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June 9, 2021 | In short

Regents seek comments on proposed operating budget At its meeting on June 10, the Board of Regents will consider Annual operating budget recommended by President Gabel for fiscal year 2022. The Regents welcome comments from the college community on the proposed budget through written comments or participation in a public …

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Graphic designer – Pedestrian television

We are looking for a talented Graphic Designer to join our team on a 12 month maternity leave contract. Hoselink is Australia’s premier gardening e-commerce retailer, established for over 20 years and growing. We care about providing quality watering and gardening solutions to help people connect with their gardens, outdoor …

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Features: Oraco

Oraco is a branding and communication agency based on Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne with a diverse portfolio of international and Australian clients. It’s a tight-knit team of dedicated creatives and communicators passionate about building and developing brands for forward-thinking companies creating positive change. They provide support through branding, communications, social media, …

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Sarah, dog by Dr Lisa & STUFF

Sarah is a new boutique hotel in Darlinghurst, Sydney, with a room on the ground floor open all day in a lively area. They are looking for a Experienced chef to join their team, work in an open kitchen, interact with their guests and other customers! Their daytime business will …

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THE 20 MILLION JOBS OF FREELANCER.COM IN FIGURES

Freelancer.com, the world’s largest online job marketplace by registered users and posted jobs, took another milestone this week as record year-over-year growth of 17% on the other of the platform continues. SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – News Direct – Freelancer.com Due to the pandemic, more and more people are turning to self-employment …

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Quayclean Australia points out changes to student work visas are hurting cleaning industry

Quayclean Australia pointed out that the government’s temporary legislative changes allowing student visa holders to work up to 40 hours per week in the tourism and hospitality sector are compromising the cleaning industry and potentially endangering Australian businesses and the health of Australians. Quayclean Australia Managing Director Mark Piwkowski formally …

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