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Part 1—Preliminary

1—Short title

These regulations may be cited as the Radiation Protection and Control (Ionising Radiation) Variation Regulations 2016.



2—Commencement

These regulations will 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 Radiation Protection and Control (Ionising Radiation) Regulations 2015

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

Regulation 70(3)—delete subregulation (3) and substitute:

(3) The lights referred to in subregulations (1) and (2) must—

(a) be—


(i) red or amber in colour; and

(ii) fail safe; or

(b) consist of 2 lights, each of which is on a separate circuit from the other.

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

Regulation 92(5)—delete "Schedule 8" and substitute:

Schedule 6

6—Substitution of regulation 107

Regulation 107—delete the regulation and substitute:



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

A person other than the patient must not, during any fluoroscopic procedure or any test procedure, remain in the room in which the procedure is being carried out unless—

(a) he or she has been granted permission by the person operating the apparatus; and

(b) he or she—

(i) is wearing a protective apron with a shielding value of not less than 0.25 millimetres lead equivalent; or

(ii) is shielded by a protective screen of a kind referred to in regulation 103(2)(b).



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 8 of 2016

15MSECCS050
SENDING COPY?

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NOTE:

Closing time for lodging new copy is 4 p.m. on Tuesday preceding the regular Thursday Gazette.

CITY OF PORT ADELAIDE ENFIELD



Assignment of A Name For A New Road

NOTICE is hereby given that the Council of the City of Port Adelaide Enfield at its meeting held on 13 October 2015, resolved pursuant to Section 219 (1) of the Local Government Act 1999 that a certain new road in the suburb of Northgate be assigned the street name, as detailed below:

• The new road marked on Plan 2 (and its eventual continuation) be assigned the name Walter Parade.

A plan that delineates the new road that has been assigned a street name, together with a copy of the Council’s resolution are both available for inspection at the Council’s principal office, 163 St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide; Enfield Library Council Office, 1-9 Kensington Crescent, Enfield; and Greenacres Library Council Office, 2 Fosters Road, Greenacres during their normal business hours.

M. Withers, Chief Executive Officer

CITY OF PORT LINCOLN



Revoke Authorised Officer

NOTICE is hereby given that all previous appointments for Bradley Greenfield are hereby revoked.



R. Donaldson, Chief Executive Officer

CITY OF PORT LINCOLN



Appointment of Authorised Officer

NOTICE is hereby given that the City of Port Lincoln has duly appointed Brett Boston as an Authorised Officer, pursuant to the:



(a) Local Government Act 1999; and

(b) Authorisations under the Road Traffic Act 1999.

R. Donaldson, Chief Executive Officer

CITY OF PORT LINCOLN



Revoke Authorised Officer

NOTICE is hereby given that all previous appointments for Dean Brooksby are hereby revoked.



R. Donaldson, Chief Executive Officer

CITY OF PORT LINCOLN



Revoke Authorised Officer

NOTICE is hereby given that all previous appointments for Calvin Hoye are hereby revoked.



R. Donaldson, Chief Executive Officer

MOUNT BARKER DISTRICT COUNCIL

Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991

Proposed Road Process Order

IN accordance with Section 10 of the Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991, notice is hereby given that Mount Barker District Council proposes to make a Road Process Order to open a portion of road in the Hundred of Kanmantoo, in the area named Petwood being a portion of Piece 8 in Deposited Plan 30934 situate in the south-western corner of said Piece 8 and numbered ‘1’ on Preliminary Plan No. 14/0018.

And to close the following road: In the Hundred of Kanmantoo, being a strip of public road in the area named Petwood generally situate dividing Piece 7 from Piece 8 in Deposited Plan 30934 and marked ‘A’ on Preliminary Plan No. 14/0018.

It is proposed that the piece of road to be closed marked ‘A’ be exchanged for the piece numbered ‘1’ and transferred to C. W. Wegener and merged with said Piece 7 in Deposited Plan 30934.

A preliminary plan of the proposal, and a statement, are available for public inspection at the Mount Barker District Council offices, 6 Dutton Road, Mount Barker, S.A. 5251 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday to Friday or at the Adelaide office of the Surveyor-General during normal office hours.

Any person may object to the proposal (and any adjoining landowner or other person substantially affected by the proposed road closure may apply for an easement relative to the closure). Such objection (or application for an easement) must be made in writing to the Mount Barker District Council within 28 days of the date of this notice. If a submission is made, the Mount Barker District Council is required to give notice of a time and place at which a meeting will be held to consider the matter, so that the person making the submission (or a representative) may attend to support the submission, if desired. Any submission must set out the full name and address of the person making the submission, and must be fully supported by reasons (and any application for the grant of an easement must give full particulars of the nature and location of the easement and, where made by a person as the owner of adjoining or nearby land, specify the land to which the easement is to be annexed). A copy of the submission must be forwarded to the Surveyor-General at Adelaide.



A. Stuart, Chief Executive Officer

MOUNT BARKER DISTRICT COUNCIL

Rural (Primary Production Protection) Development
Plan Amendment

Public Consultation to Commence on Friday, 22 January 2016

NOTICE is hereby given that the Mount Barker District Council has, pursuant to Sections 24 and 25 of the Development Act 1993, prepared a Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to amend its Development Plan.

The Amendment will change the Mount Barker (DC) Development Plan by proposing:

• the protection of productive farming land;

• the protection of high conservation and biodiversity values;

• value-adding, including on-farm processing, sales and small-scale tourism;



the introduction of flexibility, responsiveness and greater certainty in the rural economy;

• greater flexibility in boundary realignments to protect valuable farming land;

• vegetated buffers and environmental covers;

• one Primary Production zone and four new policy areas; and



the incorporation of the former Watershed zone as a Mount Lofty Ranges Water Protection Area overlay.

The draft DPA will be on public consultation from 22 January 2016 until 21 March 2016.

Copies of the draft DPA are available for purchase or viewing during normal office hours at the Mount Barker Council Offices, Level 1, 6 Dutton Road, Mount Barker, and during opening hours for viewing at the Mount Barker Community Library, 5 Dumas Street, Mount Barker. Alternatively the draft DPA can be viewed on the Council website at www.dcmtbarker.sa.gov.au.

Open days to answer enquires on the draft Development Plan Amendment will be held at the following venues:

• Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Hahndorf Recreational Grounds, Echunga Road Hahndorf, 4-6 p.m.;

• Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Macclesfield Recreational Grounds, 2-8 Davies Street, Macclesfield, 4-6 p.m.; and

• Saturday, 20 February 2016

Kanmantoo Hall, 9 Princess Highway, Kanmantoo, 10-12 p.m.

To comment on the DPA complete the available Feedback Sheet or provide a written submission.

Completed feedback sheets or written submissions regarding the DPA should be submitted no later than 5 p.m. on 21 March 2016.

All responses should be addressed to the:

Rural DPA Submission,

Mount Barker District Council

P.O. Box 54, Mount Barker, S.A. 5251,

and should clearly indicate whether you wish to be heard in support of your submission at the public meeting. If you wish to lodge your feedback sheet or written submission electronically, please email it to: ruraldpa@dcmtbarker.sa.gov.au.

Copies of all submissions and feedback sheets received will be available for inspection by interested persons at the Council Offices, 6 Dutton Road, Mount Barker until the date of the public meeting.

A public meeting of Council’s Strategic Planning and Development Policy Committee will be held soon after the close of the Rural DPA Consultations at the Council Chambers,
6 Dutton Road, Mount Barker. Those who indicate on their submission and feedback sheets that they wish to be heard at the public meeting will receive written confirmation. A public notice will advise of the time, date and location of the public meeting. If there are no submissions indicating an interest in speaking to the Amendment, the public meeting may not be held.

Dated 18 January 2016.

A. Stuart, Chief Executive Officer

IN the matter of the estates of the undermentioned deceased persons:



Baker, Jean Gwendoline, late of 27 Captain Robertson Avenue, Golden Grove, widow, who died on 13 April 2015.

Brien, Norma Ethel, late of 61-63 Oxford Terrace, Port Lincoln, of no occupation, who died on 6 September 2015.

Couzner, Sharyn Ann, late of 3 Woodfield Drive, Salisbury Downs, home duties, who died on 17 August 2015.

Dawes, Coral Mary, late of Blamey Road, Elizabeth East, of no occupation, who died on 9 November 2015.

Fitzgerald, Marguerite Mary, late of 18 Cudmore Terrace, Marleston, retired secretary, who died on 3 October 2015.

Gray, Ian Stokes, late of 172 Trimmer Parade, Seaton, retired clerk, who died on 19 September 2015.
Hammond, Erica Bradshaw, late of 48 Smith-Dorrien Street, Mitcham, retired clerk, who died on 29 August 2015.

Irvine, Josephine Ethel, late of 40 Skyline Drive, Flagstaff Hill, of no occupation, who died on 27 October 2015.

Johnson, Paul Andrew, late of 8 Chestnut Grove, Blakeview, cabinet maker, who died on 29 October 2015.

Jones, Beryl Ruth, late of 24 Howard Street, Underdale, home duties, who died on 14 August 2015.

Marvell, Kenneth Maxwell, late of 333 Marion Road, North Plympton, retired storeman, who died on 29 October 2015.

Morrison, Douglas James, late of 150 Reynell Road,
Woodcroft, of no occupation, who died on
22 October 2015.

Pettersen, Joyce Kathleen, late of 511 Henley Beach Road, Fulham, retired secretary, who died on 30 June 2015.

Rankin, Doreen May, late of 11 Mawson Road, Salisbury, of no occupation, who died on 20 January 2015.

Rodley, Pamela Maud, late of 50 Kesters Road, Para Hills West, widow, who died on 24 August 2015.

Smith, Gloria Dawn, late of 345 Fullarton Road, Fullarton, of no occupation, who died on 10 November 2015.

Sutherland, Mary Frances, late of 25 Roopena Street, Ingle Farm, of no occupation, who died on 14 June 2015.

Titcomb, Norah, late of 50 Gulfview Road, Christies Beach, of no occupation, who died on 15 November 2015.

Veitch, William Foster, late of 39 Fisher Street, Myrtle Bank, retired bus driver, who died on 2 September 2015.

West, William Henry, late of 147 Frost Road, Salisbury South, of no occupation, who died on 21 July 2015.

Whittle, Patrick Clifford, late of 437 Salisbury Highway, Parafield Gardens, of no occupation, who died on
6 September 2015.

Notice is hereby given pursuant to the Trustee Act 1936, the Inheritance (Family Provision) Act 1972 and the Family Relationships Act 1975, that all creditors, beneficiaries, and other persons having claims against the said estates are required to send, in writing, to the office of Public Trustee at G.P.O. Box 1338, Adelaide, S.A. 5001, full particulars and proof of such claims, on or before the 19 February 2016, otherwise they will be excluded from the distribution of the said estate; and notice is also hereby given that all persons indebted to the said estates are required to pay the amount of their debts to the Public Trustee or proceedings will be taken for the recovery thereof; and all persons having any property belonging to the said estates are forthwith to deliver same to the Public Trustee.

Dated 21 January 2016.

D. A. Contala, Public Trustee

UNCLAIMED MONEYS ACT 1891



Register of Unclaimed Monies held by Register of Unclaimed Moneys Held by Australian Executor Trustees Limited
(ACN 007 869 794) (formerly Tower Trust Ltd and formerly Austrust Ltd) for year ended 2009


Name of Owner and Last Known Address

Total Amount
Due to Owner
$

Description of
Unclaimed Moneys

Date of
Cheque













Angela Bibbo, Unknown

154.74

Est. Randolf Douglas Payne, additional payment from Life Policy.

21.1.08

Marie Galloway, 68737 Knollwood Washington Michigan 48095 USA

8 597.01

Distribution from Estate Francis Carl Ludwig Schild 67010302. Believed to have died in USA 1950/52. No correspondence received for years.

13.8.08

Marie Galloway, 68737 Knollwood Washington Michigan 48095 USA

1 458.63

Distribution from Estate Francis Carl Ludwig Schild 67010300. Believed to have died in USA 1950/52. No correspondence received for years.

20.8.08

Gywndra Mary Hoskins, The Little Sisters of the Poor 70 Market Street Randwick NSW 2031

249.07

Distribution from Estate Francis Carl Ludwig Schild 67010300. Died in 06 April 2005.

20.8.08

Francis Giles Schild Stapleton

1 458.63

Distribution from Estate Francis Carl Ludwig Schild 67010300. Details unknown.

20.8.08

Richard Mark Hancock, 29A Edward Street Blackwood SA 5051

28.93

Beneficiary of GO Hancock. AXA distribution

6.11.08

Margaret Lorrain Ellis, 3 Kym Avenue Valley View SA 5093

59.95

Distribution from Estate MJ Boyley 67313700 unable to locate

6.2.09

Rosealie Mary Chirgwin, PO Box 55 Kingscote SA 5223

250.00

68778700 refund of memorial expenses for MB Weatherspoon Est 653785

22.5.09

Nada Joyce Estate Allen, 53 Swanport Road Murray Bridge SA

222.27

61039500 distribution from MC Allen Est 658604

22.5.09

Paul David Maloney, Unknown

173.40

C Wearne Estate—Colonial Restitution

9.12.09

Johnny Darmain, Unknown

2 532.87

L Mifsud Estate—Distribution from L Mifsud Estate

3.11.09

Osa Leino, Late of 3 Talbot Ave North Plympton SA

4 578.60

676698—A Leino Estate Distribution from Estate

31.7.09




19 764.10






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