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Associate Professor Amokura Kawharu Appointed Law Commission President
Book examines dangers of reading for young men in late 19th-century France
Naming employers who fail to pay minimum wage to be resumed under revamped rules
Dowie won’t contest Invercargill in 2020
Message to Congress on 2021 Alternative Plan for Pay Adjustments
Fake Centromeres Make-and Break-a Chromosome
Supporting Tasmanian businesses to get job done
Racing Safety Development Fund open for applications
Government moves to introduce Bill for safe access zones in Western Australia
Delivering Cheaper Energy Bills For Victorians
In Memoriam: UConn’s 10th President, John DiBiaggio
HMRC announces change to off-payroll working rules
Bovine embryo completely regenerates placenta-forming cells
Government gives stakeholders more time to implement new Planning and …
Government continues significant procurement reform to boost jobs,…
Government Guts Commercial Fishos through Reform
Private health care industry calls out ‘inflammatory’ and ‘dangerous’ comments
Canada announces judicial appointment in province of New Brunswick
Canada announces judicial appointment in province of Manitoba
UK’s Creative Industries contributes almost £13 million to UK economy every hour
Taking action on Banking, Superannuation & Financial Services Royal Commission – passing legislation
CMA secures £900,000 in refunds for Nationwide customers
Breathing Space to help millions in debt
Voting Begins On New Fire Rescue Victoria Badge
ASQA Reform Bill Doesn’t Address Sector’s Trust Deficit With Regulator
New Chair for State Parole Authority
Quality counts in Darwin CBD office market
Consultation response regarding Early Years reforms
Government launches public consultation on pre-charge bail
Greens double down on pokies stance despite dodgy donation to Victorian Labor
Review of Operations of Parliamentary Budget Office Public Hearing
New era for tradies with Project Trust Account roll-out
AFCA responds to compensation scheme of last resort consultation
Rail access reforms full steam ahead
ATA stands up for industry in funding stoush
Nadine Dorries’ statement on Paterson Inquiry report
Urban History Planning 2020
New expert group to boost UK innovation
Education and Skills Funding Agency calls for views on subcontracting
Concerns about growing NSW prison population
Trucking industry: we pay 93% of NHVR’s costs
Co-operatives reform aims to cut red tape, boost regional economies
Statement by QRC Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane, Industrial Manslaughter
New Legislation To Increase Manslaughter Sentences
CDEI calls for overhaul of social media regulation
Superannuation must increase to 15% and women need a better deal
Liberals silent on $2.6 million of donations
Changes to aged and disability services