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Road Traffic (Average Speed Camera Location – Northern Expressway) Notice 2015

under Section 175A of the Road Traffic Act 1961



1—Short title

This notice may be cited as the Road Traffic (Average Speed Camera Location—Northern Expressway) Notice 2015.



2—Commencement

This notice comes into operation on the day on which it is published in the Gazette.



3—Interpretation

In this notice—


Stub line has the same meaning as in the Road Traffic (Miscellaneous) Regulations 2014.

4—Average speed camera locations on the Northern Expressway for north east bound vehicles

(1) The following are 2 average speed camera locations on the Northern Expressway at which north east bound vehicles may be photographed by an average speed camera:



(a) Start location: the area of road in the vicinity of the stub line situated on the northern side of the Northern Expressway at right angles to the boundary of the road in line with a point in the centre of the road of approximate coordinates 138º35ʹ00.7ʺE 34º41ʹ39.0ʺS GDA94 (a location approximately 1.60 kilometres north east of Port Wakefield Road overpass along the Northern Expressway);

(b) End location: the area of road in the vicinity of the stub line situated on the northern side of the Northern Expressway at right angles to the boundary of the road in line with a point in the centre of the road of approximate coordinates 138º42ʹ05.2ʺE 34º36ʹ15.4ʺS GDA94 (a location approximately 1.50 kilometres north east of Two Wells Road along the Northern Expressway).

(2) The fastest practicable route between those 2 locations for north east bound vehicles is along the Northern Expressway.

(3) The shortest distance that a north east bound vehicle could travel along that route between the 2 locations (measured between the stub line at the start location and the stub line at the end location) is 16557 metres.

5—Average speed camera locations on the Northern Expressway for south west bound vehicles

(1) The following are 2 average speed camera locations on the Northern Expressway at which south west bound vehicles may be photographed by an average speed camera:



(a) Start location: the area of road in the vicinity of the stub line situated on the southern side of the Northern Expressway at right angles to the boundary of that road in line with a point in the centre of the road of approximate coordinates 138º42ʹ04.3ʺE 34º36ʹ16.3ʺS GDA94 (a location approximately 1.50 kilometres north east of Two Wells Road along the Northern Expressway);

(b) End location: the area of road in the vicinity of the stub line situated on the southern side of the Northern Expressway at right angles to the boundary of that road in line with a point in the centre of the road of approximate coordinates 34º41ʹ39.9ʺS 138º35ʹ01.0ʺE GDA94 (a location approximately 2 kilometres north east of Port Wakefield Road along the Northern Expressway).

(2) The fastest practicable route between those 2 locations for south west bound vehicles is along the Northern Expressway.

(3) The shortest distance that a south west bound vehicle could travel along that route between the 2 locations (measured between the stub line at the start location and the stub line at the end location) is 16533 metres.

I Antony Bested, a licensed surveyor in South Australia do hereby certify the above measurements contained in Part 4 and 5 above.

Dated 4 September 2015

Acting Minister for Transport and Infrastructure

Dated 28 September 2015





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Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration (Change of Name) Amendment Act (Commencement) Proclamation 2016

1—Short title

This proclamation may be cited as the Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration (Change of Name) Amendment Act (Commencement) Proclamation 2016.



2—Commencement

The Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration (Change of Name) Amendment Act 2015 (No 27 of 2015) will come into operation on 1 June 2016.



Made by the Governor

with the advice and consent of the Executive Council

on 21 January 2016

AGO0018/15CS


South Australia



Electronic Conveyancing National Law (South Australia) Act (Commencement) Proclamation 2016

1—Short title

This proclamation may be cited as the Electronic Conveyancing National Law (South Australia) Act (Commencement) Proclamation 2016.



2—Commencement

The Electronic Conveyancing National Law (South Australia) Act 2013 (No 89 of 2013) will come into operation on 21 January 2016.



Made by the Governor

with the advice and consent of the Executive Council

on 21 January 2016

AGO0001/16CS


South Australia

Administrative Arrangements (Administration of Electronic Conveyancing National Law (South Australia) Act) Proclamation 2016

under section 5 of the Administrative Arrangements Act 1994



1—Short title

This proclamation may be cited as the Administrative Arrangements (Administration of Electronic Conveyancing National Law (South Australia) Act) Proclamation 2016.



2—Commencement

This proclamation comes into operation on the day on which it is made.



3—Administration of Act committed to Attorney General

The administration of the Electronic Conveyancing National Law (South Australia) Act 2013 is committed to the Attorney General.



Made by the Governor

with the advice and consent of the Executive Council

on 21 January 2016

AGO0001/16CS


South Australia



Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Deer Industry Fund) Variation Regulations 2016

under the Primary Industry Funding Schemes Act 1998



Contents

Part 1—Preliminary

1 Short title

2 Commencement

3 Variation provisions

Part 2—Variation of Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Deer Industry Fund) Regulations 2002

4 Variation of regulation 3—Interpretation

5 Variation of regulation 4—Establishment of Fund

6 Substitution of regulation 6

6 Refund of contributions to Fund

7 Variation of regulation 7—Application of Fund

8 Revocation of Part 3

Part 1—Preliminary

1—Short title

These regulations may be cited as the Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Deer Industry Fund) Variation Regulations 2016.

2—Commencement

These regulations come into operation on the day on which they are made.

3—Variation provisions

In these regulations, a provision under a heading referring to the variation of specified regulations varies the regulations so specified.

Part 2—Variation of Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Deer Industry Fund) Regulations 2002

4—Variation of regulation 3—Interpretation

(1) Regulation 3, definitions of carcass and Chief Inspector—delete the definitions

(2) Regulation 3, definitions of inspector and large species deer—delete the definitions

(3) Regulation 3, definitions of net proceeds and owner—delete the definitions

(4) Regulation 3, definition of small species deer—delete the definition

5—Variation of regulation 4—Establishment of Fund

(1) Regulation 4(3)(b)—after "these regulations" insert:

as in force immediately before the commencement of the Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Deer Industry Fund) Variation Regulations 2016

(2) Regulation 4(3)(c)—after "Part 3" insert:

as in force immediately before the commencement of the Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Deer Industry Fund) Variation Regulations 2016

6—Substitution of regulation 6

Regulation 6—delete the regulation and substitute:



6—Refund of contributions to Fund

(1) In connection with the proposed winding up of the Fund under the Act in 2016, the procedure for making a claim for a refund of contributions made to the Fund is as set out in this regulation.

(2) A person who has paid contributions to the Fund before the commencement of this regulation in respect of a registration period for which the person would have been entitled to make a claim for a refund under these regulations as in force immediately before the commencement of the Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Deer Industry Fund) Variation Regulations 2016 may, by notice in writing to the Minister before 30 April 2016, make a claim for a refund of those contributions.

(3) If the person satisfies the Minister that the person is entitled to a refund, the Minister must pay to the person an amount to be calculated—

(a) if the registration period in respect of which the contribution was paid is in its first year—in accordance with the following formula:

where—


R is the amount of the refund;

C is the amount of the contributions paid by the person in respect of the registration period for which the claim is made;

M1 is the number of whole months for which the person was registered as a deer keeper (and had paid contributions) in the first 12 months of the registration period in respect of which the claim is made;

I1 is the annual short term interest rate for the financial year that comprises or ends in the first 12 months of the registration period in respect of which the claim is made (as published by the Reserve Bank of Australia) expressed as a percentage;

(b) if the registration period in respect of which the contribution was paid—

(i) is in its second year; or

(ii) has expired no longer than 12 months before the commencement of this regulation,

in accordance with the following formula:

where—


R is the amount of the refund;

C is the amount of the contributions paid by the person in respect of the registration period for which the claim is made;

M1 is the number of whole months for which the person was registered as a deer keeper (and had paid contributions) in the first 12 months of the registration period in respect of which the claim is made;

I1 is the annual short term interest rate for the financial year that comprises or ends in the first 12 months of the registration period in respect of which the claim is made (as published by the Reserve Bank of Australia) expressed as a percentage;

M2 is the number of whole months for which the person was registered as a deer keeper (and had paid contributions) in the second 12 months of the registration period in respect of which the claim is made;

I2 is the annual short term interest rate for the financial year that comprises or ends in the second 12 months of the registration period in respect of which the claim is made (as published by the Reserve Bank of Australia) expressed as a percentage.

7—Variation of regulation 7—Application of Fund

(1) Regulation 7(1)(a) and (b)—delete paragraphs (a) and (b)

(2) Regulation 7(1)(f)—delete "(including expenses incurred in assessing compensation payable under these regulations and expenses incurred by an inspector under regulation 9 if those expenses exceed the proceeds of sale obtained under that regulation)"

(3) Regulation 7(2)—after "this Part" insert:

as in force immediately before the commencement of the Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Deer Industry Fund) Variation Regulations 2016,

(4) Regulation 7(3)—delete subregulation (3)

8—Revocation of Part 3

Part 3—delete the Part

Note—

As required by section 10AA(2) of the Subordinate Legislation Act 1978, the Minister has certified that, in the Minister's opinion, it is necessary or appropriate that these regulations come into operation as set out in these regulations.



Made by the Governor

with the advice and consent of the Executive Council

on 21 January 2016

No 7 of 2016

15MAFF0079

South Australia



Radiation Protection and Control (Ionising Radiation) Variation Regulations 2016

under the Radiation Protection and Control Act 1982



Contents

Part 1—Preliminary

1 Short title

2 Commencement

3 Variation provisions

Part 2—Variation of Radiation Protection and Control (Ionising Radiation) Regulations 2015

4 Variation of regulation 70—Lights and signs fitted to X ray analysis apparatus

5 Variation of regulation 92—Fixed apparatus used for medical or veterinary diagnostic radiography or by chiropractor

6 Substitution of regulation 107

107 Persons other than patient not to remain in room during fluoroscopic procedure or test procedure



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