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					                                 NORFOLK                                 ISLAND



 Norfolk Island Government Gazette
              (PRINTED ON THE AUTHORITY OF THE ADMINISTRATION)
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NORFOLK ISLAND GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NO. 11                                                               Friday 9 March 2012

                                                 IMMIGRATION ACT 1980
                                           REFUND OF NORFOLK AIR TICKETS
                                              NOTICE TO PERMIT HOLDERS
As a result in the change in airline servicing Norfolk Island from Australia some permit holders with an airline ticket have
received a refund on their current tickets.

Permit holders in this category are required to purchase another ticket or lodge a bond with the Immigration Section in
order to satisfy that requirement of their permit. Permit Holders who have already purchased a ticket with Air New
Zealand are requested to submit a copy of their ticket to the Immigration Section so that a copy can be placed on their
file and to satisfy the Immigration requirements.

Information regarding the bond arrangements can be obtained by contacting the Immigration Section on 22140
extension 2.

Compliance checks will be carried out to ensure the condition as listed in the Policy & Guidelines is satisfied. Permit
holders who have obtained a refund should contact the Immigration Section to advise what alternate arrangements have
been made.

Persons who do not comply with this requirement will be in breach of the conditions of their permit.

Dated 15 February 2012
                                                                                                     YVON FRENCH
                                                                                       ACTING IMMIGRATION OFFICER


                                           NOTICE OF ELECTION
                     EMPLOYEE MEMBERS OF THE STAFF CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE
                                 PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT ACT 2000
The Public Sector Management Act 2000 establishes the Staff Consultative Committee which consists of 2 members of
the Corporate Management Group appointed by the Chief Executive Officer and 4 employees elected by employees.

Employee members are elected for a term of 2 years. Elections of employee members must be held in accordance with
the requirements of the Public Sector Management Regulations 2000.

The term of the current employee members of the Staff Consultative Committee has expired and an election is therefore
necessary. There are four employee vacancies to be filled. Nominations are now invited of candidates who are eligible
for election.

Nominations must be made on the prescribed form. Nomination forms are available from the Returning Officer at
Customs House Burnt Pine.

Candidates will be required to indicate on the nomination form whether or not the candidate is an office bearer of a
prescribed organisation under the Public Sector Management Regulations 2000, and if so, the name of the prescribed
organisation..

Nominations close 4 30 pm on Friday 9 March 2012.

Polling day will be Wednesday 4 April 2012. Polling booths will be operating at the locations below during the following
hours –
                             Customs House, Burnt Pine: 9 30 am till 12 30 pm
                             New Military Barracks, Kingston: 1 00 pm till 4 00 pm

Persons who are on the roll of voters (“eligible voters”) may apply for a postal vote if he or she can satisfy the Returning
officer that he or she will be unable to attend a polling booth to vote.

Any further enquiries are to be directed to the Returning Officer.

Dated 22 February 2012
                                                                                                        YVON FRENCH
                                                                                                   RETURNING OFFICER
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NORFOLK ISLAND GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NO. 11                                                                 Friday 9 March 2012

                                 THE ADMINISTRATION OF NORFOLK ISLAND
                       POSITION VACANT  GROUNDSMAN - PUBLIC UTILITIES HANDYMAN

   Short-term temporary engagement of 1 month: salary: $29,590 pa plus 15% loading in lieu of entitlements
Applications are being sought from persons interested in the temporary position of Groundsman/Public Utilities Handy-
man for period of 1 month as from 26 March 2012. The successful applicant will report to the Building Maintenance
Foreman and the Manager – Public Works.

To be successful for this position the successful applicant will need:
     to have experience in cleaning and general maintenance;
     have a proven ability to effectively and efficiently carry out written and verbal instructions;
     have a proven ability to work competently as an individual and/or as part of a team;
     possess a drivers licence minimum HR class;
     have an ability to communicate with the public in a courteous manner ensuring the appropriate information is
      supplied and clarified if required; and
     have an understanding of ethical conduct, public sector accountability, workplace equity and OH&S principles and
      practices.

Position Specifications for this position listing the full set of responsibilities and criteria are available from our website
www.gov.nf, or by contacting the Human Resources Office at Kingston hr@admin.gov.nf or phone 22001 Ext 2. Further
inquiries can be directed to the Manager Public Works, Doug Creek, on 22006 Ext 4 during business hours at the Works
Depot.

All Administration positions are subject to 7 day spread of hours and positions may be rostered dependent on customer
and service level needs.

Recruitment will be on merit according to skills and experience and in accordance with the Public Sector Management
Act 2000. If you are interested you will need to send a written application describing your suitability against the essential
criteria in the relevant Position Specification with two other nominated referees familiar with your work experience,
preferably a recent supervisor. Applications must be received by the Human Resources Office no later than 4.00 pm on
Monday 19 March 2012.
                                                                                                          BRUCE TAYLOR
                                                                                  ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER


                                    THE ADMINISTRATION OF NORFOLK ISLAND
                                 POSITION VACANT  PLANT LABOURER  ROADS
                                           Salary Range: $28,384 to $28,998
Applications are being sought from persons interested in a 1 year contract position (with optional 1 year extension) for
the position of Plant Labourer – Roads, that has become vacant within the Works Department of the Administration.

The purpose of the position is to assist in the construction and maintenance of roads in accordance with directions,
plans and specifications. To be successful in this position the successful applicant will need:
       Experience working in the proximity, and with heavy equipment in a safe manner;
       To have the physic ability to carry out labouring work;
       Drivers licence – minimum HR;
       Proven ability to effectively and efficiently carry out verbal & written instructions;
       Proven ability to work competently as an individual and/or as part of a team;
       Understanding of ethical conduct and public sector accountability;
       An understanding of, and commitment to, workplace equity and occupational health and safety principles and
        practices;
       Ability to communicate with the public in a courteous manner ensuring the appropriate information is supplied
        and clarified if required.

Position Specifications for this position, listing the full set of responsibilities and criteria, are available from our website
www.gov.nf or by contacting the Human Resources Office at Kingston hr@admin.gov.nf or phone 22001 Ext 2. Further
inquiries can be directed to the Manager-Public Works, Doug Creek on 22006 Ext 4 during the Depot’s operational
hours.

All Administration positions are subject to 7 day spread of hours and positions may be rostered dependent on customer
and service level needs.

Recruitment will be on merit according to skills and experience and in accordance with the Public Sector Management
Act 2000. If you are interested you will need to send a written application describing your suitability against the essential
criteria in the relevant Position Specification, as well as listing two nominated referees familiar with your recent work
experience, preferably a recent supervisor. Applications must be received by the Human Resources Office no later than
4.00 pm on Monday 26 March 2012.
                                                                                                          BRUCE TAYLOR
                                                                                  ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
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NORFOLK ISLAND GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NO. 11                                                                 Friday 9 March 2012




                                    THE ADMINISTRATION OF NORFOLK ISLAND
                      POSITIONS VACANT  WORKS DEPOT  PLANT OPERATOR – ROADS
                                           Salary Range: $29,590 to $30,969
Applications are being sought from persons interested in a 1 year contract position (with optional 1 year extension) for
the position of Plant Operator – Roads, that has become vacant within the Works Department of the Administration.

The purpose of the position is to assist in the construction and maintenance of roads in accordance with directions,
plans and specifications. To be successful in this position the successful applicant will need:
       Proven experience and ability in the operation of heavy plant and equipment;
       Plant & Equipment Operational certificates or appropriate equivalent;
       Drivers licence – minimum HR;
       Proven ability to effectively and efficiently carry out verbal & written instructions;
       Proven ability to work competently as an individual and/or as part of a team;
       Understanding of ethical conduct and public sector accountability;
       Ability to communicate with the public in a courteous manner ensuring the appropriate information is supplied
        and clarified if required.

Position Specifications for this position, listing the full set of responsibilities and criteria, are available from our website
www.gov.nf/jobs or by contacting the Human Resources Office at Kingston hr@admin.gov.nf or phone 22001 Ext 2.
Further inquiries can be directed to the Manager Public Works, Doug Creek on 22006 Ext 4 during the Depot’s
operational hours.

All Administration positions are subject to 7 day spread of hours and positions may be rostered dependent on customer
and service level needs.

Recruitment will be on merit according to skills and experience and in accordance with the Public Sector Management
Act 2000. If you are interested you will need to send a written application describing your suitability against the essential
criteria in the relevant Position Specification with at least two written references and two other nominated referees
familiar with your work experience. Applications must be received by the Human Resources Office no later than 4.00 pm
on Monday 26 March 2012.

                                                                                                      BRUCE TAYLOR
                                                                                     ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER



                                        ELECTRICITY SUPPLY ACT 1985
                                           NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
PLEASE NOTE THAT: under subsection 9(1) of the Electricity Supply Act 1985, authorised officers will be entering lands
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Island wide in Norfolk Island on 26 March to 30 March 2012 between the hours of 7 00 am and 5 00 pm for the
purpose of reading electricity meters.

All dogs on lands in the above mentioned times should be securely tethered or housed to allow the authorised officers
to carry out their duty in safety.

Failure to securely tether or house a dog will result in an electricity meter not being read. If an electricity meter on any
land is not read as a result of a dog not being securely tethered or housed the electricity supply to that land may be
assessed.

Persistent failure to comply with the request to restrain dogs at the times when the meters are to be read, may cause a
disconnection of the service.

Dated 2 March 2012
                                                                                                        JOHN CHRISTIAN
                                                                                                   ELECTRICITY MANAGER




                                                 EMPTY PETROL DRUMS
Empty 200 litre petrol drums will be available for sale at $5.00 each from the Airport Mechanical Workshop from Monday
5 March 2012. Before collecting drums, payment should be made to the cashier at either the Finance Department at
Kingston or at Telecom and the receipt presented at the Airport Mechanical Workshop between the hours of 7.00am and
2.30pm, Monday to Friday.
                                                                                                       BRUCE TAYLOR
                                                                                   ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
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NORFOLK ISLAND GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NO. 11                                                                  Friday 9 March 2012

                                   TENDER 04/12 – SALE OF USED CATTLESTOP
Tenders are invited for the purchase for the following –
                                                   One (1) used steel cattlestop

Inspections may be arranged by contacting David Magri KAVHA Works Supervisor on mobile 50633 between the hours
of 7 00 am – 3 30 pm Monday to Friday.

The item will be sold “as is, where is” and the Administration makes no warranty or representation whatsoever as to the
quality of the item for any particular purpose or use.

Tenders should be placed in a sealed envelope marked “Used Steel Cattlestop – Tender no 04/12“ and placed in the
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Tender Box located in the Records Section, Top floor, New Military Barracks, Kingston, before 4.00 pm on 16 March
2012

The highest or indeed any tender may not necessarily be accepted.

Dated 29 February 2012
                                                                                                        DAVID MAGRI
                                                                                             KAVHA WORKS SUPERVISOR


                                   PASTURAGE AND ENCLOSURE ACT 1949
                               PASTURAGE AND ENCLOSURE REGULATIONS 1949
                                                                                                          Regulation 5
I, Timothy J. Sheridan, Minister for Community Services, direct the owners of stock depastured under the Pasturage and
Enclosure Act 1949, to muster the stock for drenching and inspection by the Stock Inspector at one of the following
places between 7 am and 3 pm on any of the dates indicated below for that area. Dates are subject to change
depending on the weather. Any variation of dates will be notified over the local radio.

 Stock Found in the Following areas             Muster Place                        Muster Dates
                                                                                      th    th
 Kingston, Store Road                           Pound Paddock, Kingston             26 to 27 March 2012
 Middlegate
 Rooty Hill Road
 Cutters Corn
 Bloody Bridge
 Bumboras
 Peters Highway
 New Farm Road
 Longridge
 Rocky Point
                                                                                         th
 Mt Pitt Road                                   Mission Pool Yards                  28 March 2012
 Mission Road
 Headstone Road
 Douglas Drive
                                                                                         th
 Anson Bay Road                                 Kingfisher Paddock Yards,           29 March 2012
 Duncombe Bay Road                              Anson Bay
                                                                                         th
 Ball Bay                                       Old Ball Bay Corral                 30 March 2012
 Bucks Point
 Steels Point
                                                                                        nd
 Cockpit                                        Cattleyard at Cascade               2        April 2012
 Burnt Pine
 New Cascade Road
 J.E. Road
 Red Road
 Cascade

Cattle owners are required to attend in person, at the appropriate muster place to assist the Stock Inspector. Cattle
owners may appoint an agent to attend the muster on their behalf, at the appropriate muster place(s) to assist the Stock
Inspector. All such appointments shall be in writing and handed to the Stock Inspector prior to muster. Failure to attend
muster or failure to submit the written appointment of an agent will result in that cattle owner being ineligible to be
granted pasturage rights for the next 12-month period beginning April 2013, in accordance with the approved Pasturage
Rights Policy.

It should be further noted that an approved right of pasturage must exist in respect of calves over the age of 6 months,
which are expected to be depastured on common land.

Dated 14 February 2012
                                                                                            TIMOTHY J. SHERIDAN
                                                                              MINISTER FOR COMMUNITY SERVICES
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NORFOLK ISLAND GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NO. 11                                                       Friday 9 March 2012

                               PLANNING ACT 2002 – SUBSECTION 43(1) NOTICE
Applicant:                      Larry and Barbara Quintal
                                PO Box 357 Norfolk Island
Development Application No:     0009/12
Location:                       Portion 25f3 New Cascade Road
Proposed Development:           Subdivision into a total of 2 portions
Zone:                           Mixed Use
Category:                       Permissible (with consent)




Public Exhibition
The public are advised that Larry and Barbara Quintal have lodged a development application for a subdivision of
Portion 25f3 New Cascade Road into a total of 2 portions. This Development Application may be inspected, during
business hours, at the Planning Office at the Administration of Norfolk Island, New Military Barracks, Kingston.

Submission
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Any person may, during the period between Friday 9 March and Friday 23 March 2012, make written submissions to
the Chief Executive Officer about the above Development Application. All submissions must state the relevant
Development Application (DA) number. All submissions must be signed by at least one person making the submission.
If a submission objects to the proposed development, the grounds for objections must be specified in the submission.

Reviewable decisions
A decision made on this DA by the executive member under subsections 44(7) and 44(8) of the Planning Act 2002 is a
reviewable decision within the meaning of subsection 78(1) of the Act.

Dated 7 March 2012
                                                                                                   ALAN McNEIL
                                                                                              PLANNING OFFICER



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