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Many of Australia’s large infrastructure projects are draining the resources of the industry’s top-tier firms. Mid-tier firm Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure hopes to capitalise on the resulting client service gap.
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The University of Otago’s vice-chancellor, Harlene Hayne, has seen her ambition for herself, as well as the entire university, evolve beyond all expectations.
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