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  1. 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

  2. ZZ45_2015_09112015.pdf

    the period from 1 June 2012 to 31 August 2012 (inclusive), the employee will be eligible for salary ... Where an employee receives salary advancement during the period 1 June 2012 to 31 August 2012 ... ZZ45_2015_09112015.pdf Enterprise Agreement 2012 to 2014 Commencement date of 1 May 2012 Agreement

    Available at: FOI ZZ45/2015

    Created: 19 September 2016

  3. Leaders in law, business and community

    owns 50 residential and commercial properties. In 2012 Bunuwal Fuel won the Rio Tinto distribution ... in Darwin. Between them they brought home 80 medals. Another way in which Rirratjingu Aboriginal Corporation

    Spotlight on | Created: 31 October 2017

  4. Building bridges every which way

    Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation (ALPA) is now the highest-earning corporation under ... the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act). In 2015–16 it generated income

    Spotlight on | Created: 23 November 2017

  5. Managing your membership

    be important to them. Many corporations produce a newsletter for members and other interested parties to stay

    Created: 1 February 2018

  6. Oracle newsletter, February 2016: INDEPENDENT DIRECTORS: can add a skill set (centre spread)

    Photo: Mambali Band playing at the Big Rivers Community Festival, held in Katherine in August ... got rhythm, the music flows and playing the tune feels easy. [Directors perform better when ... (not free from mobiles) | email: | website: See the full newsletter

    Other publication | Created: 16 February 2016

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

    The prosecutions were for various reporting offences under the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ... to the Registrar for deregistration. The matters were prosecuted by the Commonwealth Director of Public ... Prosecutions. The CATSI Act emphasises the importance of compliance and reporting as a mechanism to improve

    Media Release | Created: 26 October 2017

  8. Registrar and ACNC continue ties to reduce reporting obligations

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

    Media Release | Created: 8 November 2017

  9. 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

  10. Regulation

    cause notice’ under section 487-10 of the CATSI Act. These corporations were required to explain why ... Examinations In 2015–16 ORIC completed 39 examinations. The Registrar has the authority under ... the CATSI Act (section 453-1) to examine a corporation’s books and records at any time. The purpose

    Yearbook section | Created: 28 November 2016