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Urban Development Institute of Australia (WA)

Urban Development Institute of Australia (WA)

  The Urban Development Institute of Australia, Western Australia Division (UDIA WA), is the peak body representing the property industry. It was formed in the 1970’s by a group of property developers who recognized the necessity of working with the government to approach issues within the industry in a more holistic manner. Since its establishment, […]

Master Builders Association of Victoria

Master Builders Association of Victoria

Click to view E-Brochure The Master Builders Association of Victoria represents those who are self-employed in the building industry. It was formed in 1875 by a group of concerned builders who were dealing with the challenge of dealing with architects and meeting their requirements, and also the heightened use of unions and organized labour in […]

Rail Track Association Australia

Rail Track Association Australia

The Rail Track Association of Australia (RTAA) is a not-for-profit organization that seeks to advocate for and promote the interests of track infrastructure within Australia’s rail sector. In 1973, the First International Rail Sleeper Conference was held in Sydney, bringing about the establishment of the Rail Sleeper Association. In 1979 the organization became known as […]

Pharmaceutical Society of Australia

Pharmaceutical Society of Australia

The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia has established roots and been active within the healthcare industry in various forms for over 150 years. Originally compromised of numerous private associations across the individual states of Australia; the PSA saw a need for consolidation and consultation. In 2008, this led to the amalgamation of each individual state and […]

Australian Medical Association

Australian Medical Association

  The Australian Medical Association was established in 1962 – having previously operated as a Branch of the British Medical Association – and currently resides in Canberra. The AMA is the peak membership organisation representing the registered medical practitioners and medical students of Australia. The association strives to promote and protect the professional interests of […]

Complementary Healthcare Council

Complementary Healthcare Council

The Complementary Healthcare Council of Australia (CHC) is founded on promoting the long-term wellness of the community through holistic healthcare and use of complementary products. The CHC’s mission embraces a focus on individual and community health and wellness ensuring all Australians have access to complementary medicine products and improved public health. The CHC forges alliances […]

Australasian Railway Association

Australasian Railway Association

The Australasian Railway Association has been established within Australia since the 1890’s when it was known as The Australian and New Zealand Railway Commissioners. Ironically, even before Australia had become a country there was a national organisation of railway groups. Australia has always been a collection of states and Freight Policy Manager Bart Mellish believes […]

Medicines Australia

Medicines Australia

Medicines Australia is the premiere business group who represents the innovative medicines industry within Australia. With 55 member companies, ranging from major global pharmaceutical corporations to small service firms, of which supply 86 percent of the medicines that are readily available through the Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme. Additionally, these member companies are actively engaged in […]

Australasian Concrete Repair Association

Australasian Concrete Repair Association

  The Australasian Concrete Repair Association is a not for profit organization that was formed in 1991 to promote the discussion, exchange of ideas and new technology in the field of concrete repair. Since then, the organization has grown a substantial amount in terms of its size and the services it provides to the repair […]

Lighting Council of Australia

Lighting Council of Australia

click to view E-Brochure Lighting Council Australia was formed based on one fundamental premise; to represent Australia’s flourishing and ethical lighting industry. Since its creation, the Council has strived to promote the use of appropriately designed and manufactured high-quality lighting systems and components related to the commercial, outdoor, industrial and residential sectors. Established in 2001, […]

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Editor’s Note

Dear Reader, We are thrilled to present you with an exclusive view into Australia’s infrastructure & Architectural industry, within this month’s edition of the Australian Business News Source. ABNS had the opportunity of gathering insights from Antony C Tsjin of t-a square architects. He shared the history and growth, as well as their upcoming project […]