Amid thick bushfire smoke in cities including Canberra and Melbourne, employers need to consider their legal obligations.
The federal government has responded to concerns from the complementary medicine industry by making it easier for them to be sold as ‘Made in Australia’ and with the ‘Australian Made’ logo. The Government, with support from the states, has introduced an interim measure to allow access for complementary medicines that meet certain manufacturing eligibility requirements.…
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has made a statement about “preliminary competition concerns” related to the proposed acquisition of Carlton & United Breweries by Asahi, citing reduced competition in the cider market and the possibility of this in the beer market.
Gas is now flowing from Senex’s Project Atlas in the Surat Basin, with the state’s resources council saying it will drive down elevated prices and protect Queensland manufacturing jobs.
Productivity growth matters. In advanced economies over the past 15 years it has fallen by half.
By Stuart Corner of Iot Australia Lawyers have suggested compliance with the voluntary code of practice for suppliers of consumer IoT devices, issued by the Government last month, could be enforced by the ACCC. Home Affairs minister, Peter Dutton released a for-comment draft of the code of practice on November 19 saying it had been…
China Mengniu Dairy has agreed to buy Lion’s dairy and drinks business for $600 million.
Tasmanian company 13 Seeds looks set to be another listed Australian hemp business, and is aiming for an IPO of up to $6 million, to be completed by next month.
By Stuart Corner of IoT Australia The Australian Government has followed the UK’s lead, producing a voluntary code of practice for suppliers of consumer IoT devices. Home Affairs minister, Peter Dutton said the code of practice, had been developed drawing on the technical expertise of the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC), aligned with guidance provided…
Trajan has been developing a world-first blood sampling device for several years. Brent Balinski spoke to company founder and chairman Stephen Tomisich about the hemaPEN – which is about to gain registration here and overseas – and where Australian companies can be competitive.