Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - June, 2020
Australia's largest insurance company says farmers with coal seam gas (CSG) infrastructure on their property will not be covered for public liability.
Green 'lawfare' denied
Research suggests major developments are not regularly held up because of legal challenges to environmental approvals.
HomeBuilder stalls early
The Federal Government still does not have agreement for its $25,000 HomeBuilder subsidy scheme.
Managers tapped for help
With thousands of Australians still working from home, researchers have looked at ways to preserve mental health in the new environment.
Atlassian plans wood HQ
Australian tech firm Atlassian has announced plans to build the world's tallest hybrid timber tower for its new headquarters.
Big boost for eSafety office
The Federal Government says a $10 million boost to the eSafety Commissioner’s budget will help local cyber safety.
Coal firms getting collective
A mining lobby and coalition of coal producers could be authorised to collectively negotiate with the Port of Newcastle.
Fitbit bid questioned
Regulators are concerned about the amount of data Google would have access to if its buys Fitbit.
Fletcher defends NGA cuts
Arts Minister Paul Fletcher has defended job cuts at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA).
ISPs in court over speed claims
Dodo and iPrimus are being taken to court for alleged misleading broadband speed claims.
Rio reviews destruction
Rio Tinto has launched a review into how it destroyed two sacred Aboriginal sites.
Scams swindle $630m
Scammers used new technologies to rip about $630 million off Australians last year.
Tech heads set on seas
CSIRO and Microsoft are partnering to tackle plastic waste and illegal fishing.
Union says metals hinge on plan
The ACTU says the Federal Government is putting the metals industry at risk with its lack of any emissions policy.
Big finds expected from SKA
Australia will soon be home to half of the most sensitive telescope ever.
Female CEOs bring millions
New research shows Australian companies do better when they have more women in leadership.