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PART 3—MISCONDUCT

3. Misconduct

Failure by a Council member to comply with this Part constitutes misconduct. The provisions within this Part may refer to statutory matters under the Local Government Act 1999. Any breach of these provisions will be investigated under that legislation.

Any person may report an alleged breach of this Part to the Council, the Ombudsman, the Electoral Commissioner (for alleged breaches of Code 3.8) or the Office for Public Integrity. Alleged breaches of this Part made to a Council or to the Office for Public Integrity may be referred to the Ombudsman for investigation under Section 263 of the Local Government Act 1999, by the Council’s Chief Executive Officer or by the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, where he or she so determines.

A report from the Ombudsman that finds a Council member has breached this Part (Misconduct) of the Code of Conduct must be provided to a public meeting of the Council. The Council must pass resolutions, that give effect to any recommendations received from the Ombudsman, within two ordinary meetings of the Council following the receipt of these recommendations.

An investigation under Part 3 of this Code does not preclude an investigation being launched as a potential breach of the criminal matters listed in the Appendix to this document.

Member duties

Council members must:

3.1 Act honestly at all times in the performance and discharge of their official functions and duties;

3.2 Perform and discharge their official functions and duties with reasonable care and diligence at all times;

3.3 Not release or divulge information that the Council has ordered be kept confidential, or that the Council member should reasonably know is information that is confidential, including information that is considered by Council in confidence;

3.4 Not exercise or perform, or purport to exercise or perform, a power, duty or function that he or she is not authorised to exercise or perform;

3.5 Not attempt to improperly direct a member of Council staff to act in their capacity as a Local Government employee for an unauthorised purpose;

3.6 Ensure that relationships with external parties cannot amount to interference by improper influence, affecting judgement, decisions and/or actions.



Gifts and benefits

3.7 Council members must not:

3.7.1 Seek gifts or benefits of any kind;

3.7.2 Accept any gift or benefit that may create a sense of obligation on their part or may be perceived to be intended or likely to influence them in carrying out their public duty;

3.7.3 Accept any gift or benefit from any person who is in, or who seeks to be in, any contractual relationship with the Council.

3.8 Notwithstanding Code 3.7, Council members may accept campaign donations as provided for in the Local Government (Elections) Act 1999.

3.9 Notwithstanding Code 3.7.3, Council members may accept hospitality provided in the context of performing their duties, including:

3.9.1 Free or subsidised meals, beverages or refreshments of reasonable value provided in conjunction with:

3.9.1.2 Council work related events such as training, education sessions workshops and conferences;

3.9.1.3 Council functions or events;

3.9.1.4 Social functions organised by groups such as Council committees and community organisations.

3.9.2 Invitations to, and attendance at, local social, cultural or sporting events.

3.10 Where Council members receive a gift or benefit of more than a value published in the Government Gazette by the Minister from time to time, details of each gift or benefit must be recorded within a gifts and benefits register maintained and updated quarterly by the Council’s Chief Executive Officer. This register must be made available for inspection at the principal office of the Council and on the Council website.

Register of Interests

3.11 Council members must lodge with the Council a complete and accurate primary return of their interests, and subsequent ordinary returns, as required by legislation.



Campaign donation returns

3.12 Council members must ensure that following each election an accurate campaign donation return is provided to the Chief Executive Officer of the Council as required by legislation.



Conflict of interest

3.13 Council members must be committed to making decisions without bias and in the best interests of the whole community and comply with the relevant conflict of interest provisions of the Local Government Act 1999.



Misuse of Council resources

3.14 Council members using Council resources must do so effectively and prudently.

3.15 Council members must not use Council resources, including services of Council staff, for private purposes, unless legally or properly authorised to do so, and payments are made where appropriate.

3.16 Council members must not use public funds or resources in a manner that is irregular or unauthorised.



Repeated or sustained breaches of Part 2

3.17 At the discretion of the Council to which the member is elected, repeated or sustained inappropriate behaviour, as listed in Part 2, may be escalated to an allegation of misconduct under this Part.

3.18 A failure to comply with a finding of inappropriate behaviour (by the Council, independent investigator or Ombudsman) under Part 2 is also grounds for a complaint under this Part.

APPENDIX—CRIMINAL MATTERS

The matters within this Appendix are matters for which a criminal penalty attaches. As separate legislation operates to cover such conduct, this part does not form part of the Code of Conduct for Council Members.

Allegations of conduct breaching these matters will be investigated in accordance with the legislation governing that conduct and they are included within this document only in order to provide a complete overview of the standards of conduct and behaviour expected of Council members.

Alleged breaches of matters outlined in this Appendix should be reported to the Office for Public Integrity in the first instance.



Breaches of the Local Government Act 1999

Member duties

A member of a Council must not, whether within or outside the State, make improper use of information acquired by virtue of his or her position as a member of the Council to gain, directly or indirectly, an advantage for himself or herself or for another person or to cause detriment to the Council (Section 62 (3)).

A member of a Council must not, whether within or outside the State, make improper use of his or her position as a member of the Council to gain, directly or indirectly, an advantage for himself or herself or for another person or to cause detriment to the Council (Section 62 (4)).

Provision of false information

A member of a Council who submits a return under Chapter 5 Part 4 (Register of interest) and Schedule 3 of the Local Government Act 1999, that is to the knowledge of the member, false or misleading in a material particular (whether by reason of information included in or omitted from the return) is guilty of an offence (Section 69).



Restrictions on publication of information from Register of Interests

A Council member must not publish information, or authorise publication of information, derived from a Register unless the information constitutes a fair and accurate summary of the information contained in the Register, and is published in the public interest, or comment on the facts set forth in a Register, unless the comment is fair and published in the public interest and without malice (Section 71).



Breaches of other Acts

Acting in his or her capacity as a public officer, a Council member shall not engage in conduct, whether within or outside the state, that constitutes corruption in public administration as defined by Section 5 of the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Act 2012, including:

An offence against Part 7 Division 4 (Offences relating to public officers) of the Criminal Law Consolidation Act 1935, which includes the following offences:

• bribery or corruption of public officers;

• threats or reprisals against public officers;

• abuse of public office;

• demanding or requiring benefit on basis of public office;

• offences relating to appointment to public office.

Any other offence, including an offence against Part 5 (Offences of dishonesty) of the Criminal Law Consolidation Act 1935, committed by a public officer while acting in his or her capacity as a public officer, or by a former public officer and related to his or her former capacity as a public officer, or by a person before becoming a public officer and related to his or her capacity as a public officer, or to an attempt to commit such an offence.

Any of the following in relation to an offence referred to in a preceding paragraph:

• aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring the commission of the offence;

• inducing, whether by threats or promises or otherwise, the commission of the offence;

• being in any way, directly or indirectly, knowingly concerned in, or party to, the commission of the offence;

• conspiring with others to effect the commission of the offence.

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT 1984

Erratum


Prohibition Order

IN Government Gazette No. 51, dated Thursday, 15 August 2013, a notice under the Controlled Substances Act 1984, appearing on page 3487 contained some errors. The notice should be replaced with the following:

TAKE notice that on 29 July 2013, I, Dr Stephen Christley, Chief Public Health Officer and Executive Director, Public Health and Clinical Systems, Department for Health and Ageing made an order under Section 57 (1) (c) of the Controlled Substances Act 1984. The order was served on Ms Tracey Whitton on 6 August 2013, and took effect on that date. Pursuant to Section 57 (3) of the Controlled Substances Act 1984, the order is published as follows:

Order

Under Section 57 Controlled Substances Act 1984

I, Dr Stephen Christley, Chief Public Health Officer and Executive Director, Public Health and Clinical Systems, Department for Health and Ageing, having formed the opinion that Ms Tracey Whitton has administered a prescription drug in an irresponsible manner, hereby exercise the power delegated by the Minister for Mental Health and Substance Abuse under Section 62A of the Controlled Substances Act 1984 (SA), and make the following order under Section 57 (1) (c) of the Act.

Ms Tracey Whitton,

Date of birth: 30 April 1976,

is prohibited from supplying, administering, using or having possession of the following substances or class of substances:

• a drug of dependence as declared by Regulation 7 of the Controlled Substances (Poisons) Regulations 2011, pursuant to Section 12 (3) of the Controlled Substances Act 1984, namely any poison listed in Schedule 8 of the Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons as published and amended by the Secretary to the Department of Health and Ageing under the Commonwealth’s Therapeutic Goods Act 1989;

• prescription drugs that contain codeine or dextropropoxyphene; and

• benzodiazepines.

This order does not apply to any of the above substances, drugs or class of drugs lawfully supplied or prescribed for the treatment of Tracey Whitton by a registered health practitioner or by a veterinary surgeon for administration to an animal in Ms Whitton’s care.

Dated 29 July 2013.

Dr Stephen Christley, Delegate for the Minister for Mental Health and Substance Abuse

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT, 1984



Order

TAKE notice that on 17 August 2013, I, Dr Stephen Christley, Chief Public Health Officer and Executive Director, Public Health and Clinical Systems, Department for Health and Ageing, made an order under Section 57 (1) (c) of the Controlled Substances Act 1984. The order was served on Dr David John Bertram on 20 August 2013, and took effect on that date.

Pursuant to Section 57 (3) of the Controlled Substances Act 1984, the order is published as follows:

Order

Under Section 57 Controlled Substances Act 1984

I, Dr Stephen Christley, Chief Public Health Officer and Executive Director, Public Health and Clinical Systems, Department for Health and Ageing, having formed the opinion that Dr David John Bertram has prescribed prescriptions drug in an irresponsible manner, exercise the authority delegated by the Minister for Mental Health and Substance Abuse under Section 62A of the Controlled Substances Act 1984 (SA), and make the following order under Section 57 (1) (c) of the Act.

Dr David John Bertram,

Date of birth 17 January 1958,

is prohibited from supplying, prescribing, administering or having possession of the following substances or class of substances:

• opioid drugs that are drugs of dependence as declared by Regulation 7 of the Controlled Substances (Poisons) Regulations 2011, pursuant to Section 12 (3) of the Controlled Substances Act 1984, namely any poison that is an opioid and listed in Schedule 8 of the Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons as published and amended by the Secretary to the Department of Health and Ageing under the Commonwealth’s Therapeutic Goods Act 1989.

This order does not apply to any of the above substances, drugs or class of drugs lawfully supplied or prescribed for the treatment of Dr David John Bertram by a registered health practitioner or by a veterinary surgeon for administration to an animal in Dr Bertram’s care.

Dated 17 August 2013.

Dr Stephen Christley, Delegate for the Minister for Mental Health and Substance Abuse

DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993, SECTION 25 (17): DISTRICT COUNCIL OF MALLALA—TWO WELLS RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN AMENDMENT



Preamble

1. The Two Wells Residential Development Plan Amendment (the Amendment) by the District Council of Mallala has been finalised in accordance with the provisions of the Development Act 1993.

2. The Minister for Planning, Honourable John Rau has decided to approve the Amendment.

Notice


PURSUANT to Section 25 of the Development Act 1993, I—

(a) approve the Amendment; and

(b) fix the day on which this notice is published in the Gazette as the day on which the Amendment will come into operation.

Dated 19 August 2013.



John Rau, Minister for Planning

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 115

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 115 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, Leslie Morrison, current university staff and current post graduate students of the School of Biological Sciences at Flinders University, Sturt Road, Bedford Park (the ‘exemption holders’) are exempt from Sections 70 and 71 (2) of the Fisheries Management Act 2007 and Schedule 6 of the Fisheries Management (General) Regulations 2007, but only insofar as they may engage in the activities specified in Schedule 1, using the gear specified in Schedule 2, (the ‘exempted activity’), subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 3, from 23 August 2013 until 23 August 2014, unless varied or revoked earlier.

Schedule 1

1. The collection of aquatic organisms from all waters of South Australia, including the River Murray Protection Area, but excluding Aquatic Reserves, Marine Parks and the Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary.

Schedule 2

2.1 Two hauling nets with a mesh size not less than 5 mm, or not exceeding 1 m in depth with a rope length not exceeding 50 m.

2.2 Five drop nets.

2.3 Two plankton nets where each net is a funnel shaped, fine-meshed net that is towed through the water to collect plankton with a diameter not exceeding 1 m, depth not exceeding 1.6 m and mesh size not exceeding 38 mm.

2.4 Two funnel nets—6 m long and 0.5 cm mesh size.

Schedule 3

3.1 The specimens collected by the exemption holder are for scientific, education and research purposes only and must not be sold. Any unwanted specimens must be returned to the water immediately.

3.2 All protected species incidentally taken while undertaking the exempted activity may be measured and recorded and must be returned to the water as soon as reasonably practicable. Protected Species must not be retained.

3.3 The exemption holder must not collect specimens for aquaculture research purposes pursuant to this notice.

3.4 Organisms collected pursuant to this notice must not be released once they have been kept separate to their natural environment at the University.

3.5 At least one hour before conducting the exempted activity, the exemption holder must contact PIRSA Fishwatch on 1800 065 522 and answer a series of questions about the exempted activity. The exemption holder will need to have a copy of this notice in their possession 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/or boats involved, the number of permit holders undertaking the exempted activity and other related questions. Exemption No. 9902638.

3.6 The exemption holder must provide a report in writing detailing the activities carried out pursuant to this notice to the Executive Director, Fisheries and Aquaculture, G.P.O. Box 1625, Adelaide, S.A. 5001 by 31 July 2014, with the following details:

• the date and location of sampling;

• the gear used;

• the number and description of all species collected;

• any interaction with protected species and marine mammals; and

• any other information regarding size, breeding or anything deemed relevant or of interest that is able to be volunteered.

3.7 Failure to submit a report as per Condition 3.6 may result in further exemptions not being supported.

3.8 While engaged in the exempted activity, the exemption holder must be in possession of a signed copy of this notice and carry their identification card issued by Flinders University. Such notice and identification must be produced to a PIRSA Fisheries Officer if requested.

3.9 The exemption holders 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 22 August 2013.



Professor M. Doroudi, Director of Fisheries

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 115

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 115 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, Thierry Laperousaz, Dr Rachael King and Dr Andrea Crowther from the Division of Biologial Science, South Australian Museum, North Terrace, Adelaide, S.A. 5000 (the ‘exemption holder’) or a person, being an employee of the South Australian Museum, acting as their agent, are exempt from the provisions of Section 70 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007 and Regulation 7, Clauses 72 and 118 of Schedule 6 of the Fisheries Management (General) Regulations 2007, but only insofar as the exemption holders may collect aquatic organisms from the waters described in Schedule 1, using the gear specified in Schedule 2 (the ‘exempted activity’), subject to the conditions set out in Schedule 3, from 1 September 2013 until 31 August 2014, unless varied or revoked earlier.

Schedule 1

South Australia coastal waters including intertidal rocky reefs but excluding Aquatic Reserves, Marine Parks and the waters of the Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary.

Schedule 2

• 3 hoop nets.

• 5 shrimp traps.

• 3 octopus pots.

• 2 dab nets.

• 1 mussel dredge.

• 2 plankton nets.

• 1 hand spear per person.

• 1 spear gun per person.

Schedule 3

1. The specimens collected by the exemption holders are to be used for scientific purposes only and must not be sold.

2. The exempted activity may only involve the collection of marine invertebrates.

3. A maximum of three people, including the exemption holder, may undertake the exempted activity at any one time as an agent under this exemption.

4. Before conducting the exempted activity, the exemption holder must contact PIRSA Fishwatch on 1800 065 522 and answer a series of questions about the exempted activity.
The exemption holder or agent 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 issues. Exemption No. 9902637.

5. Within 14 days of each collection of organisms pursuant to this notice, the exemption holder must provide a report in writing to the Executive Director, Fisheries and Aquaculture (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; and

• the number of each species collected.

6. While engaged in the exempted activity, the exemption holders and their agents must be in possession of a copy of this notice. Such notice must be produced to a Fisheries Officer if requested.

7. The exemption holder 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 22 August 2013.



Professor M. Doroudi, Director of Fisheries

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 115

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 115 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, Steve Clarke of the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, 11 Helen Street, Mount Gambier, S.A. 5290, (the ‘exemption holder’) or a person acting as his agent, is exempt from the provision of Sections
72 (2) (b) of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, but only in so far as the exemption holder may be in possession or control of protected fish species specified in Schedule 1 (the ‘exempted activity’), subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 2, from 23 August 2013 until 23 August 2014, unless varied or revoked earlier.

Schedule 1

Scalefish of any species of Nannoperca.

Schedule 2

1. The fish species may only be held at the following locations:

Kingston Community College and

Millicent High School.

2. Fish species held pursuant to this exemption must not be sold or traded.

3. Protected native fish species retained in condition 1 must not be relocated without the written approval of the Executive Director Fisheries and Aquaculture.

4. The exemption holder must provide a written report detailing the location and estimated number of all fish held pursuant to this notice, and any mortalities during that period to the Executive Director, Fisheries and Aquaculture, (G.P.O. Box 1625, Adelaide, S.A. 5001) within 14 days of the expiry of this notice.

5. While engaged in the exempted activity, the exemption holder must be in possession of a copy of this exemption notice (9902632) and this exemption must be produced to a Fisheries Officer immediately upon request.

6. The exemption holder 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 22 August 2013.

Professor M. Doroudi, Director of Fisheries
FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 115

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 115 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, Andrew N. Wright of Calypso Star Charters Pty Ltd, Unit 3, 10 South Quay Boulevard, Port Lincoln, S.A. 5606 (the ‘exemption holder’) is exempt from Section 71 (2) of the Fisheries Management Act 2007 and Regulation 23 of the Fisheries Management (General) Regulations 2007, but only insofar as the exemption holder shall not be guilty of an offence when using blood, bone, meat, offal or skin of an animal as berley to attract White Sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) for the purpose of authorised cage viewing activities in the waters described in Schedule 1 (the ‘exempted activity’), subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 2, from 27 August 2013 until 30 June 2014, or unless this exemption is varied or revoked.

Schedule 1

The waters of the Neptune Islands Group (Ron and Valerie Taylor) Marine Park.

Schedule 2

1. The exemption holder or the nominated agents listed below must be on board the boat from which the exempted activity is undertaken. The nominated agents of the exemption holder are Simon James and Daniel Harvey.

2. All passengers when receiving their instructions at their initial briefing must be provided with a ‘Notice to Passengers’ letter (attached).

3. All berley used while conducting the exempted activity must consist of fish based products only. All berley (other than fish oil) must be stored below a maximum temperature of 4C.

4. The exemption holder or his agents must take all measures to avoid any berley or fish oil from being dispersed near or over the submerged viewing cages while divers are in the cage.

5. The exemption holders or their agents must not deliberately goad, provoke or encourage a White Shark in an attempt to change its normal behaviour by undertaking the exempted activity (including deliberately attempting to have the White Shark jump out of the water), and must not permit any person to touch a White Shark, unless this activity is required for research purposes.

6. When using bait as an attractant for the shark, the bait must be attached to a length of rope by natural fibre twine of no less than 30 cm in length.

7. The exemption holder or his agents must not intentionally feed sharks or reward sharks with food.

8. The exemption holder must notify PIRSA Fishwatch on
1800 065 522 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. 9902646.

9. The exemption holder or his agents must allow an officer of the Department for Environment, Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR), a Fisheries Officer or another nominated person to be


present on board the boat during the exempted activity if requested by the Executive Director Fisheries and Aquaculture, subject to the availability of space.

10. The exemption holder or his agents must comply with all instructions (including ceasing to berley if so instructed) given by an officer from DEWNR, a Fisheries Officer or another nominated person.

11. While engaged in the exempted activity the exemption holder or his agents must have in their possession a copy of this notice and produce a copy of the notice if required by a Fisheries Officer.

12. The exemption holder or his agents must not contravene or fail to comply with the Fisheries Management Act 2007, or any regulations made under the Act, except where specifically exempted by this notice.

Dated 26 August 2013.

Professor M. Doroudi, Director of Fisheries

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 115

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 115 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, Garry Warrick of River Fishery Licence R27 (the ‘exemption holder’) is exempt from Section 70 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007 and Regulation 7, Clauses 6, 72 and 121 of Schedule 6 and Schedule 7 of the Fisheries Management (General) Regulations 2007, but only insofar as the exemption holder shall not be guilty of an offence when emptying the ‘Carp separation cage’ located at Lock 1, Blanchetown, and Lock 3, Overland Corner on the River Murray (the ‘exempted activity’), subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 1, from 27 August 2013 until 27 August 2014, unless varied or revoked earlier.

Schedule 1

1. The exemption holder may only take and retain European Carp (Family Cyprinidae) and non-native species when undertaking the exempted activity.

2. Non-native species must not be returned to the water and must be disposed of appropriately.

3. The exemption holder may use Damien Wilksch (River Fishery Licence R03) to assist in the exempted activity.

4. All non-native species captured in Carp separation cages by the exemption holder or Damien Wilksch (River Fishery Licence R03) must be recorded in the catch and return logbook of that licence holder.

5. All native species captured in Carp separation cages by the exemption holder or Damien Wilksch (River Fishery Licence R03) must be recorded in the by-catch logbook of that licence holder.

6. Any native species taken in the course of the exempted activity must be returned to the water immediately.

7. While engaged in the exempted activity the exemption holder must have in his possession a copy of this notice and produce a copy of the notice if required by a Fisheries Officer. Exemption No. 9902644.

The exemption holder must notify PIRSA Fishwatch on 1800 065 522 at least two hours prior to conducting the exempted activity and answer a series of questions about the exempted activity. The exemption holders 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, and other related questions.

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

Dated 26 August 2013.



Professor M. Doroudi, Director of Fisheries

GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES ACT 1991



Notice to Alter Boundaries of Places

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Section 11B (5) of the Geographical Names Act 1991, that I, Michael Burdett, Surveyor-General and Delegate appointed by Tom Koutsantonis, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Minister of the Crown to whom the administration of the Geographical Names Act 1991, is committed DO HEREBY alter the following boundaries as listed in the Schedule below.

The Schedule

Description

File Reference

Date of Approval










Move the rural locality boundary of Norton Summit to the centre line of Marble Hill Road so that the whole of Deposited Plan 92050 is within Norton Summit.

DPTI 2013/17406/01

26 August 2013

The altered boundary can be viewed shortly on the Land Services Property Location Browser (PLB) website at:



www.sa.gov.au/landservices/namingproposals or by contacting the Geographical Name Unit, DPTI on (08) 8204 8539.

M. Burdett, Surveyor-General, Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

HEALTH CARE ACT 2008

Notice by the Minister

Declaration of Authorised Quality Improvement Activity and Authorised Person under Section 64

TAKE notice that I, Jack Snelling, Minister for Health and Ageing, pursuant to Sections 64 (1) (a) (i) and (b) (i) do hereby:

DECLARE the Activities described in the Schedule to this Declaration (the Activities) to be authorised quality improvement activities to which Part 7 of the Act applies.

DECLARE the Person or group of Persons (including a group formed as a Committee) described in the Schedule to this Declaration (the Persons) to be an authorised entity for the purposes of carrying out the authorised quality improvement activities to which Part 7 of the Act applies,

being satisfied that:

(a) the performance of the activities within the ambit of the Declaration and the functions or activities of the person or group of persons within the ambit of the Declaration, would be facilitated by the making of the Declaration; and

(b) that the making of the declaration is in the public interest.

Dated 19 August 2013.



Jack Snelling, Minister for Health and Ageing

Schedule


Declaration of Authorised Quality Improvement Activity and Authorised Person under Section 64

Activity

Person or Group of Persons

Anaesthetic Mortality Quality Improvement

South Australian Anaesthetics Mortality Committee

HEALTH CARE ACT 2008

Notice by the Minister

Declaration of Authorised Research Activity and Authorised Person under Section 64

TAKE notice that I, Jack Snelling, Minister for Health and Ageing, pursuant to Sections 64 (1) (a) (ii) and (b) (ii) do hereby:

DECLARE the Activities described in the Schedule to this Declaration (the Activities) to be authorised research activities to which Part 7 of the Act applies.

DECLARE the Person or group of Persons (including a group formed as a Committee) described in the Schedule to this Declaration (the Persons) to be an authorised entity for the purposes of carrying out the authorised research activities to which Part 7 of the Act applies,

being satisfied that:

(a) the performance of the activities within the ambit of the Declaration and the functions or activities of the person or group of persons within the ambit of the Declaration, would be facilitated by the making of the Declaration; and

(b) that the making of the declaration is in the public interest.

Dated 19 August 2013.



Jack Snelling, Minister for Health and Ageing

Schedule


Declaration of Authorised Research Activity and Authorised Person under Section 64

Activity

Person or Group of Persons

Birth Defects Register

The South Australian Birth Defects Register
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