Two components of the dog fence rebuild – the supply of materials and the creation of a panel of fencing contractors.
The $25 million project to repair South Australia’s ailing dog fence and restore pastoralists faith in their future is underway.
South Australia has delivered the nation’s highest level of property sector confidence for the sixth consecutive quarter – but here are three reasons why it could quickly fall off a cliff.
“Ai Group supports the infrastructure-focused South Australian State Budget delivered by Treasurer Rob Lucas,” Ai Group SA Head, Steve Myatt, said.
The South Australian State Government released a report into the South Australian Dog Fence which outlines a return on investment of up to 48 per cent to replace sections that are more than 100 years old at a cost of $25 million.
Livestock SA is seeking a $25 million funding injection for the South Australian Dog Fence as a major piece of rural infrastructure contributing to the viability of sheep and cattle farming across the nation.
GFG Alliance Executive Chairman, Sanjeev Gupta has shared plans for a visionary ‘Next-Gen’ mega steel plant for Whyalla, signing an engineering contract with CISDI for the ambitious project.
The ACCC has granted authorisation for arrangements between SA Housing Authority, Renewal SA and land and property developers, which are designed to increase Adelaide’s supply of affordable housing.
South Australia has delivered the nation’s highest level of property sector confidence for the second consecutive quarter – and here are four reasons why.
“With no new taxes, coupled with the previously-announced reduction in payroll tax for SMEs, the first SA Government’s Budget has ticked a lot of boxes for the State’s manufacturing, construction and associated industries,” Stephen Myatt, Ai Group’s SA Head said.