Article – From infrastructure to smelters, C. Sulawesi eyes Rp 20t projects

31 March 2015 Linda Yulisman The Jakarta Post The Central Sulawesi regional government aims to realize direct investments totaling Rp 20 trillion (US$1.53 billion) this year, driven by a number of projects […]

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Article – Major insurance players welcome North Queensland taskforce

31 March 2015 Insurance Business Online Leading players in the Australian insurance industry have backed government plans for a $2 million taskforce to consider options to reduce premiums in Far North Queensland. […]

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Article – Agriculture white paper scrutinised by Cabinet committee, set for completion in 2015

28 March 2015 Andrew Greene ABC News The Abbott Government’s long-awaited agriculture white paper has become the latest target of Cabinet’s powerful razor gang. The Government said it wanted to release the […]

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Article – Online vision set to reignite NFF

2 April 2015 Colin Bettles North Queensland Register THE National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) unveiled cutting-edge plans to implement a world-leading online advocacy and policy development platform to federal politicians last week. NFF […]

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Article – Mystery $100 Chinese firm shortlisted for NT pipeline

2 April 2015 Amos Aikman & Anthony Klan The Australian A company run out of a suburban Sydney home with just $100 worth of equity has been chosen as one of the […]

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Article – Tenders sought for $624m Cooroy to Curra Section C

9 April 2015 Sunshine Coast Daily The Bruce Highway received a major boost today with tenders now being sought for an early works package as part of the $624 million Cooroy to […]

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Article – NT to invest A$4.75m in tourism infrastructure

9 April 2015 Micebtn Australia’s Northern Territory Government will spend A$4.75 million in the next two years on a Tourism Infrastructure Development Fund aimed at developing strategic infrastructure designed to grow the […]

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Article – Major Central Australian stock routes still a problem as mustering and trucking hits full swing

13 April 2015 Nathan Coates ABC Rural As mustering and trucking cattle hits full swing across the Northern Territory, some of the major stock routes in Central Australia remain a problem. PHOTO: A […]

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Attendees Respond to the Launch of Mrs. Rinehart's Book, "From Red Tape to Red Carpet…and Then Some"

16 April 2015 David & Sharon Kais Kais Contractors “You have the ability to reach people and you do this with such conviction and passion. The media will always have its say […]

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Article – After the mining boom: Blueprint to triple the Pilbara’s population by 2050

12 April 2015 Peter Law Perth Now THE population of WA’s Pilbara region could triple to 200,000 by 2050 under a blueprint for its future beyond the mining boom. Renewable energy, agriculture […]

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