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Magistrate: Jail Dodgy Asbestos Removers
'Cowboys' who repeatedly remove asbestos illegally should be jailed, a Victorian judge says.
Is Prison Builder Dodging Debt?
A NSW government minister accuses a collapsed construction firm of avoiding debt and obligations by going into liquidation.
Engineer’s Alleged Gadhafi Ties Lead to $1.5 Billion Class Action
A Canadian engineering giant is facing a $1.5 billion class action after being accused of controversial ties with...
Court Rules Against Hardie Directors
The High Court rules that former directors of James Hardie misled the Australian stock exchange about an asbestos...
ABCC Appoints Tender For Sham Contract Research
The Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) has announced the appointment of a researcher to undertake empirical research...
Asbestos Site Should be Remediated
A former asbestos manufacturing site in Sydney’s western suburbs should be remediated before being developed, a law firm...
Reed Wins Right to Commence Wind-up
A construction firm said to be in financial difficulty wins the right to start liquidation proceedings against a...
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Has Mediation Suffocated Negotiation?
Even prior to the advent of mediation, the art of negotiation meant that 90 per cent of matters were...
Controversy Still Surrounds 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide
Victoria: New Corruption Body Good for Construction
Local Participation Plans Mandatory for Big Construction Projects
Siemens to Provide Wind Power for US Nuclear Weapons Plant
Leighton Establishing Platform for Profitability
New Home Lending Hits Three Year Highs
Building Cop Workforce to be Slashed
SA Government to Take on Building Insurance Risk
New Computer Modelling Could Help Prevent Looming Global Water Crisis
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