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Northern Territory Government gazette : no. G9



Northern Territory Government gazette : no. G9


Northern Territory Government


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Northern Territory Government

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Northern Territory Government Gazette; General notice


No. G9, 4 March 2020

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Northern Territory Government Gazette No. G9, 4 March 2020 Page 5 Schedule All that parcel of land at Mindil Beach in the Town of Darwin, Northern Territory of Australia bounded by lines described as follows: Commencing at the intersection of the north-westerly prolongation of the north-eastern boundary of Lot 5244 with the Low Water Mark of Fannie Bay; then south-easterly by the said prolongation and boundary and its south-easterly prolongation to the north-easterly prolongation of the north-western boundary of Lot 5257; then south-westerly to the northern corner of the said Lot; then south-easterly by its north-eastern boundary to a north-western boundary of Gilruth Avenue; then generally north-easterly by the said boundary to intersect parallel of south latitude 12 degrees 26 minutes 33.9 seconds, being a point on the centreline of a stormwater drain exiting under Gilruth Avenue; then generally north-westerly by the centreline of the said drain to intersect a south-western boundary of Lot 5670; then north west by the said boundary to the Low Water Mark of Fannie Bay; then generally south-westerly by the said Low Water Mark to the point of commencement, the position of Low Water Mark referred to being as at Lowest Astronomical Tide. Northern Territory of Australia Work Health and Safety (National Uniform Legislation) Act 2011 Revocation and Approval of Codes of Practice I, Natasha Kate Fyles, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, under section 274(1) of the Work Health and Safety (National Uniform Legislation) Act 2011: (a) revoke each approved code of practice in force immediately before the commencement of this instrument; and (b) approve each code of practice specified in the Schedule. Dated 26 February 2020 N. K. Fyles Attorney-General and Minister for Justice

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