Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - March, 2017
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull wants to jail union officials and employers who make illegitimate secret payments.
QCoal makes corruption claim
Queensland mining company QCoal’s managing director has lodged corruption claims.
Bank builds lab for cyber fight
CommBank has partnered with the University of New South Wales to develop a centre of expertise for cyber security ...
Fossil fuel ruling looms
The energy industry has just a few weeks until the review of the petroleum resource rent tax (PRRT) is released.
QLD leaders fly to fight for coal
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has brought a gaggle of rural mayors to India to push for the Carmichael mine.
Alinta sale ends IPO plans
Western Australia's largest gas retailer Alinta Energy has been sold to a Hong Kong-based company.
ASIC cracking down on lending
ASIC says it is going through Australian banks to crack down on dodgy mortgage lending practices.
BCA says services set to suffer
The BCA says serious budget repair is needed to avoid big cuts to social services and living standards.
Growers fear anti-global push
Some key non-mining industries are concerned about the rise of protectionism.
SA surges to power fix
The South Australian government has unveiled a $550 million plan to tame the state’s power supplies and prices.
Unions want dues after WA win
Labor has secured a resounding win in WA, and now unions want their dues.
Fines rising for emissions cheat
Volkswagen has pleaded guilty to fraud, obstruction of justice and falsifying statements ...
FOI reveals NDIS chaos
Documents obtained under freedom-of-information show almost no-one was ready when the nationwide NDIS rollout began.
Reforms aim to keep internet open
One of the internet’s founding fathers says tech giants must fight fake news.
Retailers revel in feed-in fees
Experts say the collapse of solar tariffs is giving suppliers a great deal.
Oil fund considers degreasing
Companies engaging in unethical practices - including polluting, corruption and human rights abuses – could soon face divestment.