14 Apr 2021
Playspace brings new joy to families at Wittunga Botanic Garden

Families can now delight in an exciting new nature-themed playspace in Blackwood’s Wittunga Botanic Garden, which has officially opened. 
    

12 Apr 2021
Australia Post Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

The Government welcomes the appointment of Mr Paul Graham as the new Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director (CEO) of Australia Post. The Australia Post Board has selected Mr Graham as the CEO of Australia Post following a global search.

11 Apr 2021
Supporting Australian screen production

In a major boost to Australia’s film and television industry, the Morrison Government will extend two measures that will support the continued production of quality, local screen content as the sector recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.

07 Apr 2021
Shovels hit dirt to remove Ovingham Level Crossing

The Morrison and Marshall governments are fulfilling their commitment to fix one of Adelaide’s most frustrating traffic bottlenecks, with major works officially getting underway on the $196 million Ovingham Level Crossing Removal Project.

06 Apr 2021
Concept designs released for new Heysen Gallery at Hahndorf

A new gallery displaying works of acclaimed artist Sir Hans Heysen and his daughter Nora Heysen is one step closer today, after concept designs by the Adelaide-based studio of international architecture firm, Snøhetta, were…

06 Apr 2021
Badgally Road upgrade complete

Traffic along Badgally Road is flowing smoothly after a $5.76 million upgrade to widen the major arterial road from two to four lanes was completed.

06 Apr 2021
Major works underway to upgrade the Portrush and Magill roads intersection

Major works are underway on the congestion-busting upgrade to the Portrush Road and Magill Road intersection to improve safety, cut travel times and bust congestion for Adelaide drivers.

05 Apr 2021
Funding boost for Tasmania’s creative sector to RISE

Three of Tasmania’s leading arts organisations will share in more than $610,000 under the second batch of grants from the Morrison Government’s $200 million Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund, which is designed to reactivate…

05 Apr 2021
Funding boost for South Australia’s creative sector to RISE

Five creative organisations across South Australia will share in more than almost $1.4 million under the second batch of grants from the Morrison Government’s $200 million Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund, which is designed to…

05 Apr 2021
Support for Northern Territory’s creative sector to RISE

Two of the Northern Territory’s leading arts organisations will share $336,000 under the second batch of grants from the Morrison Government’s $200 million Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund, which is designed to reactivate live…

01 Apr 2021
An extra $2 million for Queensland's creative sector to RISE

Eleven creative organisations across Queensland will share in more than $2 million under the second batch of grants from the Morrison Government’s $200 million Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund, which is designed to reactivate…

01 Apr 2021
Western Australia's creative sector to RISE

Four creative organisations across Western Australia will share in more than $800,000 under the second batch of grants from the Morrison Government’s $200 million Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund, which is designed to…

01 Apr 2021
Bye-bye boom gates - Denny Avenue level crossing closes for good

The boom gates at Perth's dreaded Denny Avenue level crossing will go down for the last time this evening in a key milestone for the METRONET Level Crossing Removal program.

01 Apr 2021
More than $4.8 million for NSW's creative sector to RISE

Eighteen creative organisations across NSW will share in more than $4.8 million under the second batch of grants from the Australian Government’s $200 million Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund, which is designed to reactivate…

01 Apr 2021
Rolling out Geelong’s Green Spine

Geelong’s Green Spine is progressing, with construction underway on the northern side of Malop Street and a tender for the public engagement and design of later sections to be released next week.