Is Housing Advocacy Leading Government Astray?

Politicians are right to be sceptical when they receive unsolicited advice, but some of the advocacy that comes their way is hard to avoid. The cost of living pressures of ordinary households and the debt levels they are being encouraged to subscribe to are just as unsustainable as the debt levels that result from governments that are living beyond our national means. It has never been more important to treat

What’s the future for timber enterprises in Australia and New Zealand?

In the first of two no-holds-barred pieces, both exclusive to Australasian Timber, about the changes that lay ahead in a global construction market, David provides a context for what this means for southern hemisphere timber building products. The first piece – What’s the future for timber enterprises in Australia and New Zealand? will be featured in the February edition of Australasian Timber, the first cab off the rank for our

Construction Companies Something to Watch in 2016

2016 will be a big year for construction company stories. The market's competitive dynamics are now starting to change. The share price of some our major Australian construction businesses would signal that they are fully priced and show no great prospects for a leap in shareholder value any time soon. Most are trading around their 10-year averages ... READ DAVID'S FULL ARTICLE IN SOURCEABLE