Motorists on Perth’s two primary arterials will soon be getting home faster and safer with work starting on major upgrades of the Mitchell and Kwinana freeways.
More than 370,000 building businesses will benefit from the Government’s decision to fast track tax relief for SMEs.
Outback communities will have further opportunities to have their say about the future of the Great Artesian Basin with consultation on a Strategic Management Plan extended until 9 November 2018.
Australia’s Landcare champions will be celebrated, at the National Landcare awards.
“The welcome announcement that the Federal Government intends to bring forward the small business tax cuts will boost investment and employment with these benefits spread widely across the Australian economy,” Australian Industry Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox, said.
Booyong Bridge was officially opened, the first of five new bridges being built as part of the Bangalow Bridges Replacement project.
The Federal Government’s plan for dealing with urban congestion and managing population growth is a pragmatic package which acknowledges the importance of supporting the vibrancy and economic growth of our our big and small cities.
AgForce has welcomed the opening of applications for the next round of wild dog exclusion fencing funding, and urged the Queensland Government to ensure the money gets out on the ground as soon as possible.
Further upgrades to one of the Northern Territory’s high-priority cattle routes has started, following the start of construction for Package 1 in June 2019.
The WA Government has negotiated a fair deal for Western Australia, with up to $126 million available to create thousands of jobs for apprenticeships and traineeships, after signing up to the Federal Government’s Skilling Australians Fund National Partnership.