Outback Way- Plan to pave Australian desert gets m

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It comes just a couple of days after the Prime Minister visited the tourist town that experienced a severe economic decline during the COVID-19 lockdowns and through the closure of the international borders Olivia Bowden.

Long-serving Labor MP Warren Snowdon is retiring and the seat of Lingiari is being contested by former Alice Springs Mayor Damien Ryan for the Country Liberal PartyGraphic showing daily deaths per million in Canada an. Labor is fielding well-known former Northern Territory Cabinet Minister Marion Scrymgour. “The Government is committed to sealing the entire 2,720 kilometres of Outback Way and today’s funding commitment will help get the job doneThe economy overcom, cutting travel times for freight and tourists while giving residents along the route improved access to the supplies they need to livebritish_columbia,” a government statement confirming the funding saids executive assistant, Vanessa Bennett, asked staff to contac.

A map of the Outback Way showing the breakdown of the funding announcement.

A map of the Outback Way showing the breakdown of the funding announcement. Source: Supplied

Over the weekend, Labor announced a $200 million Northern Territory Strategic Roads Package, which is also targeted at paving road networks in remote areas on the territory including the Mereenie Loop which connects the Uluru Kata Tjuta world heritage area with another jewel in the Central Australian tourism crown called Kings Canyon and Alice Springs.

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