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Boggo Road Gaol to be Reborn

Brisbane’s historic Boggo Road Gaol is set to be reborn under a $300 million redevelopment unveiled.

Roads

Stanthorpe's water supply secured for the future

Stanthorpe families and farmers will have access to a larger, more secure water supply after Queensland’s independent Coordinator-General approved the $76 million Emu Swamp Dam project.

Buildings

520 extra weekly bus services start across Sydney's North West

Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian announced another 520 extra weekly bus services in Sydney’s North West, taking the total number of extra weekly public transport services introduced by the NSW Government to more than 9,500.

Roads

$187 Million South East Regional Hospital development reaches 'top' milestone

The South East Regional Hospital development at Bega has reached a milestone, with the highest point of the structure completed.

Buildings

Campbelltown Hospital pathology department opens

Campbelltown Hospital’s pathology department has begun operating from the facility’s new Acute Services Building.

Buildings

The new Royal Adelaide Hospital reaches its peak

The new Royal Adelaide Hospital is celebrating another significant milestone following the completion of the hospital’s ten-storey structure.

Buildings

Progress in $50 million program for remote NT health clinics

The Northern Territory Government has released a tender for works on a new health clinic at Canteen Creek, as part of the $50 million program to build and upgrade health centres in the bush.

Buildings

Draft plan to transform Burswood Peninsula

Planning Minister John Day said the draft plan would guide the transformation of the peninsula into a significant sporting, entertainment, residential, commercial and tourism precinct that had ‘something for everyone’.

Buildings

South Coast's newest train station to be named 'Shellharbour Junction'

Transport for NSW announced the South Coast’s new train station and transport interchange will be named ‘Shellharbour Junction’.

Railways

Florence hot on the heels of Elizabeth as second tunnel boring machine arrives

The second North West Rail Link tunnel boring machine has arrived in Sydney and will be named Florence, after Australia’s first female engineer and architect Florence Mary Taylor.

Railways

Salt mine wins Major Project Status

The Northern Territory Government has awarded Major Project Status to Tellus Holdings’ Chandler Salt Mine near Titjikala, 120km south of Alice Springs.

Mining

Lee Point Road duplication officially opened

The Northern Territory Government celebrated the completion of the Lee Point road duplication between Vanderlin Drive and Tambling Terrace.

Roads

Premier Southport CBD site to be revitalised

A once-in-a-generation development will begin with the Queensland Government inviting expressions of interest for the sale of the former Gold Coast Hospital site.

Buildings

Angellala Creek side-track opens to light vehicles

Cars, buses and trucks up to 22.5 tonnes will be able to cross Angellala Creek for the first time following the serious truck accident from earlier this month.

Roads

New Mine to Create 30 Jobs

A mining lease has been granted for a new bauxite mine near Campbell Town that promises to create 30 jobs.

Mining

Increased security on public transport applauded by local member

Local member for Blain Nathan Barrett congratulated the Giles Government on the strong and decisive actions engaged on the Darwin Bus network.

Roads

More than 200 extra bus services for Western Sydney customers starting next week

Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian and Member for Smithfield Andrew Rohan visited the recently completed Fairfield bus interchange to announce more than 200 extra bus services are starting next week in Western Sydney.

Roads

Butler extension opens early and under budget

The $221million rail extension to Butler has opened several months early and $20million under budget, with the first scheduled service on the 7.5 kilometre rail extension leaving Butler Station.

Railways

Planning starts to convert Epping to Chatswood rail line to rapid transit

Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian announced community consultation will now begin for a six to seven month closure of the Epping to Chatswood rail line in 2018-19 to deliver fully-automated rapid transit services for customers.

Railways

Works commence early on Karoonda Highway

Works to upgrade the Karoonda Highway between Karoonda and Kulde will now commence as part of the State Government’s two-year $2.3 million commitment to upgrade this section of highway.

Roads

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Storefront News

The Use of Animals

The Use of Animals

Being eco friendly in today’s world, a world of polluting innovation and efficient toxicity, can be an interesting process.

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New Marine Catalogue - 2014 - 2015

New Marine Catalogue - 2014 - 2015

New Lateral Technology 2014 - 2015 Marine Catalogue now available for download.

New Linear Position Sensors

New Linear Position Sensors

Bestech Australia announces the release of new LR series non-contact linear inductive sensors. These units are developed to fill the gap in the factory automation marketplace.

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PILA’s Goal Posts to Feature in Greatest NRL Grand Final and Pre-Game Entertainment

PILA’s Goal Posts to Feature in Greatest NRL Grand Final and Pre-Game Entertainment

Goals will be kicked through PILA’s Rugby League goal posts at the 2014 NRL Grand Final and at its pre-game entertainment precinct at ANZ Stadium.

Parks & Outdoor

New Product Release: Abilitybox by Skemah

New Product Release: Abilitybox by Skemah

Moodie Outdoor Products is proud to present you the Abilitybox system from Skemah…another ‘really useful garden product’ that allows you to design and construct in your garden with ease!

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Meet the first families to benefit from Light Up Kenya

Meet the first families to benefit from Light Up Kenya

Last week, we launched Light Up Kenya, a nationwide campaign to help end light poverty in rural off-grid areas of Kenya. Already we are seeing the positive impact of the campaign on families’ lives.

Buildings

Take A Deep Breath and Plunge In

Take A Deep Breath and Plunge In

Imagine the first time you jumped into the water. Either that, or imagine the first time you jumped into a lake or the ocean.

Buildings

FLIR Systems Launches Groundbreaking TG165 Imaging IR Thermometer

FLIR Systems Launches Groundbreaking TG165 Imaging  IR Thermometer

Thermal imager and IR spot meter combined for rapid, easy troubleshooting.

Buildings

Biowood Architectural Battens Facades and Soffits

Biowood Architectural Battens Facades and Soffits

Biowood Australia have developed several architectural battens facades and soffits profiles suitable for commercial and residential application.

Buildings

Biowood Architectural Battens Facades and Soffits

Biowood Architectural Battens Facades and Soffits

Biowood Australia have identified the need for an alternative supply for timber or aluminum in battens profiles for facades and soffits application.

Buildings

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