LDC new centre supply steps lower in Q1 2021 as post COVID moderation continues

The growth in supply of new long day care (LDC) centres across Australia has continued to moderate post the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic with the latest Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) NQF Snapshot reporting a 3.3 per cent increase in centres, the lowest rate since Q1 2017.

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by Jason Roberts

Residents of the Town of Port Hedland invited to have their say on future of ECEC

Community members from the Town of Port Hedland have been invited to have a say about the future of childcare in the town as part of the community childcare survey, which closes at 11:59pm Monday 21 December.

5 months

by Freya Lucas

Augusta community forms committee to address increasing shortage of ECEC places

A band of residents living in the West Australian town of Augusta, which faces the Southern and Indian Oceans at Cape Leeuwin, 320 km south west of Perth have decided to form a committee to address an increasing shortage of childcare places in the region.

5 months

by Freya Lucas

NSW Government seeks feedback on proposal to streamline ECEC approval processes

The NSW Government is calling for feedback on proposals to “make it easier to meet demand for childcare and education facilities” and streamline planning approval processes for those facilities.

6 months

by Freya Lucas

104 place ECEC service given the go ahead in booming Perth suburb Eglinton

A recently approved $2.2 million early childhood education and care (ECEC) service could soon be under construction in the Perth suburb of Eglinton.

10 months

by Freya Lucas

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