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  • CharitiesAidWelfare, International News
  • 25/07/2024
  • 15:58
ActionAid Australia

ActionAid Australia welcomes Minister Wong’s announcement today of new Australian sanctions on Israeli settlers in the West Bank.

Quotes Attributable to ActionAid Australia Executive Director Michelle Higelin: “We are encouraged to see the Government promptly taking action following the announcement of the International Court of Justice’s historic opinion on the weekend," said Ms Higelin. "The Court has made it clear that Israel must end its occupation of Palestine “as rapidly as possible”, and that all countries carry obligations to ensure this ruling is upheld. “The only way to achieve sustainable peace is for Israel to end this occupation and enable Palestinians to return to their land. “As Minister Wong has noted, Israel’s longstanding occupation of Palestine has not…

  • Environment, Government Federal
  • 25/07/2024
  • 15:55
Environs Kimberley

Call on Commonwealth to protect Western Australia’s iconic Kimberley from fracking proposal

Kimberley fracking proposal referred to Commonwealth: Minister Plibersek must assess Global tourism destination and nature and cultural icon, the Kimberley, is now in the…

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  • Immigration, Union
  • 25/07/2024
  • 15:20
Unions NSW

New migrant worker protections to help smash workplace exploitation

Unions NSW has declared new safeguards for migrant workers on temporary visas as a huge victory in the fight against workplace exploitation after years of campaigning for the changes. This week, the federal government’s two-year trial of a ‘workplace justice visa’ has officially gone live meaning exploited temporary migrant workers can now stay in Australia while they seek advice and take action against their unethical employers. A ‘non-discretionary protection against visa cancellation’ will also be trialed, guaranteeing that a worker’s visa will not be cancelled if they want to hold their exploitative employer to account but have breached their conditions…

  • Medical Health Aged Care
  • 25/07/2024
  • 15:11
Galderma Group AG

Galderma Delivers Record Net Sales of 2.2 Billion USD and 10.8% Year-on-Year Growth at Constant Currency for the First Half of 2024

Ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53 LR ZUG, Switzerland–BUSINESS WIRE– Galderma Group AG, the pure-play dermatology category leader, today announced its financial results…

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  • Medical Health Aged Care
  • 25/07/2024
  • 15:10
Medidata

Eisai Selects Medidata’s Clinical Data Studio to Enhance and Modernize Clinical Trial Efficiency and Patient Experience

AI-enhanced solution will help Eisai accelerate data review and reconciliation by 80% NEW YORK–BUSINESS WIRE– Medidata, a Dassault Systèmes brand and leading provider of…

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  • Building Construction, Property Real Estate
  • 25/07/2024
  • 14:57
Freemasons of SA & NT

Keystone Tower Receives Planning Approval from State Planning Commission

The transformative Keystone Tower project has achieved a significant milestone, receiving planning approval from the State Planning Commission. This approval paves the way for the construction of what will become Adelaide's tallest skyscraper, rising to an impressive height of 183 metres. Located at 254 North Terrace, the $400 million development will transform the city's skyline with a 37-storey mixed-use building. Designed by Walter Brooke and Bara Consulting Group, to be developed in partnership with Melbourne-basedPelligraGroup, the tower will include Adelaide’s first Westin Hotel, office space, conference facilities, a business lounge, a wellness retreat, and a three-storey observation deck. In addition…

  • Medical Health Aged Care
  • 25/07/2024
  • 14:48
Royal Australian College of GPs

CLP election proposal risks the health of Territorians

The Country Liberal Party’s proposal allowing pharmacists to treat 21 conditions if elected risks the health of Territorians, including misdiagnosis and incorrect treatment, warns the Royal Australian College of GPs (RACGP). The RACGP has written to the CLP to warn against the proposal, which would allow pharmacists to provide drugs for 21 conditions without a GP diagnosing and prescribing them to a patient. This contravenes Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) rules for medicines designed to protect the health of Australians. RACGP Northern Territory Chair Dr Sam Heard said GPs in the Northern Territory are extremely concerned. “The Country Liberals haven't consulted…

  • Medical Health Aged Care
  • 25/07/2024
  • 14:42
Galderma

PHASE III ARCADIA 1 and 2 Trial Primary Results Published in The Lancet: Galderma’s Nemolizumab Improves Key Aspects of Atopic Dermatitis – Itch, Skin Lesions and Sleep Disturbance

Detailed results from the phase III ARCADIA 1 and 2 trials evaluating the safety and efficacy of nemolizumab in atopic dermatitis were published for…

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  • Technology Innovation
  • 25/07/2024
  • 14:40
Kioxia Corporation

Kioxia Honored by FMS With Lifetime Achievement Award for 3D NAND Flash Invention

Company’s Development Team Recognized for Creation of Groundbreaking BiCS FLASH 3D Flash Memory Technology TOKYO–BUSINESS WIRE– Kioxia Corporation, the inventor of NAND flash memory,…

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