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2023 set to be biggest year yet for First Start
Project Strengthens Relations with PNG
Apprenticeship, traineeship, and pre-employment programs are paving way to bright future for Year 12 school leavers
Search is on for First Nations creatives to star in Newcastle Museum exhibition
Keystart changes to boost affordable housing options
New graduates enter WA’s energy industry
$7.1 million for local council apprentices and trainees
Help for emergency responders handling domestic violence call-outs
Ofsted praise for AMBS apprenticeship programme
Brisbane Boys’ College announces new First Nations Bursaries in partnership with Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Future secured for Seniors Card
Nabtrade dedicates Charity Trading Day revenue to First Nations Foundation
New courses to strengthen digital workforce
Rockhampton shines at Queensland Tourism Awards 8 November
CDU Valiant revival lifts First Nation credentials
Canberra hospitals nationally recognised for stroke care excellence
Registered Training Organisations: Who is who?
Vitamin SC gives Coast healthy dose of success
Wantirna hospital pledge welcomed
Shellharbour Rocks Park this October
Applications now open for Council’s 2023 Apprentice and Trainee Intake
Reporting crime made easier at Preston
Major expansion of Glenala State High underway
Lifeguard Training Available Ahead of Summer Season
Record number of apprentices and trainees in training in WA
McGowan Government delivers boost to Motivation Foundation
‘Get Dead Set’ – around end of life choices
Businesses invited to enhance New Annual festival spirit
Council supports nationally recognised wetlands project
Emerging artist draws inspiration from kunanyi
Automotive Organisations Reach Historic Agreement On National Fleet Transition
AATIS Spotlight: Women in Trades
Dig in for National Tree Day
Cape Schanck Restaurant wins at industry awards
Sporting Hall of Fame to honour new inductees
Multi-million-dollar Port Of Bundaberg project sets sail
Wanderer Festival gets seal of approval: Bega Valley
GRDC supported course backs rural businesswomen in agriculture
QUT to host 2022 Indigenous Nationals
Uplifting and accessible: Horizon festival reveals 2022 program of homegrown hits and world-class wonder
Stage is set – new Arts and Culture Trust Board announced
Oba-dares to grow rig manufacturing business
QPS hosts national home-made explosives course to boost capability
Bright minds to blossom at new Cyber Academy
Spinifex commemorates National Reconciliation Week with launch of non-alcoholic Gibing Ginger Beer
Part 2. benefits of doing an Australian Apprenticeship
State Emergency Service units receive new utility vehicles on ‘Wear Orange Wednesday’
New Carpentry Facility For Broadmeadows Apprentices