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  1. Former Kimberley CEO sentenced on dishonesty charges

    Bishop was convicted of 38 offences under subsection 265-25(3)(a) of the Corporations (Aboriginal ... personal bank account. On another occasion in August 2013 Mr Bishop used a Garnduwa cheque to pay funds ... of Public Prosecutions. Background See the Registrar’s previous media releases of: 1 May 2017 MR1617-20:

    Media Release | Created: 20 October 2017

  2. Making decisions

    17_0068_Oracle_header.gif Making decisions August 2017 Corporations need to make decisions so ... of a corporation, doing business would be very slow. This is why different people or groups of people ... business. This is why it’s important to choose people who you think will do the best job in looking after

    Created: 26 September 2017

  3. Fighting today for a better tomorrow

    a while to work out why all of a sudden ‘everything went to hell’ but he eventually realised it was all ... people the strength of mind they need to make their lives and those around them better. TSM encourages ... individuals to use the fight within themselves to push for a better life; to take more of a proactive role

    Spotlight on | Created: 29 July 2017

  4. 13_0087_Oracle-August_2013_v1-0_WEB.pdf

    under the CATSI Act as satisfying ACNC annual reporting requirements. You do not have to report twice. ... For more information see ORIC’s media release of 21 June 2013 at www.oric.gov.au underpublications’. Now ... 13_0087_Oracle-August_2013_v1-0_WEB.pdf EXPERIENCE and GOOD ORDER 13_0 08 7 IS S N 1 83 6-1 43

    Available at: August 2013: Chairing meetings

    Created: 21 November 2013

  5. Corporation directors convicted for failing to produce documents

    to charges under section 453-5(5) of the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 ... (CATSI Act). They were each convicted and ordered to pay a fine of $600. ‘Prosecution is only taken as a last ... needed to finalise the investigation. The Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions prosecuted

    Media Release | Created: 19 October 2017

  6. 17_0079_Dispute-resolution_web-A4.pdf

    cantly aff ect a corporaƟ on, its members and everyday business. Under the CorporaƟ ons (Aboriginal ... and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act) the Registrar can help corporaƟ ons fi nd a way to solve ... the corporaƟ on holds land 6. the corporaƟ on has a large number of members 7. there is a public interest

    Available at: Dispute resolution

    Created: 17 September 2017

  7. Establishing

    of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations registered under the CATSI Act. All eight external ... administrations that did start in 2016–17 were special administrations under the CATSI Act, which are intended ... The Registrar is responsible for administering the CATSI Act. This involves creating a sustainable

    Created: 18 December 2017

  8. General Secretary

    (mid-January 2018 to July 2019), possible extension pending funding $80,000 Six weeks annual pro-rata leave Key ... responsibilities: Manage the affairs of YNA AC under the supervision and direction of the corporation’s board ... website, social media, newsletters or other means, as well as through meetings at the community level Other

    Created: 22 November 2017

  9. Performance reporting

    ‘Understand sector risks and issues’. The review of ORIC’s staff work levels was completed in August, and some

    Created: 18 December 2017

  10. 2015–16 Yearbook (complete report)

    for the 2014–15 financial year, only one failed to do so, producing an overall compliance rate of 99.3 per cent. ... 98.1% 100.0% 99.3% Maintaining high compliance rates is important because high compliance gives members, ... –07 20 05 –06 20 04 –05 20 03 –04 20 02 –03 20 01 –02 20 00 –01 19 99 –00 19 98 –99 19 97 –98 19 96

    Available at: ORIC yearbook 2015–16

    Created: 27 April 2017

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