The Victorian Government has released a new framework for managing the State’s groundwater resources.

 

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The Victorian auditor General has handed down the final approval of the 2011-12 Annual Financial Report (AFR), confirming the $571 net operating result.

 

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The Tasmanian Government has announced the formation of an expert clinical group that will be responsible for driving reform and positive change in the State’s health system.

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The Tasmanian Government has tabled part two of its Review of the Climate Change (State Action) Act 2008, concluding that the State is on target to meet its emissions reduction target.

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The Tasmanian Government has welcomed the development of a Smart Grid for the State, with State Minister for Climate Change, Cassy O’Conner, saying it will assist in the delivery of an efficient, effective and clean way in delivering electricity using the latest information technologies available.

 

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The Federal Government has tabled its formal response to the Final Report of the Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry before the Parliament.

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The South Australian Government has announced applications are now open for the Premiers Research and Industry Fund.

 

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The Queensland Government has released aerial surveys recently completed in the Thompson and Galilee areas of southern and central Queensland.

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Ballarat has been recognised as one of the world’s smartest communities for a second time by the Intelligent Community Forum (ICF).

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The New South Wales Government has launched a new website for the Hunter community to have their say on the development of the Lower Hunter Water Plan.

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The South Australian Local Government Association (SALGA) has released a new report into the likely impact of climate change on local government infrastructure.

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The Queensland Government has introduced legislation before State Parliament that seeks to remove the State’s waste levy.

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Hundreds of local government representatives have descended on Hobart for the start of the 2012 National Local Roads and Transport Congress, hosted by the Australian Local Government Association (ALGA).

 

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Felicity-ann Lewis has been elected as the new President of the Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) following the conclusion of its Annual General Meeting in Hobart earlier this week.

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The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has launched a new campaign to help re-unite Australians with their lost money, after the total amount of unclaimed cash had risen to a record $667 million, an increase of more than $40 million from 2011.

 

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The New South Wales Government has unveiled new powers that will enable the Minister for Local Government to suspend ‘misbehaving’ councils.

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The Queensland Government has passed what it calls ‘the biggest reform of Local Government in a generation’, saying it will fundamentally change the way Local Government do business.

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Consumer sentiment has recorded a 5.2 per cent bounce, with the Westpac Melbourne Institute of Consumer Index tracking it at 99.2 points in October to 104.3 points in November.

 

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The Federal Government’s Austrade-led mining mission to Ghana and Burkina Faso has begun earlier this week, which the Government says will give businesses a unique opportunity to explore opportunities in the region.

 

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The number of passengers moving through Australian airports will double to 279 million  within the coming two decades, according to new findings released by the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE).

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The Federal Government has released new research that reveals over 1800 Australian parents are diagnosed every week with post and antenatal depression at a cost of $433 million to the economy.

Published on: HealthCareer

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