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Senator Sherry had already said he would not contest the next election, but has decided to bring forward the date of his retirement...Senator Sherry has served in the Federal Parliament for nearly 22 years and spent 14 years on the Labor frontbench.
Story continues below The reshuffle comes as a Nielsen poll showed the coalition boosting its two-party lead over Labor by two points to 57-43 per cent and Opposition Leader Tony Abbott with a four-point lead as preferred prime minister. Mr Swan said
The Minister for Small Business, Senator Nick Sherry, says the MyBizShield iPad app gives business owners access to emergency planning information anytime, anywhere. MyBizShield makes it easier for small business owners to protect their livelihood
National Business Dispute Resolution Moves Closer Nick Sherry posted Thursday, 22 September 2011 A national approach for small businesses to resolve their disputes is a step closer with the release today of a report summarising their views on how a
Our proposed national registration system will mean businesses pay one fee and face only one process to register their business name nationally, the Minister for Small Business Minister, Senator Nick Sherry, said. Businesses currently face different
Letters will begin going out tomorrow to more than 680,000 small businesses to let them know about how they could be taking advantage of the free and simple way of making superannuation contributions. Human Services Minister, Tanya Plibersek MP, said
Senator Sherry told delegates to the Aviation Outlook Australia Pacific Conference in Sydney on Thursday that the average increase in domestic airfares after a price on carbon was introduced on July 1 next year would be $2 per ticket. "You could be
Story continues below Nick Sherry ... "I think in five years, other than a few specialist booksellers in capital cities, we will not see a bookstore, they will cease to exist.'' Photo: Erin Jonasson He was surprised Senator Sherry would use
Story continues below I think in five years, other than a few specialist booksellers in capital cities we will not see a bookstore, they will cease to exist,'' Senator Sherry said today in Canberra. Senator Sherry also stressed that online trading
Australia's economy is going to prosper, Small Business Minister Nick Sherry has warned. Eleven per cent of small businesses are operating without a desktop PC, almost a quarter don't use standard mobiles, and 45 per cent don't have smart phones.