News from April 2015
After 15 years in the top job transforming the former professional association for chartered secretaries into a governance powerhouse, Governance Institute of Australia chief executive Mr Tim Sheehy has announced he will be stepping down later this year.
“Tim has done an outstanding…
The Australian Medical Association (AMA) says a deal between Country Doctors and the South Australian Government is a major breakthrough. The deal keeps bush-trained doctors in the bush and recognises their financial needs.
“A doctor who trains in the bush stays in the bush,” said SA president Dr Patricia Montanaro. “Now they will be able to train the doctors, the doctors will get the recognition and they will be able to be paid.”
The agreement also addresses the financial implications…
Adelaide Oval has taken out four out of four state awards at the MEA (Meetings & Events Australia) Industry Awards Gala Dinner. The four awards are:
Best Specialty Meeting Venue
Education Award (for more than 30 employees)
Corporate Responsibility Award (for more than 30 employees)
As the centenary of the Gallipoli landings on Anzac Day approaches, New Zealand’s Governor-General Sir Jerry Mateparae has opened the new Returned and Services Association building.
“It’s a real pleasure to be here today for the opening of a new building for New Zealand’s oldest RSA,” said Sir Mateparae. “I appreciate how distressing it must have been to lose your previous building after the earthquakes – and so I’m pleased to be able to follow in Lord Jellicoe’s footsteps and help you…