The Liberal and Nationals Government has today committed $200,000 to upgrade the Salamanca Arts Centre Courtyard in Hobart.
Experience in state and federal politics delivering for Central West communities will be drawn upon as Calare MP Andrew Gee joins The Nationals' frontbench line-up as Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister.
State and territory governments are urged to apply for a share of $500 million for new water infrastructure projects, which have the potential to transform regional communities and economies.
Farmers and other landholders have an opportunity to share in the broader economic benefits of the Inland Rail’s construction, by supplying suitable materials direct from borrow pits and quarries.
A notable decline in 2018 nationwide road deaths with 78 fewer fatalities has been welcomed—but the drop should not be seen as a green light to trigger complacency.
Detailed design is underway for upgrades to the Bruce Highway near Gootchie, in the growing area north of Glenwood, Queensland.
The Liberal & Nationals Government has today committed $100,000 to help fund From the Shadows—an important arts project which tells the stories of convict women and orphan school children in Tasmania through sculpture.
An 85-year-old timber bridge carrying the D’Aguilar Highway over Kilcoy Creek will be replaced later this year with a new 15-metre-long, two-lane concrete bridge.
The Liberal and Nationals' Government has today committed $830,000 to upgrade the North Hobart Football Club.
The New Year brings more safety upgrades on the Bruce Highway, with roadworks now under way on a 4.7-kilometre stretch of highway at Chatsworth, north of Gympie.
The Liberal and Nationals' Government has today committed $60,000 to the installation of new lights at the Southern City BMX Club in Berriedale.
Modernised heavy vehicle access – backed by the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government, to slash agricultural industry red tape and boost business efficiencies – are a significant step closer to reality.
The Liberal and Nationals’ Government has today committed $1.6 million to restore the St George’s Anglican Church in Battery Point.
The 180-year-old sandstone structure is a Tasmanian icon and is in need of major repairs.
Safety improvements on the D'Aguilar Highway between Caboolture and Kilcoy in Queensland are now complete.