By Jin Kok The Brisbane Coroners Court has heard today that a “deficient and overly biased” investigation into a Queensland police officer’s disappearance in September 2009 should be the focus of an upcoming inquest. Senior Sergeant Mick Isles disappeared while …

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By Kayla Brereton, Jin Kok Indigenous students aren’t getting enough support from their universities, a study involving more than 500 indigenous students has found. The results come even as one-third of respondents say having designated Indigenous university centres helped them …

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By Michelle Thomas and Jin Kok Qantas pilots are threatening to join their engineering counterparts who will go on strike tomorrow in protest of the lack of job security within the company. About 1,600 Qantas engineers from Australian Licensed Aircraft …

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By Dominique Wiehahnm, Jin Kok Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan has announced $233 million in the Federal Budget to push long-term unemployed people back into jobs. The Government will offer 35,000 wage subsidies to employers taking on workers who have been …

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