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“There have been many parliamentary Inquiries held over the last twenty years which go to the heart of the critical issues in Australian education including teacher training” said Independent Education Union of Australia Federal Secretary Lynne Rolley. “The federal government has also commissioned research work…
“We know that good quality early child care and education sets the right foundation for children's further development," said Independent Education Union (IEU) Federal Secretary Lynne Rolley "Early childhood education and child care services are important in terms of an individual child's needs for companionship,…
Mineworkers on collective agreements typically earn more than $100,000 per year, while those on AWAs typically earn far less than that. On Tuesday 28 August Steve Knott from the Australian Mines and Metals Association (AMMA) and Mitch Hooke from the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA)…
Commenting on the BCA's policy paper "Restoring our Edge in Education", IEU Federal Secretary Lynne Rolley said the BCA “is clearly looking for a better deal than what the Howard government has delivered for Australia although there is not a lot in the report which…
Jeff McMullen Address to Australian Catholic University Sydney Monday 25th June 2007   As my television program ended one night and the debate on the future of Aboriginal Australians was moving to another phase of tension and uncertainty, Patrick Dodson leant across the panel desk and said in a quiet,…
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