All Architectural Hardware Products is one of Australasia’s leading residential and architectural door hardware suppliers, offering a comprehensive range of quality branded products as well as a specialist custom manufacturing service.
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Swadlings Timber & Hardware (formally known as A.W. Swadlings) has been servicing the Trade & the DIY'er across Sydney for many years. Our business is based in Rozelle, 4km from the centre of Sydney, with easy access from City West Link and Victoria Road.
VICTORIA will have more days of catastrophic bushfire loss unless its ageing electricity system gets an urgent multibillion-dollar overhaul to prevent it starting fires, the Bushfires Royal Commission heard yesterday.
THE art deco building in Lonsdale Street may have had a better chance of survival if heritage groups were not so precious regarding the preservation and use of such buildings. This building has long outlived its original function and is in a very shabby state. However, imagine it cleaned up,..read more
A second-term Bracks government will host a meeting of state and territory leaders in Melbourne early next year to set greenhouse gas reduction targets, allowing Australia to meet its obligations under the Kyoto protocol.
Victorians could substantially reduce the pressure on winter gas supplies by carrying out energy efficiency measures, according to the state's peak environmental organisation, Environment Victoria. The group has prepared a discussion paper detailing alternatives to spending millions of dollars on