What happens to small towns whose water becomes big business for bottled brands?

What happens to small towns whose water becomes big business for bottled brands?

By Emma Kathryn White and Rebecca Louise Nelson Posted May 17, 2018 08:16:37 Photo: Governments only tend to spend serious money on groundwater investigations once people start running out of water. (ABC Tropical North: Sophie Kesteven) Groundwater being pumped from a highland aquifer, only to be whisked away in tankers …

Job Detail | Senior Brand Manager | Pharmaceutical Brands |Sydney

Job Detail | Senior Brand Manager | Pharmaceutical Brands |Sydney

Senior Brand Manager | Pharmaceutical Brands |Sydney Company: i-Pharm ConsultingLocation: Macquarie ParkReference: KEGA1405Closing Date: 27 May 18Type: PermanentSalary (£): 0 – 20,000Benefits: Super Job Summary: JOB SUMMARYOur client is leading Global healthcare provider who prides themselves on providing the highest standard of medication to its customers around …

Hodgman Government proposes $200m stake in TasWater; Labor brands backdown ‘humiliating’

Hodgman Government proposes $200m stake in TasWater; Labor brands backdown ‘humiliating’

Updated May 01, 2018 15:38:01 The Tasmanian Government has ditched its controversial plan to take over the state’s water and sewerage utility and instead plans to spend $200 million to become a shareholder. The Liberal Government had wanted to take over the council-owned water entity TasWater, claiming the water and …

Australian clothing brands won’t commit to garment workers’ safety | Fashion

A group of well-known Australian clothing brands has failed to sign a crucial accord protecting garment workers in the wake of the Rana Plaza disaster, according to Oxfam. Tuesday marks the fifth anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse, Bangladesh’s worst industrial disaster. The building housed five garment factories supplying global …