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Abigroup National Rugby Camp Attracts Record Numbers starstarstarstarstar   21st January 2009 - Views: 476 Abigroup National Rugby Camp Attracts Record Numbers Paul Schmude’s sports store is busy. Located in the normally quiet Armidale in northern NSW, the shop and town is still abuzz with kids whose unbridled enthusiasm for rugby union is a direct result of the Abigroup National Rugby Camp which was held in the university town last week from 11 -14 January.

Major Breakthrough Announced With Icrete's Patented 100-year Durable Concrete Mixes For All Infrastr starstarstarstarstar   17th December 2008 - Views: 541 Added Terroba: "Public infrastructure is at the economic foundation of the world. It is unacceptable that most public installations and structures last only an inexcusably short 30 to 40 years and those that last longer are left standing only by an Act of God. iCrete developed our Global 100 mixes so that infrastructure worldwide -- from Abu Dhabi to Beijing, Washington D.C.

Further Action Needed To Arrest Slide In Dwelling Starts starstarstarstarstar   17th December 2008 - Views: 476 Further Action Needed To Arrest Slide In Dwelling Starts 16 December 2008 Further Action Needed to Arrest Slide in Dwelling Starts Statement by Mr Peter Jones, Chief Economist National dwelling commencements fell sharply in the September quarter and further rate cuts are needed to kickstart the long-awaited recovery, according to Master Builders Australia, the peak building and construction industry association.

Climate Change Will Challenge Building Industry starstarstarstarstar   17th December 2008 - Views: 825 Climate Change Will Challenge Building Industry “Whilst interest rates have come down and housing affordability is beginning to improve, we need to be mindful of the increased cost to home ownership associated with climate change measures, and the inefficiencies of more stringent and mandated policies”, said Mr Harnisch.

Further Action Needed To Arrest Slide In Dwelling Starts 1 starstarstarstarstar   16th December 2008 - Views: 460 Further Action Needed To Arrest Slide In Dwelling Starts 1 National dwelling commencements fell sharply in the September quarter and further rate cuts are needed to kickstart the long-awaited recovery, according to Master Builders Australia, the peak building and construction industry association. Mr Peter Jones, MBA’s Chief Economist said, “The Reserve Bank’s decision to cut rates aggressively over the past four months is to be applauded, but more action is needed to attract home buyers and investors back into the market.

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