• Down to business on Australian wildlife

    WILDLIFE Queensland is reaching out to form Conservation Partnerships with businesses that have sustainability in their DNA. They want to attract a high-level Foundation Conservation Panel of business leaders  passionate about protecting Australian wildlife and habitat.

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  • Eight key things every SME must know about cyber security

    "IF YOU THINK cyber security is an IT issue, think again. Fast, " warns Peter Maynard, co-founder and CEO of Australian cyber risk management advisory firm, CyberMetrix.

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  • Australia Post saves planet and $10m every year

    AUSTRALIA POST is really pushing the envelope when it comes to the environmental sustainability of its business – cutting carbon emissions by 25 percent by 2020 and saving $10 million every year in the process.

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  • Australia can lead the world in sustainable seafood

    When people talk about seafood industry powerhouses, no one brings up Australia. But after learning about these innovators and researching this island continent’s potential, I really wonder, why not? - asks Monica Jain.

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  • Can Australia invest in Thailand's Eastern Economic Corridor?

    Thailand's Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) Development Project, aimed at enhancing the powerhouse industrial production region, could become a strategic magnet for Australian commercial and inter-governmental collaboration and investment.

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December 10, 2018

SMEs can reduce reporting – but must balance corporate health with compliance costs

MOVES by the Federal Government to reduce financial reporting and audit requirements for businesses have been welcomed by accountancy and audit experts – but businesses are being warned that costs associated with poor corporate governance may outweigh any reduction in compliance costs.

Pitcher Partners Brisbane partner, Dan Colwell said while there would…

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  • 10 Dec, 2018

    Recon Solutions tallies strong business plus community service growth

    Companies on the Move

    JUST ONE YEAR after Recon Solutions’ 50 percent acquisition by People Infrastructure (PI), the recruitment company is increasingly dominating in the ICT recruitment sector – and since the purchase, PI shares have more than doubled, from $1 to $2.30.

    Leading up to the acquisition, Recon Solutions consistently achieved 200…

  • 10 Dec, 2018

    Qld Resources Council backs AgForce call to keep ag. colleges open

    In Brief

    THE Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has backed a call from AgForce to keep the Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges at Longreach and Emerald running.

    QRC chief executive Ian Macfarlane said strong commodity prices, which are delivering record returns through existing royalty taxes, meant the Palaszczuk Government could…

  • 10 Dec, 2018

    Enosi disrupts big power companies through community energy programs

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    By Leon Gettler >>

    IMAGINE PEOPLE in a community engaging in peer-to-peer trading of energy. Or high schools that have 50 kilowatt systems on their roofs that sell their energy to parents during the school holidays.

    All of this is the work of Enosi, a not-for-profit foundation set up to disrupt big power companies with…

  • 08 Dec, 2018

    Sun Metals zinc refinery expands, adds jobs for Townsville

    Regional Economic Development

    THE Queensland Resources Council has welcomed a $300 million expansion of Sun Metals zinc refinery in Townsville which will create 350 construction jobs and 100 ongoing when complete.

    “The city of Townsville will reap the rewards of this investment including through the creation of much-needed jobs,” Quenland Resources Council…

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October 11, 2018

Junomojo platform helps cut through to everyday well-being

AN ONLINE hub to help busy people embrace health and wellness has been developed by business transformation and…

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Sun Metals zinc refinery expands, adds jobs for Townsville

THE Queensland Resources Council has welcomed a $300 million expansion of Sun Metals zinc refinery in Townsville which…


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Less pain and effort now it’s Ezy-As

For many, the arduous task of donning compression stockings can be frustrating. This is especially true if the wearer is living independently,…

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November 29, 2018

GHD Digital backs RCL with 100 hours of support

THE DIGITAL arm of global professional services group GHD is backing River City Labs (RCL) with 100 hours of voluntary service.

GHD’s support was…


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April 29, 2016

Ocular Robotics envisions the future

AUSTRALIAN company Ocular Robotics has been recognised as a ‘game changer’ organisation in the global robotics revolution.

Ocular Robotics, a New South Wales Leaders alumni member, was presented…


Creative Industries

October 14, 2018

Qld-designed and made activewear to change the game

DANIELLE LARKIN has shifted the goal posts with her d+k activewear range. For a start, she is playing a ‘home’ game.

Right from the kick-off, each…

Sports Business

November 27, 2018

Racing Queensland welcomes prize money increase for…

RACING Queensland chairman Steve Wilson has welcomed a State Government decision to make available funds for an immediate 17 percent prize money…

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September 07, 2018

ABC most trusted – Facebook most distrusted

AUSTRALIANS trust the ABC most and distrust Facebook the most, a new Roy Morgan media survey has revealed.

Conducted in May by Roy Morgan, the MEDIA…

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August 30, 2018

SPARK Deakin backs 10 startups for 2018

A PEER-TO-PEER designer clothing rental network and an online hub for custom-built artificial intelligence algorithms…

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September 06, 2018

CSIRO app gives farmers ‘grain’ of truth

AUSTRALIAN farmers can now forecast grain yield at the touch of a button, thanks to a new smart phone app developed by Australia’s national science…

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October 15, 2018

Sodexo partners with Foodbank to supply vital staple foods

SODEXO, a company specialising in ‘quality of life’ services, donated $32,000 to Australian Foodbank’s Key Staples Program – ahead of World Food Day…

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December 07, 2018

Artificial intelligence for Aussie businesses: start small, start now says ACS

ACS, the professional association for Australia’s ICT sector, has published a special report to help Australian businesses integrate artificial…

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September 06, 2018

Financial Planning: as explained by an Irishman in the Outback.

(A modern day take on an old joke, modified to protect the innocent …) Paddy bought a camel from a farmer for $100. The farmer agreed to deliver the…

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