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2020
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Sales for Non-Sales Directors – Interactive Video Course, Thursday 9 July 2020 @ Zoom Video Conference
Everything directors and boards need to know about sales but were afraid to ask Course Leader: John Hanson A highly engaged sales and results focused Business Leader / Sales Director, with strong execution skills and[...]
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23
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2020
9:00 am How to become a Non-Executive Di... @ Zoom Video Conference
How to become a Non-Executive Di... @ Zoom Video Conference
Jul 23 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
How to become a Non-Executive Director – Video Conference 23 July 2020 @ Zoom Video Conference
Find out how you can obtain a Non-Executive Director position by booking a place on this interactive 1-day course.

NT building industry embroiled in insurance scheme ‘Fidelity Fund’ controversy

Pressure mounts for a home buyers insurance scheme to be scrapped as the Northern Territory Government receives numerous complaints from the people it is designed to protect.

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Call for royal commission into Indigenous corporations after financial allegations

The sacked chief executive of a Northern Territory Indigenous corporation, who is launching court action over his termination, calls for a royal commission into what he calls an “Aboriginal industry”.

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The Drum Wednesday November 18

Host: Julia Baird. Panel: Sue Cato and Helen Szoke and Terry Barnes. The panel discusses: the response to the Paris attacks; corporations commodifying grief; public service policy development failures and actor Charlie Sheen reveals he’s HIV positive. […]

The Drum Wednesday November 18

Host: Julia Baird. Panel: Sue Cato and Helen Szoke and Terry Barnes. The panel discusses: the response to the Paris attacks and Islamophobia; corporations commodifying grief; public service policy development failures and actor Charlie Sheen reveals he’s HIV positive. […]

Chrisco hamper lay-by contracts breached consumer law, court rules

A company offering Christmas hamper lay-bys is found guilty of breaking consumer law and could face more than a million dollars in fines.

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Australia Wide November 11

In this episode: The Hunter thoroughbred industry in the fight of its life, making our roads safer for cyclists, the Heidi art movement and the Barossa Valley welcomes the Royals. #AustraliaWide. […]