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  Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced that the government will establish a $1 billion Clean Energy Innovation Fund which aims to “support emerging technologies make the leap from demonstration to commercial deployment”. The fund will make $100 million available…
Published in Environment
  Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced his government’s first signature policy which he believes will help transition the economy from the mining boom. Mr Turnbull’s announcement (made at the CSIRO on December 7th) outlined details on a $1 billion…
  An end to the mining boom is believed to be a major cause for driving the Perth housing market down. According to the Core Logic RP Data Hedonic Home Value Index for August, Perth suffered a 1.3 percent slide…
  By March 2016 Sri Lanka could become the first country in the world to have complete internet coverage thanks to a deal between the Sri Lankan government and Google. Multinational company Google plans to deploy its fleet of helium-filled…
  Recent changes to existing residential building codes in Perth will not deter the Western Australian Government from meeting its infill targets, according to Planning Minister John Day. The government had set a target of infill development in Perth to…
  Supreme Court hearings in the ACT could be held in shipping containers for a period of time between 2016 and 2018. This is the time estimated to complete the new development for the Supreme Court precinct in the ACT.…
A government policy back down will mean that car manufactures and the auto component industry will keep access to about $100 million in public funds until the end of 2017. The $900 million Automotive Transformation Scheme, which was implemented by…
Friday, 16 January 2015 14:48

Councils Bid For Stronger Region Funds

More than 400 proposals from across Australia have been lodged for projects under the first round of the Australian Government’s new $1 billion National Stronger Regions Fund.Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss welcomed 405…
Friday, 10 October 2014 14:15

Risk Management Regulated

Risk Management Regulated Risk management principles have been recognised as best practice and good corporate governance by public and private sector entities in Australia at least since the issue of the first Australian Standard AS/NZS 4360 in 1995. This standard…
Published in OHS&R
Friday, 10 October 2014 13:56

Ensuring Effective Risk Management

Ensuring Effective Risk Management Best practice: Enterprise Risk Management Historically, risk management has tended to focus on the negative how do we identify what might go wrong? How bad will things get if it does? How can we stop…
Published in OHS&R
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