Archive for October 26th, 2014

Abbott government rips up the rulebook for the ATO’s new building – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

Abbott government rips up the rulebook for the ATO’s new building
Sydney Morning Herald
The Abbott government will ignore Commonwealth value-for-money rules on official real estate as it forces the Australian Taxation Office to spend millions on new offices in regional NSW. The ATO has confirmed there has been no business case or …

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Sunday, October 26th, 2014

Vic govt to tighten debt collector laws – Herald Sun

Vic govt to tighten debt collector lawsHerald SunCriminals, thugs and dodgy operators will be banned from being debt collectors in Victoria if the state Coalition is re-elected in November. Under the proposals, people with convictions for serious crime…

Sunday, October 26th, 2014

We’re living in a First World bubble – Brisbane Times


Brisbane Times

We’re living in a First World bubble
Brisbane Times
A common criticism of our political leaders is they’re “out of touch” with the general public yet, if you examine the preoccupations of average Australians, they suggest we’re the blinkered ones. As forces both destructive and constructive, powerful almost …

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Sunday, October 26th, 2014

ALP makes tech school vow – but none planned for south-west – Warrnambool Standard


SBS

ALP makes tech school vow – but none planned for south-west
Warrnambool Standard
A PLAN by the state opposition to revive the technical school system will not include south-west Victoria in its first batch of new colleges. Twelve technical schools would be built across Victoria if Labor is elected at next month’s state election, four of which will …
Labor’s education pitch has worthy pointsBrisbane Times
Education the key in bid for votesHerald Sun
Australian Re-Election Campaign Woos Voters, Promises 3D Printing Programs 3DPrint.com
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Sunday, October 26th, 2014

TAFE teachers to fight for pay rise – Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning HeraldTAFE teachers to fight for pay riseSydney Morning HeraldTAFE teachers are fighting for a new pay deal amid union claims they have worked for two years without a pay rise. The push for a salary increase could create another politica…

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