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  The ACT Government will be looking at taking measures to remedy issues in the building industry. Such issues include financial losses and safety concerns regarding construction work. In fact since 2009, complaints involving the building industry have doubled in…
  Researchers from several UK universities are currently testing new technologies which aim to give concrete the ability to ‘self-heal’. The trial which is taking place in Wales is part of the Materials For Life (M4L) project. It is hoped…
  A joint media release from NBN Co and Senator Mathias Cormann earlier this week highlighted an updated corporate plan for the company in charge with delivering high-speed broadband to Australians. The 2016 Corporate Plan indicated that by the year…
  The central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh will lay claim to having the world’s largest solar power station by March 2017. The facility will take around 18 months to complete and be operational. The power plant will be built…
  The Governments’ Road to Recovery Programme and Black Spot Programme remained unscathed after Treasurer Joe Hockey’s second budget was revealed last week. This is good news for Australian roads with the government committing to provide $2.1 billion to Roads…
  Japan has long suffered the effects of devastating tsunamis. In March 2011 a major tsunami hit the north-eastern coastline of Japan resulting in approximately 18,500 people to lose their lives or go missing. Just a few months after the…
  In February 2015, the world’s first grid-connected wave energy station was switched on off the coast of Western Australia. The station is producing enough electricity to power around 1,500 to 2,000 households. The company behind the project, Carnegie Wave…
          Over the next six weeks more than two billion people, many of them bleary-eyed, are expected to watch the 2015 Cricket World Cup unfold in Australia and New Zealand. The multi-million dollar global showcase will…
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