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Should whistle-blowers get more protection?
Guaranteed lower prices will lead to big savings for Victorian energy consumers
Supporting Territory Jobs – Making Every Dollar Count
Law Commission abortion law reform briefing received: NZ
My Health Record: A Huge Threat to Patient Privacy With Little Benefit
Local government finance settlement date confirmed in government response to Hudson review: UK
Care in the community making a difference
Labor stays silent on their attempt to change birth certificates for all Tasmanians
New Economic Modelling Shows Labor Fails Its Own Test On Negative Gearing
Labor Fails Its Own Test On Negative Gearing
Canada to host Ottawa Ministerial on WTO Reform
HMCTS announces expert advisor on open data and academic engagement: UK
Consultation on exemptions to gift card reforms
A Future Program for Family Based Care
State Government to continue to campaign for…
Appointment of new Valuer-General
Fundraising made easier in NSW
Minister supports Parliamentary inquiry into short-stay accommodation
WINNERS ARE QUEENSLAND COMMUNITIES
A fair share of GST for WA inches ever closer
Parliament to consider law changes to protect park home residents
Government to focus on health in Parliament
Appointment of new CEO of the Australia Council
HIGGINS ADOPTS ADAM GILES’ ALCOHOL POLICY
MTA NSW SIGNALS MAJOR WINS OVER INDUSTRY REFORMS
Consultation on removing the GST on feminine hygiene products
Creating local jobs of the future through cheaper, cleaner and more reliable power
Industry wide bargaining critical for low paid workers: United Voice
GST change highlights urgent need for tax reform
Easy to Do Work Health and Safety Toolkit reduces small business burdens
Legislation to modernise business registers and introduce Director Identification Numbers released for consultation
Release of the Royal Commission’s interim report into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation & Financial Services Industry
Record Increase in Senior Australians Receiving Home Care
Supporting a Secure Start for Ceduna Children and Parents
Presumptive legislation for firefighters
Safer Communities: Second Squad of Police Auxiliary Liquor Inspectors Sworn In
Consultation to commence on Short Stay Accommodation Legislation
Nation leading family violence legislation
GOVERNMENTS AND REGULATORS HAVED FAILED OUR ELDERLY
Hong Kong opens high-speed rail link with mainland China
Renters given more rights
Gift card reforms to benefit consumers
Public sector employees have their say during period of change
Aged Care Royal Commission ToR
Call for urgent implementation of Federal Government’s aged care reforms
NRHA Calls on Government to Focus on Rural Health Reforms
GTE Reform Program to strengthen governance and accountability
Agriculture Minister welcomes dairy’s call for mandatory code of conduct