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Ministerial Statement Development and Progress of the Northern Territory University Hon. Fred Finch February 1997

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Title

Ministerial Statement Development and Progress of the Northern Territory University Hon. Fred Finch February 1997

Other title

Tabled Paper 3121

Collection

Tabled Papers for 7th Assembly 1994 - 1997; Tabled papers; ParliamentNT

Date

1997-02-27

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Language

English

Subject

Tabled papers

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application/pdf

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https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/289829

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/403436

Page content

OF THE CASUARINA CAMPUS, WHEN THE UNIVERSITY VACATES MYILLY POINT. MR SPEAKER, I AM PLEASED TO SAY THAT TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT OF THE FUNDING FOR THIS PROGRAM HAS COME FROM THE NORTHERN TERRITORY GOVERNMENT. AS YOU WILL KNOW, MR SPEAKER, THE ARTS LAW BUILDING, THE LIBRARY, THE TECHNOLOGY BUILDING AND THE MAL NAIRN AUDITORIUM ALREADY PROVIDE EXCELLENT FACILITIES FOR STUDENTS ON THE CAMPUS AND HAVE BEEN ACCESSED BY THE COMMUNITY FOR A VARIETY OF PURPOSES. THE AUDITORIUM HAS ALREADY PROVED ITS VALUE AS A KEY VENUE FOR CONFERENCES, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL, HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY. THE COMMERCIAL BUILDING WAS COMPLETED AT THE END OF 1996. THIS BUILDING ACCOMMODATES THE BOOKSHOP, WESTPAC BANK, POST OFFICE, CAFE, STUDENTS UNION INFORMATION CENTRE, CAFETERIA, BAR, UNIVERSITY CLUB, A FUNCTION ROOM AND ANCILLARY FACILITIES.


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