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LaLegale’s speech case: the snowball that will start an avalanche?

When the Administrative Appeals Tribunal agreed it was unfair for Immigration to sack a public servant for anonymous tweeting, federal mandarins took notice. In a rare test case, the Attorney-General has asked the High Court to explore the legitimacy of limits on free speech for public servants. Cases concerning workers’ compensation…

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Drawing inspiration from imaginative planners past

There have been many dreams for Melbourne since European occupation. Plans for an immense extension to the grid of streets making up the CBD, a significant expansion of railways, and daily jet-car commutes were just some of ideas past planners presented to feed our imaginations.

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How intelligence can reduce child poverty

The New Zealand government’s ambitious commitment to reduce child poverty by half over the next decade is challenging agencies to deeply consider new approaches to empowering front line workers, while dealing with the underlying drivers of poverty – especially housing, education and employment.