Minister for Communications, Urban Infrastructure, Cities and the Arts, The Hon. Paul Fletcher MP has welcomed the completion of the 26 GHz spectrum auction.
The notorious dog-leg at the intersection of Goodwood, Springbank and Daws roads has been removed for good, with motorists able to use the brand new four-way intersection from tomorrow, Friday 23 April.
The Hobart International Airport has today welcomed its inaugural Auckland to Hobart direct flight, marking the first non-stop flight service from New Zealand in over 20 years.
The Morrison Government is investing an extra $5 million to support performing arts touring in regional and remote communities as they rebound from the effects of COVID-19.
More than 80 rural communities across Australia will soon benefit from better digital connectivity with the Morrison McCormack Government today announcing the successful projects funded under the Regional Connectivity Program (RCP).
Smart Freeways technology is one step closer to being rolled out along the Mitchell Freeway southbound, with three consortia invited to submit detailed design and construction proposals.
The three consortia shortlisted are:
The Morrison Government has appointed Mr Andrew Dix as a non-executive Director of the NBN Co Limited (NBN Co) Board for a three-year term.
Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) new city campus has reached a significant milestone this week with the excavation for the main Education and Community Precinct building completed ahead of schedule.
The final curtain call for The Broadway Duplication is on the horizon, with three of four stages now complete.
Families can now delight in an exciting new nature-themed playspace in Blackwood’s Wittunga Botanic Garden, which has officially opened.
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.
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.
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.
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…
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.