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Economic Implications of an Ageing Australia

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No. Individual / Organisation Date Pages File/s
1
Nambucca Shire Council
16/07/2004 3
2
Richard Van Wyk
26/07/2004 1
3
Australian Dental Association Inc.
10/08/2004 8
4
Malabam Health Board
01/09/2004 6
5
Real Estate Institute of Australia Ltd
03/09/2004 16
6
Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
03/09/2004 2
7
Australians for an Ecologically Sustainable Population Inc %
09/09/2004 9
8
Northern Territory Government #
14/09/2004 71
9
The Australasian Centre on Ageing
14/09/2004 9
10
Dr Matthew Gray +
15/09/2004 23
11
Brotherhood of St Laurence #
15/09/2004 9
12
National Rural Health Alliance Inc.
20/09/2004 25
13
CPA Australia
20/09/2004 2
14
Shire of Campaspe
22/09/2004 9
15
Northern Territory Government
23/09/2004 2
16
Jeff Richardson - Monash University #
15/09/2004 12
17
Queensland Government #
27/09/2004 47
18
Australian Local Government Association #
27/09/2004 18
19
National Centre for Vocational Education Research Ltd
27/09/2004 8
20
Catholic Health Australia #
27/09/2004 13
21
ACT Government
29/09/2004 24
22
Securities Institute
04/10/2004 7
23
South Australian Government #
08/10/2004 37
24
Alzheimer's Australia #
08/10/2004 4
25
Social Market Economy Institute of Australia (SMEIA)
11/10/2004 30
26
Carers Australia
14/10/2004 10
27
ACOSS
15/10/2004 10
28
Volunteering Australia
25/10/2004 12
29
Victorian Government
16/11/2004 56
30
Nigel Fitzpatrick
22/10/2004 4
31
Nigel Fitzpatrick
25/10/2004 3
32
Medicines Australia
27/10/2004 7
33
Department of Industry, Tourism and Resources
02/11/2004 17
34
Nigel Fitzpatrick
02/11/2004 3
35
GlaxoSmithKline
03/11/2004 32
36
Australian Nursing Federation
08/11/2004 8
37
Nigel Fitzpatrick
08/11/2004 8
38
Nigel Fitzpatrick
12/11/2004 2
39
Western Australian Government
15/11/2004 38
40
Tasmanian Government
17/11/2004 44
41
Brian and Veronica Spillane
17/11/2004 1   
42
National Healthcare Alliance
18/11/2004 7
43
Municipal Association of Victoria
18/11/2004 11
DR44
Engineers Australia
23/11/2004 16
DR45
NSW Government
29/11/2004 42
DR46
Richard Ure
30/11/2004 2
DR47
Nigel Fitzpatrick
30/11/2004 17
DR48
Nigel Fitzpatrick
08/12/2004 6
DR49
John Paterson
16/12/2004 14   
DR50
ABARE
04/01/2005 10
DR51
Alan Hall
11/01/2005 7
DR52
City of Salisbury
13/01/2005 3
DR53
Victorian Health Promotion Foundation
01/02/2005 4
DR54
University of NSW
08/02/2005 6
DR55
Alzheimer's Australia
10/02/2005 3
DR56
Combined Pensioners and Superannaunts Association of NSW Inc
10/02/2005 10
DR57
COTA National Seniors Partnership
11/02/2005 13
DR58
Northern Territory Treasury
15/02/2005 6
DR59
Queensland Nurses' Union #
15/02/2005 7
DR60
CPA Australia
15/02/2005 36
DR61
Deptartment of Family and Community Services
15/02/2005 7
DR62
South Australian Government
15/02/2005 13
DR63
ACROD Limited
15/02/2005 5
DR64
NSW Commission for Children and Young People
23/02/2005 22
DR65
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia
23/02/2005 15
DR66
Queensland Government
23/02/2005 5
DR67
Mercer Human Resource Consulting
23/02/2005 21
DR68
Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
25/02/2005 26
DR69
Tasmanian Government
01/03/2005 15
DR70
WA Department of Treasury and Finance
03/02/2005 5
DR71
Dept Employment and Workplace Relations
14/03/2005 28
DR72
Australian Nursing Federation
16/03/2005 7
DR73
Investment & Financial Services Association Ltd
17/03/2005 7
DR74
Jeff Richardson
23/03/2005 5