Plans for Parramatta’s brand new stadium have been unveiled today after NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Sport, Stuart Ayres, announced that Lendlease will take control of the project to design and build Western Sydney Stadium.
Regional Development Minister Terry Redman has revealed that $3.05 million will be invested by the Liberal National Government into Margaret River’s Cultural Centre redevelopment as part of the state’s Royalties for Regions initiative.
Minister for Infrastructure Rene Hidding has today revealed that Stubbs Construction, a locally owned and operated business has been chosen to deliver South Burnie Rail Yard’s $5.5 million upgrade.
The local Merrylands community have been invited to share their thoughts on the potential upgrade of Merrylands Station’s commuter car park.
The Andrews Labor Government will consider a proposal that will see telecommunications on Melbourne’s train system significantly improved to help provide and deliver more accurate and up to date information for passengers.
Works have started to seal 22 kilometres of the Loop-Z Bend Road as part of the Liberal National Government's $20 million Royalties for Regions-funded Kalbarri Skywalk project.
Subsurface investigations have begun recently at the proposed site of Western Australia’s newest museum to prepare for the significant construction works that will begin in 2017.
Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance today revealed that the NSW Government has ordered 24 Waratah-style trains to help alleviate congestion issues across the state.
Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Roads Duncan Gay were today present at the site of the New M5 to witness tunnelling works begin on the critical road infrastructure project.
Parliamentary Secretary for Regional Victoria Danielle Greene has today revealed that Wedderburn will receive a new police station as part of the states police infrastructure blitz.
The $21.7 billion Carmichael coal and rail project has received its required final major State and Federal Government approval this week.
Construction works have started on Adelaide Festival Plaza’s redevelopment that will help revitalise the Adelaide Riverbank precinct.