It was the most ambitious of projects: a technology-fuelled design for urban living that would generate tens of billions of dollars and change the way cities were built. So what should we make of Quayside Toronto's failure to get off the ground?
It’s difficult to imagine another event that might present such a challenge for our health and economic systems as COVID-19 has. But there is an opportunity to tell another story - your story.
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly changed the way West Australians go about everyday life. Much of this change relates to the increasingly digital flavour of our working lives. With so many offices closed, we’ve used programs like Microsoft Teams to conduct meetings and co-ordinate workflows, while communicating with (and being part of) webinar audiences that stretch across the world. But amid all the disruption, we’ve also seen examples of the best of humanity. Fremantle’s Left Bank pub, for instance, is retaining and paying staff under the Federal Government’s Job Keeper program but, with the venue shut, sending them out to
Negotiating the COVID-19 pandemic is currently a major focus for the WA Government. The good news for business is there will soon be opportunities to be involved in the recovery. Staff in Ministerial offices have spent recent weeks keeping pace with daily decisions to implement the Government’s response to the pandemic. But as the curve continues to flatten the Government has an eye to the future and is keen to hear about projects that will inject valuable income and jobs into our communities as part of the recovery from COVID-19. Treasurer Ben Wyatt has made it clear that initiatives to boost the
You may not be able to stop by someone's desk or take them out for a coffee but there are little things we can all do each day to minimise negative feelings and make our co-workers feel more comfortable.
Dramatic changes to the way we work offer an opportunity to reposition our power system for the future.