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In March 1993, the Dept. of Health, Housing and Community Services was renamed the Dept. of Health, Housing, Local Government and Community Services. On 23rd Dec. 1993, the name of this new body was changed to become the Dept. of Human Services and Health. On 25th Mar. 1994, the Dept. of Housing and Regional Development was established incorporating the functions of the Local Government and Urban Development Division, including the Office of Local Government, and the Housing Policy and Programs Division of the Dept. of Human Services and Health. Works by these bodies are found under the names used at the time of publication

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[Sydney] : Commonwealth Department of Health, Housing, Local Government and Community Services, 1993-1994
 
 
by AHMAC Aeromedical Services Working Party
[Canberra] : Dept. of Health, Housing, Local Government and Community Services, c1993
 
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