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Trendy new events space to transform local events
Skilled migration inquiry hearing in Sydney
New community access buses launch
Council expenditure with Indigenous businesses exceeds $1 million
CMA clears Uber and Autocab deal
City’s biggest dog park coming to Fairfield Showground
Queensland’s healthcare supported to meet increasing demand
DAF offers 1,300-plus summer job opportunities to qualified students
IR bill a blow to casual mineworkers
Council calls for tenders for new Beach Permits
ASIC disqualifies Victorian director for five years
Recruitment support targets seasonal workers
Callout for businesses wanting to set up in Port Stephens parks, foreshores
Arts Centre revamp underway
Outdoor dining parklets still on menu in Port Phillip
New Gillieston Heights Community Hub now open
Space cube parklets to expand outdoor dining at Mildura
Council throws support behind Pop-Up North Queensland festival
Heritage Village set to reopen in near future
JobMaker creates incentive for employers to sack full-time workers and replace them with part-timers
Road to Recovery: Territory Tourism Vouchers Inject Millions into Economy
CPVV Demands Mass Data from Industry Sparking Privacy Concerns
Charges laid over fatal wall collapse
Drugs and firearm located during vehicle search in Skye
Flexi-wage expansion will lift business confidence, employment
New Grant Opportunity For Local Creatives
Support for schoolboy’s rugby league
Two Queensland directors disqualified from managing corporations
IR Omnibus Bill entrenches ‘permanent casual’ rort in mining
Windsor no standing
Receive up to $10,400 over a year for each new employee
Electric bikes offer a new Barossa perspective
City of Melbourne taking graffiti removal to new heights
Extension of employer application period for Canada Summer Jobs 2021
Funding boost for local theatre
Barnett needs to explain how taxpayer dollars are being used effectively as staff numbers revealed
Council continues to support local sporting clubs
JobKeeper flaw creates staffing issues for struggling small businesses
New online booking system for HRCC facilities
Ground-breaking tender for Spoilbank Marina project
Convicted waste crime offender ordered to pay £2.1 million
Former director disqualified from managing companies for five years 18 December
Queensland director disqualified from managing corporations for five years
Police charge three for secondary supply of alcohol in Alice Springs
Construction suppliers fined £15m for breaking competition law
Warning to cooperate with EPA investigations or face consequences
Proof our economy is rebuilding and our plan is working
DAF highlights participation in Disability Action Working Group