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Thursday, 19 January 2017 | Featured Notices

TATTOOING INDUSTRY CONTROL ACT 2015
Exemption

TAKE notice that, pursuant to Section 23 of the Tattooing Industry Control Act 2015, I, Hon Kyam Maher MLC, Acting Attorney-General, do hereby exempt the participants of the convention named in Schedule 1 from the application of Section 13 of the above Act in relation to the convention subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 2.

Schedule 1

       3 Eyes Convention Inkjecta International Invitational.

Schedule 2

    1. This exemption is limited to participants of the convention named in Schedule 1, to be held on 10-12 February 2017. The exemption applies only to the particular convention held on these dates.

    2. In respect of overseas participants, an exemption from Section 13 (3) (b) (i) and 13 (3) (c) is granted and will have the effect of the participants only being required to provide their passport and contact details to the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs at least seven days before commencing to carry on the business.

    3. In respect of participants from New South Wales and Queensland, an exemption from Sections 13 (3) (b) (i) and 13 (3) (c) is granted and will have the effect of the participants only being required to provide a valid interstate licence number at least seven days before commencing to carry on the business.

    4. In respect of all other participants of the convention named in Schedule 1, an exemption from Section 13 (3) (b) (i) is granted and will have the effect of the participants not being required to provide a notice to the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs at least 90 days before commencing to carry on the business, on the basis that participants provide this notice at least seven days prior to commencement of the business.

Dated 17 January 2017.

Kyam Maher, Acting Attorney-General

Thursday, 19 January 2017 | Featured Notices

ADELAIDE PLAINS COUNCIL
Notice of Application of Local Government Land By-law

PURSUANT to Section 246 (4a) of the Local Government Act 1999, (‘the Act’), notice is hereby given that at its Ordinary Council meeting held on 19 December 2016, in exercise of its powers under Section 246 (3) (e) of the Act, the Council resolved to apply Clause 2.5 of By-law No. 2—Local Government Land 2012, to the land adjacent to the Mallala Oval (portion of land contained within Certificate of Title Register Book (part) Volume 6163, Folio 218 and (part) Volume 6163, Folio 219) outlined in the map below. The effect of Council’s decision is that camping is now permitted at this location, subject to a permit first being obtained.

J. Miller, Chief Executive Officer

Thursday, 19 January 2017 | Featured Notices

RENMARK PARINGA COUNCIL
Development Act 1993
Renmark Golf Course DPA—Public Consultation

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

    The Amendment will change the Development Plan by proposing to review the minimum allotment size for land division within the Golf Course Country Living Policy Area with a view to promoting housing choice and an attractive semi-rural living environment as part of a golf course estate.

    In addition, the DPA proposes to review and update the relevant concept plan to better reflect the future development aspirations of the landholders. A change of management of the golf course has resulted in the preparation of an indicative concept or master plan, which focusses on expanding tourist accommodation on land immediately north-west of the golf course and providing housing opportunities on land to the north, both of which are to complement the existing golf course facilities.

    The DPA report will be on public consultation from 24 January until 22 March 2017 (8 week period).

    Copies of the DPA report are available during normal office hours at the Renmark Paringa Civic Centre located at 61 Eighteenth Street, Renmark. Alternatively, the DPA report can be viewed on the Council’s website at: www.renmarkparinga.sa.gov.au.

    Written submissions regarding the DPA should be submitted no later than 5 p.m. on 22 March 2017. All submissions should be addressed to Council’s Planning Officer, Sharon Jardine, P.O. Box 730, Renmark, S.A. 5341 and should clearly indicate whether you wish to be heard in support of your submission at the public hearing. If you wish to lodge your submission electronically, please email it to: sjardine@renmarkparinga.sa.gov.au.

    Copies of all submissions will be available for inspection at the Renmark Paringa Civic Centre until the conclusion of the public hearing.

    A public hearing will be held on Tuesday, 28 March 2017 at the Renmark Paringa Civic Centre at which time interested persons may be heard in relation to the DPA and the submissions. The public hearing will not be held if no submissions are received or if no submission makes a request to be heard.

    If you would like further information about the DPA, please contact Council’s Planning Officer on 8580 3000.

Dated 17 January 2017.

T. Siviour, Chief Executive Officer

Thursday, 12 January 2017 | Featured Notices

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 79
Closure of Pipi Fishery—Recreational
Goolwa Beach Closure

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 79 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, it is hereby declared that it shall be unlawful for any person to engage in the class of fishing activity specified in Schedule 1, in the area specified in Schedule 2, during the period specified in Schedule 3.

Schedule 1

The act of taking or an act preparatory to the taking of Pipi (​Donax deltoides).

Schedule 2

The Sir Richard Peninsula between the Murray Mouth and Middleton Point, near Mill Terrace, Middleton.

Schedule 3

From 9.30 a.m. on 9 January 2017 until 11.59 p.m. on 30 June 2017.

Dated 9 January 2017.

S. Sloan, Director,
Fisheries and Aquaculture Policy

Thursday, 12 January 2017 | Featured Notices

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC HEALTH ACT 2011
Notice by the Minister for Health
Appointments

TAKE notice that I, Jack Snelling, Minister for Health, pursuant to Section 51 (23) (b) of the South Australian Public Health Act 2011, do hereby declare the undermentioned entities as Public Health Partner Authorities:

  • Renewal SA
  • SafeWork SA

Dated 3 January 2017.

Susan Close, Acting Minister for Health

 

 

Thursday, 12 January 2017 | Featured Notices

AIR TRANSPORT (ROUTE LICENSING—PASSENGER SERVICES) ACT 2002
Extension of Declared Route between Adelaide Airport and Port Augusta Airport

NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to Section 5 of the Air Transport (Route Licensing—Passenger Services) Act 2002 (‘the Act’), the declaration of the route between Adelaide Airport and Port Augusta Airport is to be extended for the purposes of the Act from 1 January 2017 until 31 December 2019.

Dated 30 December 2016.

Stephen Mullighan,
Minister for Transport and Infrastructure

Thursday, 5 January 2017 | Featured Notices

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF THE COPPER COAST
Assignment and Change of Road Names

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Section 219 of the Local Government Act 1999, the District Council of the Copper Coast resolved to assign and change the road name of the following:

  • Irwine Street, Wallaroo.

P. Harder, Chief Executive Officer

Thursday, 5 January 2017 | Featured Notices

NOTICE TO MARINERS
No. 42 of 2016
South Australia—River Murray—Murray Mouth Dredging
Former Notice to Mariners No. 41 of 2016

MARINERS are advised that dredging works will commence at the River Murray mouth on Monday, 9 January 2017. This work will be undertaken at the River Murray mouth, within the Coorong National Park; on the west by a north-south line passing through Beacon 2 across the Goolwa Channel, and on the east by a line due north commencing at a point 35.559926°S 138.898474°E (Barkers Knoll) across the Coorong Channel and on the seaward side of the Sir Richard and Younghusband Peninsulas, 1.5 km either side of the river mouth, and 100 m seaward from the high water mark.

    This work will be continuous, day and night and dredgers will display the appropriate lights and shapes as prescribed by the River Murray Traffic Regulations.

   Boating traffic through the area will be permitted during daylight hours where safety is not compromised. Temporary closure of the channel may be required from time to time.

     An Aquatic Activity Licence has been issued to SA Water to restrict access by all personnel and aquatic craft to this vicinity of the River Murray mouth.

     Buoys, either connected by a surface cable and rod, or individually anchored, will mark the extent of the exclusion zone around dredges and associated equipment.

     Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area.

    Adelaide, 22 December 2016.

Stephen Mullighan,
 Minister for Transport and Infrastructure

DPTI 2016/01670/01

Thursday, 5 January 2017 | Featured Notices

ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1961
Authorised Officers to Operate Breath Analysing Instruments

I, GRANT STEVENS, Commissioner of Police, do hereby notify that on and from 21 December 2016, 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

25065

Elliott, Ian James

73315

Fearn, Cathryn Anne

75706

Hale, Matthew David

76535

Keane, Simon John

74108

McKinlay, Andrew Peter

75678

Nuttman, Jacob Patrick

76377

Schiek, Aron Michael

Grant Stevens, Commissioner of Police

Thursday, 22 December 2016 | Featured Notices

LIVESTOCK ACT 1997: SECTION 37

Declaration of a Livestock Standstill in Relation to Decapod Crustaceans (Order Decapoda)
and Polychaete Worms (
Class Polychaeta)

Notice under the Livestock Act 1997 for the purpose of Controlling or Eradicating White Spot Disease

Notice by the Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries

BY virtue of the provisions of the Livestock Act 1997, and for the purpose of controlling or eradicating the declared exotic disease White Spot Disease within the State of South Australia, I, Leon Bignell, MP, Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries do hereby:

Prohibit the entry or importation into South Australia of:

(1)   live or dead crustaceans of the Order Decapoda, including but not limited to prawns, shrimps, crabs and yabbies, and live or dead polychaete worms of the Class Polychaeta, including and not limited to bristle worms, taken from within a 10 kilometre radius of the Global Positioning System point (-27.708185, 153.266235) (this includes crustaceans and polychaete worms originating from any waters within this defined radius including the Logan River in the State of Queensland, or originating from any commercial aquaculture crustacean farm within this defined radius);

(2)   fittings used in connection with cultivation or commercial catch of live or dead crustaceans or polychaete worms described in subclause (1) unless such fittings have been cleaned and disinfected to remove all traces of crustacean and polychaete worm product;

(3)   live or dead crustaceans and polychaete worms that have been in contact with either of the following:

(a)  water that has held live or dead crustaceans or polychaete worms described in subclause (1); or

(b)  fittings that have previously been used in connection with live or dead crustaceans or polychaete worms described in subclause (1) unless such fittings have been cleaned and disinfected to remove all traces of crustaceans and polychaete worms, or crustacean and polychaete worm product in accordance with a protocol approved by the Chief Inspector of Stock duly appointed under the Livestock Act 1997.

    Crustaceans (including but not limited to prawns, shrimps, crabs and yabbies) taken from within a 10 kilometre radius of the Global Positioning System point (-27.708185, 153.266235) may only enter or be imported into South Australia if:

(1)   they first have been processed for human consumption as cooked product;

(2)   they are securely packaged; and

(3)   they are transported directly to a point of sale for human consumption.

    Cooked product means crustaceans which have been cooked in premises approved by and under the control of the relevant state government agency that regulates food safety, to a minimum time and temperature standard where all the protein in the prawn is coagulated and no uncooked meat remains.

    This Notice shall remain in force unless amended or revoked by subsequent Notice.

Dated 20 December 2016.

Leon Bignell, Minister for
Agriculture, Food and Fisheries

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