Work is set to begin on a major safety upgrade on a key intersection in Gardiner Road, following funding from the Australian and New South Wales governments.
Work has begun on the $7.5 million next stage of Orange’s southern feeder road.
Community leaders gathered today for a brief ceremony to signal the start of work.
The first Group Ten Rugby League local derby in May next year is expected to be the first time the new grandstand seating at Wade Park gets its first big test.
Business and tertiary sector representatives have joined forces with the Australian Government at this week’s Decentralisation Summits to untap country Australia’s economic potential.
Commencement of stage 4 of the Southern Feeder Road Project is one step closer after a $2 million boost under Round 7 of the Australian Government’s Heavy Vehicle Safety Productivity Program (HVSPP).
The 2020–21 Budget locks in more investment, jobs and a secure future for our regional communities, ensuring they remain a great place to live, work, invest and raise a family.
More jobs are coming to Orange following today’s opening of the Australian Government’s new Regional Programs branch office in the New South Wales regional city.
Minister for Decentralisation and Regional Education Andrew Gee, says the time has never been better for Australians considering a ‘tree change’ to make the move and call regional Australia home.
Applications for the latest round of the Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program will open on 1 October with the guidelines now available giving applicants an early opportunity to prepare.
The Morrison Government is boosting the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme (TFES) by modernising its operation and enhancing the benefits for Tasmanian businesses.
The Federal Liberal and Nationals Government has today begun consulting on technology to reduce the number and severity of heavy vehicle rear impact crashes.
NSW motorists are more likely to crash on country roads, which is the sobering message of this month's Rural Road Safety Month with drivers urged to rethink their driving habits.
Rugby league and union players, officials and spectators in Wellington have had a big win in the form of a new fencing and seating upgrades at Kennard Park.
Free WiFi is now available in parts of the city centre and other designated public recreational areas in Bathurst thanks to the Morrison Government's $50 million Smart Cities and Suburbs Program.
Works to upgrade the Shoalmarra Drive and Mount Low Parkway intersection in Townsville began today, thanks to $1.5 million in funding from the Australian Government’s Black Spot Program.