f you’re eligible for Tax Help and use email, you will need a myGov account linked to the ATO. Volunteers can help you create your myGov account and link it to the ATO if you haven’t done this already. If you don’t use email our Tax Help volunteers can still assist. Call the Manjimup Community Resource Centre on (08) 9772 5600 to find out if you’re eligible for help and make an appointment.
The Manjimup Bluegrass & Old Time Music Weekend, September 25-28th 2020.
The Kingsley Motel, and the Manjimup Backpackers have offered discounted rates for people coming for the music weekend. Details on the website www.manjimupbluegrass.com - see accommodation in drop down menu under Home.
All the best,
Warren Arts Council,
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The Government of Western Australia has made funds available from the Road Trauma Trust Account (RTTA) for community initiatives that assist in promoting road safety messages across the state. The Road Safety Community Grant Program supports the development and implementation of sustainable projects and one-off community activities related to road safety.
Grant applications are assessed by the Road Safety Community Grants Committee which recommends a list for the Minister for Road Safety's consideration.
Road Safety Community Grants are available to support either community events or projects.
Event Grants encourage community groups to participate and include road safety activities within their event. Successful applicants will be supplied with a road safety message with relevant information and suggestions for supporting policies.
Project Grants are made available to groups to implement road safety projects. These are usually 12 month projects with a plan to be sustainable after funding.
To apply for either an Event or a Project Grant please read the criteria and complete the application form (all applicants must have an ABN number).
For any assistance with your application or grant queries, contact the Grants Officer on 1300 999 772 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety - Consumer Protection Division (Consumer Protection) is forming a working group of members from industry and resident peak bodies. A series of roundtable discussions will be held with the working group to identify reforms which might be suitable for fast tracking.
The round table discussions will be held from August to October 2020. This means that no further consultation papers will be released until decisions have been made by the working party about the reforms to promote investment in the sector.
Consultation on the remaining reforms will resume following the fast track process and a final consultation paper will be released during 2021. Further updates on the consultation will be provided to you when available.
If you have any queries about the consultation, please email email@example.com.
Current consultation paper
In the meantime our latest consultation paper (CRIS 3) that was released on 16 June 2020 is open for submissions and we look forward to your feedback.
CRIS 3 asks for your feedback on:
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