Senator LUDLAM: ...Can I ask you to take notice any specifics you can provide, listed by recommendation, that your office is involved with or has been involved with since that report was tabled? For some context, it is my belief that that report has been almost entirely disregarded, that those recommendations have not been taken up at all by anybody. If you have a different view, could you provide us-I will put this to the minister in a moment because I recognise some of these are not in your domain-with any evidence at all from the OSS's point of view that any of those recommendations have been taken up?
Mr Hughes: Did you have any specific recommendations that you would like to discuss?
Senator LUDLAM: All of the recommendations in that report that relate to Kakadu. It was a comprehensive piece of work.
Mr Hughes: We will need to take that on notice.
Senator LUDLAM: Understood. Good morning, Minister. Some of this is out of Mr Hughes's bailiwick. Concerning the 2003 recommendations of the Senate environment committee inquiry into uranium mining in Australia, can I get a reading from the environment minister, through you, as to which of those recommendations have been disregarded and which were acted upon in the nine years since the report was tabled?