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  1. 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

  2. Managing your membership

    a section at the bottom for directors to record all the tasks in the application process. Directors make ... laws and customs. My right to practice my culture is protected by Section 211 of the  Native Title

    Created: 1 February 2018

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

    knowledge. Part of the Registrar’s functions under section 658-1 of the CATSI Act is to provide public ... 16_0043_ORIC_yearbook_2015-16_v1-0_(training).pdf 52 | Yearbook 2015–16 Training In 2015–16 ORIC: ... are made as necessary. Training courses for 2015–16 on the ORIC website Yearbook 2015–16 | 53 Types

    Available at: Training

    Created: 29 November 2016

  4. 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

    Media Release | Created: 8 November 2017

  5. Members

    are suppressed through an exemption) and it is a public document available through the public register. ... ORIC, and we will capture only what is required for your members list on the public register Combined

    Created: 23 January 2018

  6. HCC_template_Consent-to-become-a-director.doc

    is appointed as a director—section 246-10(1) of the CATSI Act. The period of automatic disqualification is set ... out in sections 279-5 and 279-10 of the CATSI Act.

    Available at: Consent to become a director

    Created: 9 January 2018

  7. HCC_template_appointment-of-proxy.doc

          NOTE: Check your corporation’s rule book and section 201-90 of the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres

    Available at: Appointment of proxy

    Created: 9 January 2018

  8. Benefits flow from top 500 success

    or earlier top 500 reports at Media contact Lisa Hugg (02) 6146

    Media Release | Created: 7 November 2017

  9. Directors

    the publication of the first top 500 report, the average number of directors per corporation has remained

    Top 500 report section | Created: 29 May 2017

  10. 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