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Fletcher Building looks to reduce workforce by 10%

Fletcher Building has proposed to cull 1000 jobs in New Zealand and 500 in Australia, which equates to about 10% of its...

Restructures and redundancies on the rise for businesses

The EMA says rising inquiries to its AdviceLine and the announcement by Fletchers of about 1000 redundancies underlines...

Looking ahead to a post Covid-19 industry

Building Today columnist and EasyBuild director Mike Fox says the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis will be similar to the other global...

Fast-track consenting announced to get shovel-ready projects moving

The Government has announced a major element of its Covid-19 rebuild plan with a law change that will fast track eligible development...

Fletcher welcomes FENZ report

Fletcher Construction chief executive Peter Reidy has welcomed Fire and Emergency New Zealand’s (FENZ’s) report into the October 2019 New Zealand International...

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Looking ahead to a post Covid-19 industry

Building Today columnist and EasyBuild director Mike Fox says the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis will be similar to the other global...

Kelly: H&S must be the priority in the transition back to Alert Level 3

As more than 400,000 people return to work next week, health and safety must be the top priority for all construction businesses...

From desire to necessity: Why do we always want more?

Building Today columnist and Architect Don Bunting wonders if we feel better and more successful if we own the best and largest...

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Hitting the sweet spot in bathroom vanity design

Toobi II, designed and manufactured in New Zealand, takes its cue from classic mid-century design, where form follows function and each piece...

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If you’re looking for the ideal substrate solution for roofing membranes, Strandsarking by Laminex New Zealand is the ideal product.

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