As published in the Government Gazette on Thursday 5 May 2016 and noted in the Eastern Courier Messenger on Wednesday 11 May.
Pursuant to Section 246(4a) of the Local Government Act 1999 that, at its meeting of 26 April 2016, the Council of the City of Unley resolved, pursuant to the powers contained in Section 246(3)(e) of that Act, to restrict or prohibit some activities under its By-laws:
By-law no. 3, Local government land -
By-law no. 5, Dogs –
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The City of Unley recognises that the Kaurna people are the traditional owners and occupiers of the land that now comprises the City of Unley.
We apologise for the pain, the grief and suffering experienced by Australian Indigenous people as a result of past laws, government policies, actions and attitudes. The City of Unley expresses deep sorrow that these actions and attitudes have occurred and has determined that such occurrences will not be repeated.
The City of Unley commits itself to an ongoing process of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples and recognises the historical and environmental significance of Kaurna sites within the City.
We recognise the significance and richness of the Kaurna culture and language.
Signed by Kaurna Elders Lewis O'Brien and Doris Graham and Mayor Michael Keenan on 30 November 2001.
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