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Queensland Government media release Employment Minister Grace Grace is encouraging employers in South East Queensland to hire a jobseeker and put themselves in line for support payments of up to $20,000. Ms Grace said the expanded Back to Work jobs program, which commences in the South East from...
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Queensland Mental Health Week, 8-14 October 2017, is an important opportunity to promote mental health and wellbeing, create understanding of mental health and celebrate the lives of people living with mental illness. Here’s a few ways to get involved during the week: register a QMHW event and help...
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Queensland Government media release More eyes will be on Queensland children to ensure their safety, with mandatory reporting across the early childhood and education care sector starting from July 1 2017. Under Mason’s Law, professionals working in the early childhood and education care sector...
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Queensland Government media release The Palaszczuk Government will highlight the roll-out of a state-wide social cohesion program with bold We Are Queensland television and online advertising, along with a social media campaign. The TV ad features young Queenslanders from different backgrounds and...
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Each year, NAIDOC Week celebrations highlight the rich and diverse culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the First Australians. NAIDOC Week celebrations and community events are a great opportunity for all Queenslanders to come together and acknowledge the history, culture and...
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Queensland Government media release Queensland’s third Social Benefit Bond (SBB) – the Youth CONNECT SBB will tackle youth homelessness, announced Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt today (Friday 30 June). “The Youth CONNECT SBB represents a key milestone for the Palaszczuk Government and our...
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Queensland Government media release Young jobseekers and recently employed young workers in Townsville are set to benefit from a new mentoring program to help them gain and retain employment. Employment Minister Grace Grace announced the $900,000 Sticking Together pilot program would soon be rolled...
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The Queensland Government has launched a new youth campaign, ‘ Stop the Hurting – End Domestic Violence ’. The campaign created by youth for youth (12 to 17-year-olds) provides an opportunity for Queensland teens to have their say and take a stand against domestic and family violence. It is...
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The Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services (DCCSDS) is seeking expressions of interest for participation on an Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex (LGBTI) Roundtable for a two-year term commencing 2017. The Queensland Government is looking for ten members of the...
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The Queensland Multicultural Awards recognise the valuable contributions of Queenslanders who support and promote a united, harmonious and inclusive Queensland community. The awards are a highlight of Queensland Multicultural Month. This year’s theme is Creating Welcome, Building Opportunity and...

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