Opinion: We need to build 21st century infrastructure

By Robbie Sefton
July 12 2020 - 4:00am
Infrastructure is defined as the basic physical and organisational structures and facilities needed for the operation of a society or enterprise.

Most of us of a certain age will have known or heard of someone born when wool and grain was carried from farm to railhead, or to port, on bullock drays. We've probably all seen vintage photos in country pubs proudly displaying magnificent teams of bullocks heaving burgeoning wool bales on a well-worn dray through boggy black soils on a nearby dirt road.