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Fewer victims of crime during 2018
Supporting Northern Victoria’s Farmers
Significant milestone as site selected for new Capel Police Station
Governing from the Sunshine Coast rescheduled
Furthering Treaty With Support For Aboriginal Groups
New talent sweeps seniors off their feet at NSW Seniors Festival
NSW Regional Rail Fleet Decision ‘Absurd’
More Trains And Better Services On The Shepparton Line
More benefits extended to more NSW seniors
Government to end tenure review
Up close and personal with Australia’s own sweetheart
Financial assistance extended to flood-affected rural areas of Winton shire
Liberal Government gives thousands of South Australians cost of living relief
Phonics screening check results provide critical insights
Infrastructure Australia’s priority list recognises WA projects
ATO committed to mental health support for small business
Global women’s golfing stars arrive in Adelaide
New Footscray Hospital Project Gets Underway
Wind Turbines Bring Manufacturing Jobs To Geelong
Halving rough sleeping will need investment in social housing and an all of government approach to good growth
Free TAFE Starts At Chisholm Wonthaggi
Review of the Defence Trade Controls Act 2012
Valentine’s Day weddings high above the city
Perth rail passengers remain most satisfied for sixth year in a row
Disaster assistance extended to Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire Council
Palaszczuk Government establishes Personalised Transport Ombudsman
‘Revenge porn’ now a criminal offence
Reappointment of NBN non-executive director
Nominations Open For 65th Victorian Training Awards
Cranes ready for heavy lifting at Underwood Road
Kunanyi/Mount Wellington cable car
Joint effort on organised crime in the Pacific
Training Assistance Fund established to support racing participants
New Technology To Target Dangerous Drivers In Bendigo
Commitment of Australian Health Reform Commission welcomed by GPs
No-shows at outpatient appointments strike a costly blow to public health
Women’s voices to build a stronger WA together
Police And Emergency Services Go Head To Head
Police Discipline Bill builds on Fitzgerald legacy
Wages rising faster than house price rises
Sunset to rise again as new cultural precinct
Works for Queensland supports 13,000 jobs, with extra $200 million up for grabs
Minister acknowledges iwi support following Nelson fires
Opposition promises health reform commission
Grants open to boost tourism in the Outback
New Advocate For Victoria’s Defence Industry
Getting Rid Of Toorak Road Level Crossing
Nominations Open For Manufacturing Hall Of Fame