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Riverline has passed another important milestone – with consultants hired to help plan and deliver the major light rail project.
A 42-turbine, $240 million wind farm development near Keyneton in the eastern Mount Lofty Ranges has been approved.
The Newman Government has reconfirmed its commitment not to increase the total water extraction from Cooper Creek.Read More
Environment Minister Albert Jacob determined appeals relating to the Environmental Protection Authority’s (EPA) report and recommendations on the proposed Forest Management Plan 2014-2023.
A new campaign - urging people to properly separate their waste to ensure maximum recycling - has been launched, marking the start of National Recycling Week.
The Human Services Minister, Cassy O’Connor, today launched a new strategy to help Tasmanians build houses and plan their communities more sustainably.Read More
The growing population in Australia’s major cities poses a problem for city planners as well as residents seeking to find adequate green space.
South Australia’s capacity to recycle and reuse waste will improve with a $1.2 million funding boost from the State Government.Read More
NSW is currently experiencing a major boom with infrastructure transport and development projects; some of these major projects include: Barangaroo South, Sydney’s Light Rail Project, WestConnex, the reimagining of Darling Harbour and ...Buildings | Railways Read More