dropped the 'u' in 1912 to "modernise" it as per American English) Tonkin, Richard. There's No "I" in "team", and no "You" in Labor, Webdiary.com.au, 17 March 2006. Retrieved on 4 January 2007. and the advertisement alleged that South Australia's hospital waiting lists were the worst in the nation, which Labor successfully disputed to the Electoral Commissioner. Anderson, Laura. "Liberals forced to change TV ad after blunder". ''The Advertiser'', 16 March 2006, p. 7. During the election campaign, David Pisoni, the Liberal candidate for Unley (Electoral district of Unley), made allegations in his advertising that Labor and their candidate Michael Keenan (Michael Keenan (South Australian politician)) supported controversial urban infill (Suburban infill) programmes, which Labor flatly denied. Electoral Commissioner Kay Mousley investigated and ordered that the advertisements be withdrawn and corrections be run at Pisoni's expense. District of Unley, PollBludger.com, Retrieved on 4 January 2007. Early life Dransfield was born in Sydney, and educated at Sydney Grammar School. ''Australian Poets and Their Works'', by William Wilde, Oxford University Press, 1996 He briefly studied English literature and language at the University of New South Wales and Sydney University before dropping out. He worked for some months as a clerk at the Australian Taxation Office before drifting into the counter-culture. From then on he worked intermittently, living mainly in Paddington (Paddington, New South Wales), Balmain (Balmain, New South Wales), Voyages - The Poetry of Michael Dransfield Poetica. Producer director Justine Lees. ABC National Radio. 15 April 2000. and Darlinghurst (Darlinghurst, New South Wales) in Sydney, and in the north coast town of Casino (Casino, New South Wales), and he travelled frequently between Tasmania and Queensland, visiting his large group of friends and fellow poets. Income received by individuals is taxed at progressive rates, while income derived by companies is taxed at a flat rate of 30%. Generally, capital gains are only subject to tax at the time the gain is realised. Income tax is collected by the Australian Taxation Office for the Government of Australia. The first time the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) detected a bottom of the harbour scheme was in 1973. Rod Todman, a senior investigations officer in Perth (Perth, Western Australia), found a scheme involving about 50 companies and selected one for investigation. By 1974 he had assembled evidence which was referred to the Deputy Crown Solicitor (DCS) in Perth for possible prosecution as a test case. '''Australian tax returns''' for the tax year ending 30 June are generally due on 31 October of the same calendar year. Extensions can be made available. Each year, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) publishes TaxPack, a free document designed to help individuals complete their return. TaxPack is available free from most newsagents and can also be downloaded. '''Cridland v Federal Commissioner of Taxation''' was a 1977 High Court of Australia case concerning a novel tax scheme whereby some 5,000 university students became primary producers (as in farmers) for tax purposes, allowing them certain income averaging benefits. The Australian Taxation Office held this was tax avoidance, but the test case was decided in favour of the taxpayer, one of the students, Brian Cridland. The Australian Taxation Office decided the scheme was a form of tax avoidance, and under the general anti-avoidance provision of ITAA section 260 (which was operative at that time) they ignored Cridland's interest in the trusts and issued assessments for tax years ending 30 June 1970, 1971 and 1972 accordingly. Cridland took the matter to the Supreme Court of New South Wales, where Justice Mahoney agreed with the commissioner. Justice Wootten was apparently very unimpressed by the whole business and it seems would have welcomed the opportunity to make orders for the protection of fund members. In his report he cited the court rules that required him to accept discontinuation by the plaintiff. What he did do though was have his report sent to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and to the New South Wales Attorney-General (New South Wales Attorney-General's Department). '''Mullens v Federal Commissioner of Taxation''' was a 1976 High Court of Australia tax case concerning arrangements where stockbrokers Mullens & Co accessed tax deductions for monies subscribed to a petroleum exploration company. The Australian Taxation Office held the scheme was tax avoidance, but the court found for the taxpayer. In the Supreme Court the Australian Taxation Office argued that either the two Vam transactions above were shams, or that if they were real then they came under the section 260 (Income Tax Assessment Act 1936#Section 260) anti-avoidance provisions of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936. Income taxes are the most significant form of taxation in Australia, and collected by the federal government (Government of Australia) through the Australian Taxation Office. Australian GST (Goods and Services Tax (Australia)) revenue is collected by the Federal government, and then paid to the states under a distribution formula determined by the Commonwealth Grants Commission. '''Fringe Benefits Tax''' is the tax applied by the Australian Taxation Office to most, although not all, fringe benefits, which are generally non-cash benefits. Most fringe benefits are also reported on employee payment summaries for inclusion on personal income tax return (Tax return (Australia))s that must be lodged annually. During his election campaign Rudd called on Australian federal agencies including the anti-money laundering (w:Money laundering) agency Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (w:Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre) (AUSTRAC), the Australian Federal Police, the Australian Taxation Office (w:Australian Taxation Office), and the Australian Electoral Commission (w:Australian Electoral Commission) to investigate the activities of Raven-Taylor-Hales Brethren. In spite of Rudd's criticism of Raven-Taylor-Hales Brethren, the religious group was guaranteed AUD (w:Australian dollar)10 million in taxpayer funding for its school facilities in January 2008. Rudd had promised during his election campaign to maintain education funding levels for non-government schools if he became Prime Minister.
weeks. Pogradeci team has been awarded the first prize several times. Other sports to mention are swimming (swimming (sport)) and boxing. The boxing team, "Dragoi", is one of the top teams in the nation and has always trained champions. Pogradec has also a rich folklore. Many songs and dances have been created throughout the centuries. Their themes are based on the beauty of the lake and the love for nature. Lately, with the initiative of "Pirro Xexi" puppet theater
2012–2013 Because of this, Squaw Valley has taken the moniker "Official Supplier of skiers to the US Ski Team."
team championships, which he has done 14 times: 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, and 1998 with "Stilon" Gorzów Wielkopolski, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009 with "Polonia" Warsaw. European Cup winner (1997, with the Russian team "Ladia" Azov) and silver medalist (2001, 2003, 2005 with "Polonia Plus GSM" Warsaw, 2008 with OSC Baden-Baden). Representant of Poland at European team championships and Chess Olympiads since
Al Jazeera English reported that each city or town under opposition control will be given five seats on the new council and that contact will be established with new cities that come under opposition control to allow them to join the council. The identities of members of the council were not disclosed at the launch conference. Human Rights lawyer Hafiz Ghoga was the spokesperson for the new council. An Al Jazeera English journalist in Benghazi stated that Mustafa Abdul Jalil still had a leadership role within the new council.
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Team." In fact, for some years the Giants' uniforms had "Tokyo" on the jersey instead of "Yomiuri" or "Giants," seeming to imply that the Giants represent the vast metropolis and geopolitical center of Japan, even though the Yakult Swallows are also based in Tokyo and three other teams play in the Greater Tokyo Area. This bandwagon appeal has been compared with the marketability of the New York Yankees and Manchester United, except that support
newspapers were displayed on the ticker, "street team" submissions of video and photos from viewers were featured, reporters ended stories with ''NewsCentral'' rather than the individual station names, and mic flags and news vehicles were branded to show both stations at once (previously the KCBS logo was displayed on half the sides and the KCAL logo on the other half). ''NewsCentral'' claimed that it produced more local news than any other television station in the country, with reporters in Ventura County, the Inland Empire, and Orange County (Orange County, California), and the only Los Angeles television station with two helicopters (subcontracted to Angel City Air, owned by reporter Larry Welk). Ed Asner was used to introduce the new newscast.
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