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Time for action on gambling harm
NRAR releases second progress report
ASIC updates information sheets on new protections under unfair contract terms laws
South Australia introduces dual trade apprenticeship
Relative Restrictiveness of Each State’s Voting Environment in 2020
Greens say Government have wilfully ignored opportunity to reform punitive and racist Community Development Program
Outcomes from Measurement Law Review consultation
One-size does not fit all when SMEs face insolvency
Labour-led government has mandate for transformation, equality and transparency
Public Accounts Committee tables reports 19 October
New law to help protect pets from domestic violence perpetrators
TasCAT President sought
Rail update 16 October 2020
Law Council President, Pauline Wright, support to Bernard Collaery
Future-proofing Tasmania’s transport industry
Australian cotton industry disappointed by apparent Chinese export changes
Teacher Registration Bill passes parliament
MEAA welcomes dropping of raid investigation but threat remains
Consumer sentiment paves way for whip-free racing
Labor acts to toughen up weak political donation laws
TasCAT Bill passed in State Parliament
Chief Civil Psychiatrist and Chief Forensic Psychiatrist Annual Report
Revitalising CBD is crucial to economic recovery
Christopher Pincher’s speech to District Councils’ Network
Modernising South Australia’s abortion laws
A super tax adjustment is needed to stop women taking further hits to their retirement savings
Joint trial presumption to deliver justice
On UN Human Rights Council’s Embrace of Authoritarian Regimes
Opening Black Box of Neural Networks
Statement on new Chair of Advisory Committee on Packaging
First Nations Alliance and BHP strengthen heritage protection in Australia
Proposed UN programme plan and budget for 2021
Coercive control reform
New Coalition calls for immediate action on criminalising coercive control
eSafety Commissioner take down scheme addresses social media harm, but not the cause
Labor’s Donation Disclosure Bill to be tabled
Guyra pool quest for polar bears return
Working families and early learning sector now recognised by all parties
Fee Hikes’ Passage More Fuel In Libs’ Uni Arson
Former responsible manager banned from credit activities following ASIC investigation
Greens plan for ‘one stop centre’ to support victims of sexual assault
Committee supports Australia’s contribution to IMF for COVID-19 fight
Reforming Victoria’s criminal justice system post-COVID
Budget delivers trucking investment and safety boosts
IRIS Center supports parents and children learning remotely with new module
RUN: Certainty provided for universities in 2020 Budget and JRG legislation
New Chair of Social Security Advisory Committee appointed
Liverpool Literary Festival Don’t Quote Me, with Paul Mendez