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ACT Catholic early learning centres consider shuffle of enrolment hours from 2022

From 2022, the eight early learning facilities operated by the Canberra-Goulburn Archdiocese in the Australian Capital Territory will only offer children care from either 8am to 5.30pm or from 9am to 3pm, with parents “locked into” arrangements for the whole year regardless if their circumstances change, local news source The Canberra Times has reported.

3 months

by Freya Lucas

Hubs help NSW schools meet increasing demand for out of school hours care places

An innovative scheme initiated by the New South Wales Government is delivering buildings custom designed for before and after school part of its Before and After School Care election commitment.

5 months

by Freya Lucas

Burgess Rawson strikes note of optimism as it readies for first portfolio auction of 2021

Burgess Rawson, the early childhood education and care (ECEC) focused real estate and business broker, has confirmed that 2021 started strongly with interest from both buyers and sellers as the momentum from 2020 continues.

6 months

by Jason Roberts

Cobar families struggle as the town’s only LDC service closes abruptly

The unexpected departure of a number of early childhood education and care (ECEC) staff in the western New South Wales town of Cobar has caused the town’s only long day care (LDC) service to close with little notice, leaving the 40 families who rely on the service in a difficult situation, the ABC has reported.

8 months

by Freya Lucas

Rio Tinto to develop ECEC facility in Tom Price, in partnership with Council

Anglo-Australian multinational metals and mining company, Rio Tinto, has committed funding to support the Shire of Ashburton to develop a new “state-of-the-art childcare centre” in Tom Price, Western Australia.

2 years

by Freya Lucas

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