“The welcome announcement that the Federal Government intends to bring forward the small business tax cuts will boost investment and employment with these benefits spread widely across the Australian economy,” Australian Industry Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox, said.
Trailer manufacturer, MaxiTRANS, has raised $11,982.09 for mental health awareness via a campaign for ‘R U OK? Day’. The Company again committed to donating 1% of transactions on the day to the cause after a successful 2017 campaign, which raised much needed support for suicide prevention.
NSW Roads and Maritime Services is assisting community members currently helping the state’s farmers and their families with the efficient movement of essential hay, food and stock to and from drought-affected areas.
Motorists living across Sydney’s Eastern Beaches region will soon have the opportunity to participate in a trial of digital driver licences by November 2018.
Regional Victoria’s jobs boom continues with the regional unemployment rate dropping to its lowest level in almost seven years.
Rio Tinto’s A$2.6 billion Amrun bauxite project on Cape York Peninsula in Far North Queensland has achieved a significant milestone with permanent power now available from its new Aggreko constructed and operated power station.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore and TransGrid CEO Paul Italiano have unveiled the first industrial-scale Tesla Powerpack battery to be installed and operational in the Sydney metropolitan area.
The revitalisation of Australia’s Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector is underway and hundreds of thousands of young Australians are going to benefit, including those attending TAFE institutions around the country.
The Bureau’s ENSO Outlook has been upgraded from INACTIVE to El Niño WATCH.
An extremely rare GTHO Phase III has broken records selling for over $1 million at auction in Bathurst.