Figures for November 2018 show that new approvals for dwellings are down to their lowest since August 2013 as the chill from the credit crunch becomes even more visible.
World-first cameras capable of identifying drivers illegally using mobile phones have been switched on at two locations in Sydney for a three month pilot.
The Victorian Government has made paying car rego easier for 1.3 million Victorians over the first year of short term vehicle registration.
Tropical Cyclone Penny has weakened below cyclone strength and is approaching the Queensland coast as a low.
The Victorian Government is boosting land supply and making housing more affordable, with two new communities in Melbourne’s north-west.
An innovative new Western Australian product is set to reduce the amount of plastics required for recreational fishing bait, significantly reducing the potential impact on the environment.
In a court case at Karratha, a 35 year-old man pleaded guilty to possessing a green sawfish rostrum and was ordered to pay $6,953.
Resources and Northern Australia Minister Matthew Canavan will meet with counterpart State and Territory Ministers at the Resources Ministers Meeting as part of the COAG Energy Council in Adelaide.
“Ai Group welcomes the improved budgetary outlook released by the Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg. With the economy performing above expectations, both revenues and the budget bottom line are now anticipated to be stronger in the current and subsequent years,” Ai Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox, said.
Sensible heads need to prevail regarding Australia’s immigration policy said the Housing Industry Association, following COAG’s determination to make population planning and management a standing item on their agenda.