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The Council of Territory Co-operation Committee First Report February 2010



The Council of Territory Co-operation Committee First Report February 2010

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Tabled By Gerard Wood


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Council of Territory Co-operation 3 First Report Chapter 2 of the report establishes the context for the Councils immediate priority to investigate SIHIP, local government and Working Future. The chapter provides a brief overview and history of each program, discusses their common elements and describes other relevant government activities, including National Partnership Agreements between the Australian and Northern Territory Governments. Each subsequent chapter separately considers each of the Councils immediate priorities. Each of the three chapters (3 to 5) discuss the major issues raised at the hearings associated with SIHIP, local government and Working Future as well as relevant issues noted by the Council during the initial period of the Councils inquiry. The Council has an important role in bringing issues to the attention of not only the Legislative Assembly but also to the public more generally. The final chapter summarises the issues and areas of concern arising during the initial period of the Councils activities and which the Council believes requires attention.

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