A groundbreaking new electric aircraft is set to revolutionise flying in WA with a network that will be emissions free.
The army of people needed to grow, process, transport, prepare and deliver food to your door has been decimated by Omicron, with no quick fix for a system that sells itself as just that.
Property experts have warned a hidden problem is causing serious issues for housing prices, which could have huge flow-on impacts.
Jack Truong, who was last week fired as chief executive officer of James Hardie, says he “unequivocally” rejects the company’s assertions that he created a hostile work environment.
Australian building-products maker James Hardie Industries fired Jack Truong as chief executive officer, saying his “threatening and intimidating” behaviour had created an “overtly hostile” work environment.
John J. Edwards III and Peter Vercoe
The Henderson-based firm is keen to show that even in traditionally “heavy” industries such as shipbuilding, efforts can be made to work towards a net zero emissions future.
The Covid pandemic has wreaked havoc at a company behind a number of iconic Aussie pantry items, with its share price crashing.
WA’s construction workforce — due to face its first jab deadline on January 1 — was among the worst sectors for vaccine hesitancy or opposition in a survey by the State’s peak business body.
Danielle Le Messurier
Australian businesses in one industry are struggling to get back on their feet and are desperately calling out for workers.
Qantas has announced its long anticipated fleet plan for its domestic operations, which will cut airport noise by up to 50 percent and emissions by around 20 per cent.
Melbourne cafe owners Abigail Forsyth and her brother Jamie were appalled by disposable coffee cups. So they launched a globe-spanning empire.
Rebecca Le May
Australia has become reliant on the horrific practice of modern slavery. Here’s the industries most affected.
Boral looks set to bank $1 billion from the sale of its North American fly ash assets as it completes a readjustment of its portfolio to focus on its core building materials business in Australia.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics says the country’s economic contraction was smaller than expected in the September quarter as a result of COVID-19 lockdowns on the east coast.
Global mining equipment manufacturer Austin Engineering has celebrated a historic milestone after delivering its 1000th truck body to Rio Tinto.
Australia relies on China for 90 per cent of the imports of one technology ‘crucial’ to the country’s future.
For the first time in more than a decade, six of the world’s most vital industrial metals are flashing a rare synchronised warning over tight supply.
BlueScope Steel says higher prices and strong demand will ensure it delivers stronger underlying earnings in the first half of the current financial year.
Surfers and divers should prepare for a wetsuit shortage this summer, with Rip Curl’s parent company reporting demand is far outstripping supply.
Two of Australia’s most well-known retailers are teaming up with Flybuys in a new deal just in time for Christmas.
Alcoa will restart aluminum production lines in Australia mothballed since 2009 as the top US supplier’s shares surge on strengthening demand for the material.
An iconic Australian pharmacy chain has found a new home alongside a host of other big-name brands in a $760 million takeover deal.
The Brisbane-based workforce of a $6bn fertiliser company is reeling after a decision that could lead to mass redundancies over the next 14 months.
Medical technology group Proteomics is set to start manufacturing its diagnostic blood test device in WA as it looks to grow sales in Australia and South East Asia.
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