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Ai Group executive joins Ministerial Advisory Board for Jobs and Skills Australia

The Australian Industry Group has congratulated Megan Lilly on her selection to the recently formed Ministerial Advisory Board of Jobs and Skills Australia (JSA).

House of Representatives launches inquiry into future of F&B manufacturing industry

The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Industry, Science, and Resources has initiated an inquiry to explore avenues for innovation and expansion within Australia’s food and beverage manufacturing sector.

From data to decisions: Domo’s Brad Kasell explores emerging tech in manufacturing

Amid rapid technological progress and dynamic shifts in the business environment, businesses across all sectors must remain ahead of the curve. Brad Kasell, a seasoned expert in business intelligence and technology at Domo, a cloud-native data experiences innovator, shares his perspective on the emerging trends reshaping the manufacturing sector.

UNSW launches Nuclear Innovation Centre with $7.5M donation from Tyree Foundation

The University of New South Wales has inaugurated the UNSW Nuclear Innovation Centre (UNIC), made possible by a $7.5 million donation from the Sir William Tyree Foundation, aimed at fostering research, scholarships, and academic positions in nuclear engineering.

Qld boosts Gold Coast business growth with manufacturing investment

Gold Gourmet Foods, a food manufacturer based in the Gold Coast, is set to expand its operations and workforce following a substantial investment from the Queensland Government.

Findon Technical College unveils state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities for SA’s future workforce

Findon Technical College has officially opened its doors, marking the inauguration of the first of five technical colleges initiated by the South Australian Government.

Vic gov’t boosts support for women in manufacturing and energy industries

In a continued effort to promote gender equality in traditionally male-dominated sectors, the Victorian Government has opened applications for a new round of grants aimed at supporting women in the energy and manufacturing industries.

Queensland invests $51.7M for skills development in 2024

The Queensland Government is ushering in the New Year with a transformative investment of $51.7 million, aiming to provide targeted and tailored training, along with employment pathways for up to 7,020 vulnerable job seekers across the state.

Ageing workforce, manufacturers moving overseas threaten Australia’s making economy

The future of Australia’s local manufacturing industry is under threat as the country faces a declining skilled workforce, according to an expert. 

Researchers reveal hazardous substances in engineered stone aside from silica

Researchers from the University of Adelaide and the University of Tasmania have found other substances in engineered stone that are damaging to workers’ lungs aside from silica. 
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