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  • Transport Automotive
  • 24/06/2024
  • 13:50
PEC Tech

Australia’s trusted rare car parts repair/exchange site now up

Moorabbin, Victoria: PEC EFI Revival (or PEC Tech), the online platform dedicated to repairing rare automotive parts for all types of vehicles in Australia…

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  • Business Company News, Medical Health Aged Care
  • 24/06/2024
  • 12:25
Jane Morgan Management

Imugene (ASX:IMU) Doses First Patient in Pioneering Phase 1 onCARlytics Trial

Sydney, Australia, 24 June 2024: Imugene Limited (ASX: IMU), a clinical-stage immuno-oncology company, is thrilled to announce the dosing of the first patient in the intravenous (IV) infusion combination arm of its Phase 1 onCARlytics (CF33-CD19) clinical trial. This groundbreaking trial, named OASIS, is being conducted at City of Hope in California and is designed to transform the treatment landscape for patients with advanced solid tumors. The OASIS trial is a world-first, combining a CD19-expressing oncolytic virus with a CD19-targeting drug. The trial aims to recruit 40-45 patients with advanced solid cancers that have metastasized, with preliminary early combination data…

  • Contains:
  • Government Federal, Union
  • 24/06/2024
  • 12:19
CFMEU

CFMEU warns of ‘dangerous precedent’ in union interference bill

The CFMEU has warned the Albanese Government’s proposed laws designed to intervene in the union’s composition could set a dangerous precedent. Legislation introduced to federal parliament on Monday will allow theCFMEU’s manufacturing division to hold a ballot on leaving the powerful construction union. The bill restores now-repealed Coalition-era powers to undermine unions and singles out the CFMEU to allow a ballot after the manufacturing division’s multiple failed legal attempts to do so. CFMEU National Secretary Zach Smith said it was a deeply disappointing move from a Labor government. “A federal government intervention in determining union coverage is a massive mistake…

  • Business Company News, Oil Mining Resources
  • 24/06/2024
  • 12:12
Jane Morgan Management

Conrad Asia Energy Ltd (ASX: CRD) Signs Binding Gas Sale Agreement with PGN

Sydney, Australia, 24 June 2024: Conrad Asia Energy Ltd (ASX: CRD), a leading Asia-focused natural gas exploration and development company, is pleased to announce a significant milestone in the commercialisation of the Mako gas field. The Company has entered into a binding Gas Sales Agreement (GSA) with PT Perusahaan Gas Negara Tbk (“PGN”), the gas subsidiary of PT Pertamina (Persero), the national oil company of Indonesia. Key Highlights: Binding Agreement Signed: On 21 June 2024, Conrad and PGN finalized a binding GSA for the domestic portion of gas produced from the Mako field. This agreement marks a critical step in…

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  • Business Company News, Oil Mining Resources
  • 24/06/2024
  • 12:03
Jane Morgan Management

Summit Minerals Limited (ASX:SUM) Announces Further High-Grade Niobium and Tantalum Assay Results from the Equador Project in Brazil

Sydney, Australia, June 24, 2024 – Summit Minerals Limited (ASX: SUM) is excited to announce the latest results from its ongoing exploration activities at the Equador Niobium and Rare Earth Elements (Nb-REE) Project located in the Borborema Pegmatitic Province (BPP) of northeast Brazil. These new assay results further underscore the high prospectivity of the project. Highlights: Significant Assay Results: The second set of rock chip assay results continue to highlight high-grade niobium (Nb2O5) and tantalum (Ta2O5) mineralisation. Notable results include: 53.07% Nb2O5, 18.32% Ta2O5, and 1956 ppm PREO (SUMSS007) 42.08% Nb2O5, 26.07% Ta2O5, and 2780 ppm PREO (SUMSS021) 40.88% Nb2O5,…

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  • Medical Health Aged Care, Sport Recreation
  • 24/06/2024
  • 12:01
La Trobe University

Runners needed for La Trobe University foot pain study

Does pounding the pavement several days a week, or standing en pointe for ballet, help strengthen your foot muscles? La Trobe University Sports and…

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  • Entertainment, Indigenous
  • 24/06/2024
  • 11:52
NICC

National Indigenous Cultural Centre and Walkabout Australia

MEDIA RELEASE 1 Walkabout Australia invests in our Royal Shows. From inner city suburbs to outback towns, Australians are coming together to celebrate, promote and connect Indigenous talent to wider Australia and the rest of the world, with help from the National Indigenous Cultural Centre and Walkabout Australia. The National Indigenous Cultural Centre is an Indigenous owned charity that aims to become the number one indigenous e-commerce portal to the world. Walkabout Australia is a division of NICC and is an indigenous events and promotion company focused on creating the connections, opportunities and platform to promote Indigenous talent and enterprise,…

  • Business Company News, Medical Health Aged Care
  • 24/06/2024
  • 11:45
Jane Morgan Management

HeraMED Limited (ASX:HMD) ANNOUNCES SOFT LAUNCH OF HERACARE BY TELSTRA HEALTH UNDERWAY

Highlights: HeraCARE will soon be available to medical practices using Telstra Health’s MedicalDirector patient management software. HeraMED initially announced its partnership with Telstra Health’s MedicalDirector platform in November 2023. HeraCARE is the first remote maternity solution to join the Telstra Health digital ecosystem. A soft launch was recently announced by Telstra Health at the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Practice Owners Conference in Cairns, Australia. The initial step in the commercial rollout focuses on recruiting 5-10 GP clinics as 'early adopters' for integrating HeraCARE into MedicalDirector, optimizing care models and commercial models. On completion of the soft launch,…

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  • Medical Health Aged Care
  • 24/06/2024
  • 11:38
Australian Apitherapy Association 24/6/2024

Apitherapy to Move towards becoming an Allied Health Profession

Apitherapy needs to be adopted in Australia to catch up with our Asian neighbours included in the 80 countries that have adopted bee medicine around the world. Speaking at the 17th Asian Apicultural Association Conference in Perth, the President of the Australian Apitherapy Association made a declaration that the association was committed to move towards Apitherapy becoming a self-regulating profession in Australia, like other allied health professions. “To become professionalised Apitherapy needs training and education to be accepted locally, and for medical practitioners, naturopaths, nutritionists and other allied health professionals to undertake agreed Apitherapy studies in order to professionalise the…

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