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This issue of ACMA's monthly newsletter includes Chris Chapman's address to the Advertising Federation and reports on a new approach to consumer consultation, TV advertising quotas, the Spam Act review, the Do Not Call Register legislation and School of the Air students taking part in...
A small but growing group of well-educated urban dwellers, often in well-paying jobs, is challenging the socially sanctioned revulsion around waste by engaging in ‘skip dipping’: sorting through the contents of publicly located skips for items which are still useful. Emma Rush examines the phenomenon...
Over the last five years claims of housing discrimination by Aboriginal tenants have taken up major resources for the Equal Opportunity Commission. As a result the EOC set up a two year Inquiry examining less favourable outcomes for Aboriginal people.
The Inquiry found there...
The relevance of native title to land use and the development of employment and training are explored in this address by the tribunal’s president Graeme Neate. The address outlines the current native title environment and outlines current opprtunities.