The Sydney Morning Herald, 29 July 2016:A well-connected young Liberal has set up companies that sell diploma courses and harvest job seekers' data for the scandal-plagued taxpayer-funded vocational education sector.The Melbourne Grammar graduate, Jake Foster, previously owned a business which was accused of targeting vulnerable students
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Less than a year after being sworn in as Australian Minister for Resources, Energy and Northern Australia, former Deutsche Bank director and current Liberal MP for Kooyong Josh Mr.
Echo NetDaily, 28 July 2016:Surfers and swimmers are being urged to be extra vigilant following numerous shark detections along north coast beaches this week.The listening station at Evans Head buoy, off Main Beach, has pinged 15 times since Sunday, with alerts associated with tagged great whites. Sharks have also been detected at Sharpes Beach near Ballina, where two surfers were knocked off their boards this week, C
Fair Work OmbudsmanTrolley collection services procurement by Woolworths Limited, media release date June 2016: In June 2014 we commenced an Inquiry into Woolworths’ procurement of trolley collection services.For nearly a decade before this, we'd been investigating allegations of serious non-compliance with workplace laws involvi
Australian Infrastructure Developments Pty Ltd and its shadowy backers face more than a Lower Clarence community determined to fight its scheme to industrialise Port of Yamba situated in the high environmental value Clarence River estuary.
GOPLifer, 22 July 2016:Resignation letterChairman Cuzzone:We come together in political parties to magnify our influence. An organized representative institution can give weight to our will in ways we could not accomplish on our own. Working with others gives us power, but at the cost of constant, calculated compromise. No two people will agree on everything.
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists:Australia is a giant in African mining, but its vast, sometimes deadly footprint has never been examined – until now….Number of Australian-listed mining companies active in Africa:more than 150* Market capitalization:about $133 billion*One of the earliest recorded mentions of an Australian mine worker in Africa:1902Number of countries in Africa where Australian mining companies are active:33*Number o