Hobart artist Michael Brady is photographing parts of the city that people might drive past every day and take no notice of, but he thinks they look ‘grouse’ and wants to show everyone.
Archive for month: November, 2014
A parliamentary committee has recommended stronger enforcement of rules around foreign property investment.
The safety of construction sites across Sydney is questioned after a crane on a site where a worker died is found to have breached safety standards.
Research by an international firm of property consultants suggests Surfers Paradise and Southport are no longer the Gold Coast’s apartment capitals.
Japanese developer Sekisui House says it is not concerned an estimated 1,000 people attended a rally on the weekend to protest against a controversial $1 billion Sunshine Coast project.
The chairman of the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal consortium says the Gladstone project will still be completed on time, despite recent construction delays.
A Gold Coast MP says a free trade agreement (FTA) with China could devastate the city’s construction industry.
The competition watchdog has launched court action against the construction union for allegedly organising boycotts of Boral concrete in Melbourne.
TAP Agrico is in a rush to complete Tasmania’s biggest grain receival shed before wheat crops are harvested in December.