave to ask a couple of questions. The Postmaster-General (Sir Alan Hulme) has given me a copy of the report on frequency modulation broadcasting but I do not recall the report being presented to the Parliament.


Sir Alan Hulme - I presented it at the beginning of my speech.


Mr STEWART - I missed that; I am sorry. 1 wanted to know whether the Minister intended to spell out more clearly and specifically the details relating to public broadcasting stations than he has done at this stage because if the report comes back for discussion during this session I think that is information which the country is entitled to have.


Sir Alan Hulme - The report now becomes a public document and, therefore, all the information in it is available to every member of the public and, of course, members of this House. If they read it they will have as much information as I have.


Mr STEWART - I seek leave to continue my remarks.

Leave granted; debate adjourned.







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