Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - March, 2018
The AMA has warned private health insurers are moving to maximise profits and reduce care.
Councils sign deal for trade training
The Queensland Government has signed an MoU with the LGAQ to help attract international trade and investment.
Google backs off binary ads
Google says it will stop carrying advertisements for binary options trading and other risky financial schemes.
Hussar says DV leave too limited
The Fair Work Commission says five days' unpaid domestic violence leave is appropriate, but one prominent victim says it is not enough.
Call for more open Defence data
Analysts want the Defence Department's financial reporting be more transparent and straightforward.
Report plots wealth vs. welfare
Tax concessions for the wealthy cost the Commonwealth more than its four main welfare services combined, according to a new report.
ACCC seeks big fine rise
The ACCC says billion-dollar Australian companies must be fined more for breaching the law.
Childcare strike for federal funding
Childcare workers have walked off the job nationwide to protest against low wages.
FSC calls for super expansion
A finance lobby has called for an inquiry into the growing lack of superannuation.
Jail time for department scam
A man has been jailed for phishing data under the guise of an NT government department.
Telstra admits bill deception
Telstra has admitted thousands of customers may have been charged for content they did not mean to buy.
Adani water plans attacked
Adani's plan to drain billions of litres of groundwater could destroy one of the world's last unspoiled desert oases.
Grattan slams gold-plated power
A new report criticises several states for driving unnecessary investment in power networks ...
Green groups swamp Sydney
Thousands of protestors have taken to Sydney streets to call for more renewable energy.
Legal fight over cable fail looms
The Tasmanian Government wants compensation for the 2015 undersea power cable outage.
Banks face awkward questions
Big banks have been grilled at the financial services royal commission this week.