Remote food pricing inquiry hears from Outback Stores and NIAA
The Indigenous Affairs Committee will welcome the National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA) and Outback stores who will be appearing together at the second public hearing for the inquiry into food prices and food security in remote communities.
Committee Chair Julian Leeser MP said that this will be an important opportunity for the Committee to discuss the operations of remote community stores located across the NT, WA and SA with both Outback Stores and the NIAA.
‘Outback Stores are supporting about 40 remote stores and we look forward to discussing the management and governance of these businesses and how this contributes to a secure supply of affordable and healthy food for their communities.’
Public hearing details
Date: Thursday 18 June 2020
Time: 11.35am to 12.20pm
A full program will be available at the inquiry website.
Due to social distancing requirements at Parliament House, members of the public will not be permitted to attend the hearing. An audio broadcast will be accessible at aph.gov.au/live.
For more information about this inquiry, including its terms of reference, details of upcoming public hearings, and instructions on making a submission, please visit the Committee’s webpage. You may also track the Committee to receive email updates on the inquiry by clicking the blue ‘Track Committee’ button.
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