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The Australian Government will deliver over two million dollars for erosion mitigation works on Cocos (Keeling) Islands, as well as provide additional grant funding for new projects to support the local community.

The Minister for Major Projects, Territories and Local Government Paul Fletcher will travel to Christmas Island and Cocos (Keeling) Islands from Sunday 13 December to Wednesday 16 December.

Works are well underway on two significant infrastructure projects in Broome, one establishing a Royal Flying Doctor Service base at the Broome International Airport and the other improving road safety at a Black Spot intersection on Cable Beach Road.

Saturday, 12 December 2015 00:00

Another big win for motorists as T2T extended again

Another major intersection will be included in the Torrens Road to River Torrens upgrade of the North-South Corridor extending the non-stop motorway by approximately one kilometre.

The lowered South Road motorway will now be extended north of the Torrens Road intersection meaning traffic will now avoid six sets of traffic lights and a level crossing.

Wednesday, 09 December 2015 00:00

Transcript - Press Conference, Hobart Tasmania

PAUL FLETCHER:  I’m very pleased to be here in Goodwood with Geoff Hazell from Hazell Brothers, Tasmanian Minister for Infrastructure Rene Hidding, and Eric Hutchinson my federal colleague and Member for Lyons. We’re here to make a significant announcement in relation to the Brooker Highway upgrade.

The Australian and Tasmanian governments today announced Tasmanian company Hazell Bros as the successful contractor to carry out intersection upgrades on the Brooker Highway at Elwick.

Wednesday, 09 December 2015 00:00

Inspection of Midland Highway upgrades

Minister for Major Projects Paul Fletcher today joined Federal Member for Lyons Eric Hutchinson for an inspection of works on the Midland Highway from Launceston to Hobart.  The works are part of the $500 million Midland Highway 10 Year Action Plan.

THE Australian Government today released a discussion paper on ways of maximising value for money from its investments in northern Australia’s infrastructure through private sector involvement.

The Australian and New South Wales governments’ commitment to revitalise the Western Sydney economy has continued with works commencing on The Northern Road Stage One and Narellan Road Stage Two projects today.

Western Sydney residents are seeing continued roads investment in the region with the completion of the Kurrajong Road/Old Kurrajong Road intersection as part of the $20 million Richmond Bridge upgrade.

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