NSW Budget for 2019-20

The NSW Budget 2019–20 will invest a record $93 billion in infrastructure, support drought-affected communities, cut taxes and boost cost of living relief to families. A surplus of $802 million is projected for 2018–19, with surpluses averaging $1.7 billion over the four years to 2022–23. Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said the state’s financial strength means the NSW…

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Sue Wairimu

Name: Sue Wairimu Position: Project Engineer Company: University of Nairobi, Maker Space   What do you enjoy the most, working in the field of Construction & Development? Turning Ideas to awesome projects that have an impact to people. The reason why I choose construction in the first place was because of the magic in the…

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Australia’s housing prices have seen the nation’s affordability return to 2016 levels

Australia’s housing prices have seen the nation’s affordability return to 2016 levels But despite the well-documented housing price decline of many markets across the nation, Sydney is still Australia’s least affordable market to buy into, followed closely by Melbourne in second place. Sydney’s dwelling values have recorded a 14.9 per cent decline since peaking, while Melbourne an…

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