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No. 84 4909





THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

www.governmentgazette.sa.gov.au




PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

ALL PUBLIC ACTS appearing in this GAZETTE are to be considered official, and obeyed as such


ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, 15 DECEMBER 2011




CONTENTS


Page

Administrative Arrangements Act 1994—Notices 4912

Appointments, Resignations, Etc. 4910

Associations Incorporation Act 1985—Notice 4915

Corporations and District Councils—Notices 5093

Dangerous Substances Act 1979—Notice 4915

Environment Protection Act 1993—Notices 4920

Expiation of Offences Act 1996—Notice 4915

Fair Work Act 1994—Notice 4915

Fisheries Management Act 2007—Notices 4915

Harbors and Navigation Act 1993

Erratum 4925

Notices 4925

Land Acquisition Act 1969—Notices 4373

Libraries Board of South Australia—Notice 4928

Liquor Licensing Act 1997—Notices 4925

Mining Act 1971—Notices 4929

Motor Vehicles (Approval of Motor Bikes and Motor

Trikes) Notice 2011 4931

National Electricity Law—Notice 4930

Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act 1986

Notice 4930

Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000—Notices 4945

Petroleum Products Regulation Act 1995—Notice 4946

Proclamations 4986

Professional Standards Act 2004—Notice 4950

Public Sector Act 2009—Notice 4947

Public Sector (Reorganisation of Public Sector

Operations) Notice 2011 4955

Public Trustee Office—Administration of Estates 5095

REGULATIONS

Liquor Licensing Act 1997


(No. 266 of 2011) 5000

(No. 267 of 2011) 5002


Page

(No. 268 of 2011) 5005

(No. 269 of 2011) 5008

(No. 270 of 2011) 5011

(No. 271 of 2011) 5013

(No. 272 of 2011) 5015

(No. 273 of 2011) 5017

(No. 274 of 2011) 5019

Electricity Act 1996

(No. 275 of 2011) 5021

Bills of Sale Act 1886 (No. 276 of 2011) 5052

Motor Vehicles Act 1959 (No. 277 of 2011) 5054

SACE Board of South Australia Act 1983
(No. 278 of 2011) 5056

Education and Early Childhood Services (Registration

and Standards) Act 2011

(No. 279 of 2011) 5059

(No. 280 of 2011) 5075

Public Corporations Act 1993

(No. 281 of 2011) 5080

(No. 282 of 2011) 5084

(No. 283 of 2011) 5088

Residential Energy Efficiency Scheme (Rees)—Notice 4960

Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991—Notice 4946

Road Traffic Act 1961—Notice 4964


RULES

District Court Civil Rules 2006

(Amendment No. 19) 4965

Magistrates Court (Civil) Rules 1992

(Amendment No. 39) 4968

Supreme Court Civil Rules 2006

(Amendment No. 18) 4979

Training and Skills Development Act 2008

Notices 4983




Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 15 December 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the South Australian National Parks and Wildlife Council, pursuant to the provisions of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972:

Member: (from 15 December 2011 until 23 June 2013)

Douglas Egerton Humann

Presiding Member: (from 15 December 2011 until 7 March 2012)

William Raymond McIntosh

By command,



Jay Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 15 December 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Guardianship Board, pursuant to the provisions of the Guardianship and Administration Act 1993:

Deputy President: (from 25 January 2012 until 24 January 2017)

Neil John Rainford

By command,



Jay Weatherill, Premier

AGO0217/04CS


Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 15 December 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Board of Examiners for Mine Managers, pursuant to the provisions of the Mines and Works Inspection Regualtions 1998:

Member: (from 15 December 2011 until 14 December 2014)

Josephine Jane Coker

Mark Andrew van Leuven

By command,

Jay Weatherill, Premier

MRD11/012SC

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 15 December 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Safework SA Advisory Committee, pursuant to the provisions of the Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act 1986:

Member: (from 9 February 2012 until 8 February 2015)

Belinda Jane Grant

Jacqui Quarton

Janet Margaret Giles

Donald Blairs

Member: (from 9 February 2012 until 8 August 2013)

Carol Vincent

Margaret Norma Heylen

Martin James O’Malley

Jill Michele Cavanough

By command,



Jay Weatherill, Premier

MIR11/033CS


Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 15 December 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Adelaide Cemetries Authority Board, pursuant to the provisions of the Adelaide Cemeteries Authority Act 2001:

Director: (from 1 January 2012 until 31 December 2013)

Ester Huxtable

Deborah Ann Black

John Menzies Mitchell

Director: (from 1 January 2012 until 31 December 2015)

Susan Margaret Clearihan

Geoffrey Frederick Buckland

Wayne Thomas Hanson

By command,



Jay Weatherill, Premier

MSLGR11/012CS

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 15 December 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the South Australian Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission, pursuant to the provisions of the South Australian Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission Act 1980:

Member: (from 1 January 2012 until 31 December 2016)

Hieu Van Le

Member: (from 1 January 2012 until 31 May 2012)

Stamatiki Kritas

Member: (from 1 January 2012 until 31 December 2014)

Peter Ppiros

Member: (from 1 January 2012 until 31 December 2013)

Norman Anthony Schueler

Member: (from 29 January 2012 until 28 January 2014)

Sumeja Skaka

Member: (from 29 January 2012 until 28 January 2013)

Branka King

Joseph Julius Masika

Member: (from 29 January 2012 until 28 January 2015)

Malgorzata Skalban

Member: (from 1 January 2012 until 31 December 2012)

Miriam Amena Silva

Vesna Drapac

Chair: (from 1 January 2012 until 31 December 2016)

Hieu Van Le

Deputy Chair: (from 1 January 2012 until 31 May 2012)

Stamatiki Kritas

By command,


Jay Weatherill, Premier

DFCCN-11-070


Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 15 December 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Acting Ministers as follows:

Honourable John Robert Rau, MP, Deputy Premier, Attorney-General, Minister for Planning and Minister for Business Services and Consumers to be appointed as Acting Premier and Acting Minister for State Development for the period from 26 December 2011 to 8 January 2012 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable Jay Wilson Weatherill, MP.

Honourable Paul Caica, MP, Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation, Minister for Water and the River Murray and Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation to be appointed as Acting Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, Acting Minister for Forests, Acting Minister for Regional Development, Acting Minister for Tourism and Acting Minister for the Status of Women for the period from 21 December 2011 to 1 January 2012 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable Gail Elizabeth Gago, MLC.

Honourable Russell Paul Wortley, MLC, Minister for Industrial Relations and Minister for State/Local Government Relations to be appointed as Acting Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, Acting Minister for Forests, Acting

Minister for Regional Development, Acting Minister for Tourism and Acting Minister for the Status of Women for the period from 2 January 2012 to 15 January 2012 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable Gail Elizabeth Gago, MLC.

Honourable Michael Francis O’Brien, MP, Minister for Finance and Minister for the Public Sector to be appointed as Acting Treasurer, Acting Minister for Workers Rehabilitation, Acting Minister for Defence Industries and Acting Minister for Veterans’ Affairs for the period from 1 January 2012 to 8 January 2012 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable John James Snelling, MP.

Honourable Jay Wilson Weatherill, MP, Premier and Minister for State Development to be appointed as Acting Treasurer, Acting Minister for Workers Rehabilitation, Acting Minister for Defence Industries and Acting Minister for Veterans’ Affairs for the period from 9 January 2012 to 15 January 2012 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable John James Snelling, MP.

Honourable Patrick Frederick Conlon, MP, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure and Minister for Housing and Urban Development to be appointed as Acting Minister for Police, Acting Minister for Correctional Services, Acting Minister for Emergency Services, Acting Minister for Road Safety and Acting Minister for Multicultural Affairs for the period from 9 January 2012 to 24 January 2012 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable Jennifer Mary Rankine, MP.

Honourable Michael Francis O’Brien, MP, Minister for Finance and Minister for the Public Sector to be appointed as Acting Minister for Manufacturing, Innovation and Trade, Acting Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy and Acting Minister for Small Business for the period from 25 December 2011 to 8 January 2012 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable Tom Koutsantonis, MP.

Honourable Patrick Frederick Conlon, MP, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure and Minister for Housing and Urban Development to be appointed as Acting Minister for Manufacturing, Innovation and Trade, Acting Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy and Acting Minister for Small Business for the period from 9 January 2012 to 15 January 2012 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable Tom Koutsantonis, MP.

Honourable Ian Keith Hunter, MLC, Minister for Communities and Social Inclusion, Minister for Social Housing, Minister for Disabilities, Minister for Youth and Minister for Volunteers to be appointed as Acting Minister for Education and Child Development for the period from 9 January 2012 to 22 January 2012 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable Grace Portolesi, MP.

Honourable Russell Paul Wortley, MLC, Minister for Industrial Relations and Minister for State/Local Government Relations to be appointed as Acting Minister for Transport Services for the period from 20 December 2011 to 8 January 2012 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable Chloë Catienne Fox, MP.

By command,


Jay Weatherill, Premier

DPC11/052CS


Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 15 December 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Kathleen McCusker as Registrar of the Residential Tenancies Tribunal for a period commencing on 31 December 2011 and expiring on 30 June 2012, inclusive, pursuant to the provisions of the Residential Tenancies Act 1995.

By command,


Jay Weatherill, Premier

MCA0003/11CS

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 15 December 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the people listed as Justices of the Peace for South Australia for a period of ten years commencing from 15 December 2011 and expiring on 14 December 2021, it being a condition of appointment that the Justices of the Peace must take the oaths required of a Justice under the Oaths Act 1936 and return the oaths form to the Justice of the Peace Services within three months of the date of appointment, pursuant to Section 4 of the Justices of the Peace Act 2005:

Thompson Banh

Francesco Bavaresco

Dragan Bekric

Darryl James Bishop

Dennis Graham Bock

Marilyn Faye Burgemeister

Garth James Challans

Barry John Chenoweth

William Michael Coad

William Edward Coomans

Ian Joseph Denton

David Brenton Gehlert

Roger Mark Goldsworthy

David Grant Hall

Kristene Ann Henry

Robert John Hughes

Brian Morgan Hurn

John Jefferson

Rex John Keily

Roger Philip Kirchner

Andrew William Kleinig

Michael Allen Krieger

Trevor John Kubenk

Seija Anneli Leinonen

Rudite McWaters

Kenneth Reginald Maynard

Peter Jeffrey Micklem

Julie-Ann Mould

Steven Michael O’Sullivan

Deane Walters Phillips

Keith Ross Rasheed

Geoffrey Donald John Rawson

Andrew Robert Magarey Ray

Trevor Robert Rehn

Peter John Rowland

Michael Franz Hermann Sachsse

Tania Jane Schultz

Robert John Peebles Shaw

Gregory Nikolaus Sierocinski

Kerryn Geoffrey St Clair

Mark Andrew Stokes

Neil John Surfield

Paul Daryl Swanbury

Charles Edward Tant

Barry Rowland Taylor

Hugh Peter Christian Trumble

Graham Keith Watts

Colin Arthur Williams

Andrew Colin Woolford

Russell Paul Wortley

By command,


Jay Weatherill, Premier

JP11/033CS

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 15 December 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the SafeWork SA officers listed as Inspectors for the purposes of the Shop Trading Hours Act 1977, commencing on 15 December 2011, pursuant to Section 7 of the Shop Trading Hours Act 1977:

Rosanna Angela Bau

Sharon Elizabeth Doris

Ekaterina Martch

By command,

Jay Weatherill, Premier

MIR11/032CS


ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS ACT 1994



Instrument of Delegation Pursuant to Section 9 of the Administrative Arrangements Act 1994

I, the Honourable John David Hill MP, Minister for Health and Ageing, delegate all of my powers and functions under the Health Care Act 2008, to the Minister for Education and Child Development.

This instrument of delegation operates only in relation to the program of activity known as the Child and Family Health program delivered by the Women’s and Children’s Health Network.

Dated: 15 December 2011.



John Hill, Minister for Health and Ageing

ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS ACT 1994

Instrument of Delegation

Delegation of Powers under the Motor Vehicles Act 1959

I, PATRICK CONLON, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure in the State of South Australia, pursuant to Section 9 of the Administrative Arrangements Act 1994, hereby revoke my delegation of 1 May 2009 to the Minister for Road Safety and delegate to the Minister for Road Safety the following powers and functions exercisable by me under the Motor Vehicles Act 1959 (‘the Act’):


Motor Vehicles Act Section

Description of Power







5 (3b) (a)

Power to approve or revoke the approval of a device or system as an alcohol interlock for the purposes of the Act by notice in Gazette.

5 (3b) (b)

Power to approve or revoke the approval of a person, or a person of a class, as a provider of alcohol interlocks for the purposes of the Act by notice in Gazette.

80 (1a)

Power to grant approval to the Registrar (when Registrar directing applicants for licence or learner’s permit who are of a particular class to undergo such tests or furnish such evidence as to the ability or fitness to drive a motor vehicle or a motor vehicle of a particular class).

80 (2)

Power to publish or adopt guidelines for any medical tests required by the Registrar under Section 80 of the Act by notice in the Gazette and power to publish or adopt any policies to assess a person’s competence to drive a motor vehicle or a motor vehicle of a particular class by notice in the Gazette.

81E (5(b)

Power to specify incidents which disqualify a person from being issued a licence not subject to alcohol interlock conditions by notice in the Gazette.


81F (1(c)

Power to publish instructions for operation of vehicle fitted with alcohol interlock by notice in the Gazette.

81F (1(e)

Power to approve form issued by an approved alcohol interlock provider certifying that the alcohol interlock is functioning properly.

Schedule 6,
Clause 5 (1) (c)

Power to publish instructions for operation of vehicle fitted with alcohol interlock by notice in the Gazette.

Schedule 6,
Clause 5 (1) (e)

Power to approve form issued by an approved alcohol interlock provider certifying that the alcohol interlock is functioning properly.

Schedule 6,
Clause 8 (1)

Power to determine means test and conditions for loans or other assistance with respect to applications for financial assistance for use of alcohol interlocks.

Schedule 6,
Clause 8 (2)

Power to issue certificate certifying that person has defaulted in payment.

Conditions of Delegation

This Instrument of Delegation has effect from the day on which it is published in the Government Gazette.

This Instrument of Delegation may be revoked or varied at any time by me by further notice published in the Government Gazette.


Patrick Conlon, Minister for Transport
and Infrastructure
ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS ACT 1994

Instrument of Delegation



Delegation of Powers under the Road Traffic Act 1961

I, PATRICK CONLON, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure in the State of South Australia, pursuant Section 9 of the Administrative Arrangements Act 1994, hereby revoke my delegation of 1 May 2009 and delegate to the Minister for Road Safety the following powers and functions exercisable by me under the Road Traffic Act 1961 (‘the Act’):



Road Traffic Act 1961

Section

Description of Power







11

Power to delegate any powers or functions conferred on the Minister under the Act.

17 (1) and (2)

Power to approve a road authority to install, maintain, alter or operate, or cause to be installed, maintained, altered or operated, a traffic control device on, above or near a road; and to remove a traffic control device or cause a traffic control device to be removed.

17 (3)

Power to approve an authority, body or person to install, display, alter, operate or remove traffic control devices.


18

Power to direct a road authority to install, maintain, alter, operate or remove a traffic control device on, above or near a road.

20

Power to approve a public authority to place signs on a road for the purpose of indicating a maximum speed to be observed by drivers while driving on, by or towards a work area or work site where workers are engaged, or works are in progress.

47A

Appointment of an analyst for the purposes of the Act.

162A (4)

Power to approve specifications in relation to seat belts with which a vehicle or vehicles of a particular class are to be equipped.


Road Traffic (Miscellaneous) Regulations 1999

Regulation

Description of Power







22

Power to prohibit fishing or other specified activities from a specified bridge or causeway if of the opinion that it is appropriate to do so in the interests of road safety.

Conditions of Delegation

This Instrument of Delegation has effect from the day on which it is published in the Government Gazette.

This Instrument of Delegation may be revoked or varied at any time by me by further notice published in the Gazette.


Patrick Conlon, Minister for Transport
and Infrastructure
ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS ACT 1994

Instrument of Delegation



Delegation of Powers under the Motor Vehicles Act 1959

I, PATRICK CONLON, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure in the State of South Australia, pursuant to Section 9 of the Administrative Arrangements Act 1994, hereby delegate to the Minister for Transport Services the following powers and functions exercisable by me under the Motor Vehicles Act 1959:



Motor Vehicles Act Section

Description of Power







16 (3)

Power to determine form of permit (to drive vehicle without registration).

20 (1(b)

Power to determine manner and form of application (for registration of a motor vehicle).

43A (6)

Power to determine form of certificate (temporary configuration certificate for a heavy vehicle).

47B (1(b)

Power to approve person to sell or supply number plates.

54 (1)

Power to determine the manner and form of application (to cancel registration).


56 (b) (i) (B)

Power to determine the form of an application (to transfer registration).

56 (b) (i) (C)

Power to determine the form of notice (to transfer of ownership of vehicle).

57 (2)

Power to determine the form of application (to transfer registration).

71B (1)

Power to determine the manner and form of application (to replace number plate, trade plate, prescribed document or registration label).

75 (1(a)

Power to determine the form for application (to issue or renew a licence).

75 (2)

Power to determine the form of a licence.

75A (2(b) (i)

Power to determine the form for application for a learner’s permit.

75A (4(b) (i)

Power to determine the form for application for a renewal of learner’s permit.

75A (9)

Power to determine the form of a learner’s permit.

77C (2)

Power to determine the form of a temporary licence or temporary learner’s permit.


98A (2)

Power to determine the form of a Motor Driving Instructor’s Licence.

98A (2a)

Power to determine the manner and form for application for a Motor Driving Instructor’s Licence.

98R (2)

Power to determine the manner and form of an application for a disabled parking permit.

98S (2)

Power to determine the manner and form of an application for a renewal of disabled parking permit.

98T (6)

Power to review a decision of Council to refuse to make arrangement under Section 98T (3) and determine manner and form of application for review.

98WA (2)

Power to declare that the law of another State or a Territory of the Commonwealth is a corresponding law for the purposes of this section (by notice in Gazette).


Motor Vehicles Regulations 2010

Regulation

Description of Power







33

Power to approve the sale or supply of trade plates.


56A

Power of Minister to approve form of application to enter into a Safer Driver Agreement.

74 (4)

Power of Minister to determine manner in which written-off vehicle notices must be affixed to a notifiable vehicle.

74 (5(a)

Power of Minister to determine the manner and form of a notice required to be given to the Registrar in accordance with this regulation (written-off vehicles).

74 (5(b) (ii)

Power of Minister to determine particulars of such matters that must be contained within a notice to the Registrar under this regulation (written-off vehicles).

74 (6)

Power of Minister to determine a time or manner in which written-off vehicle notices affixed to a notifiable vehicle in accordance with this regulation may be defaced, altered or removed from the vehicle (except in the case of notices affixed in accordance with a corresponding law) and specified in the notice.

92

Power to determine form of the following documents:




(a) an application for a permit under Section 16 or 50 of the Act;



(b) an application for the issue, transfer or replacement of a trade plate;





(c) an application for a duplicate driver’s licence or learner’s permit;




(d) a certificate of issue of a trade plate;




(e) a permit under Section 50 of the Act;




(f) a motor driving instructor’s licence.


Conditions of Delegation

This Instrument of Delegation has effect from the day on which it is published in the Government Gazette.

This Instrument of Delegation may be revoked or varied at any time by me by further notice published in the Gazette.

Patrick Conlon, Minister for Transport
and Infrastructure
ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS ACT 1994

Instrument of Delegation



Delegation of Powers under the Road Traffic Act 1961

I, PATRICK CONLON, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure in the State of South Australia, pursuant to Section 9 of the Administrative Arrangements Act 1994, hereby delegate to the Minister for Transport Services the following powers and functions exercisable by me under the Road Traffic Act 1961 (‘the Act’):



Road Traffic Act 1961

Section

Description of Power





11

Power to delegate any powers or functions conferred on, or assigned to, the Minister under the Act.

110A

Power to approve an authority (established under a law of another State) for the purposes of Part 3A.

110C (9)

Power to approve a person to manufacture, sell or offer for sale a vehicle identification plate.

145 (8)

Power to authorise a person, by notice in writing, in accordance with the regulations to exercise any of the powers of an authorised officer under Section 145 of the Act (as specified in the notice).

145 (10)

Power to establish, for the purposes of Section 145 of the Act, a code of practice to be observed by persons authorised under subsection 145 (8).

145 (12)

Power to request the Commissioner of Police to provide such information as may be relevant to the question of whether a particular person is a fit and proper person to be authorised under subsection 145 (8).


Road Traffic (Miscellaneous) Regulations 1999

Regulation


Description of Power







33

Power to approve the form of a formal written warning, defect notice or defective vehicle label issued under Section 145 of the Act.

34

Power to approve the form of an application by a person to exercise powers of an authorised officer under Section 145 of the Act; and power to authorise the applicant to exercise any of the powers of an authorised officer under Section 145 of the Act.


Conditions of Delegation

This Instrument of Delegation has effect from the day on which it is published in the Government Gazette.

This Instrument of Delegation may be revoked or varied at any time by me by further notice published in the Gazette.

Patrick Conlon, Minister for Transport
and Infrastructure
ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS ACT 1994

Instrument of Delegation



Delegation of Powers under the Rail Commissioner Act 2009

I, PATRICK CONLON, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure in the State of South Australia, pursuant to Section 9 of the Administrative Arrangements Act 1994, hereby delegate to the Minister for Transport Services the following powers and functions exercisable by me under the Rail Commissioner Act 2009:



Rail Commissioner Act
Section

Description of Power








10

Power to approve the Rail Commissioner to carry out works in relation to the construction, commissioning and maintenance of rail infrastructure.

11

Power to approve the Rail Commissioner to close a railway temporarily or permanently; or limit the use of a railway temporarily or permanently, for the purposes of railway operations carried out by the Commissioner.

16 (2)

Power to approve the Rail Commissioner to close a road temporarily or permanently for the purposes of railway operations carried out by the Commissioner.

16 (4)

Power to approve the Rail Commissioner, to require a Council to construct or reconstruct a portion of road within the area of the Council so as to conform with the construction, reconstruction or maintenance of rail infrastructure within the Council area (by notice in writing).


Conditions of Delegation

This Instrument of Delegation has effect from the day on which it is published in the Government Gazette.

This Instrument of Delegation may be revoked or varied at any time by me by further notice published in the Gazette.

Patrick Conlon, Minister for Transport
and Infrastructure

ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS ACT 1994

Instrument of Delegation

Delegation of Powers under the Passenger Transport Act 1994

I, PATRICK CONLON, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure in the State of South Australia, by virtue of powers conferred upon me by the Administrative Arrangements (Minister for Transport Services) Proclamation 2011 made 15 December 2011, and pursuant to Section 9 of the Administrative Arrangements Act 1994 (‘the Act’), hereby delegate to the Minister for Transport Services the following function and powers exercisable by me under the Passenger Transport Act 1994:


Passenger Transport Act
Section


Description of Power







20 (1(h)

Function of establishing and maintaining facilities and various forms of infrastructure for the purposes of the passenger transport network.

23 (a)

Power to acquire land for the establishment, extension, alteration of any facility or other form of infrastructure reasonably required for the provision or operation of a passenger transport service; and

24

Power to carry out works.


Conditions of Delegation

This Instrument of Delegation has effect from the day on which it is published in the Government Gazette.

This Instrument of Delegation may be revoked or varied at any time by me by further notice published in the Gazette.

Patrick Conlon, Minister for Transport
and Infrastructure

ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS ACT 1994

Instrument of Delegation

Delegation of Powers under the Passenger Transport Act 1994

I, CHLOË CATIENNE FOX, Minister for Transport Services in the State of South Australia, pursuant to Section 9 of the Administrative Arrangements Act 1994 (‘the Act’), hereby delegate to the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure the following powers and functions exercisable by me under the Passenger Transport Act 1994:


Passenger Transport Act
Section


Description of Power







26 (1)

Power to delegate to a body or person a function or power.


Conditions of Delegation

This Instrument of Delegation has effect from the day on which it is published in the Government Gazette.

This Instrument of Delegation may be revoked or varied at any time by me by further notice published in the Gazette.

Chloë Catienne Fox, Minister for Transport Services

ASSOCIATIONS INCORPORATION ACT 1985


Deregistration of Associations

NOTICE is hereby given that the Corporate Affairs Commission approves the applications for deregistration received from the associations named below pursuant to Section 43A of the Associations Incorporation Act 1985. Deregistration takes effect on the date of publication of this notice.

Australian Land Sailing Association Incorporated

East Terrace Community Children's Centre Incorporated

Rotary Club of Flinders Park Incorporated

Haemophilia Foundation South Australia Incorporated

Limestone Coast Multicultural Network Incorporated

Mitcham A.F.A. Bowling Club Incorporated

Petroleum Industry Contractors Association S.A. Incorporated

Rotary Club of Hindmarsh Island Incorporated

Returned Services League, Harrogate-Kanmantoo Sub Branch Incorporated

South Australia Police Rangers Incorporated

The Adelaide Forum Club Incorporated

The Golden Girls Entertainment Troupe Incorporated

The Lions Club of Yorke Peninsula Rail Incorporated

The South Australian Country Fire Services Training and Research Foundation Incorporated

Waikerie Croquet Club Incorporated

Given at Adelaide, 13 December 2011.


K. L. Rodger, a Delegate of the Corporate affairs commission

DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES ACT 1979



Appointments

I, RUSSELL WORTLEY, Minister for Industrial Relations in and for the State of South Australia, hereby appoint each of the following persons as an Authorised Officer for the purposes of the Dangerous Substances Act 1979, pursuant to Section 7 (1) of that Act:

• Rosanna Angela Baứ

• Sharon Elizabeth Doris

Dated 15 December 2011.

Russell Wortley, Minister for Industrial Relations, Minister for State/Local Government Relations

EXPIATION OF OFFENCES ACT 1996



Appointments

I, RUSSELL WORTLEY, Minister for Industrial Relations, in and for the State of South Australia, hereby authorise the following persons to issue expiation notices, pursuant to the Expiation of Offences Act 1996:

• Rosanna Angela Baứ

• Sharon Elizabeth Doris

Dated 15 December 2011.

Russell Wortley, Minister for Industrial Relations, Minister for State/Local Government Relations

FAIR WORK ACT 1994



Appointments

I, RUSSELL WORTLEY, Minister for Industrial Relations in and for the State of South Australia, hereby appoint each of the following persons to be an Inspector for the purposes of the Fair Work Act 1994, pursuant to Section 64 (1) (b) of that Act:

• Rosanna Angela Baứ

• Sharon Elizabeth Doris

Dated 15 December 2011.

Russell Wortley, Minister for Industrial Relations, Minister for State/Local Government Relations

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 115

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 115 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, Wayne Rumball of the Malacological Society of South Australia Inc. (the ‘exemption holder’), c/o 53 Hui Hui Drive, Happy Valley, S.A. 5159, or his agents are exempt from the provisions of Section 70 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007 and Regulation 7, Clause 118 of Schedule 6 of the Fisheries Management (General) Regulations 2007 to engage in the activities specified in Schedule 1 (the ‘exempted activity’), subject to the conditions set out in Schedule 2, from 7 December 2011 until 7 December 2012 inclusive, unless varied or revoked earlier.

Schedule 1

The collection of benthic marine organisms from coastal waters and intertidal rocky reefs surrounding Port MacDonnell, Port Lincoln and Streaky Bay, excluding aquatic reserve and marine park areas.

Schedule 2

1. Specimens collected pursuant to this notice may only be collected by hand.

2. Specimens collected by the exemption holder pursuant to this notice may not be used for a commercial purpose, including sale, trade and barter.

3. Specimens may only be collected pursuant to this notice during the Malacological Society of South Australia’s one organised field trip per year.

4. No organisms may be collected pursuant to this exemption within an aquatic reserve or marine park.

5. The exemption holder must notify PIRSA Fishwatch on 1800 065 522 at least one week before and again at least two hours prior to conducting the exempted activity and answer a series of questions about the exempted activity. The exemption holder will need to have a copy of the exemption at the time of making the call, and be able to provide information about the area and time of the exempted activity, the vehicles and boats involved, the number of agents undertaking the exempted activity and other related questions. Exemption No. 9902468.

6. Within 14 days of each collection of organisms pursuant to this notice, the exemption holder must provide a report in writing to the Director of Fisheries, (G.P.O Box 1625, Adelaide, S.A. 5001), giving the following details:

• the date and time of collection;

• the description of all species collected;

• the number of each species collected;

• a breakdown of whether the species collected are kept for individual collections or museum collections; and

• the names of those people who participated in the field trip collections.

7. While engaged in the exempted activity, the exemption holder or a person acting as his agent must carry identification proving membership of the Malacological Society.

8. While engaged in the exempted activity, the exemption holder or a person acting as his agent must be in possession of a copy of this notice. Such notice must be produced to a PIRSA Fisheries Officer upon request.

9. The exemption holder or a person acting as his agent must not contravene or fail to comply with the Fisheries Management Act 2007, or any regulations made under that Act, except where specifically exempted by this notice.

Dated 6 December 2011.


P. Dietman, Acting Director of Fisheries
FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 115

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 115 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, the holder of a Prawn Fishery Licence issued pursuant to the Fisheries Management (Prawn Fisheries) Regulations 2006 for the West Coast Prawn Fishery listed in Schedule 1 (the ‘exemption holders’) or their registered master are exempt from closure notices made under Section 79 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, published in the South Australian Government Gazette, referring to the West Coast Prawn Fishery insofar as the exemption holder may use prawn trawl nets in accordance with the conditions of their fishery licence for the purpose of undertaking a prawn survey (the ‘exempted activity’) subject to the conditions contained in Schedule 2. Ministerial Exemption Number 9902500.

Schedule 1

Licence
No.

Licence Holder

Boat Name

Survey Area













D01

Nicholas Paleologoudias

Bosanquet Bay

Venus Bay

D02

Kontias Developments
Pty Ltd


Lincoln Lady

Ceduna

Schedule 2

1. This exemption is valid from 2000 hours on 25 November 2011 until 0630 hours on 26 November 2011.

2. The exemption holder must operate within the trawl survey area nominated in Schedule 1.

3. The registered master must keep a ‘skippers log’ to record catch information during the survey.

4. All fish, other than King Prawns, Southern Calamari, Gould’s Squid, Scallops, Octopus and Bugs taken during the exempted activity for survey purposes, are to be returned to the water immediately after capture.

5. While engaged in the exempted activity or unloading the survey catch, the exemption holder must have a copy of this notice on board the boat or near his person. This notice must be produced to a Fisheries Officer if requested.

Dated 22 November 2011.



Professor Mehdi Doroudi, Executive Director, Fisheries and Aquaculture
FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007

Section 78 (2)



Permit to Release Fish

Issued under the authority of the Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries.

Pursuant to Section 78 (2) of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, this permit is issued to allow the holder of the permit to release fish into the River Murray floodplain area and the River Murray Tributaries area, subject to the conditions of this permit.

Permit holder:

Adam Watt

Department of Environment and Natural Resources

91-97 Grenfell Street

Adelaide, S.A. 5000

Specified waters:

Lower Lakes and Associated Tributaries.


Conditions

1. The permitted activity must be completed on or before 8 October 2012.

2. The permit holder must undertake a minimum of one follow-up survey of each stocked population including an investigation for any signs of disease by 8 October 2013.

3. The permit holder or his agents may only release fish into waters specified in this permit during the time allowed under this permit.

4. The permit holder must hold all fish separate from their surrogate sites and place them in quarantine for a minimum time period of 7 days prior to release.

5. The permit holder must calcein mark all fish prior to release.

6. The permit holder may only release up to and not exceeding:

(a)500 fish each of Southern Purple-spotted Gudgeons (Mogurnda adspersa);

(b)500 fish each of Yarra Pygmy Perch (Nannoperca obscura);

(c)000 fish each of Murray Hardyhead, (Craterocephalus fluviatilis); and

(d)000 Southern Pygmy Perch (Nannoperca australis) into the specified waters.

7. The permit holder must provide a written disease free certificate from an independent veterinary authority at least 48 hour prior to the releasing of any fish pursuant to this notice to the Executive Director Fisheries and Aquaculture—Facsimile (08) 8226 0434 and marked attention to Jonathan McPhail.

8. While engaged in the permitted activity, the permit holder or his agents must be in possession of a copy of this permit. It must be produced to a PIRSA Fisheries Officer if requested.

9. The permit holder must provide a brief written report detailing the date, time and place of each release of fish, the species released and approximate numbers of each species. The report must be submitted to the Executive Director Fisheries and Aquaculture, (G.P.O. Box 1625, Adelaide, S.A. 5001) within 14 days of the expiry of this permit (8 October 2012).

10. The permit holder must not contravene or fail to comply with the Fisheries Management Act 2007, or any regulations made under that Act, except where specifically permitted by this notice.

Dated 28 October 2011.



Professor Mehdi Doroudi, Director of Fisheries







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