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  1. ORIC_MR1718-02_Island-arts-centre-back-on-its-feet.pdf

    passed away in 2015. The corporation is funded by Commonwealth and Queensland government agencies

    Available at: Mornington Island arts centre back on its feet

    Created: 1 September 2017

  2. About this report

    corporations registered under the CATSI Act   2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 * The number ... Act as at 30 June 2015. There were 170 new registrations during 2014–15, up from 163 in 2013–14 (table

    Top 500 report section | Created: 29 May 2017

  3. 16_0043_ORIC_yearbook_2015-16_v1-0_(support_services).pdf

    16_0043_ORIC_yearbook_2015-16_v1-0_(support_services).pdf 36 | Yearbook 2015–16 Support services ... Call centre In 2015–16 ORIC received 9040 telephone calls seeking information and advice. ORIC’s ... to 2015–16 0 3000 6000 9000 12000 15000 20 15 –1 6 20 14 –1 5 20 13 –1 4 20 12 –1 3 20 11 –1 2 20 10 –1 1 20

    Available at: Support services

    Created: 29 November 2016

  4. ORIC-review-final-report_Dec-2016.docx

    6 ORIC should ensure that publications such as the Top 500 report, statistics on corporations entering ... publication informs ORIC’s regulatory approach and planning. 7 ORIC should work together with: the key funding ... to address those issues, and the outcomes achieved (drawing on the Public Governance, Performance

    Available at: Regulating Indigenous Corporations

    Created: 7 July 2017

  5. Registrar commences proceedings in WA against former corporation executives

    $1,381,413.55 and repaid $1,163,456.75. The payments were not approved by the directors of MRAC. In July 2015 ... previous media release— Registrar obtains freezing orders (MR1516‑01), 3 July 2015. Media contact Lisa Hugg

    Media Release | Created: 2 June 2017

  6. Special_admins_(members_and_directors)_v1-0_(A4_single).pdf

    administration (this is called a ‘show cause’ procedure). To protect public money or to prevent an interruption ... with funding agencies, members and other interested parties through newsletters and information meetings ... Information meetings/newsletters The Registrar expects that the special administrator will hold information

    Available at: Special administrations: what members and directors should know

    Created: 6 July 2016

  7. Special_admins_(members_and_directors)_v1-0_(A3_spread).pdf

    To protect public money or to prevent an interruption to essential services, the Registrar can place

    Available at: Special administrations: what members and directors should know

    Created: 6 July 2016

  8. Special_administration_for_creditors_v1-2_(A4_single).pdf

    To protect public money or to prevent an interruption to essential services, the Registrar can place ... administration • communicates with funding agencies, members and other interested parties through newsletters ... as membership and proposed rule book changes. Information meetings/newsletters The Registrar expects

    Available at: Special administrations: what funding agencies, creditors and employees should know

    Created: 6 July 2016

  9. Special_administration_for_creditors_v1-2_(A3_spread).pdf

    To protect public money or to prevent an interruption to essential services, the Registrar can place ... in place for public liability, professional indemnity and workers’ compensation. Complaints or concerns ... agencies, members and other interested parties through newsletters and information meetings (community

    Available at: Special administrations: what funding agencies, creditors and employees should know

    Created: 6 July 2016

  10. Key findings

    in 2013–14, an increase of 5.7 per cent). As at 30 June 2015 there were 144 registered native title bodies

    Top 500 report section | Created: 29 May 2017

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