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Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Australian Awards for Sustainability Reporting More information for these inaugural awards is available from www.australia.accaglobal.com. The closing date for submissions to each of the three categories - Environmental Reporting, Social Reporting and Sustainability Reporting is March 7.

Banksia Environmental Awards Nominations for the 2003 awards are now open. Entry forms, categories and criteria are available from www.banksiafdn.com. Other information is available from Amanda Prosser or Ingrid Nason, SparkPR, (03) 9427 9889. Closing date for entries is March 28.

Golden Gecko Awards Nominations can be submitted for activities including innovation, community involvement and public awareness, exploration, waste management, employee awareness, and prospecting. In 2002, Alcoa World Alumina, LionOre Nickel and the Esperance Port Authority won Golden Geckos. Certificates of merit were awarded to Woodside Energy, and a joint nomination from Simcoa Operations and consultant Sally Robinson of Strategic Environmental Solutions. An encouragement award was presented to Newmonts Golden Grove operations. Further information and nomination forms are available from Angela Bishop, 9222 3765, or from www.mpr.wa.gov.au. The nominations period closes 4pm March 28. Jacobs Creek World Food Media Awards Entry forms are available from www.worldfoodmediaawards.com and from Kristy Officer, (08) 9388 8877 and wfma@tastingaustralia. com.au. Entries close June 4.South West

(WA) Small Business Awards Information regarding the awards is available from Alison Lannin: (Tel) 9791 2666, (Fax) 9791 6646, or ask@lbec.asn.au. Registrations close March 10 and entries close March 28.

WA Youth Awards The categories for these awards are: Leadership (John Curtin Leadership Award, sponsor Curtin University of Technology); Citizenship (sponsor Woodside Energy Ltd); Environment (sponsor Department of Conservation and Land Management); Inspiration (sponsor WA Lotteries Commission /Leeuwin Ocean Adventures); and Active Achievement (sponsor Iluka Resources Limited). Entries are open to Western Australians aged between 13 and 25 years, and nominations can be made on an individual basis, through secondary schools and other organisations, or via existing youth award programs, including those conducted by the Lions Club, Silver Chain, and Rotary. Nomination forms are available from 9476 2000, for entries which are due February 28.

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