Congratulations to all the talented fencing and gate businesses that are finalists in the project categories for the 2023 Australian FENCING Awards.
Queensland manufacturers are set to recover, recycle and reprocess more sustainable products with help from the Old Government’s $10 million ReMade in Queensland program.
SafeWork NSW is sending a strong reminder regarding the dangers of taking children to construction sites after a teenage boy was seriously injured while attending a worksite in December.
The Pilot Rural Fencing Course is scheduled for May 2024 at the TAFE NSW campus in Orange.
With predictions for a scorching summer on the horizon, SafeWork NSW is urging workers and businesses to start planning for how they will stay safe.
Expressions of Interest are now open for the Fencing Industry Skills Pathway Initiative Gates and Automation Task Force.
The NSW Government has expedited the delivery process for the NSW Border Wild Dog Fence, with ‘boots on the ground’ expected before the end of the year.
“The cost of house building materials was unchanged in the September Quarter 2023, for the first time since before the pandemic,” stated HIA Senior Economist Tom Devitt.
The Western Australian Government is encouraging small to medium-sized local businesses to apply for more than $3 million in grants to assist their bids for Government and private sector contracts.
Calling all fencing and gate professionals, and stakeholders! Mark your calendars because this is the event you’ve been waiting for. Whether you’re a part of the fencing and gate supply...