The National Collecting Institutions will deliver exhibitions to regional communities in 2022, with the Morrison Government announcing $1 million to support the development and touring of Australian and international exhibitions to 24 venues…
Work has commenced on the long-awaited upgrades to the iconic Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) Ground.
Tasmanian company Hazell Bros Group has started works on the new bypass linking the Tasman and Arthur Highways, which will create a more direct route for traffic and relieve pressure on the Sorell town centre.
Work is now underway to transform Penrith’s Regatta Park into a focal point for nature, leisure and recreation in Western Sydney.
Australia’s screen sector is thriving thanks to record funding from the Morrison Government of more than $530 million in 2020-21, supporting thousands of local jobs.
The first designs of the new state-of-the-art ECU City campus have been unveiled today, showcasing how the world-class university campus will reshape the Perth CBD and redefine higher education in Western Australia.
New figures released today show the subscription video on demand (SVOD) sector has become a significant source of investment in Australian screen content.
Commuters driving to Revesby Station will soon have access to around 385 extra parking spaces, with construction now underway to upgrade the existing multi-storey car park.
The Morrison Government is providing extra funding to two proven COVID-19 support measures for arts workers and arts companies, with an additional $20 million to go to Support Act and an additional $15 million to go to the Sustainability Fund.
The Morrison Government has welcomed today’s financial results from NBN Co for the 2020-21 financial year. The strong results highlight NBN Co’s transition from network-building to operations.
Businesses across Australia will benefit from cheaper, faster broadband as NBN Co expands its network of Business Fibre Zones.
Minister for Communications, Urban Infrastructure, Cities and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher MP, today announced that allocation limits will apply to the amount of low-band spectrum that mobile network operators can acquire in Australia’s…
Social media and tech companies will be expected to protect their users from online harms such as bullying and cyber abuse under a new set of Basic Online Safety Expectations (BOSE) released for public consultation today by the Morrison…
The $28.7 million Karel Avenue Upgrade is now complete, removing a notorious bottleneck and congestion hotspot used by nearly 20,000 motorists daily.
Plans for the Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre (AACC) have now entered the state’s planning approval process, after being submitted to the State Commission Assessment Panel.