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Master Builders wins SafeWork NSW industry associations category 2021

02/11/2021

The Master Builders Association of New South Wales is pleased to be selected as the WINNER of the 2021 SafeWork Award for the industry associations category.

The MBA of NSW entry outlined initiatives such as the identification of a trend in shade cloth fires that led to the development of...

business COVID-19 update

02/11/2021

Please see below a short update on new COVID-19 case location alerts, proof of vaccination compliance, and rapid antigen testing. 


COVID-19 case location alerts now available in the Service NSW app

Customers can now see in their check-in history in the Service NSW app whether they've been to any venues...

Boost for regional housing as part of NSW recovery package

28/10/2021

The NSW Government today announced a $35 million Regional Housing Package which will drive construction in the regions and deliver critical health accommodation improvements.

Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole said the package is part of the $200 million Regional Recovery package which will deliver long term...

Funding to innovate workplace safety improvements

22/10/2021
Inventors, researchers, and developers with solutions for improving workplace safety using innovative tools and technology can access a share of $500,000 to help make their ideas a reality.

Legal expenses insurance

19/10/2021

Legal Expenses Insurance is an exciting new product to the Australian insurance industry. Master Builders Insurance Brokers would like to help you understand how this cost-effective insurance solution can protect your business.

Legal Expenses Insurance provides coverage for the costs associated with legal representation. This policy is not limited to...

Social housing investment - 1400 new homes

18/10/2021
Thousands of new jobs and social housing properties will be created through the NSW Government’s economic recovery strategy with an additional $183 million dedicated to fast-track more than 1,400 new homes.