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Five super-growth industry sectors worth an extra $250 billion to the national economy over the next 20 years hold the key to Australia’s future prosperity, according to a new re View Full Article
Australian Business spending on research and experimental development (R&D) reached $18.3 billion in 2011-12, according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statis View Full Article
Australia maps its course into the Asian Century “Within only a few years, Asia will not only be the world’s largest producer of goods and services, it will also be the world View Full Article
The Education division has experienced some changes over the past five years. Enrolment in private schools outpaced government schools for much of the period and strong performance View Full Article
Western Australia is the heart of the natural resources industry. This is the case for Australia as well as Pacific Asia. 250 mines and 35 petroleum operations lent production to m View Full Article
The Northern Territory (NT) comprises a land area of 1 346 200 km2. It is the third largest of the states and territories after Western Australia and Queensland, yet has the smalle View Full Article
The Queensland economy offers investors a sound, safe long-term investment climate. Queensland is projected to experience the largest percentage increase in population between 30 J View Full Article
OVERVIEW   Tourism in Australia represents a large sector of the economy. The Tourism industry operates in a globally competitive market and is experiencing tight but improvin View Full Article
OVERVIEW Australian wine was the global success story of the 1980’s and 1990’s and helped to create and build a worldwide consumer market for wine, particularly in the UK, the View Full Article
As an International company looking to develop organizational and human resource strategies across numerous borders, it isn’t simply an issue of adapting an international model t View Full Article

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Inbound visitors, business travellers push Sydney & Melbourne hotel occupancies to breaking point

The continued growth of low-cost Asian airline capacity and the economic recovery underway in the United Kingdom and the United States has contributed to visitor arrivals surging 8.2% over the year to May, the fastest rate of growth in nearly a de Full News Article

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Exploration Development Incentive to boost mining and minerals sectors

KPMG hopes a new era in minerals exploration will be kick-started by a $100m initiative, unveiled by the Federal Government today.   Ian Macfarlane, Minister for Industry, gave full details of the new Exploration Development Incentive ( Full News Article

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EY’s 2013 Australian major banks’ full-year results analysis

Monday 4 November 2013 — The 2013 full-year results announcements of Australia’s major banks may mark a tipping point when it comes to determining whether the sector is experiencing a substantive recovery or simply a repositioning in a stubbornly Full News Article

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Deloitte Business Outlook: The world is recovering, but Oz is still below trend

• Ignore US budget shutdown and debt ceiling woes:  global growth continues to improve.  China appears to be through the worst of its slowdown, US recovery is becoming ever more solid, Japan’s juggle hasn’t come a cropper, and Europe Full News Article

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CTD wins Defence Innovation Award

The Pegasus buoyancy system developed under the Capability & Technology Demonstrator (CTD) program to recover helicopters ditched at sea has won the 2013 National Defence Innovation Award from Maritime Australia Ltd, organisers of the Pacfic seri Full News Article

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Huge task confronting the Government as EY releases list of 95 announced but unlegislated tax changes

The enormity of the job to clean up the Australian tax process is abundantly clear, EY said today as it released a list detailing 95 announced but unlegislated changes to the tax system.The EY list details tax measures announced by the previous Gover Full News Article

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Rise in Investment to Continue in Asia Pacific

Forty two percent of chief executive officers (CEOs) in Asia Pacific are ‘very confident’ of revenue growth over the next 12 months and close to 70% intend to increase their investments in the region, according to a study by PwC.The study, 'Towar Full News Article

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Super-growth sectors worth $250b to build Australia’s ‘lucky country’: Deloitte report

Five super-growth industry sectors worth an extra $250 billion to the national economy over the next 20 years hold the key to Australia’s future prosperity, according to a new report from Deloitte. The report, entitled Positioning for Prosperi Full News Article

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SA, NSW join forces to attract resource investment

The South Australian and New South Wales Governments today initiated a partnership aimed at maximising investment and economic development in mineral resources near the States' shared border.South Australia's Mineral Resources and Energy Minister, To Full News Article

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Oil and Gas exploration in South Australia - Bids open for two new Cooper Basin blocks

Bidding is now open for companies wanting to explore for oil and gas in two new onshore blocks in South Australia's Cooper Basin.Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy Tom Koutsantonis said the Cooper Basin is undergoing a renaissance."Local and i Full News Article

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The Coalition will restore strong, stable and accountable government - Tony Abbott

In recent years, the structure of government departments and agencies has created confused responsibilities, duplication and waste. The changes to departmental structure announced today will simplify the management of government business, create Full News Article

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Australia's trade and investment with APEC grows

The importance of Australia’s economic relationship with APEC nations has been highlighted in a new report from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.The APEC Region – Trade and Investment shows that more than two thirds of Australia’s to Full News Article

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Australian drive for Trade & Investment with Andrew Robb

Newly elected Liberal government in Australia is poised to drive Trade & Investment activities better than ever. Elected Prime Minister Tony Abbott has appointed Hon Andrew Robb AO MP as a new minister of Trade & Investment.Andrew has qualifi Full News Article

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Incoming Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced his Ministery

The incoming Coalition Government will restore strong, stable and accountable government to build a more prosperous Australia.Click here to download a copy of the The Ministry.This is the team that will scrap the carbon tax, end the waste, stop the b Full News Article

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Joe Hockey reaffirms support to economy and employment growth

Today’s labour force data reaffirms the need for a positive economic plan that will boost growth and create jobs.The Coalition expresses concern at the August 2013 Labour Force figures that show Australia’s unemployment rate continuing to rise.&n Full News Article

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The Rocket selected as Australia’s entry in the Academy Awards®

The feature film The Rocket has been selected as the Australian entry for consideration for Best Foreign Language Film for the Academy Awards®, with nominations to be announced early 2014.To be eligible for consideration for the Best Foreign Languag Full News Article

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Centenary of Australia's polar expedition celebrated by Australia Post

Australia Post is releasing the third stamp issue in a four-year series commemorating the centenary of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition (AAE) of 1911-14.This Australian Antarctic Territory stamp issue comprises three domestic base-rate (60 cent) Full News Article

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Vehicle armour research wins DSTO Eureka Prize

A team of scientists behind the development of innovative vehicle armour manufacturing techniques and materials has been awarded the 2013 DSTO Eureka Prize for Outstanding Science in Safeguarding Australia.The $10,000 prize was presented at the Austr Full News Article

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Australian Businesses spend $18.3 billion on research and experimental development

Australian Business spending on research and experimental development (R&D) reached $18.3 billion in 2011-12, according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) today. Tracey Rowley from the ABS said that the increase Full News Article

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Plasma-treated nano filters help purify world water supply

Access to safe drinking water is a step closer to being a reality for those in developing countries, thanks to new research published today in Nature Communications.The study paves the way for the next generation of portable water purification device Full News Article

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$750,000 funding boost for high tech medical research

South Australia's medical technology sector will benefit through a $750,000 funding commitment under the State Government's Manufacturing Works strategy.Manufacturing, Innovation and Trade Minister, Tom Kenyon said the Medical Technologies Program (M Full News Article

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ACCC issues draft decision on Emerald wheat port access undertaking

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has issued a draft decision proposing to not accept, in its current form, Emerald Logistic Services Pty Ltd’s (Emerald) proposed wheat port access undertaking. The undertaking relates to access to Full News Article

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Clear actions for CSIRO from independent report

CSIRO has today released the General Findings Report of the independent investigator, Professor Dennis Pearce AO, who has been examining allegations from current and former staff of workplace bullying and other unreasonable behaviour in the organisat Full News Article

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Strong business support for Industry Participation Advocate

The State Government's newly created independent Industry Participation Advocate is gaining strong support from local businesses and industry associations since being established in February this year.Manufacturing, Innovation and Trade Minister, Tom Full News Article

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Australians turn to the ABC for the Leaders Debate

More Australians turned to the ABC than all other networks combined to watch the first Leaders Debate of the 2013 election campaign.On television, across ABC1 and ABC News 24, Australia Votes: The Leaders’ Debate achieved a 5 city metro reach of 1. Full News Article

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Calling all broadacre and dairy farmers

The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) has started its annual survey focusing on wheat and other crops, mixed livestock, sheep, beef and dairy farms.ABARES Acting Executive Director, Kim Ritman, said farmer Full News Article

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CSIRO review of issues raised about CSIRO’s interactions with DataTrace

CSIRO had no prior knowledge of the allegations raised in the articles published on 11 April 2013, naming CSIRO, DataTraceDNA Pty Ltd and a European pharmaceutical company that is a customer of DataTraceDNA Pty Ltd ("DataTrace"). As soon as CSIRO was Full News Article

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Unique plants on stamps

Australians have a great love of plants and some of the most unique specimens are featured on Australia Post's latest stamp issue. They are the carnivores of the plant world - Cephalotus follicularis; Drosera rupicola; Drosera lowriei and Nepenthes r Full News Article

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