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Gazettes

APSjobs

The APSjobs website incorporates the electronic APS Employment Gazette. It includes APS employment opportunities as well as employment opportunities within the Parliamentary Service. APSjobs is for people already working in the APS, wanting to join the APS, returning to the workforce, looking for a career change, graduating from university or TAFE, still studying and school leavers.

Australian Public Service Commission

APVMA Gazette

Formerly published as the NRA Gazette. From February 2010, the APVMA Gazette will be published fortnightly and contains: details of the registration of agricultural and veterinary chemical products and other approvals granted by the APVMA, notices as required by the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code (the Agvet Code) and related legislation, and a range of regulatory material issued by the APVMA.

Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority

AusTender - Register for updates

AusTender provides centralised publication of Australian Government business opportunities, annual procurement plans, multi-use lists and contracts. You need to be a registered user of AusTender to download tender documents, receive business opportunities and addenda notifications and lodge tenders.

Department of Finance

AusTender - The Australian Government Tender System

The Australian Government's procurement information system, AusTender, provides centralised publication of Australian Government business opportunities, annual procurement plans, multi-use lists and contracts awarded.

Department of Finance

Chemical gazette

Published on the first Tuesday of each month, the gazette contains information regarding changes to legislation, newly assessed chemicals and the Register of Industrial Chemical Introducers.

National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme

Electronic APS employment gazette

The electronic APS Employment Gazette (Gazette) is published each Thursday by the Australian Public Service Commission. It includes APS employment opportunities, APS staff movements, promotions and terminations of employment, as well as employment opportunities and staff movements in the Parliamentary Service.

Australian Public Service Commission

Food standards gazette

Gazettal of amendments to the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code. Each gazette is sequentially numbered and includes all amendments to the code since the last gazette. It is only accessible online.

Food Standards Australia New Zealand

Gazettes - ASIC Gazette

The ASIC Gazette is published each Tuesday by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). It contains private company notices including instruments, notices of variation, changes of company type, company reinstatements and company deregistrations.

Australian Securities and Investments Commission

Gazettes - Business Gazette

The Business Gazette is published each Tuesday by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). It contains private company notices advertised by companies under the Corporations Act 2001.

Australian Securities and Investments Commission

Government Notices Gazette

The Government Notices Gazettes, including Special and Periodic Gazettes, is published the Office of Parliamentary Counsel. The regular Government Notices Gazette is published each Wednesday and contains a range of notices including information about legislation, notices of Australian Government Departments, Courts notices, and other notices required under Commonwealth law. The Special Gazette normally contains a single notice, and may be published at any time. The Periodic Gazette is published irregularly and may contain multiple notices relating to a specific subject area.

Office of Parliamentary Counsel

Tariff concessions gazette

The Gazette gives legal effect to the creation of a number of legislative instruments such as a By-Law, Tariff Concession Order (TCO), TCO Revocation or a Determination and is published each Wednesday by the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service.

Australian Customs and Border Protection Service

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