Western Australia Sample Clauses

Western Australia. Department of Agriculture and Food Rural Business Development Corporation of Western Australia Department of Fisheries Mid West Development Commission Wheatbelt Development Commission Great Southern Development Commission Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions Office of the Information Commissioner Law Reform Commission of Western Australia Equal Opportunity Commission Department of Health Western Australian Electoral Commission Department for Communities Department for Child Protection Disability Services Commission Department of Culture and the Arts Department of Consumer and Employment Protection Department of Indigenous Affairs Department of the Registrar, Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission Department of Education and Training Country High Schools Hostels Authority Curriculum Council of Western Australia Department of Education Services Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority Department of Water Department of Environment and Conservation Swan River Trust Zoological Parks Authority Department of Housing and Works State Supply Commission of Western Australia Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor Department of Local Government and Regional Development Heritage Council of WA National Trust of Australia (WA) Kimberley Development Commission Pilbara Development Commission Gascoyne Development Commission Goldfields Esperance Development Commission Department for Planning and Infrastructure Main Roads Western Australia Western Australian Planning Commission Public Transport Authority Fire and Emergency Services Authority of Western Australia Department of Attorney General Department of Corrective Services Office of the Inspector of Custodial Services Western Australian Police Department of the Premier and Cabinet Goveror's Establishment Office of the Public Sector Standards Commissioner Salaries and Allowances Tribunal Department of Industry and Resources Minerals and Energy Research Institute of Western Australia Western Australian Tourism Commission (Tourism Western Australia) Small Business Development Corporation Rottnest Island Authority Department of Sport and Recreation Western Australian Sports Centre Trust South West Development Commission Department of Treasury and Finance Office of Energy Perth International Centre for Application of Solar Energy Legislative Assembly Legislative Council Office of the Auditor General Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administrative Investigations Corruption and Crime Commission Parliam...
Western Australia. Firearms
Western Australia. A person seeking to carry on business as a real estate or business agent in Western Australia must establish and maintain a registered office in the State. A person seeking to carry on business as a settlement agent (conveyancer) in Western Australia must ordinarily reside in the State. A licensed settlement agent must establish and maintain a registered office in the State.
Western Australia. Provided that in the case of Western Australia employees the long service leave provisions published in Volume 59 of the Western Australian Industrial Gazette of pages 1 to 6 inclusive are hereby incorporated in and shall be deemed to be part of this Agreement.
Western Australia. The South West Native Title Settlement package (more commonly known as the Noongar Agreement) was agreed between representatives of the Noongar Nation and the Western Australian (WA) government in 2015 through Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) processes. The agreement is arguably Australia’s first ‘treaty’ between a government and community in Australia. Legal experts Hobbs & Williams (2018) believe that the Noongar Agreement has both the form and content to constitute a treaty. The agreement included funds of $1.3 billion with annual payments of $50 million into a Noongar Future Fund over 12 years, and a handover of 320,000 hectares of land to Noongar ownership. Former WA Premier, Colin Barnett, signing the Noongar agreement on 8 June 2015. Photo: ABC News The South West Native Title Settlement package was subsequently disputed in the Federal Court by a number of Noongar native title claimants who argued that their interests were excluded in negotiations between the South West Native Title Council and government. This case highlights the importance of consultation processes and intra-community agreement. The incoming Labor Government in WA, elected in 2017, indicated that it may consider a similar Treaty in the Pilbara region, although as at June 2019 there has been no further announcement. Victoria Of all of Australia’s jurisdictions, Victoria has arguably made the most progress in treaty making. The Advancing the Treaty Process with Aboriginal Victorians Bill 2018 (Vic) passed the Victorian Parliament in 2018, and in so doing, establishes a legislative path for formal treaty negotiations with Aboriginal peoples in Victoria. These developments in Victoria followed both the formation of the Traditional Owner Settlement Act 2010 (Vic) and the Right People for Country process. The Victorian government has reported that the consultation process in developing the Advancing the Treaty Process with Aboriginal Victorians Bill 2018 (Vic) involved more than 7,500 Aboriginal community members. The government has placed the following special caveat with regard to definitions of ‘treaty’ (MAAV, 2018, unnumbered): Consistent with the policy of self-determination, the Bill does not specify who Treaty is with or what it will be about. Rather it requires an independent Aboriginal Representative Body and the Victorian Government to work in partnership to facilitate future treaty negotiations. Photo from The Guardian A Treaty Advancement Commissioner in Victoria has been appoint...
Western Australia. In Western Australia, Aboriginal land comprises a mix of tenure arrangements made under various enabling legislation including freehold, leasehold and reserved land managed by or on behalf of Aboriginal people. The amendment to the Native Title Act 1993 helped to clear the way for NPARIH investment in social housing and infrastructure. The Western Australian Government introduced legislative reforms in 2010 to provide secure tenure on public housing on Crown reserves and has subsequently negotiated Housing Management Agreements (HMAs) in remote Indigenous communities, with over 1250 houses covered and more under negotiation. The HMAs enable the Western Australian Government to manage public housing on Aboriginal land by providing a sufficient security of tenure. A related development is the State Activities Funding Agreement (SAFA) between the WA Government and the Kimberley Land Council (KLC), agreed in 2012, leveraging off the KLC’s involvement in securing tenure for housing investment in communities in the Kimberley. The SAFA aims to ensure that government interests and investments in Kimberley communities are delivered through a planned and coordinated process. Housing, community infrastructure, roads, geological surveys, planning and land divestment are included in the scope of the Agreement. The Department of Housing administers the SAFA on behalf of the state and coordinates planning with the KLC, which is funded by the government to manage community consultations, heritage surveys and any broader consultation required.
Western Australia the Construction Contracts Act 2004;
Western Australia. To carry on business in Western Australia as a travel agent, a person must have a principal place of business in the state.
Western Australia. 22.4.1 TOWN PER WEEK Agnew $19.90 Argyle $52.90 Balladonia $20.30 Barrow Island $34.40 Boulder $8.40 Broome $31.90 Bullfinch $9.40 Carnarvon $16.40 Cockatoo Island $35.00 Coolgardie $8.40 Cue $20.40 Dampier $27.80 Denham $16.40 Derby $33.20 Esperance $5.80 Eucla $22.30 Exmouth $29.10 TOWN PER WEEK Fitzroy Crossing $40.30 Goldsworthy $17.30 Halls Creek $46.40 Kalbarri $7.00 Kalgoorlie $8.40 Kambalda $8.40 Karratha $33.30 Koolan Island $35.00 Koolyanobbing $9.40 Kununurra $52.90 Laverton $20.30 Learmonth $29.10 Leinster $19.90 Leonora $20.30 Madura $21.30 Marble Bar $51.10 Meekatharra $17.60 Mount Magnet $22.00 Mundrabilla $21.80 Newman $19.10 Norseman $17.40 Nullagine $51.00 Onslow $34.40 Pannawonica $25.90 Paraburdoo $25.80 Port Hedland $27.60 Ravensthorpe $10.50 Roebourne $38.30 Sandstone $19.90 Shark Bay $16.40 Shay Gap $17.30 Southern Cross $9.40 Telfer $47.10 Teutonic Bore $19.90 Tom Price $25.80 Whim Creek $33.00 Wickham $31.90 Wiluna $20.20 Wittenoom $45.20 Wyndham $49.70