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    MKI Legal

    We can assist in all aspects of your employment law dispute. Our team has experience in advising both employees and employers in litigious and non-contentious matters. The industrial relations laws can be complex, so it’s important to obtain precise and cost-effective advice – we can help. We pride ourselves on being able to deliver our […]

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    Connor Legal - Injury Lawyer

    Connor Legal Perth  Injury Lawyers specializes in medical negligence cases, workers compensation, criminal injuries compensation and car accident compensation cases. Dan Connor, the principal of Connor Legal, is a senior personal injuries lawyer who has been representing injured people in Western Australia since 1986. He has a proven track record of great results for his clients, and […]

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    Tourism Victor Harbour

    Victor Harbor Visitor Information Centre The Victor Harbor Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is a one-stop shop for all visitor information needs. Our welcoming centre offers a wide range of free brochures, maps and event guides, with plenty of suggestions and friendly advice on what to see and do in Victor Harbor and the Fleurieu Peninsula. […]

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    North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency

    NAAJA is contracted by the Commonwealth Attorney General’s Department (AGD) to provide Criminal and Civil Law services to Aboriginal people and their families in the Top End of the Northern Territory. We are also funded annually by the AGD to provide services in the following program areas: Advocacy and Community Legal Education Indigenous Prisoner Throughcare […]

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    Aboriginal Heritage Tasmania

    Aboriginal Heritage Tasmania (AHT) is a division of the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment.  AHT aims to protect, conserve and promote Tasmania’s unique Aboriginal heritage, while adopting a partnership approach with Aboriginal community organisations.  Tasmania’s Aboriginal cultural heritage provides a spiritual connection for Tasmanian Aboriginal people today and valuable information about one […]

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    Adelaide Hills Council

    The Adelaide Hills Council area is a magnificent place to live, work and visit. The environmental, aesthetic, residential, primary production and natural qualities of the district are renowned for their excellence, and contribute to the Adelaide Hills earning the signature of being “a special place” and one of Australia’s most loved areas. From the leafy […]

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    Adelaide City Council

    The City of Adelaide has a justified reputation as a clean, attractive and accessible city centre. It takes great pride in its distinctive character and Park Lands. Adelaide has a strong tradition of social reform and has highly regarded educational and medical institutions, a vigorous arts sector and internationally renowned festivals and events. Local Government […]

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    Greater Shepparton City Council

    The City of Greater Shepparton is represented by a Council of seven, elected for a four year term. The first Greater Shepparton City Council was elected in March 1997, following local government amalgamations in Victoria. A comprehensive community consultation programme in 1996 was used to develop an election plan for Greater Shepparton. It was decided […]

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    Benalla Rural City Council

    Benalla Rural City Council commenced a review of key services according to Best Value legislation in 2004, following deamalgamation. The Local Government (Best Value Principles) Act 1999 required Council to review services against the six Best Value Principles: • All services must meet quality and cost standards • All services must be responsive to the […]

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    Alice Springs Town Council

    The Council consists of the Mayor and eight Aldermen. Elections are held every four years. Council Meetings Council Meetings are held in the Council Chamber, Todd Street, on the last Monday of every month, commencing at 6.30pm. Council Committee Meetings are held in the Council Chamber, Todd Street, from the 3rd last Monday of every […]