Construction has started on a half-billion dollar pilot hydrogen project which has the potential to create $2 billion in exports for Australia.
With Australia’s construction industry regulatory environment reaching a critical tipping point, the Australian Steel Institute (ASI) believes that government and industry must work together to implement the viable, cost-effective solutions available.
“The start of new incentives from 1 July 2019 for builders to take on apprentices and for people to start on a career in building and construction will be a boost for our industry, small business and the economy,” Denita Wawn, CEO of Master Builders Australia said.
Dial Before You Dig fear potential deaths and injuries as the massive slate of state and national infrastructure projects worth 100s of billions of dollars are rolled out, and is running a national and state-by-state crusade to make underground checking mandatory.
Roads and Maritime Services is reminding truck drivers about the importance of obeying road signs after a B Double driver got stuck on Broughton Pass at Wilton.
The Territory Government is creating jobs for Territorians.
“Home lending figures released by the ABS today (July 11 2019) show the number of loans to households building new homes grew modestly in May (2019),” said HIA’s Senior Economist, Geordan Murray.
“Senator Michaelia Cash has today (July 11 2019) drawn a welcome line in the sand in placing vocational education and training on the same footing as higher education,” Ai Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox, said.
The first stage of works to upgrade Purkiss Reserve will get underway soon, with the contract to deliver new perimeter fencing awarded to local company Harvey Developments (NT) Pty Ltd.
Australia’s forestry industry continues to show significant signs of growth revealed a new report by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ABARES).