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Equal Time June 2019 

Read the June 2019 e-newsletter

Community: Good Service Mob in Menindee


The Good Service Mob visited Menindee last month. The information forum discussed topics on discrimination, harassment, employment, tenancy, legal rights, free complaint handling services and other services on offer for the local community.

  • A T Kearney
  • Australian Partnership of King & Wood Mallesons
  • Bathurst Regional Council
  • LiveBetter Services Limited trading as LiveBetter Community Services
  • Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia Incorporated
  • University of New England
  • University of New South Wales

See details of current section s. 126 exemptions

  • Women's Health NSW

See details of current section s. 126a exemptions

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