Locals Encouraged to Nominate

QTA nominations closing soon

Time is running out to nominate for the 2017 Queensland Training Awards, with the closing date of March 31 fast approaching. Training and Skills Minister Yvette D’Ath is urging locals to enter for a chance to be recognized for their contribution to the state's vocational education and … [Read more...]

Business Owners Beware

Scam alert

Police are warning of a scam e-mail doing the rounds. The pictured email is targeting Australian businesses and is in circulation around the region per Police. While it presents with an apparently authentic ASIC (Australian Securities and Investments Commission) logo and the Australian … [Read more...]

ACCC Calls for Greater Transparency

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Changes are needed to improve transparency and competitiveness in Australia’s cattle and beef markets, with an ACCC study highlighting shortcomings in price reporting, a lack of trust in the carcass grading system, and concerns about anti-competitive conduct affecting competition in cattle and beef … [Read more...]

‘Best and Brightest’ Sought

Food production

AgForce is seeking innovative, bright thinkers to help drive key policies to take agriculture and rural Queensland forward. AgForce General President Grant Maudsley says nominations for AgForce policy committees were now open for members who wanted to contribute to the policy development process … [Read more...]