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Recognising lived experience of Canberrans in birth documents
Recognition of community pharmacy welcomed
Equal Pay legislation will strengthen fight against sexist discrimination
Congress awards $3 million for UC cybersecurity collaborative
Green Party strengthens bill that empowers teachers to de-escalate struggling kids
South Australian pharmacists and pharmacy staff now better protected
Police urge community to avoid travel across NSW/Victoria border unless essential
Pay equity legislation back on right track
Toowoomba Regional Council makes community safer from flooding 21 July
New plans to ensure pubs, restaurants and cafes offer both smoking and non-smoking outdoor options
Climate-friendly cooling could cut years of greenhouse gas emissions and save trillions of dollars
Computer Security: CERN has been phished again
Public input sought on Bill to monitor parolees
Pregnancy warning labels for alcoholic beverages
Work to continue on protecting Lara community from flood risks
Council’s New Noosa Plan gets green light
Do campaign finance reforms truly help make elections more competitive?
New Gun Subculture Is on Rise in Liberal States with Stricter Gun Laws
Five-substitute option extended into 2021 in response to COVID-19 pandemic
CFMEU’s Victorian pattern deal highlights need for Protection of Worker Benefits Bill to be passed by Parliament
Toowoomba Regional Council makes community safer from flooding
Civil news increase to ‘payments on account’ applications
More Red Tape and Bureaucracy with Palaszczuk Government’s $8M Rehabilitation Commissioner
Historic planning reforms cut red tape and open WA for business
Intelligence Committee publishes INSLM’s report reviewing telecommunications amendments
Law Council concerned government amendments to ASIO Act are an overreach
Commission warns of ASIO Bill overreach
Independent National Security Legislation Monitor Report tabled
Job-creating aged care precinct gets green light in northern suburbs
Northern Grampians Shire Council July meeting news bites
Future of Corrimal Coke Works to reflect its industrial heritage – Wollongong
Law clinic helps NYTimes win access to COVID-19 data on race
Washington State University to begin human testing for COVID-19
Freshwater commissioners and fast-track consenting convenor appointed
Feedback sought – Commercial Film and Video Production Facilities
Designing Better – Supporting Territory Business
New data confirm that African American convicts partly replaced slave labor in US
A comic strip to fight misogyny hate crime
Ride sourcing now considered taxi travel for fringe benefits tax purposes
Government going too far prohibiting items in detention facilities
Retail Chain Set for Significant Expansion Throughout Australia
Green light for UNSW Canberra City campus
Minister won’t take guns from gangs
Apartment reform is now a realistic opportunity
ACT Greens propose more protections for COVID-affected renters
Repealing waka jumping law on table
Blanket bans would be unacceptable
Bill raising minimum residency requirement for NZ Super passes first reading