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Tuesday, June 20, 2017 | Featured Notices

NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT ACT 2004
Section 106
Notice of Assessment of Quantity of Water Taken when
Meter Readings are Not Used

I, IAN HUNTER, Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation, hereby declare pursuant to Section 106 (3) of the Natural Resources Management Act 2004 (the Act) that, if meter readings are not used, the quantity of water taken during the 2017–2018 water use year will be determined on the basis and the method set out in Schedule 1.

Schedule 1

Basis

    1. For the purpose of Section 106 (1) (c) of the Act, the quantity of water taken will be assessed:

       (a)   on the basis of crop area;

       (b)   if the Minister is satisfied that crop area is not a reasonable basis to determine the quantity of water taken, on the basis of pump capacity;

       (c)   if the Minister is satisfied that pump capacity is not a reasonable basis to determine the quantity of water taken, on the basis of historical usage;

       (d)   if the Minister is satisfied that historical usage is not a reasonable basis to determine the quantity of water taken, on the basis of usage data; or

       (e)   if the Minister is satisfied that usage data is not a reasonable basis to determine the quantity of water taken, on the basis of the water allocation.

    2. Where the Minister has granted an exemption from the requirement to install a meter on a water source, the quantity of water taken will be assessed on the basis of the water allocation.

Method

    3. The method that will be used in assessing the quantity of water on the basis of crop area will be as follows:

       The estimation of water requirements for crops will be based on the methodology in Crop Evaporation—Guidelines for Computing Crop Water Requirements—Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations Irrigation and Drainage Paper 56 (Allen, Pereira et al, 1998, ISBN No 92-5-104219-5). Local data (including rainfall and evaporation data) will be used in the estimation of the quantity of water taken. Water usage to account for irrigation system efficiency and for specific crop production process will be added where appropriate.

    4. The method that will be used in assessing the quantity of water on the basis of pump capacity will be as follows:

       Details of the duration of pumping and the normal operating capacity of the pump used to take water will be used to determine the quantity of water taken. The duration of pumping will be multiplied by the normal operating capacity of the pump.

       The maximum capacity of the pump will be used if the Minister is satisfied that the normal operating capacity of the pump is not a reasonable basis to determine the quantity of water taken.

    5. The method that will be used in assessing the quantity of water on the basis of historical usage will be as follows:

       The average of metered usage over the preceding two water use years, providing that the Minister is satisfied that the water was being used during that period for a similar purpose and in a similar manner, and is a reliable estimate of the quantity of water taken.

    6. The method that will be used in assessing the quantity of water on the basis of usage data will be as follows:

       Details of the usage data (including system operating times and flow rates, and/or the number of transfer tanks or dams filled used to take water) from the infrastructure used.

    This notice has effect in relation to the financial year commencing on 1 July 2017.

Dated 15 June 2017.

Ian Hunter, Minister for Sustainability,
Environment and Conservation

Tuesday, June 20, 2017 | Featured Notices

DEFAMATION ACT 2005
Declaration under Section 33 (3)

I, JOHN RAU, Attorney-General, being the Minister to whom administration of the Defamation Act 2005 is committed, hereby declare in accordance with sub-section (3) of Section 33 of the Defamation Act 2005, that on and from 1 July 2017 the maximum amount of damages that may be awarded for non-economic loss in defamation proceedings shall be three hundred and eighty nine thousand five hundred dollars ($389 500).

Dated 14 May 2017.

John Rau, Attorney-General

CSO 13/0433

Tuesday, June 20, 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 Felixstow Community School:

CAPACITY MANAGEMENT PLAN
Felixstow Community School

    This Capacity Management Plan sets out the conditions for enrolment at Felixstow Community School (‘the school’).

Capacity of School

    The school has a current estimated built capacity of 110 students.

School Enrolment Limit

    The number of students entering at Reception in any given year is limited to 15 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.

    If applications for enrolment exceed places available by the end of week 5, term 3, places will be offered based on whether all or a combination of the following applies:

  • the child has siblings currently enrolled in the school;
  • the distance of the child’s residence from the school;
  • if the child currently attends an associated program at the school—e.g. playgroup; and
  • any other personal needs, such as transportation, curriculum and social/family links.

    The school will notify parents of the outcome of this process by the end of week 6, term 3. Unsuccessful applicants will be placed on the enrolment register.

Late applications of students

    Families who apply for enrolment 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.

    If no vacancies exist the applicants will be encouraged to approach a primary school nearby to the child’s residence, and upon an applicant’s request placed on the school’s enrolment register.

Year Levels: 1 to 7

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

    In these cases, places will be offered based on siblings at the school, the distance of the child’s residence from the school and other personal needs.

    The school will notify parents by the end 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 a primary school nearby to the child’s residence, and upon an applicant’s request placed on the school’s enrolment register.

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.

School Zone

    Felixstow Community School does not operate a school zone, and is considered an alternative schooling choice that is committed to the participation of a community environment, where teachers, parents, students and extended community work together as partners in learning.

Enrolment Register

    Parents whose child’s name has been placed on the register will only be contacted if or when 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 becomes available.

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 8 June 2017.

Susan Close, Minister for
Education and Child Development

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 | Featured Notices

GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES ACT 1991
Notice of Intent to Assign a Name to a Place

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of the above Act, that the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure seeks public comment on a proposal to assign the name Anna Rennie Path to that feature located on Jenkins Street and Unnamed Road, located at New Port and Port Adelaide, as shown highlighted pink on the plan available at the link below.

    Submissions in writing regarding this proposal may be lodged with the Surveyor-General, G.P.O. Box 1354, Adelaide, S.A. 5001, within one month of the publication of this notice.

    This naming proposal can be viewed on the Land Services website located at: www.sa.gov.au/landservices/namingproposals.

Dated 13 June 2017.

A. Falkenberg, Acting Surveyor-General,
Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 | Featured Notices

FIREARMS ACT 1977
Notice Under Section 21C—Recognised Firearms Clubs

PURSUANT to the Firearms Act 1977, I the Honourable Peter Malinauskas, the Minister of the Crown to whom the administration of the Firearms Act 1977, herein after referred to as the ‘said Act’ is for the time being committed by the Governor, as a result of change to their name and constitution, the club mentioned in the Second Schedule, previously recognised in Government Gazette notices referred to in the First Schedule is a recognised firearms club for the purposes of the said Act.

First Schedule

    Gazette Reference:

       SA Field and Game Association Waikerie—Lowbank Region Incorporated, dated 22 May 1980, page 1375.

Second Schedule

    Waikerie Field and Game Association Incorporated

Dated 30 March 2017.

Peter Malinauskas, Minister for Police

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 | Featured Notices

LAND TAX ACT 1936
Land Tax Thresholds for the 2017-2018 Financial Year

I, GRAEME ROBERT JACKSON, the Commissioner of State Taxation, as required by Section 8A (7) of the Land Tax Act 1936, hereby give notice that the land tax thresholds that will apply with respect to the 2017-2018 financial year are:

       Threshold A      $353 000;

       Threshold B      $647 000;

       Threshold C      $941 000; and

       Threshold D     $1 176 000.

Dated 7 June 2017.

G. Jackson, Commissioner of State Taxation

Thursday, June 8, 2017 | Featured Notices

NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE (BREAKAWAYS
CONSERVATION PARK) REGULATIONS 2013
Partial Closure of Kanku-Breakaways Conservation Park

PURSUANT to Regulation 19 (3) (d) of the National Parks and Wildlife (Breakaways Conservation Park) Regulations 2013, I, Chevahn Hoad, as Executive Officer, Kanku-Breakaways Conservation Park, authorised delegate of the Kanku-Breakaways Conservation Park Co-management Board, close to the public (excluding participants and support vehicles of the Great Kanku- Breakaways Marathon), the portion of the Kanku-Breakaways Conservation Park from the turnoff behind Lookout 1 to the Kempe Road and Breakaways Road intersection, from 8.30 a.m. on Saturday, 10 June 2017 until 1 p.m. on Saturday, 10 June 2017.

    The purpose of the closure is to ensure the safety of the participants and support crews in the Great Kanku-Breakaways Conservation Park Marathon during the period indicated.

Dated 5 June 2017.

C. Hoad, Executive Officer,
Kanku-Breakaways Conservation Park

Thursday, June 8, 2017 | Featured Notices

CITY OF CHARLES STURT
Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991
Road Closure—Kiln Drive, Brompton

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Section 10 of the Act, that the council proposes to make a Road Process Order to close and transfer to the adjoining owner a portion of Kiln Drive adjoining Allotment 35 in Deposited Plan 75077 as marked ‘A’ on Preliminary Plan No. 17/0036.

    A copy of the plan and statement of persons affected are available for public inspection at the Council office, 72 Woodville Road, Woodville and the office of the Surveyor-General, 101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, during normal office hours.

    Any application for easement or objections must set out the full name, address and details of the submission and must be fully supported by reasons.

    Any application for easement or objections must be made in writing within 28 days of this notice to the Council, P.O. Box 1, Woodville, S.A. 5011 and the Surveyor-General, G.P.O. Box 1354, Adelaide, S.A. 5001, setting out full details. Where a submission is made, council will give notification of a meeting at which the matter will be considered.

Dated 6 June 2017.

P. Sutton, Chief Executive Officer

Wednesday, June 7, 2017 | Featured Notices

PROOF OF SUNRISE AND SUNSET ACT 1923
—ALMANAC FOR JULY, AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER 2017

PURSUANT to the requirements of the Proof of Sunrise and Sunset Act 1923, I, Michael Francis Deegan, Chief Executive, Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure, at the direction of the Honourable the Minister for Transport, publish in the Schedule hereto an almanac setting out the times of sunrise and sunset on every day for the three calendar months of July, August and September 2017.

Dated at Adelaide, 1 June 2017.

M. F. Deegan, Chief Executive, Department of Planning,

The Schedule

       Times of sunrise and sunset during the months of July, August and September 2017 for Adelaide: latitude 34°56¢S, longitude 138°36¢E, GMT + 9.50 hours (Daylight saving GMT + 10.50 hours).

Month

July

August

September

Date

Sunrise
hr min

Sunset
hr min

Sunrise
hr min

Sunset
hr min

Sunrise
hr min

Sunset
hr min

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31............................................

07 24

07 24

07 24

07 24

07 24

07 24

07 23

07 23

07 23

07 23

07 22

07 22

07 22

07 21

07 21

07 21

07 20

07 20

07 19

07 19

07 18

07 17

07 17

07 16

07 16

07 15

07 14

07 13

07 13

07 12

07 11

17 15

17 15

17 16

17 16

17 17

17 17

17 18

17 18

17 19

17 19

17 20

17 20

17 21

17 22

17 22

17 23

17 24

17 24

17 25

17 26

17 26

17 27

17 28

17 28

17 29

17 30

17 30

17 31

17 32

17 33

17 33

07 10

07 09

07 08

07 08

07 07

07 06

07 05

07 04

07 03

07 02

07 01

07 00

06 58

06 57

06 56

06 55

06 54

06 53

06 52

06 50

06 49

06 47

06 47

06 46

06 44

06 43

06 42

06 40

06 39

06 38

06 36

17 34

17 35

17 36

17 36

17 37

17 38

17 38

17 39

17 40

17 41

17 41

17 42

17 43

17 44

17 44

17 45

17 46

17 47

17 47

17.48

17 49

17 49

17 50

17 51

17 52

17 52

17 53

17 54

17 55

17 55

17 56

06 35

06 34

06 32

06 31

06 30

06 28

06 27

06 25

06 24

06 23

06 21

06 20

06 18

06 17

06 16

06 14

06 13

06 11

06 10

06 08

06 07

06 05

06 04

06 03

06 01

06 00

05 58

05 57

05 55

05 54

 

17 57

17 57

17 58

17 59

18 00

18 00

18 01

18 02

18 02

18 03

18 04

18 05

18 05

18 06

18 07

18 07

18 08

18 09

18 10

18 10

18 11

18 12

18 13

18 13

18 14

18 15

18 16

18 16

18 17

18 18

 

       *Note: Daylight saving time is subject to change.

       Sunrise and Sunset times calculated on 17 November 2016.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 | Featured Notices

VALUATION OF LAND ACT 1971
Notice of General Valuation

PURSUANT to the Valuation of Land Act 1971, notice is hereby given that I have made a general valuation of all land within the following areas:

City of Adelaide

Adelaide Hills Council

Adelaide Plains Council

Alexandrina Council

The Barossa Council

District Council of Barunga West

The Berri Barmera Council

City of Burnside

City of Campbelltown

District Council of Ceduna

City of Charles Sturt

Clare & Gilbert Valleys Council

District Council of Cleve

District Council of Coober Pedy

The Coorong District Council

District Council of the Copper Coast

District Council of Elliston

The Flinders Ranges Council

District Council of Franklin Harbour

Town of Gawler

Regional Council of Goyder

District Council of Grant

City of Holdfast Bay

Kangaroo Island Council

District Council of Karoonda East Murray

District Council of Kimba

Kingston District Council

Light Regional Council

District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula

District Council of Loxton Waikerie

City of Marion

Mid Murray Council

City of Mitcham

Mount Barker District Council

City of Mount Gambier

District Council of Mount Remarkable

The Rural City of Murray Bridge

Naracoorte Lucindale Council

Northern Areas Council

City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters

City of Onkaparinga

District Council of Orroroo Carrieton

District Council of Peterborough

City of Playford

City of Port Adelaide Enfield

City of Port Augusta

City of Port Lincoln

Port Pirie Regional Council

City of Prospect

Renmark Paringa Council

District Council of Robe

Roxby Downs Council

City of Salisbury

Southern Mallee District Council

District Council of Streaky Bay

District Council of Tatiara

City of Tea Tree Gully

District Council of Tumby Bay

City of Unley

City of Victor Harbor

Wakefield Regional Council

Town of Walkerville

Wattle Range Council

City of West Torrens

City of Whyalla

Wudinna District Council

District Council of Yankalilla

Yorke Peninsula Council

Un-incorporated areas of the state

    The values are assigned as at 1 January 2017 and will come into force at midnight on 30 June 2017.

Dated 30 May 2017.

D. Lanzilli, Valuer-General

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