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August 2018

15/08/2018

New Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency CEO

The Australian Government has today announced the appointment of Ms Justine Ross as Chief Executive Officer of the Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency.

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The Australian Government has today announced the appointment of Ms Justine Ross as Chief Executive Officer of the Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency.
13/08/2018

Building Ministers work towards a better, safer future

Australia’s Building Ministers have agreed to develop an implementation plan for reforms aimed at ensuring the safety of the building and construction sector.

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Australia’s Building Ministers have agreed to develop an implementation plan for reforms aimed at ensuring the safety of the building and construction sector.
11/08/2018

Shorten must ensure Husar’s staff are now put first

Workplace Minister Craig Laundy has called on Bill Shorten to ensure staff at the centre of bullying allegations in the office of the Member for Lindsay now have access to appropriate assistance.

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Workplace Minister Craig Laundy has called on Bill Shorten to ensure staff at the centre of bullying allegations in the office of the Member for Lindsay now have access to appropriate assistance.
02/08/2018

REAPING THE BENEFITS OF THE NEW INTERNET

Melbourne-based company YBF Ventures will use a $500,000 Australian Government grant to expand its innovation hub in support of Australian start-ups developing Web 3.0 technology.

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Melbourne-based company YBF Ventures will use a $500,000 Australian Government grant to expand its innovation hub in support of Australian start-ups developing Web 3.0 technology.
01/08/2018

Government welcomes first day of family and domestic violence leave

The Turnbull Government has today welcomed the first day of family and domestic violence leave for up to 2.3 million workers, while committing to extend the entitlement to a further six million workers.

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The Turnbull Government has today welcomed the first day of family and domestic violence leave for up to 2.3 million workers, while committing to extend the entitlement to a further six million workers.