Last-Minute Talks Seek to Prevent Industrial Action at North West Shelf LNG Project

In a bid to avert industrial action at the North West Shelf liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Australia, Woodside Energy engaged in eleventh-hour talks with labour unions.  The discussions have yielded substantial progress, with both parties reaching an in-principle...

Australia and New Zealand Strengthen Industrial Cybersecurity Against Threats

In a joint effort to bolster national security and protect critical infrastructure, Australia and New Zealand have announced a renewed focus on enhancing cybersecurity measures within their industrial systems. The move comes in response to the growing threat of cyberattacks...

ASX Micro Caps Surge with Innovation and Sustainable Momentum

In the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) dynamic landscape, July witnessed noteworthy developments among small and micro-cap industrial companies. This sector, known for its potential to deliver high growth, experienced significant movements and strategic shifts during the past month. Several companies...

The Implications of Industrial Manslaughter Laws on HR Practices

In a bid to prioritise workplace safety and accountability, several jurisdictions have recently introduced or strengthened industrial manslaughter laws, and these laws have significant implications for Human Resources (HR). The introduction of industrial manslaughter laws necessitates a shift in HR...

UniSuper Expands Real Estate Portfolio with A$560bn Logistics Fund Acquisition

UniSuper, a prominent Australian industry super fund, recently made a significant acquisition in the real estate sector.  The company has purchased a 50% share in a logistics fund managed by Dexus from Korea's National Pension Service for a substantial amount...

Siemens Joins Forces with Gilmour Industries for Industrial Software Advancement

In a significant development within the industrial technology sector, Siemens has officially signed a strategic partnership agreement with Gilmour Space Technologies to implement its cutting-edge industrial software solutions. Siemens, a global leader in software and services, finalised a deal with...

Global Investment Bank Beefs up With Key Personnel

In a strategic move to enhance its research capabilities, leading global investment bank MA Moelis has announced hiring new talent to focus on the resources and industrial sectors. With a reputation for providing innovative and tailored financial solutions to clients...

Healthcare Exodus: Union Escalates Action as Workers Leave NSW for Better Pay

The ongoing battle for fair wages and improved working conditions in the healthcare sector has taken a dramatic turn as New South Wales (NSW) health workers continue to leave the state searching for better pay opportunities. The Health Services Union...

Teen’s Tragic Workplace Death Sheds Light on Persistent Workplace Safety Concerns

A tragic incident at an industrial business in Perth's southeast has claimed the life of a 16-year-old boy, highlighting the ongoing issue of workplace fatalities in Western Australia. The teenager suffered fatal crush injuries while working at the TLC...

FWC to NTEU After Strike: You May Not Get Everything You Want

A 24-hour strike was conducted by National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) members earlier in June. Still, the Fair Work Commission (FWC) countered NTEU’s request, stating that not all of their demands would be met. Around 100 members of the NTEU...
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