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  1. Registrar's year in review

    the online public register and the register of disqualified officers were brand new. They’re now a core part ... of our public face, with around half of all web visitors performing a corporation search. As you might

    Yearbook section | Created: 15 December 2017

  2. Registrar and ACNC continue ties to reduce reporting obligations

    the same information to the ACNC. Public information reported to ORIC is shared by ORIC with the ACNC ... to ensure the public databases of both agencies are consistent and up-to-date. The underlying principle ... for registered charities.' To see the MOU go to oric.gov.au/publications/mou

    Media Release | Created: 8 November 2017

  3. Former CEO of Wagga medical service found guilty and convicted

    Director of Public Prosecutions. Background See the Registrar’s previous media release of 8 August 2016

    Media Release | Created: 22 November 2017

  4. New graduates in governance

    regulatory function of providing public education. It is designed to support ORIC’s vision for strong

    Media Release | Created: 23 November 2017

  5. Stronger than ever, together

    In November 2016 the corporation held a public meeting and discussed applying for registration as a registered

    Spotlight on | Created: 22 February 2017

  6. Reporting and registration

    public Register of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporations. It’s a requirement under the CATSI ... confidence that information maintained by the Registrar on the public Register of Aboriginal and Torres ... in ORIC publications Following-up of key groups and specific sectors, such as RNTBCs and corporations

    Yearbook section | Created: 25 November 2016

  7. Ms Jedda's leadership keeps on trucking

    An Aboriginal corporation that broadcasts music, news and information into remote communities in the Top End has a new way of reaching its audience. Top End, Northern Territory: Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Association (Aboriginal Corporation) (TE

    Spotlight on | Created: 14 September 2017

  8. Failure to report leads to fines of $8,600

    to the Registrar for deregistration. The matters were prosecuted by the Commonwealth Director of Public ... Director of Public Prosecutions. ‘Failing to lodge annual reports jeopardises the corporation,’ said Mr ... is functioning as it should be. Each report also contributes to the authority and integrity of the public

    Media Release | Created: 26 October 2017

  9. 17_0073_ORIC-yearbook-2016-17_v1-3_72dpi_ALL.pdf

    ORIC, PO Box 29, Woden ACT 2606. Please be aware that this publication may contain the names and images ... ISBN 978-1-925054-78-1 (print) 978-1-925054-79-8 (online) Please be aware that this publication may ... the public register i.e. do a ‘search for a corporation’. 96.5% of corporations met reporting requirements

    Available at: ORIC yearbook 2016–17

    Created: 6 February 2018

  10. PS-04 Registration under the CATSI Act_v7-0.pdf

    to the public interest 5.1 The Registrar will refuse to grant an application for registration under section ... 26-1(2)(f) if satisfied that registering the corporation would be contrary to the public interest. 5.2 ... The concept of ‘public interest’ is not easily defined. Australian courts have indicated that making

    Available at: PS-04 Registration under the CATSI Act

    Created: 2 March 2018

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