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New Online Safety Act to keep Australians safe
APRA flags setting countercyclical capital buffer at non-zero default level
Give rescued dogs a second chance this Christmas
AQF & Higher Education Reforms Welcomed By Independent Providers
Technological innovations needed for aged care
Chief Victims Advisor reappointed for a further two years
Innovation key to putting care back in aged care
Statement from Minister Ng on importance of preserving rules-based international trade
UK universities will work together to improve research quality and reproducibility
Parliament passes historic voluntary assisted dying laws for WA
Fairer laws needed for people with mental health or cognitive impairments
Afternoon Media – Tuesday 10 December 2019
Final steps for racing industry reform
Proposal to grant authorisation for mortgage broking disciplinary rules
Protecting religious freedom remains high priority for Government
Commissioner questions Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention funding cuts
Review of Parliamentary Budget Office
Statement on WADA Russia Decision
International Anti-Corruption Day working with Guatemala to improve public infrastructure
U.S. Air Force Surgeon General updates Congress on medical reform
Joint Forces Command to Strategic Command, journey
Tax Law researchers are authoring a report for World Economic Forum
Action against TasPorts for alleged misuse of market power
Marshall Liberal Government’s first Budget back in black – posting $289m surplus, after years of Labor deficits
Parliamentary Joint Committee Inquiry into Regulation of Auditing
More Taxes To Support Inefficient, Inequitable, Private Health Insurance Industry
Lowest private health insurance premium change in 19 years
Teacher reforms delivering improvements
SA abortion laws outdated: Politicians urged to accept SA Law Reform Institute recommendations
IPART welcomes new Tribunal Member
Decriminalisation not deregulation for SA abortion laws
National Farmers Federation says department merger ‘pragmatic’
Cutting red tape for families
Charter is big news for small business
Education & Skills Amalgam In Departmental Reorganisation Welcomed
ABA calls for public views on credit card use in gambling
Wholesale demand response delayed, better outcomes for consumers necessary
Hand-in-Hand Initiative creates a new business model for partners to work together to end poverty
Value for money – time to rethink private health insurance
Police Commissioner joins Cairns Police for community get together
Greater transparency for Major Projects
Greater protections for class action members in High Court ruling
National accounts a call to action
Expanding Suicide Prevention Support For Geelong Patients
Banning insurance cold calls welcome, but further restrictions required
ASIC to ban unfair cold call sales of direct life insurance and CCI
South Australians Overwhelmingly Reject Allowing Poker Machines to Accept Notes
Canadian Transportation Agency launches consultation on Phase II of its Accessible Transportation