Statutory Rules 2004 No. 233
Fisheries Management Act 1991
Specify the principles to be
applied in determining the costs that are incurred by or on behalf of the
Commonwealth in connection with the pursuit of foreign boats.
Statutory Rules 2004 No. 234
Specify revised forms in
connection with the review of decisions to grant statutory fishing rights by
the Statutory Fishing Rights Allocation Review Panel.
Statutory Rules 2004 No. 235
Provide for the recording of
new units of measurement relevant to gear statutory fishing rights on the
Register of Statutory Fishing Rights.
Customs Act 1901
Approves a form for the
purposes of lodging an application for a review by the Trade Measures Review
Statutory Rules 2004 No. 236
Australian Sports Drug Agency
Provide that a specified
sporting administration body within the meaning of the Australian Sports Drug
Agency Drug Testing (Scheme A) Orders 1999 and the Australian Sports Drug
Agency Drug Testing (Scheme B) Orders 1999 is specified for the purposes of
s. 67BA of the Act.
Amends the Principal Orders to
provide that each sporting administration body mentioned in Schedule 1 to the
Orders is a specified sporting administration body for the purpose of r. 86A
of the Regulations.
Defence Act 1903
Specifies overseas conditions
of service for members of the Australian Defence Force attached to the newly
established post of Defence Attache Baghdad.
Workplace Relations Act 1996
Specify guidelines to be used
by a delegate of the Secretary to the Department of Employment and Workplace
Relations in exercising powers under Part VA of the Act, such as requiring a
person to provide information or document in relation to a building industry
Fuel Quality Standards Act 2000
Specifies new sulphur limits
for petrol and diesel fuels to be applied from
01 January 2008 and 01 January 2009 respectively.
A New Tax System (Family
Assistance) (Administration) Act 1999
Specifies the designated date
for the purposes of Subdivision D of Division 1 of Part 3 of the Act.
Family Assistance Legislation
Amendment (More Help for Families-One-off Payments) Act 2004
Provides for a scheme for
one-off payments to families and carers in specified circumstances.
Social Security Act 1991
Specifies various matters that
are relevant to the operation of the assurance of support provisions in
Chapter 2C of the Act, as required by
s. 1061ZZGH(1) of the Act.
Statutory Rules 2004 No. 240
(Privileges and Immunities) Act 1963
Confer upon the World Tourism
Organization juridical personality and legal capacity to enable it to
exercise its powers and perform its functions in Australia, and also confer
certain immunities and privileges on that body.
National Health Act 1953
Adds Ethacrynic Acid to the
list of Pharmaceutical Benefits in Schedule 1 to the Principal Declaration.
Specifies certain drugs and
medicinal preparations that are no longer pharmaceutical benefits under Part
VII of the Act.
Specifies certain drugs and
medicinal preparations that are pharmaceutical benefits under Part VII of the
Specifies the conditions under
which payments will be made in respect of the supply of pharmaceutical
benefits under Part VII of the Act.
A New Tax System (Goods and
Services Tax) Act 1999
Determines that nicotine
replacement chewing gums, transdermal patches and lozenges are GST-free.
Statutory Rules 2004 No. 237
Health Insurance Act 1973
Amend the definition of ‘eligible
non-vocationally recognised medical practitioner’ in Part 2 of Schedule 1 to
the Principal Regulations to include participants in the Medical Deputising
Service - After Hours Other Medical Practitioners Program thus attracting the
full Medicare rebate.
Statutory Rules 2004 No. 238
Provides for Medicare rebates
to be claimed for a specific test in the diagnosis and monitoring of
Statutory Rules 2004 No. 239
(Notification and Assessment) Act 1989
Amend the Principal Regulations
as a consequence of the Industrial
Chemicals (Notification and Assessment) Amendment (Low Regulatory Concern
Civil Aviation Act 1988
Adds regular public transport
operations by single-engine aeroplanes to the list of operations to which
section 20.7.4 of the Principal Orders applies.
Inserts reference to
Recreational Aviation Australia Incorporated into the Principal Order.
Airworthiness Directive AD/750XL/1
Varies the technical
requirements for a particular type of aircraft.
Airworthiness Directive AD/A109/52
Airworthiness Directive AD/A320/157
Airworthiness Directive AD/A330/13 Amdt 2
Airworthiness Directive AD/A330/17 Amdt 2
Airworthiness Directive AD/A330/27 Amdt 1
Airworthiness Directive AD/A330/36
Airworthiness Directive AD/A330/37
Airworthiness Directive AD/AS 355/73 Amdt
Airworthiness Directive AD/AS 355/79
Airworthiness Directive AD/B747/311
Airworthiness Directive AD/B757/52 Amdt 1
Airworthiness Directive AD/BAe 146/107
Airworthiness Directive AD/BN-2/83
Airworthiness Directive AD/CAP 10/6
Airworthiness Directive AD/CESSNA 204/34
Airworthiness Directive AD/CESSNA 205/22
Airworthiness Directive AD/CESSNA 206/54
Airworthiness Directive AD/CESSNA 210/69
Airworthiness Directive AD/CESSNA 750/1
Airworthiness Directive AD/DA40/4
Airworthiness Directive AD/DAUPHIN/66
Airworthiness Directive AD/EC 120/3 Amdt
Airworthiness Directive AD/EC 120/10 Amdt
Airworthiness Directive AD/ECUREUIL/90
Airworthiness Directive AD/EMB-110/53
Airworthiness Directive AD/EXTRA/5 Amdt 1
Airworthiness Directive AD/SB2000/3
Airworthiness Directive AD/SD3-60/42 Amdt
Airworthiness Directive AD/SF340/84 Amdt
Airworthiness Directive AD/AE 3007/1
Varies the technical
requirements for a particular type of aircraft engine.
Airworthiness Directive AD/AE 3007/2
Airworthiness Directive AD/CFM56/23
Airworthiness Directive AD/PW200/1
Airworthiness Directive AD/TAY/12
Airworthiness Directive AD/TPE 331/61
Airworthiness Directive AD/PHOF/2 Amdt 1
Varies the technical
requirements for a particular type of aircraft equipment.
Airworthiness Directive AD/RAD/82
Exempts certain helicopters
operated by Lloyd Helicopters Pty Ltd from compliance with requirements
concerning on-board public address systems, subject to certain conditions.
Exempts authorised flying
instructors employed by the Singapore Flying College PTE Ltd from compliance
with certain requirements relating to student pilots, subject to conditions.
Exempts operators of Class A
aircraft from compliance with requirements concerning recording of
time-in-service on maintenance releases.
Exempts certain aircraft
operated by the Royal Flying Doctor Service from requirements relating to the
loading of fuel.
Revokes a previous instrument
and provides instructions as to how a pilot in command of an aircraft under
the Instrument Flight Rules may use the Global Positioning System.
Permits certain gliders to fly
under the Visual Flight Rules without a secondary surveillance radar
MRCA Instrument No. 1 of 2004
Military Rehabilitation and
Compensation Act 2004
Prescribes a Guide to be
applied in assessing, for the purposes of compensation, the degree of
impairment from service injury or disease.
MRCA Instrument No. 2 of 2004
Provides for a motor vehicle
compensation scheme for persons under the Act.
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