—(1) The Postal Authority may, with the approval of the Minister, make regulations for any purpose for which regulations are required to be made under this Act and generally for carrying out the purposes and provisions of this Act.
(2) Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), the Postal Authority may, with the approval of the Minister, make regulations for or with respect to all or any of the following matters:
the classes and the conditions for the grant of licences by the Postal Authority;
the acceptance, transmission by post, detention and disposal of postal articles;
the supply, sale and use of postage stamps;
the import, manufacture, sale, supply and use of franking machines;
the limit of amount of money that may be remitted through a public postal licensee and the manner and conditions under which such money may be remitted;
the articles or things which may not be transmitted by post;
the types of articles not to be treated as letters;
the manner of receiving, delivering, collecting and distributing mail bags and postal articles, including facilitating access for postal licensees to letter boxes;
the conditions and restrictions for the payment of indemnity for the loss of or damage to postal articles where indemnity is payable under this Act;
the registration of postal articles and the cases where insurance of postal articles may be required;
the fees and charges to be paid in respect of any matter or anything done, or any services rendered, by the Postal Authority under or by virtue of this Act, including a code of practice or standard of performance;
the waiver or refund, in whole or in part, by authorised officers of the Postal Authority of any such fees in the circumstances of any particular case;
the interest (such interest, if unpaid, to constitute a debt due to the Postal Authority and be recoverable as such) to be paid for late payment of any fees or charges prescribed under this Act.