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Partner News: New Zealand Arinex famil wows Australasian associations

Association executives from across Australia have been impressed by the conference opportunities across the Tasman following an Educational event organised by Tourism New Zealand and Arinex. Three new convention centres have increased New Zealand’s capacity for association events - Te Pae Christchurch Convention…

Home insurance costs spike, with parts of Australia at risk of becoming uninsurable

In California and Florida, getting home insurance is becoming an almost impossible task. It's either unaffordable or in some cases not being offered at all, with insurance companies pulling out in droves. The combination of climate-fuelled natural disasters coupled with increasing populations often living in risky areas is threatening the global insurance industry. This isn't theoretical for Australians.…

How Foodservice Suppliers Association Australia are supporting its members in 2024

As a member-based association, we are a reflection of our membership and as such walk side by side with them among the challenges they face. These challenges have been varied in recent times including disruptions in the supply chain, changes in consumer behaviour, and getting regulation ready. We are committed to enhancing our collaboration with industry stakeholders, connecting industry to share knowledge, and partnering with agencies that help prepare our members…

Business wants pay rises for Australia’s lowest paid workers limited to 2% – but what about executives?

As business groups increase calls for wage restraint for Australia’s lowest paid workers, their voices turn largely silent when asked about their own executive pay plans. Guardian Australia asked the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, which has told the Fair Work Commission to limit any minimum pay increase to 2%, if it would adhere to the same wage restraint for its own chief executive.

SMSF Association challenges new super tax proposal

As the government’s new super tax proposal recently came under scrutiny in Parliament, the SMSF Association is spearheading opposition to what it views as problematic aspects of the legislation, particularly the taxation of unrealised capital gains. Taxing unrealised gains:…

Master Electricians Australia appoints Kate Raymond as CEO

Master Electricians Australia is pleased to announce it has appointed experienced construction industry advocate and policy expert Kate Raymond as its Chief Executive Officer, following a nation-wide recruitment exercise. President Peter Matthews said the Master Electricians Australia Board…

Maria MacNamara appointed CEO of Space Industry Association of Australia

  Maria MacNamara has been appointed as the next CEO of the Space Industry Association of Australia (SIAA), the national peak body for the space industry in Australia. MacNamara brings 35 years of experience across the public sector, global ICT and membership organisations to the new role, including her most recent experience as…
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