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Tag: infrastructure

Libs to match federal funding for infrastructure

The Canberra Liberals have announced they will match funding from the Federal Government for infrastructure projects in the ACT, including $87.5 million for the Molonglo River Bridge, if elected. Senator for the ACT...

Major parties promise Gungahlin and Tuggeranong sport infrastructure

Community sport will be strengthened regardless of October’s election result, with Gungahlin and Tuggeranong set to receive new facilities.

$8M boost for Canberra community infrastructure

A list of ACT community facility and pedestrian infrastructure projects will be fast-tracked, after a commitment of nearly $8 million from the Commonwealth Government today.

‘Good design’ drives growth and community benefits

The Australian Institute of Architects is calling for communities across regional Australia to partner with architects to create “quality public spaces”.

Eden-Monaro candidates back rail project

Multiple candidates in the Eden-Monaro by-election have come together to call on the Federal Government to commit funding for a $3 billion freight and passenger rail for the region.

Canberra sport news: At a glance

The UC Capitals are fast filling their roster for the Women's National Basketball League (WNBL) 2020-21 season with their latest additions.

Half of light rail network to close temporarily

The Flemington Road stretch of Canberra’s light rail network will temporarily cease operations as a stop at Sandford Street, Mitchell is constructed in the next 12 months. That light rail stop is just...

Master Builders calls on ACT Government to ‘step up’

Master Builders ACT is calling on the ACT Government to step up, following an infrastructure funding boost announcement from the Federal Government.

Additional major infrastructure spend ‘fiscally irresponsible’ says Barr

Local small business leaders have called on the ACT Government to finance numerous major infrastructure works to stimulate the local economy.