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Reform needed to fix failings of workers’ comp schemes
Law Society welcomes agreement on reform of national defamation laws
Dr Harry Nespolon’s passing a loss for all
Nation agrees to NSW-led defamation revolution
Closing gap
Video-witnessed wills to be made legal during coronavirus pandemic
Greens call on Attorney-General to support raising age
Statement from White House Press Secretary on Unmanned Aerial Systems Exports
Treasurer’s IR reform comments are heartening
Superannuation’s $3 trillion COVID cost
Nationally consistent power of attorney laws key to mitigating elder abuse
New self-defence laws for SA
New Public Service Act means better services and better working lives
AMA says thanks to John Flannery
Bold reform is answer to Budget deficit
Parliament passes Bill to reform public service
Jobs are key to our recovery
Priti Patel to give public greater say over policing through PCC review
Urgent call to harmonise powers of attorney
ASIC will not appeal Federal Court decision on Westpac’s ‘responsible lending’ obligations
Monitoring compliance with Australia’s largest water reform – 2020/21 priorities set
Priti Patel takes action to implement Windrush recommendations
Windrush Lessons Learned Review update
NHS doctors and dentists to receive 2.8% pay rise
Ensuring continued success of organic exports
New Deputy Commissioner appointments
A missed opportunity to restore Portsea Beach
Roper Center collection remembers, amplifies Black voices
Report reaffirms farmers’ EPBC Act frustrations & supports calls for reform
Govt sets aside remaining $14bn in COVID Fund
Tax shake up needed for a more equitable Australia
Explained Draft Building Safety Bill
U.S. President Trump’s Historic Deregulatory Actions Are Creating Greater Opportunity and Prosperity for
In a first, astronomers watch a black hole’s corona disappear, then reappear
Board Update 15 July 2020
Reforms for a world class planning system
Landmark Report Into On-Demand Workforce
Jordan: COVID-19 Pandemic Weighs Heavily on Economy, as it does on Region
Ofqual support for reform of Higher Technical Qualifications
New Appointments To Support Victims Of Crime
Shop trading to return to pre-COVID-19 hours
Pakenham welcomes its first Captain in six years
Marshall Government’s new plan to drive down council rates and costs
Theft law needs reform to reduce risk of judgements which lack “common sense”, new study warns
New book by Manchester researchers provides analysis of male-male murder
Labor’s bid to clean up political donations
Hard fought-for Health Stars reform hangs in balance in another David and Goliath battle
New Home Care packages a welcome but small step forward but delay