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New economic research shows increasing women’s participation in the paid workforce would address Australia’s current skills shortage.
Australia’s tight labour market is likely to worsen as the economy strengthens following the COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) has warned.
The Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) has outlined major changes to volume one of NCC 2022 which was released yesterday.
For the fifth consecutive year, Fujitsu General Australia has been voted Australia's most trusted brand in the highly competitive air conditioner category.
Monash University has opened a new world-class robotics research facility to train the next generation of engineers.
Registration is now open for Energy Next, a free to attend industry event focusing on the latest renewable energy and energy management technologies.
The global market for Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) monitors will top $US5. 5 billion by 2026.
Although demand for residential property remains high, it is proving to be a tough economic climate for the construction industry.
A new study from Juniper Research has found that the number of buildings globally deploying smart building technologies will reach 115 million in 2026, from 45 million in 2022.
The Swedish Australian Chamber of Commerce (SACC) has launched a committee to support corporate Australia's transition to a net zero economy.
Labor leader, Anthony Albanese, has pledged to end Australia’s decade of climate wars and to drive investment in cheap, renewable energy.
RackBank will use Nortel’s StatePoint liquid cooling technology in its data centres across India.
The federal budget ignored climate change but made available $10.5 billion for fossil fuel subsidies.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia, Pty. Ltd. (MHIAA) has appointed Stephen Haller as general manager of sales and marketing.
Toshiba shareholders last week rejected plans to split the company into three standalone companies.