05 Aug 2021
Productivity Commission to investigate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Visual Arts and Crafts

The Morrison Government has requested the Productivity Commission undertake a study into the nature and structure of the markets for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visual arts and crafts, and policies to address deficiencies in these…

05 Aug 2021
Congestion busting road upgrade revs up for Caloundra

A congestion-busting road upgrade is set to pave the way for reduced journey time for more than 100,000 people each day experiencing stop-start traffic at the Caloundra Road and Nicklin Way roundabout.

05 Aug 2021
Supporting Indigenous filmmaking with Australia's audio-visual heritage

The Morrison Government is supporting the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) with a $70,000 grant to commission an Indigenous filmmaker, to produce a contemporary, digital work as part of the UK/Australia Season theme of Who are…

05 Aug 2021
Closing The Gap: $22 million to safeguard Indigenous languages

The Morrison Government will deliver $22.8 million in new funding to strengthen Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages, forming part of the more than $1 billion commitment in targeted investments through the Commonwealth’s first Closing…

03 Aug 2021
Free national calling from 15,000 public payphones

Telstra today announced that it will be offering free national calling from 15,000 public payphones on an ongoing basis.

02 Aug 2021
Ground breaks on latest METRONET project, Lakelands Station

Work is now underway on Lakelands Station, the latest METRONET project to commence construction.

02 Aug 2021
Community informs alignment for Swan River Crossings project

Following extensive community consultation, the new alignment for the $230 million Swan River Crossings project in Fremantle has been unveiled today.

30 Jul 2021
$40 million boost for Australia’s creative sector to RISE

Australia’s creative and entertainment sector has received a major boost, with the Morrison Government announcing that $40 million will be shared by 82 leading organisations across the country, under the fourth batch of grants from the $200…

29 Jul 2021
Townsville Port’s $232 million upgrade rocks on

The largest infrastructure project in the Port of Townsville’s history has reached a major milestone with the completion of the $232 million Channel Upgrade project’s rock wall.

28 Jul 2021
Natalie Portman film to inject $25 million into Australian economy

Upcoming feature film Days of Abandonment, starring Academy Award® winner Natalie Portman, is the latest production to be drawn to Australia with the assistance of the Morrison Government’s $540 million Location Incentive program.

28 Jul 2021
An extra $7 million to support regional arts and entertainment

More than $7 million will flow to regional arts and entertainment organisations to attract additional tourists to Australian regions and to speed economic recovery in communities hit hard by COVID-19, as part of the Morrison Government’s Regional…

28 Jul 2021
Online safety during lockdowns

With lockdowns in major Australian cities leading to a surge in internet use, it is important to be prepared for a likely increase in online harms, Minister for Communications, Urban Infrastructure, Cities and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher,…

28 Jul 2021
More than 1,200 parking spaces for Craigieburn commuters

A new 745 space car park has opened at Craigieburn Station, boosting the total number of parking spaces at the station to more than 1,200 and making it easier for commuters to find a car park and catch the train.

27 Jul 2021
$140 million Ferny Grove Station upgrade kicks off

Another Queensland jobs boost is underway with major construction underway on Ferny Grove’s $140 million landmark suburban Transit Oriented Development (TOD).

27 Jul 2021
Highway upgrades kick off supporting local jobs and improving safety

Work will kick off this month on two highway projects in Upper Swan and Wooroloo that will help to ease congestion, improve safety and support around 180 jobs.