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Best of cartoons, February 28, 2024

Best of cartoons, February 28, 2024 Best of cartoons, February 28, 2024 We’re sorry, this feature is currently unavailable. We’re working to restore it. Please try again later. Dismiss Skip to sections navigationSkip to contentSkip to footer 11 ImagesFebruary 28, 2024 — 12.16am 1/11 Credit:Cathy Wilcox 2/11 Credit:Dionne Gain 3/11 Credit:Matt Golding 4/11 Credit:Matt Golding …

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Private schools pay women above the odds as gender pay gap revealed at 5000 companies

A spokesperson said the coeducational school was an all-boys campus until 2006, and it had worked towards gender equity since the change. “Being a co-educational school, it is very important to us to ensure our students have strong female role models,” the spokesperson said. In Australia, the median base salary for a woman is 14.5 …

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Greens refloat plan to ban new developments in flood-prone areas

Loading In 2022, Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner would not be drawn on whether his LNP majority council was considering reinstating the scheme, saying while “not a silver bullet”, it needed to be looked at. The council’s 2022 flood recovery plan sought to also reassess land use in flood-prone areas, including commercial and industrial zones, to …

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Man charged after security guard dies in alleged assault at Sydney pub

A man has been charged after a security guard was allegedly fatally assaulted outside a Sutherland pub early this morning. Police were called to Royal Hotel Sutherland on East Parade in Sutherland, after the security guard was attacked around 2am today, and found the security guard unconscious. Officers were told he was allegedly punched in …

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Brisbane moves closer to electrifying its ferry fleet

Commuters could soon be travelling the Brisbane River on electric-powered ferries with the Schrinner council announcing plans to launch a clean cross-river service by 2027 if they retain power at the next election. The proposed electric or hybrid vessel would service the popular Bulimba to Teneriffe route, which clocked more than 170,000 trips in 2023. …

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Waste giant Bingo fined $30 million for cartel conduct

The former boss of waste management firm Bingo Industries will have to pay $100,000 and perform 400 hours of community service after admitting criminal cartel conduct over an illegal price-fixing scheme. The waste outfit also pleaded guilty to criminal cartel offences over the same scheme and was fined a combined $30 million. Daniel Tartak, the …

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Females booted from Greenough prison to ease crowding in men’s facilities

Statistics compiled by the union from Hakea staff over the past six months show there has been five indecent and sexual assaults, 177 physical assaults, 160 self-harm incidents, 12 attempted suicides, nine fires lit, 45 weapons found and four rooftop incidents. The union also recorded 28 incidents involving “chemical agents”, two deaths in custody and …

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Lion Yoo arrested over Steven, Min Cho deaths

The taekwondo master told medical staff that he had been attacked in a supermarket car park, prompting health officials to contact police. Concerned co-workers of Steven Cho, surprised that the diligent worker they called “the machine” was absent from work, alerted police on Tuesday morning. Police attended the Watkins Street home the Chos had shared …

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