In great news for adventurists, direct flights between Australia and Nepal are on the cards following the agreement of new air services arrangements between the two countries.
Applications for the latest round of the Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program will open on 1 October with the guidelines now available giving applicants an early opportunity to prepare.
Farmers and their communities will have access to more support with the Coalition Government announcing it will provide more funding, cut red tape and increase services.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack today visited the site of the recently built Camden Rivulet Dam in north-eastern Tasmania—a key component of the Scottsdale Irrigation…
A revitalised, thriving foreshore precinct will breathe new life into beachfront Rockingham in southwest Perth.
Warracknabeal Agricultural Museum has completed its emergency fire system upgrade today, putting safety first in a town susceptible to bushfires.
Upgrades to a Northern Territory road under the Liberal and Nationals Government's ‘black spots’ funding program will improve safety for all road users.
Drivers in Melbourne’s north will soon experience safer, quicker and more reliable journeys, as construction begins on the second stage of the O’Herns Road Upgrade in Epping.
The Liberal and Nationals Government is ensuring future water security for inland Australia with today’s launch of the $100 million National Water Grid Authority, delivering on a key 2019 Election commitment.
It is a landmark day for Toowoomba and the Lockyer Valley with the $1.6 billion Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC) to officially open to traffic on this afternoon.
Tunnels, lower gradients and low-noise pavement have been included in the design for the Coffs
Harbour bypass following community feedback.
A quarter of caravan and Recreational Vehicle users have stayed overnight in truck rest areas according to research released by the Caravan Industry Association of Australia today.
A new netball pavilion was officially opened in Winchelsea today, providing new opportunities for healthier, happier and more socially connected residents.
Sports lovers in the Adelaide Hills have had a huge win with $2.77 million worth of upgrades to local sports venues.
Locals and tourists will be able to take in Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport years before a plane even takes off with today’s unveiling of the world-class experience centre.