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Thursday, 29 April 1971

Senator WILKINSON (Western Australia) - I ask the Minister for Civil Aviation (Senator Cotton) whether at a later stage he will be able to give us a report on what is finally proposed to be done in this area to prevent another happening of this nature?

Senator COTTON(New South WalesMinister for Civil Aviation) - by leave - Yes. I think all of us regard this matter seriously. All of us are concerned about it. We come to Canberra to do a certain job and then we will go away at a certain time. We like to feel that we have achieved something constructive while we have been here which will be of benefit in the future. This is such a case. The Minister believes this and so do the officers of the departments concerned. I will direct your inquiry to them and tell them that we would appreciate receiving, in due course, some progress reports on. how their work is progressing to improvethe situation.

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