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Bowel cancer not a dirty word

Australians most at risk of bowel cancer will have access to more frequent screening 14 years ahead of schedule, with…

International recognition for Australian health centres

Four Australian health centres have been recognised as being among the best in the world for improving patient care through…

Legal help for veterans no matter where they served

Current and former members of the defence forces injured during their service can get free legal advice from Legal Aid…

ANZAC Commemorates 100 Years

FAIR DINKUM by LOLITA FARMER,OAM, Lawyer, NSW Migration Agent 9686553   ANZAC which stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps marks its 100…

Health Minister consults in NSW on protecting Medicare long-term

The value of Medicare claims in New South Wales has more-than-doubled in the past decade to over $6 billion per…

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Expressions of interest are being invited from organisations to operate…
Minister for Local Government Paul Toole today announced the opening…

LIFE SENTENCES FOR CHILD SEX OFFENDERS

People who commit the crime of sexual intercourse with a child under 10 will be facing life behind bars as…

Healthy smiles for the new school year

This year, the Australian Government is helping children sink their teeth into the new school year.   Department of Human…

NSW WELCOMES CRACKDOWN ON VET FEE-HELP

Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli today welcomed the Federal Government’s crackdown on unscrupulous marketers locking unsuspecting students into VET FEE-HELP…

Teacher education review calls for critical reform

Minister for Education and Training the Hon Christopher Pyne MP has recently released the Teacher Education Ministerial Advisory Group report…

“Call for Papers for the 2015 National Indigenous Conferences”

Inspired by the hugely successful staging of last year’s Indigenous Conferences in Cairns, the event organizers are now calling for…

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