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New dignified process to medically retire police officers
Minister Bibeau concludes visit to Ethiopia by announcing initiatives to empower women and girls
Courts to pilot more flexible hours for the benefit of the public
Council makes strides towards reconciliation
Consumer law advice sets out obligations for care homes
Cassy O’Connor confirms another Labor-Green backroom deal
International Mens Day 19 November 2018
James Brokenshire welcomes rise in number of new homes
New online service launched for PIP appeals
Private hospital care highly valued by Aussies
Reforms increase trial finalisation rates in the NSW District Criminal Court
Encouraging our kids to continue learning
Where are Labor’s birth certificate amendments?
Tough new laws for concealing child abuse
New Act Provides Pathway to Right Past Wrongs
Campsfield House immigration removal centre to close
HMCTS public event – 6 November 2018
Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Bolivia in January 2019
Finding forever homes for children in foster care
Stamp duty change makes buying a home fairer
HMCTS sign lease for the Civic Centre with Newcastle City Council
Dairy code consultations kick off
New funding and reappointment of APRA Chair to further strengthen financial system supervision
Bar Association of Queensland elects first female president – statement from Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath
Statement from Cricket Australia
Charity fundraisers made easier
Government launches consultation on community involvement in shale gas proposals
Labor all over the place on birth certificate changes
Aged Care Pricing Commissioner Annual Report
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