2020 has been a year of continual change for businesses and, in response, the Federal and state governments – to varying degrees – have introduced temporary measures to allow the electronic signing and witnessing of documents.
As we head into 2021, we are pleased to see that the various governments have allowed these measures to continue into 2021, with the Federal government considering extending the ability for companies to electronically execute their documents permanently.
Queensland commuters, freight drivers and tourists alike will benefit from the multi-billion-dollar transport spend unveiled in the state budget.
Southeast Queensland will be the big winner, with huge investments set to be delivered along the rail corridor, on the M1 between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, local rail lines on the Gold and Sunshine coasts, and upgrades along the Bruce Highway growth corridor.
The rest of the state hasn’t been forgotten, with a multi-billion-dollar Bruce Highway capital program to benefit towns between Cairns and Brisbane and rail investments for the regional network.
As promised in the election campaign, Queenslanders will be on-board 20 new trains by 2025, all bearing a stamp not seen in more than a decade – Made in Queensland – with construction set to begin at Maryborough.
In total, the government will spend $6.3 billion in “transformative transport infrastructure”, which includes $1.5 billion to continue construction work on the Cross River Rail.
At QICG we are partnering up with Queensland Non-For-Profit Charity Group – In Young & Disabilities Children Education & Green Environmental Care here in QLD –
Our company has been contribute to the charity groups continuously every year and also support local charity events, we believe while helping our investors to grow their investment return, it is also important for us to help those are in need, and also the environment that we are lived in.
Open homes across Brisbane are filling out each weekend as young people flock to the property market in the largest numbers since the GFC.
While the nation slugs through the deepest recession in a century Reserve Bank Governor Robert Lowe says now is the time to get on first rung of property ladder because “interest rates are low, they’re going to stay low”.
After four months of next to no flying activity, what is traditionally Australia’s busiest air route, Melbourne-Sydney, will roar back into life in the “start of the restart” for the aviation industry.
The reopening of the NSW border to Victoria will see a welcome 42 flights a day between Melbourne and Sydney, up from just four.