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Cheap versus clean shifts to cheap versus reliable

Last decade the energy debate was about cheap versus clean. Clean is now the cheapest, and so the debate is now shifting to cheap versus reliable, AGL Energy Chief Customer Officer, Melissa Reynolds said at CEDA Queensland’s 2018 Energy series event. Read more…


Gender inequality is systemic problem

Economic security, violence against women and statistics of women in leadership are the three main areas where Australia is lagging in terms of gender equality, Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins has told a CEDA audience in Brisbane. Read more…


Influencing at a local government level

Local government is often spoken about as the closest level to the people, which is absolutely true, Townsville City Council CEO, Adele Young has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


Queenslanders value regional development more than other states

Queenslanders rank regional development as more important than other states, CEDA Chief Executive Melinda Cilento said during the release of Queensland data at a CEDA event in Brisbane. Read more…


Worry over wages growth raised at EPO launch

Concern over Australia’s stagnant wages growth emerged as a key economic and social concern from the launch of CEDA’s 2018 Economic and Political Overview (EPO) in Brisbane on 16 February. Read more…