“Easing house price pressures are providing some affordability relief for home buyers,” commented Diwa Hopkins, HIA Economist.
Thousands of trade apprentices who rely on their car to travel to work every day will be hundreds of dollars better off, with the Victorian Government extending its registration discount program.
CIMIC Group’s global mining services provider, Thiess, will continue its long-term relationship with OZ Minerals under a new A$112 million contract to provide stockpile rehandle services at Prominent Hill, near Coober Pedy, South Australia.
Confidence levels across Queensland’s property industry remain fairly constant, with only small variations in business confidence levels since the June 2018 quarter, according to the latest ANZ/Property Council Survey.
The latest ANZ/Property Council Survey reveals that confidence in the Victorian property industry has cooled, with a drop of six index points in the September 2018 quarter.
The latest ANZ/Property Council Survey released shows the NSW property industry has once again dropped in confidence, going from the state with the strongest sentiment to the weakest.
ACT Executive Director of the Property Council, Adina Cirson has said that new ANZ/Property Council Survey results reveal a dip in confidence expectations for the September 2018 quarter, following a strong performance by the nation’s capital for the preceding 12 months.
“The ACCC’s final report on Electricity supply and prices contains significant and wide-ranging recommendations with many potentially positive implications for energy users and providers,” Australian Industry Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox, said.
We are pleased to announce the Government will establish an Advanced Welder Training Centre in Caboolture to train and skill local welding apprentices and workers from local businesses.
The nation’s private pilots have won major cuts to regulatory red tape from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority.