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Workshops will be held around the country to help businesses use the R&D tax incentive

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Workshops for R&D Incentive

Around the country, AusIndustry and the Australian Tax Office will be holding a series of workshops explaining how companies can take advantage of a new research and development tax incentive. Read more »
Hundreds of quarry workers in Queensland and Tasmania will receive training under the Critical Skills Investment Fund program

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Hundreds of quarry workers to be up-skilled

Over 60 workers at nine Queensland quarries and 550 workers in the Tasmanian mining, quarrying and civil construction industries will receive significant up-skilling and training in $28 million worth of funding from the Federal Government. Read more »
Nationally harmonised OHS laws are causing some contention within the industry

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Harmonised OHS scheme causes conflict

Attempts to harmonise occupational health and safety laws across the country are proving contentious, with independent contractors claiming the proposed model has “critical shortcomings” compared to current laws, particularly in the State of Victoria. Read more »
The Federal Government is considering publishing the names of operators who refuse to use Australian steel

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Gillard to “name and shame” over steel usage

In an effort to support the ailing steel manufacturing industry, the Federal Government is said to be considering “naming and shaming” mining companies who do not use Australian steel in their projects. Read more »
A Mackay man faces a $28K fine for removing sand from a river without a permit

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Heavy fines for unlawful quarrying

A Mackay earthmover might be regretting his decision to filch sand from a local creek without permission, as the 45 year-old faces a $28,000 fine for removing quarry material without an allocation notice. Read more »
Incoming SA Premier Jay Weatherill wants to develop skilled workers

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New SA Premier to STEM skills shortage

Incoming South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill has announced a new scheme to address the state’s troubling skills shortage, in an attempt to encourage entrants to the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, with the quarrying industry set to benefit. Read more »
SkillsDMC's rejigged package seeks to address skills shortage

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Tightened training package tackles skills shortages

A number of revisions have been made to the rationalised national training package by SkillsDMC Read more »

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