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New South Wales councils are set to benefit under the latest round of local government Financial Assistance Grants with $89.1 million of untied funds for community projects.

Minister for Major Projects, Territories and Local Government Paul Fletcher said New South Wales councils can direct the funds to any activities, programmes or services according to the needs of their local community.

Northern Territory councils are set to benefit under the latest round of local government Financial Assistance Grants with $4.1 million of untied funds for community projects.

Minister for Major Projects, Territories and Local Government Paul Fletcher said Northern Territory councils can direct the funds to any activities, programmes or services according to the needs of their local community.

Queensland councils are set to benefit under the latest round of local government Financial Assistance Grants with $56.4 million of untied funds for community projects.

Minister for Major Projects, Territories and Local Government Paul Fletcher said Queensland councils can direct the funds to any activities, programmes or services according to the needs of their local community.

South Australian councils are set to benefit under the latest round of local government Financial Assistance Grants with $19.1 million of untied funds for community projects.

Minister for Major Projects, Territories and Local Government Paul Fletcher said South Australian councils can direct the funds to any activities, programmes or services according to the needs of their local community.

Tasmanian councils are set to benefit under the latest round of local government Financial Assistance Grants with $9.0 million of untied funds for community projects.

Minister for Major Projects, Territories and Local Government Paul Fletcher said Tasmanian councils can direct the funds to any activities, programmes or services according to the needs of their local community.

Victorian councils are set to benefit under the latest round of local government Financial Assistance Grants with $67.4 million of untied funds for community projects.

Minister for Major Projects, Territories and Local Government Paul Fletcher said Victorian councils can direct the funds to any activities, programmes or services according to the needs of their local community.

Thursday, 11 February 2016 14:45

Vehicle Emissions Discussion Paper

The Ministerial Forum on Vehicle Emissions, established by the Turnbull Government to review Australia’s regulatory framework for vehicle emissions, has today issued a discussion paper which sets out the issues under examination and calls for comment.

Wednesday, 10 February 2016 09:56

TRANSCRIPT – AM WITH MICHAEL BRISSENDEN 10/02/16

MICHAEL BRISSENDEN: The Federal Government is planning to reform motor vehicle laws with the changes to come into force after the closure of Holden, Ford and Toyota plants in South Australia and Victoria.  From 2018, consumers will be allowed to personally import new motor vehicles from Japan and the UK. 

Planned changes to the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989, announced today by the Australian Government, will give more choice for car buyers and save industry over $70 million a year in lower regulatory compliance costs.

Topics: CityLink Tulla Widening contract award, Melbourne Metro 

PAUL FLETCHER: I’m very pleased to be here at Essendon Fields with Luke Donnellan, the Victorian Minister for Roads and Road Safety; Trevor Boyd from VicRoads; Michael Kalinowski from Lend Lease. This is a very important project.

Authorised by Paul Fletcher MP, Level 2, 280 Pacific Highway Lindfield NSW 2070.

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