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Live Safety news and developments with the latest updates. Check out current Safety news stories and find out what happened, what is going on with Safety. Recent news updates about Safety
DOC facilities close – “take time in nature but stay close to home”
An urgent message from our CEO
NRL season suspended: Greenberg, V’landys statements
FFA to postpone remaining matches in Hyundai A-League season due to COVID-19
Buying or selling a property: What you need to know
COVID-19 – Update from Council 23 March
Police investigate railway station assault and theft
Boeing to Temporarily Suspend Puget Sound Production Operations in Response to Escalating COVID-19 Pandemic
Coal Authority to coordinate tip safety work in Wales
No evidence to support intravenous high-dose vitamin C in management of COVID-19
2020 Legislative Elections to safely proceed
Continuing to serve our customers
Australian War Memorial to close indefinitely
Public pools in Rockhampton Region to close from today
Random breath tests continue after suspension of static breath testing sites
Adjustments to ADF posture in Middle East due to COVID-19
Changes to Council services in response to COVID-19
Minister for Defence – Adjustments to ADF posture in Middle East due to COVID-19
Farm worker dies in silo collapse
Toowoomba Region Libraries E-Services still online
Morrison Govt must protect Centrelink staff
NBN milestone: access for 11 million homes and businesses
COVID-19: Schools and non-essential services must close now
Lyneham High School will be closed tomorrow
Shoalhaven City Council closes a number of non-essential services
Coronavirus advice No. 3 – Libraries, Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre and Tank 4 closed
Increased measures supported by National
Spirit of 1770 company fined for reckless operation
Changes to Council Services
Paramedics at Forefront of COVID-19 Pandemic
Chant West’s response to COVID-19
Government sets out plans to enforce closure of businesses and other venues
Level crossing campaign comes to Upper Hunter – #TrainToStop
Confidential complaints increase reflects change in safety culture
Macedon fundraiser raises more than $25000
Jobseeker increase welcomed but untenable to drop people back to old rate in
Keesler AFB ensures cyber training continues online
Australia Post remains fully operational
Cultural and Creative Sector and COVID-19
Further economic stimulus measures welcomed and further steps to be taken
Police charge three after Highway Patrol car damaged in mass gathering at Blacktown
DOC to cancel bookings and temporarily close visitor centres
COVID 19 – stimulus and safety net measures
Trucking industry welcomes economic package
NSW Police commends community for action in response to COVID-19, urges vigilance
St. Jude COVID-19 Update for March 21, 2020
MIT community encouraged to respond to request for personal protective equipment
Man rescued after fall on Harbour Bridge