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Vacc Calls For Year-round Assessment Of Vehicle Safety starstarstarstarstar   19th November 2009 - Views: 662 Vacc Calls For Year-round Assessment Of Vehicle Safety During the recent Safe Work Australia Week, employers and employees were encouraged to review their approach to ensuring safety within the workplace.

Morpeth Bridge 1 starstarstarstarstar   19th November 2009 - Views: 669 Morpeth Bridge 1 “One detour is available via Maitland using the Belmore Bridge over the Hunter River at Maitland, and then Dunmore Bridge over the Paterson River at Woodville,” the spokesperson said.

M5 Study Is Sound - But Delivery Is Critical starstarstarstarstar   18th November 2009 - Views: 668 "Today's plan for the M5 Corridor is a welcome step forward, but what is needed is transparency about how this and other projects will be financed and delivered," said IPA Executive Director, Brendan Lyon.

$40m For Jobs And Cycle Paths Is A Healthy Outcome For All starstarstarstarstar   18th November 2009 - Views: 874 $40m For Jobs And Cycle Paths Is A Healthy Outcome For All The Heart Foundation and Bicycle Queensland applaud the Member for Oxley Bernie Ripoll for his stance on the benefits that increasing participation in cycling will bring. Mr Ripoll put forward a motion in the Federal House of Representatives supporting the benefits of getting more Australians active on two wheels.

Resurfacing Work On The Oxley Highway Near Gingers Creek starstarstarstarstar   17th November 2009 - Views: 680 Resurfacing Work On The Oxley Highway Near Gingers Creek Motorists are advised there will be delays of up to 15 minutes while resurfacing work is carried out on the Oxley Highway near Gingers Creek, about 80 kilometres west of Wauchope.

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