Queensland Government determined to maintain infrastructure investment at more than $50 billion over the next four years, despite the financial challenge of supporting Queensland through the pandemic.
The Government has unveiled a plan to build a new arterial road, informally dubbed the ‘Moreton Connector.’
An extension of George Street’s car-free zone in Sydney’s CBD, a
new pedestrian-only boulevard behind Liverpool’s Railway Street and a
‘people’s loop’ in Parramatta Park have been given the green light today as part of a plan to transform streets into shared spaces in response to COVID-19.
26th March 2020
The NSW Government’s continued commitment to the infrastructure and construction sector in the face of the ongoing impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been welcomed by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s Chief Executive, Adrian Dwyer, and should be mirrored across the country.
“Professions across the New Zealand infrastructure sector could shed up to 30 per cent of staff over the next 6 months unless immediate measures are taken to protect workers and restart construction,” says Infrastructure NZ CEO Paul Blair.
Media Release – 28th March 2020 The Palaszczuk Government’s payroll tax refund initiative for businesses hit by COVID-19 has already seen more than $50 million land in the bank accounts of more than 2300 Queensland businesses right across the state. The initiative was announced on Tuesday as part of a $4 billion in measures to support Queenslanders’ health, their jobs… Read More
The Palaszczuk Government is increasing its efforts to help small business during the COVID-19 pandemic by partnering with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) to deliver widespread assistance throughout the state.