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We are pleased to be able to bring forward this scheme, which represents an important milestone in the delivery of the strategy.
In the State Budget a further $60 million was made available for any of Tasmanias 29 councils to apply to bring forward infrastructure projects, from road repairs to upgrading sports and community facilities.
Foreign Secretary William Hague told the conference it would be difficult to bring forward a referendum on Europe because there was not a majority in Parliament in favour of the move.
He is calling upon Flintshire Council to bring forward plans for a Deeside bypass to end the problems in Shotton.
Council properties in South Tyneside will soon benefit from work as part of the Decent Homes scheme much sooner than originally planned, thanks to a successful bid to bring forward Government funding.
Allowing regional development agencies to bring forward pounds 100m from future years to support priority projects.
But Kia Motor UK's spokesman, Paul Carter, admitted that losing the selection of Rios, Sorentos, Carens, Sedonas and 400 of the recently launched Picanto would mean having to bring forward supplies for the September registration peak.
THE Government will bring forward its proposals on hunting ``within weeks'', Rural Affairs Minister Alun Michael said yesterday.
Given the number of homosexuals in the ranks of New Labour, there will be no shortage of volunteers to bring forward new legislation.
The ACT Government will bring forward a strong and focused legislative program in 2016 to help deliver our plan for Canberra.