The New South Wales Government has released a reform plan for the State Government procurement strategy.

The Victorian Government has announced it introduce sweeping reforms to the oversight of the state's building industry regulation to meet 21st century requirements.

The Queensland Government has passed legislative reforms through State Parliament that it says will provide greater certainty for the mining and exploration sectors.

The South Australian network of 19 new Marine Parks has officially taken effect, with the State Government welcoming the move, saying it will better protect the state’s marine environment for the future.

The South Australian Government has announced it will get an Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) by the middle of next year after the State Opposition lent its support to the Bill’s passage earlier this week.

The Tasmanian Government has unveiled plans for a $2 billion wind farm on King Island, a project that would see the State host the biggest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.

Adelaide will become the country’s first capital city to offer free Wi-Fi outdoors in the city centre under a new co-developed plan announced by the State and local governments.

New South Wales councils will be allowed to increase their general income by up to 3.4 per cent following a ruling by the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART).

The Queensland Government has introduced the Gasfields Commission Bill 2012 into the State Parliament, which seeks to formalise the powers of the Gasfields Commission.

The South Australian Government has announced it has appointed Tatts Group as the operator to manage SA Lotteries’ brands and products for the coming 40 years.

The Federal Government has announced that Murray-Darling Basin communities will share in $100 million in funding for economic diversification projects to assist them in transitioning to a ‘more sustainable water future’.

The Federal Government will provide $155 million for major projects aimed at restoring the health of the wetlands in the South Australian Murray region.

The Ord River irrigation expansion project has been greenlighted following an agreement between the Federal, Northern Territory and Western Australian Governments.

The Tasmanian Freight Logistics Co-ordination Team has conducted its inaugural meeting, with members discussing future strategies of the State’s logistics and freight sector.

The Victorian Government has introduced new guidelines that will allow ‘sensible development’ in potable water catchment areas.

The Queensland Government has released the Expression of Interest (EOI) for the new Broadwater Marine Project on the Godl Coast.

The Victorian Government has announced it will commit full funding for the construction of the new Monash Children’s Hospital.

The Queensland Government has announced $13.4 million worth of project funding to assist the state councils deliver the Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry recommendations.

The Western Australian Government has announced it has granted approval for the $1.8 billion proposal by Rio Tinto to increase and extend the life of its Yandicoogina Iron Ore project in the Pilbara.

The Victorian Government has announced ‘an historic partnership’ in the establishment of a new national aviation services precinct that will provide training facilities, maintenance, repair and overhaul services.

The Federal Government has released the long-awaited final Murray-Darling Basin Plan, with Federal Water Minister, Tony Burke, committing to 3200 gigalitres of environmental flow.

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