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This decision was made succeeding vital industry, Member and public feedback. We trust this is a step in the correct direction for our Association and the industry. A Master Plumber evolved from a journeyman (tradesman) to a Master only after completion of additional training and experience, and was then able to employ journeymen and apprentices. The Master Plumbers Association in South Australia was formed in 1895 as a united body of these employers established to negotiate with the industry union. That role continued almost unchanged until the premature 1990’s with the introduction of Enterprise Bargaining Agreements. Since that time the association’s industrial relations' role has significantly diminished. As the association developed it introduced a number of different services as the need arose for its members, and of course to entice new members. Our services to Members include Free Access to online Plumbing Gas Standards, Award and Wage Advice, Referrals to members of the public looking for plumbers, our Plumbing SA Magazine, Member discounts from various providers, including phone deals, health plans, Eyre deals, fleet discount, insurance, labor wear, tools, and much more. The plumbing industry's apprentice group training division. Being an industry leader and focal point for the public and industry. Having greater input and oversee of training from apprentices to business operators. Providing business promote for our members. Providing advice and protecting the community as appropriate. Enhancing existing, and developing additional benefits and services for members. Membership of the Association is a privilege. Members are expected to conduct their business in accordance with this Code of Ethics to maintain the highest standards of business conduct. It is the duty of all Members of the Association to strive for the improvement of the trade through the development of personal and business standards which are the basis of all good trading conditions.

This draft plan represents a feasible way we can labor with industry and the community to create the right environment for sustainable growth. We are the end state to have such a Council, as we were the final State in the country to recognize Aboriginal peoples as Tasmania’s Beginning People in our Constitution. There are 8,400 more Tasmanian now in work than there were at the time of the election. And in fair a few years it’s achieving meaningful results. And if you want a demonstration of how the responsibility of Government is best placed with the Liberal Party, then look at Tasmania. We are able to invest more into essential services like health, education and public safety. We are building Tasmania’s future by working with the community and business sectors to deliver results. This year, year four, is about building our future. Responding to this demand, and building a health system for the future, is only conceivable with the budget back on track. This will make people in our communities safer, and build Tasmania’s future. We have a year to go in this term in government, and we are focused only on delivering our long term Plan our Plan to build Tasmania’s future. The Liberal Party in Tasmania already has a elated record of political 'firsts' for women. A beginning for a Tasmanian Government, and it’s working. And the federal election also reminded us of what’s important to Tasmanian, the things that we need to retain focusing on. But as well as managing these crises, we’ve also got on with the job of delivering our plan, the plan that we developed back in Opposition, that we’re implementing in Government, the road map for our Government, the plan to deliver a brighter future for Tasmania, to maintain the growth in our economy, to promote more jobs for Tasmanian, to get the budget back on track and to deliver the set of standards and services that Tasmanian need and deserve. And it’s a plan that’s delivering results. Not Governments, but Governments are there to support business, and that’s what we’ll do. But we, as a Government, a Liberal Government, are investing more into our schools and into our hospitals and into supporting vulnerable Tasmanian. It’s taken a Liberal Government to implement this, and it will improve the health system for all Tasmanian. What’s maximum imperative to us is what we deliver for the people of Tasmania. We are a Liberal Government that’s focused on health and education and supporting Tasmanian in need. We are changing how the nation and the world see us. There’s further labor we will be doing with this sector, but this is a clear demonstration of what can be achieved when industry and training providers work together. It’s not impartial those responsible for children who are failing children are also being let down by the system that’s in store to save them.

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Veterans, ex serving men and women and their families. We pay appreciation for their sacrifices and actions that have defined and protected what it means to be Australian. Parents, partners and children, who’ve suffered at home while their loved one's battle for our country in foreign lands. Final year, on a very special Anzac Day, we came together to mark 100 years since our troops landed on the shores of Gallipoli Peninsula. It was a rough lesson about the scale and intensity of warfare on the Western Front. Every campaign in which we have been involved is filled with countless stories of astounding valor and sacrifice today I will highlight the feats of two distinguished Australians. Both volunteered to protect their country and our way of life. Almost a hundred years later, Cameron Baird swore allegiance to our Country and was 19 when he was sent to East Timor as piece of the TANAGER operation. Leading a audacious counter attack, Whittle rallied his men and charged the opponent to regain their position. Later, and with his platoon suffering dense casualties, Whittle spotted the rival positioning a machine gun. He succeeded in fatal the entire crew and bringing back the machine gun to our position. His actions and those of every Australian and New Zealand soldier who served during WWI, would define our country, through the spirit of Anzac. Corporal Baird led his team to neutralism the positions, deadly six foe combatants. Without hesitation, Corporal Baird led his team to provide support. On three partition occasions Corporal Baird charged an opponent held building. On the third time, he selflessly drew enemy fire away from his team. The foe was neutralized and the advantage was regained, but Corporal Baird was killed in the effort. He will be always remembered by his mates and the soldiers he served. A century turned between their wars, the foe changed and so did the battlefield and means of warfare. Beating strong in the heart of both men was a resolve to protect Australia and our way of life, and to put their mates and their country ahead of themselves. Despite time’s many changes, the Anzac spirit has endured, and it will triumph for generations to come. I believe that it is appropriate and urgent that on Anzac Day, and indeed throughout the year we observe and present thanks to people like John Whittle and Cameron Baird and the hundreds of thousands who have served our nation at time of war. Not to glorify war, but to commemorate those valiant souls who were piece of it a hundred years ago, and to remember those who are there today. We dignify their service, their valor and their sacrifice, and that of their families. White again fails to precede on tougher sentences for sexual offenses against children. New ship for King Island apt by the final of this year.

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