Inquiry into community stores in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities


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Everybody's Business
Report tabling press conference: 17 November 2009


Speakers: Hon Bob Debus MP (Committee Chair and Member for Macquarie NSW), Andrew Laming MP (Deputy Chair and Member for Bowman Qld) and Jim Turnour MP (Committee Member and Member for Leichhardt, Qld).

Report

On Monday 16 November 2009, the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs tabled the report of its inquiry into remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community stores entitled Everybody's Business: Remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Community Stores.

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This report is comprised of preliminary pages, 7 chapters and 4 appendices.

Everybody's Business: Remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Community Stores

Preliminary pages (PDF 130KB)
Contents, Foreword, Committee Membership, Terms of Reference, List of Abbreviations and List of Recommendations

Chapter 1 (PDF 67KB)
Introduction

Chapter 2 (PDF 124KB)
Remote Indigenous community stores - more than a shop

Chapter 3 (PDF 246KB)
Healthy stores, healthy communities

Chapter 4 (PDF 184KB)
Fresh food access and supply

Chapter 5 (PDF 229KB)
Cost of living in remote Indigenous communities - the price of health

Chapter 6 (PDF 202KB)
Regulating for governance

Chapter 7 (PDF 208KB)
Future of remote community stores

Appendix A (PDF 85KB)
Committee visits to remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait communities

Appendix B (PDF 42KB)
List of Submissions

Appendix C (PDF 96KB)
Public Hearings

Appendix D (PDF 66KB)
List of Exhibits

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