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Australia’s early educators to stage mass strike

Childcare workers across Australia will go on mass strike in September to highlight poor wages and industry conditions. On Wednesday, United Workers’ Union delegates and Early Childhood Education and Care union members unanimously voted to take nationwide action. “Educators are ...

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Teachers reveal grim new vaping statistic

A new study has revealed grim new e-cigarette usage among teens, with more than 80 per cent of teachers reporting at least some of their high-school students vaping. The study, published in the Australian New Zealand Journal of Public Health on Thursday, surveyed almost ...

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School holidays off to a chaotic start

Flash flooding, severe rainfall and long delays at Sydney’s airport have led to a chaotic start to the NSW winter school holidays. The Bureau of Meteorology issued a severe weather warning to the state’s East Coast on Monday, which predicted ...

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