Mar 18 2021

Australian Public Service to adopt flexible working arrangements

The Australian Public Service will adopt a new workplace plan that will involve flexible working arrangements to try and attract skilled workers away from the private sector.

Last year, tens of thousands of bureaucrats worked from home at the height of the pandemic.

Skill shortages were identified across a range of areas including digital and data...

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Mar 18 2021

The Big Canberra Bike Ride

Cyclists of all ages, abilities and experiences will flock to the Parliamentary Triangle on Sunday to participate in Pedal Power’s 21st annual Big Canberra Bike Ride.

The Big Canberra Bike Ride will feature four non-competitive bike rides for people of all experience levels.

The ride will also raise funds for its charity partner the Amy...

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Mar 18 2021

ANU To Close Neuroscience Division

The Australian National University is set to close it’s neuroscience division and axe up to 40 jobs in a bid to save money.

It follows the university’s move to cut almost 200 jobs in the wake of the coronavirus downturn.

The ANU is expected to report a deficit of more than $200 million this year.

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Mar 17 2021

Reminder for Canberrans as man cautioned for cannabis cultivation

ACT Policing has issued a reminder to Canberrans not to exceed the two per person limit regarding personal cannabis plants following the confiscation of four plants from one man.

On Monday, Police issued a formal caution to a 42 year old Belconnen man after discovering four cannabis plants weighing approximately 91 kilograms on the balcony of his...

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