Ivory and Rhino Horn Trade to be Banned in Australia

The illegal wildlife market is worth up to $US23 billion a year. And Australia may be encouraging the trade by accepting domestic ivory and rhino horn sales in the country. As per latest reports Australia will be soon placing a ban on ivory and rhino horn trade in the country as an attempt to save

Gas Prices in the South Not Likely to Fall Says New ACCC Report

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), sharing findings of its reports said that gas prices in the south will remain high in spite excess production and lowered demand from gas powered generators. There also is not expected short fall in gas in the future. The ACCC, in its seventh report on the east coast

Australia Banning Binary Online Trading and Regulating CFD Investments

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has decided to take matter in its hands in an attempt to save many Australians trading their incomes and losing big money to binary online trading and Contracts for Difference (CFD) investments. According to ASIC, Australian clients last year lost $490 million on binary options trading alone. This

Australians Facing Age Discrimination at their Workplace

As per the Diversity Council of India, starting from age 45, people in Australia go down the spiral, facing age discrimination at workplace. And once this number crosses the diabolic 50, organizations display acute unwillingness in hiring them at all say nearly 30 per cent of respondents to a 2018 survey by the Australian Human Rights

Australia’s Dipping Private Insurance Needs to be Addressed

Australian private health insurance needs instant attention as an increasing number of Australians opt out of their insurance plans dipping it down by an entire percent since last year and the lowest since 2007. The government and private health insurance both are alarmed by the present figures released by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).

Reforms to Religious and Gender Laws in Australia

In a series of some transformational decisions, the Australian Government may be making changed to more than one law. A cabinet meeting is being chaired by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, where Attorney-General Christian Porter will propose a bill which mirrors other existing laws that protect Australians from race, sex, disability and age discrimination. Following the