More Tasmanians will have access to social housing with the opening today of the first of 27 new specially designed homes for people with disability.
Construction is ramping up on the state-of-the-art Brisbane Metro depot, that will house the fleet of fully-electric vehicles.
A congestion-busting $70 million agreement landed today between the Morrison Government and the Central Coast Council will mean 29 Urban Congestion Fund projects will soon be underway across the region.
A historic METRONET construction contract - that will add a further 32 kilometres of rail to Perth’s network - was signed today, as early works commenced on the Thornlie-Cockburn Link project.
The Morrison Government has appointed Barry Broe as the new Chief Executive Officer for the National Faster Rail Agency (NFRA).
The Morrison Government will help create an even more energised and vibrant City of Perth by investing $30 million towards the revitalisation of the WACA Ground in East Perth.
Motorists in Perth’s southern suburbs can expect an early Christmas present, with the Armadale Road dual carriageway anticipated to be open by 20 December.
The first sod will be turned on the $354 million Regency Road to Pym Street (R2P) Project, which will support approximately 210 jobs over the life of the project.
Charles Darwin University’s plan to build a CBD campus in Darwin is a step closer to reality, with the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) giving its funding proposal conditional approval.
NorthLink WA's third and final section, stretching all the way from Ellenbrook to Muchea, is progressing towards completion in coming months.
Recruitment is ramping up at Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport with scores of new job opportunities across the once-in-a-generation project.
A new bridge over the Kwinana Freeway that will improve traffic flow at one of Perth’s most congested areas is officially getting underway today.
Gold Coast Light Rail Stage 3A is underway with the appointment of a company to lead the construction tender process.
The Federal and Queensland governments have announced they will jointly fund a $10 million upgrade to one of the city’s busiest intersections.
Geelong’s first Smart Nodes – high-tech replacements for streetlight poles – were officially switched on today at a launch event on the city’s waterfront.