The Morrison-Joyce Government’s nearly decade-long neglect of the skills sector has been revealed today as one of the biggest risks to our future infrastructure development. Infrastructure Australia’s Infrastructure Market Capacity report has highlighted the labour shortages in critical skills required for infrastructure projects are expected to have severe impacts. The report outlined that in order to meet
Yesterday we learnt that the Building Better Regions Fund disproportionately favoured Coalition-held seats and today we found out why – projects were chosen according to secret, colour-coded spreadsheets. Speaking to Flow FM, a radio station based in Kapunda, SA, Member for Mallee, Anne Webster, spectacularly belled the cat, telling listeners that Coalition MPs had the
New analysis has today revealed the latest round of Morrison-Joyce Government rorts, with almost 90% of new Building Better Regions funding going to Coalition-held or marginal seats. Out of $300 million of funding available, Coalition-held and marginal seats received around $270 million. The numbers don’t lie. This is the latest in a long line of rorts from
Minister Fletcher has failed to address serious concerns about the Morrison-Joyce Government’s $660 million Commuter Car Park Fund, better known as car park rorts, where programs were selected on the basis of a secret spreadsheet of marginal seats before the last election. Astonishingly, yesterday the Minister claimed ‘we have been very transparent in relation to