2015_03_27_Gazette No 15

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2015_03_27_Gazette No 15
NORFOLK
ISLAND
Norfolk Island Government Gazette
(PRINTED ON THE AUTHORITY OF THE ADMINISTRATION)
- 52 NORFOLK ISLAND GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NO. 15
Friday 27 March 2015
REFERENDUM ACT 1964
INSTRUMENT DIRECTING A REFERENDUM
I, David Ernest Buffett, speaker of the Legislative Assembly, under section 5 of the Referendum Act 1964 and in
accordance with a resolution of the Legislative Assembly on 18 March 2015, direct a referendum to ascertain the opinion
of the electors on the question 
“Should the people of Norfolk Island have the right to freely determine their political status, their economic,
social and cultural development and be consulted at referendum or plebiscite on the future model of
governance for Norfolk Island before such changes are acted on by the Australian Parliament?
YES 
NO”.
Dated 25 March 2015
DAVID E. BUFFETT
SPEAKER
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE PROMOTION OF SPORT
SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS FOR THE 2014/2015 FINANCIAL YEAR
APPLICANT
PURPOSE
AMOUNT
Norfolk Nippers
N.I. Junior Rugby League
N.I. Pony Club & Equestrian Association
Cheryl Tennis Club Junior Development
Purchase of Equipment
Training Camps/Visit of Specialist Coach
Visit of Qualified Instructor/Coach
Attendance at OTF Western Region Junior
Championships, Fiji, May 2015
Attendance at Commonwealth Youth Games,
Samoa, September 2015
$1,000.00
$1,000.00
$ 800.00
$1,000.00
Cheryl Tennis Club Junior Development
$1,000.00
Dated 24 March 2015
TIMOTHY J. SHERIDAN
MINISTER FOR FINANCE
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY ACT 1985
DETERMINATION OF CHARGES FOR THE SUPPLY OF ELECTRICITY
I, Timothy John Sheridan, Minister for Finance, under section 21 of the Electricity Supply Act 1985, determine that, with
effect from 1 April 2015, the charge for the supply of each unit of electricity is to be 68 cents.
Dated 26 March 2015
T.J. SHERIDAN
MINISTER FOR FINANCE
NORFOLK ISLAND HOSPITAL ACT 1985
APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER OF THE NORFOLK ISLAND HOSPITAL ADVISORY BOARD
I, Robin Eleanor Adams, Minister for Cultural Heritage and Community Services, under sections 12 and 13 of the Norfolk
Island Hospital Act 1985, and in accordance with a resolution of the Legislative Assembly on 18 March 2015, appoint —
Brett John Sanderson
who is not the Director, an employee of the Enterprise or a Minister, as a member of the Norfolk Island Hospital Advisory
Board for the term of 12 months commencing on the date of gazettal of this instrument.
Dated 25 March 2015
R.E. ADAMS
MINISTER FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
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Friday 27 March 2015
PASTURAGE AND ENCLOSURE ACT 1949
Regulation 5
I, Ronald John Ward, Minister for the Environment, direct the owners of stock depastured under the Pasturage and
Enclosure Act 1949, to muster stock for tagging and drenching at one of the following places between 7.00 am and 3.00
pm on 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
Kingston
Store Road
Middlegate
Rooty Hill Road
Cutters Corn
Bloody Bridge
Bumboras
Peters Highway
New Farm Road
Longridge
Rocky Point
Mt Pitt Road
Mission Road
Headstone Road
Douglas Drive
Anson Bay Road
Duncombe Bay Road
Kingfisher Paddock
Ball Bay
Bucks Point
Steels Point
Cockpit
Burnt Pine
New Cascade Road
J.E. Road
Red Road
Cascade
Muster Place
Pound Paddock, Kingston
Muster Dates
Monday and Tuesday,
13 and 14 April 2015
Mission Pool Yards
Wednesday,
15 April 2015
Kingfisher Paddock Yards, Anson Bay
Thursday,
16 April 2015
Pound Paddock, Kingston
Friday,
17 April 2015
Cascade Yards
Monday,
20 April 2015
Cattle owners are required to attend in person, at the appropriate muster place to muster, tag and drench stock. Cattle
owners may appoint an agent to attend the muster on their behalf, at the appropriate muster place(s) provided any such
appointment is in writing and handed to the Registrar of Brands and Marks 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 2016, 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 24 March 2015
R.J. WARD
MINISTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
THE ADMINISTRATION OF NORFOLK ISLAND
FT 398 -Senior Technical Officer - International Communications – Telecom
3 Year Fixed period
Salary Range: $46,689 to $48,861 pa
(Currently Income Tax Free, plus 6.5% Gratuity and 3.5% Performance Payment on meeting Performance
Objectives)
The Administration of Norfolk Island is seeking applications for the above position.
You will need to have 
• Certificate III or higher trade or tertiary qualifications in Telecommunications or similar
Information Technology or electronic discipline.
• At least 3 years’ experience, working knowledge and demonstrated technical skills in current
international telecommunications infrastructure, protocols and operations.
• Current telecommunication operational licences and/or relevant course accreditations.
• The proven ability to effectively follow plans and specifications and to supervise
telecommunication projects in the field ensuring positive outcomes.
•
Ability to efficiently manage workload to meet deadlines and to work independently and/or as
part of a diverse team of technical and customer support staff.
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•
Friday 27 March 2015
The ability to commit to work health and safety, public sector accountability and ethical conduct
requirements.
Current Drivers Licence – Class “C” Minimum.
The Position Specification for this position lists the full set of responsibilities and selection criteria and is available from
our website http://www.norfolkisland.gov.nf or by contacting the Human Resources Office at Kingston [email protected]
or phone 22001 (extension 2). Further enquiries can be directed to Bruce Taylor, Deputy CEO at email
[email protected] or telephone 22001 during business hours.
All Administration positions are subject to a 7 day spread of hours and positions may be rostered dependent on
customer and service requirements.
Appointments will be made on merit in accordance with the Public Service Act 2014. If you are interested in this position
you will need to send a written application addressing the selection criteria contained in the Position Specification. For
further
information
on
how
to
apply
for
positions
within
the
Administration
go
to

http://www.norfolkisland.gov.nf/hr/OpenPositions/ Applications will also need to include two recent work-related
referees. Applications are to be lodged by email at [email protected] no later than 9:00 am (Norfolk Island time) on
th
Monday 13 April 2015.
JON GIBBONS
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
PLANNING ACT 2002 – SECTION 48 NOTICE
The following Development Applications for permissible (with consent) use or development of land have been
determined under the Planning Act 2002.
DA
Number
0046/14
Applicant
Location
Proposed Use and/or Development
Decision
C. Clarke
0048/14
P. & A.
MacPherson
Portion 96b6
Rocky Point Road
Portion 13612
Selwyn Pine Road
Change of use to Residence –
Accommodation Unit
Change of use to Residence –
Accommodation Unit
Approved, subject to
conditions
Approved, subject to
conditions
Public Exhibition
The Development Applications, the Planning Reports and the Instruments of Approval may be inspected, free of charge,
during business hours at the Planning Office at the Administration of Norfolk Island, New Military Barracks, Kingston.
Reviewable Decisions
Decisions made in relation to development applications are reviewable decisions within the meaning of subsection 78(1)
of the Planning Act 2002.
The applicants or any persons who made a written public submission in relation to the above development applications
have the right to apply to the Administrative Review Tribunal for review of the decision in relation to the application.
An application for a review must be lodged within 28 days of the date the decision was given. An application for review
must:
•
be made in writing;
•
be in the approved form;
•
identify the decision to be reviewed; and
•
state the reasons for the application.
JODIE BROWN
CONTRACT PLANNING OFFICER
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Friday 27 March 2015
PLANNING ACT 2002 – SUBSECTION 43(1) NOTICE
Applicant:
Development Application No:
Location:
Proposed development:
Zone:
Category:
Kurt Menghetti
0008/15
Portion 36m12 (no. 13c) Ferny Lane
Change of Use to Residence – Accommodation Unit
Residential
Permissible (with consent)
Public Exhibition
The public is advised that Kurt Menghetti has lodged a Development Application for a change of use from Residence –
Dwelling House to Residence – Accommodation Unit at Portion 36m12 Ferny Lane. This Development Application may
be inspected, during business hours, at the Planning Office at the Administration of Norfolk Island, New Military Barracks,
Kingston.
Submission
th
th
Any person may, during the period between Friday 27 March 2015 and 10 April 2015 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 Development Application by the Minister 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 25 March 2015
JODIE BROWN
CONTRACT PLANNING OFFICER
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