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Part 4—Apprenticeships/Traineeships
Pursuant to the provision of the Training and Skills Development Act 2008, the Training
and Skills Commission (TaSC) gives notice that determines the following

Trades or Declared Vocations in addition to the Gazette notices of:




  1. 25 September 2008

  1. 23 October 2008

  1. 13 November 2008

  1. 4 December 2008

  1. 18 December 2008

  1. 29 January 2009

  1. 12 February 2009

  1. 5 March 2009

  1. 12 March 2009

  1. 26 March 2009

  1. 30 April 2009

  1. 18 June 2009

  1. 25 June 2009

  1. 27 August 2009

  1. 17 September 2009

  1. 24 September 2009

  1. 9 October 2009

  1. 22 October 2009

  1. 3 December 2009

  1. 17 December 2009

  1. 4 February 2010

  1. 11 February 2010

  1. 18 February 2010

  1. 18 March 2010

  1. 8 April 2010

  1. 6 May 2010

  1. 20 May 2010

  1. 3 June 2010

  1. 17 June 2010

  1. 24 June 2010

  1. 8 July 2010

  1. 9 September 2010

  1. 23 September 2010

  1. 4 November 2010

  1. 25 November 2010

  1. 16 December 2010

  1. 23 December 2010

  1. 17 March 2011

  1. 7 April 2011

  1. 21 April 2011

  1. 19 May 2011

  1. 30 June 2011

  1. 21 July 2011

  1. 8 September 2011

  1. 10 November 2011

  1. 24 November 2011

  1. 1 December 2011

  1. 8 December 2011

  1. 16 December 2011

  1. 22 December 2011

  1. 5 January 2012

  1. 19 January 2012

  1. 1 March 2012

  1. 29 March 2012

  1. 24 May 2012

  1. 31 May 2012

  1. 7 June 2012

  1. 14 June 2012

  1. 21 June 2012

  1. 28 June 2012

  1. 5 July 2012

  1. 12 July 2012

  1. 19 July 2012

  1. 2 August 2012

  1. 9 August 2012

  1. 30 August 2012

  1. 13 September 2012

  1. 4 October 2012

  1. 18 October 2012

  1. 25 October 2012

  1. 8 November 2012

  1. 29 November 2012

  1. 13 December 2012

  1. 25 January 2013

  1. 14 February 2013

  1. 21 February 2013

  1. 28 February 2013

  1. 7 March 2013

  1. 14 March 2013

  1. 21 March 2013

  1. 28 March 2013

  1. 26 April 2013

  1. 23 May 2013

  1. 30 May 2013

  1. 13 June 2013

  1. 20 June 2013

  1. 11 July 2013

  1. 1 August 2013

  1. 8 August 2013

  1. 15 August 2013

  1. 29 August 2013

  1. 6 February 2014

  1. 12 June 2014

  1. 28 August 2014

  1. 4 September 2014

  1. 16 October 2014

  1. 23 October 2014





Trades or Declared Vocations and Required Qualifications and

Training Contract Conditions for the

Resources and Infrastructure Training Package RII


*Trade/ #Declared Vocation/ Other Occupation

Code

Title

Nominal Term of Training Contract

Probationary Period

# Civil Construction and Maintenance Worker

RII20713

Certificate II in Civil Construction

18 months

1 month

# Civil Construction and Maintenance Worker—Operations

RII40613

Certificate IV in Civil Construction

24 months

2 months

# Civil Construction and Maintenance Worker—Supervisor

RII40713

Certificate IV in Civil Construction Supervision

24 months

2 months

# Drilling

RII20913

Certificate II in Drilling Operations

12 months

1 month

# Extractive Industries Operator

RII20213

Certificate II in Surface Extraction Operations

12 months

1 month

# Drilling

RII32013

Certificate III in Drilling Oil/Gas (On-shore)

24 months

2 months
















# Drilling

RII31813

Certificate III in Drilling Operations

24 months

2 months

# Extractive Industries Operator

RII30413

Certificate III in Resource Processing

24 months

2 months

# Extractive Industries Operator

RII30113

Certificate III in Surface Extraction Operations

24 months

2 months

# Extractive Industries Operator

RII30313

Certificate III in Underground Metalliferous Mining

24 months

2 months

# Extractive Industries Operator

RII40313

Certificate IV in Metalliferous Mining Operations (Underground)

36 months

3 months

# Extractive Industries Operator

RII40513

Certificate IV in Resource Processing

36 months

3 months

# Extractive Industries Operator

RII40113

Certificate IV in Surface Extraction Operations

36 months

3 months





Government

of South Australia

TREASURER’S

QUARTERLY STATEMENT
for the
THREE MONTHS ended on

30 SEPTEMBER 2014 and 30 SEPTEMBER 2013

GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
COMMENTARY TO THE STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CREDITED TO

AND ISSUED FROM THE CONSOLIDATED ACCOUNT FOR THE QUARTERS ENDED 30 SEPTEMBER 2014 AND 30 SEPTEMBER 2013


Receipts
Taxation
Payroll tax receipts in the September quarter 2014 were higher than for the same period last year mainly due to growth in taxable payrolls.
Stamp duty receipts in the September quarter 2014 are lower compared to the same period last year mainly due to stamp duty on a very large transaction being received in the first quarter of 2013 14.
Gambling tax in the September quarter 2014 was higher than last year mainly due to timing in the receipt of gambling tax payments into the Consolidated Account.
Land tax receipts in the September quarter 2014 were lower than for the same period last year mainly due the timing of land tax payments from the Urban Renewal Authority.
Royalties
Royalty receipts in the September quarter 2014 were lower than for the same period last year because the September quarter 2013 included royalty payments for the six months to June 2013.
Fees and charges
Fees and charges in the September quarter 2014 were higher than for the same period last year due to the timing of guarantee fees which were paid in the September quarter 2014 compared to the December quarter 2013.
Commonwealth – General Purpose Payments
Growth in general purpose grants in the September quarter 2014 compared to the same period in the previous year is not indicative of underlying Goods and Services Tax (GST) revenue growth. This is because monthly grants are paid according to a payment schedule prepared by the Commonwealth Government rather than in accordance with the actual emerging monthly GST collections.
In its 2014-15 Budget, the Commonwealth Government indicated that the GST pool available for distribution to the states was estimated to grow by 5.9 per cent in 2014-15.
Commonwealth – Specific Purpose Payments
Specific Purpose Payments (SPPs) for the September quarter 2014 were lower than for the same period a year ago mainly because the recurrent SPP for Government schools is now being paid directly to the Department of Education and Child Development under the new National Education Reform Agreement.
Commonwealth – National Partnership Payments
National Partnership (NP) payments received in the September quarter 2013 were not recognised in the Consolidated Account until the December quarter 2014. Underlying payments in the September quarter 2014 were lower than received in the same period last year mainly due to the Commonwealth Government no longer funding the NP on Certain Concessions for Pensioner Concession Card and Seniors Card Holders.
Other receipts
Other receipts in the September quarter 2014 are lower than the same period last year due to the timing of the receipting of Treasurer’s loans for September.
Payments
Payments of appropriation are made to Public Authority bank accounts in accordance with cash flow requests.
They are consistent with the previous year, with the exception of payments to DTF Administered Items for the Past Service Superannuation payment ($422m) and other miscellaneous payments ($240m). These were paid in the September quarter in 2013, but not until the December quarter in 2014.

Note
Caution should be exercised in interpreting the quarterly statement of Consolidated Account transactions. Unlike the State Budget, which comprises transactions on an accrual basis, the information reflected in the quarterly statements is limited to cash transactions. Also, the Consolidated Account does not capture all the transactions undertaken by the general government sector (in particular, it does not record receipts to and payments from special deposit accounts). Finally, the timing of receipts and payments could be volatile within a particular year. As a result, apparently large movements between years may only be due to changes in the timing of receipts and payments and therefore may not have consequences for the underlying budget position.






GOVERNMENT GAZETTE ADVERTISEMENT RATES
To apply from 1 July 2014



$

Agents, Ceasing to Act as 49.75

Associations:

Incorporation 25.25

Intention of Incorporation 62.50

Transfer of Properties 62.50

Attorney, Appointment of 49.75

Bailiff’s Sale 62.50

Cemetery Curator Appointed 36.75

Companies:

Alteration to Constitution 49.75

Capital, Increase or Decrease of 62.50

Ceasing to Carry on Business 36.75

Declaration of Dividend 36.75

Incorporation 49.75

Lost Share Certificates:

First Name 36.75

Each Subsequent Name 12.70

Meeting Final 41.50

Meeting Final Regarding Liquidator’s Report on

Conduct of Winding Up (equivalent to ‘Final

Meeting’)

First Name 49.75

Each Subsequent Name 12.70

Notices:

Call 62.50

Change of Name 25.25

Creditors 49.75

Creditors Compromise of Arrangement 49.75

Creditors (extraordinary resolution that ‘the Com-pany be wound up voluntarily and that a liquidator be appointed’) 62.50

Release of LiquidatorApplicationLarge Ad. 99.00

Release Granted 62.50

Receiver and Manager Appointed 57.00

Receiver and Manager Ceasing to Act 49.75

Restored Name 46.50

Petition to Supreme Court for Winding Up 86.50

Summons in Action 73.50

Order of Supreme Court for Winding Up Action 49.75

Register of InterestsSection 84 (1) Exempt 111.00

Removal of Office 25.25

Proof of Debts 49.75

Sales of Shares and Forfeiture 49.75

Estates:

Assigned 36.75

Deceased PersonsNotice to Creditors, etc. 62.50

Each Subsequent Name 12.70

Deceased PersonsClosed Estates 36.75

Each Subsequent Estate 1.65

Probate, Selling of 49.75

Public Trustee, each Estate 12.70







$

Firms:


Ceasing to Carry on Business (each insertion) 33.00

Discontinuance Place of Business 33.00

LandReal Property Act:

Intention to Sell, Notice of 62.50

Lost Certificate of Title Notices 62.50

Cancellation, Notice of (Strata Plan) 62.50

Mortgages:

Caveat Lodgement 25.25

Discharge of 26.50

Foreclosures 25.25

Transfer of 25.25

Sublet 12.70

LeasesApplication for Transfer (2 insertions) each 12.70

Lost Treasury Receipts (3 insertions) each 36.75

Licensing 73.50

Municipal or District Councils:

Annual Financial StatementForms 1 and 2 695.00

Electricity SupplyForms 19 and 20 494.00

Default in Payment of Rates:

First Name 99.00

Each Subsequent Name 12.70

Noxious Trade 36.75

Partnership, Dissolution of 36.75

Petitions (small) 25.25

Registered Building Societies (from Registrar-General) 25.25

Register of Unclaimed MoneysFirst Name 36.75

Each Subsequent Name 12.70

Registers of MembersThree pages and over:

Rate per page (in 8pt) 316.00

Rate per page (in 6pt) 418.00

Sale of Land by Public Auction 63.00

Advertisements 3.50

¼ page advertisement 147.00

½ page advertisement 295.00

Full page advertisement 577.00

Advertisements, other than those listed are charged at $3.50 per column line, tabular one-third extra.

Notices by Colleges, Universities, Corporations and District Councils to be charged at $3.50 per line.

Where the notice inserted varies significantly in length from that which is usually published a charge of $3.50 per column line will be applied in lieu of advertisement rates listed.

South Australian Government publications are sold on the condition that they will not be reproduced without prior permission from the Government Printer.



All the above prices include GST



GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NOTICES

Notices for publication in the South Australian Government Gazette should be emailed to governmentgazette@dpc.sa.gov.au. Content should be sent as Word format attachment(s). Covering emails should include the date the notice is to be published and to whom the notice will be charged. Closing time for lodgement is 4 p.m. on the Tuesday preceding the regular Thursday publication. Gazette enquiries to: Phone 8207 1045. The Government Gazette is available online at: www.governmentgazette.sa.gov.au.



MISCELLANEOUS LEGISLATION AND GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS PRICES AS FROM 1 JULY 2014
Acts, Bills, Rules, Parliamentary Papers and Regulations

Pages

Main

Amends

Pages

Main

Amends




1-16

3.10

1.45

497-512

42.00

41.00

17-32

4.00

2.50

513-528

43.25

41.75

33-48

5.30

3.75

529-544

44.75

43.25

49-64

6.70

5.15

545-560

46.00

44.75

65-80

7.75

6.45

561-576

47.00

46.00

81-96

9.05

7.50

577-592

48.75

46.50

97-112

10.30

8.85

593-608

50.00

48.00

113-128

11.50

10.20

609-624

51.00

49.75

129-144

12.90

11.40

625-640

52.00

50.50

145-160

14.20

12.70

641-656

53.50

52.00

161-176

15.40

14.00

657-672

54.50

52.50

177-192

16.80

15.20

673-688

56.00

54.50

193-208

18.10

16.70

689-704

57.00

55.00

209-224

19.10

17.70

705-720

58.50

56.50

225-240

20.40

18.90

721-736

60.00

57.50

241-257

22.00

20.00

737-752

60.50

59.00

258-272

23.20

21.20

753-768

62.50

60.00

273-288

24.30

23.00

769-784

63.50

62.50

289-304

25.50

23.90

785-800

64.50

63.50

305-320

27.00

25.25

801-816

66.00

64.00

321-336

28.00

26.50

817-832

67.50

66.00

337-352

29.50

27.75

833-848

69.00

67.50

353-368

30.25

29.25

849-864

70.00

68.50

369-384

32.00

30.25

865-880

71.50

70.00

385-400

33.50

31.75

881-896

72.00

70.50

401-416

34.75

32.75

897-912

73.50

72.00

417-432

36.00

34.50

913-928

74.00

73.50

433-448

37.00

35.75

929-944

75.50

74.00

449-464

38.00

36.50

945-960

76.50

75.00

465-480

38.50

37.75

961-976

80.00

76.00

481-496

41.00

38.50

977-992

81.00

76.50

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