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GPs boost skills in helping people experiencing family violence

Royal Australian College of GPs The Royal Australian College of GPs (RACGP) is encouraging Victorian GPs to boost their skills and expertise helping people experiencing...

Apartment construction in NSW collapses under tax burden

"Since the introduction of additional taxes in 2017, the number of units commencing construction in NSW has fallen by 50 per cent," stated HIA...

Silence is not an option for First Nations’ content in Australian schools

Authentic and sometimes confronting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander content is helping the next generation of Australian teachers be more socially responsible and inclusive,...

Lawyers say there is no such thing as a freak industrial accident

This year has already seen multiple major industrial incidents, both overseas and in Australia, where employees who raised safety concerns were ignored or were...

Albo manufacturing speech “time to put words into action”

Sam Ringwaldt, Conry Tech CEO: "Future is the operative word when it comes to Australian manufacturing. It's always tomorrow's problem, not today's. It's great that...

Seizing a Future Made in Australia

THE CLIMATE COUNCIL celebrates today's announcement that the Future Made In Australia Act is soon to roll off the Federal Government's policy production line. Climate...

Scientists create octopus survival guide to minimise impacts of fishing

  Octopuses have been around for hundreds of millions of years, but did you know that most only live for a few years, dying soon...

The Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal 2024

Give a new beginning in your local community - Support The Salvation Army’s 60th Red Shield Appeal Give a new beginning in your local community Support...

Research exposes alarming impact of ‘manfluencer’ culture on Australian schools

Research from Monash University has unveiled concerning insights into the resurgence of male supremacy and the advancement of toxic masculinity in Australian schools. The research...

KEEP THE FOLLOWING IN MIND WHEN CHOOSING PROFESSIONAL CONCRETERS IN NOWRA

The success of a concrete building project depends on selecting skilled and experienced concreters. You need to find concrete experts who know what they're...

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GPs boost skills in helping people experiencing family violence

Royal Australian College of GPs The Royal Australian College of GPs (RACGP) is encouraging Victorian GPs to boost their skills and expertise helping people experiencing family violence. It comes following the College re-launching its Family Violence GP Education Program, which is available to all Victorian GPs. The first sessions of...

Apartment construction in NSW collapses under tax burden

"Since the introduction of additional taxes in 2017, the number of units commencing construction in NSW has fallen by 50 per cent," stated HIA Chief Economist, Tim Reardon. "The number of apartments starting construction in NSW has fallen back to levels last seen in 2012, when the population...

Silence is not an option for First Nations’ content in Australian schools

Authentic and sometimes confronting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander content is helping the next generation of Australian teachers be more socially responsible and inclusive, say University of South Australia experts. In a UniSA study, researchers found that pushing pre-service teachers outside their comfort zones helped educate them about the injustices faced...

Lawyers say there is no such thing as a freak industrial accident

This year has already seen multiple major industrial incidents, both overseas and in Australia, where employees who raised safety concerns were ignored or were silenced. One of the most recent tragedies occurred in America, when a container ship crashed into a bridge in Baltimore. The company that chartered...

Albo manufacturing speech “time to put words into action”

Sam Ringwaldt, Conry Tech CEO: "Future is the operative word when it comes to Australian manufacturing. It's always tomorrow's problem, not today's. It's great that Albanese is talking about Australian manufacturing, but we need to start putting these words into action. The Australian Government needs to invest in...

Seizing a Future Made in Australia

THE CLIMATE COUNCIL celebrates today's announcement that the Future Made In Australia Act is soon to roll off the Federal Government's policy production line. Climate Council CEO Amanda McKenzie said: "This is exactly the sort of leadership Australia needs to tackle climate pollution, generate clean jobs, and ensure...

$12 MILLION SOCIAL ENTERPRISE COMMERCIAL LAUNDRY IN BANGALOW OPENS CREATING 60 NEW JOBS FOR DISADVANTAGED RESIDENTS AS REGION EXPERIENCES HIGHER THAN AVERAGE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

The White Box team with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese A new social enterprise commercial laundry, Beacon Laundry, created by White Box Enterprises has opened its doors in the Northern Rivers region of NSW, creating life changing employment for 60 local individuals. Located in Bangalow, 15 minutes’ drive from Byron Bay, it is a jobs-focused social enterprise designed primarily […]

Plan for Australian-made renewables will benefit people and the planet

The World Wide Fund for Nature-Australia has welcomed the Prime Minister’s vision to make Australia a world leader in renewable manufacturing and exports. Anthony Albanese unveiled plans for a Future Made in Australia Act at Queensland’s Media Club today, outlining critical incentives to develop the manufacturing and clean energy industries. “The Prime Minister’s speech today […]

Candela’s revolutionary electric flying vessels coming to the APAC region

Candela’s foiling vessels are the first electric ships and boats to combine high speed and long range – offering a path to electrify the waterways. Tired of traffic jams? Asia-Pacific’s rivers and waterways can soon turn into green highways with the first hydrofoiling electric ferry – Candela P-12. The rapid economic growth has seen a […]

Net Zero course to equip business leaders ahead of mandatory climate reporting deadline

University of Sydney and HSBC Australia launch market-first climate program to empower Australian businesses The University of Sydney, in partnership with HSBC Australia, has launched Australia’s first Net Zero sprint that will support Australian corporates as they prepare for upcoming mandatory sustainability reporting. Led by the Federal government, the climate-related financial disclosure regime will initially […]

Scientists create octopus survival guide to minimise impacts of fishing

  Octopuses have been around for hundreds of millions of years, but did you know that most only live for a few years, dying soon after mating or laying eggs? Until now that hasn't been a problem, but octopus catches have doubled in recent decades as the world strives...

Lighthouse Foundation Metropolitan Golf Day

Metropolitan Golf Club Lighthouse Foundation invite you to to bring along a team of colleagues and clients to join us for a round of golf at one of the most prestigious golf courses in Australia, while helping to realise Lighthouse’s vision of ending youth homelessness, together. Held on Monday 22 April 2024, this exciting event […]