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Bust to boom – our property market explained

A commonsense approach to complicated matters.

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The 10 essential business planning steps..

Preparing a basic business plan will help you focus on the areas that influence your business’ health and profitability.

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Take a survey on work-stress-induced chronic..

A study into the prevalence of work-stress-induced chronic diseases among construction industry professionals in Australia.

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Bust to boom – our property market explained

The previous two years have seen Melbourne property prices seemingly free-fall with some suburbs losing up to 30 per cent of the values from the previous 2017 highs.

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The 10 essential business planning steps for the building industry

Preparing a basic business plan will help you focus on the areas that influence your business’ health and profitability. It will help you focus on the right things...

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Take a survey on work-stress-induced chronic diseases

Participate in a research study into the prevalence of work-stress-induced chronic diseases among construction industry professionals in Australia.

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Victorian economic report – November 2019

The Victorian economic report for November 2019 is now available.

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Signs of stabilisation in building approvals during September

Despite the persistent quarterly falls, the consecutive increases in building approvals for August and September, and with the recent rise in the median house price...

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Industry briefing session – Planning and building approvals process review

On Friday 8 November join the Red Tape Commissioner at the State Library Theatrette to discuss the paper and its implications.

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