Navigating ownership changes: A comprehensive guide for business owners

11 July

Changing a business’s ownership structure can be a complex process, often necessitated by various circumstances, such as partnership disputes, divorce, retirement, or the sale of the business.    Regardless of the reason, it’s crucial to...[Read More]

Greens seek to cap cost of essential grocery items

10 July

Households would save on 30 essential grocery products under a cap on prices put forward by the Queensland Greens. The price of basic essential items such as milk, bread, eggs and nappies would be tied and linked to January 2024 wages so that wages...[Read More]

Gas before nuclear ‚Äėthought bubble‚Äô in net-zero race

10 July

A federal opposition plan to roll out nuclear energy has been dismissed as a thought bubble as NSW leaders hail the benefits of gas for the goal of net-zero emissions. Natural gas supplies for the nation’s most populous state are being assessed...[Read More]

Women wanted for cybersecurity course, no men allowed

10 July

Only women and gender-diverse candidates will be invited to participate in the latest cybersecurity course from one of Australia’s largest security providers as part of an effort to address inequality in the sector. CyberCX launched its first...[Read More]

Introduction to starting a trade

4 July

Entering a trade can be a rewarding and lucrative career path, offering a blend of practical skills, hands-on work, and, often, the opportunity to be your own boss.  Unlike many traditional career paths, trades typically require less time in formal...[Read More]

Types of commercial insurance your business will need

4 July

Whether you’re a business owner, supplier, or contractor, commercial insurance is essential to safeguard both your company and staff. With commercial insurance, your business and company assets are protected from certain risks like accidents or...[Read More]

Wanted: 200,000 Aussies to design, deploy and sell AI

3 July

Rather than steal human jobs, artificial intelligence technology could create as many as 200,000 roles for Australians by 2030, according to research from the Tech Council. But the spike in demand could be hard to meet, the study warned, and experts...[Read More]

Supermarkets threatened with break-up for price gouging

3 July

Repeated price gouging at the checkout could lead to retail giants Coles, Woolworths and Bunnings being broken up under a coalition proposal. Divestiture powers would be able to be used by the consumer watchdog as a last resort to address...[Read More]

New governor-general to put an arm around Aussies

3 July

The role of governor-general is often seen as one of process and protocol, but Sam Mostyn is promising to prioritise kindness, care and respect. Australia’s newest head of state vows to deliver a more humanitarian flavour to the role. Sam Mostyn,...[Read More]

Starting a New Job: Tips for Success and the Top 10 Jobs

27 June

Starting a new job is a pivotal moment, filled with both excitement and nerves. Whether embarking on your first career or making a significant shift, the early days at a new workplace are crucial for setting the tone for your future success and...[Read More]

Professional services insurance

27 June

Your job as a professional requires you to apply your expertise to satisfy the requirements of your clientele/patients. Your customers count on you to provide high-quality services and expert guidance. However, despite your best efforts, there’s...[Read More]

Renewable energy transition is cheapest way to net zero

26 June

Renewable energy backed up by storage and gas is the cheapest way to power Australia’s $2.7 trillion economy in the transition to net zero in 2050, when electricity demand is expected to double. In its latest roadmap report, the Australian Energy...[Read More]

Cash still king as big business bails out Armaguard

26 June

Cash will keep moving across Australia after transporter Armaguard secured a $50 million bailout from the country’s biggest banks and retailers. The agreement, funded by the Commonwealth, Westpac, NAB and ANZ banks, along with Coles, Woolworths,...[Read More]

Supermarkets to face millions in fines under new code

26 June

Shoppers could pay lower prices for higher quality produce as the government cracks down on anti-competitive behaviour at the major supermarkets. The federal government on Monday announced it will accept all 11 recommendations of a recent review...[Read More]

Power plan would nuke manufacturing, warns Albanese

26 June

Coalition plans to build multiple nuclear reactors would undermine local manufacturing, the prime minister warns, as the opposition faces calls within the party to scrap its net-zero pledge. Opposition Leader Peter Dutton unveiled plans last week to...[Read More]