The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland believes tourism leaders and the State Government must be aggressive in getting the message out that our State remains open for business. Read more.
CCIQ is extending its Employer Assistance Line services (EAL) to any Far North Queensland business affected by Cyclone Ita where they have been forced to temporarily close or reduce their operations. Read more.
The Queensland Parliament has passed changes to the state’s work health and safety legislation, which will significantly restrict union right of entry for safety purposes and restrict rights of safety and health representatives to stop work being conducted on site. Read more.
Senior business students from across the Redlands converged on Sheldon College on April 3 for a series of workshops designed to help engage them successfully with the world beyond the school gates, with the support of our very own local industry professionals. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland has teamed up with Wide Bay Australia Ltd to provide quality services to its business banking customers in regional Queensland. Read more.
Queensland businesses have had a big win following the Federal Government’s decision not to impose a curfew on flights in and out of Brisbane airport. Read more.