NEWS HR

Fitness Australia has today announced the appointment of Barrie Elvish as its new Chief Executive.

Troy and Jenni McNeish have taken over the reins of Sunland Group’s 233-townhouse luxury residential community, The Pavilions at Peregian Springs. The husband and wife management team recently relocated their family to the Sunshine Coast from Terrigal on the New South Wales Central Coast, after inking a deal with the master developer to run the luxury estate, which was built for $80 million and launched in 2015. Troy and Jenni are no strangers to managing large residential communities. For 14 years, they held management rights to High Park Tower, a 21-storey high rise with 220 apartments, 30 offices and five retail shops, located in the heart of Chatswood, New South Wales.

L C Dyson’s Bus Service Pty Ltd is facing a s.604 (Appeal of decisions) before the Full Bench in Hearing Room 15-1 Level 15 in Sydney at 2pm (McMahon).

Q Catering Limited will defend a s.394 (Application for unfair dismissal remedy) before Fair Work Senior Deputy President Hamberger in the Fair Work Commission Terrace Tower 80 William Street East Sydney (Petrunic).

Former Crown prosecutor Sally Ozolins has been appointed the Territory’s acting Director-General of Licensing until the NT’s new Liquor Act comes into force. Ms Ozolins was the Deputy Director-General of Licensing and has stepped into the top job for six months following the departure of long-time NT public servant Cindy Bravos Ms Bravos was appointed Director-General of Licensing ion October 1, 2015. The commencement of the Licensing (Director-General) Act 2014 on January 1, 2015 created the position of the Director-General of Licensing when the Northern Territory Licensing Commission Act was repealed. Policeman Mr Séan Parnell was appointed as the first Director-General of Licensing for the Northern Territory and served in that position until Mrs Bravos’ appointment. The Director-General of Licensing role was created by the former Country Liberal Party after it disbanded the NT Liquor Commission. Outgoing Liquor Commission chair Richard O’Sullivan was highly critical of the CLP’s decision at the time.

Virgin Australia Airlines is set to defend a s.394 (Application for unfair dismissal remedy) in front of Commissioner Booth in his Brisbane Chambers (Khattabi).

An application by Tiger Airways Australia Pty Ltd (s.240 – Application to deal with a bargaining dispute) will be determined by Fair Work Deputy President Colman in Conference Room C in Brisbane.

Tourism Australia’s chief marketing officer Lisa Ronson is set to leave the organisation in March to become the CMO of Coles.