Archived News for Industry Professionals - June, 2013
If there’s one thing that the duelling wind rallies in Canberra proved, it’s that Aussies are behind wind power. And that means new opportunities for wind entrepreneurs and the job seekers that love them.
Public comment is now open and submissions welcomed on proposed changes to the Work Health and Safety Code of Practice for Managing Risks in Stevedoring.
The European Union's top trade official is heading to Beijing on Friday to talk about China dumping solar panels on the continent, and avoiding a trade war.
61 drilling projects across Western Australia will share in a $7.2 million boost from the State Government; the funding is set to support the on-going search for minerals and petroleum.
The funds have already been hailed as a boost to the state’s reputation amongst investors both locally and globally.
New stats show GP numbers in rural and remote Western Australia have risen for the first time since 2008, reports say its due to the increased fly-in fly-out medical positions.
WorkCover NSW and WorkSafe Victoria have begun a joint safety project. They’re working with local construction businesses to raise safety standards on either side of the border.
A new initiative by the Coalition for Community Energy is calling on the Federal Government to fund the establishment of renewable energy sources in communities around the country.
The Australasian Railway Association (ARA) has slammed the NSW Rail, Train and Bus Union for using ‘fear tactics to prevent productivity’ after the New South Wales Government announced the rollout of full-automated rapid transit driverless trains.