Almost four months after it was evacuated, about half of the units inside Sydney’s troubled Opal Tower remain unoccupied — and rectification work has only recently began.
The Chinese-backed developers of twin towers proposed for Perth's Scarborough Beach have reportedly put the project on hold, with WA Planning Minister Rita Saffioti saying she expects to find out more about the viability of the project this week.
The noise levels at the new Western Sydney Airport could be "significantly higher" than the Federal Government predicted ahead of approving its construction, a study finds.
The Hobart International Airport will double its annual passenger numbers within a decade under a new multi-million-dollar expansion plan, but passengers will still have to brave the Tasmanian elements to get from the plane to the terminal.
Mixed is perhaps the best description of the latest batch of volatile building data, with a massive jump in approvals for apartments outweighing a drop in activity for stand alone premises.
An investigation is underway into the scaffolding collapse at a Sydney worksite that caused the death of an 18-year-old apprentice, as footage shows workers arguing with authorities as they frantically tried to save him and another trapped worker.
What is expected to be the world's largest lithium refinery has reached a major milestone, with construction starting on the $1 billion project south of Perth.
New shearing sheds are no easy task to build, but the McGorman family's new custom shed on their property in Sanderston, 80 kilometres east of Adelaide, is worth every cent.
The oversupply of apartments is starting to bite, with 40,000 jobs lost and abandoned projects piling up. But it's likely to get worse before it gets better, writes Phillip Lasker.
Can you re-create art without the artist? An iconic Iwan Iwanoff brutalist-style home in Perth's western suburbs has been rebuilt using the original 1960s blueprints, and the results are striking.