Visitors will enjoy an even better experience when embarking on the Ballarat Tramway Museum’s scenic tours, with new tram track upgrades now complete thanks to support from the Australian and Victorian governments. Passengers can now experience a safer and more comfortable tram ride with 600 metres of new tram tracks installed from the Museum’s junction to
Federal Member for Ballarat, Catherine King has today announced that the Albanese Labor Government will provide $978,050 to fix four dangerous black spots in the Ballarat area. “The Black Spot Program provides funding to improve road safety where it’s needed most,” Ms King said. Safety measures such as traffic signals and roundabouts at locations where
Federal Member for Ballarat, Catherine King, has today visited the recently completed Newlyn Cricket Nets, made possible by Australian Government funding, through the Local Roads and Community Infrastructure (LRCI) Program. The total project cost was $140,000, with LRCI funding contributing $81,766 and the Hepburn Shire Council funding the balance. “I am delighted to see the
An Albanese Labor Government will deliver a new aviation white paper to set the scene for the next generation of growth and development across the aviation sector, while also establishing effective mechanisms for consultation and management of issues like aircraft noise and airport development. Over the course of the pandemic, the Morrison-Joyce Government’s support has delivered little of lasting
Australians reading the Morrison-Joyce Government’s latest infrastructure announcement would be forgiven for feeling a sense of déjà vu with reannouncements of existing projects and even more money for commuter car parks in marginal seats. It’s the same story every year, with big sounding announcements that promise a better future but in the end amount to


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