A ‘BRUSH UP’ FOR TEMPLIN SCHOOLHOUSE

The old Templin Schoolhouse will soon receive a fresh lick of paint, thanks to the hard work of volunteers and additional funding from the Federal Government's Stronger Communities Programme. Federal Member for Wright, Scott Buchholz recently visited the Templin Museum, to give the good news just before Christmas. “We’re going to partner with the team…

$600K FOR LAIDLEY ROADS

Two local roads in Laidley have received a boost thanks to funding under the Liberal National Government’s Roads to Recovery Program. Federal Member for Wright, Scott Buchholz said the Australian Government’s Road to Recovery Program would assist the Lockyer Valley Regional Council to reconstruct pavement, seal, kerb and channel Edward Street and Head Street in…

PEDESTRIAN SAFETY FOCUS OF MAWSON DRIVE INVESTMENT

The safety of commuters and pedestrians at a road “black spot” in the Australian Capital Territory has been prioritised with funding from the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack said today’s announcement of $768,400 delivered under the Black Spot Program’s 2019-20 funding round…

DROUGHT COMMUNITIES PROGRAMME

Federal Member for Wright Scott Buchholz has confirmed he is putting the case for the Scenic Rim to be recognised under the Drought Communities Programme. “I’ve been in regular contact with Minister Littleproud, putting the case for why the Scenic Rim needs to be included in future rounds.   “I wrote to the Minister again in…

Central Highlands Mayor puts local roads and infrastructure front and centre to Federal Government

The Federal Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport Scott Buchholz has met with Central Highlands Mayor Kerry Hayes to discuss what local infrastructure projects can be fast-tracked. The Assistant Minister travelled to Emerald to meet with Cr Hayes following the Federal Government’s recent announcement on plans to bring forward infrastructure spending to boost…