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The report stated that there were 16 fatalities across the Australian mining industry in 2013–14.

Better training, support key to safety improvements

A state body has identified that better training and support are needed to improve Australia’s “distressing” mining fatality statistics of 2013–14. Read more »
Boral CEO and managing director Mike Kane says that the ACCC’s illegal conduct has intimidated Boral’s staff and clients and cost its shareholders $10 million.

ACCC sues union for industrial action against Boral

The Australian competition watchdog has moved to sue a union whose illegal industrial conduct allegedly cost a major building and construction materials supplier $10 million. Read more »
The new report identifies the costs of self-imposed red tape to private companies and the nation.

Report finds compliance burdens business

A new report has shown that the combined cost of administering and complying with public and private sector bureaucracy is costing Australia $250 billion every year – with much of this self-imposed. Read more »
The Federal Government has proposed RET exemptions for energy intensive industries currently under pressure, including cement.

Scaling back RET could level cement playing field

The Federal Government’s proposal to scale back the Renewable Energy Target could level the playing field against cement imports, according to the peak body for Australia’s heavy construction materials industry. Read more »


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