The Port of Melbourne will be privatised on a 50 year lease in a move that will earn the Victorian Government $5b – $6b.
The Victorian Government has stood down the Minister for Small Business Adem Somyurek, following allegations of bullying within his office.
The Government will put the Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD) project to a new limited tender, following a cost blowout.
The Government and the Opposition are close to finally agreeing on the RET, following Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s intervention to dump two-yearly reviews.
Labor would cut the tax on small business to 25 per cent and place a greater emphasis on science and technology, says Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.
The budget measure which gives small businesses a $20,000 upfront tax deduction on asset purchases could be rorted, according to a prominent tax adviser.
The 2015-16 Federal Budget has delivered a tax break for small businesses, money to promote trade and encouragement of foreign investment.
The Opposition says it will not pass changes to the renewable energy target if they include the provision that the target will be reviewed every two years.
Treasurer Joe Hockey is set to deliver small business a tax cut of at least 1.5 per cent in tonight’s federal budget.
The Labor Party is considering providing financial assistance to the manufacturing industry as it prepares its draft national platform.
A Liberal MP has said the Government needs to support a compromise renewable energy target and put an end to uncertainty in the renewables sector.
Dairy company Parmalat has been issued with a Prevention Notice by the EPA following complaints about foul odours at its factory in western Sydney.
The Chinese Government is set to unveil a plan that it hopes will see the nation become world’s largest manufacturer by 2025.
Competition policy experts from government, the private sector, NGAs and academia are meeting in Sydney today.
Souvenir coin maker Macquarie Mint has landed itself in trouble because of the design and marketing of its commemorative ‘Anzac’ coin.
Kevin Andrews will discuss Australia’s submarine project in France and Germany while on a European trip to commemorate the centenary of WWI.
Victorian businesses which pay less than $850,000 in wages a year should be exempt from paying payroll tax, according to Victoria’s peak business group.
The Premiers of Victoria and SA have signed a formal agreement to fight to keep the Australian shipbuilding industry alive.
It costs 30% to 40 % more to build naval ships in Australia than it does overseas, according to a government-commissioned review into the industry.
BAE Systems, the operator of the Williamstown ship building yards in Melbourne has told an inquiry in Adelaide the facility may become unviable.