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Thursday, 23 February 2017 | Featured Notices

BOXING AND MARTIAL ARTS ACT 2000
Notice of Rules of Amateur Boxing

TAKE Notice that pursuant to Section 10 of the Boxing and Martial Arts Act 2000, Leon William Kennedy Bignell, Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing 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 Amateur International Boxing Association events to commence operation on 11 February 2017.

    The rules of the AIBA Amateur Boxing are set out below.

Dated 11 February 2017.

Leon William Kennedy Bignell,
 Minister for Recreation and Sport


Amateur International Boxing Association (AIBA)
Rules of Amateur (Olympic) Boxing.

    AIBA Technical Rules 

  • Effective as of 17 November 2016

    AIBA Open Boxing (AOB) Competition Rules 

  • Effective as of 17 November 2016

    AIBA International Boxing Association Anti-Doping Rules

  • Valid from 1 January 2015

    Published by the Amateur International Boxing Association (AIBA)

Thursday, 23 February 2017 | Featured Notices

ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION ACT 1993
Fire-fighting Foams Ban

PURSUANT to Section 28 (3) (b) of the Environment Protection Act 1993 (EP Act), the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) intends to amend the Environment Protection (Water Quality) Policy 2015 (WQ EPP) to include a prohibition on the use of fire-fighting foams containing perfluorinated chemicals; specifically perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS), perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and any chemicals that degrade to PFOS or PFOA. The ban is not proposed to apply to hand-held extinguishers.

    The proposed amendment will be subject to a two-month consultation period. A further notice will be published shortly advising of further information around the draft amendment, an explanatory report and the details of the date and location of the public consultation session.

Dated 23 February 2017.

T. Circelli, Chief Executive,
Environment Protection Authority

 

 

Thursday, 23 February 2017 | Featured Notices

EDUCATION REGULATIONS 2012
Notice of Policy by the Minister for Education and Child Development

PURSUANT to Regulation 60 (2) (a) of the Education Regulations 2012, I, the Minister for Education and Child Development publish the following Capacity Management Plan for the purposes of the enrolment of a child at the East Marden Primary School:

CAPACITY MANAGEMENT PLAN
East Marden Primary School

This Capacity Management Plan sets out the conditions for enrolment at East Marden Primary School (‘the school’).

Capacity of School

The school has an estimated built capacity of 700 students.

Criteria for Enrolment

Year level: Reception

Priority consideration will be given to applications for enrolment from parents of prospective reception students to attend the following school year and whose application is received by the end of week 5, term 3. Places will be offered based on whether any, all or a combination of the following applies:

  • The child is living in the East Marden Primary school zone.
  • The child currently has a sibling attending the school, or a sibling who attended in the previous 12 months.

Applications for enrolment must be lodged prior to the end of week 5, term 3.

The school will notify parents of the outcome of this process by the end of week 6, term 3.

Late applications of students living in the school zone

Families who move into the zone, or who are already living in the zone but lodge their application after the end of week 5,
term 3, will only have their applications considered if or when vacancies exist, with priority consideration afforded to those applicants already on the enrolment register.

In these cases, applications will be considered based on siblings at the school, the length of time the child has lived in the school zone and the distance of the child’s residence from the school.

The school will notify parents by the beginning of week 1, term 4 if a vacancy is available for their child to attend.

If no vacancies exist the applicants will be placed on the enrolment register and referred for enrolment to other neighbouring schools.

Intensive English Language Centre (IELC) students

Any Reception student offered enrolment at the school and who is eligible to attend an Intensive English Language Centre (IELC), will be able to attend the IELC during Reception and begin Year 1 at the school the following year.

Year levels: 1 to 7

Applications for enrolment from parents of prospective students living inside the school zone will be considered if or when vacancies exist, with priority consideration afforded to those applicants already on the enrolment register.

In these cases, applications will be considered based on siblings at the school, the length of time the child has lived in the school zone and the distance of the child’s residence from the school.

The school will notify parents by the beginning of week 1, term 4 if a vacancy is available for their child to attend the following school year.

If no vacancies exist the applicants will be encouraged to remain at their current primary school, or referred for enrolment to other neighbouring schools, and upon an applicant’s request placed on the school’s enrolment register.

Out of zone applications with siblings currently at the school

Applications for enrolment from parents of prospective students, who live outside the school’s zone and have siblings who currently attend the school, will not be considered for enrolment.

International Education Program

No new international students will be offered enrolment at the school.

Special Circumstances

Enrolment for special consideration for compelling or unusual reasons, including but not limited to students under the guardianship of the Minister may be given by the Principal, in consultation with the Education Director. These will be assessed on a case by case basis.

East Marden Primary School zone

A school zone is a geographic area surrounding the school from which the school accepts its core intake of students. East Marden Primary School operates within the following zone:

  • The area bounded by Torrens River, Church Road, Lower North East Road, Payneham Road and OG Road.

A school zone map (guide only) is available at:
https://www.decd.sa.gov.au/sites/g/files/net691/f/east-marden-primary-school-zone.pdf

Enrolment Register

Only applications for enrolment from parents of a child living in the school zone will be placed on the register.

Parents whose child’s name has been placed on the enrolment register will only be contacted if vacancies become available.

The enrolment register will be reviewed and updated annually by the school.

Where a child’s name appears on the register is confidential and will only be disclosed as required by law.

Enrolment Process

All parents are required to complete the school enrolment form and provide the school with a copy of the following:

  • proof of the child’s identity and date of birth;
  • proof of the child’s residential address; and
  • copies of any family law or other relevant court orders.

Upon receipt of the above to the satisfaction of the school the processing of the parents’ enrolment application may begin.

Parents will be invited to attend a pre-enrolment interview or information session with the school once a vacancy is offered.

Monitoring and enforcement

It is the responsibility of the parents applying for enrolment to be able to verify to the satisfaction of the school that the information provided is true and factual.

The Principal is responsible for the implementation of this Capacity Management Plan and all decisions on enrolments.

This Capacity Management Plan will be reviewed annually.

Dated 13 February 2017.

Susan Close, Minister for
Education and Child Development

Thursday, 16 February 2017 | Featured Notices

THE CITY OF WEST TORRENS
Section 246 (4a) of the Local Government Act 1999
Notice of Application of Dogs By-law

THIS notice provides clarification regarding the parks and reserves in the Council’s area in which dogs are prohibited for the purposes of the Council’s Dogs By-law No. 5 of 2010 (the By-law). Specifically, in accordance with the Council’s resolution at its meeting of 17 November 2015, the following areas are currently ‘dog prohibited areas’ for the purposes of Clause 10 of the By-law:

       Clifford Street Reserve, Clifford Street, Torrensville; and 

       those portions of land contained within the fenced playground areas of the following reserves:

       •  Apex Park—Burbridge Road, West Beach
       •  Beare Avenue Reserve—Ramsey Street, Netley
       •  Coast Watchers Reserve—Ashburn Avenue, Fulham
       •  College Grove Reserve—Lipsett Terrace, Brooklyn Park
       •  Cross Terrace Reserve—Cross Terrace, Kurralta Park
       •  Kings Reserve—Thebarton Hub Playground, Ashley Street, Torrensville
       •  Mellor Park (East)—White Avenue and Myzantha Street, Lockleys
       •  Reedbeds Community Centre—Fitch Road, Fulham
       •  Rex Jones Reserve—Allchurch Avenue, North Plympton
       •  Sandringham Reserve—Kinkaid Avenue, North Plympton
       •  Westside Bikeway Reserve—Creslin Terrace, Camden Park

    The Council also resolved at its meeting of 8 December 2015, that the balance of Reedbeds Community Centre Park is a dog-on-leash area for the purposes of Clause 9.1.1 of the By-law.

    Further information regarding the areas described above and dog controls in the Council’s area generally is available on the Council’s website http://www.westtorrens.sa.gov.au and at the Council’s offices at 165 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Hilton during business hours.

T. Buss, Chief Executive Officer

Thursday, 16 February 2017 | Featured Notices

Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Adelaide, 16 February 2017

FOSSIL EMBLEM OF THE STATE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA

IT is hereby notified for public information that the Spriggina Floundersi has been adopted as the fossil emblem of the State of South Australia.

    Given under my hand at Adelaide, 14 February 2017.

Jay Weatherill, Premier

Thursday, 16 February 2017 | 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

THIS notice revokes the notice made by the Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries on 20 December 2016 and published on 22 December 2016.

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 any part of the State of Queensland which is south of latitude 23ºS (this includes crustaceans and polychaete worms originating from any waters south of latitude 23ºS within the State of Queensland, or originating from any commercial aquaculture crustacean farm within Queensland which is south of latitude 23ºS);

      (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 waters in Queensland that are south of latitude 23ºS 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 that 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 14 February 2017.

Leon Bignell, Minister for
Agriculture, Food and Fisheries

Thursday, 9 February 2017 | Featured Notices

Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Adelaide, 9 February 2017

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has revoked the appointment of Kym Winter-Dewhirst as a Clerk of Executive Council effective from 9 February 2017, pursuant to the Letters Patent, Section 68 of the Constitution Act 1934 and the Acts Interpretation Act 1915.

By command,

Ian Hunter, for Premier

DPC17/008CS

Thursday, 9 February 2017 | Featured Notices

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF FRANKLIN HARBOUR
Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991
Road Closure—Lincoln Highway, Cowell

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to Section 10 of the Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991, that the District Council of Franklin Harbour hereby gives notice of its intent to implement a Road Process Order to:

    Close portion of Lincoln Highway and retain the Allotment created, shown delineated as ‘A’ on Preliminary Plan No. 17/0004.

    A copy of the plan and a statement of persons affected are available for public inspection at the office of the Council at 6 Main Street, Cowell and the Adelaide Office of the Surveyor-General during normal office hours, or can be viewed on the Council’s website www.franklinharbour.sa.gov.au.

    Any application for easement or objection must set out the full name, address and details of the submission and must be fully supported by reasons. The application for easement or objection must be made in writing to the Council, P.O. Box 71, Cowell, S.A. 5602, within 28 days of this notice and a copy must be forwarded to the Surveyor-General, G.P.O. Box 1354, Adelaide, S.A. 5001. Where a submission is made, the Council will give notification of a meeting at which the matter will be considered.

Dated 9 February 2017.

C. Smith, Chief Executive Officer

Thursday, 9 February 2017 | Featured Notices

NORTHERN AREAS COUNCIL
Close of Nominations
Supplementary Election of Councillor for Rocky River Ward Nominations Received

AT the close of nominations at 12 noon on Thursday, 2 February 2017, the following people were accepted as candidates and are listed in the order in which they will appear on the ballot paper.

    Councillor for Rocky River Ward—One Vacancy

       Webb, Kathy
       Hawkins-Clarke, Jonathan

Postal Voting

    The election will be conducted by post. Ballot papers and pre-paid envelopes for each voting entitlement will be posted between Tuesday, 14 February 2017 and Monday, 20 February 2017, to every person, or designated person of a body corporate or group listed on the voters roll at roll close on Monday, 19 December 2016. Voting is voluntary.

    A person who has not received voting material by Monday, 20 February 2017 and believes they are entitled to vote should contact the Deputy Returning Officer on (08) 7424 7420.

    Completed voting material must be returned to reach the Returning Officer no later than 12 noon on Monday, 6 March 2017.

    A ballot box will be provided at the Council office, 94 Ayr Street, Jamestown and 14 Fifth Street, Gladstone, for electors wishing to hand deliver their completed voting material during office hours.

Vote Counting Location

    The scrutiny and counting of votes will take place at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, 7 March 2017 at the Electoral Commission of SA, Level 6, 60 Light Square, Adelaide. A provisional declaration will be made at the conclusion of the election count.

Campaign Donations Return

    All candidates must forward a Campaign Donations Return to the Council Chief Executive Officer within 30 days after the conclusion of the election.

D. Gully, Returning Officer

Thursday, 2 February 2017 | Featured Notices

LIGHT REGIONAL COUNCIL
Development Act 1993
Car Parking Fund

NOTICE is hereby given that the Minister for Planning has approved the establishment of a Carparking Fund by the Light Regional Council, pursuant to Section 50A of the Development Act 1993.

Details of the Fund are as follows:

Name of Fund:

Kapunda District Centre Carpark Fund

Designated Area:

The Carpark Fund applies to the following designated area of the Light Regional Council Development Plan:

  • District Centre Zone as delineated on Zone Map Lig/24.

Contribution Rate:

The Council has determined that the contribution rate will be $3750 per car parking space.

B. Carr, Chief Executive Officer

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