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  • Kununurra Chamber of Commerce & Industry | WACOSS Workshop
    Public Forum 8 April 2016 NBN National Broadband Network PRINCIPAL PARTNERS This website funded by KCCI Principal Partner Sponsors WACOSS Workshop WACOSS Workshop 20 06 12 Hi KCCI Members For Directors Committee members and CEO s Managers of incorporated non government organisations all shapes and sizes WACOSS are planning to visit Kununurra to deliver workshops in Governance in response to requests I am assisting by finding out what interest there is for governance training and how the middle of October 2012 after the school holidays suits people WACOSS do charge a fee for their training but the more people who enroll the less the cost will be to each individual You can also become a member of WACOSS which reduces the cost for any training attended You do not have to be a member to attend WACOSS events and training WACOSS website address for further information http www wacoss org au home aspx The Governance training will be delivered with consideration for Indigenous corporations eg practical rather than academic language but is open to everyone Organisations may also like to arrange to have one on one sessions with the trainers while they are here A cost will apply but can

    Original URL path: http://kcci.com.au/news/333-wacoss-workshop.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Kununurra Chamber of Commerce & Industry | Operation SHARP
    East Kimberley Department for Indigenous Affairs and the locals schools and is designed to support our Keeping Kids in School program KKIS with a range of broader initiatives As President of the KCCI I commend and support this group effort and encourage all members to support it in any way possible For shop keepers and town centre businesses that means enforcing the KKIS program by refusing entry to school kids during school hours and reporting school kids in the town centre to police or the schools Other members can do their bit for too by actively encouraging kids you may encounter during the day or night to go home or to school and by spreading awareness of the SHARP program throughout the community During this initial week extra police and agency personnel are working at night time to collect kids from the streets taking them to a central location to identify them and attempt to locate their families Crucially this night time effort is reinforced during the following day s with visits to parents investigations as to where or if the kids are enrolled at school and attempts are made to get the kids back to school and the household on track The main focus of this week s effort is to try and get a measure on the size and scope of the relative issues Who are the kids Who are the parents where are they from where do they stay in Kununurra is that household being appropriately managed to support the children s safety and opportunity what are the key drivers behind the problem what support resource is required to address the problem etc The brochure attached touches on some other proposed actions that are part of the program including the use of compulsory income management or imposition

    Original URL path: http://kcci.com.au/news/323-operation-sharp.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Kununurra Chamber of Commerce & Industry | IR Alert - 2.9 per cent weekly minimum wage increa
    Panel the Panel has today handed down the 2011 12 Annual Wage Review Decision Modern minimum weekly wages will be increased by 2 9 per cent from the first full pay period on or after1 July 2012 with commensurate increases in hourly rates on the basis of a 38 hour week The increase applies to minimum wages for junior employees employees to whom training arrangements apply employees with a disability and to piece rates The national minimum wage order includes 1 a national minimum wage of 606 40 per week or 15 96 per hour based on a 38 hour week This represents an increase of 17 10 per week or 45 cents per hour 2 a minimum wage of 606 40 per week or 15 96 per hour for employees with a disability whose productivity is not affected For employees with a disability whose productivity is affected an assessment under the supported wage system is required subject to a minimum payment 3 wages for award and agreement free junior employees will be based on the percentages for juniors in the Miscellaneous Award 2010 4 Award and agreement free apprentices and employees under the National Training Wage Schedule in the

    Original URL path: http://kcci.com.au/news/322-ir-alert-29-per-cent-weekly-minimum-wage-increa.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Kununurra Chamber of Commerce & Industry | Carbon Price Claims
    PRINCIPAL PARTNERS This website funded by KCCI Principal Partner Sponsors Carbon Price Claims Carbon Price Claims 05 06 12 The ACCC has launched an updated Carbon price claims Guide for business and a series of web videos to assist businesses in understanding their rights obligations and responsibilities in the lead up to the start of the carbon price on 1 July 2012 Carbon Price Claims Guide for Business The Guide provides updated information on issues such as information to support your claims and dealing with your suppliers and checklists have been included to give businesses more practical guidance New examples covering carbon price claims in advertising and information to support claims have also been added Download theGuide from the ACCC website Web videos now online A series of web videos are now available covering carbon price claims and the ACCC s role determining your prices you and your suppliers information to consider before making a claim making a claim before 1 July 2012 what you can do ifyou think you have been misled where you can find more information Click here to view the ACCC videos The updated Guide and web videos follow the release of the ACCC Carbon price

    Original URL path: http://kcci.com.au/news/321-carbon-price-claims.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Kununurra Chamber of Commerce & Industry | FESA Newsletter
    Valley Muster LATEST NEWS AusIndustry Regional Manager Northern WA visit Results from Public Forum 8 April 2016 NBN National Broadband Network PRINCIPAL PARTNERS This website funded by KCCI Principal Partner Sponsors FESA Newsletter FESA Newsletter 28 05 12 NEWSLETTER May 2012 pdf Graham Sears District Manager SES Operational Services East Kimberley Fire Emergency Services Authority FESA PO BOX 1094 Kununurra WA 6743 Ph 08 9169 1372 Fax 08 9169 1373

    Original URL path: http://kcci.com.au/news/315-fesa-newsletter.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Kununurra Chamber of Commerce & Industry | Zebra Rock - Aksel Kolstad Show
    Rock Aksel Kolstad Show Zebra Rock Aksel Kolstad Show 28 05 12 Internationally acclaimed award winning pianist and stand up comedian Aksel Kolstad http akselkolstad com is coming to Kununurra for one spectacular show not to be missed Kolstad has performed in the largest chamber music festivals in Norway and presented his debut concert at Carnegie Hall in October 2010 with a full house and a standing ovation Kolstad opened

    Original URL path: http://kcci.com.au/news/314-zebra-rock-aksel-kolstad-show.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Kununurra Chamber of Commerce & Industry | $19.7Million for Community Projects
    Diamonds Ord Valley Muster LATEST NEWS AusIndustry Regional Manager Northern WA visit Results from Public Forum 8 April 2016 NBN National Broadband Network PRINCIPAL PARTNERS This website funded by KCCI Principal Partner Sponsors 19 7Million for Community Projects 19 7Million for Community Projects 28 05 12 Major projects in the Kimberley would be the latest to benefit from the Regional Development Council s Action Agenda Funding Scheme funded by Royalties

    Original URL path: http://kcci.com.au/news/313-197million-for-community-projects.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Kununurra Chamber of Commerce & Industry | MLC Newsletter
    May First National Lake Argyle Swim Saturday 7th May Opening night Kununurra Speedway 13 22 May Argyle Diamonds Ord Valley Muster LATEST NEWS AusIndustry Regional Manager Northern WA visit Results from Public Forum 8 April 2016 NBN National Broadband Network PRINCIPAL PARTNERS This website funded by KCCI Principal Partner Sponsors MLC Newsletter MLC Newsletter 28 05 12 Click on Newsletter 2 pdf for the Kimberley newsletter from the Hon Wendy

    Original URL path: http://kcci.com.au/news/311-mlc-newsletter-.html (2016-04-28)
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