Tiny beach community fears for ‘pristine’ environment over carbon capture and storage plan

Tiny beach community fears for ‘pristine’ environment over carbon capture and storage plan

Posted May 13, 2018 07:25:18 Photo: Ninety Mile Beach Action Group member Erin Foster says the community feels like guinea pigs. (ABC Gippsland: Nicole Asher) Related Story: Fishermen worried seismic survey will damage sea life Residents of an isolated beach village in Victoria’s east are fighting carbon capture and storage …

Community Occupational Therapist (Paediatrics)

Community Occupational Therapist (Paediatrics)

About the role Mater at Home’s Allied Health team is searching for an exceptional Community Occupational Therapist to join the team on a part time basis (2 days per week), for a fixed term period from 18 June to 24 August …

Community sponsorship program taking on the care of refugees deemed a success, groups push for expansion

Community sponsorship program taking on the care of refugees deemed a success, groups push for expansion

Updated May 09, 2018 19:30:38 Photo: Armenian refugee Mano Derboghossian and his daughter Hasmig in their home in Chatswood. (ABC News: Laura Brierley Newton) Armenian refugee Mano Derboghossian looks like any other affectionate father as seven-month-old Hasmig bounces on his knee. As the sun streams in through the window of …

Globetrotting fire spinner finds community in unlikely place at Mindil Beach markets

Globetrotting fire spinner finds community in unlikely place at Mindil Beach markets

Posted May 06, 2018 07:30:26 Photo: Hale Wilson first picked up a Samoan fire knife at age seven. (ABC Radio Darwin: Jesse Thompson) It’s often seen as an ostentatious circus act, best left to those who are as daring as they are dexterous. But for Hale Wilson, the art of …

NT Police investigating fatal buggy crash near remote community

NT Police investigating fatal buggy crash near remote community

Updated May 03, 2018 11:00:40 Photo: NT Police said the buggy crashed off a cliff and into a creek near Daly River. (Supplied: NT Police) NT Police are investigating after a buggy crashed off a steep cliff into a creek, killing a woman and putting a man in hospital. It …

Join the KPMG Tax Talent Community in KPMG Australia, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

See job description for details Join the KPMG Tax Talent Community and be first in line for new opportunities Enjoy working in an inclusive, diverse and supportive culture that embraces flexibility Play your part in making a real difference to Australia’s future prosperity KPMG is one of the most trusted …

Community Mental Health Clinician

Community Mental Health Clinician

Position Details Reference Number 153957 Position Title Community Mental Health Clinician Employment Status Permanent Full Time, Temporary Full Time Program Mental Health, Drugs and Alcohol Location Torquay CHC Salary $0.00 Hours Per Fortnight 80 Position Summary Gain satisfaction from the positive difference that our programs make to members of our …

Vietnam veteran’s one-man war on waste inspires community to clean up Cooktown coast

Vietnam veteran’s one-man war on waste inspires community to clean up Cooktown coast

By Brendan Mounter and Adam Stephen Updated April 28, 2018 07:32:46 Photo: Marine debris lines the beaches around Cooktown in far north Queensland. (Supplied) Cooktown in far north Queensland is sometimes a haven for those who do not want to be found. But its surrounding coastlines, which meet the Coral …

Murray-Darling Basin: Unprecedented letter from community advisors sent to Canberra to try save plan

Murray-Darling Basin: Unprecedented letter from community advisors sent to Canberra to try save plan

Posted April 26, 2018 10:07:55 An apolitical, community advisory group in the Murray-Darling Basin has taken the unprecedented step of writing to politicians asking for its support in a key piece of legislation which will decide the future of the basin plan. The plan hangs in balance with state governments …

Victoria pledges record funds to keep Indigenous children in community care | Australia news

Victoria has announced a record $47.3m in funding to support Indigenous children in the child protection system following a landmark agreement to ensure community control over children placed into out-of-home care. It has also announced $10.8m to fund dedicated diversion programs and support services for Indigenous children in youth detention. …