“Official figures for the first quarter of 2019 show that construction activity across Australia dropped by 1.9% compared with the end of 2018 – but there were signs of growth in some important areas,” Shane Garrett, Master Builders Australia’s Chief Economist said.
The WA Government is calling for expressions of interest to join the Infrastructure WA board, to provide independent advice to Government on the State’s long-term, job-creating infrastructure priorities.
Australian cattle producers have welcomed the completion of the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (I-A CEPA), which eliminates of a number of meat and livestock tariffs.
The Victorian Government hopes to provide certainty for Victoria’s timber industry and the jobs it supports with a new allocation order and the development of new timber plantation sites in Gippsland.
The transformation of BlueScope in recent years has resulted in a more diversified business.
“The HIA Affordability Index rose by 2.2 per cent in the March 2019 quarter to post the most significant improvement in affordability since September 2013,” said Tim Reardon, HIA Chief Economist.
The Property Council of Australia has congratulated Prime Minister Scott Morrison and the Coalition on 2019’s federal election result.
Gallagher has partnered with FENCiT to provide members with a wide range of business and personal insurance and risk management services.
Businesses in the fencing industry struggle with the same issues as building and construction when it comes to encouraging young people to work in the sector.
The Australian Industry Group WA congratulates the State Government on the work it has done to assist in returning the WA budget to surplus.