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State Budget 2013-14: Investing in infrastructure to support our growing State

Posted On August 8, 2013

The Liberal National Government will maintain its nation-leading infrastructure program by investing $7.5billion in long-term major projects such as Elizabeth Quay, Perth Stadium, the new children’s hospital, Fiona Stanley Hospital and transport.


Building on the first 20 weeks

Posted On August 6, 2013

The first stage of the project, which lays the groundwork for the waterfront precinct, is nearing completion as scheduled. Mr Barnett said the progress of the project was one of many key achievements in the 20 weeks..


Funding approvals locked in for Gateway WA

Posted On August 5, 2013

Transport Minister Troy Buswell said today that high level consultations between the State and Federal governments on the $1billion Gateway WA project had set the final project price, scope of works and construction methodology.


New website provides gas market snapshot

Posted On August 2, 2013

Energy Minister Mike Nahan has launched a new website that, for the first time, provides the latest information on Western Australia’s natural gas production, transmission, storage capacity and demand.


Approval backlog slashed in resources sector

Posted On August 2, 2013

The State Government has reaffirmed its commitment to streamlining approval processes, slashing Western Australia’s mineral title applications backlog to its lowest level in almost two decades.


Feds Get Behind Perth Airport Link

Posted On July 28, 2013

The Rudd Labor Government has agreed to provided $3 million to help finalise a business case for the Perth Airport Link and begin the planning necessary to get the project ‘shovel ready’.


New Buckingham Bridge opens to traffic

Posted On July 25, 2013

Transport Minister Troy Buswell said the new modern concrete and steel bridge was built to replace the timber traffic bridge destroyed in the 2011 Kelmscott/Roleystone bushfires.


The new work health and safety laws: one year on

Posted On March 4, 2013

It has been just over a year since the commencement of the new ‘harmonised’ work health and safety laws (model legislation) in a number of jurisdictions, with 2 more States joining the harmonised jurisdictions on 1 January 2013 this year.


Construction slump drives up worker stress

Posted On November 14, 2011

The plumbing and housing industry associations and Master Builders Association say the economic slump is affecting the mental health of employers and employees across the sector.


More attention to workplace fatigue needed

Posted On October 28, 2011

Fatigue is the number one accident risk factor for construction workers and requires better recognition by occupational health and safety managers in many other sectors as well, a University of Sydney researcher told the Safety Institute of Australia’s Safety Conference this week.


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