A clear path toward economic diversification, tourism growth and a thriving city centre has been laid out today with the launch of the Geelong City Deal Implementation Plan.
Works to upgrade Tiger Brennan Drive from Dinah Beach Road through to McMinn Street are almost complete, with the road expected to open in a week’s time.
Today, I am launching the new Centre for Population, to be based inside of Treasury.
This Centre was in the May budget with funding starting in July of this year. It will soon be at full capacity of about 20 staff.
Hobart is set to reap the economic, jobs and housing rewards of its $1.6 billion City Deal with today’s release of the Implementation Plan outlining how projects will be delivered across the first three years of the deal.
M1 motorists have been given a sneak peek at the $749 million M1 upgrade from Eight Mile Plains to Daisy Hill.
The Darlington Upgrade Project has reached a new milestone, with motorists able to use the new Ayliffes Road bridge over the non-stop motorway for the first time from the morning of Saturday, 28 September 2019.
An innovative partnership with TAFE NSW will provide to first-class training opportunities for construction workers building Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport.
Demolition works have started on the Stapley Drive bridge replacement project, as part of the congestion-busting M1 Pacific Motorway upgrade between Mudgeeraba and Varsity Lakes.
One year ago, Prime Minister Scott Morrison turned the long-awaited first sod at Badgerys Creek kicking off construction on Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) International Airport.
A congestion-busting agreement landed today between the Morrison Government and the Brisbane City Council will mean nine Urban Congestion Fund projects will commence construction within 12 to 24 months.
One year since the first sod turn and the Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport is on track and on budget for a 2026 take-off.
The Morrison Government’s updated population plan will underpin economic growth while maintaining the liveability of Australia’s cities and supporting growth in our regions and smaller cities.
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.
Townsville artist Jane Hawkins has been commissioned to sculpt a life-sized statue of NRL star Johnathan Thurston to stand in the northern entry plaza of the new North Queensland Stadium.
The bulldozers have roared into action as construction starts today on the $86 million Roe Highway and Kalamunda Road interchange.