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Community ownership of retail businesses
Charities say they are struggling with the uncertainty around the future of government support payments
This year the movement focuses on its role in tackling the climate emergency
Advocates have welcomed the passage of Queensland legislation that creates a nationally-harmonised legislative scheme regulating cooperatives nationwide.
Australians are now more than ever seeking out more ethical ways of doing business and for Mutuals, it means reminding them that you are here.
Co-ops create competition and choice for consumers while adhering to seven key principles, among them a concern for community
Currently in Australia there’s more than 200 agricultural co-ops owned by around 20,000 farmers, fishers and foresters.
Ms Morrison said the co-operative model would help to rebuild these parts of the supply chain within Australia.
BCCM CEO Melina Morrison spoke on radio show Rural Queensland Today, discussing the new Co-operative Farming Project
We look at how 10 cooperatives across Australia are supporting their communities in the face of an international health crisis
The apex body has been in talks with ministers to discuss ways to reduce the impact of the virus
Last year the Australian Federal Parliament passed landmark legislation for mutuals, the first amendments to the Corporations Act for 18 years that relate to CMEs.