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The Australian Department of Health and Ageing (DHA) has set out to constrain the number of doctors graduating, despite supply shortages which have seen the country poaching medical staff from the developing world.
A FOI request executed on the DHA returned among other documents, document C160.
A portion of that document is blacked out because the DHA claims it was contrary to public interest to reveal the information.
The DHA action serves to highlight the Deparment's political sensitivies.
Another FOI was executed on the University of Sydney and returned a copy of the same D