Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - February, 2023
ASIC is, for the first time, taking a company to court over claims of ‘greenwashing’.
Pollution toll tallied
Experts estimate that vehicle emissions could cause over 11,000 deaths a year.
PS leader laments
A former leader of the public service has blamed the former Coalition government for Australia’s “hollowed out” public sector.
STEMM stories gathered
Women in STEMM report experiencing harassment, abuse, systemic sexism, imposter syndrome and the gender pay gap.
Conflict costs measured
British scientists have calculated how much the war in Ukraine has affected global energy prices.
Union seeks coal security
Unions want job security for coal mine workers affected by BHP’s sale announcement.
Witness J insight sought
Remarks made in the sentencing of former intelligence officer Witness J could be released.
ACCC shows NBN input
The ACCC has published the submissions received about NBN Co’s proposed regulation changes.
ASIC takes action on RACQ
ASIC has launched a lawsuit against RACQ, one of Australia's major customer-owned institutions ...
Inflation report shifts blame
New research suggests the main driver for inflation in Australia is excess corporate profits, not wages.
Wage slide recorded
New stats show Australians experienced the largest real wage decline on record in 2022.
Legal change to spare elections
The South Australian government is changing the law to prevent dozens of councillors from losing their positions.
Medibank details hack loss
According to recent reports, Medibank is expected to suffer losses of around $26 million for the first half of the year ...
Tech firms probed on safety
Tech giants are being called to report on their measures for keeping children safe.
Bias seen in PEP-11 rejection
A judge has ruled that former prime minister Scott Morrison's decision to reject a gas exploration licence off the coast of New South Wales was “infected by apprehended bias”.
Green path laid for industry
An expert consultation process has laid out a path to decarbonisation in Australia.
Ampol hit for tax arrangement
Ampol has agreed to pay $157 million to settle a long-running dispute over its use of a Singaporean marketing hub.