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Ngāi Tahu Holdings Chief Executive Mike Sang has today announced his resignation, after nearly seven years in the role and a decade working for the iwi. Mr Sang will remain Chief Executive until 20 March 2020, to allow time for a recruitment process to take place and a smooth transition to new leadership.

Brisbane marketing guru Mark Olsen is the new boss of Tourism Tropical North Queensland.

A s.318 (Application for an order relating to instruments covering new employer and transferring employees) by James Thorne/Jetstar Airways Pty Ltd has been approved by Fair Work Commissioner Yilmaz in Melbourne on 14 August 2019. James Thorne was previously employed as a Captain by Eastern Australia Airlines under the Eastern Australia Airlines Pty Limited Pilots Enterprise Agreement 2015. Mr Thorne applied for and was offered a full-time position as First Officer at Jetstar subject to an order from the Fair Work Commission that the transferable instrument would not apply to Mr Thorne’s employment at Jetstar.

An application by Thorne & Jetstar Airways Pty Ltd (s.318 – Application for an order relating to instruments covering new employer and transferring employees) will be the preserve of Commissioner Yilmaz in chambers in Melbourne.

Sydney Trains is again facing a s.394 (Application for unfair dismissal remedy) this time in the company of Commissioner McKenna in Hearing Room 12-2 – Level 12 in Sydney (Brooker).

A s.159 (Alteration of other rules of organisation) sought by Club Managers’ Association Australia has been ratified by Murray Furlong in Melbourne on 14 August 2019.

An application for approval of the Merlin Entertainment Pty Ltd Agreement 2018 (s.185 – Application for approval of a single-enterprise agreement) will be determined by Fair Work Commissioner Johns in Hearing Room 4 in Brisbane.

A s.185 (Enterprise agreement) application from Menzies Aviation (Ground Services) Australia Pty Ltd for the Menzies Aviation (Sydney and Melbourne) Customer Service Enterprise Agreement 2019 has been ratified by Fair Work Commissioner Harper-Greenwell sitting in Melbourne on 12 August 2019.