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The City of Sydney has released its vision for a major new public square at Sydney’s Central Station, creating...
A new report from ClimateWorks Australia has found that rapid reduction in transport emissions is possible with the solutions...
Darwin is powering ahead with the roll out of new smart technology lighting despite restrictions brought on by COVID-19....
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The first electric waste truck has arrived for the City of Cockburn, which will initially be trialed during kerbside recycling collections and help determine if further electrification of the City’s waste truck fleet is viable.
The health of Ipswich residents will receive a much needed boost with the announcement of a new public hospital to be built in Springfield, with 174 new beds and over 1,000 new frontline jobs created when operational.
Sunshine Coast Council has reached a major milestone with 719 bus stops across the region now meeting disability access requirements, making local transport more accessible for everyone.
The latest round of community infrastructure projects has been announced as part of the Works for Queensland program and has been welcomed by the peak body representing Queensland councils, Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ).