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1. 4 May 17VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Municipal Association of Victoria said it is disappointing that the Government has halved the Growing Suburbs Fund. [Full text]
2. 4 May 17VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Minister Natalie Hutchins said that the Victorian Government's Growing Suburbs Fund will receive $50 million over two years to help build important community projects across Melbourne's outer suburbs. [Full text]
3. 4 May 17VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
The Victorian Farmers Federation encouraged the Victorian Government to develop an infrastructure masterplan to improve supply chain efficiency. [Full text]
4. 4 May 17VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
The Tourism and Transport Forum said the Government's investment in a more frequent and reliable public transport network recognised the premium that international visitors are increasingly placing on travelling to cities and regions with efficient and a [Full text]
5. 4 May 17VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
The Ai Group said that the record infrastructure expenditure in the Budget will underpin further growth, jobs and improved amenity across the State. [Full text]
6. 4 May 17VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia said the Victorian Budget puts firm dollars behind real projects, doubling funding and showing what a real 'infrastructure budget' looks like. [Full text]
7. 4 May 17VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Consult Australia welcomed the Victorian Budget as positive and robust. [Full text]
8. 4 May 17VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Minister Allan outlined Budget commitments related to public transport in Melbourne's suburbs. [Full text]
9. 4 May 17VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Minister Jacinta Allan announced that $10 million of the money the Victorian Government is owed through the Asset Recycling Initiative will be used to develop a plan for a rail link to Melbourne Airport. [Full text]
10. 4 May 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Meegan Fitzharris said two primary route options are currently being considered. [Full text]
11. 4 May 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Consultation has commenced for stage two of Canberra's light rail network - linking Civic to the Woden town centre. [Full text]
12. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
The Airports Association said Sydney Airport has made a very carefully considered decision in the interests of its investors and shareholders. [Full text]
13. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
The Tourism and Transport Forum welcomed the PM's announcement and called for a review of the hourly movement cap at Sydney Airport. [Full text]
14. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Regional Development Australia Sydney called on the Federal Government to develop a collaborative planning structure with the NSW Government to develop the Western Sydney Airport. [Full text]
15. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
The Sydney Business Chamber said that now is the time for the Federal and State Governments to come together to establish an independent, well-resourced development authority that can oversee both the construction of the Western Sydney Airport and the sur [Full text]
16. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
With the City Deal for Western Sydney that involves the three levels of government there is now an opportunity to make the new airport the game changer for Sydney's future, according to the Urban Taskforce. [Full text]
17. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
The Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue welcomed the announcement and insisted that a 'whole-of-Sydney' approach is required to meet the region's growing aviation needs. [Full text]
18. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Premier Berejiklian said that Western Sydney Airport will build on the State's strong track record of delivering infrastructure and jobs. [Full text]
19. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Minister Paul Fletcher discussed the Western Sydney Airport in a press conference. [Full text]
20. 4 May 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
The PM confirmed that the Federal Government will build the Western Sydney Airport, following Sydney Airport's announcement that it will not take up the project. [Full text]
21. 16 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE / ENVIRONMENT
The Greens said that the Senate unanimously passed Senator Scott Ludlam's Order for Production of Documents to compel the Minister to provide evidence of completed environmental surveys for the Roe Highway project. [Full text]
22. 16 February 17QUEENSLAND / TOURISM / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced that there is a $13 billion tourism infrastructure pipeline between now and 2022. [Full text]
23. 16 February 17INDUSTRY / INFRASTRUCTURE / REGULATION
Minister Michaelia Cash announced that the Senate has passed an amendment to ABCC legislation that reduces the transition time to a new Building Code for Australian Government funded projects. [Full text]
24. 16 February 17TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
MP Cathy McGowan introduced an amendment aimed at strengthening Infrastructure Australia's assessment of the social and community benefit of infrastructure projects. [Full text]
25. 16 February 17TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Greens issued a response to the WestConnex report. [Full text]
26. 16 February 17TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese issued a response to the WestConnex report. [Full text]
27. 16 February 17TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Paul Fletcher discussed the WestConnex report in a press conference. [Full text]
28. 16 February 17TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit announced an inquiry based on the findings of the WestConnex report. [Full text]
29. 16 February 17TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The National Audit Office released a report on the approval and administration of commonwealth funding for the WestConnex road project. [Full text]
30. 13 February 17VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Committee for Melbourne made a submission to Infrastructure Victoria's paper on improving project appraisals by monetising more economic, social and environmental impacts. [Full text]
31. 13 February 17QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / INDUSTRY
CPB, Watpac and Lendlease have been shortlisted to build the $250 million North Queensland Stadium. [Full text]
32. 13 February 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Meegan Fitzharris launched Australia's first 'Park and Pedal' scheme in Canberra. [Full text]
33. 13 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
Local Government NSW made a submission on a proposed update to the policy framework for Voluntary Planning Agreements in NSW. [Full text]
34. 13 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
Updated details on proposed changes to the NSW Infrastructure State Environmental Planning Policy are online. [Full text]
35. 13 February 17INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
The Airports Association called for a focus on the funding requirements of regional airports, in its pre-budget submission. [Full text]
36. 13 February 17INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
A Senate committee announced an inquiry into the Airports Amendment Bill 2016 [Provisions]. [Full text]
37. 13 February 17INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
A Joint committee announced an inquiry into National Audit Office reports on Melbourne's East West Link project and Sydney's WestConnex project. [Full text]
38. 13 February 17INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Minister Darren Chester discussed transport infrastructure and urban congestion in an address to the Australian Economic Forum. [Full text]
39. 13 February 17INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
The UDIA made a submission on the Government's discussion paper 'Using Value Capture to Help Deliver Major Land Transport Infrastructure'. [Full text]
40. 13 February 17INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
The Greens said the Parliamentary Committee's support for high speed rail value capture along Australia's east coast is fraught with danger. [Full text]
41. 13 February 17INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese responded to the report. [Full text]
42. 13 February 17INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
MP John Alexander discussed value capture and infrastructure funding as he tabled the Parliamentary Committee report 'Harnessing value, delivering infrastructure'. [Full text]
43. 9 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Shadow Minister Rita Saffioti announced that two former senior public servants have completed an independent review of costings and assumptions for the proposed METRONET transport initiative for Perth. [Full text]
44. 9 February 17VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Victorian Government criticised a motion by the Opposition to block the $10.9 billion Melbourne Metro rail project. [Full text]
45. 9 February 17QUEENSLAND / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Deputy Premier Trad announced Damian Gould as the CEO of Building Queensland. [Full text]
46. 9 February 17QUEENSLAND / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Outgoing Minister Stirling Hinchcliffe said that the issues at Queensland Rail have been some of the most challenging and frustrating issues he needed to manage as a Minister. [Full text]
47. 9 February 17QUEENSLAND / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier Palaszczuk accepted Minister Stirling Hinchliffe's resignation and announced the appointment of Deputy Premier Jackie Trad as Acting Transport Minister. [Full text]
48. 9 February 17QUEENSLAND / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced the new Citytrain Response Unit to ensure Queensland Rail enacts reforms recommended by the Strachan Commission of Inquiry. [Full text]
49. 9 February 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / INFRASTRUCTURE / ECONOMICS
Consult Australia applauded the NT Government election commitment to develop a 10-year Infrastructure Plan. [Full text]
50. 9 February 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / INFRASTRUCTURE / ECONOMICS
Chief Minister Michael Gunner announced a series of summits to develop a long-term economic framework for the NT. [Full text]