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  1. ORICMR1718-18_Victorian-native-title-corporation-handed-back-to-members.pdf

    ORICMR1718-18_Victorian-native-title-corporation-handed-back-to-members.pdf Victorian native title ... 2606 | ABN: 18 108 001 191 Freecall: 1800 622 431 (not free from mobiles) | Email: info@oric.gov.au ... administration in June 2017. However, two of the corporation’s former directors successfully challenged

    Available at: Victorian native title corporation handed back to members

    Created: 16 January 2018

  2. 17_0034_ORIC corporate plan 2017-20_2017_v1-0 low res.pdf

    17_0034_ORIC corporate plan 2017-20_2017_v1-0 low res.pdf untitled Corporate plan 2017–20 Strong ... corporations, strong people, strong communities ORIC corporate plan 2017–20 | 1 About us Who we ... will measure our success. 2 | ORIC corporate plan 2017–20 Our values Independence—the Registrar

    Available at: ORIC corporate plan 2017-20

    Created: 12 May 2017

  3. YYNAC-CEO-October-2017.docx

    YYNAC-CEO-October-2017.docx 1 Yorta Yorta Nation Aboriginal Corporation Duty Statement Chief ... Executive Team: Deputy CEO and Senior Managers of Yenbena Registered Training Centre, Corporate Services ... Notice since 28th April, 2017. YYNAC is a Victorian Registered Aboriginal Party (RAP). YYNAC

    Available at: Chief executive officer

    Created: 23 October 2017

  4. Brisbane

    shares some reflections on the value of training, as a facilitator and as a delegate to a conference. ... support, Viaella delivered training to a number of corporations in the South Queensland region, ... a director who said that although they have undertaken training in the past, further training acts as a good

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

  5. Revitalise the language, sustain the soul

    or cooking. Casual tutors employed and trained by BMNAC are on hand to support students to complete ... the landscape, bush tucker, dancing and damper. It also won the silver medal in the 2017 Qantas Award

    Spotlight on | Created: 21 March 2018

  6. About

    The CATSI Act has some unique features: Registered corporations must be owned and controlled by Aboriginal ... to incorporate training directors, members and key staff in good corporate governance ensuring compliance

    Yearbook section | Created: 15 December 2017

  7. Registered corporations pass 3000

    A further 18 per cent are based in New South Wales. The closest that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

    Media Release | Created: 27 March 2018

  8. Highlights

    contact person, secretary or director up 26%. Western Australia had the most training courses (21) ... Northern Territory had the most participants in training (226) Queensland had the most corporations ... in training (86). 11 two-day governance workshop s were held in regional and remote locations. A participant

    Yearbook section | Created: 15 December 2017

  9. 17_00XX_ORIC_yearbook_2016-17_v1-0_72dpi_ALLpages.pdf

    their share. Western Australia had the most training courses 21 Northern Territory had the most participants ... a technical review of the CATSI Act, to be coordinated by ORIC, would be undertaken in 2017–18. An account ... would lead a technical review of the legislation in 2017–18. That review has commenced and will

    Available at: ORIC yearbook 2016–17

    Created: 9 November 2017

  10. 17_00XX_ORIC_yearbook_2016-17_v1-0_72dpi_ALLpages.pdf

    the most training courses 21 Northern Territory had the most participants in training 226 Queensland had ... a technical review of the CATSI Act, to be coordinated by ORIC, would be undertaken in 2017–18. An account ... would lead a technical review of the legislation in 2017–18. That review has commenced and will

    Available at: ORIC yearbook 2016–17

    Created: 8 November 2017

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