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CONTENTS PART 1 Page Bills of Sale Act 1899Bills of Sale (Fees) Amendment Regulations 2010 ...................................................................... 2843 Builders Registration Act 1939Builders Registration Amendment Regulations 2010 ................................................ 2856 Country Areas Water Supply Act 1947Country Areas Water Supply Amendment By-laws 2010 ............................... 2884 Dangerous Goods Safety Act 2004 Dangerous Goods Safety (Explosives) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010.......................................................... 2875 Dangerous Goods Safety (Goods in Ports) Amendment Regulations 2010 ............................................................... 2878 Dangerous Goods Safety (Major Hazard Facilities) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 .................................... 2874 Dangerous Goods Safety (Road and Rail Transport of Non-explosives) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 ..... 2873 Dangerous Goods Safety (Security Risk Substances) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010.................................. 2877 Dangerous Goods Safety (Storage and Handling of Non-explosives) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010.......... 2872 Debt Collectors Licensing Act 1964Debt Collectors Licensing Amendment Regulations 2010 .................................... 2844 Dividing Fences Act 1961 Shire of NorthamFencing Amendment Local Law 2010 .................................................. 2870 Electricity Act 1945Electricity (Licensing) Amendment Regulations 2010................................................................... 2864 Employment Agents Act 1976Employment Agents Amendment Regulations 2010 ..................................................... 2845 Fair Trading Act 1987Fair Trading (Product Safety Standard) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 ...................... 2858 Fines, Penalties and Infringement Notices Enforcement Act 1994Fines, Penalties and Infringement Notices Enforcement Amendment Regulations 2010.................................................................................................................. 2869 Gas Standards Act 1972Gas Standards (Gasfitting and Consumer Gas Installations) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 2865 Gas Supply (Gas Quality Specifications) Act 2009 Gas Supply (Gas Quality Specifications) (Griffin Joint Venture) Exemption Order 2010 ........................................ 2867 Gas Supply (Gas Quality Specifications) PIA Pipeline Declaration (DBNGP) 2010.................................................. 2866 Land Valuers Licensing Act1978Land Valuers Licensing Amendment Regulations 2010 ........................................... 2847 Local Government Act 1995Shire of NorthamFencing Amendment Local Law 2010 ............................................... 2870 Metropolitan Water Supply, Sewerage, and Drainage Act 1909Metropolitan Water Supply, Sewerage and Drainage Amendment By-laws (No. 2) 2010.................................................................................................................. 2883 Mines Safety and Inspection Act 1994Mines Safety and Inspection Amendment Regulations 2010........................... 2871 Motor Vehicle Dealers Act 1973Motor Vehicle Dealers (Licensing) Amendment Regulations 2010 ............................ 2848 Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984Occupational Safety and Health Amendment Regulations (No. 3) 2010 ... 2885 Painters Registration Act 1961Painters Registration Board Amendment Rules (No. 2) 2010.................................... 2855 Rates and Charges (Rebates and Deferments) Act 1992Rates and Charges (Rebates and Deferments) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010................................................................................................................................................. 2880 Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978Real Estate and Business Agents (General) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 2851 Settlement Agents Act 1981Settlement Agents Amendment Regulations 2010 ........................................................... 2852 Taxation Administration Act 2003Taxation Administration Amendment Regulations 2010....................................... 2879 Travel Agents Act 1985Travel Agents Amendment Regulations 2010.......................................................................... 2853 Water Services Licensing Act 1995Water Services Licensing (Plumbers Licensing and Plumbing Standards) Amendment Regulations 2010........................................................................................................................................ 2881 PART 2 Agriculture and Food .......................................................................................................................................................... 2887 Deceased Estates................................................................................................................................................................. 2898 Education............................................................................................................................................................................. 2887 Energy.................................................................................................................................................................................. 2889 Health .................................................................................................................................................................................. 2890 Heritage ............................................................................................................................................................................... 2890 Local Government ............................................................................................................................................................... 2891 Marine/Maritime ................................................................................................................................................................. 2891 Minerals and Petroleum...................................................................................................................................................... 2893 Planning .............................................................................................................................................................................. 2895 Premier and Cabinet ........................................................................................................................................................... 2896 Racing, Gaming and Liquor ................................................................................................................................................ 2896 Transport ............................................................................................................................................................................. 2897 !201000112GG! 2841 PERTH, FRIDAY, 25 JUNE 2010 No. 112 PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY JOHN A. STRIJK, GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT 3.30 PM STATE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA WESTERN AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT ISSN 1448-949X PRINT POST APPROVED PP665002/00041 IMPORTANT COPYRIGHT NOTICE State of Western Australia This work is copyright. Apart from any use as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, no part may be reproduced by any process without written permission from the Attorney General for Western Australia. Inquiries in the first instance should be directed to the Government Printer, State Law Publisher, 10 William St, Perth 6000. PUBLISHING DETAILS The Western Australian Government Gazette is published by State Law Publisher for the State of Western Australia on Tuesday and Friday of each week unless disrupted by Public Holidays or unforeseen circumstances. Special Government Gazettes containing notices of an urgent or particular nature are published periodically. The following guidelines should be followed to ensure publication in the Government Gazette. Material submitted to the Executive Council prior to gazettal will require a copy of the signed Executive Council Minute Paper and in some cases the Parliamentary Counsels Certificate. Copy must be lodged with the Sales and Editorial Section, State Law Publisher no later than 12 noon on Wednesday (Friday edition) or 12 noon on Friday (Tuesday edition). Delivery address: State Law Publisher Ground Floor, 10 William St. Perth, 6000 Telephone: 9426 0000 Fax: 9321 7536 Inquiries regarding publication of notices can be directed to the Editor on (08) 9426 0010. Lengthy or complicated notices should be forwarded early to allow for preparation. Failure to observe this request could result in the notice being held over. If it is necessary through isolation or urgency to fax copy, confirmation is not required by post. If original copy is forwarded later and published, the cost will be borne by the advertiser. ADVERTISING RATES AND PAYMENTS EFFECTIVE FROM 1 JULY 2010 (Prices include GST). Deceased Estate notices, (per estate)$27.15 Articles in Public Notices Section$63.50 minimum charge (except items of an exceptionally large nature. In these instances arrangements will be made for pricing the notice at time of lodging). All other Notices Per Column Centimetre$12.70 Bulk Notices$231.80 per page Clients who have an account will only be invoiced for charges over $50. For charges under $50, clients will need to supply credit card details at time of lodging notice (i.e. notice under 5cm would not be invoiced). Clients without an account will need to supply credit card details or pay at time of lodging the notice. PART 1 COMMERCE CO301* Bills of Sale Act 1899 Bills of Sale (Fees) Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Bills of Sale (Fees) Amendment Regulations 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Bills of Sale (Fees) Regulations 1983. 4. Regulation 3 replaced Delete regulation 3 and insert: 3. Fees The following fees are prescribed for the purposes of the Bills of Sale Act 1899 $ (a) Registration or renewal of registration of a bill of sale ...................................... 30.80 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2843 $ (b) On entering satisfaction (including fee for filing the affidavit of execution) ..... 13.20 (c) Lodging of an application under section 13A of the Act (including supporting affidavit) .............................16.50 (d) Inspection of the documents kept by the Registrar as to an individual registration ...........................................29.80 (e) Copy (certified or uncertified) or an extract of an individual registration or an affidavit first page ...............................................26.40 each subsequent page ............................ 4.40 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. CO302* Debt Collectors Licensing Act 1964 Debt Collectors Licensing Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Debt Collectors Licensing Amendment Regulations 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 2844 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Debt Collectors Licensing Regulations 1964. 4. Regulation 4 replaced Delete regulation 4 and insert: 4. Fees The following fees are payable for the matters specified $ For the issue or renewal of a licence .............. 500 For the transfer of a licence ............................ 281 For a duplicate licence .................................... 30.75 For an inspection of the register kept under section 12 of the Act ....................................... 10.20 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. CO303* Employment Agents Act 1976 Employment Agents Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Employment Agents Amendment Regulations 2010. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2845 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Employment Agents Regulations 1976. 4. Regulation 10 amended In regulation 10(1) delete the Table and insert: Table $ Grant of a general licence for a period not exceeding the prescribed period ...................... 1 410.00 Renewal of a general licence for a period not exceeding the prescribed period ...................... 1 050.00 Grant of a restricted licence for a period not exceeding the prescribed period ...................... 1 410.00 Renewal of a restricted licence for a period not exceeding the prescribed period ................ 1 050.00 Renewal of a general or a restricted licence for a period of 3 years ...................................... 1 050.00 Application for an interim licence ................... 32.50 Duplicate licence ............................................. 55.00 Application for transfer of licence under section 19(6) of the Act ................................... 64.50 Inspection of record under section 51 of the Act .............................................................. 12.50 Inspection of the Register ................................ 24.60 Copy (certified or uncertified) of an individual registration in the Register first page ................................................. 24.60 each subsequent page ............................. 5.00 2846 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 $ Copy (certified or uncertified) of all registrations in the Register .............................. 324.00 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. CO304* Land Valuers Licensing Act 1978 Land Valuers Licensing Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Land Valuers Licensing Amendment Regulations 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Land Valuers Licensing Regulations 1979. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2847 4. Schedule 1 replaced Delete Schedule 1 and insert: Schedule 1 Fees [r. 4, 5A] $ 1. Fee for a licence (period of 3 years) ........................ 702.00 2. Fee for renewal of licence ....................................... 702.00 3. Fee for duplicate licence ......................................... 30.75 4. Fee to inspect register .............................................. 10.20 5. Fee for certificate as to an individual registration in the register first page .................................................................. 10.20 each subsequent page .............................................. 2.00 6. Fee for certificate as to all registrations in the register ..................................................................... 125.00 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. CO305* Motor Vehicle Dealers Act 1973 Motor Vehicle Dealers (Licensing) Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Motor Vehicle Dealers (Licensing) Amendment Regulations 2010. 2848 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Motor Vehicle Dealers (Licensing) Regulations 1974. 4. Third Schedule amended In the Third Schedule delete the Table and insert: Table Item Description $ 1. Application for a dealers licence or renewal of a dealers licence for the period prescribed by regulation 6A (a) if the dealer only specifies single premises to be authorised under section 20E(5) in relation to the licence ...1 468.00 (b) if the dealer specifies 2 or more premises to be authorised under section 20E(5) ..........................................734.00 plus, in respect of each further premises to be authorised under section 20E(5) in relation to the licence, a further .........................................734.00 2. Application under section 20F in respect of alteration of premises ....................................... 122.00 3. Application under section 20F in respect of each added premises ......................................... 734.00 4. Application for a temporary permit under section 20H ....................................................... 48.75 5. Application for yard managers licence or renewal of yard managers licence for the period prescribed by regulation 6A ..................374.00 6. Application for salespersons licence or renewal of salespersons licence for the period prescribed by regulation 6A ..................254.00 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2849 Item Description $ 7. Application for car market operators registration or renewal of car market operators registration (a) if the operator only specifies single premises to be authorised under section 21A(5) in relation to the registration ................................................1 468.00 (b) if the operator specifies 2 or more premises to be authorised under section 21A(5) in relation to the registration ................................................734.00 plus, in respect of each further premises to be authorised under section 21A(5) in relation to the registration, a further ...................................734.00 8. Application under section 21B in respect of alteration of premises ........................................ 122.00 9. Application under section 21B in respect of each added premises ......................................... 734.00 10. Application for certificate of exemption from the Act under section 31(1) ............................... 122.00 11. Application for temporary authorisation under section 16(2) or 17(2) ............................. 48.75 12. Individual dealer change to firm .................. 122.00 13. Individual dealer change to body corporate ........................................................... 122.00 14. Firm change to sole proprietor ..................... 122.00 15. Firm change to body corporate .................... 122.00 16. Body corporate change to individual or firm .... 122.00 17. Duplicate licence .............................................. 39.25 18. Copy (certified or uncertified) or an extract of an individual registration in the register kept under section 24 first page ........................................................... 17.80 each subsequent page ........................................ 3.50 19. Copy (certified or uncertified) or an extract of all registrations in the register kept under section 24 ..........................................................226.00 2850 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 Item Description $ 20. Inspection of register kept under section 24 ..... 17.80 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. CO306* Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978 Real Estate and Business Agents (General) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Real Estate and Business Agents (General) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Real Estate and Business Agents (General) Regulations 1979. 4. Schedule 1 amended Amend the provisions listed in the Table as set out in the Table. Table Provision Delete Insert Sch. 1 it. 1 $62.50 $64.00 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2851 Provision Delete Insert Sch. 1 it. 2 $654.00 $668.00 Sch. 1 it. 3 $856.00 $874.00 Sch. 1 it. 4 $856.00 $874.00 Sch. 1 it. 5 $421.00 $430.00 Sch. 1 it. 6 $168.80 $172.00 Sch. 1 it. 7 $138.00 $141.00 Sch. 1 it. 10 $290.00 $296.00 Sch. 1 it. 11 $198.00 $202.00 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. CO307* Settlement Agents Act 1981 Settlement Agents Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Settlement Agents Amendment Regulations 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 2852 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Settlement Agents Regulations 1982. 4. Schedule 1 amended Amend the provisions listed in the Table as set out in the Table. Table Provision Delete Insert Sch. 1 it. 1 $654.00 $668.00 Sch. 1 it. 2 $856.00 $874.00 Sch. 1 it. 3 $856.00 $874.00 Sch. 1 it. 4 $421.00 $430.00 Sch. 1 it. 7 $140.00 $143.00 Sch. 1 it. 8 $198.00 $202.00 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. CO308* Travel Agents Act 1985 Travel Agents Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Travel Agents Amendment Regulations 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2853 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Travel Agents Regulations 1986. 4. Regulation 6 amended In regulation 6 amend the provisions listed in the Table as set out in the Table. Table Provision Delete Insert r. 6(1)(a) $1 073 $1 095 r. 6(1)(a) $225 $230 r. 6(1)(b) $1 073 $1 095 r. 6(1)(b) $225 $230 r. 6(1)(c) $1 581 $1 615 r. 6(1)(c) $225 $230 r. 6(2) $2 250 $2 300 5. Regulation 11A amended In regulation 11A amend the provisions listed in the Table as set out in the Table. Table Provision Delete Insert r. 11A(1)(a)(i) $1 073 $1 095 r. 11A(1)(a)(i) $225 $230 r. 11A(1)(a)(ii) $1 073 $1 095 r. 11A(1)(a)(ii) $225 $230 r. 11A(2)(a) $1 581 $1 615 r. 11A(2)(a) $225 $230 r. 11A(3)(a) $2 250 $2 300 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. 2854 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 CO309* Painters Registration Act 1961 Painters Registration Board Amendment Rules (No. 2) 2010 Made by the Painters Registration Board with the approval of the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These rules are the Painters Registration Board Amendment Rules (No. 2) 2010. 2. Commencement These rules come into operation as follows (a) rules 1 and 2 on the day on which these rules are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the rules on 1 July 2010. 3. Rules amended These rules amend the Painters Registration Board Rules 1962. 4. Third Appendix replaced Delete the Third Appendix and insert: Third Appendix Fees [r. 13] The following fees are prescribed for the purposes of these rules $ 1. For examination 6.30 2. For application for registration (a) companies 120.00 (b) individuals 120.00 (c) partnerships 92.00 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2855 $ 3. For annual registration fee (a) companies 346.00 (b) individuals 230.00 (c) partnerships 142.00 4. For any certificate 11.00 Passed by a resolution of the Painters Registration Board at a meeting held on 28 May 2010. The Common Seal of the ) Painters Registration Board ) was affixed at the time of the ) resolution in the presence of: ) MARK CUOMO, Chairman. KIM FAIR, Secretary. Approved by the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. CO310* Builders Registration Act 1939 Builders Registration Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Builders Registration Board of Western Australia and approved by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Builders Registration Amendment Regulations 2010. 2856 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Builders Registration Regulations. 4. Second Appendix amended Amend the provisions listed in the Table as set out in the Table. Table Provision Delete Insert Second Appendix it. 1 275 280 Second Appendix it. 4 264 269 Second Appendix it. 5 264 269 Second Appendix it. 6 199 203 Second Appendix it. 7 264 269 Second Appendix it. 9 248 339 771 253 346 787 The Common Seal of the ) Builders Registration Board ) of Western Australia was ) affixed in the presence of: ) MARK CUOMO. KIM FAIR. Approved by the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2857 CONSUMER PROTECTION CE301* Fair Trading Act 1987 Fair Trading (Product Safety Standard) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Fair Trading (Product Safety Standard) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Fair Trading (Product Safety Standard) Regulations 2001. 4. Part 7 replaced Delete Part 7 and insert: Part 7 Vehicle jacks 25. Term used: specific vehicle jack In this Part specific vehicle jack means a vehicle jack with a nominated capacity of up to and including 8 tonnes manufactured before 1 July 2011 which is (a) limited in its application to a specific vehicle or model or model designation of vehicle; and (b) intended to be used to lift the specific vehicle or model or model designation of vehicle at only the specific engagement points; and 2858 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 (c) supplied for use (i) with the specific vehicle or model or model designation of vehicle referred to in paragraph (a); or (ii) as a replacement for the original vehicle jack supplied with the specific vehicle or model or model designation of vehicle referred to in paragraph (a). 26. Application This Part applies to vehicle jacks with a nominated capacity of up to and including 8 tonnes. 27A. Product safety standard for vehicle jacks prior to 1 July 2011 Prior to 1 July 2011, the product safety standard for a vehicle jack consists of (a) the standard set out in Schedule 5 Division 1 clause 1, as varied by Schedule 5 Division 2 Subdivision 1; or (b) the standard set out in Schedule 5 Division 1 clause 2, as varied by Schedule 5 Division 2 Subdivision 2; or (c) the standard set out in Schedule 5 Division 1 clause 3A, as varied by Schedule 5 Division 2 Subdivision 3. 27B. Product safety standard for vehicle jacks on and after 1 July 2011 (1) On and from 1 July 2011 the product safety standard for a vehicle jack, other than a specific vehicle jack, consists of the standard set out in Schedule 5 Division 1 clause 3A, as varied by Schedule 5 Division 2 Subdivision 3. (2) On and from 1 July 2011 the product safety standard for a specific vehicle jack consists of (a) the standard set out in Schedule 5 Division 1 clause 1, as varied by Schedule 5 Division 2 Subdivision 1; or (b) the standard set out in Schedule 5 Division 1 clause 2, as varied by Schedule 5 Division 2 Subdivision 2; or (c) the standard set out in Schedule 5 Division 1 clause 3A, as varied by Schedule 5 Division 2 Subdivision 3. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2859 5. Regulation 92 amended In regulation 92 delete childrens toys means goods and insert: In this Part childrens toys means goods 6. Part 37 inserted After Part 36 insert: Part 37 Childrens toys containing magnets 94. Product safety standard for childrens toys containing magnets The product safety standard for toys to which this Part applies consists of the standard set out in Schedule 25 Division 1 as varied by Schedule 25 Division 2. 95. Application of this Part (1) This Part applies to products supplied new that are designed or clearly intended for use in play by children under the age of 14 years. (2) This Part does not apply to (a) sporting goods; (b) camping goods; (c) bicycles; (d) home and public playground equipment; (e) trampolines; (f) electronic game units; (g) models powered by combustion or steam engines; (h) fashion jewellery. 7. Schedule 5 Division 1 amended (1) In Schedule 5 Division 1 clause 2 delete on 20 March 2003. and insert: on 28 February 2003. 2860 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 (2) At the end of Schedule 5 Division 1 insert: 3A. AS/NZS 2693:2007 Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 2693:2007 Vehicle Jacks, approved by Standards Australia on 15 November 2006. 8. Schedule 5 Division 2 amended (1) At the beginning of Schedule 5 Division 2 Subdivision 1 insert: 3B. Clause 1 Delete clause 1 and insert: 1 SCOPE This Standard specifies requirements for the design, construction, performance and labelling of jacks with a nominated capacity of up to and including 8 tonnes, which are designed to raise vehicles. It does not include devices that raise an entire vehicle. NOTE: A summary of requirements according to vehicle jack type is given in Appendix A. (2) At the beginning of Schedule 5 Division 2 Subdivision 2 insert: 4A. Clause 1 Delete clause 1 and insert: 1 SCOPE This Standard specifies requirements for the design, construction, performance and labelling of jacks with a nominated capacity of up to and including 8 tonnes, which are designed to raise vehicles. It does not include devices that raise an entire vehicle. NOTE: A summary of requirements according to vehicle jack type is given in Appendix A. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2861 9. Schedule 5 Division 2 Subdivision 3 inserted After Schedule 5 Division 2 Subdivision 2 insert: Subdivision 3 Variations to AS/NZS 2693:2007 9. Clause 1 Delete clause 1 and insert: 1 SCOPE This Standard specifies requirements for the design, construction, performance and labelling of jacks with a nominated capacity of up to and including 8 tonnes, which are designed to raise vehicles. It does not include devices that raise an entire vehicle. NOTE: A summary of requirements according to vehicle jack type is given in Appendix A. 10. Clause 6.3 Delete clause 6.3. 11. Clause 6.7(c) In clause 6.7(c) delete the words using an operating force not exceeding that specified in Clause 6.3. 12. Clause 7.1.2(f) Delete clause 7.1.2(f) and insert: (f) Warning advice against getting under a vehicle that is supported by a jack, which may be a pictogram form of the warning advice where the pictogram shows either a (i) cross; or (ii) circle with a slash, through a side view of a person, who is lying on the ground and partially or wholly underneath a side view of a vehicle, which is supported by a jack. Examples of such pictograms are provided below: Example 1 Example 2 2862 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 13. Clause 8.3(a) In clause 8.3(a) delete the words general and specific purpose jacks and insert: general purpose and specific vehicle jacks 14. Appendix F (1) In Appendix F clause F3(h) delete Do not exceed the operating force specified in Clause 6.3.. (2) In Appendix F clause F4(c) delete without exceeding the operating force specified in Clause 6.3. 10. Schedule 25 inserted After Schedule 24 insert: Schedule 25 Standard for childrens toys containing magnets [r. 94] Division 1 Standard for childrens toys containing magnets 1. AS/NZS ISO 8124.1:2002 Clause 4.28 of Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS ISO 8124.1:2002, Safety of toys Part 1 Safety aspects related to mechanical and physical properties, published by Standards Australia on 16 May 2002 including Amendment 2 to AS/NZS ISO 8124.1 published by Standards Australia on 20 February 2009, and the following clauses as referenced by clause 4.28 (a) Clause 3; (b) Clause 4.1 first paragraph only; (c) Clause 5.24.1 first paragraph only; (d) Clauses 5.24.2, 5.24.3, 5.24.5, 5.24.6.1, 5.24.7, omitting the last paragraph of each of these clauses; (e) Clause 5.25 and Figure 22; (f) Clause C.2.19; (g) Clause E.2. Division 2 Variations to AS/NZS ISO 8124.1:2002 2. Clause 4.28 In Clause 4.28 a) delete (see C.2.19 for guidance). and insert: as specified in C.2.19. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2863 3. Clause C.2.19 In Clause C.2.19 delete should include a statement similar to the following: and insert: shall include the following words or words to the same effect: By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. ENERGY EN301* Electricity Act 1945 Electricity (Licensing) Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Electricity (Licensing) Amendment Regulations 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Electricity (Licensing) Regulations 1991. 2864 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 4. Schedule 1 amended Amend the provisions listed in the Table as set out in the Table. Table Provision Delete Insert Sch. 1 it. 1(b) 67 68 Sch. 1 it. 1(c) 20 25 Sch. 1 it. 2(a) 75 76 Sch. 1 it. 2(b) 398 406 Sch. 1 it. 2(c) 199 203 Sch. 1 it. 2(d) 354 360 Sch. 1 it. 2(e) 177 180 Sch. 1 it. 2(h) 64 65 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. EN302* Gas Standards Act 1972 Gas Standards (Gasfitting and Consumer Gas Installations) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Gas Standards (Gasfitting and Consumer Gas Installations) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2865 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Gas Standards (Gasfitting and Consumer Gas Installations) Regulations 1999. 4. Schedule 4 amended In Schedule 4: (a) delete $67 and insert: $68 (b) delete $385 and insert: $406 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. EN303* Gas Supply (Gas Quality Specifications) Act 2009 Gas Supply (Gas Quality Specifications) PIA Pipeline Declaration (DBNGP) 2010 Made by the Minister for Energy under section 5 of the Act. 1. Citation This declaration is the Gas Supply (Gas Quality Specifications) PIA Pipeline Declaration (DBNGP) 2010. 2866 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 2. Commencement This declaration comes into operation as follows (a) clauses 1 and 2 on the day on which this declaration is published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the declaration on the day after that day. 3. Declaration of DBNGP as a PIA pipeline (1) In this clause DBNGP means the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline. (2) For the purposes of section 5 of the Act, the DBNGP as described in licences PL 40, PL 41, PL 47 and PL 69 under the Petroleum Pipelines Act 1969 is declared to be a PIA pipeline. 4. Operators name and contact details The name and contact details of the operator of the pipeline are DBNGP (WA) Nominees Pty Ltd (ACN 081 609 289) Level 6, 12-14 The Esplanade, PERTH WA 6000 Telephone: (08) 9223 4300 Email: dbpnotices@dbp.net.au Website: http://www.dbp.net.au PETER COLLIER, Minister for Energy. EN304* Gas Supply (Gas Quality Specifications) Act 2009 Gas Supply (Gas Quality Specifications) (Griffin Joint Venture) Exemption Order 2010 Made by the Minister for Energy under section 32 of the Act. 1. Citation This order is the Gas Supply (Gas Quality Specifications) (Griffin Joint Venture) Exemption Order 2010. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2867 2. Commencement This order comes into operation on the day on which it is published in the Gazette. 3. Definitions In this order agreement means the Non Specification Gas Agreement of 7 March 2008 between the Griffin gas producers and DBNGP (WA) Transmission Pty Ltd (ACN 081 609 190), as at 1 January 2009; DBNGP means the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline; Griffin gas producers means (a) BHP Billiton Petroleum Pty Ltd (ACN 006 918 832); (a) BHP Billiton Petroleum (Australia) Pty Ltd (ACN 006 923 879); (b) Inpex Alpha Ltd (ACN 003 730 756); (c) Mobil Exploration and Producing Australia Pty Ltd (ACN 004 588 827); production licence means petroleum production licence WA-10-L under the Offshore Petroleum and Greenhouse Gas Storage Act 2006 (Commonwealth). 4. Exemption (1) The Griffin gas producers and the agreement are exempt from the Act in relation to a supply of gas, produced under the production licence, that (a) will flow into the DBNGP; and (b) is in accordance with the agreement. (2) The exemption ceases to have effect on 7 March 2015. PETER COLLIER, Minister for Energy. 2868 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 JUSTICE JU301* Fines, Penalties and Infringement Notices Enforcement Act 1994 Fines, Penalties and Infringement Notices Enforcement Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Fines, Penalties and Infringement Notices Enforcement Amendment Regulations 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on the day after that day. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Fines, Penalties and Infringement Notices Enforcement Regulations 1994. 4. Schedule 1 amended In Schedule 1 insert in alphabetical order: Food Act 2008 Painters Registration Act 1961 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2869 LOCAL GOVERNMENT LG301* LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1995 DIVIDING FENCES ACT 1961 Shire of Northam FENCING AMENDMENT LOCAL LAW 2010 Under the powers conferred by the Local Government Act 1995 and under all other powers enabling it, the Council of the Shire of Northam resolved on 19 May 2010 to adopt the following local law. 1. Citation This local law may be cited as the Fencing Amendment Local Law 2010. 2. Principal Local Law In this local law, the Fencing Local Law 2008 published in the Government Gazette on 16 September 2008 is referred to as the principal local law. The principal local law is amended. 3. Insert new Clause 3.2 (1) After clause 3.1, insert 3.2 Maximum height of Fences A person shall not erect a fence that is greater in height than (a) 1800mm on a Residential, Rural or Special Rural Lot, or (b) 2400mm on a Commercial or Industrial Lot. (2) Existing clauses 3.2 through to 3.4 are re-designated 3.3 through to 3.5 respectively. 4. Clause 3.5 (1) amended Delete clause 2.1 and insert clauses 2.1 and 3.2 instead. 5. Clause 5.1 (2)(b) amended Delete AS/NZS 3016:1994 and insert AS/NZS 3016:2002 Electrical installations- Electricity security fences instead. 6. Amend Clause 5.1(2)(b) Amend Clause 5.1(2)(b) by deleting AS/NZS 3016:1994 and substituting with the words AS/NZS 3016:2002: Electrical installationsElectric security fences. Dated this 10th day of June 2010. The Common Seal of the Shire of Northam was affixed by authority of a resolution of the Council in the presence of N. A. HALE, Chief Executive Officer. Cr S. B. POLLARD, Shire President. 2870 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 MINERALS AND PETROLEUM MP301* Mines Safety and Inspection Act 1994 Mines Safety and Inspection Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Mines Safety and Inspection Amendment Regulations 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations 1995. 4. Schedule 2 amended In Schedule 2: (a) in item 1 delete 140.00 and insert: 143.00 (b) in item 2 delete 140.00 and insert: 143.00 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2871 MP302* Dangerous Goods Safety Act 2004 Dangerous Goods Safety (Storage and Handling of Non-explosives) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Dangerous Goods Safety (Storage and Handling of Non-explosives) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Dangerous Goods Safety (Storage and Handling of Non-explosives) Regulations 2007. 4. Schedule 5 clause 2 amended In Schedule 5 clause 2 delete the Table and insert: Table Quantity of dangerous goods stored or handled Fee up to 50 000 kg or L $575 more than 50 000 but not more than 5 000 000 kg or L $1 915 more than 5 000 000 kg or L $5 745 2872 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 5. Schedule 5 clause 3 amended In Schedule 5 clause 3 delete the Table and insert: Table Quantity of dangerous goods stored or handled Fee up to 50 000 kg or L $306 more than 50 000 but not more than 250 000 kg or L $510 more than 250 000 kg or L $776 6. Schedule 5 clause 4 amended In Schedule 5 clause 4 delete the Table and insert: Table Length of pipeline Fee up to 500 m $1 531 more than 500 m $6 126 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. MP303* Dangerous Goods Safety Act 2004 Dangerous Goods Safety (Road and Rail Transport of Non-explosives) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Dangerous Goods Safety (Road and Rail Transport of Non-explosives) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2873 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Dangerous Goods Safety (Road and Rail Transport of Non-explosives) Regulations 2007. 4. Regulation 272 amended In regulation 272 amend the Table as set out in the Table. Table Provision Delete Insert it. 1 260 265 it. 2 60 61 it. 3 60 61 it. 4 375 383 it. 5 375 383 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. MP304* Dangerous Goods Safety Act 2004 Dangerous Goods Safety (Major Hazard Facilities) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Dangerous Goods Safety (Major Hazard Facilities) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010. 2874 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Dangerous Goods Safety (Major Hazard Facilities) Regulations 2007. 4. Schedule 3 clause 1 amended Delete Schedule 3 clause 1(2)(a), (b), (c) and (d) and insert: (a) for a Class A facility $58 503; (b) for a Class B facility $41 453; (c) for a Class C facility $23 381; (d) for a Class D facility $6 330. By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. MP305* Dangerous Goods Safety Act 2004 Dangerous Goods Safety (Explosives) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Dangerous Goods Safety (Explosives) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2875 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Dangerous Goods Safety (Explosives) Regulations 2007. 4. Various fees amended Amend the provisions listed in the Table as set out in the Table. Table Provision Delete Insert r. 184(1)(a) $15 000 $15 315 r. 184(1)(b) $10 000 $10 210 r. 188(a)(i) $2 400 $2 450 r. 188(a)(ii) $6.40 $6.50 r. 189(a)(i) $150 $153 r. 189(a)(ii) $150 $153 r. 189(a)(ii) $1.25 $1.30 r. 189(b) $230 $235 r. 190(2)(a)(i) $2 400 $2 450 r. 190(2)(a)(ii) $6.40 $6.50 Sch. 1 it. 1 156 159 Sch. 1 it. 4(a) 50 51 Sch. 1 it. 4(b) 100 102 Sch. 1 it. 4(c) 250 255 Sch. 1 it. 4(d) 500 510 Sch. 1 it. 5(a) 160 163 Sch. 1 it. 5(b) 340 347 Sch. 1 it. 5(d)(i) 100 102 2876 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 Provision Delete Insert Sch. 1 it. 5(d)(ii) 120 123 Sch. 1 it. 5(d)(iii) 320 327 Sch. 1 it. 5(e) 800 817 Sch. 1 it. 5(f) 20 20.40 Sch. 1 it. 5(g) 55 56 Sch. 1 it. 5(h) 20 20.40 Sch. 1 it. 5(i) 80 81.50 Sch. 1 it. 5(j) 20 20.40 Sch. 1 it. 5(k) 20 20.40 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. MP306* Dangerous Goods Safety Act 2004 Dangerous Goods Safety (Security Risk Substances) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Dangerous Goods Safety (Security Risk Substances) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2877 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Dangerous Goods Safety (Security Risk Substances) Regulations 2007. 4. Schedule 1 replaced Delete Schedule 1 and insert: Schedule 1 Fees [r. 3] Item Fee for Fee ($) 1. Application for a licence, for the term of the licence per year or part of a year (r. 30(1)(c)) (a) SRS import/export licence 163 (b) SRS manufacture licence 306 (c) SRS storage licence 143 (d) SRS transport licence 153 (e) SRS supply licence 133 (f) SRS fertiliser licence 51 2. Application for renewal of a licence (r. 41(4)(c)) the fee in item 1 for the licence By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. MP307* Dangerous Goods Safety Act 2004 Dangerous Goods Safety (Goods in Ports) Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Dangerous Goods Safety (Goods in Ports) Amendment Regulations 2010. 2878 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Dangerous Goods Safety (Goods in Ports) Regulations 2007. 4. Regulation 20 amended In regulation 20(2)(b) delete $500. and insert: $511. By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. TREASURY AND FINANCE TF301* Taxation Administration Act 2003 Taxation Administration Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Taxation Administration Amendment Regulations 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2879 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Taxation Administration Regulations 2003. 4. Regulation 8 replaced Delete regulation 8 and insert: 8. Fee for certificate (Act s. 80) The prescribed fee for the issue of a certificate under section 80 of the Act is $35. By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. TF302* Rates and Charges (Rebates and Deferments) Act 1992 Rates and Charges (Rebates and Deferments) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Rates and Charges (Rebates and Deferments) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Rates and Charges (Rebates and Deferments) Regulations 1992. 2880 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 4. Regulation 3 amended In the Table to regulation 3 after the item beginning 1/7/09 30/6/10 insert: 1/7/10 30/6/11 $84.05 $169.55 $23.80 $249.95 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. WATER/SEWERAGE WA301* Water Services Licensing Act 1995 Water Services Licensing (Plumbers Licensing and Plumbing Standards) Amendment Regulations 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Water Services Licensing (Plumbers Licensing and Plumbing Standards) Amendment Regulations 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Water Services Licensing (Plumbers Licensing and Plumbing Standards) Regulations 2000. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2881 4. Schedule 1 amended (1) In Schedule 1 clause 1 delete the passage beginning with clause, and ending with clause 2. and insert: clause. (2) Amend the provisions listed in the Table as set out in the Table. Table Provision Delete Insert Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 1 50.00 51.00 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 2 20.00 20.50 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 3 500.00 511.00 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 4 185.00 189.00 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 5 500.00 511.00 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 6 185.00 189.00 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 6A 250.00 255.00 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 9 20.00 20.40 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 10 20.00 20.40 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 11 19.00 19.40 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 12 15.00 15.30 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 13 13.75 14.08 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 14 60.00 61.50 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 15 60.00 10.00 61.50 10.20 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 16 60.00 61.50 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 17 50.00 51.00 Sch. 1 cl. 1 Table it. 18 20.00 20.40 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. 2882 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 WA302* Metropolitan Water Supply, Sewerage, and Drainage Act 1909 Metropolitan Water Supply, Sewerage and Drainage Amendment By-laws (No. 2) 2010 Made by the Minister under the Metropolitan Water Supply, Sewerage, and Drainage Act 1909 section 146 and the Water Agencies (Powers) Act 1984 section 34(1). 1. Citation These by-laws are the Metropolitan Water Supply, Sewerage and Drainage Amendment By-laws (No. 2) 2010. 2. Commencement These by-laws come into operation as follows (a) by-laws 1 and 2 on the day on which these by-laws are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the by-laws on the day after that day. 3. By-laws amended These by-laws amend the Metropolitan Water Supply, Sewerage and Drainage By-laws 1981. 4. By-law 6.4 amended After by-law 6.4.6.5 insert: 6.4.6.6 Nothing in these by-laws prevents (a) the Corporation from providing a fire service that is a shared fire service; or (b) a person from entering into an arrangement about a shared fire service. 6.4.6.7 In by-law 6.4.6.6 shared fire service means a fire service provided to particular land that is made available by the owner or occupier of the land for the purposes of fire fighting and protection on other land. Dr GRAHAM JACOBS, Minister for Water. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2883 WA303* Country Areas Water Supply Act 1947 Country Areas Water Supply Amendment By-laws 2010 Made by the Minister under the Country Areas Water Supply Act 1947 section 105 and the Water Agencies (Powers) Act 1984 section 34(1). 1. Citation These by-laws are the Country Areas Water Supply Amendment By-laws 2010. 2. Commencement These by-laws come into operation as follows (a) by-laws 1 and 2 on the day on which these by-laws are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the by-laws on the day after that day. 3. By-laws amended These by-laws amend the Country Areas Water Supply By-laws 1957. 4. By-law 99 inserted After by-law 98 insert: 99. Shared fire services (1) In this by-law shared fire service means a fire service provided to particular land that is made available by the owner or occupier of the land for the purposes of fire fighting and protection on other land. (2) Nothing in these by-laws prevents (a) the Corporation from providing a fire service that is a shared fire service; or (b) a person from entering into an arrangement about a shared fire service. Dr GRAHAM JACOBS, Minister for Water. 2884 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 WORKSAFE WS301* Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 Occupational Safety and Health Amendment Regulations (No. 3) 2010 Made by the Governor in Executive Council. 1. Citation These regulations are the Occupational Safety and Health Amendment Regulations (No. 3) 2010. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation as follows (a) regulations 1 and 2 on the day on which these regulations are published in the Gazette; (b) the rest of the regulations on 1 July 2010. 3. Regulations amended These regulations amend the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996. 4. Various provisions amended Amend the provisions listed in the Table as set out in the Table. Table Provision Delete Insert Sch. 6.1 $29.40 $30.00 Sch. 6.1A it. 1 $3 905 $3 987 Sch. 6.1A it. 2 $2 590 $2 644 Sch. 6.1A it. 3 $1 295 $1 322 Sch. 6.2 it. 1 $84.00 $85.50 Sch. 6.2 it. 2 $76.00 $77.00 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2885 Provision Delete Insert Sch. 6.2A it. 1 3 990 4 073 Sch. 6.2A it. 3 3 990 4 073 Sch. 6.4 it. 1 $76.00 $77.00 Sch. 6.4 it. 2 $76.00 $77.00 Sch. 6.4 it. 3 $64.50 $65.50 Sch. 6.4 it. 4 $46.50 $49.00 Sch. 6.4 it. 5 $920.00 $939.00 Sch. 6.4 it. 6 $153.00 $156.00 Sch. 6.4 it. 7 $460.00 $469.00 Sch. 6.4 it. 8 $46.50 $49.00 Sch. 6.4 it. 9 $48.00 $49.00 By Command of the Governor, PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. 2886 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 PART 2 AGRICULTURE AND FOOD AG401* CHICKEN MEAT INDUSTRY ACT 1977 SPECIFIED AMOUNT It is hereby notified as required by section 16(6)(b) of the Chicken Meat Industry Act 1977 that on the 11th June 2010, the Chicken Meat Industry Committee determined, pursuant to section 16(1) of the Act, that the average price that is to be paid by processors to growers for broiler chickens is 80.57 cents per bird for all birds placed after 30 June 2010. BRYAN ANNEN, Secretary, Chicken Meat Industry Committee. AG402* AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE COMMISSION ACT 1988 VEGETABLE FEE FOR SERVICE CHARGE The Agricultural Produce Commission hereby notifies that the Fee for Service on all vegetables, except herb, potato, mushroom, and Kununurra vegetables is changed as follows Per individual package of vegetable product weighing 100 kilograms or less$0.04. Per individual package of vegetable product weighing 101 kilograms to 1000 kilograms$0.20. Per individual package of vegetable product weighing 1001 kilograms and above$2.00 This change to be effective from 1 August 2010. WILLIAM RYAN, Chairman, Agricultural Produce Commission. EDUCATION ED401* MURDOCH UNIVERSITY ACT 1973 AMENDING STATUTE It is hereby notified that the Governor in Executive Council, acting under the provisions of section 25 of the Murdoch University Act 1973, has approved Amending Statute No. 1 of 2010 as set out in the attached schedules. Dr. ELIZABETH CONSTABLE, MLA, Minister for Education; Tourism. PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. MURDOCH UNIVERSITY ACT 1973 Murdoch University AMENDING STATUTE No. 1 OF 2010 The University Statutes are hereby amended as follows 1. This Amending Statute comes into operation on the day on which it is gazetted in the Government Gazette. 2. Statute No. 4Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates is amended as set out in the attached Schedule A. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2887 3. Statute No. 5Academic Council is amended as set out in the attached Schedule B. 4. Statute No. 23Student Discipline is repealed in its entirety. 5. Statute No. 24Research and Development Board is repealed in its entirety. 6. Statute No. 26Student Misconduct as set out in the attached Schedule C is hereby enacted. The Common Seal of Murdoch University was hereto affixed by authority given by Senate Resolution S/51/2007. In the presence of EVA SKIRA, Pro-Chancellor. JEREMY RIGG, General Counsel and University Secretary. By Command of the Governor PETER CONRAN, Clerk of the Executive Council. Schedule A MURDOCH UNIVERSITY STATUTE No. 4DEGREES, DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES 1. Section 3 Section 3 is deleted in its entirety. 2. Section 4 Renumber as 3. 3. Section 5 Renumber as 4. 4. Section 6 Renumber as 5. 5. Section 7 Renumber as 6 and amend as follows (1) Insert Academic before misconduct and insert a capital M for Misconduct. (2) Insert Academic before misconduct and insert a capital M for Misconduct. Insert any form of academic before dishonesty and after dishonesty insert whether in an undergraduate, postgraduate or honours course or in the course of research, and includes but is not limited to:. Delete remainder of sentence and then insert (a) cheating in relation to assessment; (b) plagiarism; (c) submission of the same, or substantially the same, completed assessment in more than one unit; (d) failure to comply with rules for a particular assessment; (e) unauthorised collusion; and (f) fabricating, falsifying or misstating results as part of an assessment. (3) Insert Academic before misconduct and insert a capital M for Misconduct. After refer the charge to insert a committee of Academic Council established to investigate and determine the matter. Delete the Board of Discipline and the remainder of the sub-section. (4) Insert new (4) as follows Any such reference to the Committee in accordance with section 6(3) must be made within 6 years of the date of the award of the qualification. (5) Renumber current (4) as (5) and delete the Board of Discipline and insert after proceedings of a committee established for the purposes of section 6(3) are as may be approved by Academic Council from time to time. Delete the remainder of the sub-section. Delete current sub-sections (5), (6) and (7). Schedule B MURDOCH UNIVERSITY STATUTE No. 5ACADEMIC COUNCIL 1. Section 1 Amend as follows (c) Delete Division and replace with Faculty. (i) Delete Divisions or the Guild of Students and replace with the University Community. 2888 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 2. Section 2 Amend as follows Insert prescribed in the Regulations made under this Statute after the Academic Council shall be. Delete the remainder of section 2. 3. Section 5 Amend as follows Delete (1) and renumber (2) as (1), (3) as (2) and (4) as (3). Insert in (3) elected or co-opted before member. 4. Section 6 Insert new Section 6 as follows The Academic Council may delegate any of its powers and responsibilities to the President of the Academic Council, to its committees or to a member of staff of the University. Schedule C MURDOCH UNIVERSITY STATUTE No. 26STUDENT MISCONDUCT 1. This Statute comes into operation on the day it is published in the Government Gazette. Regulations 2. Regulations will be made under this Statute for the discipline of students of the University. The Regulations will specify (1) the misconduct for which a student may be disciplined by the University; (2) the procedure for dealing with allegations of misconduct made against a student; (3) the penalties that may be imposed on a student if any allegation of misconduct is upheld; (4) the capacity for an appeal against any finding of misconduct against a student; (5) any other matters which the Senate considers necessary to give effect to this Statute and the Regulations. Repeal 3. Statute No. 23Student Discipline is hereby repealed. Transitional Provisions 4. On the date the Regulations are made, any disciplinary action previously taken, commenced or implemented under Statute No. 23Student Discipline shall be completed in accordance with the provisions of Statute No. 23. 5. Any allegations of misconduct made against a student after the date the Regulations are made, shall be dealt with under the Regulations notwithstanding that the matter giving rise to the allegations may have taken place prior to the date upon which the Regulations are made. ENERGY EN401* ENERGY COORDINATION ACT 1994 NOTICE UNDER SECTION 11T NOTICE OF DECISIONS. Notice is given that the following Trading licence has been granted Licensee: Alinta Sales Pty Ltd Issue Date: 01 July 2010 Address of Licensee: Alinta Plaza 12-14 The Esplanade Perth WA 6000 Classification: Trading Licence (GTL9) Term of Licence: Up to and including 30 June 2020 Area Covered: Coastal, Great Southern and Goldfields-Esperance supply areas as shown in plan ERA-GAS-007. Inspection of Licence: Economic Regulation Authority 6th Floor 197 St Georges Terrace Perth WA 6000 http://www.era.wa.gov.au LYNDON G. ROWE, Chairman, Economic Regulation Authority. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2889 HEALTH HE401* MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS ACT 2008 MEDICAL (UNMET AREA OF NEED) DETERMINATION (NO. 14) 2010 Made by the Minister for Health pursuant to section 34(1) of the Medical Practitioners Act 2008. Citation 1. This determination may be cited as the Medical (Unmet Area of Need) Determination (No. 14) 2010. Commencement 2. This determination comes into operation on the day on which it is published in the Government Gazette. Unmet area of need 3. The area of need specified in the Schedule is determined to be an unmet area of need for the purposes of section 34(2)(b)(iv) of the Act. Expiry of determination 4. This determination expires two years after its commencement. SCHEDULE GENERAL MEDICAL SERVICES IN THE TOWN OF KWINANA. Dated this 20th day of June 2010. Dr KIM HAMES MLA, Deputy Premier, Minister for Health. HERITAGE HR401* HERITAGE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA ACT 1990 ENTRY OF PLACES IN THE REGISTER OF HERITAGE PLACES Notice is hereby given in accordance with section 51(2) of the Heritage of Western Australia Act 1990 that, pursuant to directions from the Minister for Heritage, the places described in Schedule 1 have been entered in the Register of Heritage Places on a permanent basis with effect from today. Schedule 1 Description of Place Samson House, at 61 Ellen Street, Fremantle; Lot 926 on DP 40767 being the whole of the land contained in C/T V 1638 F 880. Quindanning Hotel, on Pinjarra-Williams Road, Quindanning; Lot 7 on DP 58682 being the whole of the land contained in C/T V 2706 F 165. Pursuant to directions from the Minister for Heritage, notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 49(1) of the Heritage of Western Australia Act 1990 that it is proposed that the places described in Schedule 2 be entered in the Register of Heritage Places on a permanent basis. The Heritage Council invites submissions on the proposal, which must be in writing and should be forwarded to the address below not later than 6 August 2010. The places will be entered in the Register on an interim basis with effect from today in accordance with section 50(1) of the Heritage of Western Australia Act 1990. Schedule 2 Description of Place Yowangup Homestead Group at 285 Trimmer Road, Moojebing; Ptn of Lot 11 on DP 227526, ptn of Lot 31 on DP 227374 and ptn of Lot 243 on DP 245849 all being part of the land contained in C/T V 2741 F 835 as is defined in HCWA Survey Drawing No. 4604 prepared by McMullen Nolan. St Boniface Anglican Cathedral and Bishopscourt, 31 and 33 Parkfield Street, Lot 20 Cross Street, Lots 6-8 Oakley Street, 7, 9 and 11 Oakley Street and 15 Cross Street, Bunbury; Ptn of Leschenault Loc 26 and being (firstly) Lots 6, 7, and part of Lot 8 on Plan 2718 and (secondly) Lots 18, 19 and 20 on Plan 3610 being the whole of the land contained in C/T V 1256 F 537; Ptn of Leschenault Loc 26 and being Lots 9, 10 and 11 on Plan 2718 and being the whole of the land contained in C/T V 351 F 137. GRAEME GAMMIE, Executive Director, Office of the Heritage Council of W.A. 108 Adelaide Terrace East Perth WA 6004. Date 25 June 2010. 2890 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 LOCAL GOVERNMENT LG101* CORRECTION LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1995 Shire of Ravensthorpe LOCAL GOVERNMENT PROPERTY LOCAL LAW 2010 An error occurred on page 2593 of Gazette No. 102, 8th June, 2010 and is corrected as follows Delete 20th May, 2010 in the second line of the first paragraph and insert 22nd April, 2010. MARINE/MARITIME MX101* CORRECTION SHIPPING AND PILOTAGE (MOORING CONTROL AREA) REGULATIONS 1983 DETERMINATION OF FEES I, Reece Waldock, Director General for the Department of Transport, order that the Notice of Determination of Fees under the Shipping and Pilotage (Mooring Control Area) Regulations 1983 which was published in the Government Gazette No.105 dated 11 June 2010, be corrected by deleting the reference to the Department for Planning and Infrastructure and inserting instead the Department of Transport. The remainder of the notice as set out herewith remains unchanged. Pursuant to the Shipping and Pilotage (Mooring Control Area) Regulations 1983, the Department of Transport hereby gives notice that, in respect of the mooring control areas in the waters of the State detailed in the Schedule to the Notice, it has been determined that as of 1 July 2010 until further notice, the fee payable for hiring a swing mooring site shall be the amount calculated in accordance with the Schedule. Schedule Location Current Annual Fee 2009/10 New Annual Fee 2010/11 AlbanyPrincess Royal Boat Harbour and Emu Point Boat Harbour per metre of vessel 78.57 80.22 Bremer Bay, Fishery Beach per metre of vessel 144.95 147.99 Bunbury, Casuarina Boat Harbour per metre of vessel 67.33 68.75 Carnarvon Fishing Boat Harbour (Inner Harbour) per metre of vessel 79.18 80.84 Esperance (Bandy Creek) Boat Harbour per metre of vessel 75.72 77.32 Exmouth Boat Harbour (Within Harbour Breakwater)1 per metre of vessel 142.88 145.88 1 Exmouth Boat Harbour (Outside Harbour Breakwater) per metre of vessel 71.42 72.92 Jurien Boat Harbour (Inner Harbour) per metre of vessel 71.08 72.57 Kalbarri per metre of vessel 73.36 80.00 Onslow/Beadon Creek Boat Harbour per metre of vessel 52.02 53.11 Point Samson Johns Creek Boat Harbour per metre of vessel 30.51 31.15 Port Denison Boat Harbour Commercial vessels plus Recreational vessels per vessel per metre of vessel per metre of vessel 676.50 77.00 77.00 676.50 77.00 77.00 NoteUnless otherwise indicated, payment of a swing mooring fee entitles the hirer to free use of any service jetty in the mooring control area for loading and unloading the vessel subject to availability of berth space and direction of authorised officers. 1 Applies to vessels mooring within the mooring control area. The two Kailis Seabed Piles at harbour entrance (marked by spar buoys) are deemed to be within the harbour breakwater. Vessels are subject to the following prescribed fees for berths and services. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2891 IN RESPECT OF THE MOORING CONTROL AREAS AT BUNBURY, BREMER BAY, EXMOUTH AND CARNARVON Current Fee 2009/10 New Fee 2010/11 Part year feethree months or more and paid in advance Part 10% of the annual fee per month Part 10% of the annual fee per month Monthly fee 20% of the annual fee per month 20% of the annual fee per month Weekly fee Bunbury (Mooring apparatus provided by Transport) Bremer Bay Exmouth (Within Harbour Breakwater) Exmouth (Outside Harbour Breakwater) Carnarvon N/A $7.21 per metre of vessel $7.15 per metre of vessel $3.60 per metre of vessel $7.25 per metre of vessel $150.00 per vessel per week $7.36 per metre of vessel $7.30 per metre of vessel $3.67 per metre of vessel $7.41 per metre of vessel Daily fee Bunbury (Mooring apparatus provided by Transport) Bremer Bay Exmouth (Within Harbour Breakwater) Exmouth (Outside Harbour Breakwater) Carnarvon N/A $1.44 per metre of vessel $1.43 per metre of vessel $0.73 per metre of vessel $1.45 per metre of vessel $25.00 per vessel per day $1.47 per metre of vessel $1.46 per metre of vessel $0.74 per metre of vessel $1.49 per metre of vessel IN RESPECT OF THE MOORING CONTROL AREAS AT ONSLOW/BEADON CREEK AND POINT SAMSON Current New Monthly fee 20% of the annual fee per month 20% of the annual fee per month Daily fee Onslow Point Samson $2.08 per metre of vessel $0.32 per metre of vessel $2.12 per metre of vessel $0.33 per metre of vessel IN RESPECT OF THE MOORING CONTROL AREAS AT JURIEN, KALBARRI AND PORT DENISON Current New Daily fee Jurien Kalbarri (Mooring apparatus provided by Transport) Port Denison Port Denison (Mooring apparatus provided by Transport) $1.29 per metre of vessel $25.00 per vessel per day $11.00 per vessel (per day or part thereof)(commercial and recreational) N/A $1.31 per metre of vessel $25.52 per vessel per day $11.00 per vessel (per day or part thereof) (commercial and recreational) $25.00 per vessel per day Weekly fee Kalbarri (Mooring apparatus provided by Transport) Port Denison (Mooring apparatus provided by Transport) $150.00 per vessel per week N/A $153.14 per vessel per week $150.00 per vessel per week Mooring Area Licences With respect to mooring area licences, the Minister for Transport has approved the provision (Ministerial 60064) of a standard fee equivalent to the cost to Transport seeking or obtaining professional engineering advice (where necessary) with respect to modification of a licence. REECE WALDOCK, Director General, Department of Transport. 2892 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 MINERALS AND PETROLEUM MP401* Commonwealth of Australia OFFSHORE PETROLEUM AND GREENHOUSE GAS STORAGE ACT 2006 GRANT OF PETROLEUM EXPLORATION PERMIT WA-450-P Petroleum Exploration Permit No. WA-450-P has been granted to Finder No. 4 Pty Limited to have effect for a period of six (6) years from and including 18 June 2010. W. L. TINAPPLE, Executive Director Petroleum Division. MP402* DANGEROUS GOODS SAFETY ACT 2004 DANGEROUS GOODS SAFETY APPOINTMENT NOTICE (NO. 1) 2010 Made by the Chief Dangerous Goods Officer, namely the Executive Director of the Resources Safety Division of the Department of Mines and Petroleum, under section 27(1) of the Dangerous Goods Safety Act 2004. 1. Citation This notice may be cited as the Dangerous Goods Safety Appointment Notice (No. 1) 2010. 2. Dangerous goods officers appointed (1) I appoint each person listed below who is employed in the Resources Safety Division of the Department of Mines and Petroleum, to be a dangerous goods officer while the person is so employed. Andrew Mallett-Johnson; Darren Gould; Richard Carter; Kevin Michael Goldsmith Mancini. Signed MALCOLM PAUL RUSSELL, Chief Dangerous Goods Officer. (Executive Director of the Resources Safety Division of the Department of Mines and Petroleum, Western Australia). MP403* MINING ACT 1978 APPLICATION FOR AN ORDER FOR FORFEITURE Department of Mines and Petroleum Coolgardie WA 6429. In accordance with Regulation 49(2)(c) of the Mining Regulations 1981, notice is hereby given that the following licences are liable to forfeiture under the provision of Section 96(1)(a) of the Mining Act 1978 for breach of covenant, being non-compliance with the reporting provisions. TANYA WATT, Warden. To be heard by the Warden at Coolgardie on 23 August 2010. COOLGARDIE MINERAL FIELD Prospecting Licences 16/2096 Potter, Vernan John 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2893 MP404* MINING ACT 1978 APPLICATION FOR AN ORDER FOR FORFEITURE Department of Mines and Petroleum Coolgardie WA 6429. In accordance with Regulation 49(2)(c) of the Mining Regulations 1981, notice is hereby given that the following licences are liable to forfeiture under the provision of Section 96(1)(a) of the Mining Act 1978 for breach of covenant, being failure to comply with the prescribed expenditure conditions. TANYA WATT, Warden. To be heard by the Warden at Coolgardie on 23 August 2010. COOLGARDIE MINERAL FIELD Prospecting Licences 15/5163 South Kal Mines Pty Ltd 16/2246 Blue Summer Pty Ltd 16/2247 Blue Summer Pty Ltd 16/2248 Blue Summer Pty Ltd MP405* MINING ACT 1978 INTENTION TO FORFEIT Department of Mines and Petroleum Perth WA 6000. In accordance with Regulation 50(b) of the Mining Regulations 1981, notice is hereby given that unless the rent due on the under mentioned mining tenements are paid on or before 23 July 2010 it is the intention of the Minister for Mines and Petroleum under the provisions of sections 96A(1) and 97(1) of the Mining Act 1978 to forfeit such for breach of covenant, being non-payment of rent. DIRECTOR GENERAL. Number Holder Mineral Field Exploration Licence 04/1772 Kimberley Abrasives and Minerals Pty Ltd West Kimberley 04/1773 Kimberley Abrasives and Minerals Pty Ltd West Kimberley 20/586 Duketon Consolidated Pty Ltd Murchison 27/355 Hampton Nickel Ltd N. E. Coolgardie 29/610 Heron Resources Ltd North Coolgardie 30/368 Heron Resources Ltd North Coolgardie 80/2275 Bundarra Holdings Pty Ltd Kimberley 80/3742 Metminco Ltd Kimberley Mining Lease 15/1083 Chitty, Charles George Coolgardie 37/73 Townson Holdings Pty Ltd Mt Margaret 37/1280 Dixon, Trevor John; Coulson, Phillip Mt Margaret 37/1281 Dixon, Trevor John; Coulson, Phillip Mt Margaret 37/1283 Dixon, Trevor John; Coulson, Phillip Mt Margaret 2894 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 MP406* MINING ACT 1978 FORFEITURE Department of Mines and Petroleum 100 Plain Street East Perth WA 6004. I hereby declare in accordance with the provisions of section 97(1) of the Mining Act 1978 that the undermentioned mining lease is forfeited for breach of covenant pursuant to Section 82(1)(b), being failure to use the land in respect of which it was granted only for mining purposes NORMAN MOORE, MLC, Minister for Mines and Petroleum. Number Holder Mineral Field Mining Lease 04/81 Sarubin; Markku West Kimberley PLANNING PI401* PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 2005 APPROVED LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME AMENDMENT City of Canning Town Planning Scheme No. 40Amendment No. 166 Ref: TS/1/40166 It is hereby notified for public information, in accordance with Section 75 of the Planning and Development Act 2005 (as amended) that the Hon Minister for Planning approved City of Canning Town Planning Scheme Amendment No. 166 on 13 May 2010 for the purpose of modifying Town Planning Scheme No 40 by including the additional use of Health Centre to 206 High Road (Lot 4), Riverton, with the number of practitioners being restricted to two (2) at any one time. GIUSEPPE DELLE DONNE, Mayor, JP M. DACOMBE, Chief Executive Officer. PI402* PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 2005 APPROVED LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME AMENDMENT City of Wanneroo District Planning Scheme No. 2Amendment No. 100 Ref: TPS/0051 It is hereby notified for public information, in accordance with section 87 of the Planning and Development Act 2005 that the Minister for Planning approved the City of Wanneroo local planning scheme amendment on 10 June 2010 for the purpose of 1. Rezoning Lot 1334 (106) St. Stephens Crescent, Tapping from Centre zone to Residential R20 zone. 2. Amending Schedule 3 of the Scheme Text by deleting the centre described as TappingPortion of Lot 9018 (NE6)200m2 NLA. J. KELLY, Mayor. D. SIMMS, Chief Executive Officer. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2895 PI403* PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 2005 APPROVED LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME AMENDMENT Shire of Kalamunda Local Planning Scheme No. 3Amendment No. 16 Ref: TPS/0054 It is hereby notified for public information, in accordance with section 87 of the Planning and Development Act 2005 that the Minister for Planning approved the Shire of Kalamunda Local Planning Scheme Amendment on 10 June 2010 for the purpose of 1. Modifying Schedule 2- Additional Uses of the Scheme as follows No. Description of Land Additional Use Conditions A16 30 Mundaring Weir Rd, Kalamunda Lot 10 Chalets (a) A chalet is not permitted unless approval is granted by Council A 2. Modifying the Scheme Maps accordingly. D. McKECHNIE, Shire President. J. TRAIL, Chief Executive Officer. PREMIER AND CABINET PC401* INTERPRETATION ACT 1984 MINISTERIAL ACTING ARRANGEMENTS It is hereby notified for public information that the Governor, in accordance with Section 52(1)(b) of the Interpretation Act 1984, has approved the Hon J H D Day to act temporarily in the office of Minister for Commerce; Science and Innovation; Housing; Minister Assisting the Treasurer, in the absence of the Hon W R Marmion MLA for the period 2 to 8 July 2010 (both dates inclusive). PETER CONRAN, Director General, Department of the Premier and Cabinet. RACING, GAMING AND LIQUOR RG401* LIQUOR CONTROL ACT 1988 LIQUOR APPLICATIONS The following is a summary of applications received under the Liquor Control Act 1988 (the Act) and required to be advertised. Any person wishing to obtain more details about any application, or about the objection process, should contact the Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor, 1st Floor, 87 Adelaide Terrace, Perth, Telephone: (08) 9425 1888, or consult a solicitor or relevant industry organisation. Last Date App. No. Applicant Nature of Application for Objections APPLICATIONS FOR THE GRANT OF A LICENCE 13487 Green Windown Ltd Application for the grant of a Tavern licence in respect of premises situated in Perth and known as Lourve 18/7/2010 APPLICATIONS FOR EXTENDED TRADING PERMITSLIQUOR WITHOUT A MEAL 36420 IL Padrino Caffe Pty Ltd Application for the grant of an extended trading permitliquor without a meal in respect of premises situated in Northbridge and known as IL Padrino Caffe91 James Street 12/7/2010 2896 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 Last Date App. No. Applicant Nature of Application for Objections APPLICATIONS FOR EXTENDED TRADING PERMITSLIQUOR WITHOUT A MEALcontinued 36640 Skatt (WA) Pty Ltd Application for the grant of an extended trading permitliquor without a meal in respect of premises situated in Middletown Beach and known as Calamaris At Beachside 13/7/2010 APPLICATIONS TO ADD, VARY OR CANCEL A CONDITION OF LICENCE 329434 South Mandurah Football Club Inc Application to add, vary or cancel a condition of the Club Restricted licence in respect of premises situated in Falcon and known as South Mandurah Football Club 25/6/2010 This notice is published under section 67(5) of the Act. Dated: 23 June 2010. B. A. SARGEANT, Director of Liquor Licensing. TRANSPORT TR401* RAIL FREIGHT SYSTEM ACT 2000 RAIL FREIGHT SYSTEM (S.37 CORRIDOR LAND) ORDER NO. 3/2010 Made under Section 37 by the Minister for Transport 1. Citation This order may be cited as the Rail Freight System (S.37 Corridor Land) Order No. 3/2010. 2. Cancellation of Corridor Land The cancellation of corridor land identified in the last column of the Schedule. ScheduleLand to be cancelled Designation Identification Railway Line Identification Railway Identification Plan Number Land Description 31.462.35km Avon Yard to Albany Plan 31-9 Identified as Lot 501 on Deposited Plan 65514 having a total area of 11m. SIMON OBRIEN MLC, Minister for Transport. Dated this 9th day of June 2010. TR402* ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1974 ROAD TRAFFIC (SPEED MEASURING EQUIPMENT) NOTICE 2010 (RTA2010/00667) Made by the Minister for Transport under section 98A(2) 1. Citation This Notice may be cited as the Road Traffic (Speed Measuring Equipment) Notice 2010. 2. Approval of type of apparatus for ascertaining Speed I approve the following types of apparatus for ascertaining the speed at which a vehicle is moving (a) An apparatus that bears the name SDS Detector and which is manufactured by Ballinger Technology; and (b) An apparatus that bears the name TDS Detector and which is manufactured by Ballinger Technology. This instrument is called RTA2010/00667) Dated the 21st day of June 2010. SIMON OBRIEN, Minister for Transport. 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2897 DECEASED ESTATES ZX401 TRUSTEES ACT 1962 DECEASED ESTATES Notice to Creditors and Claimants In the matter of the estate of Gerald William McConkey, late of 24 Bert Street, Gosnells, Western Australia, deceased. Creditors and other persons having claims (to which Section 63 of the Trustee Act 1962, relates) in respect of the estate of the abovenamed deceased who died on the 21st May, 2010, are required by the executor Warrick Ross Long care of PO Box 134, Gosnells, Western Australia to send particulars of their claims to him within one (1) month from the date of publication of this notice, after which time he may convey or distribute the assets having regard only to the claims of which he has then had notice. (Sgd) for WARRICK LONG. ZX402 TRUSTEES ACT 1962 DECEASED ESTATES Notice to Creditors and Claimants Creditors and other persons having claims (to which Section 63 of the Trustees Act 1962 relates) in respect of the estates of the undermentioned deceased persons, are required to send particulars of their claim to Plan B Trustees Limited of Level 28, 152-158 St Georges Terrace Perth on or before the expiration of one month from the date of publication of this notice after which date the Company may convey or distribute the assets, having regard only to the claims of which it then has notice Noack Eric Arthur Norman of 139 Railway Parade, Upper Swan, Vigneron died on 20 March 2010. Lessels Kenneth Edgar of Elimatta, 45 Alexander Drive, Mt Lawley, Retired Carpenter died on 27 March 2010. Broad William Cecil of Baptistcare Mirrambeena, 21 Farrelly Street, Margaret River, Retired Civil Engineer died on 16 May 2010. Halbert Mary Hannah of 7 Hastie Street, Cunderdin, Farmer died on 1 May 2010. Dated 21 June 2010. MICHAEL SATIE, Manager Estate and Trust Administration. ZX403 TRUSTEES ACT 1962 DECEASED ESTATES Notice to Creditors and Claimants Creditors and other persons having claims (to which Section 63 of the Trustees Act 1962 relates) in respect of the Estates of the undermentioned deceased persons are required to send particulars of their claims to me, on or before 25 July 2010 after which date I may convey or distribute the assets, having regard only to the claims of which I then have notice. Curran, Fred John Patrick late of Hocart Lodge 3 Knowles Street, Harvey 6220 died 3 June 2010 (DE 19840452 EM110) Dower, Irene Frances late of Lake View Lodge 5 Britannia Road, Leederville died 4 April 2010 (DE 33061256 EM16) Eatt, Margaret May late of Unit E112 495 Marmion Street, Booragoon died 23 May 2010 (DE 19722451 EM13) Gardner, Neville Francis late of 93 Walter Road, Dianella 6059 died 16 May 2010 (DE33061972 EM23) 2898 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 25 June 2010 Rawlings, Osbourne Keith also known as Bill formerly of 24 Barraduna Drive, Mt Nasura late of Room121 Tandara-Ningana Nursing Home, 73 Jarrah Raod Bentley died 28 May 2010 (DE 19983172 EM24) Smith, Catherine Farquharson late of Midland Nursing Home, 44 John Street, WA 6056 (DE 19711215 EM26) Tomkinson, Sheila Violet late of 2 Saturn Street, Beckenham 6107 died 17 May 2010 (DE 19754317 EM16) JOHN SKINNER, Public Trustee, Public Trust Office, 565 Hay Street, Perth WA 6000. Telephone: 9222 6777 STATE LAW PUBLISHER SUBSCRIPTION RATES FOR 2011 All subscriptions are for the period from 1 January to 31 December 2011. Subject to certain limitations, refunds may be allowed if a subscription is cancelled during the year. The prices quoted include GST where applicable and postage by surface mail unless stated otherwise. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE General Government Gazettes are published on Tuesday and Friday of each week, unless disrupted by public holidays or unforseen circumstances. Special Government Gazettes are published periodically on any day. All Gazettes $ Within WA ................................. 1,010.00 Interstate .................................. 1,028.00 Bound Volumes of full year ....... 1,252.00 INDUSTRIAL GAZETTE Industrial Gazette is published monthly. $ Within WA ................................... 485.00 Interstate ...................................... 578.00 HANSARD Hansard is printed and distributed weekly during parliamentary sessions. $ Within WA ................................... 958.00 Interstate ................................... 1,171.00 Bound Volumes of Hansard Within WA ................................... 944.00 Interstate ...................................... 958.00 STATUTES Bound Statutes Bound volumes are posted during March of the following year. $ Within WA....................................... 341.00 Interstate ....................................... 380.00 Overseas ........................................ 442.00 Half Calf Bound Statutes ................ 942.00 Loose Statutes Statutes are posted weekly as they become available. $ Within WA....................................... 367.00 Interstate ........................................ 380.00 Sessional Bills Bills are posted weekly as they become available. $ Within WA ...................................... 505.00 Interstate ....................................... 530.00 25 June 2010 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, WA 2899 PERTH OBSERVATORY THE W.A. 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