Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - November, 2022
Around 1,000 jobs have been cut as part of a Services Australia contractor cull.
IR support secured
The Albanese government’s IR laws are set to pass parliament after a deal with the crossbench.
Reef risks danger listing
The UN has again raised concerns over the state of the Great Barrier Reef.
Coal claims defended
Local MPs are rushing to defend the coal industry against claims of fudged numbers.
EV bill passes Senate
A bill to cut the costs of electric vehicles for employers has passed through the Senate.
Japan joins lobby's line
A Japanese ambassador has joined the campaign against Queensland coal royalty hike.
Morrison ministries slammed
An official report has savaged former PM Scott Morrison’s secret self-appointment to multiple ministries.
State settles PCH fight
The WA Government has reached a confidential settlement over a $300 million Perth Children's Hospital lawsuit.
UK blocks Chinese gear
The British government is restricting the use of Chinese surveillance cameras over security fears.
US bans alleged spy tech
The US government has banned approvals of new telecommunications equipment from China's Huawei Technologies and ZTE.
US bill could harm local goals
Investors say a new US law could crush Australia’s hydrogen superpower dreams.
New measures for small lenders
The Federal Government is seeking to regulate the “buy now pay later” industry.
Robodebt defence covered
Taxpayers will foot the bill for the legal defence of the previous federal government against robodebt issues.
Court hears Folbigg findings
DNA experts have addressed a hearing into Kathleen Folbigg’s convictions for killing her four children.
Experts release annual review
CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology have released the State of the Climate Report 2022.
Light shines on cop culture
A new report highlights issues of misogyny and racism within the Queensland Police Service (QPS).