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Port Phillip Council 2020/21 Budget sets foundation for recovery

Port Phillip Council 2020/21 Budget sets foundation for recovery

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Measures supporting hard-hit business and arts communities are among a raft of COVID-19 recovery initiatives in Port Phillip Council’s 2020/21 Budget and Council Plan. Mayor Bernadene Voss said the Budget, adopted last night, reflects the...
coles appoints editor of ‘coles&co’ digital channel

COLES APPOINTS EDITOR OF ‘COLES&CO’ DIGITAL CHANNEL

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Coles is delighted to announce leading food and wine publisher Lisa Hudson has been appointed as the editor of coles&co, the brand-new online platform designed to inspire customers with great value specials and exclusive...
audience with her royal highness the princess royal and australian second world war veteran mr les cook

Audience with Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal and Australian Second World War veteran...

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In the lead up to the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal held a video call with Second World War veteran Mr Les Cook. During...
nsw needs 1000 new firefighting workers to avoid another black summer

NSW needs 1000 new firefighting workers to avoid another Black Summer

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Any increase in hazard reduction or land clearing targets must be managed by a paid and permanent workforce says the Public Service Association, as it calls on the NSW government to end its over-reliance...
cutting the abc cuts public trust, a cost no democracy can afford

Cutting the ABC cuts public trust, a cost no democracy can afford

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Picture: Danny Casey/AAP While Australians are singing the praises of the front-line workers during the COVID-19 crisis, there is a forgotten front line that has also made personal sacrifices to help us get through the...
transport update: what you need to know as we respond to coronavirus

Transport update: what you need to know as we respond to coronavirus

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As restrictions are gradually eased, all Victorians are being asked to play their part to keep each other safe and that includes making responsible choices about using our public transport network.   When it comes to...
palais forecourt works boosted by victorian government grant

Palais Forecourt works boosted by Victorian Government grant

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The Palais Forecourt is set to become the jewel in St Kilda’s crown, as Council, together with the Victorian Government work together to transform the existing road space into a public space which will...
disability royal commission releases emergency planning and response issues paper

Disability Royal Commission releases Emergency Planning and Response Issues Paper

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The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability is seeking information about the experiences of people with disability during recent emergencies in Australia. The Emergency planning and response issues paper published today...
confirms anzac day commemorative service

Australian War Memorial confirms Anzac Day commemorative service

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A nationally broadcast commemorative service will take place at the Memorial on the morning of Anzac Day, 25 April 2020. The ABC will begin pre-service programming from 5 am, with the service broadcast live from...
queensland woman to face court on drug importation charges

Queensland woman to face court on drug importation charges

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The Australian Border Force (ABF) has summonsed a Queensland woman to appear in court next month on drug importation charges following the conclusion of a detailed investigation. The ABF will allege that the woman imported...