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No. 10 685


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, 5 FEBRUARY 2015



CONTENTS


Page

Appointments, Resignations, Etc. 686

Associations Incorporation Act 1985—Notice 686

Boxing and Martial Arts Act 2000—Notices 687

Conveyancers Act 1994—Notice 687

Corporations and District Councils—Notices 710

Development Act 1993—Notices 690

Electoral Act 1985—Notice 690

Fisheries Management Act 2007—Notice 690

Mining Act 1971—Notices 690

National Electricity Law—Notice 691

National Gas Law—Notice 691

National Parks and Wildlife (National Parks) Regulations
2001—Notice 692

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Oaths Act 1936—Notice 692

Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000—


Notice 692

Public Sector (Reorganisation of Public Sector Operations)


Notice 2015 693

Public Trustee Office—Administration of Estates 711

Road Traffic Act 1961—Notice 698

Safe Drinking Water Act 2011—Notice 698

Training and Skills Development Act 2008—
Notice 699

Transport, Department of—Notices to Mariners 697

Treasurer’s Quarterly Statement 701

Unclaimed Moneys Act 1891—Notices 712





GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NOTICES

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 5 February 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Legal Services Commission, pursuant to the provisions of the Legal Services Commission Act 1977:

Member: (from 5 February 2015 until 4 February 2018)

Craig James Caldicott

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 5 February 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Adelaide Festival Centre Trust, pursuant to the provisions of the Adelaide Festival Centre Trust Act 1971:

Member: (from 5 February 2015 until 23 April 2017)

Susan Margaret Clearihan

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 5 February 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Safework SA Advisory Council, pursuant to the provisions of the Work Health and Safety Act 2012:

Member: (from 9 February 2015 until 30 June 2015)

Belinda Jane Grant

David Thompson

Joseph Karl Szakacs

Donald Blairs

By command,

Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 5 February 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Patricia Marjorie Christie to act as the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption for a term commencing on 2 March 2015 and expiring on 22 March 2015, pursuant to Section 11 of the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Act 2012.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 5 February 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Aaron Robert Groves to the position of Chief Psychiatrist, for a term of 5 years commencing on 16 February 2015 and expiring on 15 February 2020, pursuant to Section 89 of the Mental Health Act 2009.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

HEAC-2015-00007

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 5 February 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the people listed to the position of Community Visitor for a period of three years commencing on 5 February 2015 and expiring on 4 February 2018, pursuant to the provisions of the Mental Health Act 2009:

• Ingrid Lily Davies

• Gail Robyn Stubberfield

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

HEAC-2014-00089

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 5 February 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Carolyn Anne Sladden as Aide to the Governor of South Australia for a term of five years commencing on 9 February 2015 and expiring on 8 February 2020, pursuant to the provisions of the Constitution Act 1934.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 5 February 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the people listed to the position of Deputy Registrar of the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal for a term of five years commencing on 16 March 2015 and expiring on 15 March 2020, pursuant to the provisions of the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2013:

• Melana Virgo

• Lee-Ann Lillyman

• Christopher James Wallace Byron-Scott

• Michele Carolyn Player-Brown

• Wendy Jill Wakefield

By command,

Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 5 February 2015

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Kathleen Patricia McEvoy as a sessional Ordinary Member of the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal for a term of five years commencing on
5 February 2015 and expiring on 4 February 2020, pursuant to the provisions of the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2013.

By command,



Jay Wilson Weatherill, Premier

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ASSOCIATIONS INCORPORATION ACT 1985

Order Pursuant to Section 42 (2)

Dissolution of Association

WHEREAS the Corporate Affairs Commission (‘the Commission’) pursuant to Section 42 (1) of the Associations Incorporation Act 1985 (‘the Act’) is of the opinion that the undertaking or operations of Parking Australia Incorporated (‘the Association’) being an incorporated association under the Act are being carried on, or would more appropriately be carried on by a

company limited by guarantee incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001 (Commonwealth) and whereas the Commission was on 12 June 2014 requested by the Association to transfer its undertaking to Parking Australia Limited (ACN 602 623 567), the Commission, pursuant to Section 42 (2) of the Act does hereby order that at 5 February 2015, the Association will be dissolved, the property of the Association becomes the property of Parking Australia Limited and the rights and liabilities of the Association become the rights and liabilities of Parking Australia Limited.

Given under the seal of the Commission at Adelaide, 5 February 2015.

R. Aloi, A delegate of the Corporate Affairs Commission

BOXING AND MARTIAL ARTS ACT 2000

Mixed Martial Arts

Notice of Unified Rules of Mixed Martial Arts

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 10 of the Boxing and Martial Arts Act 2000, Leon Bignell, Minister for Recreation and Sport and the Minister of the Crown to whom the administration of the Boxing and Martial Arts Act 2000, is committed, has approved the rules applicable to the conduct of the Mixed Martial Arts Federation Australia (MMAFA) ‘Unified Rules for Mixed Martial Arts’ events to commence operation on 30 January 2015.

The rules of the MMAFA ‘Unified Rules of Mixed Martial Arts’ are set out below.

Dated 30 January 2015.



Leon Bignell, Minister for Recreation and Sport

Mixed Martial Arts Federation Australia
‘Unified Rules for Mixed Martial Arts’

The official rules of the Mixed Martial Arts Federation Australia—Unified Rules for Mixed Martial Arts—Version 2—


17 July 2014.

Published by the Mixed Martial Arts Federation Australia (NSW) 2014.

BOXING AND MARTIAL ARTS ACT 2000

Mixed Martial Arts



Notice of Unified Rules of Mixed Martial Arts

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 10 of the Boxing and Martial Arts Act 2000, Leon Bignell, Minister for Recreation and Sport and the Minister of the Crown to whom the administration of the Boxing and Martial Arts Act 2000, is committed, has approved the rules applicable to the tournament sparring conduct of the Society of Martial Arts Australia (SOMA) events to commence operation on 30 January 2015.

The rules of the SOMA ‘Tournament Sparring’ are set out below.

Dated 30 January 2015.



Leon Bignell, Minister for Recreation and Sport

The Society of Martial Arts Australia
‘Tournament Sparring’

Tournament Rule Book, Sparring—The Society of Martial Arts Australia—Version 1—29 September 2014.

Published by the Society of Martial Arts Australia (SA) 2014.

CONVEYANCERS ACT 1994



Commissioner Approval of Qualifications for Conveyancers

I, DINI SOULIO, Commissioner for Consumer Affairs, do hereby approve the qualifications set out in the following attached Schedule pursuant to Section 7 (1) (a) (ii) of the Conveyancers Act 1994:

• Schedule 1—Conveyancer

Dated 20 November 2014.



D. Soulio, Commissioner for Consumer Affairs, Consumer and Business Services

Schedule 1—Conveyancer

Pursuant to Section 7 (1) (a) (ii) of the Conveyancers Act 1994, a natural person has a qualification for the purpose of registration as a conveyancer if the person has any of the following:

1. Completion of the Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing FNS60311, including satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following units of competency:

(A) FNSCNV501A Take instructions in relation to a transaction;

(B) FNSCNV502A Read and interpret a legal document and provide advice;

(C) FNSCNV503A Analyse and interpret legal documents for a transaction;

(D) FNSCNV504A Prepare legal documents;

(E) FNSCNV505A Finalise the conveyancing transaction;

(F) FNSCNV506A Establish and manage a trust account;

(G) FNSCNV601A Identify and conduct searches;

(H) FNSINC401A Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry;

(I) BSBLEG415A Apply the principles of contract law;

(J) FNSACC403B Make decisions in a legal context;

(K) FNSCUS501A Develop and nurture relationships with clients, other professionals and third party referrers;

(L) FNSORG602A Develop and manage financial systems;

(M) BSBFIM501A Manage budgets and financial plans;

(N) BSBLEG413A Identify and apply the legal framework;

(O) BSBLEG416A Apply the principles of the law of torts;

(P) BSBLEG512A Apply legal principles in property law matters;

(Q) BSBLEG513A Apply legal principles in corporations law matters;

(R) LGAPLEM411A Conduct initial assessments of minor planning applications.

2. Satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following units of competency forming part of the Certificate IV in Conveyancing (TAFE SA Code: LCZ, Nat. Code 40607SA) conferred by the Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology (TAFESA):

(A) LCZA Work within a conveyancing environment;

(B) LCZB Apply contract law principles to conveyancing;

(C) LCZC Apply legal principles to conveyancing;

(D) LCZD Apply property law principles to conveyancing;

(E) LCZE Understanding mortgages and related procedures;

(F) LCZF Comply with Lands Titles Office Procedures;

(G) LCZG Research, locate and apply technical and drafting principles of the Torrens System;

(H) LCZH Conduct and conclude a settlement for a client.

Together with

A Statement of Attainment showing satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following units of competency conferred by a Registered Training Organisation registered to deliver the units forming part of the FNS60311 Advanced Diploma of Financial Services (Conveyancing) from the FNS10 Financial Services Training Package:

(A) FNSCNV501A Take instructions in relation to a transaction;

(B) FNSCNV504A Prepare legal documents;

(C) FNSCNV503A Analyse and interpret legal documents for a transaction;

(D) FNSCNV506A Establish and manage a trust account;

(E) FNSCNV505A Finalise the conveyancing transaction;

(F) FNSCUS501A Develop and nurture relationship with clients, other professionals and third party referrers;

(G) FNSCNV601A Identify and conduct searches;

(H) BSBFIM501A Manage budgets and financial plans;

(I) FNSORG602A Develop and manage financial systems;

OR

3. Satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following units of competency forming part of the Certificate IV in Conveyancing (TAFE SA Code: LCZ, Nat. Code 40607SA) conferred by the Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology (TAFESA):



(A) LCZA Work within a conveyancing environment;

(B) LCZB Apply contract law principles to conveyancing;

(C) LCZC Apply legal principles to conveyancing;

(D) LCZD Apply property law principles to conveyancing;

(E) LCZE Understanding mortgages and related procedures;

(F) LCZF Comply with Lands Titles Office Procedures;

(G) LCZG Research, locate and apply technical and drafting principles of the Torrens System;

(H) LCZH Conduct and conclude a settlement for a client.

Together with

A Statement of Attainment showing satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following units of competency conferred by a Registered Training Organisation registered to deliver the units forming part of the FNS60304 Advanced Diploma of Financial Services (Conveyancing) from the FNS04 Financial Services Training Package:

(A) FNSCONV501B Take instructions in relation to a transaction;

(B) FNSCONV502B Prepare and/or analyse and execute documents;

(C) FNSCONV503B Establish, manage and administer trust accounts;

(D) FNSCONV504B Finalise Conveyancing transactions;

(E) FNSICCUS501B Develop and nurture relationship with clients, other professionals and third party referrers;

(F) FNSCONV601B Obtain and analyse all information for the transaction;

(G) FNSICORG608B Control a budget;

(H) FNSICORG609B Develop and manage financial systems.

OR

A Statement of Attainment showing satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following units of competency conferred by a Registered Training Organisation registered to deliver the units forming part of the FNS60304 Advanced Diploma of Financial Services (Conveyancing) from the FNS04 Financial Services Training Package:



(A) FNSCONV501A Take instructions in relation to a transaction;

(B) FNSCONV502A Prepare and/or analyse and execute documents;

(C) FNSCONV503A Establish, manage and administer trust accounts;

(D) FNSCONV504A Finalise Conveyancing transactions;

(E) FNSICCUS501A Develop and nurture relationship with clients, other professionals and third party referrers;

(F) FNSCONV601A Obtain and analyse all information for the transaction;

(G) FNSICORG608A Control a budget;

(H) FNSICORG609A Develop and manage financial systems.

OR

4. Satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following units of competency forming part of the Certificate IV in Conveyancing (TAFESA Code: LCZ, Nat. Code 40607SA) conferred by the Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology (TAFESA):



(A) LCZA Work within a conveyancing environment;

(B) LCZB Apply contract law principles to conveyancing;

(C) LCZC Apply legal principles to conveyancing;

(D) LCZD Apply property law principles to conveyancing;

(E) LCZE Understanding mortgages and related procedures;

(F) LCZF Comply with Lands Titles Office Procedures;

(G) LCZG Research locate and apply technical and drafting principles of the Torrens System;

(H) LCZH Conduct and conclude a settlement for a client.

Together with

A Statement of Attainment showing satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following units of competency conferred by a Registered Training Organisation registered to deliver the units forming part of FNB60301 Advanced Diploma of Financial Services (Conveyancing) from the FNB99 Financial Services Training Package:

(A) FNBCNV01A Take instructions in relation to a transaction;

(B) FNBCNV02A Obtain and analyse all information for the transaction;

(C) FNBCNV03A Liaise with clients, other professionals and third parties;

(D) FNBCNV05A Prepare and execute documents;

(E) FNBCNV06A Establish, manage and administer trust accounts;

(F) FNBCNV07A Finalise transactions;

(G) FNBCNV09A Control practice budget;

(H) FNBCNV19A Manage efficient financial systems.

OR

5. Satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following units of competency forming part of the Certificate IV in Conveyancing (TAFE SA Code: MAK, Nat. Code 40449SA) conferred by the Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology (TAFESA):



(A) MAKC Take instructions in a Conveyancing environment;

(B) MAKD Apply contract law principles to the task;

(C) MAKE Apply commercial law principles to Conveyancing transactions;

(D) MAKF Minimise consumer risk in Conveyancing transactions;

(E) MAKG Apply property law principles to Conveyancing tasks;

(F) MAKH Prepare and execute mortgage documents;

(G) MAKK Comply with Lands Titles Office Procedures;

(H) MAKL Research, locate and apply technical and drafting principles of the Torrens System;

(I) MAKM Conduct a settlement;

Together with

A Statement of Attainment showing satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following units of competency conferred by a Registered Training Organisation registered to deliver the units forming part of the FNS60304 Advanced Diploma of Financial Services (Conveyancing) from the FNS04 Financial Services Training Package:

(A) FNSCONV501B Take instructions in relation to a transaction;

(B) FNSCONV502B Prepare and/or analyse and execute documents;

(C) FNSCONV503B Establish, manage and administer trust accounts;

(D) FNSCONV504B Finalise Conveyancing transactions;

(E) FNSICCUS501B Develop and nurture relationship with clients, other professionals and third party referrers;

(F) FNSCONV601B Obtain and analyse all information for the transaction;

(G) FNSICORG608B Control a budget;

(H) FNSICORG609B Develop and manage financial systems.

OR

A Statement of Attainment showing satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following units of competency conferred by a Registered Training Organisation registered to deliver the units forming part of the FNS60304 Advanced Diploma of Financial Services (Conveyancing) from the FNS04 Financial Services Training Package:



(A) FNSCONV501A Take instructions in relation to a transaction;

(B) FNSCONV502A Prepare and/or analyse and execute documents;

(C) FNSCONV503A Establish, manage and administer trust accounts;

(D) FNSCONV504A Finalise Conveyancing transactions;

(E) FNSICCUS501A Develop and nurture relationship with clients, other professionals and third party referrers;

(F) FNSCONV601A Obtain and analyse all information for the transaction;

(G) FNSICORG608A Control a budget;

(H) FNSICORG609A Develop and manage financial systems.

OR

6. Satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following units of competency forming part of the Certificate IV in Conveyancing (TAFE SA Code: MAK, Nat. Code 40449SA) conferred by the Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology (TAFESA):



(A) MAKC Take instructions in a Conveyancing environment;

(B) MAKD Apply contract law principles to the task;

(C) MAKE Apply commercial law principles to Conveyancing transactions;

(D) MAKF Minimise consumer risk in Conveyancing transactions;

(E) MAKG Apply property law principles to Conveyancing tasks;

(F) MAKH Prepare and execute mortgage documents;

(G) MAKK Comply with Lands Titles Office Procedures;

(H) MAKL Research, locate and apply technical and drafting principles of the Torrens System;

(I) MAKM Conduct a settlement;

Together with

A Statement of Attainment showing satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following units of competency conferred by a Registered Training Organisation registered to deliver the units forming part of FNB60301 Advanced Diploma of Financial Services (Conveyancing) from the FNB99 Financial Services Training Package:

(A) FNBCNV01A Take instructions in relation to a transaction;

(B) FNBCNV02A Obtain and analyse all information for the transaction;

(C) FNBCNV03A Liaise with clients, other professionals and third parties;

(D) FNBCNV05A Prepare and execute documents;

(E) FNBCNV06A Establish, manage and administer trust accounts;

(F) FNBCNV07A Finalise transactions;

(G) FNBCNV09A Control practice budget;

(H) FNBCNV19A Manage efficient financial systems.

OR

7. Satisfactory completion of, or status granted in, the following subjects forming part of the Certificate IV in Conveyancing conferred by the Department of Employment, Training and Further Education:



(A) Introduction to Conveyancing;

(B) Contract Law;

(C) Commercial Law Principles;

(D) Consumer Law (Conveyancing);

(E) Property law (Conveyancing) 1;

(F) Property Law (Conveyancing) 2;

(G) Mortgages;

(H) Lands Titles Office Procedures;

(I) Technical Principles;

(J) Settlements 1;

(K) (i) Accounting for non-accountants; or

(ii) Managing Finance—Performance;

(iii) Managing Finance—Setting and Achieving Budgets;

(iv) Managing Finance—Cost and Efficiency.

Together with

Satisfactory completion of (or status granted in) the following subjects forming part of the Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing conferred by the Department for Employment, Training and Further Education:

(A) Contract Law (Conveyancing) 1;

(B) Legal Entities;

(C) Trusts and Transmissions;

(D) Taxation Law (Property);

(E) Legal Drafting;

(F) Contract Law (Conveyancing) 2;

(G) Technical Drafting;

(H) Commercial Leases;

(I) Settlements 2;

(J) Conveyancing Conduct and Practice.

OR

8. Land Broking Certificate conferred by the Department of Employment, Training and Further Education.



OR

9. Degree of Bachelor of Business (Property) conferred by the University of South Australia, including satisfactory completion of (or status granted in) the following subjects:

(i) Law of Property; and

(ii) Conveyancing 1EF; and

(iii) Conveyancing 2EF; and

(iv) Conveyancing Law EF.

OR

  10. Degree of Bachelor of Business in Property conferred by the University of South Australia, including satisfactory completion of (or status granted in) the following subjects:



(i) Law of Property; and

(ii) Conveyancing 1 or Real Estate Documentation 1; and

(iii) Conveyancing 2 or Real Estate Documentation 2; and

(iv) Conveyancing Law or Property Transactions.

OR

  11. Graduate Diploma in Property conferred by the University of South Australia, including satisfactory completion of (or status granted in) the following subjects:



(i) Conveyancing 1G or Real Estate Documentation G;

(ii) Conveyancing 2G or Real Estate Documentation 2G;

(iii) Conveyancing Law G or Property Transactions G;

(iv) Property Project M;

(v) Project Law 1M;

(vi) Property Law 2M or Law of Property G.

DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993

Change to the Venue for the Scheduled Public Meeting in Relation to the Minda Brighton Campus and General Section Amendments—Development Plan Amendment

THE Minister for Planning has, pursuant to Sections 24 and 26 of the Development Act 1993, prepared a draft Minda Brighton Campus and General Section Amendments Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to amend the Holdfast Bay Council Development Plan.

Public consultation on the draft DPA concludes on 12 February 2015. A public meeting for the draft DPA is to be held on Tuesday, 3 March 2015 at 7 p.m.. Please note that the venue for the public meeting has changed from the Glenelg Surf Life Saving Club,
20 The Holdfast Promenade, Glenelg Foreshore and will now be held at Verco Hall, Minda Brighton Campus, 12-16 King George Avenue, North Brighton.

If you would like further information about the draft DPA, contact Daniel Clapp, Principal Planning Officer, phone 7109 7015 or by email, daniel.clapp@sa.gov.au.



M. Vranat, Secretary, Development Policy Advisory Committee

DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993



Alteration to Minister’s Specification SA 76—

Maintenance and Testing of Safety Installations. Schedule of Essential Safety Provisions

Preamble

1. Section 108 (6) of the Development Act 1993, provides that a code adopted by the regulations may refer to a standard or other document prepared or published by a prescribed body.

2. Regulation 106 (2) prescribes the Minister as a prescribed body for the purposes of Section 108 (6).

3. Regulation 76 refers to Minister’s Specification SA 76, as in force from time to time.

4. Minister’s Specification SA 76, dated January 2000 has been revised to produce a new 2015 edition of Minister’s Specification SA 76.

Notice


PURSUANT to Section 108 (6) of the Development Act 1993, notice is given that ‘Minister’s Specification SA 76—Maintenance and Testing of Safety Installations. Schedule of Essential Safety Provisions’, dated January 2000, has been amended and republished by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure as ‘Minister’s Specification SA 76—Maintenance of Essential Safety Provisions—2015 edition’.

The alterations to Minister’s Specification SA 76 will take effect for the purposes of the Development Act 1993 on 1 May 2015.

Minister’s Specification SA 76—Maintenance and Testing of Safety Installations. Schedule of Essential Safety Provisions’, dated January 2000 will be withdrawn on 1 May 2015.

Dated 22 January 2015.

S. Moseley, General Manager, Information and Strategy Directorate, Development Division, Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure as Delegate of John Rau, Minister for Planning

ELECTORAL ACT 1985



Part 6—Registration of Political Parties

NOTICE is hereby given that I have on this day de-registered the following political party for failing to lodge an annual return under the provision of Section 43A of the Act:

Name of Party: Fair Land Tax—Tax Party

Dated 5 February 2015.



K. Mousley, Electoral Commissioner

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 79

TAKE notice that it is hereby declared that it shall be unlawful for any person to engage in the class of fishing activity specified in Schedule 1 during the period specified in Schedule 2.

Schedule 1

The act of taking cuttlefish (Sepia species) in the waters of northern Spencer Gulf north of the line commencing at the Mean High Water Springs closest to latitude 335539.942S, longitude 1363420.131E (near Arno Bay) to the Mean High Water Springs closest to latitude 335539.942S, longitude 1373714.527E (Wallaroo Jetty).

Schedule 2

1200 hours on 15 February 2015 until 1200 hours on 15 February 2016.

Dated 28 January 2015.



S. Sloan, Director, Fisheries and Aquaculture Policy

MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of
the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area:

Applicant: Havilah Resources NL

Location: Kalabity Area—Approximately 40 km north of Olary.

Pastoral Leases: Kalabity, Boolcoomata and Kalkaroo.

Term: 2 years

Area in km2: 148

Ref.: 2014/00114

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: http://www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.


gov.au/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on (08) 8463 3103.

M. Spikin, Acting Mining Registrar
MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area:

Applicant: Agricola Mining Pty Ltd

Location: Lake Hawdon Area—Approximately 16 km east of Robe.

Term: 2 years

Area in km2: 36

Ref.: 2014/00146

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: http://www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.


gov.au/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on (08) 8463 3103.

M. Spikin, Acting Mining Registrar
MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area:

Applicant: Reedy Lagoon Corporation Limited

Location: Nilpinna Area—Approximately 100 km south-east of Oodnadatta.

Pastoral Leases: Nilpinna and The Peake.

Term: 2 years

Area in km2: 343

Ref.: 2014/00183

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: http://www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.
gov.au/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on (08) 8463 3103.

M. Spikin, Acting Mining Registrar
MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area:

Applicant: Agricola Mining Pty Ltd

Location: Salt Creek Area—Approximately 175 km south-east of Adelaide.

Term: 2 years

Area in km2: 12

Ref.: 2014/00192

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: http://www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.


gov.au/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on (08) 8463 3103.

M. Spikin, Acting Mining Registrar
MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area:

Applicant: Alloy Resources Limited

Location: Martins Well Area—Approximately 130 km south-east of Leigh Creek.

Pastoral Leases: Wirrealpa, Martins Well, Mannawarra and Willippa.

Term: 1 year

Area in km2: 848

Ref.: 2014/00205

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: http://www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.
gov.au/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on (08) 8463 3103.

M. Spikin, Acting Mining Registrar
MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area:

Applicant: Javelin Exploration Pty Ltd

Location: Mount Denison Area—Approximately 80 km south-east of Oodnadatta.

Pastoral Lease: The Peake

Term: 1 year

Area in km2: 91

Ref.: 2014/00206

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: http://www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.
gov.au/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on (08) 8463 3103.

M. Spikin, Acting Mining Registrar
MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area:

Applicant: Havilah Resources NL

Location: Sandstone Area—Approximately 100 km south-west of Coober Pedy.

Pastoral Leases: Commonwealth Hill, Mabel Creek and Mobella.

Term: 2 years

Area in km2: 215

Ref.: 2014/00218

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: http://www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.
gov.au/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on (08) 8463 3103.

M. Spikin, Acting Mining Registrar
MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area:

Applicant: Golden Cross Operations Pty Ltd

Location: Oolgelima Hill Area—Approximately 35 km north-east of Coober Pedy.

Pastoral Leases: Mount Barry and Anna Creek.

Term: 2 years

Area in km2: 627

Ref.: 2014/00223

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: http://www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.
gov.au/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on (08) 8463 3103.

M. Spikin, Acting Mining Registrar

NATIONAL ELECTRICITY LAW

Section 90e

Notice of Making National Electricity Rules

I, TOM KOUTSANTONIS, Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy for the Crown in the right of the State of South Australia, as the Minister administering the National Electricity (South Australia) Act 1996 of South Australia, hereby give notice of making of the National Electricity (Energy Consumers Australia) Amendment Rule 2014 under Section 90E (1) of the National Electricity (South Australia) Law on the recommendation of the Council of Australian Governments’ Energy Council sitting as the Ministerial Council on Energy for the purposes of that Section.

These Rules commence operation on 30 January 2015 and will, from commencement, be publicly available on the Australian Energy Market Commission website: www.aemc.gov.au.

Dated 30 January 2015.



Tom Koutsantonis, Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy

NATIONAL GAS LAW

Section 294E

Notice of Making National Gas Rules

I, TOM KOUTSANTONIS, Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy for the Crown in the right of the State of South Australia, as the Minister administering the National Gas (South Australia) Act 2008 of South Australia, hereby give notice of making of the National Gas (Energy Consumers Australia) Amendment Rule 2014 under Section 294E (1) of the National Gas (South Australia) Law on the recommendation of the Council of Australian Governments’ Energy Council sitting as the Ministerial Council on Energy for the purposes of that Section.

These Rules commence operation on 30 January 2015 and will, from commencement, be publicly available on the Australian Energy Market Commission website: www.aemc.gov.au.

Dated 30 January 2015.



Tom Koutsantonis, Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy

NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE (NATIONAL PARKS)


REGULATIONS 2001

Closure of Mud Islands Game Reserve

PURSUANT to Regulations 8 (3) (a), 8 (3) (d) of the National Parks and Wildlife (National Parks) Regulations 2001, I, Grant Anthony Pelton, as Director, Regional Co-ordination, Partnerships and Stewardship, formerly entitled Director, Public Land Management and Operational Support, Regional Services, authorised delegate of the Director of National Parks and Wildlife, close to the public the whole of the Mud Islands Game Reserve from 6 p.m. on Saturday, 7 March 2015 until 6 a.m. on Sunday,


29 March 2015.

The purpose of the closure was to ensure the safety of the public during a pest control and monitoring program within the reserves during the period indicated.

Dated 2 February 2015.

G. A. Pelton, Director, Regional Co-ordination, Partnerships and Stewardship, Department of Environment Water and Natural Resources

OATHS ACT 1936

Notice of Termination of Appointment of Proclaimed Members of the Police Force to take Declarations and Attest the Execution of Documents

Notice by the Attorney-General

PURSUANT to Section 33 (3) of the Oaths Act 1936, the appointment of the persons named below to take declarations and attest the execution of documents has, by virtue of the operation of Section 33 (2) (b) of that Act, been terminated by reason of those persons ceasing to be members of the Police Force:

Paul Ashley Alexander, appointed on 27 January 2012;

Anthony Deane Baker, appointed on 30 April 2009;

William Charles Bates, appointed on 27 May 2004;

Philip George Butterworth, appointed on 13 March 2008;

Steven John Byrne, appointed on 28 September 2006;

John Gerard Carr, appointed on 22 May 2003;

Johnny Colin Coles, appointed on 26 July 2012;

David Murray Coultate, appointed on 22 May 2003;

Peter Bryce Cranwell, appointed on 23 November 1983;

Michael Robert Delany, appointed on 28 September 2006;

Roger Keith Glazbrook, appointed on 22 May 2003;

Martin Hawkins, appointed on 26 July 2012;

Michael Horsfall, appointed on 15 November 2001;

Andrew Graham Howland, appointed on 29 April 1999;

Brenton Wayne Inglis, appointed on 27 May 2004;

Coral Anne Johnston, appointed on 22 May 2003;

Anthony John Jones, appointed on 16 December 1999;

George Edward Kaiser, appointed on 15 November 2001;

John Jonas Kaminskas, appointed on 22 May 2003;

Gregory Clive Le Page, appointed on 15 November 2001;

Terence Ian McCormack, appointed on 13 March 2008;

Terry David Nightingale, appointed on 8 November 2012;

Paul Keith Noble, appointed on 26 July 2012;

Harold James Parsons, appointed on 30 April 2009;

Christopher John Payne, appointed on 30 April 2009;

Johannes Maria Pelzer, appointed on 14 April 2005;

Brenton Craig Robinson, appointed on 15 November 2001;

Anthony Deane Scott, appointed on 15 November 2001;

David Leslie Sheldon, appointed on 30 April 2009;

Brian George Smith, appointed on 27 May 1992;

Stephen Charles Speake, appointed on 12 August 1987;

Steven William Taylor, appointed on 15 November 2001;

Craig Anthony Timmerman, appointed on 10 July 2014;

Kevin Arthur Virgin, appointed on 30 April 2009;

Jason James Watkins, appointed on 27 January 2012; and

Kym Andrew Zander, appointed on 24 November 1994.

Dated 25 January 2015.

John Rau, Deputy Premier, Attorney-General

PETROLEUM AND GEOTHERMAL ENERGY ACT 2000



Application for the Renewal of Associated
Activities Licence—AAL 201

PURSUANT to Section 65 (6) of the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000 (the Act) and Delegation dated 21 March 2012, notice is hereby given that an application for the renewal of an Associated Activities Licence within the area described below has been received from:

Stuart Petroleum Pty Ltd

The application will be determined on or after 5 March 2015.



Description of Application Area

All that part of the State of South Australia, bounded as follows:



Area A

Commencing at a point being the intersection of longitude 1404640E AGD66 and latitude 280040S AGD66, thence east to longitude 1404720E AGD66, south to latitude 280050S AGD66, east to longitude 1404730E AGD66, south to latitude 280120S AGD66, east to longitude 1404740E AGD66, south to latitude 280140S AGD66, east to longitude 1404750E AGD66, south to latitude 280210S AGD66, west to longitude 1404710E AGD66, north to latitude 280200S AGD66, west to longitude 1404650E AGD66, north to latitude 280150S AGD66, west to longitude 1404620E AGD66, north to latitude 280140S AGD66, west to longitude 1404610E AGD66, north to latitude 280110S AGD66, east to longitude 1404620E AGD66, north to latitude 280100S AGD66, east to longitude 1404630E AGD66, north to latitude 280050S AGD66, east to longitude 1404640E AGD66 and north to the point of commencement.



Area B

Commencing at a point being the intersection of longitude 1404500E GDA94 and latitude 275915S GDA94, thence east to longitude 1404820E GDA94, south to latitude 275945S GDA94, east to longitude 1405020E GDA94, south to latitude 280020S AGD66, west to longitude 1404000E AGD66, south to latitude 280200S Clarke 1858, east to longitude 1404300E Clarke 1858, south to latitude 280300S AGD66, east to longitude 1404400E AGD66, north to latitude 280250S AGD66, east to longitude 1404620E AGD66, north to latitude 280240S AGD66, east to longitude 1404640E AGD66, south to latitude 280310S AGD66, west to longitude 1404630E AGD66, south to latitude 280320S AGD66, west to longitude 1404550E AGD66, south to latitude 280330S AGD66, west to longitude 1404545E GDA94, south to latitude 280400S GDA94, west to longitude 1404515E GDA94, south to latitude 280420S GDA94, west to longitude 1404415E GDA94, north to latitude 280410S GDA94, west to longitude 1404340E GDA94, south to latitude 280430S GDA94, west to longitude 1404325E GDA94, south to latitude 280440S GDA94, west to longitude 1404300E Clarke 1858, south to latitude 280500S Clarke 1858, west to longitude 1404200E Clarke 1858, south to latitude 280700S GDA94, west to longitude 1404110E GDA94, north to latitude 280420S GDA94, east to longitude 1404210E GDA94, north to latitude 280240S GDA94, west to longitude 1403930E GDA94, north to latitude 275945S GDA94, east to longitude 1404500E GDA94 and north to the point of commencement.

Area: 63.5 km2 approximately.

Dated 28 January 2015.



C. D. Cockshell, Acting Executive Director, Energy Resources Division, Department of State Development, Delegate of the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy

South Australia



Public Sector (Reorganisation of Public Sector Operations)
Notice 2015

under section 9(1) of the Public Sector Act 2009



1 – Short Title

This notice may be cited as the Public Sector (Reorganisation of Public Sector Operations) Notice 2015.



2 – Commencement

This notice will come into operation on 05 February 2015.



3 – Transfer of salaried employees

The employees employed in the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion referred to in Schedule 1, are transferred to employment in the Urban Renewal Authority pursuant to section 9(1) of the Public Sector Act 2009. Such employees will continue to be engaged as salaried employees and shall be employed pursuant to Part 7 of the Public Sector Act 2009. The employees will be employed on the same basis as before the transfer (ongoing, term or casual).



Schedule 1

  1. Khalil ABDUL

  2. Louise ALMSTETTER

  3. Julie ASHTON

  4. Malin BAGLING-JONSSON

  5. Janine BARBER

  6. Petrice BARKER

  7. Jeremy BEACHAM

  8. Richard BENBOW

  9. Kerry BENSON

  10. Kelly BIGGINS

  11. Kevin BIGNELL

  12. Kylie BROCK

  13. Geoffrey BROOKS

  14. Stacey BRUCE-GORDON

  15. Michelle BURFIELD

  16. Jeffrey BURINGA

  17. David BURNETT

  18. Joanna BUSATO

  19. Kirsty CAMPBELL

  20. Esther CAPREZ

  21. Tina CECH

  22. Paraskevie CENTOFANTI

  23. Sandra CENTOFANTI

  24. Katherine CLAYTON

  25. Andrew CLOUGH

  26. Tammy COLLYER

  27. Shane COOK

  28. Audrey CRISP

  29. Jacki DAVIES

  30. Lydia DOLINSKA

  31. Peter DOLINSKY

  32. Murray DUFF

  33. Marcus EAKIN

  34. Kym EVANS

  35. Tony FRANCESCA

  36. Leonie GADE-DEVERSON

  37. Tanya GODDE

  38. Marlon GRAY

  39. Damian GREENSHIELDS-HANNAH

  40. Loula HADJICOSTANTIS

  41. Teena HANDYSIDE

  42. Dean HATCHARD

  43. Amila HEWAMANAGE

  44. Luke HINTON

  45. Peter HODKINSON

  46. Kate HOLLINGWORTH

  47. Timothy HOOK

  48. Rosa HULM

  49. Bradley HUTCHINS

  50. Craig HUTCHINSON

  51. Tim IRVINE

  52. Nick JOYCE

  53. Pusheela JUMMUN

  54. Joanna KASTANOS

  55. Stephen KELLY

  56. Glenn KENNEDY

  57. Alison KIMBER

  58. Carmel KING

  59. Sandy KINNEAR

  60. Thanasi KOUTSOUGIANNIS

  61. Marie KRAWCZUK

  62. Dieter KUEHN

  63. Jessica LE

  64. David LEE

  65. Nathan LEE

  66. Su Ling LEONG

  67. Emily LITSTER

  68. Ronald LOCHERT

  69. Robin LOECHEL

  70. Tuan LU

  71. Scott MAIDA

  72. Brett MARSHALL

  73. Rick MARTIN

  74. Linley MAY

  75. Bronte MCBRYDE

  76. Natalie MCCREIGHT

  77. Lyn MEICH

  78. Salvatore MORELLI

  79. Eleftherios MORIAS

  80. Tasnim MORIUM

  81. Jane MURPHY

  82. Heath NATHAN

  83. Richard NEWTON

  84. Van NGUYEN

  85. Graham NIGHTINGALE

  86. Dang NONG

  87. Milena NOWAK

  88. Michael O'CALLAGHAN

  89. James OFFLER

  90. David PADGHAM

  91. Corinna PEREIRA

  92. Paula PETRUNIC

  93. Trang PHAN

  94. David PILLION

  95. Monique PRINGLE

  96. Frances RICHARDS

  97. Ainsley ROBERTS

  98. Geoffrey ROWE

  99. Pietrizia RUEHLAND

  100. Natalina RUSSO

  101. Gregory RYAN

  102. Philippa SANDERSON

  103. Timothy SELLARS

  104. Suthan SELVANANTHAM

  105. Arun SHARMA

  106. Simon SMITH

  107. Lin Qing SONG

  108. Peter STOJANOVICH

  109. Julie STOKER

  110. Lynley STREET

  111. Yvette STUYT

  112. Norman SWANSSON

  113. Nicholas SYMONS

  114. Anastasios THEOLOGOU

  115. Maria TILBROOK

  116. Narelle TOWNSEND

  117. Amelia TRAINO

  118. Lubicha VELKOVIC

  119. Kim VOGT

  120. Cheryl WARD

  121. Julie WATERS

  122. Amanda WATSON-TRAN

  123. Marnie WEATHERALD

  124. Rebecca WHELLUM

  125. Janithri WICKRAMARATNE

  126. Suzanne WILKINS

  127. Jun YIN

  128. Matthew ZETLEIN

  129. Chao ZHANG

  130. Ningyi ZHANG

Made by the Premier

JAY WILSON WEATHERILL, Premier

Jay Weatherill

PREMIER
4/2/2015

NOTICE TO MARINERS



No. 1 of 2015

South Australia—River Murray—Regulator Construction

MARINERS are advised that from 1 January 2015 until 31 July 2015 construction work will be undertaken at various locations on creeks off the River Murray.



Location

Zone 54H

Latitude

Longitude

Easting

Northing

Bank K

461827

6203016

-34.3134006S

140.5851104E

Bank N

461976

6203660

-34.3075983S

140.5867582E

South Arm Road Crossing

460997

6202115

-34.3215323S

140.5869182E

Eckert’s Creek Log Crossing

458237

6200517

-34.3357986S

140.5459715E

Katarapko Creek Stone Weir

458708

6198906

-34.3503457S

140.5510145E

Eckert’s Creek Bridge

460491

6202536

-34.3176793S

140.5705681E

An Aquatic Activity Licence has been issued to the Department of Environment Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR) to restrict access by all personnel and aquatic craft to the vicinity of each site.

Blocked Channel marks will be displayed either side of each site.

Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.

Adelaide, 2 January 2015.

Stephen Mullighan, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure

DPTI 2015/01042

NOTICE TO MARINERS

No. 2 of 2015



South Australia—River Murray—Downstream Morgan
Recording Platform Maintenance

NOTICE is given that pursuant to Section 26 of the Harbors and Navigation Act 1993, the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure has granted an Aquatic Activity Licence to the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources to carry out works for the relocation of a snag 2.5 km downstream of Morgan, on 12 January 2015 between 8 a.m. and 5.30 p.m.

A 500 m area in the vicinity of the monitoring station located at position latitude -34314.18S, longitude 1394115.53E, will be closed during the works. Traffic will be restricted and be permitted through the area under direction.

Mariners are advised to exercise extreme caution when navigating in the vicinity.

Adelaide, 8 January 2015.

Stephen Mullighan, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure

DPTI 2015/01042

NOTICE TO MARINERS

No. 3 of 2015



South Australia—Gulf St Vincent—Aquatic Event

MARINERS are advised that the Henley Surf Life Saving Club intends to stage a fundraising aquatic event by rowing a surf boat in a direct route across Gulf St Vincent from Stansbury on Yorke Peninsula to Henley Beach on the metropolitan coastline on Saturday, 14 March 2015.

The surf boat will depart Stansbury at approximately 5 a.m. and arrive at Henley Beach at approximately 2 p.m. They will be escorted by two tender vessels.

Mariners are advised to proceed with caution in the vicinity of this flotilla.

Navy Charts affected: Aus 130, Aus 139 and Aus 781.

Publication affected: Australian Pilot, Volume 1 (Fourth Edition 2014), pages 396-398 and 406.

Adelaide, 27 January 2015.

Stephen Mullighan, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure

FP 2012/0105

DPTI 2015/01042

ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1961



Authorised Officers to Operate Breath Analysing Instruments

I, GARY T BURNS, Commissioner of Police, do hereby notify that on and from 27 January 2015, the following persons were authorised by the Commissioner of Police to operate breath analysing instruments as defined in and for the purposes of the:

Road Traffic Act 1961;

Harbors and Navigation Act 1993;

Security and Investigation Industry Act 1995; and

Rail Safety National Law (South Australia) Act 2012.




PD

Number


Officer Name







74718

Claxton, Matthew Robert

74848

Connaughton, Nikki Alyce

75271

Delaney, Nikola Emma

74754

Gardner, Hayley Jayne

74956

Jury, Susan Elizabeth

73511

Linton, Darren James

72765

Longmire, Evan Vincent

72334

McBain, Tarina Alice

79707

Ruwoldt, Samuel Peter

75348

Sheppard, Todd Owen

73236

Sibbick, Greg Anthony

79957

Williams, Peter John


Gary T. Burns, Commissioner of Police

SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT 2011



Notice of Exemption by the Minister for Health

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 4 (2) of the Safe Drinking Water Act 2011, I, Jack Snelling, Minister for Health, do hereby exempt from the provisions of the Safe Drinking Water Act 2011, drinking water providers using rainwater at regulated food premises subject to the following conditions:

(1) This exemption only applies to the use of rainwater for the preparation of food and beverages.

(2) The rainwater must be boiled prior to use.

(3) This exemption does not apply to the use of rainwater at regulated care or education premises.

Dated 30 January 2015.



Jack Snelling, Minister for Health

TRAINING AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT ACT 2008


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