10 May 2021
Federal Budget supports Victoria's recovery plan

Victoria continues to benefit from the Liberal and Nationals Government’s record infrastructure investment, with funding for major new projects to be announced in this week’s 2021-22 Budget, securing Australia’s recovery. 

10 May 2021
Federal Budget supports NSW's recovery plan

New South Wales continues to benefit from the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government’s record infrastructure investment, with funding for major new projects to be announced in this week’s 2021-22 Budget, securing Australia’s recovery.

10 May 2021
Federal Budget supports Tasmania's recovery plan

Tasmania continues to benefit from the Liberal and Nationals Government’s record infrastructure investment, with funding for major new projects to be announced in this week’s 2021-22 Budget, securing Australia’s recovery.

10 May 2021
Federal Budget supports Queensland's recovery plan

Queensland continues to benefit from the Liberal and Nationals Government’s record infrastructure investment, with funding for major new projects to be announced in this week’s 2021-22 Budget, securing Australia’s recovery.

10 May 2021
Federal Budget supports South Australia's recovery plan

South Australia continues to benefit from the Liberal and Nationals Government’s record infrastructure investment, with funding for major new projects to be announced in this week’s 2021-22 Budget, securing Australia’s recovery.

10 May 2021
Federal Budget infrastructure boost to help build Australia's economic recovery

The national economy will be boosted by a ten-year infrastructure pipeline, with new funding for major projects to be announced in Tuesday’s Federal Budget.

Key projects to be funded include:

08 May 2021
Three new projects to ramp up regional jobs and economic stimulus in south-west WA

The Australian Government has announced it will fund three new projects in Western Australia’s South West to create jobs, economic stimulus and opportunities to help drive the region’s recovery from COVID-19.

07 May 2021
Jobs boom takes off in the Hunter with Newcastle Airport investment

The Morrison Government will upgrade the Newcastle Airport runway generating thousands of local jobs while creating new domestic and international travel and export destinations for Hunter and Central Coast residents and businesses.

07 May 2021
Completion of new bridge for Rookwood Weir

The new bridge over the Fitzroy River has officially opened.

The $12.5 million structure at Riverslea is the third road upgrade delivered as part of the $367.2 million Rookwood Weir project.

06 May 2021
Beefed-up regional connectivity to drive nation’s COVID recovery

An injection of $130.4 million in the federal Budget will improve connectivity in regional, rural, and remote communities, further driving Australia’s regionally-led recovery from the COVID-19 recession.

06 May 2021
Australia leading the digital revolution in aviation

The Australian Government is laying the foundations for new jobs in the new frontier of aviation services with the release of the National Emerging Aviation Technologies (NEAT) Policy Statement.

05 May 2021
Albury Wodonga Regional Deal on track to deliver

Deal partners are working together whilst negotiations continue on the Albury Wodonga Regional Deal. An investment of $911,000 is being provided to Albury Wodonga to deliver the region’s tracks and trails project.

04 May 2021
Federal Budget infrastructure boost to help build Western Australia's economic recovery

The Western Australia economy will be boosted by a $1.3b infrastructure package, with record funding for major new projects to be announced in next week’s Federal Budget.

04 May 2021
Transcript - Gladstone Press Conference
Subjects: Regional Recovery Partnership funding; hydrogen hub; Auckland Hill upgrade; cruise ships industry; Gladstone industries; Northern Oil Refinery; export industry; energy industry; animal welfare.
04 May 2021
Australian Government backing local ideas to enhance Inland Rail

Expert technical and commercial support will be provided to a further 15 project proposals under the Australian Government’s Inland Rail Interface Improvement Program (II Program).