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Worksafe visit airport tunnel site after another incident

Worksafe visit airport tunnel site after another incident

A pipe connector failed at the the airport link site today forcing workers to use a back up compressor to pump air into the tunnel.

  • by staff writers

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Cladding loans to be offered to thousands of apartment owners
Affordable housing

Cladding loans to be offered to thousands of apartment owners

New state scheme to enable owners to pay for building repairs via their rates.

  • by Clay Lucas
State government weighs proposal for giant quarry in green wedge zone

State government weighs proposal for giant quarry in green wedge zone

Bushland in a Mornington Peninsula green wedge zone could be cleared and mined for a 70-year supply of granite to feed the city’s demand for raw materials.

  • by Adam Carey
Police seek to shrug off the legacy of the royal commission
Analysis
Analysis

Police seek to shrug off the legacy of the royal commission

You don't need a full blown inquiry to investigate allegations of corrupt conduct.

  • by Nick McKenzie
Dickson Library to partially reopen after asbestos probe
Canberra

Dickson Library to partially reopen after asbestos probe

Asbestos is only present in the ceiling, which will not be disturbed as work to fix water damage continues during the partial reopening.

  • by Blake Foden
Bad builders 'targeted' with exams when renewing licence
ACT government

Bad builders 'targeted' with exams when renewing licence

Nearly 300 builders are already on notice.

  • by Katie Burgess
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West Gate Tunnel worker dies in hospital
Melbourne

West Gate Tunnel worker dies in hospital

An engineer loses his battle for life after sustaining a head injury building Victoria's biggest road project to date.

  • by Clay Lucas, Noel Towell & Joe Hinchliffe
Families must be supported after workplace deaths
Opinion
Opinion

Families must be supported after workplace deaths

There have been 10 industrial deaths in the ACT since 2008 - and the government admits it could have better responded.

  • by The Canberra Times
Deregistered South West builder cops $5000 fine for negligence

Deregistered South West builder cops $5000 fine for negligence

Ietto West Developments shut its doors in 2016, but that didn't stop action over the 2015 build in East Bunbury.

  • by staff writers
CFMEU may use body cams to film site visits

CFMEU may use body cams to film site visits

The Victorian construction union has flagged it may start using body cameras as ABCC has launched landmark prosecution.

  • by Anna Patty
'You can't be here': union official ignored warnings on safety

'You can't be here': union official ignored warnings on safety

CFMMEU officials face allegations they breached right of entry laws at the $222 million Monash Freeway upgrade project

  • by Anna Patty