A recent article from news-mail.com.au has reported the urgent need for local businesses to attend tender workshops. Australian Tenders and BidWrite invite WA businesses to attend their upcoming tendering workshop Wednesday 15 October 2014.
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A recent news article from the Canberra Times has highlighted the limitations found on the Federal Government tendering process.
The Canberra Business Council (‘the Council’) has panned the way federal public servants choose the best suppliers to meet billions of dollars worth of contracts. With support from one of the nation’s brightest young Canberra entrepreneurs, Mick [...]
According to a recent news article from Sourceable.net, a new national code has been announced aimed at curbing union power on federally funded construction projects in Australia.
Clauses in enterprise agreements which require contractors to employ non-working shop stewards or job delegates, impose union dictated terms and conditions upon subcontractors. It also acquires union approval regarding [...]
A tender was released earlier this month by the Department of Natural Resources and Mines (DNRM) for authorities to prospect (ATP) for petroleum and gas through a non-cash competitive tender.
According to the Queensland Government, the six areas, comprising about 16,480 square kilometres, are located in the Carpentaria Basin, Georgina Basin [...]
News reports from early this week stated that the Australia’s oil and gas industry is falling behind its global rivals.
The industry’s key lobby group has also called for the Federal government to introduce a new form of enterprise agreement specifically covering major capital projects such as multi-billion dollar liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants.
According to Global [...]
According to Business News WA, Brickworks expects a recovery in house construction activity to drive significant earnings growth in its building products business, despite Western Australia remaining a “difficult market” for the company.
A recent news report from The West Australian, highlight that Australia may face tough times, as an experienced businessman Robert Millner, warns the [...]
According to recent news report, The gap between the richest and poorest households in Western Australia widened during the resources boom, when the state’s total wealth stock ballooned by some $270 billion.
Recently the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC) at Curtin University released The Sharing the Boom report, which showed there was a rise in both [...]
A news article from The Age reported that the current standstill status of Victoria. With more than 12,000 construction jobs lost and thousands more at risk as big infrastructure jobs such as the desalination plant finish and the pipeline of major building projects dries up.
The state’s large building companies (i.e. Thiess and John Holland) have [...]
A report last week from the Nyngan Observer highlighted that the new on-the-ground projects will give farmers in the Parkes Electorate more tools and research to help them reduce farm costs, increase productivity and achieve greater returns at the farmgate.
Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton reported that Minister Joyce had approved funding for 31 new projects [...]
According to a news report from news.com.au this week, Western Australia (WA) continues to top other states in Australia when it comes to economic performance.
CommSec’s quarterly State of the States report stated that there’s been no decrease in WA’s number one ranking, although the Northern Territory (NT) has leapfrogged the ACT to become the second-best [...]
Holden has confirmed their finale from making cars in Australia in 2017. In an effort to fend off the economic downturn, the State Government has reported to fast-track projects worth almost $35 million.
According to Premier Jay Weahterill, the transport and water works projects were already budgeted to appear in the next four years but will [...]