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Australia Creates 19,600 Construction Jobs in Three Months
Despite weak building activity, Australia added 19,600 construction jobs in the three months to February.
Lack of Science, Maths Holding Australia Back: Report
A lack of graduate skills in science, mathematics, technology and engineering is holding back Australian businesses, a new...
Building Groups Deride Fair Work Changes as ‘Anti-Business’
Building and groups in Australia have slammed the second round of changes to the Fair Work Act, saying...
Construction Industry Hails Anti-Discrimination Backdown
The withdrawal of the federal government's proposed revamp of anti-discrimination legislation in Australia has been welcomed by the...
Construction Apprentices to Get Mentoring from Industry Veterans
A new scheme will see apprentices in the building and construction industry in Australia being mentored by industry...
Power Lines Pose Biggest Danger to Plumbers
Contact with powerlines is the biggest safety hazard faced by plumbers in Australia, a plumbing industry journal says.
Fair Work Ombudsman to Monitor 457 Visas
The Fair Work Ombudsman is given power to monitor compliance with 457 visa conditions in Australia.
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Construction Wages Rising Slowly
Salaries and wages for architects, builders and others in the Australian construction industry are rising but at a limited...
Builder Flies in Construction Workers via Chopper
Unions Wrong on 457 Visas: Industry Group
Constructing The World’s Biggest Hydro Dam
Tornado Devastation Can Be Minimized Via Simple Engineering Trick
Mining Slowdown Wipes Out Engineering Firm Value
No Growth in Housing Starts this Year: Forecast
SA Government to Take on Building Insurance Risk
Has Mediation Suffocated Negotiation?
Architectural Insight: Global Experts Talk Technology and Process
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