Click here to access eDIN 49th edition Newsletter for February 2018.
Welcome to Autumn as February came and went in its usual quick fashion. Personally I was slowed up with a foot injury so not as many out and about articles this month.
My key points this month; firstly I am very much enjoying the input of the new Federal Senator Jordon Steele-John who seems to be one of the few people making sense in Parliament this year. I highly recommend following his posts on Facebook.
Second thing to note is that I have made some subtle changes to formatting in the newsletter. This follows a conversation with our new NDCO colleague Ramona Mandy (vision impaired) who was kind enough to help me with some improvements regarding accessibility for eDIN. I have made some limited progress so far and look forward to more changes in the coming weeks.
Last thing to mention before I sign off is the breaking news from the NDIA in which they have announced, “NDIA accepts Independent Pricing Review recommendations.” There a 25 recommendations in all in which the NDIA have indicated an in principle support for all of them.
Thanks, Mark Cottee NDCO region 15, Northern Victoria