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Senate Action on Dodgy Building Products Back On
Safety
Thursday November 10 2016

Senate Action on Dodgy Building Products Back On

An inquiry into building products which do not conform to local standards is back on with a new and expanded terms of reference as a string...

Faulty Fire System Fears at Perth Hospital
Business
Monday September 26 2016

Faulty Fire System Fears at Perth Hospital

Unlicensed electricians are installing the fire detection and control system at the $1.2 billion Perth Children's Hospital, potentially leaving a "ticking time bomb" of risks, a...

Aussie Properties at Risk from Faulty Wiring
Buildings
Monday March 7 2016

Aussie Properties at Risk from Faulty Wiring

Electricians and builders are ignoring a recall of faulty electrical wiring, leaving tens of thousands of homes at risk of fire, the consumer watchdog says.

$20 Million Dollar RMIT Smart Skin Facade Needs Replacement Already
Buildings
Thursday March 3 2016

$20 Million Dollar RMIT Smart Skin Facade Needs Replacement Already

The much-touted "smart skin facade" of RMIT University's "design and sustainability beacon" is up for replacement already, following potentially hazardous problems with tumbling glass parts.

$100 Million Lawsuit Builds Against James Hardie’s Cladding
Business
Thursday August 20 2015

$100 Million Lawsuit Builds Against James Hardie’s Cladding

Claims in relation to faulty cladding products have created millions of dollars of legal trouble for building products company James Hardie.

Faulty Building Products Flooding Australian Market: Minister
Safety
Monday December 1 2014

Faulty Building Products Flooding Australian Market: Minister

Faulty construction products and materials are a serious problem in Australia which is putting families and lives at risk as well as putting legitimate and compliant...

Residential
19 Dec, 2017
Two Dead after Melbourne Balcony Collapse

Two women are dead and 17 people are injured after a balcony collapsed during a Christmas party at a house in Melbourne.

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