Western Local Land Services is calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from landholders that wish to receive funding to assist them implement control measures for invasive species.
Reforms to Stamp Duty announced by the NSW Government is an insult to those people trying to purchase a home in NSW.
Western Local Land Services is calling for applications from landholders who wish to receive funding to carry out soil erosion control works that will have both positive environmental outcomes and lead to a more productive farming enterprise.
The final link in the Pacific Highway upgrade is in its peak construction period, with more than 3,300 jobs being delivered to finish the final stage of the project.
The NSW Treasurer’s announcement of changes to the State’s stamp duty system is a much-needed structural reform which, over time, will help reduce the tax burden on people buying a home in NSW.
“The indexation of Stamp Duty is a step forward in reducing the taxation imposts on housing,” stated Tim Reardon, HIA’s Principal Economist.
“Governments should avoid whip-lash changes to migration strategies for fear of adversely impacting employment, wealth creation and revenue necessary to supply infrastructure and services,” stated Tim Reardon, HIA’s Principal Economist.
The Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) has fined four landowners in October 2018 for illegal earthworks near NSW waterways and is keen to get the message out – you must have controlled activity approval before digging near waterways.
Downer is pleased to announce it has been awarded a contract by BELECTRIC Solar and Battery GmbH (BELECTRIC) to build innogy SE’s 349MW Limondale Solar Farm located in southern New South Wales.
Improved safety and transport productivity are on the way for the Goulburn community with major work on the new Lansdowne Bridge and road approaches now getting underway.