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Call for Expressions of Interest for appointment as a part-time member of the Diversification and Sustainability Support Fund Advisory Board

Expressions of interest are sought from qualified people for appointment as a part-time ordinary member of the Diversification Sustainability and Support Fund Advisory Board (the Advisory Board). Expertise in one or more of the following areas would be highly regarded:

  • business strategy or financial management;
  • club operations; and/or
  • urban design, planning or property development.

The Advisory Board has been established to advise the Attorney-General on matters concerning the Diversification and Sustainability Support Fund, and to make recommendations about payments to be made from the Fund.

The Gaming Machine Act 2004 (the Act) provides that the Advisory Board is to consist of up to four members, one of which must be appointed a Chairperson. Members are appointed for a term not exceeding two years.

About the Diversification and Sustainability Support Fund

The Diversification and Sustainability Support Fund was established to fund projects and initiatives that assist clubs to…

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Total mobile device ban for L and P drivers

A total mobile device ban for L and P drivers is in place from 1 July 2019.

It’s already illegal to call, text or use social media when driving and now if you are a…

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Evaluation of the ACT Road Safety Camera Program

ACT’s road safety cameras are preventing crashes, reducing injuries and saving the community more than $60 million each year in road trauma costs.

Minister for Road Safety Shane Rattenbury today released the findings of an…

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Evaluation of Bicycle Passing Distances in the ACT findings released

Minister for Road Safety Shane Rattenbury has released the findings of a University of Adelaide study research into compliance with the ACT’s minimum passing rules to coincide with the launch ACT’s participation in National Road…

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The Road Safety Advisory Board and Fund

The Road Safety Advisory Board is a non-statutory body, comprising an ACT Government executive as chair, and appointment of nominees from the two ACT CTP insurers, three road user representatives and two road safety experts. …

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