Construction of the new Avon River rail bridge in Stratford has been completed three months ahead of schedule.
A major upgrade to 27 kilometres of the Newell Highway between Mungle Back Creek and Boggabilla in Northern New South Wales near the Queensland border has opened to traffic – months ahead of schedule.
The Australian and Western Australian Governments have joined forces with BHP to deliver safety improvements at three key rail crossings in the Pilbara.
A much-anticipated new pavilion at Thomson Oval, Artarmon, was formally opened on Saturday by Willoughby City Council Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney and federal member Trent Zimmerman.
The Australian Government continues to work tirelessly to ensure we get as many Australians home by Christmas as possible.
Progress on the Australian Government Inland Rail project continues, with the second section of the 1,700 kilometre Melbourne to Brisbane freight line between Narrabri and North Star (N2NS) now under construction.
A new sporting era in Albury began today with the official opening of the redeveloped Lavington Sports Ground as one of the premier sporting venues in regional Australia.
The Morrison-McCormack Government is providing $15 million towards the Hawthorn Football Club’s new state-of-the-art Kennedy Community Centre (KCC), which is designed to improve facilities for the local community and…
The more than $65 million Broome Cape Leveque Road project in Western Australia's Kimberley region is now complete and has been a great success with almost 200 Aboriginal people employed across the construction life of the project.
Today, the Pacific Highway upgrade is taking an eight-kilometre leap forward with new northbound lanes due to open to traffic between Wells Crossing and Glenugie this afternoon.
The Australian and Western Australian Governments are keen to continue the success of the Broome Cape Leveque Project, with additional funding now allocated to continue upgrades to access roads.
The next priorities along Queensland’s southern Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) initiative corridors are a step closer to delivery, with consultations held with industry and stakeholders in Toowoomba yesterday.
The next priorities along Queensland’s northern Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) initiative corridors are a step closer to delivery, with consultations held with industry and stakeholders in Townsville today.
Construction on the Singleton Bypass is on track to start in 2023, with funding committed to finalise planning and deliver the bypass.