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SA takes lead on unscrupulous payday lenders
Export scheme crucial in testing times for trade
2020 Investment Climate Statements Released
CMA to assess progress in legal services sector
New Rate Peg Will Help Maintain Essential Services
IHPA releases Consultation Paper on Pricing Framework for Australian Public Hospital Services
United States Designates Former Lebanese Government Ministers
Lawyers welcome new laws forcing priests to report child sexual abuse in Queensland
New Zealand First pledges support for more prisoner training programmes
Proposed whip reform in Australian thoroughbred racing
Improving mental health supports for young Tasmanians
Council Chief Executive Officer Moving On
Employers release a roadmap to recovery
Leasehold homes CMA launches enforcement action
Statement on Murray Darling Basin Plan Reform
Streamlining Environmental Approvals Bill passes House of Representatives
Aba joins law Council of Australia in expressing need for caution
Memorandum on Providing an Order of Succession Within General Services Administration
Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund Steering Committee Meets
Restoring business & household confidence is key to recovery
Answers needed on political donation reform
Australia must choose a jobs fuelled recovery
Government hiding cannabis reports
Canada commemorates Lebanon’s centennial
$34 million COVID-19 silver lining on Mornington Peninsula
New General Manager to lead NASAA Organic Team
Law Council urges caution on changes to fundamental principles of criminal responsibility
Uzbekistan Independence Day
Chief Executive Officer to leave Council
Corporate Plan 2020-21 sets out OAIC strategic priorities
More to do to support parents, children and carers in ACT’s child protection system
WA Master Plumbers welcome action on copper theft
PFAS second progress report tabled
Home improvements cheaper as building consent rules relaxed
UK statement to WTO’s Dispute Settlement Body on Appellate Body Appointments
Family Public Law Reform National rollout of digital care and supervision applications resumes in September
Urgent Changes To Ensure Victim-Survivors Can Speak Up
Expert Committee to be established to support ACT Jobs and Economic Recovery
Deputy Secretary of State Biegun’s Meetings in Ukraine
TasCAT Bill passed in Lower House
More transparency needed for child safety
More NSW offenders supervised in community
Reform needed to protect domestic violence victims with pets and livestock
Press freedom inquiry would still jail journalists
Press freedom report calls for reform and transparency
Inquiry a chance to get a better deal for farmers
Council joins call for pokie reform
Government passes legislation through senate to allow Australians to choose their superannuation fund