Protection from the cost of causing 3rd party injury or…

  • May 21, 2019
  • FENCiT
As a fencing contractor, you are responsible for third party bodily injury and property damage that occurs due to your activity or that of your business. Third parties can include:...

Infrastructure investment a highlight of WA budget

  • May 13, 2019
  • FENCiT
The Australian Industry Group WA congratulates the State Government on the work it has done to assist in returning the WA budget to surplus. Ai Group State Manager Kristian Stratton...

Additional funding boost for apprenticeships and traineeships

  • May 10, 2019
  • FENCiT
The WA Government will introduce an Employer Incentive Scheme to help thousands of Western Australian employers with the costs of employing an apprentice or new entrant trainee. A total of...

2019 WA Industry and Export Awards launch

  • May 9, 2019
  • FENCiT
Applications have opened for the 2019 Western Australian Industry and Export Awards. For more than three decades, the awards have served as a means for businesses to gain both local...

More progress is needed in Airbag recalls

  • May 2, 2019
  • FENCiT
The quarterly recall figures for Takata airbags reveal steady progress is being made in the recall but the ACCC is warning motorists not to become complacent. As at 31 March...

New technology accelerates online shopping growth

  • May 1, 2019
  • FENCiT
Aussie shoppers will be just as likely to open their wallets online as they will in-store in a decade’s time, with new research by Australia Post revealing that by 2030,...

Builders back new $60m for apprentice wage subsidy

  • May 1, 2019
  • FENCiT
The $60 million expansion of the Apprentice Wage Subsidy for rural and regional Australia announced by the Prime Minister is strongly supported by Master Builders Australia. “The doubling in the...

Property tax revenues highlight need for reform

  • April 29, 2019
  • FENCiT
The latest ABS data on Australian taxation revenues reinforces the need for comprehensive reform of our federal, state and local tax systems when it comes to property. State and local...

More than 460,000 jobs created in Victoria

  • April 23, 2019
  • FENCiT
Victoria’s jobs growth continues, with 10,000 jobs created in March 2019, and the State’s unemployment rate dropping to 4.6 per cent. Australian Bureau of Statistics data released shows more than...