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  • news | 24 April 2014

    Report shows Australia improving in ICT

    Australia’s decade long decline in ICT readiness has only been slightly slowed, according to the 2014 edition of the World Economic Forum’s Global Information Technology Report.

  • news | 24 April 2014

    Engineering Anzacs remembered on ANZAC Day

    This year marks the centenary of the start of World War One and on this national day of remembrance, Engineers Australia’s National President pays tribute to those ANZACS who served and died in the war and highlights the important contribution of engineers and engineering in the war effort.

  • news | 24 April 2014

    Queensland Motorways sold for $7 billion

    A Transurban-led consortium has acquired Queensland Motorways from the Queensland Investment Corporation in a deal worth $7.057 billion.

  • news | 24 April 2014

    Exclusive Member Deals with Pan Pacific & Park Royal Hotels – Now International!

    Engineers Australia has secured discounted stay rates with luxury hotels Pan Pacific and Park Royal in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Sydney & Perth, offering a discount off the best available rate for all guest room types – exclusive to EA members.

  • news | 23 April 2014

    $12.4 billion spent on more fighter jets

    The federal government has announced it will spend $12.4 billion to purchase 58 Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II Joint Strike Fighters.

  • news | 23 April 2014

    Winners announced for the 2014 Mechanical College Awards

    Engineers Australia’s Mechanical College have announced the winners of their three eminent awards to exemplary engineers in the field of mechanical engineering. Engineers Australia congratulates winners; Emeritus Professor Grant Steven for the 2014 AGM Michell Medal, Dr Gareth Forbes and Professor Robert Randall for the 2014 Sir George Julius Medal, and Rachel Harch, 2014’s Young Mechanical Engineer of the Year.

  • news | 23 April 2014

    MOFs saving large plastic holes

    A new material that prevents plastic from ageing has been developed by CSIRO, which the organisation believes can offer huge environmental and cost savings for the energy industry.

  • news | 23 April 2014

    April 2014 Division President Report

    April 2014 Division President Report

  • news | 23 April 2014

    Dianne Boddy 2014 Victorian Honour Roll of Women Inductee

    Dianne Boddy 2014 Victorian Honour Roll of Women Inductee

  • news | 23 April 2014

    Leadership as a team sport

    Discussion around the concept of leadership often concentrates on the individual; the charismatic leader, the presidential style candidate, the champion. The probable reality, particularly in an engineering enterprise, is that organisations need leadership teams and while not denying that individual attributes are important, it is the coherence and the effectiveness of the team that is paramount.

  • news | 23 April 2014

    We need to innovate more

    The WA engineer who won Engineers Australia’s highest engineering honour has challenged engineers to collaborate and innovate more to secure their future in an increasingly competitive global industry.

  • news | 23 April 2014

    VicRoads: Engineering the sustainability of the Great Ocean Rd

    The Great Ocean Road is a National and State listed stretch of road along the south-western coast of Victoria. It is one of Australia’s principal tourist routes, extending from Torquay in the Surf Coast Shire to Allansford in the Moyne Shire with a number of coastal towns along its 240 kilometre length.

  • news | 23 April 2014

    Engineers Australia Careers Expo 2014

    Engineers Australia Careers Expo 2014

  • news | 23 April 2014

    Leadership as a team sport

    Leadership as a team sport

  • news | 23 April 2014

    Infotech Enterprises: Designing Tomorrow Together

    Infotech Enterprises: Designing Tomorrow Together

  • news | 23 April 2014

    Swinburne to develop electric buses for Malaysia

    Swinburne to develop electric buses for Malaysia

  • news | 23 April 2014

    Risk brings reward for RMIT alumnus

    Risk brings reward for RMIT alumnus

  • news | 23 April 2014

    Employer Obligations – Professional Engineers Act 2002

    Engineers Australia is pleased to release Employer Obligations – Professional Engineers Act 2002 a guide to assist members providing a professional service in, or for, Queensland to meet their legal requirements under the Professional Engineers Act (the Act)

  • news | 23 April 2014

    Baum, Deakin Engineering and the pursuit of bespoke perfection

    Baum, Deakin Engineering and the pursuit of bespoke perfection

  • news | 23 April 2014

    Engineers Australia Wins International Award

    Engineers Australia Wins International Award

 
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