Monday 1st May, 2017
Malcolm Turnbull. Photo: Creative Commons / Ash Carter

Turnbull’s 457 change should limit ‘political point scoring’

The Australian Mines and Metals Association says Malcolm Turnbull’s changes to rules around foreign workers should mean the contributions of…
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Your March-April digital magazine has arrived

The Australian Bulk Handling Review is proud to announce the launch of a digital edition of the ABHR magazine, with…
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Sugar exports to the US are set to go up. Photo: Shutterstock

Mandatory code of conduct for sugar

A mandatory code of conduct has been announced for the sugar industry by the Federal Government, in an effort to…
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ACCC to probe electricity market

Australia’s consumer watchdog has launched an inquiry into retail electricity pricing, as federal and state governments continue to grapple with…
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Sugar exports to the US are set to go up. Photo: Shutterstock

Byrne slams LNP’s ‘invalid sugar meddling’

Reports of the Liberal National Party’s 2015 amendments to sugar marketing laws being ruled ‘invalid’ by a Federal judge have…
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Upgraded rail to Broadbent Grain opens

The Australian Rail Track Corporation has welcomed the opening of a 3.5-kilometre section of rail line to the Broadbent Grain…
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Katter's Australian Party member Shane Knuth is pushing for re-regulation of the Queensland sugar sector. Photo: Shutterstock

Vote to be held over Queensland sugar debate

Queensland politicians are arguing over the best way to get Queensland Sugar Limited (QSL) and foreign-owned Wilmar to come to…
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Aurizon is feeling the force of struggling coal and iron ore markets. Photo: RailGallery

Aurizon takes full advantage of bumper crop

Strong export demand combined with favourable seasonal conditions to drive a 32% increase in the amount of grain hauled by…
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