Construction on stage two of the $1.4 billion Monash Freeway upgrade has begun, with the centre median of the corridor to be transformed into a work site.
The opening of USC Moreton Bay at Petrie will forever change the educational, employment and earning potential of one of Australia’s fastest-growing regions.
Blue Lagoon Oysters on Tasmania’s East Coast has officially opened upgraded facilities to grow oysters resistant to the deadly Pacific Oyster Mortality Syndrome (POMS), thanks to an investment from the Morrison Coalition Government.
Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport is entering a monumental new phase today as major earthworks commence.
A total of 147 dangerous crash sites across New South Wales will become safer under the latest round of the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government’s Black Spot Program.
Shovels will hit the ground today to upgrade two Moama intersections as part of the jointly funded $323.7 million Echuca-Moama Bridge project, which will improve freight efficiency and deliver better connections for the cross-border communities…
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack has welcomed the announcement that 10 domestic flights will take-off under the control of all-female flights crews to mark International…
Geotechnical investigations will get under way on the new Nowra Bridge this week as planning and design work powers ahead on this important project crossing the Shoalhaven River.
Regional Australia boasts some of this country’s most beautiful landscapes, tourist attractions and it is home to millions of people, which is why the Australian Government is seeking views on how to improve connectivity and innovation in…
The new Scone bypass will soon open to traffic, delivering safer, faster journeys along the New England Highway and transforming the town centre.
The Australian Government has announced new measures to improve the safety of passengers on Australian commercial vessels.
Investigating the viability of the Lockyer Valley Inland Rail connection is one of four projects selected to be fast tracked as part of the Inland Rail Interface Improvement Program (II Program).
The Pacific Highway between Glenugie and Maclean will soon be renamed, with ‘Big River Way’ to appear on road signs and online maps once the new bypass south of Grafton, Ulmarra and Tyndale opens later this year.
Fifty one dangerous crash sites in Queensland will be substantially improved under the latest round of the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government’s Black Spot Program.
More than 20 Townsville jobs will be supported by plans to build a 2.2km rock wall at the Port of Townsville.