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1. 14 June 18TASMANIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Jeremy Rockliff announced the Tasmanian Government will invest a further $1.1 billion in road and rail upgrades. [Full text]
2. 14 June 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / INDUSTRY
Deputy Premier Trad announced the Cross River Rail Project would generate 450 new apprenticeships and traineeships during the construction life of the $5.4 billion project. [Full text]
3. 14 June 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Cameron Dick said the $40 million Growth Area and Regional Infrastructure Investment Fund would go towards infrastructure that improved liveability for Queenslanders in outer urban and regional areas. [Full text]
4. 14 June 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE
Ai Group said the higher level of capital spending will not be enough to address the State's infrastructure needs. [Full text]
5. 14 June 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Tourism & Transport Forum said the State Government is directly addressing growing costs of congestion by investing in infrastructure projects designed to future-proof the State's transport network. [Full text]
6. 14 June 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia said the Queensland Government's budget reverses a decline in infrastructure funding. [Full text]
7. 14 June 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
The Tourism & Transport Forum said congestion levels in Brisbane are increasing at a lower rate than any other capital city despite strong population growth. [Full text]
8. 14 June 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Minister Mark Bailey said the Transport and Roads Investment Program delivers $21.7 billion of investment over the next four years in road and transport infrastructure. [Full text]
9. 14 June 18VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister Luke Donnellan announced work on the first of 22 key road upgrades under the State Government's $4 billion Suburban Roads Upgrade has started. [Full text]
10. 14 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Deputy Premier John Barilaro announced a $20 million NSW Cross-Border Commissioner's Infrastructure Fund to make it easier to fund and build vital infrastructure for communities on the state's borders. [Full text]
11. 11 June 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier Steven Marshall announced that former Infrastructure Australia chairmen Sir Rod Eddington and Hon Mark Birrell are providing advice to State Government on the establishment of Infrastructure SA. [Full text]
12. 11 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE
The proposal for a high level control of infrastructure delivery for Western Sydney by former NSW Premier John Fahey is needed for efficient delivery, said the Urban Taskforce. [Full text]
13. 7 June 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Property Council said the ACT Budget has only $126 million new capital works expenditure. [Full text]
14. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Roberts released the 'Gosford City Centre Revitalisation Fact Sheet'. [Full text]
15. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Roberts outlined the upgrades and released the NSW Government Architect's recommendations for Gosford's revitalisation. [Full text]
16. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Anthony Roberts, announced $52 million in funding for infrastructure and public space in Gosford. [Full text]
17. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE
UDIA welcomed the NSW Premier's aim to adopt a 'collaborative' approach to delivering infrastructure, announced at the Financial Review Infrastructure Summit. [Full text]
18. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE
Opposition Leader Luke Foley said that instead of selling off assets, the Commonwealth Government and the states and territories should come up with a five-year plan on immigration. [Full text]
19. 7 June 18INFRASTRUCTURE / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Shadow Minister Jason Clare said the NAIF confirmed to a Senate hearing that it still hasn't created a single job or delivered a cent to any projects. [Full text]
20. 7 June 18INFRASTRUCTURE
The Chair of Infrastructure Australia said it modelled potential benefits of five key reforms which are suited to an incentive-based funding approach, in a speech at the Summit. [Full text]
21. 7 June 18INFRASTRUCTURE
Master Builders said Labor's pledge reinforces its commitment to projects that meet community needs. [Full text]
22. 7 June 18INFRASTRUCTURE
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said the role of Infrastructure Australia would be expanded under Labor with new conditions addressing areas like procurement, training and sustainability, in a speech to the Summit. [Full text]
23. 7 June 18INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Michael McCormack discussed changes to the demands on, and delivery of, the transport network, and Australia's position globally, in a speech to the Financial Review Infrastructure Summit. [Full text]
24. 7 June 18INFRASTRUCTURE
Consult Australia said the report shifts the infrastructure narrative from projects Australia can or cannot afford, to reform that cannot be ignored. [Full text]
25. 7 June 18INFRASTRUCTURE
The Railway Association said providing incentives to jurisdictions to deliver on reforms is a step towards ensuring change at state and territory level with regard to initiatives outlined in the Strategy. [Full text]
26. 7 June 18INFRASTRUCTURE
The UDIA said modelling by Infrastructure Australia suggests the economy could be boosted by $66 billion following infrastructure reforms. [Full text]
27. 7 June 18INFRASTRUCTURE
The Property Council said recommendations for incentive-based funding demand serious consideration by all levels of government. [Full text]
28. 7 June 18INFRASTRUCTURE
The Logistics Council supported recommendations in that report for the Federal Government to implement an incentive-based approach to secure enduring infrastructure reform. [Full text]
29. 7 June 18INFRASTRUCTURE
Infrastructure Australia released 'Making Reform Happen'. [Full text]
30. 31 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Property Council and Urbis released 'METRONET station precincts: An industry perspective on making them happen'. [Full text]
31. 31 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said federal infrastructure investment in WA will plummet by two thirds over four years. [Full text]
32. 31 May 18VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Premier Daniel Andrews announced the Victorian Government will invest $10 million to identify options to transform Geelong Private Hospital into a Women's and Children's hospital. [Full text]
33. 31 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / INTERNATIONAL
The University of Sydney released 'American airport cities: lessons for Western Sydney airport'. [Full text]
34. 31 May 18INFRASTRUCTURE / INDUSTRY
Infrastructure Australia announced Chief Executive Philip Davies will exit the organisation in August. [Full text]
35. 28 May 18TASMANIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
Shadow Minister Albanese said three out of every four dollars allocated to Tasmanian infrastructure projects in the Federal Budget will not be spent until 2022/23. [Full text]
36. 28 May 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Cameron Dick said major project work had risen by 58 per cent in 2017-18, with activity in 2018-19 forecast at a similar level. [Full text]
37. 28 May 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Queensland Major Contractors Association, Construction Skills Queensland and the Infrastructure Association of Queensland launched the '2018 Major Projects Pipeline Report'. [Full text]
38. 28 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE / HOMELESSNESS
Melbourne Lord Mayor Sally Capp said she looks forward to working with Council to proactively plan for Melbourne's population growth, major infrastructure projects and a response to homelessness. [Full text]
39. 28 May 18VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
Shadow Minister Albanese said PM Malcolm Turnbull hasn't addressed concerns about building a train line from Melbourne CBD to the city's airport without Federal Budget spend. [Full text]
40. 28 May 18VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Luke Donnellan said The Greens are trying to revoke planning permissions for the West Gate Tunnel. [Full text]
41. 28 May 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Fitzharris said Canberra city services funding will continue to grow in the ACT Budget to deliver essential services in our established suburbs and new, greenfield residential developments. [Full text]
42. 28 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
Ministers Anthony Roberts and Melinda Pavey announced $80 million in NSW Government funding to ensure infrastructure is in place for a housing development at Edmondson Park. [Full text]
43. 28 May 18INFRASTRUCTURE / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Shadow Minister Jason Clare welcomed a National Audit Office audit of the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility. [Full text]
44. 28 May 18INFRASTRUCTURE
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia said the PC has called on the Federal Government to advance reform on road user charging. [Full text]
45. 24 May 18TASMANIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
Treasurer Peter Gutwein said the Federal Budget will invest $1 billion in Tasmania's infrastructure. [Full text]
46. 24 May 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier Steven Marshall welcomed news that SkyCity Entertainment Group will partner withHansen Yuncken to deliver the majority of works for the $330 million Adelaide Casino Expansion. [Full text]
47. 24 May 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry said the $45 billion package will span until the 2021-22 financial year, guaranteeing at least a $10 billion spend each year up until that time. [Full text]
48. 24 May 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the upcoming Queensland Budget contains $45 billion of infrastructure over the next four years. [Full text]
49. 24 May 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / INFRASTRUCTURE
Ministers Meegan Fitzharris and Mick Gentleman said the ACT Budget contains funding for a new Belconnen Bikeway, and Woden and Tuggeranong town centre upgrades for local infrastructure and improved cycling and footpath connections. [Full text]
50. 24 May 18INFRASTRUCTURE
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said two days of Senate hearings have established that the Federal Budget did not include new money for infrastructure. [Full text]