Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - March, 2021
The SA Liberal Government has been criticised for funnelling web traffic through its own data-harvesting platform.
Mint marks Indigenous service
The Royal Australian Mint has launched a new coin commemorating Indigenous men and women who have served in the military.
Report reveals deep pork barrel
A NSW community grants program has been labelled “a brazen pork-barrel scheme”.
Senator slammed for gender stances
The new Assistant Women’s Minister has been accused of undermining survivors of sexual assault.
WA beef money questioned
Political donations appear to have influenced the outcome of a development application in WA.
Academy calls for carbon efforts
Australia’s scientific community has called on the Morrison Government to aim for net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Billions back Barossa gas
Santos says it is getting the money together to develop a major new gas field off the coast of Darwin.
Food apps slapped with safety warning
NSW authorities have slammed major food delivery platforms for ignoring worker safety.
Long hours linked to heart risk
Working long hours appears to increase the chances of a second heart attack.
Suez ship freed
A traffic jam is beginning to clear after a giant container ship blocked Egypt's Suez Canal for almost a week.
Trustee slammed over fees
The Queensland Public Trustee has been criticised for its high fees and charges, but denies profiting from clients.
Ad-hoc energy scheme flawed
The Department of Industry's $10 million reliable energy infrastructure grants program has been found to be flawed.
AEMO reports on future shortage
A new gas import terminal could help Australia avoid a looming gas shortage.
NAIF aimed at new areas
The Federal Government wants to modify a major investment scheme, and could use it to underwrite new fossil fuel projects.
Nine suffers cyber attack
Channel Nine’s live broadcasts were disrupted by a cyber attack over the weekend.
Pipe life cut short
The expected lifespan of Australia’s longest natural gas pipeline has been slashed.
Rooftop export fee suggested
Regulators have proposed charging Australians with rooftop solar panels for exporting electricity to the grid.
Scrapped support to hurt poorest
Australia’s Treasury estimates up to 150,000 jobs may be lost this week as government wage support ends.
Business schools changing focus
Business schools are responding to the increasing lack of Chinese markets.