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Annual report 2009 - 2010



Annual report 2009 - 2010

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Department of Health and Families


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Department Health and Families194 UPDATED: July 2010 2010 $'000 2009 $'000 11c HERITAGE AND CULTURAL ASSETS Carrying amount At valuation 5 5 Less: Accumulated Depreciation 0 0 Written down value 30 June 5 5 Reconciliation of movements Carrying amount at 1 July 5 5 Additions Disposals Depreciation 0 0 Additions/(Disposals) from Administrative Restructuring Additions/(Disposals) from Asset Transfers Revaluation Increments/(Decrements) Impairment Losses Impairment Losses Reversed Other Movements Carrying Amount as at 30 June 5 5 Heritage and Cultural Assets Valuation The Department of Health and Families has one Cultural Asset, which was capitalised at cost upon purchase in December 2006. 2010 $000 2009 $000 12. PAYABLES Accounts Payable 7 119 5 987 Accrued Expenses(1) 56 187 41 238 Other Payables(2) 6 304 5 621 Total Payables 69 610 52 846 (1) Includes liability for cross border patient expenses and other accrued operational expenses (2) Includes Grants and Subsidies and Community Service Obligations payable 13. BORROWINGS AND ADVANCES Current Loans and Advances 0 0 Finance Lease Liabilities (refer note 19) 0 0 Non-Current Loans and Advances 0 0 Finance Lease Liabilities (refer note 19) 0 0 Total Borrowings and Advances 0 0

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