Ellie Dudley

Ellie Dudley
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Ellie Dudley is a journalist at Dynamic Business with a background in the startup space and current affairs reporting . She has a specific interest in foreign investment and the Australian economy.

“A fancy IKEA pack”: Australia’s own flat-packed electric vehicle

Australian startup ACE EV has unveiled their plans for Australian-manufactured electric cars, made from imported flat-pack vehicle kits. From 2019-2020 there was a 40 per...

IR flexibility: Should the COVID-19 changes become permanent?

Industrial relations changes have been critical in helping small business employers keep their doors open and staff on their payroll throughout the pandemic. The flexibilities...

Facebook threatens to block Australians from sharing news

Facebook is threatening to ban news from being shared on its platforms in Australia, due to a new regulatory code that would force themselves...

Changes to NSW Victorian border closure to assist local businesses

Key changes will be made to ease restrictions on the NSW Victorian border to help residents and local businesses operate as Victoria continues to...

Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment offered to Victorian workers living in NSW or SA

People who live in New South Wales and South Australia but work in Victoria are now eligible for a $1,500 Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment...

Daniel Andrews to unveil roadmap to “COVID-normal” this Sunday

Premier Daniel Andrews will release his reopening roadmap for Victoria this Sunday, September 6th. In a statement released today, the Victorian Government has said they...

SMEs expecting salaries to be frozen for the next 12 months

47 per cent of small to medium enterprises expect salary increases to be frozen for at least 12 months, according to a new study...

Josh Frydenberg critiques Daniel Andrews’ response to COVID-19

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has lashed out at Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews over the premier's handling of COVID-19 during a heated interview with ABC News...

Small business recovery grants closing soon

NSW small businesses have less than a week left to apply for the Small Business Recovery Grant. The Grant was opened up to small businesses who employ less than...

ANZ offers $200,000 loans to small businesses

ANZ today launched a new digital lending platform to provide a conditional $200,000 to small businesses in unsecured lending in as little as 20...

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Unemployment rate drops, defying forecasts

Official ABS figures released today show that the unemployment rate has fallen to 6.8 per cent in August, down from 7.5 per...

Increased capacity for NSW stadiums

The NSW Government have announced that major sporting events at selected Sydney stadiums will be able to increase their capacity from October...

More outdoor dining for NSW this summer

Alfresco dining will become the norm this summer, with NSW government agencies banding together in a task force dedicated to activating the...