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Monday, March 20, 2006

FOI in the news

FOI based stories in the media over the last week included reports in the Sydney Morning Herald, “Sartor quits his fight to hide tobacco”, “ Sartor ignored warning about smoking ads”and reports that 124 Child care centres are below basic hygiene, safety and staffing standards; in the Daily Telegraph that cane toads have been among the beneficiaries of bridges and tunnels built to protect native species in the Pacific Highway upgrade; in the Australian and Hobart Mercury that a briefing note warned the Health Minister that overseas trained doctors at the Royal Hobart Hospital were not competent in basic hospital procedures.

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