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Ban on toxic mercury looms in sugar cane farming, but Australia still has a way to go

Ban on toxic mercury looms in sugar cane farming, but Australia still has a way to go

This month, federal authorities finally announced an upcoming ban on mercury-containing pesticide in Australia. We are one of the last countries in the world to do so, despite overwhelming evidence over more than 60 years that mercury use as fungicide in agriculture is dangerous. Mercury is a toxic element that damages human health and the environm
Unorthodox Ways To Clean Your Carpets & Save From Damage

Unorthodox Ways To Clean Your Carpets & Save From Damage

You can’t deny the fact that carpet is one of the crucial parts of home decoration. It is one of those investments that can upgrade the look and feel of your abode. All you need to make sure that you keep it clean and grime-free. The coffee spills, tough stains, pet urine and other stubborn debris should be removed properly without damaging the f

Australia is being urged to adopt a Canadian-style refugee sponsorship scheme

Rozhan and Jwan sit on the couch at their home in Melbourne’s northern suburbs, looking through photographs of their former life in Iraq. Their 12-year old son Adrian doesn’t have many memories of his birthplace and the life his parents described as idyllic until four years ago. As a school teacher, Jwan was under pressure from members of the l
ACCC investigates complaints about airlines flying to Australia during Covid-19

ACCC investigates complaints about airlines flying to Australia during Covid-19

Australia’s consumer watchdog is investigating international airlines flying into the country during the pandemic, amid allegations operators are cancelling economy passengers’ tickets in favour of business and first-class customers, as companies comply with a strict cap on overseas arrivals. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
E-Cigarettes Are Set To Become Banned In Australia

E-Cigarettes Are Set To Become Banned In Australia

According to the Australian Government website, the federal government is recommending that e-cigarettes containing vaporiser nicotine (nicotine in solution or in salt or base form) and nicotine-containing refills be banned from entering our country. The federal government intends to ask the Governor-General in council to amend the Customer (Prohib
Basic Record Keeping Requirements For Your Small Business

Basic Record Keeping Requirements For Your Small Business

Hi All, I have been bookkeeping for a major part of my life. However, I don’t like bragging about my skills to people. Anyway, one day, I was at a party where I was heckled and told that bookkeepers were only eating away the money of businesses and doing nothing. I was appalled by the statement and had to give it back to the guy. So I simply aske
Can 500,000 'new-collar' jobs turn manufacturing around in Australia?

Can 500,000 'new-collar' jobs turn manufacturing around in Australia?

Australian manufacturing jobs were down 6.7 per cent over the last five years, and the sector only contributes 5.6 per cent to GDP despite some $4.6 billion of investment, according to new research by professional services firm EY. Key points: Andrew Liveris, who has advised the Trump and Obama administrations, says public-private partnerships in m