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Says David proud to be a part of the Victorian Government's Marketing Services Panel

I am pleased to note that Says David Communications was accepted recently on the Victorian Government’s Marketing Services Panel.

Membership on the Marketing Services Panel is required for any marketing or public relations firm undertaking work with any Victorian Government department or agency. 19 more words

Public Relations

Nominations for Victorian Disability Sector Awards Open

Nominations for Victoria’s most prestigious disability sector awards are open, Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing Martin Foley announced today.

Now in their fifth year, the Victorian Disability Sector Awards honour individuals, teams, organisations and businesses who go above and beyond to help people with a disability achieve their personal goals. 47 more words

Victoria Legal Aid to deliver an independent mental health advocacy service

Victoria Legal Aid has reached agreement with the Department of Health and Human Services to deliver an independent mental health advocacy service.

This new service is the first of its kind in Victoria and will support the goals of the  246 more words

Vic Govt Urged to Increase NDIS Funding - Pro Bono article

First posted Pro-Bono news: Tuesday, February 10, 2015 – 09:27

The new Victorian Labor Government has been urged to ensure that it meets its commitments under the NDIS agreement with the Commonwealth and increase its disability budget. 129 more words

Medical Cannabis Review

The Victorian government has announced that Mr Ian Freckelton QC had been appointed as a Special Commissioner to the Victorian Law Reform Commission’s review into the use of cannabis for medical purposes. 53 more words

Cameron Leaver

WorkSafe Victoria returns

Just over six months ago the (conservative) Victorian Government announced that it was dropping the WorkSafe brand (pictured right).  This made little sense at the time as the WorkSafe brand was so established that it became accepted shorthand for the OHS inspectorate. 581 more words


Heatwaves and Victoria's Heat Health Alert warning system

As January maximum temperatures spike into the high 30s and low 40s (degrees Celsius) and minimum overnight temperatures approach 30 degrees, we have had our first Heat Health alert issued by the Victorian Department of Health for 2015. 1,881 more words

Victorian Government