MAN CHARGED OVER VICIOUS ATTACK IN NOWRA CBD

Police have charged a person with aggravated robbery after an elderly man was attacked and robbed in Nowra earlier this month. About 4.30pm (Sunday 13 May 2018), a 72-year-old man was walking along Berry Street, Nowra, after leaving a nearby supermarket. As he walked...
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SALVOS RESEARCH FINDS AUSSIES IN DEEPENING DAILY STRUGGLE

The Salvation Army is urging the Federal Government to reconsider its decision not to increase the Newstart allowance after research has revealed the devastating hardship many Australians are facing. The 2018 Economic and Social Impact Survey (ESIS), a survey of 1,267...
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WARD BACKS BUSINESS CHAMBER CALLS FOR PAYROLL TAX RELIEF

Parliamentary Secretary for the Illawarra and South Coast, and Member for Kiama Gareth Ward has delivered a Private Members Statement in Parliament calling for payroll tax relief for small businesses. “Having grown up in a small business family I know how hard people...
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98% ‘YES’ VOTE FOR CATHOLIC SCHOOLS AGREEMENT

Teachers and support staff in Catholic schools in the ACT and NSW have overwhelmingly backed a new enterprise agreement, with a resounding 98% voting in favour of its adoption. The new enterprise agreement is the result of a tough 18-month dispute between the IEUA...
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TRAFFIC CHANGES FOR BERRY TO BOMADERRY PRINCES HIGHWAY UPGRADE EARLY WORK

Member for Kiama Gareth Ward has today advised local motorists that changed traffic conditions will be in place from next month for early work on the Berry to Bomaderry Princes Highway upgrade. Mr Ward said that the final stages of utility service relocation work...
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PLAN AHEAD OF NIGHT WORK ON MOSS VALE ROAD AT BARRENGARRY MOUNTAIN

Member for Kiama Gareth Ward has today advised local motorists that work to improve safety and repair slopes will soon be carried out on Moss Vale Road at Barrengarry Mountain. Mr Ward said that the NSW Government has provided $360,000 for the work as part of its $1.5...
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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY NEEDS TO BUILD TRUST FOR SUBCONTRACTORS

A comprehensive review of the security of payment laws in the building and construction industry reveals more protection is needed for subcontractors. The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, Kate Carnell, says she supports the recommendations in...
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MAN CHARGED OVER VICIOUS ATTACK IN NOWRA CBD

Police have charged a person with aggravated robbery after an elderly man was attacked and robbed in Nowra earlier this month. About 4.30pm (Sunday 13 May 2018), a 72-year-old man was walking along Berry Street, Nowra, after leaving a nearby supermarket. As he walked...

SALVOS RESEARCH FINDS AUSSIES IN DEEPENING DAILY STRUGGLE

The Salvation Army is urging the Federal Government to reconsider its decision not to increase the Newstart allowance after research has revealed the devastating hardship many Australians are facing. The 2018 Economic and Social Impact Survey (ESIS), a survey of 1,267...

WARD BACKS BUSINESS CHAMBER CALLS FOR PAYROLL TAX RELIEF

Parliamentary Secretary for the Illawarra and South Coast, and Member for Kiama Gareth Ward has delivered a Private Members Statement in Parliament calling for payroll tax relief for small businesses. “Having grown up in a small business family I know how hard people...

98% ‘YES’ VOTE FOR CATHOLIC SCHOOLS AGREEMENT

Teachers and support staff in Catholic schools in the ACT and NSW have overwhelmingly backed a new enterprise agreement, with a resounding 98% voting in favour of its adoption. The new enterprise agreement is the result of a tough 18-month dispute between the IEUA...

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MAN CHARGED OVER VICIOUS ATTACK IN NOWRA CBD

Police have charged a person with aggravated robbery after an elderly man was attacked and robbed in Nowra earlier this month. About 4.30pm (Sunday 13 May 2018), a 72-year-old man was walking along Berry Street, Nowra, after leaving a nearby supermarket. As he walked...

SALVOS RESEARCH FINDS AUSSIES IN DEEPENING DAILY STRUGGLE

The Salvation Army is urging the Federal Government to reconsider its decision not to increase the Newstart allowance after research has revealed the devastating hardship many Australians are facing. The 2018 Economic and Social Impact Survey (ESIS), a survey of 1,267...

WARD BACKS BUSINESS CHAMBER CALLS FOR PAYROLL TAX RELIEF

Parliamentary Secretary for the Illawarra and South Coast, and Member for Kiama Gareth Ward has delivered a Private Members Statement in Parliament calling for payroll tax relief for small businesses. “Having grown up in a small business family I know how hard people...

98% ‘YES’ VOTE FOR CATHOLIC SCHOOLS AGREEMENT

Teachers and support staff in Catholic schools in the ACT and NSW have overwhelmingly backed a new enterprise agreement, with a resounding 98% voting in favour of its adoption. The new enterprise agreement is the result of a tough 18-month dispute between the IEUA...