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Indigenous knowledge and tech merge in Alice Springs

Drawing on Indigenous knowledge, Alice Springs is building community and tourism with solar energy and the Parrtjima Festival in Light.

Does Australian democracy need a reboot?

With rising disaffection and public debate, democracies around the world are facing a crisis of confidence. Does Australia need to rethink its democratic structure?

This is Australia's nation building infrastructure project

By 2024-45, the Inland Rail, a 1700km line worth more than $9b that ships freight from Melbourne to Brisbane through NSW, will be up and running.

The banking Royal Commission: the reckoning

With the release of the banking Royal Commission's final report, we reflect on the year gone by in banking and finance.

Why international directors will benefit your board

Boards need to build their level of international skills and connections to run with optimum success, but there are challenges involved.

The 7 biggest infrastructure projects in Australia right now

With record levels of infrastructure spending underway, how are Australia's major projects being governed?

ASIC says its time to review margin loans

ASIC Commissioner Cathie Armour says it could be time for companies to rethink their policy on margin loans for directors and officers.

Is your D&O insurance up to scratch?

As boards are becoming increasingly exposed to class actions directors must ensure they have effective insurance in place.

AICD's update on the banking Royal Commission and corporate penalties

With the release of the banking Royal Commission final report, 2019 will see landmark legislation implemented with a focus on corporate responsibility.

How to get your board minutes right

Who takes the minutes? What is the purpose? How much detail is necessary? Here's all you need to know about improving your board minutes.
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