The Morrison-McCormack Government is providing $10 million of funding to construct a boarding house which will enable 40 Indigenous school students to access the best in secondary education at a range of Melbourne…
The Ballarat Line Upgrade is complete, with communities along the line now set to enjoy more frequent services.
Wetlands to rehabilitate and protect threatened flora and fauna have started at Teven as part of the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway upgrade biodiversity offset program.
After three years at the helm, Mr Richard Wankmuller will be retiring mid this year as Chief Executive Officer of Inland Rail at the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC).
Work on the biggest South-West road infrastructure project, the Bunbury Outer Ring Road, kicked off today, unlocking thousands of local jobs and economic benefits for the Greater Bunbury region.
Expressions of Interest are now open for contractors to deliver the South Geelong to Waurn Ponds Upgrade Stage 2 – a project that will create local jobs in Victoria’s south-west and deliver more frequent and reliable train services for South…
The Australian Government has today announced funding for an important infrastructure project to boost the nation’s capital – the upgrade of Commonwealth Avenue Bridge.
Communities across the Southern and Inner Darling Downs are invited to submit their feedback on the draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Inland Rail section from the New South Wales border to Gowrie in Queensland.
The Australian and New South Wales Governments are pushing ahead with a game-changing bypass of Singleton on the New England Highway.
A major milestone towards creating the world class Rockhampton Museum of Art was reached today, with the main structure now in lockup stage.
Regional Victoria will reap ongoing benefits after the Australian Rail Track Corporation signed an $80 million contract for the local manufacture of Inland Rail turnouts by Vossloh Cogifer’s Australian facilities.
New road safety upgrades and jobs will be delivered right across Queensland with the Australian and Queensland Governments unlocking close to $300 million in additional funding.
Kingaroy residents are set to benefit from improved infrastructure in the town centre, thanks to a $4.5 million Australian Government investment.
The Australian Government continues to prioritise helping vulnerable Australians overseas to return and will provide a further 20 commercial flights from locations around the world.
Tasmanian businesses and residents will benefit from new infrastructure upgrades that will mitigate flooding along the main street of Huonville.