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Legal flaw shielding construction insolvency

premium_icon Legal flaw shielding construction insolvency

Building regulator left 'blind' to financial health

Council responds to Miller over 'lease pressures'

premium_icon Council responds to Miller over 'lease pressures'

The spokesman said the Icon Tower was fully leased

Delays hit roll out of new construction rules

premium_icon Delays hit roll out of new construction rules

Delays to roll out of new construction rules

The cash gap stalling Springfield's stadium

premium_icon The cash gap stalling Springfield's stadium

Federal Sport Minister Bridget McKenzie said there was no funding

HIA, subbies go head to head over payment security

HIA, subbies go head to head over payment security

Battlelines drawn in fight for payment

New laws to target dodgy builders

New laws to target dodgy builders

The tough changes coming to catch dodgy builders

Police probe into alleged construction fraud ongoing

Police probe into alleged construction fraud ongoing

Why subbies are demanding action on construction fraud

Could new law have saved Jason's life?

Could new law have saved Jason's life?

New laws to target workplace deaths

Subbies demand answers to construction carnage

premium_icon Subbies demand answers to construction carnage

How could one Qld industry lose $100m in five months?

Company collapse: Fight on to avoid 'massive disaster'

Company collapse: Fight on to avoid 'massive disaster'

The deal that may save subbies from disaster

Subbies plea to have Housing Minister stay put

Subbies plea to have Housing Minister stay put

Mick de Brenni is in the middle of rolling out major reforms

Bundy in firing line of illegal housing crackdown

Bundy in firing line of illegal housing crackdown

Department investigating unsafe accommodation

$18.2m collapse prompts minister raise concerns over QBCC

$18.2m collapse prompts minister raise concerns over QBCC

This government regulator faces scrutiny itself

Ripped off subbies warn 'we'll send bikies after you'

Ripped off subbies warn 'we'll send bikies after you'

Why bikies may become a necessary debt collection strategy

Palaszczuk to act on payment security in construction sector

Palaszczuk to act on payment security in construction sector

Damning Deloitte report the trigger for Palaszczuk to act

New policy to cut home rental costs for 40,000 Queenslanders

New policy to cut home rental costs for 40,000 Queenslanders

Rents to go down between $5 and $10 a week for about 40,000 people

Reform aims to improve payment security for subbies

Reform aims to improve payment security for subbies

How improved payment security may boost construction jobs

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