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Canberra Times
The future employment prospects for younger workers is much better than we thinkplausible reasons why things could get better for workers, not worse. And when
The future employment prospects for younger workers is much better than we think
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
plausible reasons why things could get better for workers, not worse. And when the ANZ Bank's chief economist unit and the Australian Institute for Business and Economics, at the University of Queensland, peered into the future and ran their best... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The future employment prospects for younger workers is much better than we thinkplausible reasons why things could get better for workers, not worse. And when
The future employment prospects for younger workers is much better than we think
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 hours ago
plausible reasons why things could get better for workers, not worse. And when the ANZ Bank's chief economist unit and the Australian Institute for Business and Economics, at the University of Queensland, peered into the future and ran their best... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The future employment prospects for younger workers is much better than we thinkplausible reasons why things could get better for workers, not worse. And when
The future employment prospects for younger workers is much better than we think
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
plausible reasons why things could get better for workers, not worse. And when the ANZ Bank's chief economist unit and the Australian Institute for Business and Economics, at the University of Queensland, peered into the future and ran their best... Read more
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WA Today
The future employment prospects for younger workers is much better than we thinkplausible reasons why things could get better for workers, not worse. And when
The future employment prospects for younger workers is much better than we think
WA Today / Posted 2 hours ago
plausible reasons why things could get better for workers, not worse. And when the ANZ Bank's chief economist unit and the Australian Institute for Business and Economics, at the University of Queensland, peered into the future and ran their best... Read more
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The Age
The future employment prospects for younger workers is much better than we thinkplausible reasons why things could get better for workers, not worse. And when
The future employment prospects for younger workers is much better than we think
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
plausible reasons why things could get better for workers, not worse. And when the ANZ Bank's chief economist unit and the Australian Institute for Business and Economics, at the University of Queensland, peered into the future and ran their best... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Aussie boxing’s man of steel in for one last crackjust jog there with the steelcaps (boots) on, I’ve done that plenty of times.”
Aussie boxing’s man of steel in for one last crack
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 hours ago
just jog there with the steelcaps (boots) on, I’ve done that plenty of times.” His real training is done in camp at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra or when he’s overseas including the Philippines where he prepared for the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Young radiographer awarded for effortsand paediatrics. Mr Willis was recently awarded the Varian award for achieveme
Young radiographer awarded for efforts
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 hours ago
and paediatrics. Mr Willis was recently awarded the Varian award for achievement for radiation therapists from the Australian Institute of Radiographers (AIR), which he rates as being the “hall of fame” in his field. With about 20 years... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Could it be a ‘smart’ city needs smart leadership?see news reports which say “We are here, but where are you?” Why does the Digi
Could it be a ‘smart’ city needs smart leadership?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 hours ago
see news reports which say “We are here, but where are you?” Why does the Digital Futures Report commissioned by Regional Australian Institute rank Armidale as 110/563 Local Government Areas in Australia for measures of technology readiness? Why,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Aussie boxing’s man of steel in for one last crackjust jog there with the steelcaps (boots) on, I’ve done that plenty of times.”
Aussie boxing’s man of steel in for one last crack
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 hours ago
just jog there with the steelcaps (boots) on, I’ve done that plenty of times.” His real training is done in camp at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra or when he’s overseas including the Philippines where he prepared for the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aussie boxing’s man of steel in for one last crackjust jog there with the steelcaps (boots) on, I’ve done that plenty of times.”
Aussie boxing’s man of steel in for one last crack
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
just jog there with the steelcaps (boots) on, I’ve done that plenty of times.” His real training is done in camp at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra or when he’s overseas including the Philippines where he prepared for the... Read more
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The Courier
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
The Courier / Posted 10 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
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11h
The Young Witness
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
The Young Witness / Posted 11 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Federal government shakes up vocational education. Helen Fielding (Left) was recruited by AIPE. Photo: Marina Neil Fairfax Med
Federal government shakes up vocational education
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
. Helen Fielding (Left) was recruited by AIPE. Photo: Marina Neil Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
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Western Advocate
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
Western Advocate / Posted 11 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
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11h
Kiama Independent
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
Kiama Independent / Posted 11 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
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11h
Daily Liberal
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
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11h
The Age
Federal government shakes up vocational education. Helen Fielding (Left) was recruited by AIPE. Photo: Marina Neil Fairfax Med
Federal government shakes up vocational education
The Age / Posted 11 hours ago
. Helen Fielding (Left) was recruited by AIPE. Photo: Marina Neil Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
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The Border Mail
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
The Border Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
19 related stories
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The Border Mail
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
The Border Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
19 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
19 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme is completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
19 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
19 related stories
12h
The Young Witness
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
The Young Witness / Posted 12 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
19 related stories
12h
Western Advocate
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
Western Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
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Manning River Times
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
Manning River Times / Posted 12 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 12 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
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The North West Star
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
The North West Star / Posted 12 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
19 related stories
12h
Daily Liberal
Federal government shakes up vocational education"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax
Federal government shakes up vocational education
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 hours ago
"The uncontrolled growth of the scheme was completely unsustainable" . Fairfax Media has revealed that one Sydney college, Australian Institute of Professional Education, was paid up to $1 million per graduate last year. It allegedly recruited... Read more
19 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
Reject James Packer's casino tower: City of SydneyModification 8, public open space is relegated to an inner city pocket park."
Reject James Packer's casino tower: City of Sydney
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 22 hours ago
Modification 8, public open space is relegated to an inner city pocket park." Shaun Carter, the NSW president of the Australian Institute of Architects, criticised the Department of Planning for failing to heed the key recommendations of an... Read more
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The Border Mail
Reject James Packer's casino tower: City of SydneyModification 8, public open space is relegated to an inner city pocket park."
Reject James Packer's casino tower: City of Sydney
The Border Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
Modification 8, public open space is relegated to an inner city pocket park." Shaun Carter, the NSW president of the Australian Institute of Architects, criticised the Department of Planning for failing to heed the key recommendations of an... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Executive Success: Taking diversity to the next levelAre Better Than One? How Diverse Teams Create Breakthrough Ideas and Make Smart
Executive Success: Taking diversity to the next level
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
Are Better Than One? How Diverse Teams Create Breakthrough Ideas and Make Smarter Decisions, published this year by the Australian Institute of Company Directors. As the book heads into its second printing, Bourke talks of the "Noah's Ark"... Read more
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Marie Claire
5 fitness hacks for summerrecently found that drinking coffee in this way an hour before exercise increas
5 fitness hacks for summer
Marie Claire / Posted yesterday
recently found that drinking coffee in this way an hour before exercise increases endurance, while another study from The Australian Institute of Sport revealed that caffeine before a workout triggers the muscles to start using fat as an energy... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdleof the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartm
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdle
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
of the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartments, be an icon?" he said. But it was the Australian Institute of Architects NSW president Shaun Carter whose plea to the PAC brought the room to absolute... Read more
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The Young Witness
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdleof the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartm
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdle
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
of the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartments, be an icon?" he said. But it was the Australian Institute of Architects NSW president Shaun Carter whose plea to the PAC brought the room to absolute... Read more
6 related stories
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Western Advocate
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdleof the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartm
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdle
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
of the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartments, be an icon?" he said. But it was the Australian Institute of Architects NSW president Shaun Carter whose plea to the PAC brought the room to absolute... Read more
6 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdleof the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartm
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdle
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
of the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartments, be an icon?" he said. But it was the Australian Institute of Architects NSW president Shaun Carter whose plea to the PAC brought the room to absolute... Read more
6 related stories
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The Border Mail
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdleof the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartm
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdle
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
of the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartments, be an icon?" he said. But it was the Australian Institute of Architects NSW president Shaun Carter whose plea to the PAC brought the room to absolute... Read more
6 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdleof the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartm
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdle
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
of the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartments, be an icon?" he said. But it was the Australian Institute of Architects NSW president Shaun Carter whose plea to the PAC brought the room to absolute... Read more
6 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdleof the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartm
Architects of Sydney defend public interest as Barangaroo casino faces final hurdle
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
of the word "iconic". "How can a building, housing a gambling venue and apartments, be an icon?" he said. But it was the Australian Institute of Architects NSW president Shaun Carter whose plea to the PAC brought the room to absolute... Read more
6 related stories
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The Border Mail
Reject James Packer's casino tower: City of SydneyModification 8, public open space is relegated to an inner city pocket park."
Reject James Packer's casino tower: City of Sydney
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Modification 8, public open space is relegated to an inner city pocket park." Shaun Carter, the NSW president of the Australian Institute of Architects, criticised the Department of Planning for failing to heed the key recommendations of an... Read more
9 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Reject James Packer's casino tower: City of SydneyModification 8, public open space is relegated to an inner city pocket park."
Reject James Packer's casino tower: City of Sydney
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
Modification 8, public open space is relegated to an inner city pocket park." Shaun Carter, the NSW president of the Australian Institute of Architects, criticised the Department of Planning for failing to heed the key recommendations of an... Read more
9 related stories
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Brisbane Times
'Coal is going down': Greens would tax coal, ban new mines in bid to save Great Barrier Reefthat give them tax-free fuel, the Greens would increase funding for the Great B
'Coal is going down': Greens would tax coal, ban new mines in bid to save Great Barrier Reef
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
that give them tax-free fuel, the Greens would increase funding for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority and the Australian Institute for Marine Science. The party would also boost support for water quality to cut pollution reaching the... Read more
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Perth Now
Australia has ‘more guns than ever’there might as well say they know how many bags of ice there are,” said Prof Al
Australia has ‘more guns than ever’
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
there might as well say they know how many bags of ice there are,” said Prof Alpers. “The Australian Crime Commission and Australian Institute of Criminology did a big study a few years ago. The best estimate is 250,000 illicit long guns [rifles... Read more
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WA Today
'Coal is going down': Greens would tax coal, ban new mines in bid to save Great Barrier Reefthat give them tax-free fuel, the Greens would increase funding for the Great B
'Coal is going down': Greens would tax coal, ban new mines in bid to save Great Barrier Reef
WA Today / Posted yesterday
that give them tax-free fuel, the Greens would increase funding for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority and the Australian Institute for Marine Science. The party would also boost support for water quality to cut pollution reaching the... Read more
3 related stories
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The Age
'Coal is going down': Greens would tax coal, ban new mines in bid to save Great Barrier Reefthat give them tax-free fuel, the Greens would increase funding for the Great B
'Coal is going down': Greens would tax coal, ban new mines in bid to save Great Barrier Reef
The Age / Posted yesterday
that give them tax-free fuel, the Greens would increase funding for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority and the Australian Institute for Marine Science. The party would also boost support for water quality to cut pollution reaching the... Read more
3 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Coal is going down': Greens would tax coal, ban new mines in bid to save Great Barrier Reefthat give them tax-free fuel, the Greens would increase funding for the Great B
'Coal is going down': Greens would tax coal, ban new mines in bid to save Great Barrier Reef
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
that give them tax-free fuel, the Greens would increase funding for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority and the Australian Institute for Marine Science. The party would also boost support for water quality to cut pollution reaching the... Read more
3 related stories
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Adelaide Now
Australia has ‘more guns than ever’there might as well say they know how many bags of ice there are,” said Prof Al
Australia has ‘more guns than ever’
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
there might as well say they know how many bags of ice there are,” said Prof Alpers. “The Australian Crime Commission and Australian Institute of Criminology did a big study a few years ago. The best estimate is 250,000 illicit long guns [rifles... Read more
18 related stories
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News.com.au
‘Too dangerous a challenge to ignore’is a wide consensus that our 1996 reforms not only reduced the gun-related homi
‘Too dangerous a challenge to ignore’
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
is a wide consensus that our 1996 reforms not only reduced the gun-related homicide rate, but also the suicide rate. The Australian Institute of Criminology found that gun-related murders and suicides fell sharply after 1996. Former prime... Read more
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