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No. 53 3593


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, 29 AUGUST 2013



CONTENTS



Page

Appointments, Resignations, Etc. 3595

Building Work Contractors Act 1995—Notice 3597

Controlled Substances Act 1984—Notices 3603

Corporations and District Councils—Notice 3745

Development Act 1993—Notice 3603

Fisheries Management Act 2007—Notices 3603

Geographical Names Act 1991—Notice 3606

Health Care Act 2008—Notices 3607

Local Government Act 1999—Code of Conduct


[Republished] 3598

Mining Act 1971—Notice 3608

Motor Vehicles Act 1959—Notices 3609

Motor Vehicles (Conditional Registration—Recognition of


Motor Vehicle Clubs) Notices 3609

National Electricity Law—Notice 3616

National Parks and Wildlife (National Parks) Regulations
2001—Notices 3615, 3616

Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000—Notice 3616

Proclamations 3648

Page


Proof of Sunrise and Sunset Act 1923—Notice 3617

Public Trustee Office—Administration of Estates 3747



REGULATIONS

Second-hand Dealers and Pawnbrokers Act 1996—

(No. 213 of 2013) 3653

Fisheries Management Act 2007—

(No. 214 of 2013) 3664

(No. 215 of 2013) 3673

(No. 216 of 2013) 3682

(No. 217 of 2013) 3684

Public Corporations Act 1993 (No. 218 of 2013) 3686

ASER (Restructure) Act 1997 (No. 219 of 2013) 3688

Libraries Act 1982 (No. 220 of 2013) 3701

Subordinate Legislation Act 1978

(No. 221 of 2013) 3710

Mines and Works Inspection Act 1920


(No. 222 of 2013) 3715

Protection of Marine Waters (Prevention of Pollution from


Ships) Act 1987 (No. 223 of 2013) 3733

Contents—continued


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NOTICES

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than 4 p.m. on the Tuesday preceding the day of publication. Phone 8207 1045 or Fax 8207 1040. E-mail:
governmentgazette@dpc.sa.gov.au. Send as attachments in Word format and please confirm your transmission with a faxed copy of your document, including the date the notice is to be published and to whom the notice will be charged. The Government Gazette is available online at: www.governmentgazette.sa.gov.au


CONTENTS—Continued

Page
Retirement Villages Act 1987—Notices 3618

Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991—Notice 3620

Road Traffic Act 1961—Notices 3621


RULES OF COURT

Supreme Court Criminal Rules 2013

(Amendment No. 2) 3622

Supreme Court Bail Review Rules 1985

(Amendment No. 4) 3624

Supreme Court Civil Rules 2006

(Amendment No. 23) 3626

Supreme Court Criminal Appeal Rules 1996

(Amendment No. 5) 3628

Supreme Court Independent Commissioner Against

Corruption Act Rules 2013 3631

Shop Trading Hours Act 1977—Notice 3646

Survey Act 1992—Notice 3643

TAFE SA Act 2012—Notice 3638

Training and Skills Development Act 2008—
Notices 3640

[Republished] 3639

Water Mains and Sewers—Mains Laid, Replaced, Etc. 3646

Wilderness Protection Regulations 2006—Notice 3647








Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 29 August 2013

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Veterinary Surgeons Board of South Australia, pursuant to the provisions of the Veterinary Practice Act 2003:

Member: (from 1 October 2013 until 30 September 2016)

Hayley Joy McPhee

Deputy Member: (from 1 October 2013 until 30 September 2016)

Karen Anne Hunter (Deputy to McPhee)

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 29 August 2013

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Pastoral Board, pursuant to the provisions of the Pastoral Land Management and Conservation Act 1989:

Member: (from 29 August 2013 until 28 August 2016)


Geoffrey Douglas Mills

Vicki Michelle Linton

Andrew William Johnson

Douglas Gordon Lillecrapp

Julie-Ann Mould

Kathryn Jane Bellette

Deputy Member: (from 29 August 2013 until 28 August 2016)

Brenda Joan Anderson (Deputy to Mills)

Stephanie Lynn Williams (Deputy to Linton)

Gregory John Cock (Deputy to Johnson)

Ann Sharon Oldfield (Deputy to Lillecrapp)

Keith Lindsay Slade (Deputy to Mould)

Fraser James Vickery (Deputy to Bellette)

Presiding Member: (from 29 August 2013 until 28 August 2016)

Geoffrey Douglas Mills

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 29 August 2013

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Alinytjara Wilurara Natural Resources Management Board, pursuant to the provisions of the Natural Resources Management Act 2004:

Member: (from 29 August 2013 until 13 April 2016)

Gary Lewis

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 29 August 2013

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board, pursuant to the provisions of the Natural Resources Management Act 2004:

Member: (from 29 August 2013 until 13 April 2016)

Simon Ross Clark

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 29 August 2013

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the South Australian Health Practitioners Tribunal, pursuant to the provisions of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (South Australia) Act 2010:

Panel Member: (from 29 August 2013 until 28 August 2016)

Christine Carolyn Bindon

Genevieve Mary Brideson

Mandy Elizabeth Burnett

Liang Zhong Chen

Li Feng

Colin David Field



Pauline Anne Glover

Frances Margaret Hardy

Wendy Anne Harvey

Ann Theresa Lindschau

Kathryn Hilary McEwen

Cosimo Maiolo

Alison Michelle Milich

Anne Marguerite Milln

Karen Olson Osborne

Aimee Chui-Yee Patten

Christy Joan Pirone

Michael Bruce Porter

Neil Phillip Reynolds

Shelley Diane Rogers

Lynette Rose

Lesley Mary Siegloff

Carole Joy Simpson

Brendon Raymond Supple

Karleen Anne Thornton

Dina Tsiopelas

Susan Mary Waters

David John Welch

Michelle Wharton

Louise Katherine Mary Wiles

Anne Wilson

Philip John Henschke

Louise Elizabeth Denley

Julia Susan Dunstone

Peter Christopher Gaughwin

Dianne Elizabeth Gursansky

Rosemary Frances Hordern

Debra Martin Kay

Tina Namow

Susan Maree Raphael

Judith Ellen Smith

Lynda Whiteway

Christopher Paul Alderman

Katrina Ruth Allen

Lynette Joy Banner

Adrian Booth

Neale Burton

Brenda Margaret Dilettoso

Victoria Farmer

Nicholas Constantine Galatis

Naomi Meredith Haensel

Anne Christine Holliday

Margaret Ann Kirkman

Richard John Marotti

Neil Bruce Murray

David Ng


Maree Frances O’Keefe

Mark Philip William Parsons

Angela Mary Pierce

Geoffrey Russell Pitcher

Katrina Louise Plastow

Donna Theresa Riseley

David Andrew Sainsbury

Janet Fiona Scott

Bernhard Bolingbroke Stefan-Rasmus

Ian Philip Todd

Andrew Leonard Van Essen

Susan Elizabeth White

Michael Charles De Rohan

Elaine Golding

Janne Christine McMahon

William Howard Squire

Panel Member: (from 13 January 2014 until 12 January 2017)

Mark Harris Feldman

Barry Heinz Steele

Robson Lindsay Timbs

Caroline Louise Whiteford

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 29 August 2013

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the State Emergency Management Committee, pursuant to the provisions of the Emergency Management Act 2004:

Member: (from 29 August 2013 until 30 June 2016)

Bryan Alexander Fahy

David William Place

Allan Norman Holmes

Richard John Persse

Robert Morton

Deputy Member: (from 29 August 2013 until 30 June 2014)

Nicholas William Ashley (Deputy to Rowse)

Deputy Member: (from 29 August 2013 until 30 June 2015)

Sherree Lee Goldsworthy (Deputy to Hook)

Andrew Baxter Wood (Deputy to Gemmell)

Deputy Member: (from 29 August 2013 until 30 June 2016)

Grantley John Stevens (Deputy to Burns)

Bronwyn Anne Killmier (Deputy to Fahy)

Julie Kristen Frittum (Deputy to Place)

Dermot Finbar Barry (Deputy to Beattie)

John Erwin Schutz (Deputy to Holmes)

Mark Andrew Hanson (Deputy to Persse)

Karen Michelle Braunack (Deputy to Morton)

By command,

Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 29 August 2013

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Hieu Van Le as Governor’s Deputy of South Australia for the period from 12.30 p.m. on Friday, 30 August 2013 until 1 p.m. on Monday, 2 September 2013.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 29 August 2013

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the Honourable Gail Elizabeth Gago, MLC, Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, Minister for Forests, Minister for Regional Development, Minister for the Status of Women and Minister for State/Local Government Relations to be also Acting Deputy Premier for the period from 31 August 2013 to 7 September 2013 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable John Robert Rau, MP.

By command,

Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 29 August 2013

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the Honourable Tom Koutsantonis, MP, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Minister for Mineral
Resources and Energy and Minister for Housing and Urban Development to be also Acting Attorney-General, Acting Minister
for Planning, Acting Minister for Industrial Relations and Acting Minister for Business Services and Consumers for the period from 31 August 2013 to 7 September 2013, inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable John Robert Rau, MP.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 29 August 2013

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 29 August 2013 and expiring on 28 August 2023, 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 3 months of the date of appointment, pursuant to Section 4 of the Justices of the Peace Act 2005:

Simon Bruce Barlow

Sandra Barnes

Jane Bean

Kay Behsmann

Julie Ann Binns

Harold Mark Boyd

Heidi Boyd

Denise Caroline Brown

David Stanley Carver

Michael David Connell

Mandy Joy Coote

Stephen Norman Daly

Kim Phuong Dinh

Francesca Jane Dunn

Joanne Edwards

Annabelle Yvonne Feldberg

Ronald Francis Fredericks

Elizabeth Margaret Giles

Amy Elizabeth Grantham

Raymond Grummett

Kerry James Hammill

Sally Ann Harry

Ian Michael Edward Haylock

Kate Lynne Hook

Trent Jenkins

Lucas William Jones

Martin Bryan Charles Kennison

Jacqueline Gail Kilby

Gregory Patrick Marshall

Julianne Martinella

Keiran Thomas McPhee

Shirley Mulhern

Kevin Francis Nosworthy

Holly Emma Parker

Anne Balfour Poel

Paul Lesley Powell

Ilia Rostami

Geoffrey Robert Rowett

Gordon Peter James Russell

Nicholas James Michael Ruygrok

Lynne Marie Savage

Satish Shah

Gregory Warren Smith

Theresa Mary Swiggs

Santi Ram Upadhaya Dhakal

Vitalia Magdalena Vega

Brett Michael Whitford

Edwin Leslie Wilson

Joy Woodhouse

Bonni Yeatman

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 29 August 2013

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to confirm the amendment to By-Law 7—Trespass, of the University of Adelaide By-Laws approved by the Council of the Adelaide University on 29 July 2013, pursuant to Section 23 (3a) of the University of Adelaide Act 1971.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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BUILDING WORK CONTRACTORS ACT 1995



Exemption

TAKE notice that, pursuant to Section 45 of the Building Work Contractors Act 1995, I, Paul White, Commissioner for Consumer Affairs, do hereby exempt the licensee named in Schedule 1 from the application of Division 3 of Part 5 of the above Act in relation to domestic building work described in Schedule 2 and subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 3.

Schedule 1

Maylands Plumbing & Construction Pty Ltd (BLD 50758).

Schedule 2

Extensions to the house that is to be the family residence of Tony Mascolo and Anna Mascolo, on land situated at 307 Esplanade, Aldinga Beach, S.A. 5173 (Allotment 23 in Deposited Plan 6325 in the area named Aldinga Beach, Hundred of Willunga (Certificate of Title Volume 5184, Folio 842)).

Schedule 3

1. This exemption is limited to domestic building work personally performed by the licensee in relation to extensions to the house that is to be the family residence of Tony Mascolo (director of Maylands Plumbing & Constructions Pty Ltd) and Anna Mascolo, on land situated at 307 Esplanade, Aldinga Beach, S.A. 5173 (Allotment 23 in Deposited Plan 6325 in the area named Aldinga Beach, Hundred of Willunga (Certificate of Title Volume 5184, Folio 842)).

2. This exemption does not apply to any domestic building work the licensee sub-contracts to another building work contractor, for which that contractor is required by law to hold building indem-nity insurance.

3. That Tony Mascolo (as director for the licensee) and Anna Mascolo do not transfer their interests in the land prior to five years from the date of completion of the building work the subject of this exemption, without the prior authorisation of the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs. Before giving such authorisation, the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs may require the licensee to take any reasonable steps to protect the future purchaser(s) of the property, including but not limited to:

• Providing evidence that an adequate policy of building indemnity insurance is in force to cover the balance of the five-year period from the date of completion of the building work the subject of this exemption;

• Providing evidence of an independent expert inspection of the building work the subject of this exemption;

• Making an independent expert report available to prospective purchasers of the property; and

• Giving prospective purchasers of the property notice of the absence of a policy of building indemnity insurance.

Dated 26 August 2013.

P. White, Commissioner for Consumer Affairs, delegate for the Minister for Business Services and Consumers

Ref: 610/13-00047


[Republished]

IN Government Gazette No. 52 dated 22 August 2013, page 3536, due to typographical error appearing on page 3538, under the heading ‘Gifts and benefits’ 3.7.8 should have been 3.7.3, is being replaced by this notice hereunder:

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS

Local Government Act 1999: Section 63 (1)

NOTICE under Clause 3.10 of the Code of Conduct for Council Members published by the Minister for Planning for the purposes of Section 63 (1) of the Local Government Act 1999.

For the purposes of Clause 3.10 of the Code of Conduct for Council Members adopted for the purposes of Section 63 (1) of the Local Government Act 1999 and published in the Gazette on the day on which this Notice is made, the value of $100 is specified.

Dated 18 August 2013.



John Rau, Deputy Premier, Minister for Planning
Code of Conduct for Council Members

Published by the Minister for Planning for the purposes of Section 63 (1) of the
Local Government Act 1999.


This Code of Conduct is to be observed by all Council members.

Council members must comply with the provisions of this Code in carrying out their functions as public officials. It is the personal responsibility of Council members to ensure that they are familiar with, and comply with, the standards in the Code at all times.



PART 1—PRINCIPLES

1. Higher principles—Overarching Statement



This part does not constitute separate enforceable standards of conduct.

Council members in South Australia have a commitment to serve the best interests of the people within the community they represent and to discharge their duties conscientiously, to the best of their ability, and for public, not private, benefit at all times.

Council members will work together constructively as a Council and will uphold the values of honesty, integrity, accountability and transparency, and in turn, foster community confidence and trust in Local Government.

As representatives of open, responsive and accountable government, Council members are committed to considering all relevant information and opinions, giving each due weight, in line with the Council’s community consultation obligations.

In the performance of their role, Council members will take account of the diverse current and future needs of the local community in decision-making, provide leadership and promote the interests of the Council.

Council members will make every endeavour to ensure that they have current knowledge of both statutory requirements and best practice relevant to their position. All Councils are expected to provide training and education opportunities that will assist members to meet their responsibilities under the Local Government Act 1999.

Council members will comply with all legislative requirements of their role and abide by this Code of Conduct.

PART 2—BEHAVIOURAL CODE

2. Behavioural Code

In line with ‘Part 1—Higher Principles’ of this Code, the following behaviour is considered essential to upholding the principles of good governance in Councils.

This Part is for the management of the conduct of Council members that does not meet the reasonable community expectations of the conduct of Council members. It deals with conduct that does not, and is not likely to, constitute a breach of Part 3—Misconduct or criminal matters such as those contained in the Appendix to this document.

Robust debate within Councils that is conducted in a respectful manner is not a breach of this Part.

It is intended that each Council will adopt a process for the handling of alleged breaches of this Part. This process will be reviewed within 12 months of a general Local Government election.

Council members must:

General behaviour

2.1 Show commitment and discharge duties conscientiously.

2.2 Act in a way that generates community trust and confidence in the Council.

2.3 Act in a reasonable, just, respectful and non-discriminatory way when dealing with people.

2.4 Show respect for others if making comments publicly.

2.5 Ensure that personal comments to the media or other public comments, on Council decisions and other matters, clearly indicate that it is a private view, and not that of the Council.



Responsibilities as a member of Council

2.6 Comply with all Council policies, codes and resolutions.

2.7 Deal with information received in their capacity as Council members in a responsible manner.

2.8 Endeavour to provide accurate information to the Council and to the public at all times.



Relationship with fellow Council Members

2.9 Endeavour to establish and maintain a respectful relationship with all Council members, regardless of differences of views and opinions.

2.10 Not bully or harass other Council members.

Relationship with Council staff

2.11 Not bully or harass Council staff.

2.12 Direct all requests for information from the Council administration to the Council’s Chief Executive Officer or nominated delegate/s.

2.13 Direct all requests for work or actions by Council staff to the Council’s Chief Executive Officer or nominated delegate/s.

2.14 Refrain from directing or influencing Council staff with respect to the way in which these employees perform their duties.

Requirement to report breach of Part 3

2.15 A Council member who is of the opinion that a breach of Part 3 of this Code (Misconduct)— has occurred, or is currently occurring, must report the breach to the Principal Member of the Council or Chief Executive Officer, the Ombudsman or the Office for Public Integrity.

2.16 A failure to report an alleged or suspected breach of Part 3 of this Code is in itself a breach under this Part (Behavioural Code).

Complaints

2.17 Any person may make a complaint about a Council member under the Behavioural Code.

2.18 Complaints about behaviour alleged to have breached the Behavioural Code should be brought to the attention of the Principal Member or Chief Executive Officer of the Council, or nominated delegate/s.

2.19 A complaint may be investigated and resolved in any manner which that Council deems appropriate in its process for handling alleged breaches of this Part. This can include, but is not limited to: a mediator or conciliator, the Local Government Governance Panel, a regional governance panel or an independent investigator.

2.20 A complaint may be considered within this process to be trivial, vexatious or frivolous, and accordingly not investigated.

2.21 A failure of a Council member to cooperate with the Council’s process for handling alleged breaches of this Part may be referred for investigation under Part 3.

2.22 A failure of a Council member to comply with a finding of an investigation under this Part, adopted by the Council, may be referred for investigation under Part 3.

2.23 Repeated or sustained breaches of this Part by the same Council member may be referred, by resolution of the Council, to the relevant authority as a breach of Part 3.

2.24 A breach of the Behavioural Code must be the subject of a report to a public meeting of the Council.

Findings

2.25 If, following investigation under the Council’s complaints handling process, a breach of the Behavioural Code by a Council member is found, the Council may, by resolution:

2.25.1 Take no action;

2.25.2 Pass a censure motion in respect of the Council member;

2.25.3 Request a public apology, whether written or verbal;

2.25.4 Request the Council member to attend training on the specific topic found to have been breached;

2.25.5 Resolve to remove or suspend the Council member from a position within the Council (not including the member’s elected position on Council);

2.25.6 Request the member to repay monies to the Council.



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