North Australia R&D Dialogue Submission to JSCNA

Securing the Future of Australia through Research & Development and Education The North Australia R&D Dialogue examines the northern development context, evaluates opportunities and makes recommendations in its submission to the Joint […]

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Article – Mackay Airport to undergo $900m expansion as key freight hub

28 April 2014 Whitsunday Times THE Mackay regional economy is set to soar under a $900 million expansion plan to develop Mackay Airport as a key transport and freight hub. A submission by […]

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Article – Are Visa Restrictions Imperilling Infrastructure Growth?

29 April 2014 Marc Howe Sourceable Consult Australia warns that the country’s current visa regime is starving the design and construction industries of engineering talent, and severely impeding future infrastructure development as […]

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Article – Stakeholders put forward their ideas to open opportunities in Far North Queensland

28 April 2014 Liam Parsons Cairns Post STAKEHOLDERS across the Far North have outlined how they want the government to unlock the potential of northern Australia. The Federal Government’s northern Australia committee […]

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Shire of Broome's Submission to the JSCNA

13 March 2014 Shire of Broome The Shire of Broome’s submission to the Joint Select Committee on Northern Australia looks at the potential for development in the region, and offers recommendations in […]

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Article – Farmers look to the future

28 April 2014 Luke Mortimer The Northern Star REGIONAL Development Australia Northern Rivers has told the Federal Government the “high Australian dollar, a propensity for small land holdings, an ageing workforce and […]

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Article – Western Australia Revitalized?

28 April 2014 Ron Manners Mannkal The Economic Regulation Authority (ERA) has opened up the windows and let some fresh air in. Congratulations to Lyndon Rowe, the Chairman of the ERA, in […]

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Article – Urannah Dam project gathering some momentum

28 April 2014 Jon Ortlieb Daily Mercury THE long-anticipated Urannah Dam project may be gathering some momentum after a series of Northern Australian Development Committee sittings. The proposed dam, about 60 kilometres […]

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Article – WA remains Australia's strongest economy

28 April 2014 AAP The Top End is leading the way when it comes to economic activity, due to strong growth in construction, according to CommSec’s quarterly State of the States report. […]

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Article – Top End is the way of future

29 April 2014 NT News NORTHERN Australia is a major focus not only for the Territory Government but also the Australian and United States governments. Our strategic positioning in a military sense, […]

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