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Christmas, Black Friday online sales boom sparks parcel delivery spike

By George Roberts

Strong pre-Christmas online sales mean Australia Post has hired an extra 3,500 staff to cope with a massive increase in parcel deliveries compared to this time last year.

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Flying school allegedly funded with embezzled Chinese loans

By Christopher Testa, Kai Feng, Cherie von Hörchner And Andy Burns

An elusive businessman, accused of leaving China with millions of dollars in embezzled loans, emerges as a key investor in a pilot training academy operating out of one of Victoria’s busiest airports.

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Residents fight proposal to store contaminated soil from West Gate Tunnel near school

By Sarah Jane Bell

More than 1,000 people rally against a proposal for contaminated soil from the West Gate Tunnel Project to be dumped in an old coal mine in Bacchus Marsh.

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Press release: Second-hand car dealers banned for 14 years

By HM Government Two second-hand car dealers from Birmingham have been banned for a total of 14 years after they failed to ensure their vehicles were safe and roadworthy.

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News story: Getting help if your business is in distress

By HM Government If your business is in difficulty there is support and advice available.

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West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust – Non-Executive Director

By Debbie Wright

Non-executive Director – West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust Remuneration: £13,000 Commitment: Circa 4 days per month West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (WSFT) provides hospital and community healthcare services to people mainly in the west of Suffolk, and is an associate teaching hospital of the University of Cambridge. We serve a predominantly rural geographical area and […]

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West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust – Non-Executive Director

By Debbie Wright

Non-executive Director – West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust Remuneration: £13,000 Commitment: Circa 4 days per month West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (WSFT) provides hospital and community healthcare services to people mainly in the west of Suffolk, and is an associate teaching hospital of the University of Cambridge. We serve a predominantly rural geographical area and […]

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Tennis Wales – Non-Executive Director

By Debbie Wright

Non-Executive Director – Tennis Wales Location: Cardiff Salary: Unrenumerated Job Type: Permanent Start Date: Job Reference: BBBH19880 Added: 08 Apr 2020 Job Description Acorn Executive Search supports sport governing bodies in identifying NEDs in order to strengthen their Boards. On behalf of Tennis Wales, we’re looking for an enthusiastic and forward-thinking person with specific skills, […]

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Health and Safety Executive (HSE) – Chair

By Debbie Wright

Chair – Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Body: Health and Safety Executive Appointing Department: Department for Work and Pensions Sector: Regulation Location: Nationwide Number of Vacancies: 1 Remuneration: £84,000 Per Annum Time Requirements: 3 days per week Closing Date: 10/05/2020 Vacancy Description The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is a Crown Non-Departmental Public Body sponsored […]

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CEOs are celebrated for taking a pay cut — but they might make things worse

Voluntary CEO pay cuts have been presented as beneficial during coronavirus but research shows these actions may not be benevolent and may sometimes make matters worse, argue Mariano (Pitosh) Heyden and Mathew Hayward.

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