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Matthew Tukaki reflects on his riveting life story

NewstalkZB 27 Jun 2022
After living most of his adult life in Australia, Matthew moved home to New Zealand and was appointed to the role of Executive Chairman of ...
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Genpact Study Reveals Hybrid Workplace Dichotomy: Executives Confident They Can Maintain Corporate Culture but Concerned ...

Longview News-Journal 27 Jun 2022
Genpact and FORTUNE Brand Studio conducted an online survey of 500 senior executives across the U.S, U.K, Germany, Australia, Japan, and Canada in the fall of 2021 to study how companies are using technology beyond the bottom line by examining progress toward three distinct objectives ... Australia..
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Creating success in the nonprofit sector: Mission Met's journey of developing infrastructural support for nonprofits

International Business Times 27 Jun 2022
Talking about her experience as an Executive Director of About-Face, Jennifer Berger says, "There is something extremely powerful about being able to push pause on your organization and take a breath, step back, and take a good hard look at it and move forward with clarity."
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Samantha Jade reveals her mother's heartbreaking final moments before losing her battle with breast cancer

The Daily Mail 25 Jun 2022
She released her latest single in memory of her late mother, Jacqueline Gibbs ... RELATED ARTICLES ... EXCLUSIVE ... Samantha won X Factor 10 years ago and is planning a reunion show touring Australia ... Pat was one of two Sony Music Australia executives to be stood down in June following the abrupt departure of his father and long-serving CEO Denis Handlin ... .
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AOC launches Have a Go Month to encourage sporting participation

Inside The Games 25 Jun 2022
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has marked Olympic Day by launching "Have a Go Month", which aims to inspire individuals of all ages to take up or return to sport ... Matt Carroll, chief executive of the AOC, expressed hope that the initiative can widen sporting participation in the build-up to Australia staging the Olympics in Brisbane in 2032.
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India, Australia winemakers step up alliance ahead of FTA | Mint

Live Mint 24 Jun 2022
Indian winemakers will also be visiting Australia on Sunday to further engage with industry executives ... “We are looking forward to hosting representatives from the Indian wine industry in Australia and build cooperation and expanding relations between our countries that will ...
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Sun Cable's Australian solar power export project deemed investment ready

Reuters 24 Jun 2022
"Today's announcement by Infrastructure Australia affirms that the (project) is economically viable and will deliver significant benefits for Australia and our region," Sun Cable Chief Executive Officer David Griffin said in a statement.Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com.
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Sun Cable project secures support of Infrastructure Australia

PV Magazine 24 Jun 2022
Sun Cable’s massive AUD 30 billion ($20.7 billion) Australia-Asia PowerLink project has passed another major milestone by obtaining approval from Infrastructure Australia. From pv magazine Australia ... “The Australia-Asia PowerLink will be transformative for the country on multiple fronts,” said PwC Australia Chief Executive Officer Tom Seymour.
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Historical fix? New trophy for century-old rugby series

Citizen Tribune 24 Jun 2022
But for many Indigenous communities in Australia, Cook symbolized displacement ... “This trophy represents the historic rivalry and respect between England and Australia, recognizing two players who have contributed to both this fixture and each of our nations’ histories,” Rugby Football Union chief executive Bill Sweeney said.
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Judith Neilson’s daughter and lawyer join institute’s board after directors quit in protest

The Observer 24 Jun 2022
The chief executive officer of Neilson’s family office, Simon Freeman, told Guardian Australia Neilson wanted to move the organisation “in a slightly different direction” ... Guardian Australia, like other media organisations, has had several projects funded by the institute, including the Pacific Project.
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Analysis: Up-ended global LNG markets deepen Australia’s power woes

FX Empire 24 Jun 2022
LNG plant supplying Europe have had knock-on effects driving power prices up in Australia too ... And given that, I don’t think it would be wise to think of this as a short term or transient problem,” said Ben Eade, chief executive of Manufacturing Australia, which represents Australia’s big, gas-dependent manufacturers.
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Analysis: Up-ended global LNG markets deepen Australia's power woes

Reuters 24 Jun 2022
LNG plant supplying Europe have had knock-on effects driving power prices up in Australia too ... And given that, I don't think it would be wise to think of this as a short term or transient problem," said Ben Eade, chief executive of Manufacturing Australia, which represents Australia's big, gas-dependent manufacturers.
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How a single Instagram photo led a prominent rapper featured on triple j to be ...

The Daily Mail 24 Jun 2022
Detectives found the photo from May 20 on Younes' Instagram that they allege show him standing with an organised crime figure ... He captioned the photo ... Where y'all at?' ... Inside the paranoid life of one of Australia's most... Executed bikie's wife breaks silence on Sydney's brutal gang... Professional boxer who fought for Australia at Commonwealth... .
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Wabano's Igniting the Spirit Gala: Making the Water Sing rushes back to life

Ottawa Business Journal 24 Jun 2022
Her brother, John Rogers, senior account executive for Bell Media/CTV, was also a big part of the night as the live auctioneer, selling off everything from a handmade birch canoe, traditional carvings and artwork to an Indigenous culinary experience at Wabano for eight.

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