The Government’s move to extend the duration and expand the eligibility of the $20,000 tax write off, introduced in the Parliament, will be a boost for small builders and tradies.
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Brad De Losa from Australia won the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS(R) Champions Trophy in Hamburg.
New economic modelling commissioned by Master Builders Australia forecasts that the $75 billion infrastructure and housing affordability measures announced in the Budget will deliver a substantial 41% boost to the supply and affordability of housing.
A comparison of conditions in the outback on either side of Australia’s dingo fence has revealed that extermination of these apex predators not only affects the abundance of other animals and plants, but also reduces the quality of the soil.
CIMIC Group company, CPB Contractors, will deliver the second and final phase of the NZ Transport Agency project, the State Highway 2 Baypark to Bayfair Link Upgrade in Tauranga.
The Australian Steel Institute (ASI) has welcomed the new procurement program announced by Rio Tinto aimed at making it easier for local businesses to compete for contracts with the resource giant in Western Australia.
Alfredton carpentry apprentice Steven Butler enjoyed a double victory with honours from Master Builders Association of Victoria naming him State Apprentice of the Year and Regional Apprentice of the Year for 2017.