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Supporting women in construction
Supporting women in construction

Having launched the  NAWIC (National Association of Women in Construction) ACT mentoring program 12 months ago, the success of the program continues to grow under the watchful of the ACT newly appointed president Lisa Dart.

Posted 02 September 2014
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Master Builder members raising money for the Centenary Hospital for Women and Children, and Boundless Canberra
Master Builder members raising money for the Centenary Hospital for Women and Children, and Boundless Canberra

In an exciting first for Floriade, the My Cubby House Rocks project will see some of Canberra’s most well-respected industry professionals construct six architecturally-designed cubby houses, including one that is accessible.  

Posted 01 September 2014
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Senate Must Seize Chance To Back Sensible IR Reform
Senate Must Seize Chance To Back Sensible IR Reform

The passing of the Government’s Fair Work Amendment Bill through the House of Representatives gives the Senate the opportunity to demonstrate that it is in support of sensible and balanced industrial relations reforms that will help boost economic and jobs growth.

Posted 28 August 2014
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Canberra Building News Edition 3-2014
Canberra Building News Edition 3-2014

The third edition of the Canberra Building News 2014 is now available online. This edition features recent Supplier of the Year - Skyhire.

Posted 26 August 2014
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MBA Apprentice Bradley Monkouse wins ACT Apprentice of the Year
MBA Apprentice Bradley Monkouse wins ACT Apprentice of the Year

The Master Builders Association of the ACT congratulates Bradley Monkhouse for an outstanding year, culminating in the ACT Apprentice of the Year award.

Posted 25 August 2014
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