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Gladstone Ports Corporation is now accepting applications for its 2023 apprenticeship program, with intakes opening on July 1 2022.
The $18.8 million contract for the new Cam River Bridge and junction upgrade at Somerset has been awarded to a Tasmanian company.
Infrastructure Australia has released its June 2022 Infrastructure Priority List, which focuses on ensuring efficient road, rail and renewable energy projects in regional Australia.
As July school holidays approach, airports around Australia are preparing for a travelling boom and passengers are encouraged to plan ahead and arrive early for flights.
Transport for NSW has developed a new land use website which will help inform developers about regulations when planning projects that interact with roads, rail and waterways.
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