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  • Sep 28
    Victorian Chamber encourages businesses to use vote in Council Elections

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    Next week, voting opens for the 2016 Local Government Elections and the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is encouraging all business owners who have registered to vote to make sure they have their say. Voting papers will be mailed out for 78 of Victoria’s 79 councils next week and,...
  • Sep 23
    Reforming VET to meet industry needs

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    Reforming Victoria’s Vocational Education and Training (VET) system has been a top priority for the Andrew’s government since its election in 2014. The state government promised to improve quality by cracking down on unscrupulous training providers, ensure Victoria’s industry...
  • Sep 23
    Sacking of employee caught under the influence of illicit drug upheld

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    An employee who worked with disengaged youth and families who suffer drug and alcohol abuse in remote Aboriginal settlements has had their unfair dismissal application dismissed by the Fair Work Commission, after recording a positive random drug and alcohol test.
  • Sep 23
    Leasing of Port of Melbourne will benefit all Victorians

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    Mark Stone AM, update: This week, the Victorian Government announced the successful leasing of the Port of Melbourne will generate $9.7 billion to fund investment in new infrastructure and improve Victoria’s productivity and trade competitiveness.
  • Sep 22
    Threat to business voting rights

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    Regional and suburban businesses should be very concerned about the Victorian Government’s proposed changes to their voting rights in council elections. The Victorian Chamber has recently made a submission to the government’s current comprehensive review of the Local Government Act 1989...

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