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The Tasmanian Government has released its 2022-23 Budget, allocating $2.7 billion in funding for roads and bridges.
The Victorian Government has announced Victoria’s Big Build is hiring, with 300 apprenticeships and traineeships available by mid-2023.
The National Association of Women In Construction (NAWIC) has released its Federal Election priorities, calling for childcare, industry retention, cultural change and gender equality reforms.
Ahead of the 2022 election, @ConsultAus has called upon the next federal government to adopt its seven key policy recommendations, advocating for reforms in the infrastructure sector.
In a joint venture, the Federal Government and New South Wales Government have committed to a $48.3 million project to rebuild MR358 between Merriwa and Willow Tree.