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It is mandatory for most businesses and venues to maintain a contact register by collecting contact details of patrons attending their premises, including customers, staff, contractors, and visitors.
The work we do helps create and maintain better places for people to live, work and play in.
We build the capacity of local governments, so that they are capable, well-governed, and best able to serve their communities.
We help maintain a strong and diverse sport and recreation sector in Western Australia.
We support a sustainable arts and cultural sector that facilitates social and economic wellbeing by providing research, policy, information and support.
By providing services to Western Australia’s arts and culture organisations, we are building the capacity of a sector which makes visiting and living in Western Australia richer, more vibrant and more enjoyable.
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The State Records Office of Western Australia is responsible for providing record-keeping services to government, preserving the State archives collection, and making State archives accessible for researchers. The
office operates as a government agency within the department.
department works with Aboriginal communities and other stakeholders to
connect people to Aboriginal culture and history and promote
reconciliation in the wider WA community. Our activities affirm and
raise awareness of the richness and diversity of
Aboriginal culture and history in WA.
The department is responsible for promoting and maintaining the integrity of lawful racing, gambling and liquor activities in Western Australia, for the social and economic benefit of Western Australians.
Western Australia is a vibrant and effective multicultural society. The department promotes and supports multiculturalism that creates safe communities and supports families.
Discover WA’s vibrant multicultural communities
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