“Dramatic changes in migration intake can create shocks in demand for private sector businesses, including those in the residential building industry. Changes to migration policies that slow population growth risk adversely impacting Australia’s potential for economic growth,” stated HIA’s Chief Economist, Tim Reardon.
The construction and installation of Perth’s first Smart Freeway, that will save Kwinana Freeway’s morning peak commuters up to ten minutes, is a step closer.
A new motorcycle education safety campaign has been launched to help address a tragic spike in motorcycle fatalities in Victoria in 2019.
“Ai Group supports the infrastructure-focused South Australian State Budget delivered by Treasurer Rob Lucas,” Ai Group SA Head, Steve Myatt, said.
The first of five planned high-flow environmental water releases during winter and spring to the Snowy River is set to commence in late June 2019, NSW Department of Industry Director Water Analytics, Danielle Baker, said.
Does your dog have what it takes to be crowned Australia’s hardest working dog? Put it to the test by nominating it for the 2019 Cobber Working Dog Challenge.
“The fact that economic growth is now at its weakest in a decade makes the task of actioning new infrastructure projects all the more urgent,” Shane Garrett, Chief Economist of Master Builders Australia said.
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GFG Alliance signed an agreement with Havilah Resources Limited in Whyalla, SA, with the intent to support the development of iron ore and copper concentrate in SA to potentially feed its planned landmark Next‐Gen 10 Mt steel plant and its copper smelter project in Whyalla.
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