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ADIA CEO Update - ADX Sydney 2022

Posted by ADIA on 24 January 2022
ADIA CEO Update - ADX Sydney 2022
  ADX Sydney 2022   The Australian Dental Industry Association wishes to advise members and exhibitors that the upcoming ADX Sydney 2022 at the International Convention Centre (ICC) at this point in time is still planning to proceed on 17-19 March 2022.   At this sta...
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ADIA CEO Update - New COVID-19 rules for NSW businesses

Posted by ADIA on 14 October 2021
ADIA CEO Update - New COVID-19 rules for NSW businesses
With New South Wales achieving its stage one roadmap out of lockdown goal of 70% double vaccination rate, all local government areas within the state are no longer considered local government areas of concern and businesses began to open this week. Victoria remains in lockdown but will also soon...
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NEW! State by State COVID-19 Government support packages

Posted by ADIA on 16 September 2021
NEW! State by State COVID-19 Government support packages
Below you will find a revised state by state breakdown of the available financial, support and information packages provided by the Commonwealth and state governments. NEW! Individuals  impacted by COVID-19 can find out more about government payments that may be av...
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COVID-19 Vaccinations and the Workplace

Posted by ADIA on 25 August 2021
COVID-19 Vaccinations and the Workplace
The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry's (ACCI) Workplace Relations and WH&S team have prepared a comprehensive guide for employers on COVID-19 Vaccinations and the Workplace. The guide is designed to answer questions about the vaccine roll-out and mandating the vaccin...
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COVID-19 restrictions increased in NSW

Posted by ADIA on 23 August 2021
COVID-19 restrictions increased in NSW
The NSW Government has extended the current lockdown in Greater Sydney until the end of September and introduced new rules targeting the 12 local government areas (LGAs) of concern. Areas of concern include: Bayside, Blacktown, Burwood, Campbelltown, Canterbury-Bankstown, Cumberland, Fairfield, ...
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