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Educators, ECT's and Trainees who are currently earning minimum wages from the Children's Services Award 2010 or the Educational Service Teachers Award, 2010 will now receive a 3.5% pay increase from the first full pay period.
There has been an increase in boutique style services across Australia, which offer state of the art facilities from daily yoga sessions, to language classes and meals cook by a qualified chef.
In a $200 million giveaway by NSW Government to families, NSW will become the first state to pay for three-year-olds to go to preschool.
Two-year-old Lachlan Mitchell was left unsupervised for seven minutes in his Perth FDC service where he was found face down in the water on November 9th, 2015.
A new scientific study that aims to end the so-called reading wars has found that phonics is an essential foundation in the early stages of learning to read.
The Fair Work Ombudsman is taking legal action against a Sydney childcare operator that allegedly failed to pay two migrant workers for a year of work.
A childcare worker has been banned for working with children after her husband allegedly hit a hit a four-year-old boy in their care, at the New South Wales Family Dare Care Service on July 18, 2016.
The Fair Work Commission has announced a 3.5% increase in minimum wages following its 2018 Annual Wage Review. The increase will apply to base rates of pay from the first full pay period starting on or after 1 July 2018.
The Metro South Health Public Health Unit has confirmed a case of measles, in a child in the Brisbane area. The person was in a number of locations whilst unknowingly infectious. Residents in the Brisbane and Logan areas in particular…
A jury has found a kindergarten teacher in far north Queensland not guilty of inappropriately touching a four-year-old boy in his care at a daycare centre.
Stacey Willett, from Queensland's Mackay, has revealed the terrifying moment she discovered her 18-month-old daughter Aurora swallowed a dummy in her sleep. Only realising the little girl had ingested the plastic product after they found it in her nappy the…
To help attract more students, the NSW government will cover 75 percent of TAFE course fees for Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, which should deliver a $5000 saving.
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