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    News Archive for July 2011

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    Wallmark launches new Evowall range of modular fencing panels

    Wallmark recently launched Evowall, an innovative new product range of modular wall and fencing panels designed to reduce noise pollution around the home (by as much as 28 decibels).


    Australian made car hoists and vehicle lifts from Southwell Lifts and Hoists

    Southwell Lifts and Hoists specialises in the supply of Australian made car hoists and vehicle lifts.


    Italian-made ceramic butler sinks by Acquello available from The English Tapware Company

    The English Tapware Company presents a handcrafted range of fireclay sinks made in Italy.


    How to choose right colour with COLORBOND steel roofing, available from BlueScope Steel

    COLORBOND steel roofing solutions are available in a comprehensive range of colours and styles to suit most home designs, including both traditional styles and contemporary designs.


    Visiontex outdoor mesh awnings now available from HVG Decorative Fabrics and Films

    Visiontex outdoor mesh awnings are PVC coated and constructed from high tensile, woven polyester and can be used as a protective solution for a many outdoor applications, including awnings, patios, pergolas, dr


    JELD-WEN Australia brands transforming The Block in 2011

    Several products from the JELD-WEN Australia range have been used by contestants of Channel 9’s The Block including doors, windows, mirrors, showerscreens, wardrobes and splashbacks.


    Eagle Eye remote vision and data monitoring devices available from Coates Hire

    Coates Hire offers a comprehensive range of traffic management products including the Eagle Eye remote vision and data monitoring devices as well as the Boylan Group BarrierGuard 800 road safety barriers.


    Bicycles and sustainability in the city [Video]

    A crowd-funded initiative called Genre De Vie has produced a documentary about the social effects and the place of the bicycle in the modern city.


    Carbon tax turns focus to housing design: Archicentre

    The carbon tax debate is placing an immediate focus on housing design and energy saving products as people factor in the cost of running a home and using building products that are less energy intensive to produce, said Archicentre.


    World first as glass lift designed into new Brisbane tower

    A 200 metre glass-faced lift shaft has been designed into Brisbane's 111 Eagle Street development, engineers saying it’s the first time in the world such a lift shaft has been integrated into an external facade.


    Sydney Tower radiates red with city's biggest sky sign [video]

    The largest and most visible sky sign in Sydney has been attached to the side of Sydney Tower.


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