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Category:  Rehabilitation Hospitals
Address:  10 Eagle Street, Brisbane, QLD, 4000
Subcontinent and Continent:  Australia and New Zealand , Oceanic
Country:  Australia
Phone  800-555-254
Website:  http://www.dva.gov.au/
City:  Brisbane
State:  Queensland
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Latitude:  -27.46944
Longitude:  153.03014
Zip Code:  4000
Contact Address:  10 Eagle St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia
Latitude in Degree, Minute, Second [Direction]:  27° 28' 9" S
Longitude in Degree, Minute, Second [Direction]:  153° 1' 48" E
UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator) projection is: Northing: 6961567, Easting: 502977, Zone: 56J
GPS (Global Positioning System) is: Northing: -3038432, Easting: 502977, Zone: 56J
Local TM (Transverse Mercator) projection centered at longitude: 153
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PerformanceTransformation Compensation and supportFriends thought lost in battle are reunited Health and wellbeing Commemorations Annual performance statementsPurpose 1: Compensation and Support Purpose 2: Health and Wellbeing Purpose 3: Commemorations Enabling services Report on financial performance Assistance dog support is trialled for veterans with PTSD Part 2.

Management and accountabilityCorporate governance External scrutiny Legal services People management Resource management Support services Other mandatory informationFemale veterans march together to be recognised Financial statementsDepartment of Veterans' Affairs—Financial statements 2017–18Independent Auditor's Report Statement by the Secretary and Chief Finance Officer Statement of Comprehensive Income Statement of Financial Position Statement of Changes in Equity Cash Flow Statement Administered Schedule of Comprehensive Income Administered Schedule of Assests and Liabilities Administered Reconciliation Schedule Administered Cash Flow Statement Index to NotesNote 1. Financial Performance Note 2. Income and Expenses Administered on Behalf of Government Note 3. Financial Position Note 4. Assests and liabilities Administered on Behalf of the Government Note 5.

Funding Note 6. People and Relationships Note 7. Managing Uncertainties Note 8. Other Information Defence Services Homes Insurance Scheme—Financial statements 2017–18Independent Auditor's Report Statement by the Secretary and General Manager Statement of Comprehensive Income Statement of Financial Position Statement of Changes in Equity Cash Flow Statement Index to notesOverview Note 1. Financial Performance Note 2.

Financial Position Note 3. Insurance underwriting activities Note 4. Funding Note 5. People and Relationships Note 6. Managing Uncertainties Note 7.

Other Information AppendixesAppendix A: Staffing overview Appendix B: Resource summary tables Appendix C: Claims, service and liability provision statistics Appendix D: Data Matching Program Appendix E: Advertising and market research Appendix F: Carer recognition Appendix G: Work health and safety Appendix H: Ecologically sustainable development and environmental performance Appendix I: Lists of figures and tables Glossary and indexesGlossary Acronyms and abbreviations List of requirements Previous annual reportsAnnual Reports 2016–17PreliminariesDVA fast facts Copyright and publishing information Letters of transmittal Contents Contact details Reader's guide OverviewSecretary's year in review Chief Operating Officer's report—The year ahead Portfolio Department Outcome and program structure Relationship between DVA and the Commissions Relationship between DVA and Defence Snapshot of the veteran community Repatriation Commission Annual Report 2016–17Functions and powers Structure Membership Relationship with DVA Administration of the VEA Repatriation Commission activity Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission Annual Report 2016–17Functions and powers Structure Membership Relationship with the Department Administration of the MRCA and SRCA Activity in 2016–17 Department of Veterans' Affairs Annual Report 2016–17Part 1. PerformanceOutcome 1Program 1.1 Program 1.2 Program 1.3 Program 1.

4 Program 1.5 Program 1.6 Program 1.7 Outcome 2Program 2.1 Program 2.

2 Program 2.3 Program 2.4 Program 2.5 Program 2.6 Program 2.

7 Outcome 3Program 3.1 Program 3.2 Annual performance statementsPurpose 1 Purpose 2 Purpose 3 Enabling Services Report on financial performance Part 2. Management and accountabilityCorporate governance External scrutiny Legal services People management Resource management Indigenous Veterans' Strategy Disability reporting mechanisms Support services Financial statementsDVA—Financial StatementsIndependent Auditor's Report Statement—Secretary and CFO Statement of Comprehensive Income Statement of Financial Position Statement of Changes in Equity Cash Flow Statement Administered Schedule of Comprehensive Income Administered Schedule of Assets and Liabilities Administered Reconciliation Schedule Administered Cash Flow Statement Index to NotesOverview Note 1. Financial Performance Note 2.

Income and Expenses Administered on Behalf of Government Note 3. Financial Position Note 4. Assets and Liabilities Administered on Behalf of the Government Note 5. Funding Note 6. People and Relationships Note 7.

Managing Uncertainties Note 8. Other Information DSHIS—Financial Statements 2016–17Independent Auditor's report Statement by the Accountable Authority and General Manager Statement of Comprehensive Income Statement of Financial Position Statement of Changes in Equity Cash Flow Statement Index to NotesOverview Note 1. Financial Performance Note 2. Financial Position Note 3. Insurance underwriting activities Note 4.

Funding Note 5. People and Relationships Note 6. Managing Uncertainties Note 7. Other Information AppendixesAppendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Appendix F Appendix G Appendix H Appendix I Glossary and indexesGlossary Acronyms and abbreviations List of requirements Annual Reports 2015–16 Annual Reports 2014–15PDF version Annual Reports 2013–14PDF version Table of contents About this report Letters of transmittal Contact details Reader’s guide OverviewSecretary’s year in review The portfolio Organisational structure Outcome and programme structure Relationship between DVA and the Commissions Relationship between DVA and Defence Snapshot of the veteran community Repatriation CommissionFunctions and powers Structure Relationship with the Department Membership Administration of the VEA Repatriation Commission activity Military Rehabilitation and Compensation CommissionFunctions and powers Structure Membership Relationship with the Department Administration of the MRCA and SRCA MRCC activity Review of Military Compensation Arrangements Department of Veterans' AffairsOutcome 1: Compensation and supportProgramme 1.1: Veterans’ Income Support and Allowances Programme 1.

2: Veterans’ Disability Support Programme 1.3: Assistance to Defence widow/ers and dependants Programme 1.4: Assistance and Other Compensation for Veterans and Dependants Programme 1.5: Veterans' Children Education Schemes Programme 1.6: Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Acts Payments—Income Support and Compensation Programme 1.

7: Adjustment to the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Acts Liability Provision—Income Support and Compensati Outcome 2: HealthProgramme 2.1: General Medical Consultations and Services Programme 2.2: Veterans' Hospital Services Programme 2.3: Veterans' Pharmaceutical Benefits Programme 2.4: Veterans' Community Care and Support Programme 2.

5: Veterans' Counselling and Other Health Services Programme 2.6: Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Acts—Health and Other Care Services Programme 2.7: Adjustment to the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Acts Liability Provision—Health and Other Care Service Outcome 3: CommemorationsProgramme 3.1: War Graves and Commemorations Programme 3.2: Gallipoli-related Activities Management and accountabilityCorporate governance Management of human resources Assets management Consultants Changes to disability reporting in annual reports Grants Social justice and equity Legal services Support services International collaboration Financial statements AppendixesAppendix A: Staffing overview Appendix B: Resource summary tables Appendix C: Data Matching Program Appendix D: Advertising and market research Appendix E: Carer recognition Appendix F: Work health and safety Appendix G: Ecologically sustainable development and environmental performance Appendix H: Treatment monitoring Appendix I: List of figures and tables Appendix J: Corrections to previous annual report Glossary and IndexesGlossary Acronyms and abbreviations List of requirements Alphabetical index FeaturesFrench town remembers Australian service in the First World War Former nurse remembers the Second World War Nations practise teamwork in the trenches Bronson Horan is on the road to recovery New ex-service organisation supports veterans of recent conflicts Gardening helps relieve stress for veterans Indigenous Champions help DVA connect with Indigenous veterans OAWG supports Army in laying Z Force Soldiers to rest Taxi industry has a proud history of resettling Second World War veterans into employment The Commemorative mission to the Republic of Korea July 2013 Global connections through sport motivate injured veterans Rakuyo Maru survivor remembers the Second World War Annual Reports 2012–13PDF Versions Table of contents Letters of Transmittal Contact details Reader’s guide OverviewSecretary’s year in review The Portfolio Organisational Structure Outcome and program structure The relationship between DVA and the Commissions The relationship between DVA and Defence Snapshot of the veteran community Repatriation CommissionFunctions and powers Structure Membership Relationship with the Department Administration of the VEA Commission activity Military Rehabilitation and Compensation CommissionFunctions and powers Structure Membership Relationship with the Department Administration of the MRCA and SRCA Commission activity Review of Military Compensation Arrangements Department of Veterans' AffairsPerformance reportingOutcome One: Compensation and SupportProgram 1.

1: Veterans’ Income Support and Allowances Program 1.2 Veterans’ Disability Support Program 1.3: Assistance to Defence Widow/ers and Dependants Program 1.4: Assistance and Other Compensation for Veterans and Dependants Program 1.5: Veterans’ Children Education Scheme Program 1.

6: Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Acts Payments - Income Support and Compensation Program 1.7: Adjustment to the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Acts Liability Provision - Income Support and Compensati Outcome Two: HealthProgram 2.1: General Medical Consultations and Services Program 2.2: Veterans’ Hospital Services Program 2.3: Veterans’ Pharmaceutical Benefits Program 2.

4: Veterans’ Community Care and Support Program 2.5: Veterans’ Counselling and Other Health Services Program 2.6: Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Acts –Health and Other Care Services Program 2.7: Adjustment to the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Acts Liability Provision –Health and Other Care Services Outcome Three: CommemorationsProgram 3.1: War Graves and Commemorations Program 3.

2: Gallipoli-related Activities Management and accountabilityCorporate governance Management of human resources Asset management Consultants Social justice and equity Legal services Support services International collaboration Financial statementsDepartment of Veterans’ AffairsIndependent Auditor's Report Statement by the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Finance Officer Statement of Comprehensive Income Balance Sheet Statement of Changes in Equity Cash Flow Statement Schedule of Commitments Administered Schedule of Comprehensive Income Administered Schedule of Assets and Liabilities Administered Reconciliation Schedule Administered Cash Flow Statement Schedule of Administered Contingencies Index to the notes to and forming part of the financial statements Note 1: Summary of Significant Accounting Policies Note 2: Events After the Reporting Period Note 3: Expenses Note 4: Income Note 5: Income Tax Expense (Competitive Neutrality) Note 6: Financial Assets Note 7: Non-Financial Assets Note 8: Payables Note 9: Provisions Note 10: Cash Flow Reconciliation Note 11: Contingent Assets and Liabilities Note 12: Senior Executive Remuneration Note 13: Remuneration of Auditors Note 14: Financial Instruments Note 15: Financial Assets Reconciliation Note 16: Administered Expenses Note 17: Administered Income Note 18: Administered Financial Assets Note 19: Administered Payables Note 20: Administered Provisions Note 21: Administered Cash Flow Reconciliation Note 22: Administered Contingent Assets and Liabilities Note 23: Administered Financial Instruments Note 24: Administered Financial Assets Reconciliation Note 25: Appropriations Note 26: Special Accounts and FMA Act Section 39 Investments Note 27: Contribution Accounts Note 28: Compensation and Debt Relief Note 29: Reporting of Outcomes Note 30: Competitive Neutrality and Cost Recovery Note 31: Net Cash Appropriation Arrangements Note 32: Compliance with Statutory Conditions for Payments from the Consolidated Revenue Fund Schedule of Administered Commitments Schedule of Contingencies Defence Service Homes Insurance SchemeIndependent Auditor’s report Statement by the Officers for the Defence Service Homes Insurance Scheme Statement of Comprehensive Income Balance Sheet Statement of Changes in Equity Cash Flow Statement Schedule of Commitments Notes to and forming part of the Financial StatementsNote 1. Significant Accounting Policies Note 2. Events After the Reporting Period Note 3. Expenses Note 4. Income Note 5.

Financial Assets Note 6. Non-Financial Assets Note 7. Payables Note 8. Insurance underwriting expenses Note 9. Cash Flow Reconciliation Note 10.

Contingent assets and liabilities Note 11. Senior Executive Remuneration Note 12. Remuneration of Auditors Note 13. Financial instruments Note 14. Risk Management Note 15.

Financial Assets Reconciliation Note 16. Special Appropriations Note 17. Special Accounts and FMA Act Section 39 Note 18. Compliance with Statutory Condition for Payments for the Consolidated Revenue Fund Note 19. Reporting of Outcomes AppendixesAppendix A: Staffing overview Appendix B: Resource summary tables Appendix C: Data Matching Program Report on Progress 2011 to 2013 Appendix D: Advertising and market research Appendix E: Carer Recognition Act Appendix F: Work health and safety Appendix G: Ecologically sustainable development and environmental performance Appendix H: Treatment monitoring Appendix I: List of figures and tables Appendix J: List of corrections to previous annual report Glossary and indexesGlossary Acronyms and abbreviations List of Requirements FeaturesWomen steering DVA’s way Serving the veteran community better From the battlefield to back home Steve Dunning - veteran and counsellor Prosthetic technology in DVA - a personal story Bringing legitimacy to mental health From guilt to feeling good Reconnecting with life and family through CVC Veterans travel for treatment We will remember them –Office of Australian War Graves Memories of long ago 95 years of care and compassion –the Repatriation Commission Personalised care making difference to DVA clients New directions –retraining after service Historical Annual Reports from 1918 onwards BudgetBudget 2019-2020 Budget 2018-2019 Budget 2017-2018 Budget 2016-2017 Budget 2015-2016 Budget 2014-2015 Budget 2013-2014 Budget 2012-2013 Budget 2011-2012 Executive remuneration reporting Fraud and non-compliance Legal services expenditure Public Interest Disclosure Scheme Senate ordersContracts File lists Your Tax File Number CLIK Data and statisticsHistorical listing of statistical publications Doing business with DVAOnline servicesNominated Representatives Secure services Suppliers and vendorsPayment to suppliers Tenders and templates FactsheetsFactsheets - new & updated Factsheets by keyword Factsheets by number FormsForms by keyword Forms by number Forms by topic Freedom of InformationFOI Disclosure Log Information Publication SchemeAgency Plan Consultation arrangements Contact us Operational information Other information Our reports and responses to Parliament Routinely requested information and disclosure log What we do Who we are Invictus Sydney 2018Message from the Secretary News and media Video and Photo GalleryPhoto Gallery Video Gallery JobsDiversity Graduate programAbout the program Applying Frequently Asked Questions Graduate Stories Key benefits of the DVA program Living and working in Canberra Pay and conditions Social Scene Who we are looking for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Graduates LegislationCurrent Bills and Acts Legislation news Treatment Benefits (Special Access) Act 2019 Veterans’ Affairs Legislation Amendment (Omnibus) Act 2018 Media CentreOn the record Previous years' media centre items2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 Anzac Day media materials Media Backgrounders News and updatesChange to April 2019 pension payday.

OverviewOur Purpose Our Structure The Secretary Veterans’ Affairs Portfolio Agency Multicultural Plan DVA Service Charter Disability Protocols Organisational chart PublicationsBenefits and payments Commemorations and War Graves Community and Consultation CorporateAustralian Government Response to the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee Reports Corporate plansDVA Corporate Plan 2015–16Secretary's message Strategic Context Activities Strategies Measured and assessed performance Performance impact Achieve our purpose and enhance our delivery Risk Our planning framework DVA Corporate Plan 2017–21 DVA Corporate Plan 2018–2022 DVA Enterprise Agreement 2019–2022 DVA Service Charter DVA Strategic PlanDVA Towards 2020Minister's Foreword Secretary's Message Overview of DVA Towards 2020 Who we are Key Strategies Our Planning Framework Repat – A Concise History of Repatriation in Australia Health publicationsCVC — Information for veterans (brochure) Get your life on track Getting our mob back on track Mental health publications Provider publicationsGuide for General Practice RehabilitationGet your life on track Getting our mob back on track Rehabilitation for DVA Clients (booklet) VVRS — "How to find and keep that job" Research and studiesHealth research publications Social research publications Vetaffairs2019Vol 35 No.1 Autumn 2019 2018Vol 34 No.4 Summer 2018 Vol 34 No.3 Spring 2018 Vol 34 No.2 Winter 2018 Vol 34 No.

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Country Population Area Capital/Currency Code
Australia 21515754 7686850.0 Canberra/AUD
Australia occpies 7692024 km of territory, which is 0.052% of world's total territory and it stands at rank 6 in the list of largest countries in the world. Australia is the only country that is a coterminous with a continent. Largest country without a land-border to neighbors. By far largest country in Oceania.

Local time: Wed, 21 Aug 2019, 20:48:34
 at Australia/Lord_Howe

Currency: Australian Dollar
Official Languages: (no official language) Australian English (80% of the population)
Other Languages: Mandarin, Italian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages, many of those languages are considered to be ‘endangered’.
Language Codes: en-AU
Political System: federal parliamentary democracy and a Commonwealth realm
Land/Water Area (in Sq km): 7682300.00/58920
Elevation (Above/Below) Sea Level in meters: 2229.0/
GDP per Capita Income (in USD): 65520
Birth per 1000: 12.19
Death per 1000: 7.07

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Date & Time Zones in Australia


UTC/GMT Date Time: Aug 21 2019 10:12:15

  • UTC+11:00 (NFT) — Norfolk Island
  • UTC+10:30 — Lord Howe Island
  • UTC+10:00 (AEST) — Queensland, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania
  • UTC+09:30 (ACST) — South Australia, Northern Territory
  • UTC+08:00 (AWST) — Western Australia
  • UTC+07:00 (CXT) — Christmas Island
  • UTC+06:30 — Cocos (Keeling) Islands
  • UTC+05:00 — Heard and McDonald Islands
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