Would you be happy to see a nurse instead of a doctor for some of your medical care? The Health Care Consumer’s Association of the ACT, Canberra’s peak health consumers organization, in partnership with the ANU is asking just that question through an online Nurse Survey being conducted throughout June.
The following is a media release from the ACT Legislative Assembly – Standing Committee on Planning, Public Works and Territory and Municipal Services regarding their current Inquiry into Live Community Events: MEDIA RELEASE ARE YOU BEING HEARD? Noise Complaints Survey Inquiry into Live Community Events
The ACT legislation register is an authorised electronic statute book that provides the community with free and quick access to ACT legislation and related information. The register is central to the making, notification, commencement, operation, interpretation, proof, republication, amendment and repeal of legislation and instruments made under legislation. The register has been in operation since 12 September 2001. Since that time it has had many enhancements and most recently a new search function has been installed. The Parliamentary Counsel’s Office (PCO) is seeking your input to help us identify where the register is meeting your needs and where the register …
Territory and Municipal Services (TAMS) would like to invite you to provide feedback on three shortlisted sites for a new off-leash dog park in inner Canberra. The ACT Government has allocated approximately $250,000 in the 2009-2010 Budget for the design and construction of a new off-leash dog park within the inner north or inner south of Canberra.
The ACT Revenue Office invites clients to participate in a customer service and website survey at: http://www.revenue.act.gov.au/client_survey. The survey should take about 5 to 10 minutes to complete and will be available for input from 4 November 2009 to 5 January 2010.
The ACT Government, along with consultants Peter Loxton and Associates Pty Ltd, would like to invite the community to share their thoughts and views on the arts in the ACT through a survey and public forums. Your comments will contribute to the development of the new arts policy for the ACT, due to be released in June 2010. An online survey is available at www.arts.act.gov.au. Alternatively, you can pick up a hardcopy survey at any Canberra Connect Shopfront or ACT Public Library. Submissions to the survey close 5.00pm, Friday 13 November 2009. You are also invited to attend one of …
A 10 minute survey provides the opportunity for Canberra’s youth to present ideas on how they would like to be involved in Canberra’s 100th birthday celebrations in 2013. If you are aged 12-25 years, complete the survey and go in the draw to win a $300 JB HIFI voucher.