1. 20.09.2016
    by      In
    The Australian housing market is in a precarious position, and has “roughly six weeks” before a collapse of the market pulls the remarkable climb of the past few years into the dust.
    At least, that’s what an exclusive report from states, citing an article from the International... Read More
  2. 15.09.2016
    by      In
    A new wave of inspectors have completed the training needed to work as OH&S and Return to Work inspectors, and they're spreading out across the state of Victoria - keeping tabs on your business.
    Well, that's not quite true, as workplace inspectors' jobs go beyond just looking for  -and... Read More
  3. 13.09.2016
    by      In
    The world around us is rapidly changing, but one thing that never changes is the importance of maintaining a safe workplace.
    That’s why, for 24 years, WorkSafe has dedicated the whole month of October to Health and Safety, hosting events all across Victoria for the entirety of the month.
    WorkSafe... Read More
  4. 08.09.2016
    by      In
    The national construction industry turned down in August, along with the manufacturing industry at large. While some sub-sectors expanded, the overal trend was slight contraction.
    Ai Group Head of Policy, Peter Burn, said: “Very weak conditions in the house building sub-sector overshadowed the... Read More
  5. 06.09.2016
    by      In
    Ai Group has partnered with CSIRO to increase the number of industry professionals showcasing real-life science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) skills and careers in Australian schools.
    The association, which represents more than 60,000 businesses, has called on the industry to invest in... Read More
  6. 30.08.2016
    by      In
    As the global economy is redefined by new standards of connectivity, customer centricity and sustainability, the supply chain is under pressure to drive business transformation. In response, supply chain executives are strengthening their skills and leadership in order to succeed as the... Read More
  7. 30.08.2016
    by      In
    Australia’s politicians must put aside destructive partisan divides so that Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has the stability he needs to deliver a positive policy agenda and to lead the nation through global economic uncertainty.
    Australia has suffered from weak and unstable leadership for much of... Read More
  8. 25.08.2016
    by      In
    The Australian Submarine Corporation has begun a reduction to its workforce today as the Air Warfare Destroyers project moves into its next stage of production, beginning the predicted cut of 640 workers by the end of 2017.
    This follows only days after more positive news as $300 million worth of... Read More
  9. 23.08.2016
    by      In
    Scott Morrison has formally announced that the Chinese state-owned State Grid Corporation will not be allowed to lease Sydney's electrical grid in a deal worth $10 billion AUD, citing concerns of national interest.
    While this announcement has been met with accusations of xenophobia, or pandering to... Read More
  10. 18.08.2016
    by      In
    Despite fears of a post-Brexit plunge in the British economy, unemployment figures have begun to fall for the first time since February, despite an upswell in EU worker immigration.
    This data swings the balance against fears of an immediate recession, and of fears about a massive drop in the... Read More