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Posts By Damien Martin

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Success? Absolutely
2 months ago

Success? Absolutely

Profile About Us Contact Us From startup to shutdown, the ACOM Group is a project delivery dream team

When your company identity leads with the word “absolute,” you’d better …
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In need of a remedy
2 months ago

In need of a remedy

Commission targets aged care system overhaul

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety final report won’t be released until February, but we already know it’s not going …
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Lithium on the verge
2 months ago

Lithium on the verge

By Anne-Frances Hutchinson

It’s a tough waiting game, but Australia’s lithium market is set for a big comeback

With demand stilled by the global pandemic, Australia’s lithium producers are …
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Facing the future with fewer
2 months ago

Facing the future with fewer

Migration rates have crashed, and the guideposts to recovery are moving by the hour. Just how much do we stand to lose?

By Anne-Frances Hutchinson

Over the past decade, …
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Hybrid work
2 months ago

Hybrid work

The future of the office is part-remote, part in-person. Poly’s Andy Hurt tells us how that will look.

Work is something you do, not a place you go. It’s a …
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Why become an event moderator?
2 months ago

Why become an event moderator?

Do you enjoy public speaking? Are you good at making people feel comfortable? Do you feel you can brighten up a conversation? Roundtable moderation could be for you. Moderators …
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Why you need to stop playing the blame game (& what to do instead)
2 months ago

Why you need to stop playing the blame game (& what to do instead)

By  •  Success

COVID-19 is forcing us to reassess the certainty, opportunities and routines we previously enjoyed in both our professional and personal lives. Large numbers of people have experienced job loss, …
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Pushed for cash
3 months ago

Pushed for cash

By  •  Finance

Pandemic speeds cashless transition, but there’s still value in a dollarydoo

Lance Blockley hasn’t regularly carried cash in Australia for at least six years. He’s hardly alone. Even before the …
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Traditional owners
3 months ago

Traditional owners

Indigenous Australians have a long and complicated relationship with mining

The destruction of 46,000-year-old rock shelters at Juukan Gorge in the Pilbara during the expansion of an iron ore mine …
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A vision of 2023
3 months ago

A vision of 2023

What the Women’s World Cup could mean for Australia & New Zealand

It can be hard to imagine now, but picture July and August three years from now. Australia …
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