Major construction work has commenced on the Inland Rail section from Narrabri to North Star in north west New South Wales, signalling the start of hundreds of opportunities for local workers.
Australians are being urged to think about driveway safety as part of Low Speed Vehicle Run Over Prevention Awareness Day.
More than 80 rural communities across Australia will soon benefit from better digital connectivity with the Morrison McCormack Government today announcing the successful projects funded under the Regional Connectivity Program (RCP).
Local contractors are being invited to attend a forum about how they can be part of the work to build the $187.2 million Parkes bypass.
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) is urging heavy vehicle operators to use their Daily Safety Checklist, ahead of the second major health check of Australia’s heavy vehicle fleet.
The Federal Government will provide $7 million supporting five East Gippsland community-based projects to boost the regional economy.
Safer, more reliable and efficient journeys are being delivered between Cessnock and Singleton under a $2.44 million project to replace an old single-lane timber bridge on Paynes Crossing Road with a dual-lane concrete structure.
With the upcoming Easter long weekend and school holidays starting across much of the country, the Australian Government is urging Australians to keep safe whilst travelling.
Australians are expected to snap up 800,000 half-price airfares with the first tickets going on sale at midnight tonight.
Communities across New South Wales will see work start to upgrade priority local roads within months thanks to $150 million in funding from the Australian and NSW Governments.
The Esperance Jetty was officially opened today with dignitaries, community members and visitors from across the state gathering at the Jetty Headland to celebrate the historic occasion.
Major works are underway to build two new lanes northbound on the Barton Highway from south of the New South Wales- Australian Capital Territory border to the intersection of Rolfe Road.
The Parkes Newell Highway Bypass is a step close with tenders being called to build the $187.2 million project, which is being funded by the Australian and New South Wales governments.