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Re-designing the future workforce

In the age of Artificial Intelligence (AI) meets humanity and in the wake of a pandemic, the question ‘what will the future of work look like?’ has never been so uncertain. According to...

New UC course bridges cyber security and business

The University of Canberra has announced a new Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security Management that will bridge the gap between cyber security and business. According to the University of Canberra, digital technology evolution...

Canberra to host Australia’s first major conference in 12 months

Canberra will host one of Australia’s first major conferences in 12 months when the NCCC welcomes the Australian Cyber Conference this week.

Kylie Dennis joins Independent under new strategy

Former Nine Entertainment and Fairfax Media national sales director Kylie Dennis has been appointed group general manager of Independent Property Group.

1,400 ACT businesses slow to lodge tax forms

More than 1,400 ACT businesses have not yet reported their income to the Tax Office. In so doing, they could be helping the black market.

Australia Post issues special stamps to honour essential workers

One year since the pandemic became part of life, Australia Post has released a new set of stamps featuring illustrations of essential workers to honour their ongoing contributions and the associated challenges they face.

Experts and insecure workers speak out against Fair Work Amendment Bill

Canberran researchers, students and unions warn the proposed changes will cause an increase in casual employment and erode workers' rights.

New analysis finds Canberra has highest business closure rate nationally

The number of Canberra businesses reached a record high of nearly 31,00 in June 2020, but new analysis released by the Canberra Business Chamber today found the Capital now has the country’s highest closure rate.

‘Look, feel and spirit’ of National Multicultural Festival to live on in 2022

While there was previously hope the festival could run in the latter half of 2021, Minister Cheyne said waiting until 2022 was the most “practical and achievable” strategy.

Business Chamber calls for further engagement on ChooseCBR

Canberra Business Chamber CEO Graham Catt said the December 2020 ChooseCBR trial did not achieve the outcomes the industry representative hoped for.

New study explains how much money matters in modern romance

Most solo Australians say it doesn’t matter how much money their future partner earns, according to a new study.

‘Grubby’ corporate school banking programs to end in ACT

Corporate school banking programs, such as Commonwealth Bank’s Dollarmites, will be banned in ACT schools by June 2021.
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