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First home owners boost puts more in pockets of tasmanians
EROAD signs Australian Enterprise customer 13 April
Electric Vehicle Taxes – Putting cart before horse
ADF top brass must resign over sas revelations
Aged care consumer organisations propose reform plan
Service providers and communities call on Government to treat drugs as a health issue
UN chief welcomes IMF and World Bank measures to address COVID-related debt crisis
Executive Order on Establishment of Presidential Commission on Supreme Court of United States
Around Air Force: Month of Military Child, Talent Marketplace, Astronaut Rescue Course
Administrators’ 12-month report and Action Plan for future
Six new Superintendents appointed
Morrison Government Throws Sole Traders Hospital Pass
Premier announces 41st Parliament to commence on April 29
EROAD signs Australian Enterprise customer
Free Kinder Saving Victorian Families Thousands
ASIC warns time is fast running out for insurance claims handling AFS licence applications
Reform of mental health services: an urgent need and a human rights imperative
Pill-testing program in Victoria would save lives
WA election puts pressure on Victoria to overhaul voting system
Labor will help get young Tasmanians into good, secure jobs
Territory Investment Commissioner & Major Projects Commissioner
IMF Staff Team Concludes a Technical Virtual Mission to Mozambique
Australians may die due to Morrisons bungled vaccine rollout
Readout of President Biden Call with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine
Government remains committed to resolving ambulance union industrial dispute
Private health insurance premium rise is no April fool’s joke
Proposed planning changes to deliver billions in investment
Attorney General should be wary of ‘Religious Freedom’ minefield as Committee leaves problems unresolved
Labor’s aggravated trespass plan is unwieldy and will not protect resource industry
Feedback sought on proposed changes to development rules
Private health insurance premium increase a timely reminder
Commencement of Gender Equality Act
Banks call for consistent laws to prevent elder abuse
NATO Secretary General joins meeting of Foreign Ministers of Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS
Gender and social background influence choice of upper secondary school
Real change requires a collective effort: advancing wellbeing of children and families in ACT
Statement on National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan’s Call with Head of Presidential Office Andriy Yermak of Ukraine
Push for national water reform to support agriculture
Berejiklian govt cuts 20% of welfare oversight staff, leaving children in hands of costly, private providers
IMF and World Bank Consider Sudan Eligible for Assistance Under Enhanced Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative
ASQA Provider Roundtable
Cutting Red Tape for Pastoralists – process slashed from 6 months to 6 weeks
Funeral reforms on Government agenda
WWF Statement on Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act
Commission of Inquiry Bill passes State Parliament
Mediation to resume next week
Industry & government must do more to ensure safety of farm workers
Simple change could eliminate need for work tax receipts