The Australian Government is broken into three main levels, these are:
Return to the three levels of Australian Government
Fairly new site, carrying mainly government information.
The ACT Department of Urban Services is a broad mix of administrative units which provide services to the ACT Government, the Minister, the ACT community and other ACT Government Departments.
Covering areas such as ACT Housing, Bus Service, Bureau of Environment and Land, City Services, Emergency Services Bureau , Strategy and Business, Works and Commercial Services
Very limited - for Australia's most populated state.
The NSW Law Reform Commission maintain a database containing Discussion Papers on Defamation, People with an Intellectual Disability and the Criminal Justice System, Directed Verdicts of Acquital.
Plus Reports on Review of the Adoption Information Act 1990, Scrutiny of the legal profession, complaints against lawyers, Right of access to neighbouring land, Barrister's practising certificates, Unilateral severance of a joint tenancy, Blasphemy.
Info about their services. What caught our eye was .. how to catch an "electrivity" thief and this month's recipe!
Established under the Power and Water Authority Act in 1987, the Authority provides electricity, water and sewerage services and manages water resources throughout the Territory on behalf of the Northern Territory Government.
Very limited - but interesting information from the Department of Primary Industry.
Statistical information about the state's lifestyle, housing, business and other social and business facts. Outlines why Queensland is the focus for Australia's current major developments.
BREDA is the Barossa Regional Economic Development Authority and is a controlling authority established as a cooperative venture between the State Government of South Australia and the Local Government Areas of Angaston, Barossa, Kapunda, Light and Tanunda.
The resources of BREDA are available to assist clients with strategies and actions for the development of opportunities that contribute to the economic output of the Barossa Region.
An excellent site with the well established VICNet community based web site. Leading the way amongst the Australian states
The Acute Health Services Program was established in 1992 following the amalgamation of the two former Departments of Health, and Community Services.
The program funds over 120 public hospitals with treatment to over 760,000 inpatients in 1993-94. Public hospitals also provided over six million occasions of outpatient service.
An important element of the responsibility of Parliament and the Executive Government in Victoria is to make decisions affecting the direction and management of the State's financial operations. The Auditor-General of Victoria plays a significant role in this process by providing Parliament and the Executive Government with independent and objective reports containing information on the adequacy of financial and resource management systems of public sector organisations.
The functions of the Law Reform Committee are:
To inquire into, consider and report to the Parliament where required or permitted so to do by or under this Act, on any proposal, matter or thing concerned with legal, constitutional or Parliamentary reform or with the administration of justice but excluding any proposal, matter or thing concerned with the joint standing orders of the Parliament or the standing a House of the Parliament;
To examine, report and make recommendations to the Parliament in respect of any proposal or matter relating to law reform in Victoria. .
This state government agency offers advice to small business setting up or carrying on business in Victoria.
Information about the City of Fremantle (includes dog ownership!) and the historic area of East Fremantle. Nice link to West Australian webs sites.
This page contains link to descriptions, WWW pages of most of WAWA's SCADA projects, and also provides information about WAWA's technological directions, standards,and contracting policies.
It also contains links to design information regarding WAWA's standards based RTU development.
This site also has some interesting Cartoons.