Australia's largest natural gas infrastructure business has announced two expansion projects in Victoria.
Loy Yang Power has announced five-year multi-million dollar contracts for its power station outages.
After months of speculation, the Eastern Golf Course has been sold to a developer, which is expected to announce a major redevelopment.
Suppliers and service providers will benefit from a proposed $31 million chocolate factory north of Melbourne following development approval.
Work on two wind farms in the Western District of Victoria with a total capex of $500m is expected to begin next month.
Planning approved has been granted for a $271 million proposed expansion of a power company's terminal station in Brunswick East.
Planning is underway for the construction of a tram route, which will cross the Yarra, linking Docklands to the planned Fisherman’s Bend redevelopment.
Plans have been approved for what will be Stonnington’s tallest building.
The Latrobe Valley is set to get a $1 billion carbon capture storage project, which proponents says will turn dirty brown coal into a greener energy source.
A US-based data solutions provider has announced plans to establish a new data centre in Melbourne's west.