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REIQ announces partnership with

A new partnership has emerged between the Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) and in a bid to increase content sharing. already partners with REINSW and REIV, however each has its own portal. REIQ's portal will have about 100,000 listings, adding to's 350,000-strong sale and rental property listings.  The partnership also means that REIQ will be connected to The…

AIIA offering national publication support grant

The Research Committee of the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) is now accepting expressions of interest for a publication support grant. Worth up to $7,500, the grant will be used to facilitate the publication of an original and high quality book on a contemporary topic of major relevance to Australian foreign policy and must incorporate some transnational or comparative perspectives.  Funds can be utilized as a publishing subvention or spent on hosting a workshop…

AMAA CEO steps down

After working at the Audited Media Association of Australia for 16 years, CEO Paul Dovas has stepped down to pursue opportunities in digital media. He was CEO for 4 years. Dr Stephen Hollings, Chairman of AAMA, said "Paul has been a key figure in delivering accountability and transparency for the media the AMAA represents, particularly in the complex digital space. Paul's knowledge, commitment and passion for digital media and advertising provides a solid legacy for the AMAA to follow." During…

AAMT elects new Treasurer

  The Australian Association of Maths Teachers has elected a new Treasurer without the need for a vote.  Ms Allason MacNamara from Victoria has moved into the role uncontested nd will take up the role after her official recognition during the AGM. Mr MacNamara will hold the role until May 2016. Returning Officer and Life Member, Mr Steve Thornton will officially recognised Ms MacNamara's election.

National Boards and AHPRA publish health profession agreements

The National Boards and AHPRA have published the Health Profession Agreements which outlines their partnership and the services AHPRA will provide to the National Boards in 2014/2015. The National Boards and AHPRA work together to implement the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme, (National Scheme), which is the scheme regulating registered health practitioners in Australia, in the public interest. The guiding principles of the National Law require the National Scheme…

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