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Our Media 2018-05-16T09:21:16+00:00
  • Push for industrial manslaughter penalties
    by feedsy on July 18, 2018 at 9:48 am

    Matt Coughlan(Australian Associated Press)   Bosses should face 20 years in jail and $20 million in fines if they are found to be responsible for workplace deaths, unions say. The Australian Council of Trade Unions Congress voted on a motion calling on federal and state governments to introduce industrial manslaughter laws to hold company directors […]

  • Thousands opt out of e-health record
    by feedsy on July 18, 2018 at 9:48 am

    (Australian Associated Press)   About 20,000 opted out of Australia’s electronic health record system on the first day of a three-month opt-out window despite website glitches. Almost six million people have signed up for a My Health Record – a digital medical history – over its six years of operations. But there are fresh concerns […]

  • Underwater graveyard plan for Gold Coast
    by feedsy on July 18, 2018 at 9:48 am

    Ed Jackson(Australian Associated Press)   Sleeping with the fishes may not be as sinister as it sounds if a Gold Coast plan for an underwater graveyard gets the green light. The city council is considering a proposal to create an underwater memorial reef as a way to address a shortage of burial plots in Australia’s […]

  • Income tax continues to do heavy lifting
    by feedsy on July 18, 2018 at 9:48 am

    Paul Osborne(Australian Associated Press)   The federal budget will become more reliant on personal income tax revenue as other sources dwindle and no action is taken on reaping more from gas and mining firms, a new report says. The Parliamentary Budget Office on Wednesday released an analysis of the tax system since 2001 and some […]

  • Australia to decide which towns get bigger
    by feedsy on July 18, 2018 at 9:48 am

    Angus Livingston(Australian Associated Press)   Australia needs to decide which towns will become big cities in the next 50 years as the population grows, the national infrastructure boss says. As politicians debate migration, international students and temporary workers, Infrastructure Australia chief executive Philip Davies says a “national settlement plan” is needed. “We need to get […]

  • CEO paypackets hit record high
    by feedsy on July 18, 2018 at 9:48 am

    Peter Trute(Australian Associated Press)   The paypackets of CEOs at Australia’s 100 biggest companies have swollen to their fattest since before the global financial crisis, a new study shows. After years of relative restraint, CEOs have enjoyed a surge in bonus payments that boosted their average reported pay to $5.5 million in 2017 – levels […]

  • Maccas to ditch plastic straws by 2020
    by feedsy on July 18, 2018 at 9:48 am

    Julia Carlisle(Australian Associated Press)   Australians will soon be slurping their McDonald’s thickshakes through paper straws after the company announced it would phase out plastic straws over the next two years. Environmentalists say the move is a step in the right direction. A trial of paper straws will start in August in two outlets, the […]

  • Safely removing a tree from your property
    by feedsy on July 18, 2018 at 9:48 am

    (Your Loan Hub) Established trees can enhance a property, so tree removal is generally a last resort. Given that  a tree is a living organism – often a large and very heavy one – specialist skills are required even for partial removal jobs. Safe tree removal involves more than just a chainsaw and a couple of […]

  • Coal makes way for renewables, batteries
    by feedsy on July 18, 2018 at 9:48 am

    By Paul Osborne(Australian Associated Press)   Coal-fired power could make up as little as six per cent of Australia’s electricity generation by 2040, under a proposed new plan. The Australian Energy Market Operator says a combination of solar, wind, storage, gas and transmission investment could produce the 90 TWh of energy needed each year to […]

  • Econosights – Should we worry about emerging markets?
    by feedsy on July 11, 2018 at 11:38 am

    (AMP Capital)6 July 2018 Key Points Emerging market equities have performed poorly since the beginning of the year. More recently, trade tensions between the US and China, a rising US dollar and issues in individual emerging market economies have hit emerging markets. The last emerging market downturn was in 2015 on the back of Chinese […]

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