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Wednesday, 14 May 1980
Page: 2253


Senator Mason asked the Minister representing the Minister for Post and Telecommunications, upon notice, on I 8 March I 980:

(   1 ) How much time was made available to broadcast election speeches or political advertisements in respect of each political party on each Tasmanian radio broadcasting station in connection with the Tasmanian State by-election in Denison on 16 February 1980.

(2)   What was the percentage distribution of time purchased by parties and candidates on all such commercial broadcasting and television stations.

(3)   What were the costs charged for this time and what was the percentage distribution, by parties and candidates, of these costs.


Senator Chaney - The Minister for Post and Telecommunications has provided the following answer to the honourable senator's question:

(   1) to (3) Information in relation to the State by-election in Denison, Tasmania, held on 16 February 1980 was not required to be supplied to the Tribunal and, therefore, is not available.







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