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Landing in a tax mess

Landing in a tax mess Our society would cease to function if we didn’t have tax revenue. So it is important that taxes are collected fairly, and that they are used effectively. Not many taxes are more unfair than those around property. But that only affects the rich property owners, so who cares, right? Not […]

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ALLU ATTACHMENTS & APPLICATIONS CONTINUE TO EXPAND

The solution whatever your material ALLU continues to expand and add value to business across the globe. Some of the many applications that Qld Rock breakers and RDW group have seen a great benefit for business include. Landscaping and Agriculture: with the versatile DL Transformer Series. Earth Moving and Demolition: Reducing waste Increasing profits with […]

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Woke – broken Leadership

After a world record 28 years of uninterrupted GDP growth, there will come a time when the music slows. A rising tide lifts all boats, but it is when the tide subsides that you can see who was swimming naked. This will be the time when we see which businesses have had real leaders who […]

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Mining’s importance to us

Thank you, Miners! Australia this month will have its first current account surplus since 1975 – all thanks to the near doubling of resources exports from $160 billion in 2016 to $275 billion just three years later. Did you know that resources now account for three-quarters of Australia’s goods exports? Our top three exports (iron […]

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Mental Safety

Are we looking at safety the right way? The workplace fatality rate over the past decades has halved (refer to graph), and whilst every death is one too many, maybe we’re looking at the wrong areas (particularly in bang for our bucks we have hit the wall of diminishing returns) to further improve the wellbeing […]

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Modern Crime isn’t physical

We have shared with you before stories of theft against our company. In the last 12 months, we’ve had three theft events against our business. We are proud that in two of those events, we managed to track down the stolen goods and perpetrators ourselves (the third one we aren’t sure, because the victim never […]

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Who’s Responsible for compliance?

In a very interesting development, it seems that we are starting to see the turning point back to some common sense in terms of responsibility for compliance, at least in the area of Chain of Responsibility (COR). In what has now become an industry, regulators are now turning their sights on corporate lawyers, compliance units […]

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QRB Service News

With a busy June and EOFY behind us, it’s time to reflect and share some news and updates from our Qld Rock Breakers team.

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Buy Australian

Most countries in the world have citizens who are parochial. The people support their country at sporting events, and usually like to support their fellow countrymen in other contexts when given the opportunity. We’ve seen well intentioned policies designed to achieve a particular cause, such as Buy Australian campaigns to support local industries. But these […]

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