TRANSCRIPT Interview – Sky News Live with Peta Credlin

Topics: Building Ministers’ Forum, combustible cladding, National Construction Code E&OE: Peta Credlin: Well, the spotlight’s on the building industry this week in the wake of a number of construction issues across several states. Last night, as the councillor responsible for planning at the Melbourne City Council, Nicholas Reece informed vie... read more »

TRANSCRIPT Interview – Sky News First Edition with Laura Jayes

Topics: Earle Haven Retirement Village, Building Ministers’ forum, building industry confidence E&OE: Laura Jayes: Emergency services were called to the Earle Haven Retirement Village after its contractor walked out. About 1000 people remain at the village with the meeting set to deal with the unprecedented happenings that have occurr... read more »

TRANSCRIPT Interview – Radio National Breakfast with Fran Kelly

Topics: Building Ministers’ Forum, building industry confidence, cladding audits  E&OE Fran Kelly: Well the states and territories are under renewed pressure to try and work together and overcome a crisis of confidence in the building industry. The Federal Government concedes it's already slowing down the broader economy. The recent evac... read more »

Innovative businesses share in $3.7m grants

A world-first chemical filtration system which protects people from contaminated water, is among ten projects to share in $3.7 million in funding from the Morrison Government. Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews said the Accelerating Commercialisation grants will fast track the development and commercialisation of innov... read more »

Space Agency and WA reach new heights

Western Australia will play a key role in the Australian Space Agency’s efforts to triple the size of the nation’s space industry, with a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today signed between Federal Science Minister Karen Andrews and WA Science Minister Dave Kelly.  The MoU secures a $6 million investment from the Mor... read more »

TRANSCRIPT Interview – 2GB Breakfast with Steve Price

Topics: National Measurement Institute 2019-20 compliance program E&OE: Steve Price: Report in The Telegraph- Sunday Telegraph yesterday about what someone could describe as the beer and banger police. Apparently the Federal Government is going to send out mystery shoppers to visit butchers, pubs and supermarkets posing as customers ... read more »

Making sure you get what you pay for

The Morrison Government is making sure all Australians get what they pay for, with concentrated blitzes across four major retail sectors.The National Measurement Institute (NMI) 2019-20 National Compliance Plan will focus on major supermarkets, fuel retailers, licensed premises, and meat, fish and poultry retailers.Minister for Industry, Science an... read more »

Delivered: Tax relief for McPherson

Around 70,015 low and middle income earners in McPherson will start to receive immediate tax relief from next week.“The Coalition Government has delivered on its promise to build a better tax system and provide more tax relief in McPherson,” Member for McPherson Karen Andrews said.“This will ensure low and middle income ear... read more »

Rare Moon Landing footage at Film and Sound Archive

Australia’s role in the Apollo 11 moon landing will now be preserved in history, with the only footage outside of the United States presented to the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.The footage is one of just three copies in the world and was passed from the CSIRO to the Film and Sound Archive at Parliament House today, ahead of this mo... read more »

TRANSCRIPT Interview – Ross Greenwood, 2GB Money News

Topics: Building and Construction confidence, cladding E&OE: Ross Greenwood: Over the past few weeks we have become increasingly alarmed about the building industry, as you're aware. The reason is not only going back to the beginning of the year - the Opal Tower in New South Wales in Sydney. The cracks there that caused people on Christma... read more »
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