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Challenges and opportunities ahead for the South Australian economy

Speaking at the 2020 Economic and Political Overview event in Adelaide, Premier of South Australia, the Hon. Steven Marshall, spoke openly about the challenges facing the South Australian economy, particularly in regional areas, but said that “South Australians should have great pride in the direction that we are heading.” Read more…

04/03/2020


Business as usual approach to future of work not an option

The nature of the future of work is changing; where we work, the way we work, what we will do for work and the standard of living that the work will provide, Queensland Minister for Employment and Small Business and Minister for Training and Skills, the Hon. Shannon Fentiman, told a CEDA audience in Brisbane. Read more…

03/03/2020


Western Australian economy growing but domestic and external challenges persist

Western Australia is facing challenging global conditions, Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier, Amber-Jade Sanderson MLA, has told an audience in Perth at CEDA’s annual Economic and Political Overview (EPO). Read more…

03/03/2020


Tasmania: the green growth state

Speaking at Hobart’s 2020 Economic and Political Overview event in one of his first public addresses since his appointment, Premier of Tasmania, the Hon. Peter Gutwein, touted Tasmania's economic growth and promoted his state’s leadership on renewable energy, calling it “the next important revolution that we will see in terms of development and opportunity here in Tasmania.” Read more…

02/03/2020


New plan to build circular economy for Victoria

Victorian Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, the Hon. Lily D’Ambrosio, announced details of the Victorian Government’s $300 million waste and recycling initiative, Recycling Victoria: A New Economy; a ten-year plan to transform the waste and recycling sector. Read more…

02/03/2020


NSW’s four key levers to accelerate R&D

The biggest challenge with research and development (R&D) is the translation and application of it, NSW Government Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier, the Hon. Gabrielle Upton, told a CEDA audience in Sydney. Read more…

27/02/2020


ACT will be resilient and in a position to respond to challenges from Coronavirus and the bushfires

The impact of natural disasters on our country and particularly this region has been all too apparent over this most miserable of summers, but the ACT is resilient and in a position to respond to the challenges, ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr has told a CEDA audience in Canberra.  Read more…

19/02/2020


Big business has the power to galvanise a response to the plastic threat faster than government or civil society: Andrew Forrest AO

Plastic is “one of the most pernicious threats we have to our environment”, Minderoo Foundation Co-Founder, Andrew Forrest AO, told a CEDA audience in Melbourne. Read more…

03/12/2019


Big business has the power to galvanise a response to the plastic threat faster than government or civil society: Andrew Forrest AO

Plastic is “one of the most pernicious threats we have to our environment”, Minderoo Foundation Co-Founder, Andrew Forrest AO, told a CEDA audience in Melbourne. Read more…

03/12/2019


We need to prepare the economy for ageing population: Federal Treasurer

Federal Treasurer of Australia, the Hon. Josh Frydenberg, told an audience in Sydney at CEDA’s 2019 Annual Dinner that we need to develop policies that respond to the pressures that the ageing population will place on our health, aged care and pension systems. Read more…

22/11/2019


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