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Participants of the Miss Mysa Event training course with MYSA CEO Tamara Stewart-Jones, Community Corporate founder Carmen Garcia and Federal Assistant Minister for Science, Jobs and Innovation Zed Seselja. Photo: Supplied
Business

Event planning company sparks job hopes for young refugees

Seven former refugees living in Adelaide have forged new careers as event planners after undertaking an Australian-first training course aimed at curbing the high rate of refugee youth unemployment.

Opinion

Death of the ‘Fair Go’

Evidence of widespread wage theft and revelations of a rotten culture in the nation’s financial sector point to a social contract in tatters – and will leave a lasting legacy of distrust and decay, writes Malcolm King.