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Ministerial document service : daily collation of Ministers' and Opposition Leaders' statements
Bib ID 129683
Format JournalJournal
Description Canberra, ACT : Australian Govt. Pub. Service, [1976]-2001 
v ; 25-28 cm. 
ISSN 1031-704X 
Numbering Note Numbering begins July each year with 1. 
Notes

Description based on: 1/3/1976.

Each issue has a distinctive title.

Indexes accompany some issues.

Continued on the Internet at: http://www.aph.gov.au and http:// www.fed.gov.au.

Supplements accompany some issues.

Printed service ceased with the last edition dated 29 June 2001. Continued on the Internet by three separate Web sites: Parliament House press releases; FedInfo press releases; and, Fed.gov.au press releases

Life Dates Began in 1976  -No. 71/2000-01 (June 29, 2001) 
Frequency Daily (Irregular) 
Subjects Executive departments - Australia - Periodicals.  |  Australia - Politics and government - Periodicals.  |  Australian

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