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Major flaws are uncovered in the awarding of a government contract for almost $3 million of work on the controversial redevelopment of Adelaide's Festival Plaza.
The Federal Opposition is promising tougher penalties for builders who breach the National Construction Code and install the kind of cladding blamed for London's Grenfell Tower fire.
A man allegedly assaults a police officer as 200 unionists protest over claims an international firm building a rail tunnel to Perth Airport is underpaying workers.
More than a quarter of new homes built in New South Wales are being bought by foreign buyers, with Victoria close behind and closing in, according to new research from Credit Suisse.
The law says newly built houses should have a six-star energy rating, to help residents afford their heating and cooling bills. But some builders seem to be findings ways around this requirement.
A flood of cashed-up Sydneysiders could inject more than $8 billion into Queensland's economy in coming years as they flee soaring property prices.
Large Chinese developers are pulling out of some developments as they struggle to get finance for their projects.
There's no disputing the Sydney Opera House is a beloved cultural icon, but the matter of how to preserve its condition and status is less straightforward.
While building approvals and first home sales rose in August, both are well below where they were 12 months ago and point to cooling activity in residential construction.
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