Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - July, 2018
Adani has lodged a slimmed-down plan to expand the Abbot Point coal terminal.
PM was close to Reef money
More details have emerged about $443.8 million in reef funding that was awarded without a competitive tender process.
Lawyers slam sacking plans
Lawyers say the Queensland Government’s plan to sack the Ipswich City Council could breach fundamental human rights.
Manufacturing change urged
Australian manufacturing must innovate or be swallowed up in just a few short years, according to one expert.
Wealth report reveals big gap
A new report on wage equality finds Australia's richest 20 per cent own almost two thirds of country's wealth.
Alinta goes for green projects
Alinta Energy has called for expressions of interest for over 50 MW worth of renewable projects.
BHP offloading oil
BHP is moving to sell its onshore US oil and gas assets for a total of $14.2 billion.
China will find 5G role
Huawei says China will be involved in Australia’s 5G network regardless of potential government bans.
EV inaction called out
A Senate inquiry has heard Australian drivers could pay the price for inaction on electric vehicles.
Ice at work surveyed
Thousands of Australians turn up to work high on ice each day, a new report says.
Santos CSG reviews questioned
Santos has been accused of missing big points in a scientific review of its proposed 850-well Narrabri coal seam gas project.
Media giants to merge
Fairfax and Nine have announced a $4 billion merger that is being seen a blow to the standards of Australian media.
NAB to pay back advice fees
National Australia Bank will refund $67 million after overcharging superannuation customers.
Conflicts alleged in SA case
The former CEO of BioSA has gone on trial in the Adelaide District Court.
NDIS team to catch crooks
The Federal Government is setting up a 100-person task force to catch people trying to rip off the NDIS.
Secretive compo stacks up
Bureaucratic bungles are costing taxpayers millions each year in secret compensation payments.
NEG set to drive down bills
New modelling has found Australian households would save about $150 every year on their power bills under the NEG.