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Video now available for the August Events Forum webinar

Posted by ADIA on 12 August 2021
Video now available for the August Events Forum webinar
Thanks to our members for joining us for the August Events Forum.

It was great to receive your feedback on previous ADIA events and your suggestions on upcoming events this year and next year. Missed the Webinar? Become a member and enjoy access to exclusive webinars, events, training an...
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Vic businesses get $400m in new support

Posted by ADIA on 11 August 2021
Vic businesses get $400m in new support
The Victorian Government has announced a $400 million package, jointly funded by the Commonwealth Government, to provide automatic payments to almost 100,000 eligible businesses in Victoria, including sole traders.

Further hardship funds will be made available to eligible businesses that do not ...
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Canberra dental practice fined $266,400

Posted by ADIA on 3 August 2021
Canberra dental practice fined $266,400
Canberra dental practice fined $266,400 for alleged unlawful supply of dental implants and bone grafts The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has issued 20 infringement notices to a Canberra-based dental practice totaling $266,400. The alleged breaches of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 ...
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Australian Dental Health Week - August 2-8, 2021

Posted by ADIA on 3 August 2021
Australian Dental Health Week - August 2-8, 2021
This week is Australian Dental Health Week. From Monday 2 August to Sunday 8 August, our focus is to increase awareness about the importance of oral health for every Australian and to support our members in enhancing their business and client relationships. The ADIA supports the work of the...
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Vic & NSW businesses get further financial boost

Posted by ADIA on 29 July 2021
Vic & NSW businesses get further financial boost
  Financial support packages for businesses in New South Wales and Victoria have been expanded to assist wage earners and to support entities during the extended lockdowns and ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.
NEW SOUTH WALES
In NSW, the JobSaver threshold was raised from $50 million to $2...
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