Future Drought Fund hands out $1.4 million in round one with more to follow

Regional communities are expected to share in more than $1.4 million to help them better prepare for drought under the Future Drought Fund’s Networks to Build Drought Resilience program. There are 33 grants paid out in round one, ranging from $10,000 to $139,000 to support community projects to build local drought resilience. For details of […]

Caterpillar® D3 Series compact loader range transforms to just about anything

Caterpillar® compact track loaders just keep on giving for their owners, reinforcing how these models are the most versatile performers ever released in a compact package It’s the introduction of the Smart attachments that has propelled the Caterpillar® D3 Series compact loader range into the hot property to own category. The model range is impressive […]

Mardie Salt & Potash Project has now chalked up $490 million in loan support

Increased funding now takes to support for the expansion of BCI Minerals’ Mardie Salt & Potash Project in Western Australia to $490 million with an Australian Government, Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) loan. It is an increase of $40 million on the original loan approved last year. The project will be the first new major […]

Melbourne Cup defender among 13 international runners subjected to a double quarantine

Horses arriving from overseas for the 2021 Spring Carnival racesunderwent 14 days’ pre-export quarantine overseas and also must complete 14 days’ post-arrival quarantine at government approved facilities. Last year’s Melbourne Cup winner Twilight Payment is among 13 international runners to complete a minimum of 14 days’ mandatory post-arrival quarantine before embarking on their spring carnival […]