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ATO commits to supporting small ECEC services to be healthy, wealthy and wise

The Australian Tax Office (ATO) “understands that the pressure of meeting tax and super obligations can contribute to mental health issues for small business owners and offers a range of support to businesses who are struggling,” ATO Deputy Commissioner Deborah Jenkins said at a recent small business forum.

2 hours ago

by Freya Lucas

Charter Hall Education Trust upbeat about ECEC prospects in half year report

Charter Hall Education Trust (CQE), the ASX listed real estate investment trust specialising in early education centres formerly known as Folkestone Education Trust, has released its half year report in which it sounds an upbeat note on sector fundamentals despite reporting a dip in statutory profits.

3 hours ago

by Jason Roberts

ECA Central Coast hosts roundtable political forum ahead of NSW election

Over 60 early childhood education and care (ECEC) professionals gathered at Mingara earlier this week to hear from local candidates ahead of the NSW election, to be held on 23 March 2019.

a day ago

by Freya Lucas

If you build it, they will come: rural community seeking childcare solutions

Parents and families in the rural South Australian town of Padthaway have spoken out about the challenges of extensive commutes for working families in rural areas to access childcare, and the challenge of finding viable alternatives to care in small communities.

a day ago

by Freya Lucas

Bright Horizons Family Solutions report steady growth in all divisions in 2018

Bright Horizons Family Solutions, a US based provider of child care, early education and other services has released its financial results for 2018 in which it reports a 9 per cent increase in revenues and 16 per cent increase in income from operations.

2 days ago

by Jason Roberts