Opinion

COMMAG BACKS GOVERNMENT'S ETHANOL PLANS

COMMAG Limited has backed the state government's plans to advance the development of ethanol bioenergy projects in Queensland. The jointly founded organisation between Sister City Partners and MacDonnells Law has previously called on the government to reintroduce an ethanol mandate in the state. The mandate proposes five per cent ...

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INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS REFORMS ESSENTIAL TO CONSTRUCTION

RETAINING recent building industry reforms, including changes to the workers' compensation scheme and industrial relations changes, is an essential step for any government serious about maintaining rule of law on Queensland construction sites and ensuring the building industry remains the number one employer of full-time jobs in Queensland.
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CHINA - AUSTRALIA FREE TRADE AGREEMENT A HISTORIC OPPORTUNITY

THE free trade agreement with China provides Australia with a huge global competitive advantage, and a historic opportunity to grow and diversify our economy over the next decade, according to Business Council of Australia. CEO Jennifer Westacott says the historic agreement is a transformative moment for the economy. “It puts ma...

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RESOURCES TIPPED FOR BOOST

AUSTRALIA’S resource industry congratulates the governments of Australia and Japan for the signing of the Japan Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (Free Trade Agreement).

In Canberra today, Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Prime Minister Shinz? Abe have created significant long-term bilateral economic opportunities for decades to co...

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SMALL BUSINESSES SHOULD MOVE TO THE CLOUD

THE start of the new financial year is the perfect time for many small businesses to make the switch from filing paper receipts to cloud accounting, according to Xero. The accounting software provider recommends keeping records electronically for accuracy and to monitor cash flow daily – setting up the groundwork for a smooth return...

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