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    Disclosure log - 2017

    Our disclosure log contains information about applications made under the Right to Information Act (RTI Act) to the department and the Office of the Premier.

    Some documents may have details removed, or pages that are blank, because the information is either irrelevant or exempt under the RTI Act.*

    There may be documents that are currently only available in .pdf format. Should you be unable to read this format please contact 07 3003 9231 or email (include information for contact by phone, email or in writing). We will endeavour to meet all reasonable requests for an alternate hardcopy format of the document, free of charge.

    RTI reference Date application made Topic / information requested Status Applicant / entity
    RTIP160 21 February 2017

    Documents held by the Premier and Minister for the Arts, related to securing Sir Elton John's concert performances in Mackay and Cairns, Queensland, particularly mentioning Chugg Entertainment and Michael Chugg.

    Time period / date range for request: 1 January 2016 to 21 February 2017.
    Currently being processed.  
    RTID336 10 January 2017

    Documents held in the Department of the Premier and Cabinet, relating to traffic infringements involving government vehicles assigned to the Premier, Treasurer, and Ministers.

    Time period / date range for request: 1 June 2014 to 10 January 2017.
    Application finalised. Seven Network.
    RTID335 5 January 2017

    Any emails, memos or briefing notes held in the Department of the Premier and Cabinet, received by the Director General of the department about Project Pineapple.

    Time period / date range for request: 1 July 2016 to 4 January 2017.
    Application finalised—no documents.  

    *Under section 78B of the Act, information must be deleted from any document or information included in a disclosure log under section 78(2), including an individual's name, if publication:

    • is prevented by law
    • would be defamatory
    • would unreasonably invade a person's privacy
    • is confidential communication by a person other than the agency
    • is protected under contract
    • would cause substantial harm to an entity.

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    Last updated:
    1 March, 2017
    Last reviewed:
    18 January, 2017