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  • Definition of gazetted from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of gazetted. Pronunciation of gazetted. Definition of the word gazetted. Origin of the word gazetted. — “gazetted - Definition of gazetted at ”,
  • gazetted. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search [edit] Verb. gazetted. Simple past tense and past participle of gazette. Retrieved from ". — “gazetted - Wiktionary”,
  • Gazetted Exemptions. The following exemptions have been made under regulation 5 of the Health and Safety in Employment (Pressure Equipment, Cranes, and Passenger Ropeways) Regulations 1999 [PECPR Regulations]: Controllers of Timber Treatment Vessels. Date gazetted : 22/12/05. — “Gazetted Exemptions”, osh.dol.govt.nz
  • Nairobi — No sugar imports will be allowed into the country until new regulations are gazetted, the Government said on Wednesday. Agriculture Minister William Ruto said that the new regulations would be gazetted "soon". — “: Kenya: Sugar Import Rules to Be Gazetted”,
  • Tough wage-default law to be gazetted. The Employment (Amendment) Bill 2009, which The Employment (Amendment) Bill 2009, which introduces tough measures to deter defaults of awards related to labour disputes, will be gazetted June 26 and tabled at the Legislative Council July 8. — “Hong Kong Legal & Law Community | Latest Law News”,
  • Gazetted definition, a newspaper (now used chiefly in the names of newspapers): See more. — “Gazetted | Define Gazetted at ”,
  • But seven months down the line, the statutory instrument is still to be gazetted in order for the law to come into force. The sooner the Act is gazetted through a statutory instrument, the. — “Affiliated Network for Social Accountability (ANSA-Africa)”, ansa-
  • SHAH ALAM, 3 Dec 2008: Selangor state government has acquired and gazetted an area in Kampung Sungai Terentang, Rawang for Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB)'s Central Area Reinforcement (CAR) project. — “Car project site in Rawang gazetted | The Nut Graph”,
  • Manages recruitment within the state civil service. Includes history, board composition, and current recruitment activity and standards. PREVIOUS YEARS QUESTION PAPERS OF GAZETTED PROBATIONERS MAIN EXAM. — “KARNATAKA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION”, kpsc.kar.nic.in
  • Gazetted Officer the civil servants whose appointments, posting, transfer and other career incidents in the service are cited in a weekly official gazette series. One of the major characteristics of the administrative system of Bangladesh is. — “BANGLAPEDIA: Gazetted Officer”,
  • Australian Public Holidays 2011: Gazetted and Official Holidays NSW has several additional public holidays gazetted under the Banks and Bank Holidays Act 1912. — “Australian Public Holidays 2011: Gazetted and Official Holidays”, suite101.com
  • Welcome to the Website of Income Tax Gazetted Officers Association ! of over more than 8500 promotee gazetted officers was founded way back in 1933. — “Home | INCOME TAX GAZETTED OFFICERS ASSOCIATION”,
  • NON GAZETTED POSTS – STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION. 9th November 2009. Applications in the prescribed proforma are invited from eligible candidates for the following Group B' Non Geztted posts for various minstries/offices of the Government of India. — “NON GAZETTED POSTS – STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION @ Government”,
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. chiefly British : to announce or publish in a gazette. — “Gazetted - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster”, merriam-
  • Note: For issue of pay slip on appointment to a gazetted post on promotion from a non-gazetted post, in addition to the documents cited above, the Service Register and the Last Pay Certificate are to be sent to the AG's office. Promotion from one gazetted cadre to another :. — “Accountants General, Karnataka”, agkar.cag.gov.in
  • gazette ( ) n. A newspaper. An official journal. Chiefly British . An announcement in an official journal This includes release in the public domain, for example The Gazette of India and The Royal Gazette of Thailand. — “gazette: Definition from ”,
  • Welcome to IOFGOA HomePage! We, the personnel of the Indian Ordnance Factories, are proud of our Armed Forces who are ever ready to lay down their lives for ensuring the safety and freedom of our countrymen. — “Indian Ordnance Factories Gazetted Officers' Association”,
  • Muharram (or Muharrum) is a gazetted holiday in India, marking the start of the Islamic year. It is the first day of the first month in the Islamic calendar. Many Muslims may also mark the anniversary of Husayn ibn Ali's death on the ninth, 10th. — “Holidays: Muharram/New Year in India”,
  • "Gazette" came to be used for an official government paper with the creation of the London Gazette, first published in 1665 under the title of The Oxford Gazette. This was one of the first publications in the world that could be termed a "newspaper". — “Gazette - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • High lysine corn is being gazetted today at 1pm. This corn is used as an animal feed, but it has had its safety assessed as if for human consumption. Food containing this GM variety can now be imported and sold in New Zealand, although such. — “High lysine corn gazetted | Scoop News”, scoop.co.nz
  • GUIDELINES TO STATE GAZETTED OFFICERS ENTITLEMENTS (The issue of Pay Slips, Reports, Certificates, etc. Where the system or issue of pay slips to Gazetted Officers of a State Government by the Accountant General. — “Official website of Accountant General, Manipur”, agmpr.nic.in
  • At that time, very few polytechnics were in existence and the total strength of gazetted officers was very few. Today, our strength exceeds more than three hundred gazetted officers and the directorate has also grown to nine Delhi Govt. — “Welcome to AGOTE, Delhi”,
  • Definition of gazetted in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of gazetted. Pronunciation of gazetted. Translations of gazetted. gazetted synonyms, gazetted antonyms. Information about gazetted in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “gazetted - definition of gazetted by the Free Online”,

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  • site Gazetted public access to beach along northern boundary Septic covenant and new drilled well in place Only 10 minutes to all amenities marinas of Madeira Park more photos
  • George Town Conservation Zone According to the recently gazetted Penang State Structure Plan 2020 the George Town heritage area is classified into two zones namely Core Heritage Zone 109 38 hectares and Buffer Zone 150 04 hectares
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  • Malvella leprosa gazetted as Sida leprosa
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  • Was there any gazetted law about using state stamps 20 odd years after federation
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  • at Gazetted Post BPS 17 and for higher education like M Phil and Ph D See Islamia University Letter and Higher Education Commission notification It is completed after long efforts Islamia University Letter
  • Cebrzynski was awarded the KW and Bar gazetted 23rd December 1940 and a second Bar gazetted 31st October 1947
  • Argentina The highest gazetted road in Sth America 4895m
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  • Protected Areas in Peninsular Malaysia Reserves gazetted under the National Land Code
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  • be gazetted Minister Ramsammy emphasized that each health institution in the country has until March 2009 to ensure rules laws and regulations are implemented Minister Ramsammy at the launch of Quality Health Care Week In addition to the code of ethics and regulations Acts patient rights charter will also be implemented
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  • was gazetted as Baroness Clark of Calton in the City of Edinburgh In January 2006 Baroness Clark resigned as Advocate General to take up office as a Senator of the College of Justice PROFESSOR SIR PHILIP COHEN Professor Sir Philip Cohen is one of the most important scientists working in the UK higher education sector today He has been the key influence in developing the
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  • He was awarded the DFC gazetted 15th November 1942 and a further two bars to the KW gazetted 31st October 1947
  • Gazettement Gazetted as Bayan Lepas Waterfall Rehabilitated by JPS as recreational river Bayan Lepas Waterfall Accessibility To the park Road from Georgetown all the way to Bayan Lepas to the entrance of waterfall are quite straight forward Road are tarred all the way to the
  • Figure 8 2 Protected areas that have been formally gazetted and allocated to an IUCN category Note Data used are assumed to be correct from the data suppliers Map Data Source Collaborative Australian Protected Areas Database CAPAD 2000 ©Commonwealth of Australia 2002
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  • Hong Kong s Gazetted Beaches Annual beach rankings from 1997 to 2008 See Data
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  • Name change of Herbarium Australiense Gazetted to Australian National Herbarium 26 6 84 PDF
  • 26 Jul 2005 Lower Kinabatangan to be gazetted soon
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  • Gazetted Ranks
  • gazetted 11th June 1940 and received it from the King below in a ceremony at Hornchurch on June 27th in company with Deere and Leathart who were awarded the DFC and DSO respectively Allen destroyed a Ju88 on June 17th and shared in destroying a He59 on July 9th His engine was damaged in a combat with Me109 s over Margate on July 24th 1940 He stalled while trying to
  • Distribution of annual ranks for gazetted beaches for the past 10 years
  • were gazetted as a wildlife sanctuary Tanjung Tuan is noted as an important birdwatching area Migratory birds can be spotted here between September and March when they overwinter Tanjung Tuan Lighthouse
  • Central Non Gazetted Electrical Employees Union leaders Parshotam
  • ^ Gazetted as a National Monument on 18 Dec 1998 by the Preservation of Monuments Board ^ A bit of her history
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  • Armenian Church Gazetted as a national monument in 1973 The Armenian Church is the oldest church in Singapore It was built by G D Coleman in 1835
  • gazetted in May 1897 At first the government were keen to use the Aboriginal name Kalgara for the townsite but decided that locally used name of Mount Margaret should prevail Mount Margaret Cemetery

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  • YALGOO WA WESTERN AUSTRAL IA PART 2 OF 2 caravan trip 2007 Yalgoo, Western Australia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The townsite of Yalgoo is located in the Murchison region, 499 km north north east of Perth and 118 km east north east of Mullewa. Gold was discovered in the area in the early 1890's, and by 1895 there were 120 men working the diggings and buildings being erected. The goldfield warden asked for a townsite to be surveyed and gazetted, and following survey the townsite of Yalgu was gazetted in January 1896. The spelling Yalgu was used because of spelling rules for Aboriginal names adopted by the Lands & Surveys Department (the letter u best representing the "oo" sound). Within a month the Lands & Surveys had decided reluctantly to use the original Yalgoo spelling, and this spelling has been used ever since. Some doubt about the spelling being officially changed resulted in an amendment from Yalgu to Yalgoo being gazetted in 1938. Yalgoo is an Aboriginal name first recorded for Yalgoo Peak by the surveyor John Forrest in 1876. The name is said to mean "blood" or "place of blood", derived from the word "Yalguru". An alternative view is that it is derived from the Yalguru bush which abounds in the area, and has blood red sap. It was once the location of an important railway station on the Northern Railway, station opened in 1896. Yalgoo's importance declined after the forging of an all weather road between Wubin and Paynes Find during the Post WWII era across Lake Moore. Yalgoo is also a local ...
  • MEEKATHARRA WA HISTORICAL PHOTOGAPHS pt 2 of 2 parts MEEKATHARRA A HISTORY WESTERN AUSTRALIA WA14:23 - 1 year ago CARAVAN TRIP 2007 Meekatharra is a former gold rush town. It seems the first settlement at Meekatharra occurred in 1894 and that, in May 1896, after the prospectors Meehan, Porter and Soich discovered gold, miners moved to the new settlement from the other East Murchison fields and mining grew rapidly in scale and sophistication. The Peak Hill mining town was founded in 1892 approximately 100km up the road during this initial Gold Rush. Success on the Meekatharra field was short-lived. It was only because a second gold discovery occurred in 1899 that the town survived. In 1901 the Meekatharra State Battery began operation and by Christmas Day 1903 the township had been officially gazetted. In 1906 Alfred Wernam Canning was appointed to develop a stock route from the East Kimberleys to the Murchison. The stock route, comprising 54 wells, was completed in 1908 and, when the railway arrived in Meekatharra in 1910, the town became the railhead at the end of the route. In many ways the railway ensured the town's survival. In 1910 it took the first shipment of wool out of the area and it continued to serve the local pastoral interests until it was closed down in 1978. Meekatharra underwent a significant gold rush during the mining boom of the 1980s, with mining continuing until early 2005 at St Barbaba Mines's Bluebird open pit mine. Exploration has recently restarted in the area, St Barbara sold out to a company ...
  • IIEC Publishes Final Results The Interim Independent Electoral Commission has set the stage for this Friday's grand celebration to inaugurate the new constitution after it gazetted the final results of the 4th August referendum. They had allowed a 14-day window period for anybody wishing to challenge the referendum results to do so and that period expired on Friday. The IIEC published the results in a Kenya gazette notice that confirms the YES side won the referendum after over 6 million voters, 67% of those registered, voted in favour of the proposed new constitution. The courts will however rule Tuesday on an application by two citizens who want the promulgation stopped. The two citizens, Mary Ariviza and Okotch Mondo, moved to court last Friday to challenge the referendum results saying there was need to audit the electoral tallying system. Should the court rule that the case proceeds to a full hearing, and then the promulgation may have to be called off, at least for the moment. Abdi Osman reports.
  • ESPANO RUSSO BY JOHN SOKOLOFF YOSEMITE WATERFALL Yosemite National Park, California , USA This park was gazetted as a national park in 1890. It is world famous for its rugged terrain, waterfall and century-old pine trees. It covers 1200 sq km and the "fire" waterfall of El Capitan is one of the most spectacular of all scenery. The spectacular view of the waterfall is created by the reflection of sunlight hitting the falling water at a specific angle. This rare sight can only be seen at a 2-week period towards the end of Feburary. To photograph this rare event, photographers would often have to wait and endure years of patience in order to capture them. The reason is because its appearance depends on a few natural phenomenons occuring at the same time and luck. 1st, Is the formation of the waterfall - The water is formed by the melting of snow and ice at the top of the mountain. It melts between the month of December and January and by the end of February there might not have much snow left to melt. 2nd, is the specific angle of the sunray hitting the falling water - The sun's position must be exactly at a particular spot in the sky. This occur only in the month of February and at the short hours of dusk. If it is a day full of clouds or something blocking the sun, you can only take pictures of your own sorry faces on the waterfall. It coincides with the fact that the weather in the National Park at that time of the year is often volatile and unpredictable. It compounds to the difficulty of getting these pictures ...
  • Malaysians Say "No!" to Terrorism! - Part 2 Namewee, watch out! Our leader loves Negarakuku, and we would love to invite you to our annual Terrorist Concert where you could find ***y girls dancing around ***. Songs we would like you to perform are: Muar Mandarin, Negarakuku, and your song about the pretty bikini girls. Thank you! Here's something about Malaysia: Malaysians observe a number of holidays and festivities throughout the year. Some holidays are federal gazetted public holidays and some are public holidays observed by individual states. Other festivals which are not public holidays are observed by the particular ethnic or religion group. The most celebrated holiday is the "Hari Merdeka" (Independence Day) on August 31 commemorating the independence of the Federation of Malaya in 1957. Hari Merdeka, as well as Labour Day (May 1), the King's Birthday (first Saturday of June) and some other festivals are federal gazetted public holidays. Muslims in Malaysia (including all Malays and other non-Malay Muslims) celebrate Muslim holidays. The most celebrated festival, Hari Raya Puasa (also called Hari Raya Aidilfitri) is the Malay translation of Eid ul-Fitr. It is generally a festival honoured by the Muslims worldwide marking the end of Ramadan, the fasting month. In addition to Hari Raya Puasa, they also celebrate Hari Raya Haji (also called Hari Raya Aidiladha, the translation of Eid ul-Adha), Awal Muharram (Islamic New Year) and Maulidul Rasul (Birthday of the Prophet). Chinese in Malaysia typically ...
  • MULLEWA WA WESTERN AUSTRALIA PART 1 OF 2 MULLEWA WA WESTERN AUSTRALIA19:08 - 1 year ago caravan trip 2007 Mullewa, Western Australia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mullewa townsite is located in the Mid West region of Western Australia, 450 km north of Perth and 98 km east north east of Geraldton. In 1894 the government constructed a railway from Geraldton to Mullewa, and as the land in the area was suitable for agriculture an Agricultural Area was gazetted for the area, and also a townsite gazetted in that year. Mullewa is named after Mullewa Spring, an Aboriginal name first recorded on plans of the area following settlers taking up pastoral leases in 1869 and by the surveyor John Forrest in 1873. There is much conjecture over the meaning of Mullewa, with the most accepted being "place of fog".[1] [edit] Rail Service One of the Western Australian Government Railways named overnight passenger services from Perth was known as 'The Mullewa', it ceased operation in 1974. Mullewa is the junction of the railway line northeast to Meekatharra, and south to Northam. caravan trip 2007 Mullewa, Western Australia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mullewa townsite is located in the Mid West region o...all » caravan trip 2007 Mullewa, Western Australia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mullewa townsite is located in the Mid West region of Western Australia, 450 km north of Perth and 98 km east north east of Geraldton. In 1894 the government constructed a railway from Geraldton to Mullewa, and as the land in ...
  • KUNUNURRA WA WESTERN AUSTRALIA part 1 oof 2 parts caravan trip 2007 Kununurra is a town in far northern Western Australia located at the eastern side of the Kimberley Region close to the border with the Northern Territory. It is the largest town in Western Australia north of Broome, with 5485 inhabitants, many of whom are Indigenous Australians. It is 3040 kilometres from Perth by road. "Kununurra" comes from the Miriwoong language and means "big water". The town is located close to the confluence of the Ord and the Dunham River. Lake Argyle, Australia's largest artificial lake, over 100 km² in size, is 72 km from the town. The town is relatively new and was gazetted in the late 1950s, at the time that the Ord River Irrigation scheme was set up. The scheme involved damming the Ord River and building a diversion dam 50km downstream so that the waters can be directed to irrigate about 750 km² of land. By 1966 there were 31 farms on the Ord River plains. By 1972 the second stage of the scheme was completed with the opening of the Lake Argyle Dam. Kununurra AirportThe town also has a 'Celebrity Tree Park' with many trees planted by famous people including Rolf Harris. The town has many local attractions, including waterfalls, gorges and ranges. It was voted the second best town to live in in Australia for outdoor adventure by Outdoor Australia magazine in the March/April 2007 edition. The landscape surrounding Kununurra includes features such as Valentine Spring, Black Rock Creek and Middle Springs along with many other ...
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  • New sites gazetted as national monuments The Singapore Conference Hall and the adjoining Trade Union House which was the former home of the labour movement, have been gazetted as National Monuments by the Preservation of Monuments Board (PMB). First published Dec 27 2010. Copyright © 2010 MediaCorp Pte Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
  • What are the New Prices and Options A report indicating that despite the government having lowered excise duty on diesel and kerosene on Monday, the pump prices remain unchanged with indications that you may not see any change until next week .according to multiple sources from both the Kenya revenue authority and the energy regulatory commission, the new prices can only be effected after the changes are gazetted in a legal notice, a process that may take a couple of days. And so, you may be asking, what are the other options that government can effect to reduce further, these all time high fuel prices? Citizen TV's Willis Raburu has the details.
  • Niah National Park @ MIRI Sarawak Located on the Sungai (river) Niah, about 3 km from the small town of Batu Niah, a 110 km to the south-west of Miri in northern Sarawak. The park was first gazetted as a National Historic Monument in 1958, gazetted as National Park on 23 November 1974 and was published to the public on 1 January 1975. The Park is one of Sarawak's smaller national parks, but it is certainly one of the most important and has some of the most unusual visitor attractions. The park's main claim to fame is its role as one of the birthplaces of civilisation in the region. The oldest modern human remains discovered in Southeast Asia were found at Niah, making the park one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. Forty thousand years ago, the Niah Great Cave sheltered human life. Here lies the oldest human remains in Southeast Asia, along with many other relics of prehistoric man. Today the Cave is home only to bats, swiftlets and other specially adapted forms of life. However, a few locals still venture into the dark interior to collect guano (bird and bat droppings used as fertilizer) and bird's nest. The famous Painted Cave is another highlight of the visit to Niah Cave. Here, little human-like figures drawn in red haematite watch over a gravesite where the bodies of the dead were each laid in its own boat-shaped coffin. The Great Cave and Painted Cave have been declared as National Historical Monuments. The Caves are accessible via a raised plankwalk that winds through lowland ...
  • YALGOO WA WESTERN AUSTRALIA caravan trip 2007 Yalgoo, Western Australia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The townsite of Yalgoo is located in the Murchison region, 499 km north north east of Perth and 118 km east north east of Mullewa. Gold was discovered in the area in the early 1890's, and by 1895 there were 120 men working the diggings and buildings being erected. The goldfield warden asked for a townsite to be surveyed and gazetted, and following survey the townsite of Yalgu was gazetted in January 1896. The spelling Yalgu was used because of spelling rules for Aboriginal names adopted by the Lands & Surveys Department (the letter u best representing the "oo" sound). Within a month the Lands & Surveys had decided reluctantly to use the original Yalgoo spelling, and this spelling has been used ever since. Some doubt about the spelling being officially changed resulted in an amendment from Yalgu to Yalgoo being gazetted in 1938. Yalgoo is an Aboriginal name first recorded for Yalgoo Peak by the surveyor John Forrest in 1876. The name is said to mean "blood" or "place of blood", derived from the word "Yalguru". An alternative view is that it is derived from the Yalguru bush which abounds in the area, and has blood red sap. It was once the location of an important railway station on the Northern Railway, station opened in 1896. Yalgoo's importance declined after the forging of an all weather road between Wubin and Paynes Find during the Post WWII era across Lake Moore. Yalgoo is also a local ...
  • Yoga: Behind the fatwa - Part 1 On November 22, 2008, the National Fatwa Council announced that Yoga is 'haram' in Islam and in one fell swoop, Muslims will no longer be allowed to practice it -- once it is gazetted as law. Yoga attracted what is arguably, unwarranted attention from no less than the NFC as a result of an opinion from an Islamic scholar that Yoga, could be 'haram' in Islam because it could cause Muslims to deviate from his or her faith. This decision drew criticisms from Muslim and non-Muslim practitioners who have felt real physical and mental benefits of Yoga through its physical exercise and meditative elements. The Fatwa or religious decree once gazetted, will become enforceable and challenges the rights of individuals of a particular faith from practising what is essentially an ancient form of exercise. The reason for the ban -- only that Yoga has Hindu roots. Malaysiakini talks to Yoga instructors and practitioners on their views towards the ban. We also talked to Norhayati Kaprawi of Sisters-In-Islam and Yusri Mohamad of Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM) for their views on the Fatwa. This is the first of a 2-part feature on the 'Yoga Fatwa'. The second part will be available on Friday. Producers: Lydia Azizan & Azreen Madzlan Editor: Lydia Azizan Camera: Shukri Mohamad & Fiqtrey Al Hakimey
  • Gazetted Constituencies The interim boundaries review commission has finally published the final list of the proposed 290 constituencies as per the recommendation of the new constitution. The list which incorporates an addition 80 new constituencies to the existing 210 proposes the redrawing of many constituency boundaries with some of the existing constituencies being renamed altogether. However the new list of the country's electoral map that should be used in the 2012 general election ran into a brick wall after the high court stopped its gazettment. Francis Gachuri samples the published list of the constituencies.
  • NORSEMAN WA Western Australia Norseman is a town located in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia along the Coolgardie-Esperance Highway, 726 kilometres (451 mi) east of Perth and 278 metres (912 ft) above sea level. It is also the starting point of the Eyre Highway, and the last major town in Western Australia before the South Australian border 720 kilometres (447 mi) to the east. History The quest for gold led to the establishment of Norseman. Today there are a number of small goldmining operations in the area but only the Central Norseman Gold Corporation can be considered a major producer. Gold was first found in the Norseman area in 1892 about 10 km south of the town, and the "Dundas Field" was proclaimed in August 1893 and a townsite gazetted there. In July 1894, Lawrence Sinclair and his horse "Norseman" discovered a rich gold reef which Sinclair named for his horse. In January 1895, the mining warden asked the Government to declare a townsite for the 200 or so miners who had arrived - it was gazetted the same year. The Aboriginal name for the area is "Jimberlana".[1] Norseman initially struggled to develop because of the established town of Dundas, but between 1895 and 1901, a post office, banks, doctor, courthouse, stores and churches were established and in 1899 Cobb & Co mail coaches started delivering mail to Norseman. In 1935, Western Mining Corporation came to Norseman and invested significantly in its infrastructure, resulting in new bitumen roads, electricity and an ...
  • Kota Damansara Community Forest The oldest gazetted forest in Malaysia and the only remaining urban forest in Petaling Jaya is set to be destroyed. MBPJ is planning to remove over 600 acres of 100 year old forest for high density flats.
  • GHAR BABAL DA CHHAD KE-M.RAFI-PUNJABI SONG-FILM-CHAUDHARY KARNAIL SINGH-RAJESH BHAGAT(Singer) Name: Rajesh Bhagat Fathers name : Sh. Hazari Mal Mothers name: Smt.Puran Devi Birth Place: Vill: Talwandi Rama, Near: Dera Baba Nanak, Distt: Gurdaspur (Punjab) Permanent Residence: Amrirsat (punjab) Qualification: BA, B.Tech(Elect.),MA-Punjabi,Sangeet Vishard, Dip.in Elect.Engg. Prefession: Working as Assistant Engineer (Gazetted Officer) in Doordarshan Deptt. Learnt classical music from Pt. Rohitashav Bali of Amritsar since 1993. Tel: +919464751288,+919465488415,+911832452577 e.mail: [email protected]
  • MEEKATHARRA WA HISTORICAL PHOTOGAPHS pt 1 of 2 parts MEEKATHARRA A HISTORY WESTERN AUSTRALIA WA14:23 - 1 year ago CARAVAN TRIP 2007 Meekatharra is a former gold rush town. It seems the first settlement at Meekatharra occurred in 1894 and that, in May 1896, after the prospectors Meehan, Porter and Soich discovered gold, miners moved to the new settlement from the other East Murchison fields and mining grew rapidly in scale and sophistication. The Peak Hill mining town was founded in 1892 approximately 100km up the road during this initial Gold Rush. Success on the Meekatharra field was short-lived. It was only because a second gold discovery occurred in 1899 that the town survived. In 1901 the Meekatharra State Battery began operation and by Christmas Day 1903 the township had been officially gazetted. In 1906 Alfred Wernam Canning was appointed to develop a stock route from the East Kimberleys to the Murchison. The stock route, comprising 54 wells, was completed in 1908 and, when the railway arrived in Meekatharra in 1910, the town became the railhead at the end of the route. In many ways the railway ensured the town's survival. In 1910 it took the first shipment of wool out of the area and it continued to serve the local pastoral interests until it was closed down in 1978. Meekatharra underwent a significant gold rush during the mining boom of the 1980s, with mining continuing until early 2005 at St Barbaba Mines's Bluebird open pit mine. Exploration has recently restarted in the area, St Barbara sold out to a company ...
  • PIONEERS' PATHWAY Part 1 Merredin to Trayning WA WESTERN AUSTRALIA DON PUGH CARAVAN TRIP 2008 Trayning, Western Australia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Western Australia Population: 122 Established: 1912 Postcode: 6488 Location: 236 km (147 mi) from Perth 44 km (27 mi) from Perth History When the Dowerin to Merredin railway was planned in 1910, Trayning was selected as the site for a siding. Land was set aside for a townsite to be named Trayning Siding in 1910, but when it was surveyed and gazetted in 1912 it was named Trayning. The townsite is named after Trayning Well, the Aboriginal name of a nearby water source located on an old road from Goomalling to the eastern goldfields. It was first recorded by a surveyor in 1892, and allegedly derives from the Aboriginal word 'During' meaning 'snake in the grass by the campfire'.[1] [edit] Present day The town is a tourist base for exploring local wildflowers, has a single-officer police station, a K-7 primary school with 50 students that was opened in 1912, a 25-metre swimming pool and two 18-hole golf courses. An attraction is the annual Tractor Pull Mud Bog & Burnout. Nungarin, Western Australia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Nungarin Western Australia Population: 100 Established: 1910s Postcode: 6490 Elevation: 296 m (971 ft) Location: 278 km (173 mi) ENE of Perth 39 km (24 mi) N of Merredin 40 km (25 mi) S of Mukinbudin LGA: Shire of Nungarin State District: Central Wheatbelt Federal Division: O'Connor Coordinates: 31°11′13″S 118°06′04″E / 31.187°S 118.101°E / -31.187 ...
  • Senior Constable Kim Oliva Kim is the perfect example of a super-mum! Working full-time with Victoria Police in a regional community, Kim juggles three kids, a husband in the job and a determination to help people in the community. Kim was attracted to the adventure and diversity of a career with Victoria Police and loves the job because she can do anything and everything from working closely with local schools, attending car accidents, patrolling the streets and speaking to local businesses about their security. TRANSCRIPT: I've been at Ballarat for abour 6-7 years and then have recently been gazetted to Buninyong which is a 16-hour station just out of Ballarat. As a working-mum, working at Victoria Police, its challenging getting the kids to school and then getting to work. The kids love it, the kids look up to you, I go the school and I chat to them and they're all excited because I am Casey and Cory's mum. What I love most about working as a member in Victoria Police is knowing that I don't know what my day is going to confront me with and knowing that I'm going to be going there and I'm going to working alongside the friends that I've made during my career and knowing that I'm going to be able to at some point during the day, I'm going to be able to help someone, with something, whether it's a small thing or a big thing, as long as that person is grateful for what I've been able to help them with, I'm happy. What think would make a good police member is someone that's got dedication, someone ...
  • Salute to India: Happy Republic Day 2011 Many people throughout India celebrate the nation's Republic Day, which is a gazetted holiday on January 26 each year. It is a day to remember when India's constitution came into force on January 26, 1950, completing the country's transition toward becoming an independent republic. A 5 minute video on the world's greatest country INDIA. Mayank Gupta presents "Salute to the Motherland" for the 60th anniversary of Indian Independence but the video is good enough to remember our country for the Republic Day 2011.
  • Regulating telecoms www.ntv.co.ke The row over new regulations to regulate competition in the telecommunications industry appears to be coming to an end. This is following the admission by the government that the newly gazetted regulations have a number of grey areas that need to be reviewed. But Information Minister, Samuel Poghisio maintains that the new rules will not be withdrawn. NTVs Kaara Wainaina reports.
  • South Mugirango by - election The race for the South Mugirango parliamentary seat now starts afresh after the interim independent electoral commission gazetted the date for the by-election. Political parties have a month and a half to nominate candidates ahead of the June 10th by-election. Meanwhile, IIEC chairman Hassan Issack has expressed confidence that the ongoing voter registration exercise will proceed and conclude successfully. Immigration Minister Otieno Kajwang on the other hand has asked for more money from treasury to process national identity cards in time for the voter registration exercise.
  • COTTESLOE TO BUNBURY WA VIA THE AUSTRALIND TRAIN TRANSWA RAILWAY The City of Bunbury is a Local Government Area in the South West region of Western Australia, covering an area of 65.7 square kilometres (25.4 sq mi) along the coast about 180 kilometres (112 mi) south of Perth, the capital of Western Australia. The council is responsible for just over half of the Greater Bunbury metropolitan area, and the Port of Bunbury. The City of Bunbury has a population of 29702 (2006). [edit] History In 1871, the Bunbury Municipal Council was gazetted, and in 1899 the Bunbury Suburban Road Board (which became the Bunbury Road Board in 1908) followed. The two entities merged in 1950. On 1 July 1961, Bunbury Municipal Council became a Town Council following changes to the Local Government Act. In 1979 it attained City status. Transwa Australind From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Australind in Transwa livery at the Bunbury Passenger Terminal.The Transwa Australind is a diesel railcar train operated by Transwa that runs between Perth, Western Australia, and the south-west city of Bunbury on the South Western Railway (Western Australia). The Australind fleet consists of three powered railcars ADP101, ADP102 and ADP103, with two non-driving trailers ADQ121 and ADQ122. These units form one railcar with an ADP car at each end, and the two ADQ cars in the center. The remaining ADP car is normally stowed at the maintenance depot for servicing. [edit] History The Australind service began in 1947 and was hauled by a steam ...
  • MULLEWA WA WESTERN AUSTRALIA caravan trip 2007 Mullewa, Western Australia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mullewa townsite is located in the Mid West region of Western Australia, 450 km north of Perth and 98 km east north east of Geraldton. In 1894 the government constructed a railway from Geraldton to Mullewa, and as the land in the area was suitable for agriculture an Agricultural Area was gazetted for the area, and also a townsite gazetted in that year. Mullewa is named after Mullewa Spring, an Aboriginal name first recorded on plans of the area following settlers taking up pastoral leases in 1869 and by the surveyor John Forrest in 1873. There is much conjecture over the meaning of Mullewa, with the most accepted being "place of fog".[1] [edit] Rail Service One of the Western Australian Government Railways named overnight passenger services from Perth was known as 'The Mullewa', it ceased operation in 1974. Mullewa is the junction of the railway line northeast to Meekatharra, and south to Northam. DON PUGH
  • NORSEMAN WA Western Australia Norseman is a town located in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia along the Coolgardie-Esperance Highway, 726 kilometres (451 mi) east of Perth and 278 metres (912 ft) above sea level. It is also the starting point of the Eyre Highway, and the last major town in Western Australia before the South Australian border 720 kilometres (447 mi) to the east. History The quest for gold led to the establishment of Norseman. Today there are a number of small goldmining operations in the area but only the Central Norseman Gold Corporation can be considered a major producer. Gold was first found in the Norseman area in 1892 about 10 km south of the town, and the "Dundas Field" was proclaimed in August 1893 and a townsite gazetted there. In July 1894, Lawrence Sinclair and his horse "Norseman" discovered a rich gold reef which Sinclair named for his horse. In January 1895, the mining warden asked the Government to declare a townsite for the 200 or so miners who had arrived - it was gazetted the same year. The Aboriginal name for the area is "Jimberlana".[1] Norseman initially struggled to develop because of the established town of Dundas, but between 1895 and 1901, a post office, banks, doctor, courthouse, stores and churches were established and in 1899 Cobb & Co mail coaches started delivering mail to Norseman. In 1935, Western Mining Corporation came to Norseman and invested significantly in its infrastructure, resulting in new bitumen roads, electricity and an ...
  • Criminal Gangs Law Gazetted The government has officially unveiled a list of 33 outlawed criminal gangs in the country. In a gazette notice, the government warned Kenyans against being members of any such groups saying if found guilty one could face a jail term of 15 years or a fine of upto five million shillings. And as Andrew Ochieng' reports, among the outlawed gangs include mungiki, sungu sungu, al shabab, baghdad boys and chinkororo.
  • Lift safety bill gazetted (21.4.2011) Elevator safety has been upgraded with the gazettal of the Lifts & Escalators Bill on April 21. Deputy Secretary for Development (Works) Enoch Lam said the bill contains enhancement measures on the regulation of lift and escalator engineers, contractors and workers. It will replace the existing Lifts & Escalators (Safety) Ordinance. The bill will be tabled at the Legislative Council on May 11. It will require all engineering professionals in the industry be registered professional engineers of relevant disciplines with at least two years' experience before they can be considered for registration as lift or escalator engineers. ( j.mp )
  • All set for new constitution The Interim Independent Electoral Commission finally gazetted the final results of the referendum, paving way for the promulgation of the new constitution. The move appears to have foreclosed the possibility of the results being challenged. The announcement came as details of the government's guest list for Friday, began to emerge.
  • A Place To Call Your Own Leisure time away from work devoted to pleasure. Holiday. The word has related but different meanings in English-speaking countries. Based on the words holy and day, holidays originally represented special religious days. This word has evolved in general usage to mean any special day of rest (as opposed to regular days of rest such as the weekend). In the English-speaking world a holiday can mean a period spent away from home or business in travel or recreation (eg "I'm going on holiday to Malta next week"), the North American equivalent is "vacation". Many Canadians will use the terms vacation and holiday interchangeably when referring to a trip away from home or time off work. In Australia the term can refer to a vacation or gazetted public holiday, but not to a day of commemoration such as Mothers' Day or Halloween. In all of the English-speaking world, a holiday can be a day set aside by a nation or culture (in some cases, multiple nations and cultures) typically for celebration.
  • A Telangana gazetted officer's views on Telengana Issue A Telangana Gazetted officer opines that KCR is a thief.
  • YALGOO WA WESTERN AUSTRAL IA PART 1 OF 2 caravan trip 2007 Yalgoo, Western Australia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The townsite of Yalgoo is located in the Murchison region, 499 km north north east of Perth and 118 km east north east of Mullewa. Gold was discovered in the area in the early 1890's, and by 1895 there were 120 men working the diggings and buildings being erected. The goldfield warden asked for a townsite to be surveyed and gazetted, and following survey the townsite of Yalgu was gazetted in January 1896. The spelling Yalgu was used because of spelling rules for Aboriginal names adopted by the Lands & Surveys Department (the letter u best representing the "oo" sound). Within a month the Lands & Surveys had decided reluctantly to use the original Yalgoo spelling, and this spelling has been used ever since. Some doubt about the spelling being officially changed resulted in an amendment from Yalgu to Yalgoo being gazetted in 1938. Yalgoo is an Aboriginal name first recorded for Yalgoo Peak by the surveyor John Forrest in 1876. The name is said to mean "blood" or "place of blood", derived from the word "Yalguru". An alternative view is that it is derived from the Yalguru bush which abounds in the area, and has blood red sap. It was once the location of an important railway station on the Northern Railway, station opened in 1896. Yalgoo's importance declined after the forging of an all weather road between Wubin and Paynes Find during the Post WWII era across Lake Moore. Yalgoo is also a local ...
  • Oposition MP -elects left off gazette A section of Mps are raising eyebrows over the manner in which newly elected legislators have been gazetted. For example...from documents obtained by NTV, the only Mp gazetted in Kampala is Lubaga North legislator Singh Katongole, whose win is still mired in controversy.
  • Alcohol control act www.ntv.co.ke The National Campaign Against Drug Abuse has disclosed that the regulations to govern the implementation of the new Alcoholic Drinks Control Act will be gazetted by next week. NACADA Chairman, Dr Frank Njenga said players in the alcoholic beverages industry will have 9 months to comply with the requirements of the new Act.
  • New fuel regulations gazetted A fall-out has begun within the oil market with last week's signing of Petroleum Pricing Regulations expected to tame an industry gone rogue. Energy minister Kiraitu Murungi who signed the legal notice on 2nd December is calling it full-blown fuel price controls and backing it with the Energy Act. But leading oil marketer Kenol Kobil now says it is surprised by the price control suggestion since the government did not consult players and warns that those controls will lead to a shortage of products in the country.
  • Maharashtra: Gazetted officers on strike to protest Sonawane's killing Gazetted officers across Maharashtra are on strike today to condemn the brazen killing of Yashwant Sonawane in Manmad in Maharashtra's Nasik district.
  • Yoga: Behind the Fatwa - Part II This is the second and final part of 'Yoga: Behind the Fatwa'. We continue the discussion on the Yoga Fatwa and ask trainers and practitioners what they are going to do when the Fatwa becomes law for Muslims. ---------------------- On November 22, 2008, the National Fatwa Council announced that Yoga is 'haram' in Islam and in one fell swoop, Muslims will no longer be allowed to practice it -- once it is gazetted as law. Yoga attracted what is arguably, unwarranted attention from no less than the NFC as a result of an opinion from an Islamic scholar that Yoga, could be 'haram' in Islam because it could cause Muslims to deviate from his or her faith. This decision drew criticisms from Muslim and non-Muslim practitioners who have felt real physical and mental benefits of Yoga through its physical exercise and meditative elements. The Fatwa or religious decree once gazetted, will become enforceable and challenges the rights of individuals of a particular faith from practising what is essentially an ancient form of exercise. The reason for the ban -- only that Yoga has Hindu roots. Malaysiakini talks to Yoga instructors and practitioners on their views towards the ban. We also talked to Norhayati Kaprawi of Sisters-In-Islam and Yusri Mohamad of Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM) for their views on the Fatwa. Producers: Lydia Azizan & Azreen Madzlan Editor: Lydia Azizan Camera: Shukri Mohamad & Fiqtriey Al Haqimiey
  • MULLEWA WA WESTERN AUSTRALIA PART 2 OF 2 caravan trip 2007 Mullewa, Western Australia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mullewa townsite is located in the Mid West region of Western Australia, 450 km north of Perth and 98 km east north east of Geraldton. In 1894 the government constructed a railway from Geraldton to Mullewa, and as the land in the area was suitable for agriculture an Agricultural Area was gazetted for the area, and also a townsite gazetted in that year. Mullewa is named after Mullewa Spring, an Aboriginal name first recorded on plans of the area following settlers taking up pastoral leases in 1869 and by the surveyor John Forrest in 1873. There is much conjecture over the meaning of Mullewa, with the most accepted being "place of fog".[1] [edit] Rail Service One of the Western Australian Government Railways named overnight passenger services from Perth was known as 'The Mullewa', it ceased operation in 1974. Mullewa is the junction of the railway line northeast to Meekatharra, and south to Northam.
  • WHY I CHOSE ROCKINGHAM WA WESTERN AUSTRALIA AND HISTORY OF ROCKINGHAM PART 1 OF 3 Rockingham is a suburb and regional centre south-west of the Perth city centre and south of Fremantle. It has a beachside location at Mangles Bay, the southern extremity of ***burn Sound. To its north stretches the maritime and resource-industry installations of Kwinana, Western Australia and Henderson. Offshore to the north-west is Australia's largest naval fleet and submarine base, Garden Island, connected to the mainland by an all-weather causeway. Rockingham was first surveyed in 1847, it was gazetted as a town in 1897. In its early days, Rockingham was a busy port, shipping jarrah timber and sandalwood overseas. Now, as a satellite city in Perth's southern corridor, together with Mandurah, it is among Australia's fastest-growing residential districts. The maritime tradition has been strengthened by steady growth of the Royal Australian Navy's main fleet base HMAS Stirling and by the development of major shipbuilding and marine support services at nearby Henderson. Since the nineteeth century, abundant sightseeing and recreational attributes have been the basis of a tourism industry. Visitors can launch small boats or board ferries to view dolphins, seals, pelicans and penguins in the adjacent Marine Park. The coast at nearby Safety Bay is ideal for windsurfing and kitesurfing. Generous free barbecues and picnic facilities are provided on the seafront, supplementing a choice of hotels and restaurants. Rockingham City Shopping Centre[3] is the regional centre which ...
  • Estate residents unhappy with DBKL eviction plans Residents of the former Bukit Jalil Estate are crying foul over a Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) notice of eviction, demanding that the residents vacate their homes by August 3. The residents previously received a letter dated June 8 from DBKL, stating that the demolition works will be postponed until the end of discussions between ministers from the Federal Territories and Urban Well Being and Human Resources Ministry. Despite the outcome of the meeting between the ministers pending, the residents has been issued with the final eviction notice -- ordering them to leave. Bukit Jalil Estate residents made of predominantly Indians with lower income. They have been fighting the battle to get a proper. Main grouse of the residents are the proposed compensation package offered by the Human Resource Ministry and also the DBKL's plans to move the Bukit Jalil tamil school to a land gazetted for an Islamic school. Meanwhile, the residents have been asked to move to the Projek Perumahan Rakyat Kampung Muhibah flats in Puchong, located right across the road to the former estate. Once the residents move, they would have to pay rental on the flats, which will add to their already increasing financial burden. To compound their difficulties, the compensation package for each family is only RM 6000. 26 families who were ex-workers of the former estate or descendants of workers were offered ex-gratia compensation, which action committee member Balakrishnan claimed amounted to around ...
  • Derby the true Kimberley In the far north-west of Australia is Derby, a pioneer settlement that offers its residents a traditional small town community. As a result of recent developments in the West Kimberley regional economy, the town also offers an increasing range of business and employment opportunities. Derby was gazetted in 1883 - the first town established in the Kimberley. By 1884 a hotel, jetty and tramway were being constructed, also firsts for the Kimberley, to service the region's expanding sheep and cattle industries. The subsequent 1886 gold rush at Halls Creek led to a boom in development that mirrors todays resource driven economic activity. Derby supports the Kimberley's pastoral, mining and tourist industries. It is also the gateway to some wilderness tourist destinations including the Buccaneer Archipelago, the Horizontal Waterfalls, the Fitzroy River and the Gibb River Road, which traverses some of the Kimberley's most spectacular cliff, river and gorge country. The region also is the centre of a strong Aboriginal culture, with a large number of language and cultural groups sharing a history that long predates European contact. That history is celebrated in traditional dance and some of Australia's most vital Indigenous art. The Derby Revitalisation Project is a community based initiative committed to preserving and building upon what is special and unique about Derby. This video was produced in accordance to that commitment by John Muirhead and Peter Strain.
  • Alcohol Act Confusion Confusion and anxiety have marked the implementation of the new alcohol law, gazetted by internal security minister George Saitoti to take effect on november the 27th this year.