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South Australia’s $12.9 billion infrastructure boom
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Northern Victoria’s Ultima Freight Terminal opens
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Community feedback drives North East Link progress
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Managing contractor for convention centre upgrade announced
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Infrastructure Magazine Dec 8
Review provides levy relief for major WA projects
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Infrastructure Magazine Dec 8
Inland rail agreement paves the way for work on Queensland section
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Maintaining the spark: Why upgrading electricity infrastructure matters
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Infrastructure magazine at 2019 🚆
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Victoria’s 2020 road safety upgrade rollout
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ARTC Board reappointments to keep leadership strong
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Infrastructure Magazine Dec 3
The NSW Government will provide $87.76 million in funding for drought-affected communities across 30 urgent water infrastructure projects.
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Infrastructure Magazine Dec 2
The 2020 Draft Master Plan for Launceston Airport () has been released for public exhibition, noting the top priorities for the airport’s development over the next eight years.
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