They are a crucial frontline tool in the fight against coronavirus and now one Sydney company has become the first to sell Australian-made medical swabs.
- An Australian company is first to sell locally-manufactured swabs
- The pandemic presents an opportunity to transform Australian manufacturing
- There are calls for government to fund more research and development
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Coronavirus Victoria: Bunnings commits to pay affected workers’ wages – NEWS.com.au
Coronavirus Victoria: Bunnings commits to pay affected workers’ wages
Aussie hardware giant Bunnings has committed to paying all its permanent employees affected by Victorias Stage Four lockdowns their full wages.The retailer will retain all its staff despite Metropolitan Melbourne being under coronavirus restrictions that mean only tradies and industry partners can enter the store. In Metropolitan Melbourne, Bunnings is still operating to the public through no-touch ‘Click & Deliver’ or ‘Drive & Collect’ services.
Bunnings said in a statement its casual …
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A federal parliamentary inquiry has heard Rio Tinto did not tell traditional owners there were three other options which would have spared the Juukan Gorge rock shelters from destruction in May.
Rio Tinto has admitted it did not tell traditional owners there were four options for blasting at Juukan Gorge, three of which did not involve the destruction of highly significant ancient rock shelters.
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