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1. 14 June 18QUEENSLAND / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Minister Mick de Brenni announced the next phase of implementation of the Queensland Government's Building Industry Fairness legislation. [Full text]
2. 14 June 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / INDUSTRY
Deputy Premier Trad announced the Cross River Rail Project would generate 450 new apprenticeships and traineeships during the construction life of the $5.4 billion project. [Full text]
3. 14 June 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY
UDIA Victoria released its '2018-2019 Advocacy Agenda' which focuses on housing, planning and economics. [Full text]
4. 14 June 18SUSTAINABILITY / INDUSTRY
The Property Council called on the Federal Government for policies to achieve net zero in the built environment by 2050. [Full text]
5. 11 June 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / INDUSTRY
Premier Marshall said more than 20,000 additional work-based apprenticeships and traineeships will be created in SA over four years thanks as a result of the agreement. [Full text]
6. 11 June 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / INDUSTRY
Minister Karen Andrews said SA has signed on to the Turnbull Government's Skilling Australians Fund (SAF) National Partnership Agreement. [Full text]
7. 11 June 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY
Minister Natalie Hutchins announced $585,000 to increase the numbers of women in the construction industry. [Full text]
8. 11 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY
Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced the NSW Government has signed up to the new National Partnership Agreement for the Skilling Australians Fund with the Commonwealth Government. [Full text]
9. 4 June 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Master Builders said the information sought by the State Government's Small Businesses Regulation Review is already known. [Full text]
10. 4 June 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Carroll announced that the Gippsland Hi-Tech Precinct will have a local content requirement of 91 per cent. [Full text]
11. 4 June 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
The ACT Government said building licence requirements will be strengthened to support construction quality and community confidence across the sector. [Full text]
12. 4 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / INDUSTRY / SUSTAINABILITY
The Urban Taskforce said a number of Sydney developers are leading the move towards urban greening. [Full text]
13. 4 June 18INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS / ICT
Deloitte Access Economics analysed experiences of practitioners using an electronic conveyancing system and estimated potential industry benefits under a 100 per cent digital process. [Full text]
14. 4 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / INDUSTRY
The UDIA said a surge in construction, with commercial building approvals up 13 per cent and detached housing approvals at their strongest point in 15 years, is proof of the resilience of urban development industry. [Full text]
15. 4 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / INDUSTRY
Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen said a Government decision to ban the 'build-to-rent' sector has had multi-billion dollar ramifications for the property market. [Full text]
16. 31 May 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Minister Philip Dalidakis launched a Small Business Regulation Review into the state's construction and building sector. [Full text]
17. 31 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / INDUSTRY / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Jaala Pulford outlined opportunities for local businesses and contractors through construction of Ballarat GovHub. [Full text]
18. 31 May 18AWARDS / INDUSTRY
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia announced the winners of the National Infrastructure Awards. [Full text]
19. 31 May 18INFRASTRUCTURE / INDUSTRY
Infrastructure Australia announced Chief Executive Philip Davies will exit the organisation in August. [Full text]
20. 28 May 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Master Builders said Victorian building regulators are inspecting building, construction and demolition sites in Moreland, Hume, Whittlesea and Darebin, to check if operators are complying with the law. [Full text]
21. 28 May 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Holding Redlich said prosecutions that have commenced in the ACT signal a strengthened regulator focus on pursuing individuals alleged to have been personally culpable for serious breaches of safety laws. [Full text]
22. 28 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY
The Civil Contractors Federation released its policy platform for now and next year's State election, 'A Dozen Do's to Construct NSW's Future'. [Full text]
23. 28 May 18AWARDS / INDUSTRY
The Constructors Association and Engineers Australia announced the winner of the Australian Construction Achievement Award. [Full text]
24. 28 May 18INDUSTRY / SUSTAINABILITY
The Green Building Council and Domain Group's Commercial Real Estate announced a partnership to share knowledge on the sustainability initiatives of commercial buildings. [Full text]
25. 24 May 18AWARDS / INDUSTRY
The Urban Taskforce announced registrations are open for the Development Excellence Awards in Sydney. [Full text]
26. 24 May 18AWARDS / INDUSTRY
The Institute of Building announced the Professional Excellence in Building Awards. [Full text]
27. 24 May 18INDUSTRY / REGULATION
The Civil Contractors Federation said it is keen to work with Federal and State Governments to improve protections for individuals and small businesses involved in subcontracting in the industry. [Full text]
28. 24 May 18INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Master Builders said it has long supported greater uniformity and consistency of Security of Payment law. [Full text]
29. 24 May 18INDUSTRY / REGULATION
The Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman said the construction industry has a track record of poor payment practices and insolvency. [Full text]
30. 24 May 18INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Senator Rex Patrick urged Government to work together to implement recommendations assisting smaller subcontractors. [Full text]
31. 24 May 18INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Shadow Minister Brendan O'Connor said a nationally consistent approach to security of payments laws is needed. [Full text]
32. 24 May 18INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Minister Craig Laundy released the final report of the 'Review of Security of Payment Laws'. [Full text]
33. 21 May 18QUEENSLAND / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / INDUSTRY
Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said the Belcarra reforms bring a new era of Local Government accountability. [Full text]
34. 21 May 18QUEENSLAND / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / INDUSTRY
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced new laws banning property developer donations in Queensland have passed. [Full text]
35. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Shadow Minister Yasmin Catley said systemic failures within Fair Trading saw home owners exposed to a builder who had been previously reported to the agency. [Full text]
36. 17 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / INDUSTRY
The UDIA said the property industry welcomed the opportunity to partner with the WA Government. [Full text]
37. 17 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / INDUSTRY
Premier Mark McGowan announced a partnership opportunity for the private sector to deliver medium-to-high density urban infill developments in Bentley, Joondalup, Beaconsfield and Cannington over the next 15 years. [Full text]
38. 17 May 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Master Builder Victoria reminded members to follow relevant legislation in the construction of a building, particular when cladding is used. [Full text]
39. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS / INDUSTRY
The Real Estate Industry announced entries for the REINSW Awards for Excellence have opened and three new categories have been introduced. [Full text]
40. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
The NSW Ombudsman said an investigation into Fair Trading's Home Building Service found issues with both the public register and the home building licensing system. [Full text]
41. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Premier Berejiklian and Minister Roberts announced reforms to the State's electoral funding laws. [Full text]
42. 17 May 18AWARDS / INDUSTRY
The HIA said Construct Central Coast won the HIA-CSR Australian Home of the Year at the HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards. [Full text]
43. 17 May 18AWARDS / INDUSTRY
The winners of the Property Council of Australia/Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation & Excellence Awards were announced. [Full text]
44. 17 May 18INDUSTRY
Minister Kelly O'Dwyer released a consultation paper on improving the integrity of the Commonwealth procurement process. [Full text]
45. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INDUSTRY / EDUCATION
Minister Sue Ellery announced the WA Government will remove the resource industry's exemption from contributing to the Building and Construction Industry Training Fund. [Full text]
46. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / TRANSPORT / INDUSTRY
Premier McGowan and Minister Peter Tinley said the State Government, in partnership with local industry, will invest $394 million in social and affordable housing projects to complement METRONET. [Full text]
47. 14 May 18QUEENSLAND / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The Property Council said its data highlights the economic importance of the property industry in metropolitan and regional areas of Queensland. [Full text]
48. 14 May 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Master Builders said during May WorkSafe inspectors will focus on fall hazards in an effort to reduce numbers of workers injured at housing construction sites. [Full text]
49. 14 May 18AWARDS / PLANNING / INDUSTRY
The Planning Institute announced the winners of the National Awards for Planning Excellence. [Full text]
50. 10 May 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Jaala Pulford announced an EOI process to identify contractors to deliver the Ballarat GovHub. [Full text]