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GenerationOne at work in the Burswood

GenOne burswoodby Kerry Pinkstone and Johanna Kerin

Sharon Ninyette came to Burswood Entertainment Complex in Perth, after being out of work for two years and looking after her six children.

'I came to Burswood because of the range of careers available and was one of the first people to come through the 'Real Jobs' program at Polytechnic West' says Sharon in the GenerationOne Case Studies of Success, which...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 08 March 2012 06:25

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Followers create weak leaders

guillard and_the_UNI'm as intrigued as most followers of Australian politics on the current debacle of herculean proportion the Australian Labor Party now finds itself in. How can a party that's in power – albeit a minority government with the support of Independents in the Lower House – be so intent on self-destruction?

In fact it is quite embarrassing to see a once strong party of the working class...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 09:06

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