As the nation's housing market downturn continues, South Australia's peak body for home building is pushing for greater security for the industry amid the collapse of two local businesses in the past week.
The former chief financial officer of construction giant Leighton Holdings, Peter Gregg, is found guilty of falsifying the company's accounts.
The former chief financial officer of construction giant Leighton Holdings, Peter Gregg, is facing up to four years in jail after being found guilty of falsifying the company's accounts.
Buyers of off-the-plan apartments have been caught in a double whammy of stricter borrowing rules and falling property prices.
A coroner's report into the death of an INPEX worker last year finds guidelines around the wearing of safety harnesses at the scene were regularly ignored.
Video animation of the new WA Museum offers the most complete picture yet of the new building, taking viewers through the exhibition galleries and showing how structures dating back to the 1830s have been incorporated into the design.
Subcontractors welcome new laws that will protect payments for those working on government contracts — but they are unlikely to be protected if the head contractor goes into administration, leading to a push for laws to be strengthened further.
At a meeting of creditors, the administrators of the collapsed engineering firm outline hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of debts to investors, suppliers and subcontractors after the company went into administration last month.
National accounts data out this week are expected to show the economy slowed in the three months to September. So have things peaked, or is there still another leg up?
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk scraps plans for a high-speed tunnel under the west side of LA after legal action from community groups, instead moving ahead with a tunnel to transfer people to Dodger Stadium.