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Democrats have been seeking a deal to protect so called Dreamers. About 700,000 of them have been shielded against deportation by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, which Trump halted last year. He’s given lawmakers until early March to pass legislation restoring the protections, but he’s demanded added money for his proposed border wall with Mexico as a price..
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Well, demographically, things have moved on. It’s not so much there’s a “lack” [of children] so much as the reality of fewer children is just what it is. We can’t go back to having our schools filled I suppose we could, but I just don’t know what sort of magic we’d need to do it.
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The Raffle, previously called The Sticker Draw, will offer prizes donated by several community businesses and individuals. Tickets, which are $5 and include the $2 admission to Mayfest, are available from members, at the auxiliary’s Gift Corner and Breakaway Caf at St. Martha’s, The Plum Tree and Granny’s Antiques and, on some days, the Antigonish Sobeys and Atlantic Superstore locations..
“We are confident our website will become the definitive jobs and careers resource for the region thanks to the option of free job advertisements and ease of use for jobseekers,” said Mr Dow, former Economic Services Manager at the Sunshine Coast Council. The difference is, it’s 100 per cent about local jobs being easy to access in one central location and it offers free job ads for local business, as well as economical’featured job ads’and employer branding packages.”We are delighted to have significant stakeholders such as TAFE Queensland East Coast and The Work Shop come on board as major partners so early on in the piece and we are in negotiations with a number of other potential partners looking to support the site,” Mr O’Brien said.”Many of our graduates find it hard to keep up with the jobs available locally and are aware that many jobs get filled via word of mouth due to advertising of positions being expensive and time consuming,” Ms Boyce said.”The risk is that many jobseekers, particularly the younger ones, then leave the region to go to Brisbane or other major metropolitan areas in the search for employment.”Being a major partner alongside the TAFE Queensland East Coast demonstrates regional collaboration, which is important given the regional partnerships that currently support TWS. It will also assist in promoting TWS to a wider audience of local jobseekers who are interested in a career in construction,” Mr McShea said.Mayor Mark Jamieson who spoke at the breakfast launch said he supported all worthwhile means to assist local people into employment.”One of the questions I am most frequently asked by residents is ‘Why do my children have to leave the Sunshine Coast to get quality education and employment?'” Mr Jamieson said.”I am determined to ensure our economy becomes more sustainable, delivering more jobs for our community and I support all organisations who can lend a hand in that endeavour.”A limited number of partnership opportunities still exist for those businesses looking to have a presence on the website for more information please contact Anthony Dow on 0400 435 332..