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Infrastructure receives $75 billion boostBY KARREN VERGARA | TUESDAY, 9 MAY 2017 6:49PM
The Federal Government is looking to the private sector to help deliver "more innovative ways" to boost infrastructure funding.Read more: Federal Government, Work, Australian Capital Territory, Brisbane Inland Rail, Bruce, Caloundra, David Whiteley, Deception Bay, Federal Budget, Fiona Stanley Hospital, Geelong Rail Line, Industry Super Australia, Melbourne CBD, METRONET, Murray Basin Rail, National Rail Program, New South Wales, North East Rail Line, Northern Territory, Pine River, Queensland, Regional Growth Fund, Treasurer Scott Morrison, Tullamarine Airport, Victoria, WestConnex, Western Australia, Western Sydney Airport, Whitely, WSA Co
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