“The NSW Government is to be commended on funding 100,000 fee-free apprenticeships over the next four years,” said HIA Executive Director NSW, David Bare.
The QLD Government is continuing to invest in Queensland’s high-growth regional centres and emerging urban communities with $40 million to be invested in economy-building infrastructure.
Infrastructure Australia’s recommendations for incentive-based funding to stimulate productivity-boosting economic reform are welcome and demand serious consideration by all levels of government.
Bega Valley communities will receive $2 million in disaster assistance funding for clean-up following the Tathra and District fire.
A new Australian Research Council (ARC) industrial transformation research training centre will create innovative engineering solutions and products to position Australia as a global research and development leader in rail engineering, and grow the construction and manufacturing businesses that service our rail industry into the future.
A family owned and operated orchard in the Goulburn Valley is set to thrive, with funding announced to expand, bringing new local jobs to the community.
Australian vegetable growers have welcomed the government’s increased investment in the nation’s biosecurity sector announced in 2018’s Federal Budget, with industry representative body AUSVEG saying it is critical to ensuring Australia’s agricultural production systems are protected.
Western Local Land Services is inviting landholders to apply for a small grant to purchase innovative technology, equipment or services to assist them to adopt sustainable practice change.
A Margaret River wine business will receive the first Wine Export Grant for its exporting activities in the United States of America (USA).
Disaster assistance has been made available for the people affected by the bushfire in the local government area of Bega, which includes the Tathra and surrounding communities.