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House Standing Committee on Finance and Public Administration

Inquiry into sports funding and administration


On 22 December 1989, the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Finance and Public Administration tabled its second report on an inquiry into sports funding and administration entitled Can sport be bought?

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This report is comprised of preliminary pages, 9 chapters and 4 appendices.

Can sport be bought?: Second report on an inquiry into sports funding and administration

Part A: Preliminary pages up to Chapter 5 (PDF 2242KB)
Contents, Committee Membership, Sub-Committee Membership, Committee Terms of Reference, Sub-Committee Terms of Reference, Abbreviations, Summary of Conclusions and Recommendations,

Ch1: Introduction

Ch2: Participation
Ch3: Women in Sport
Ch4: Sport for the Disabled
Ch5: Sports Funding

Part B: Chapter 6 to Appendix IV (end) (PDF 2999KB)
Ch6: Tobacco Sponsorship
Ch7: A Positive Approach
Ch8: Facilities and Administration
Ch9: Accountability
Appendix I: List of Submissions
Appendix II: List of Witnesses
Appendix III: List of Exhibits
Appendix IV: AIS Sport Appropriations

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