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B&T
Instagram Brings #KindComments Down Under As Part Of 2018 Midsumma Festivalfaces within the LGBTQI+ community who have long championed inclusiveness. The
B&T / Posted 5 days ago
faces within the LGBTQI+ community who have long championed inclusiveness. Theese include independent member for Sydney in NSW parliament Alex Greenwich, 2017 Young Australian of the Year for Victoria and AFL player Jason Ball, Melbourne crochet... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
‘We’re hitting brick walls’: mother targets bullying in wake of suicidemother Melinda Graham and stepfather Dave Graham are now leading efforts to see
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
mother Melinda Graham and stepfather Dave Graham are now leading efforts to see anti-bullying legislation debated in the NSW Parliament. They have collected 7000 of the required 10,000 signatures and raised almost $10,000 to create the Bobdan... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Brave shave to stop teenage bullyingDave Graham have been working towards creating an anti-bullying foundation and
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
Dave Graham have been working towards creating an anti-bullying foundation and having anti-bullying legislation debated in NSW Parliament. They feel vulnerable teens are being let down by the health system, educators and politicians and the head... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Jock follows passion for farming to rural achiever awardswith RAS Councilors and the Agricultural Societies Council of NSW representativ
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 17 days ago
with RAS Councilors and the Agricultural Societies Council of NSW representatives and visits to Government House and the NSW Parliament. One Rural Achiever will also be selected to represent NSW at the 2018 National Rural Ambassador Awards. The... Read more
18d
Illawarra Mercury
Unvaccinated children banned from enrolling in childcarewith the state government closing the "conscientious objector" loophole in NSW'
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
with the state government closing the "conscientious objector" loophole in NSW's 'no jab no play' rules. In September, the NSW parliament passed a Bill to amend the Public Health Act to introduce stronger requirements for families enrolling... Read more
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19d
Western Advocate
Law change to keep unvaccinated children from enrolling in childcareThe NSW Parliament has passed a Bill to amend the Public Health Act to strength
Western Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
The NSW Parliament has passed a Bill to amend the Public Health Act to strengthen vaccination enrolment requirements in childcare. The changes come into effect on Monday and include: The vast majority of the state’s children will be unaffected by... Read more
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19d
Geelong Advertiser
Why 2017 marked a watershed for LGBTI peoplevulnerable, and celebrate continually working to make our nation a fairer and m
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 19 days ago
vulnerable, and celebrate continually working to make our nation a fairer and more equal place for all. Alex Greenwich was the Co-chair of the successful YES marriage equality campaign and is the Independent Member for Sydney in the NSW Parlia... Read more
23d
Canberra Times
Personal information held by NSW government exposed to cyber crime risk government's capacity to prevent, detect and respond to cyber threats". The fi
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
government's capacity to prevent, detect and respond to cyber threats". The findings follow a report in February to the NSW Parliament by then acting NSW Privacy Commissioner Elizabeth Coombs. In it, Dr Coombs noted: "Misuses of personal... Read more
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23d
Canberra Times
What young people say about violencewhy we have established a campaign to raise awareness and end violence against
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
why we have established a campaign to raise awareness and end violence against children. It launched this month at NSW Parliament House, and we are encouraging everyone to sign a pledge committing to address the issue. It is a small but... Read more
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The Age
What young people say about violencewhy we have established a campaign to raise awareness and end violence against
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
why we have established a campaign to raise awareness and end violence against children. It launched this month at NSW Parliament House, and we are encouraging everyone to sign a pledge committing to address the issue. It is a small but... Read more
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24d
The Age
Personal information held by NSW government exposed to cyber crime risk government's capacity to prevent, detect and respond to cyber threats". The fi
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
government's capacity to prevent, detect and respond to cyber threats". The findings follow a report in February to the NSW Parliament by then acting NSW Privacy Commissioner Elizabeth Coombs. In it, Dr Coombs noted: "Misuses of personal... Read more
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24d
Sydney Morning Herald
Personal information held by NSW government exposed to cyber crime risk government's capacity to prevent, detect and respond to cyber threats". The fi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
government's capacity to prevent, detect and respond to cyber threats". The findings follow a report in February to the NSW Parliament by then acting NSW Privacy Commissioner Elizabeth Coombs. In it, Dr Coombs noted: "Misuses of personal... Read more
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24d
Sydney Morning Herald
What young people say about violencewhy we have established a campaign to raise awareness and end violence against
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
why we have established a campaign to raise awareness and end violence against children. It launched this month at NSW Parliament House, and we are encouraging everyone to sign a pledge committing to address the issue. It is a small but... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Union backlash as Boxing Day trade laws pass ParliamentMcLean Wollongong stores will be allowed to open their doors on Boxing Day aft
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 25 days ago
McLean Wollongong stores will be allowed to open their doors on Boxing Day after changes to retail trading laws passed the NSW Parliament’s upper house on Wednesday night. The move has pleased the Illawarra Business Chamber (IBC), which says the... Read more
26d
Canberra Times
Failure-to-vote fines earn NSW government millions of dollarsprograms and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confus
Canberra Times / Posted 26 days ago
programs and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confusion," he said. Mr Baird conceded in the NSW Parliament in 2016 that council mergers had led to voter confusion: "There is some uncertainty because there are... Read more
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26d
Northern Daily Leader
Failure-to-vote fines earn NSW government millions of dollarsprograms and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confus
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 26 days ago
programs and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confusion," he said. Mr Baird conceded in the NSW Parliament in 2016 that council mergers had led to voter confusion: "There is some uncertainty because there are... Read more
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26d
Western Advocate
Failure-to-vote fines earn NSW government millions of dollarsprograms and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confus
Western Advocate / Posted 26 days ago
programs and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confusion," he said. Mr Baird conceded in the NSW Parliament in 2016 that council mergers had led to voter confusion: "There is some uncertainty because there are... Read more
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26d
Daily Liberal
Failure-to-vote fines earn NSW government millions of dollarsprograms and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confus
Daily Liberal / Posted 26 days ago
programs and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confusion," he said. Mr Baird conceded in the NSW Parliament in 2016 that council mergers had led to voter confusion: "There is some uncertainty because there are... Read more
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26d
The Border Mail
Failure-vote fines earn NSW government millions of dollarsprograms and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confus
The Border Mail / Posted 26 days ago
programs and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confusion," he said. Mr Baird conceded in the NSW Parliament in 2016 that council mergers had led to voter confusion: "There is some uncertainty because there are... Read more
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26d
Illawarra Mercury
Failure-vote fines earn NSW government millions of dollarsprograms and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confus
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 26 days ago
programs and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confusion," he said. Mr Baird conceded in the NSW Parliament in 2016 that council mergers had led to voter confusion: "There is some uncertainty because there are... Read more
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26d
The Age
Failure-to-vote fines earn NSW government millions of dollarsprograms and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confus
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
programs and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confusion," he said. Mr Baird conceded in the NSW Parliament in 2016 that council mergers had led to voter confusion: "There is some uncertainty because there are... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Failure-to-vote fines earn NSW government millions of dollarsprograms and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confus
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 26 days ago
programs and leniency for those who did not vote as a consequence of the confusion," he said. Mr Baird conceded in the NSW Parliament in 2016 that council mergers had led to voter confusion: "There is some uncertainty because there are... Read more
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