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The Federal Government has changed the requirements for international arrivals at airports, with passengers no longer needed to declare COVID-19 vaccination status from 6 July.
Heavy rainfall has hit metropolitan and Western Sydney, Illawarra, and the Central Tablelands districts, with flood warnings to continue for the next few days.
The NT Government has released a new infrastructure framework strategy, plan and pipeline to support economic and population growth from 2022-2030.
A major multi-billion deal between VicRoads and a consortium over the next 40 years, has announced its first modernisation update after 15 months of consultation with relevant employees, unions and stakeholders.
The new National Rail Safety Data Strategy has been officially launched by the Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator and the Australasian Railway Association to support collaborative safety decisions.
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