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New Defence CRC for Trusted Autonomous Systems to be established in Queensland

Federal Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne last week announced the establishment of Australia’s first Defence Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Trusted Autonomous Systems. The...

Palaszczuk Government announces support for workers affected by the Churchill abattoir closure 

Impacted workers from the Churchill abattoir closure in Queensland are set to benefit from the State Government’s assistance for major meat processors and exporters aimed...

Bayer to sell crop science division for €5.9bn 

German chemicals giant Bayer has announced that it will sell parts of its crop science business to BASF for €5.9 billion. BASF is also a...

Ai Group: Australia’s manufacturing sector is growing and expanding at the fastest pace in...

Ai Group’s data for August has shown Australia’s manufacturing sector is still growing with the Performance of Manufacturing Index (PMI®) jumping 3.8 points to...

Consumer watch-dog investigating Takata airbag recall

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is urging all drivers to check if their car’s airbag has been recalled and is one of...

Alcoa inks bauxite supply contracts worth over $350m

Global leader in lightweight metals technology, engineering and manufacturing and the world’s largest bauxite miner Alcoa has inked a number of bauxite supply contracts...

The end of an era? – Boeing to slash production of the iconic 747

Aerospace giant Boeing announced last week that it plans to slash production of the iconic four-engine 747 jumbo jet to only six a year...

Austal launches Cape Leveque – the sixth CCPB for the Australian Customs and Border...

Two months ago, Austal – the global defence prime contractor and designer and manufacturer of defence and commercial ships – launched the fifth Cape Class...
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