Territory Stories

Questions - 07 December - 21 December 1976



Questions - 07 December - 21 December 1976

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Parliamentary record 16


Questions for 1st Assembly 1974 - 1977; Parliamentary Record; ParliamentNT; 1st Assembly 1974 - 1977




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ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NarICE Boarding schools Hostels Private ASSISTANCE FOR ISOLATED CHILDREN Basic Boarding Additional boarding (max.) Correspondence (basic) Correspondence reimbursement (max.) Second home - 1 child - 2 chiidren - +3 children Short term boarding $1450 (max.) 28 pw 20 pw J2J.1. $500 450 200 300 500 925 1275 15 pw 1551 Mr VALE to Mr TAMBLING ANSWER Is he aware that, at the public auction of land in Alice Springs at the end of September, the shopping complex designed to ,service the new Racecourse West subdivision was passed in through lack of bids? How was the reserve price determined and will this price' be reviewed in order that the block can be re-offered with some hope of a sale eventuating and the development of the block taking place at an early date. The shopsite, Lot 4583 Town of Alice Springs, was passed in at the land sale held on 30 September 1976, The reserve price of $84,620 for Lot 4583 was the, cost of servicing the lot and is in accordance with the formula for determining the reserve price of commercial land approved by the Minister, The department is at present making preparations for the release of industrial land in Alice Springs. The target date for this sale is Januar, 1977 and it is proposed to offer Lot 4583 again at that, time at the same reserve price. 1552 Mr VALE to Dr LETTS ANSWER When will the ordinance passed by the Assembly on 27/5/76 to amend tbe Encouragement of Primary Production Ordinance receive ass'ent? The Encouragement of Primary Production Ordinance 1976 which was passed, by the Legislative Assembly on 27 May 1976, was reserved by the Administrator on 30 September 1976, and now awaits the Governor-General's pleasure. 1553 Mr DONDAS ,to Miss ANDREW How many persons have been convicted for drug offences in the Territory in the last two years and in each case (a) what was the name of the person convicted; Cb) what was the date of conviction; Cc) what was the drug involved; and Cd) who was the Magistrate who presided at the hearing?