1. The name of the company shall be "Queensland Radio For The
Print Handicapped Limited" (hereinafter referred to as "the

2. The principal objects of the Association are -

(A) (a) To prepare produce or record programmes for
broadcasting by radio television or land line to the
print Handicapped and to make all arrangements and do
all things necessary and incidental to the proper
preparation production or recording of such programmes

(b) To apply to whatever authority shall be deemed
relevant by the Committee for the purpose of
obtaining a broadcasting licence or special
communications authorisation for the purposes of
providing a radio information service for the
Print Handicapped and to do all things incidental
to the making of such application and the
retention of any licence granted

(c) To establish operate and maintain an amplitude
modulation or frequency modulation broadcasting
station for the specific purpose of educating
informing and entertaining those persons who, by
reason of physical or other disabilities, are not
able to or have difficulty reading written or
printed words (herein referred to a "the Print
Handicapped") and to encourage the interest of
those persons in a broad spectrum of educational
cultural and welfare affairs by the broadcasting
of readings, lectures, discussions and music

(d) In association with or by arrangement with
educational institutions or cultural organisations
to encourage and foster educational and cultural
life of Print Handicapped persons by the
broadcasting of whatever material may be deemed to
further this object

(e) To record, publish and distribute or cause to be
recorded published and distributed programme
guides tapes or other material relating to the
education culture and welfare of Print Handicapped

(f) To enter into any arrangement, whether reciprocal
or otherwise, with any organisation or body
corporate for the purchase, sale or exchange of
recorded materials

(g) To carry out research into broadcasting, including
but without limiting the generality thereof, the
technical economic social and marketing aspects of

2(B) (1) To take over the assets funds and liabilities of
the present unincorporated association known as
"Queensland Radio For The Print Handicapped"
solely for the purpose of carrying out the
aforesaid objects

(2) To hold or arrange competitions and to provide or
contribute towards the provision of prizes awards
or distinctions in connection therewith provided
always that no member of the Association shall
receive any prize award or distinction of monetary
value except as a successful competitor in any
competition held arranged or promoted by the

(3) To subscribe to become a member of or amalgamate
with or co-operate with any other Association or
organisation whether incorporated or not whose
objects are similar to those of the organisation
provided always that the organisation shall not
subscribe to or support with its funds or
amalgamate with any association or organisation
which does not prohibit the distribution of its
income or profit or property amongst its members
to an extent at least as great as that imposed
under or by virtue of Clause 3 of this Memorandum

(4) To buy sell and deal in all kinds of apparatus and
all kinds of provisions, liquid or solid, required
by the members or organisations or persons
frequenting the Association's premises

(5) To purchase lease rent or exchange or otherwise
acquire lands easements buildings or property,
either real or personal, and any rights licences
or privileges which may be requisite for the
purposes of or capable of being conveniently used
in connection with any of the objects of the
Association provided always that in case the
Association shall take or hold any property which
may be subject to any Trust, the Association shall
only deal with the property in such manner as
allowed by law having regard to such Trust

(6) To enter into any agreement or arrangement with
any Government or authority (municipal, local or
statutory) which may seem conducive to the
organisation's objects and to obtain from such
Government or authority any rights licences or
concessions or privileges which the organisation
may deem it desirable to obtain and carry out
exercise and comply with any such arrangement or
agreement or right, licence privilege or

(7) To appoint, employ remove or suspend any managers
clerks secretaries or other persons as may be
necessary or convenient for the furtherment of the
Association's objects

(8) To establish and support or aid in the
establishment support and maintenance of
associations institutions Trust Funds conveniences
or schemes calculated to benefit employees or past
employees of the Association or dependents or
connections of any such persons and to grant
pensions and allowances or to make payments
towards any insurance or super-annuation scheme

(9) To construct maintain improve alter work manage or
develop any houses, buildings, structures, grounds
works or conveniences which may seem calculated,
directly or indirectly, to advance the
Association's interests and to contribute to
subsidise assist or otherwise take part in the
construction improvement maintenance development
working operating or control thereof

(10) To invest and deal with the money of the
Association not immediately required, in such
manner as the Committee thinks fit in the manner
required by "The Trusts Act 1973".

(11) To borrow raise or secure payment of money in such
manner as the Association may deem fit and to
secure the repayment or performance of any debt
liability contract guarantee or other engagement
incurred or to be entered into by the Association
in any way and, in particular, by the issue of
debentures, perpetual or otherwise or otherwise
charge all or any part of the Association's
property, whether present or future and to
purchase, redeem or pay off such securities

(12) To make, draw, accept, endorse and discount
Promissory Notes, Bills of Exchange, Bills of
Lading and other transferable or negotiable

(13) To sell, improve manage develop exchange lease
dispose of, turn to account or otherwise deal with
all or any part of the property and rights of the

(14) To take or to hold Mortgages, Bills of Sale, liens
or charges to secure payment of the purchase price
or any unpaid part of the purchase price of any
part of the Association's property of whatsoever
kind sold by the Association or any money due to
the Association from purchasers or others

(15) To take any gift of property, whether subject to
any special Trust or not, for any one or more
objects of the Association subject always to the
proviso contained in Paragraph (5) of this Clause

(16) To take such steps, by written or personal appeal
public meetings or otherwise as may from time to
time be deemed expedient for the purpose of
procuring contributions to the funds of the
Association in the form of donations, annual
membership fees or otherwise

(17) To print or publish and distribute any newspapers,
periodicals, magazines, pamphlets or otherwise
that the Association may consider desirable for
the promotion of its objects

(18) To purchase, acquire or undertake to acquire, any
part of the funds, property assets liabilities or
engagements of any one or more companies,
institutions, societies or associations which the
Association is authorised to amalgamate with

(19) To transfer all or any part of the property,
assets, liabilities or engagements of the
Association to any one or more companies
institutions societies or associations with which
the Association is authorised to amalgamate

(20) To make donations for charitable benevolent or
patriotic purposes

(21) To purchase or supply technical equipment or seek
a licence for the purchase or supply of such
equipment or the importing or exporting of such

(22) To apply for, purchase or otherwise acquire any
patents, patent rights copyrights, trade marks
formulae, licences concessions or the like
conferring any exclusive, non-exclusive or limited
right to use or any secret or other information as
to any invention or formula which may seem capable
of being used for any of the purposes of the
Association or the acquisition of which may seem
calculated directly or indirectly benefit the
Association and to use exercise or develop or
grant licences in respect of, turn to account the
property rights or information so acquired

(23) To apply promote and obtain any Statute, Order,
Regulation or other authorisation which may seem
calculate directly or indirectly to benefit the
Association and to oppose any Bill, Proceedings or
Application which may seem calculated directly or
indirectly to prejudice the interests of the

(24) To procure the Association to be registered or
recognised in any country or place outside the
State of Queensland

(25) To carry out all or any of the objects of the
Association or to do all or any of the above
things in any part of the world and either as
Principal, Agent, Contractor, Trustee or otherwise
or by and through Agents, Contractors, Trustees or
otherwise and either alone or in conjunction with

(26) To do all such other things as are incidental to
or conducive to the attainment of the objects and
exercise of the powers of the Association

2(C) Provided always that the Association shall not support
with its funds any activity, or endeavour to impose or
procure to be observed by its members or others any
regulation or restriction which, if an object of the
Association, would make it a Trade Union within the
meaning of "The Trades Unions Act".

2(D) The powers set forth in the Third Schedule of "The
Companies Act of 1961" in so far as they are not
included in this Clause, are excluded.

3. The income and property of the Association, whencesoever
derived, shall be applied solely towards the objects of the
Association as set forth in this Memorandum of Association
and no portion thereof shall be paid or transferred,
directly or indirectly, by way of dividend, bonus or
otherwise to the members of the Association, provided that

nothing herein contained shall prevent the payment in good
faith of remuneration to any officers or servants of the
Association or to any member of the Association in return
for any services actually rendered to the Association or for
goods supplied in the ordinary and usual way of business,
nor prevent the payment of interest at a rate, not
exceeding the rate for the time being fixed for the purpose
of this Paragraph by the Articles of Association on money
borrowed from any member of the Association or reasonable or
proper rent for premises demised or let by any member of the
Association to the Association, or re-payment of out of
pocket expenses and interest at the rate aforesaid on money
lent or reasonable and proper rent for premises demised or
let to the Association.

4. The liability of the members is limited.

5. Every member of the Association undertakes to contribute to
the assets of the Association in the event of the same being
wound up whilst he/she is a member or within one year after
he/she ceases to be a member, for payment of the debts and
liabilities of the Association contracted before he/she
ceases to be a member and of the costs, charges, expenses
and the like of winding up and of the adjustment of the
rights of the contributories amongst themselves, such amount
as may be required, not exceeding twenty dollars.

6. If upon the winding up or dissolutionment of the Association
there remains, after satisfaction of all its debts and
liabilities, any property whatsoever, the same shall not be
paid to or distributed amongst the members of the
Association but shall be given or transferred to some other
institution or institutions having objects similar to the
objects of the Association, gifts to which are allowable
deductions under the provisions of "The Income Tax
Assessment Act of 1936", Section 78(1)(A), and whose
Memorandum of Association or Constitution shall prohibit the
distribution of its or their income and assets amongst its
or their members to an extent at least as great as is
imposed on the Association under or by virtue of Clause 3
hereof, such institution or institutions to be determined by
the members of the Association at or before the time of the
dissolution and in default thereof by application to the
Supreme Court for determination.

7. True account shall be kept of the sums of money received or
expended by the Association and the manner in which such
receipts and expenditures takes place and of the property,
credits and liabilities of the Association and subject to
any reasonable restrictions as to the time and manner of
inspecting the same that may be imposed in accordance with
the Articles of Association for the time being in force,
will be open to the inspection of members. Once at least in
every year, the accounts of the Association shall be

examined by one or more properly qualified Auditor or
Auditors who shall report to the members in accordance with
the provisions of "The Companies Act of 1961".