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Design and Construction Firms Must Embrace Digital Maturity to Improve Resilience
Technology
Tuesday November 29 2022

Design and Construction Firms Must Embrace Digital Maturity to Improve Resilience

Firms across Australia’s design and construction sector must work to improve their digital maturity to make their operations and businesses more resilient in the face of...

Smart Building Tech Will Help Deliver Major Property Trends in 2023
Buildings
Monday November 21 2022

Smart Building Tech Will Help Deliver Major Property Trends in 2023

Recent events have given us clear signals of the key trends in design, delivery and operation of buildings will be for 2023.

Is Your Cladding Really Safe and Compliant?
Buildings
Tuesday November 15 2022

Is Your Cladding Really Safe and Compliant?

Around the world, dangers associated with flammable cladding on high-rise buildings have been demonstrated through the Grenfell fire in London and through many other building fires.

Why Is America’s EV Supply Chain Struggling to Keep up With Demand?
Infrastructure
Thursday November 10 2022

Why Is America’s EV Supply Chain Struggling to Keep up With Demand?

The U.S. has a problem: Countless people want to buy electric cars, but there simply aren’t enough EVs available to go around.

Australia’s Construction Industry Must Embrace the Circular Economy
Environment
Thursday October 20 2022

Australia’s Construction Industry Must Embrace the Circular Economy

Australia’s construction sector must embrace the circular economy, a leader in construction innovation says.

Queensland Calls for Manufacturers to Build States’ $62 billion Super Grid
Energy
Wednesday October 5 2022

Queensland Calls for Manufacturers to Build States’ $62 billion Super Grid

Queensland has called for manufacturers and suppliers of renewable electricity equipment to help build tens of billions of dollars’ worth of infrastructure as the state transforms...

Infrastructure
18 May, 2020
Shower a 'sanctuary' from virus: Syd study

Sydneysiders are using enough water to fill 155 Olympic-sized swimming pools each day as they spend more time at home.

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Mining
7 May, 2020
Five miners burned in underground blast

Four mine workers are fighting for life and a fifth is in a serious condition after an underground blast at a Queensland coal mine.

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Infrastructure
18 Mar, 2020
Murray Basin rail project fails to deliver

The Murray Basin Rail Project has failed to improve rural freight outcomes for Victoria despite a $440 million public spend, according to the state's auditor-general.

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Infrastructure
28 Feb, 2020
Qld flood class action win to be appealed

A second Queensland water provider is appealing a class action decision on the 2011 floods potentially worth hundreds of millions of dollars. 

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Infrastructure
21 Feb, 2020
Trade Worker Demand Hotspots Unveiled

Train drivers refused to travel on the section of track where two people died in a Sydney-Melbourne XPT derailment, the rail union says.

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Infrastructure
21 Feb, 2020
NSW rail project cost to blow out by $3b

The cost of a major construction project to build a rail line that will run under Sydney Harbour is likely to blow out by up to...

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Mining
14 Jan, 2020
Qld mining death eighth in two years

WHAT HAPPENED?

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Infrastructure
10 Jan, 2020
Sydney desal plant could double in size

The NSW government is going ahead with plans to expand Sydney's desalination plant to ensure the state isn't left "flat-footed" should the drought continue.

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Environment
9 Dec, 2019
No threat to Sydney water quality for now

Sydney's drinking water won't be impacted by emergency bushfires burning near Warragamba Dam and elsewhere around the city, authorities say.

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