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Latest NDIS Review demonstrates need to scrap staffing cap
Boosting leave for APS volunteer firefighters
Lab physicist to lead APS’ plasma physics division
Government rejects key outcomes of its own report
Delivering for Australians – a world-class Australian Public Service
APS partners with AFL’s Tackle Your Feelings program to help local footy coaches
Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) announces changes to capital framework for New Zealand banks
Psychologists welcome Victoria’s mental health reform agenda
Drought affected communities hit by job cuts
Historic Public Service low
Australian Public Service employee census 2019 highlights report for Health
Time to act on climate crisis is now
First ever NDIS Participant Employment Strategy launched
Psychologists welcome Productivity Commission’s call to action on mental health
2019 Workplace Excellence Awards
Union welcomes announcement of 800 extra public service jobs in NDIA
New CEO of National Disability Insurance Agency
Westpac acknowledges release of a discussion paper by APRA – Revisions to APS 111 Capital Adequacy: Measurement of Capital
Psychologists in demand but access still a major concern, says APS
APS statements on surgery for transgender minors
Statement regarding surgery for transgender young people
Half of Australians with early stage dementia not getting care they need, says APS
Climate change a rapidly increasing issue for our mental health
‘Climate distress’ real, says APS
APS Refutes ‘Social Contagion’ Arguments
APRA strengthens rules to combat contagion risk within banking groups
Psychologists welcome Government’s commitment to building a mentally healthy Australia
Speak your mind at Kempsey heat of Australian Poetry Slam
Listening to children is an opportunity to reduce suicide risk
HILDA report highlights need for increased access to psychologists under Medicare
PM plans for public service
APRA enforces stable funding requirements on banks
John Galayda is named director of NSTX-U Recovery Project
APS welcomes appointment of National Suicide Prevention Adviser
Access to expert psychological care upheld for Australian Defence Force personnel
Psychologists applaud NSW commitment to mental health in schools
Laurie H. Glimcher elected to membership of American Philosophical Society
End-of-life conversations can contribute to a better death
APS congratulates Morrison Government and urges continued mental health focus
Evidence backs need for psychologists in primary schools
ALP investment in youth mental health should extend to children
Update on MCA Inspection – MCA Finds no Irregularities and no Further Action Pending
Greens policy launched to reverse privatisation of public sector
Many Australians think real leadership is lacking
Psychologists call for a more socially cohesive community one month on from Christchurch attacks
Psychologists welcome much needed mental health focus in Federal Budget
APRA seeks to modernise prudential standard on credit risk management
Take care of yourself to cope with distressing news, say psychologists