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The Office of Regulatory Services is responsible for the registration of births, deaths, marriages, changes of name, changes of sex, adoptions and deaths abroad, and provision of certificates of registrations to authorised applicants.
Registers life events including the registration of births, deaths and marriages and official changes of name and sex. The Registry also provides free access to their unrestricted birth, death and marriage family history indexes.
The Registry records all births, deaths, marriages and changes of names occurring in the Northern Territory.
The Queensland Registry keeps records of all births, deaths and marriages that have occurred in the State since 1 January 1890. The Registry also performs civil marriage ceremonies. Indexes of Queensland birth, death and marriage registrations are available for sale in microfiche format.
The Registration Office is responsible for maintaining registers of births, deaths, marriages, changes of name, adoption of children and reassignments of sex that occur in South Australia.
The Tasmanian Registry is responsible for maintaining registers of births, deaths, marriages, deeds of relationship and adoptions that occur in Tasmania, registering changes of name for people who were born or reside in Tasmania and registering changes of sex for people whose birth is registered in Tasmania.
The Victorian Registry provides information about registering Victorian births, deaths, marriages and name changes; proof of identity; applying for certificates; search your family history records; and a search facility for popular given names.
The Registry creates and permanently stores birth, death and marriage records for life events occurring in Western Australia and performs civil marriages in the Perth Registry office.
Book or hire an ACTION bus, ACT library display or exhibition space, campsite, GardenSmart service, sports ground or water-skiing time slot.
The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (the Program) commenced on 1 July 2008 and will offer testing to people turning 50, 55 or 65 years of age between January 2008 and December 2010. Bowel cancer can be treated successfully if detected in its early stages, but currently less than 40 per cent of bowel cancers are detected early.
The Breast Implant Information Line 1800 217 257 is a national telephone service established to assist individuals concerned about breast implants. The help line can be called 24 hours a day.
The External Breast Prostheses Reimbursement program provides reimbursement of up to $400 for new or replacement external breast prostheses for eligible Australian women who have had a mastectomy as a result of breast cancer.
Available 7 days a week on 1800 686 268. Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) counsellors are trained volunteers who provide counselling and breastfeeding information to any person seeking their help. All ABA counsellors have breastfed at least one baby for at least nine months.
Building approval is required for most developments in the Australian Capital Territory to ensure building complies with building laws, including the Building Code of Australia. Information on the page includes links to exemptions information and building approval information pack.
A new National Business Names Registration System has replaced the state and territory registers. All business name registrations are now managed by ASIC. Business names registered under state and territory registers have been transferred to the new system.
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