Queensland small businesses go into the November 25 State Election most calling on all sides of politics to commit to addressing energy costs, infrastructure investment across Queensland, and payroll tax. Read more.
Seven Melbourne workers will be repaid more than $100,000 after the Fair Work Ombudsman executed an enforceable undertaking with Transfab Reinforcement Australia Pty Ltd, a manufacturing company which prepares prefabricated housing materials. Read more.
As the Queensland election battle intensifies, three of the peak bodies representing business are combining to make sure that the issue is acted on by all sides of politics and commitments are made to drive real change and reduce energy costs. Energy Alliance2 Read more.
Each year the M1 costs businesses in South-East Queensland $400m in lost productivity and CCIQ is pleased to see that policies are being developed to solve the South-East’s major bottleneck. Read more.
As part of the Queensland Election CCIQ and small businesses across the state have called on all sides of politics to commit to developing policies that support the state's growth. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry has commended the LNP’s Getting Queensland Back in Business plan released today. Read more.
The ongoing speculation surrounding Queensland’s looming election is influencing business confidence across the state, according to the latest Suncorp CCIQ Pulse Survey of Business Conditions. Read more.