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Safety Recall: Quicklag ELQ Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker - 20/02/2017
We have received notice of the recall of one of the most popular components used in light commercial switchboards across Australia. There are potentially millions of these RCBOs in use in everything from schools through to offices and retail establishments.
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BUILDERS WELCOME IMPROVEMENTS TO ABCC - 16/02/2017
“The community are the winners from the new laws to improve the effectiveness of the Australian Building and Construction (ABCC) which passed the passed the Senate yesterday,” Wilhelm Harnisch, CEO of Master Builders Australia said. “The lawlessness, intimidation and industrial
BUILDING ACTIVITY SET TO PEAK IN 2017 - 08/02/2017
Building activity, particularly for home building businesses, is set for a strong start in 2017, according to the latest national survey of builders. "Master Builders National Survey of Building and Construction shows that the positive outlook at the national level
PRIME MINISTER’S POLICY FOCUS A POSITIVE FOR THE BUILDING INDUSTRY - 02/02/2017
“The Prime Minister’s focus on delivering policies for a strong economy to attract investment, create jobs and boost living standards for all Australians are fundamental outcomes in what is set to be an increasingly uncertain global environment,” Wilhelm Harnisch, CEO
BUILDING ACTIVITY IN AUSTRALIA’S HOUSING MARKETS IS APPROACHING A PEAK - 30/01/2017
Australia’s housing markets are approaching a peak, and South Australia is likely to experience softer conditions for new housing commitments over the next six to 12 months, states new findings from Master Builders Association of South Australia (Master Builders SA).
Message from icare: HBCF (formerly known as Home Warranty Insurance) Reforms - 18/01/2017
The NSW Government recently announced reforms to the HBCF insurance scheme in order to maintain the Fund’s financial sustainability and to continue to protect homeowners in NSW. The reforms will see the scheme becomes sustainable over the next two years
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