Day: May 9, 2019

Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month

Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month is an annual initiative held during May each year to raise community awareness and promote a clear message that domestic and family violence will not be tolerated in our communities. The Queensland Police Service is committed to working in partnership with the people of Queensland to provide professional policing services that will, over time, prevent and reduce the incidents of domestic violence in Queensland, regardless of faith, language, culture and religion. “Education plays a vital role in tackling domestic and family violence in our community” said Superintendent Mick Niland. “The ability for those...

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ALP Federal Candidate for Brisbane is an India Champion

With Australia set to go to the polls on May 18, it is pleasing to learn that Labor’s candidate for the federal seat of Brisbane, Dr Paul Newbury has an impressive track record of engagement and friendship with India. Paul, who is a past member of the Australia-India Business Council (AIBC), travelled to New Delhi in  2015 at the invitation of AIBC and met with representatives from the Modi government, business, industry and assorted NGOs to discuss proposed reforms to the Indian electricity system. At the time Paul was completing his doctorate at the University of Queensland, examining the global transformation occurring within...

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