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REIQ announces partnership with realestateVIEW.com.au

A new partnership has emerged between the Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) and realestateVIEW.com.au in a bid to increase content sharing. RealestateVIEW.com.au already partners with REINSW and REIV, however each has its own portal. REIQ's portal will have about 100,000 listings, adding to realestateVIEW.com.au'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…

This Aussie content marketing agency is one of just eight international finalists for Content Marketing Agency of the Year

For the second year running, Sydney-based content marketing agency Mahlab Media has been selected as one of just eight international finalists for Content Marketing Agency of the Year at the highly coveted Content Marketing Awards.  As an event renowned for attracting the likes of The Walt Disney Company, Google and Time Inc., the annual CMA Awards is a worldwide celebration of the best and brightest in content marketing. Mahlab Media’s MD and founder, Bobbi Mahlab, says: “In…

International Centre for Complex Project Management Appoints New CEO

The International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM) is delighted to announce the appointment of Deborah Hein as Managing Director and CEO. Deborah will continue to build on ICCPM’s previous accomplishments and lead it into the future through a renewed focus on education and research. Deborah has worked on complex projects and programs throughout her 20 year career in the public sector including projects in the Ground Telecommunications Equipment and Guided Weapon Acquisition…

Victoria Law Foundation Awards $130,000 to Diverse Legal Projects

Victoria Law Foundation has awarded $130,000 to four diverse legal projects aimed at helping people better understand the law. Sunshine Youth Legal Centre, Youthlaw, the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria and Fitzroy Legal Service each received between $20,000 and $55,000 for targeted legal education projects. Sunshine Youth Legal Centre will partner with local schools to find out why young people are accruing public transport fines, and the reasons they can’t pay them.

Newcastle, Port Stephens and Hunter Valley Launch New 'Altogether Perfect' Campaign in the Nation’s Capital!

23 July 2014 Regional Group Attends Two Major Business Events in Canberra More business travellers could soon be a reality in Newcastle, Port Stephens and the Hunter Valley following the first two showcases for the region’s new ‘Altogether Perfect’ campaign which aims to boost high-yield business tourism across the greater Hunter Region. Representatives of the Altogether Perfect team from the Newcastle…

Not-for-profit staff encouraged to apply for governance scholarships

23 July 2014 Governance Institute of Australia is inviting individuals who are interested in pursuing postgraduate studies in governance to apply for the Chant Legacy scholarship program which is open until October 2014. The Scholarships are available to applicants keen to pursue postgraduate governance studies at any government-accredited tertiary institution anywhere in the world and are based on merit and financial need. Successful applicants will…

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