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Construction Industry Faces Yet More Compliance: Building Group
The building and construction industry in Australia slams a proposed rule to require employee representatives to sign enterprise...
The Workplace Diaspora: Workplaces of the Future Summit
The Green Building Council of Australia has brought together the industry’s leading workplace experts to explore the developments...
Construction Industry ‘Blindsided’ by New Building Code
A key Australian building group is angry about the lack of consultation regarding a new code of conduct...
Mining Industry Continues to Top Australian Wages
New figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics indicate that the mining sector continues to provide the highest...
Scholarship for Women in Construction Goes National
A scholarship program to help women in the construction industry conduct research and advance their careers will go...
Female Architects Face Worst Pay Gap
An annual survey of recent graduates has found that architecture and building grads once again face the highest...
Western Australia Pushes for More Female Engineers
Helen Pedersen, the newly appointed president of the WA division of Engineers Australia, has made increasing female participation...
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457 Crackdown Passes Lower House
Tougher laws for importing foreign workers in construction and other industries in Australia have passed through the lower house...
Builder Flies in Construction Workers via Chopper
Unions Wrong on 457 Visas: Industry Group
Construction Commences on China’s First Shale Gas Pipeline
Electric Trains Set to Hit $291 Million Seaford Railway Extension
Leighton Contractors Wins Biggest Ever Contract
Sydney 13th Most Expensive Market for Prime Office Space
Insuring Heritage Listed Residence
Risk Migration, Contractors and Design and Construct Contracts
New Hoist Technology Will Improve Viability of Superscrapers
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