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Bundaberg Regional Council

Bundaberg Regional Council

A place to call home, a place to feel at home Sometimes known as the "Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef", the city was grown...
Infrastructure Australia

Infrastructure Australia

The role that Infrastructure Australia plays in the larger aspects of the Australian public works and services is sometimes unclear to the general public,...
Civil Contractors Federation

Civil Contractors Federation

Representing The National in a local way The Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) grew out of the Australian Earthmovers and Road Contractors Federation (AERCF) in Queensland....
YRC

YRC Worldwide Financial Chief Taylor To Leave Co March 31

YRC Worldwide Inc. (YRCW) Chief Financial Officer Sheila Taylor will leave the company March 31 to pursue opportunities outside the less-than-truckload industry. Board member William...
Call for CFD Trading Certificate

Call for CFD trading certificate

INVESTORS should be banned from trading contracts for difference unless they prove they can handle the highly complex derivatives, the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS)...
NAB

New government crackdown on big banks

THE government has signalled a fresh crackdown on the banking industry, with plans to scrap over-the-limit fees on credit cards and ban banks from...
CarSales.com

Carsales selldown as Nine eyes slide

CVC'S decision to sell down its stake in the carsales.com website comes as its wholly owned Nine Entertainment Co eyes softening conditions for the...
Salmat

740 call centre workers lose jobs at Salmat

MORE than 740 call centre staff face redundancy and shares in call centre and direct marketing specialist Salmat have been hit, after the company...
Australian Industry Group

Manufacturing increases in February

Australian manufacturing began to expand in February for the first time since July last year, according to data published today. The Australian Industry Group/PriceWaterhouseCoopers Australian...
Business chief Heather Ridout

Ridout concerned about transparency in Australia’s flood recovery package

Business chief Heather Ridout has thrown her support for the federal government's flood recovery package announced today, but reiterated the need for transparency and...