A contractor has been appointed to deliver the Gippsland Line Upgrade’s major package of works, rail upgrades between Pakenham and Traralgon to enable more frequent and reliable train services.
The Federal and New South Wales governments’ plans to deliver greater water security to communities in Tamworth and the Peel Valley have reached a significant milestone with the announcement of a preferred route for the proposed new Dungowan Dam…
On the 8th of March 1910, French woman Raymonde de Laroche became the first woman to earn a pilot licence.
The Murrumbeena Park pavilion is set for a major facelift, transforming the local gathering point into an integrated community hub with multi-purpose spaces for sports clubs and community events.
The Queensland and Federal governments have each committed another $7.5 million for Rookwood Weir to unlock 10,000 additional megalitres of water for Central Queensland.
Australia’s airlines, hotels and caravan parks, restaurants and bars, travel agents and tourism operators are set for a rush of hundreds of thousands of tourists as part of a new $1.2 billion support package from the Morrison Government.
The Australian Government wants more women to become involved in the nation’s maritime industry, following in the footsteps of new Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) Board member, Captain Jeanine Drummond.
Hundreds of road safety projects are rolling out across New South Wales, in a more than $400 million blitz designed to reduce road trauma and save lives.
The Australian Government has welcomed today’s release of Infrastructure Australia’s (IA) 2021 update to its Infrastructure Priority List, showcasing the Government’s commitment to deliver nation-defining infrastructure while helping inform…
Today’s sod turning at regional South Australia’s Monarto Zoo officially marks the start of construction on a new state-of-the-art Safari Gateway Visitors Centre.
The Australian Government is investing a further $220 million for an innovative signalling technology that is increasing the safety and reliability of Australia’s freight rail network and generating hundreds of jobs.
Drought-affected regions are continuing to benefit from Australian Government funding support, with 24 projects sharing in more than $1.1 million under the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal’s award-winning Tackling Tough Times Together…
Fifteen new road safety projects are about to start rolling out across South Australia as part of the first tranche of a road safety package worth more than $100 million, designed to reduce road trauma and save lives.
The design and construction of Inland Rail is providing stimulus to companies right across the nation with investments in services and supplies driving employment and growth in regional Australia.
Funding is now available to support a safer road system and drive down road trauma, with applications open under Round 2 of the $12 million Road Safety Innovation Fund.