Brandon Craig says fears the sector would not be able to attract women had not eventuated. (ABC News: Eliza Borello)
Mining industry fears attracting women harder than ever, WA sexual harassment inquiry told
News article by the ABC
The head of WA's resource industry peak body tells a parliamentary inquiry into sexual harassment in the FIFO industry that attracting women to the sector is a struggle.
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The WA Premier has announced a list of industries where vaccinations will be mandatory for employees. (ABC News: Keane Bourke)
Mandatory vaccination to be introduced for most WA workers, Mark McGowan says
News article by the ABC
Most workers in Western Australia will be subjected to mandatory vaccination, Premier Mark McGowan announces, as the number of people fully vaccinated approaches 60 per cent.
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Jason York has seen an increase in demand for insulation but says it's not necessarily an instant fix for energy efficiency. (ABC News: John Gunn)
A green home can not only save money but even turn a profit. But how do you know if you own one?
News article by the ABC
Companies are developing lower carbon building materials, and voluntary standards offer a green rating for buildings and homes. But experts say a mandated, national definition of what green means could have greater benefits.
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Global demand for coal is soaring in a blow for emissions targets. (ABC News: Michael Barnett)
An energy crisis is looming and it could cost us all as stagflation prepares to make a comeback
News article by the ABC
The world appears to be staring down an energy crisis that would deliver ammunition to those wishing to slow the pace of climate change reforms and could see the dreaded return of stagflation, writes Ian Verrender.
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Long-term renters pushed out of the housing market by record rent and house prices
News article by the ABC
It's hasn't been this expensive to rent in Australia since 2008. As house prices climbed twice as fast as rent during the pandemic, the dream of owning a home is now beyond reach for many long-term renters.
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Bill shock looms for households as global energy crisis fuels price surge
News article by the ABC
A leading energy provider predicts household energy bills are set for a shock as surging international prices for gas put upward pressure on costs for the fuel in Australia.
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Millions of people are without work in Australia, but only 626,000 are considered officially unemployed. Why is that? (ABC News: Margaret Burin)
Why are millions of unemployed people excluded from our monthly ‘unemployment’ data?
News article by the ABC
Millions of Australians aren't employed, but they're not counted in the official unemployment data. Why is that?
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AMP claimed it had
Family wins case against AMP after life insurance claim denied because of unanswered emails
News article by the ABC
While Carolyn Burns was dying, AMP cancelled her life insurance because she never responded to emails to a work address from five years earlier. Now, her family has won a court case against AMP to claim the payout.
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Two of Australia's biggest banks announce mandatory vaccinations for their employees. (ABC News)
Westpac, CBA make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for all staff
News article by the ABC
Westpac and the Commonwealth Bank will require all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in the coming months.
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JobMaker was a key announcement in the federal budget delivered in October 2020, intended to boost the COVID recession recovery. (ABC News: Nick Haggarty)
JobMaker was meant to support 450,000 jobs. The real figure is just 1 per cent of that
News article by the ABC
One of the key elements touted in the October 2020 federal budget, JobMaker promised $4 billion over two years in taxpayer funds to pay employers to hire workers under the age of 30. But fewer than 5,300 workers have been signed up.
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Watching petrol prices is something Vivian and her husband used to do all the time until they bought their first electric car. ...

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Brandon Craig says fears the sector would not be able to attract women had not eventuated. (ABC News: Eliza Borello)

Mining industry fears attracting women harder than ever, WA sexual harassment inquiry told

News article by the ABC
The head of WA’s resource industry peak body tells a parliamentary inquiry into sexual harassment in the FIFO industry t ...

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The WA Premier has announced a list of industries where vaccinations will be mandatory for employees. (ABC News: Keane Bourke)

Mandatory vaccination to be introduced for most WA workers, Mark McGowan says

News article by the ABC
Most workers in Western Australia will be subjected to mandatory vaccination, Premier Mark McGowan announces, as the number of ...

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Jason York has seen an increase in demand for insulation but says it's not necessarily an instant fix for energy efficiency. (ABC News: John Gunn)

A green home can not only save money but even turn a profit. But how do you know if you own one?

News article by the ABC
Companies are developing lower carbon building materials, and voluntary standards offer a green rating for buildings and homes. ...

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Indigenous leaders warn of deaths, loss of culture if COVID-19 spreads in remote Aboriginal communities

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Indigenous leaders in remote communities want governments around the country to stick with COVID-19 movement restrictions unt ...

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Global demand for coal is soaring in a blow for emissions targets. (ABC News: Michael Barnett)

An energy crisis is looming and it could cost us all as stagflation prepares to make a comeback

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