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Big boost for Hornsby Heights FC

"Homsby Heights is one of the biggest clubs in Homsby and will have the best possible facilities to ensure their number continue will grow" Matt...

Proposal to slash tradie licensing fees a pitch by NSW Government Photo Credit: Bidvine

THOUSANDS of tradies will save hundreds of dollars in licensing fees as the Berejiklian government makes a major play for the blue collar vote.

TOP SAFETY BUSINESSES IN NSW ANNOUNCED

A stellar line-up of businesses and individuals are vying for eight prestigious prizes, as finalists of the annual SafeWork NSW Awards are...

Licencing fees cut

Licencing fees will be slashed for 13 home building trades under a proposal made by the NSW Government.

TWO COMPANIES FINED MORE THAN $200K FOLLOWING CONSTRUCTION WORKER FALL

Two businesses have been fined more than $200,000 combined, after a worker fell two stories on a construction site in Ashfield.

Minister Kean speaks to ABC

Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation speaks to about an option paper for building certifiers with Rebecca De Unamuno and Robbie Buck on...

Options paper on building certifiers

The State Government has released an options paper which sets out ways to prevent conflicts of interest between building certifiers and developers...

TRADIES TO SAVE $52 MILLION THANKS TO  BETTER BUSINESS REFORMS

Tradies will save $52.3 million over 10 years from not having to renew their licenses every three years, as part of the NSW Government’s Better...

EASY TO DO WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY TOOLKIT REDUCES SMALL BUSINESS BURDENS

A new self-assessment toolkit to improve health and safety in the workplace has been launched as part of Safe Work Month, which kicks off around...

DODGY CERTIFIERS ON NOTICE WITH NEW LAWS

Conflicts of interest between building certifiers and developers will be stamped out by tougher regulations being proposed in NSW.

Minister Kean speaks to Ray Hadley

Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation Matt Kean MP speaks to Ray Hadley on 2GB.

Lottery scheme option to prevent dodgy building certifications

Property developers could be made to find building certifiers through a lottery system where three are chosen at random, under a proposal aimed at...

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