Sunday 4th Oct, 2015
Coal Train Photo Hunter Valley Coal Chain Coordinator

Hunter Valley to shut down for maintenance

The Australian Rail Track Corporation will close the Hunter Valley coal rail network for three days next week as part…
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Anthony Albanese, ASA

Albanese insists Briggs hasn’t stolen his thunder

With new cities minister Jamie Briggs seemingly saying all the right things, Opposition minister Anthony Albanese has reminded the public:…
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Wooden railway sleepers. Photo: Creative Commons / LooiNL

Wagga appoints preferred proponent for Riverina hub

The City of Wagga Wagga Council has announced the preferred proponent for stage two of the Riverina Intermodal Freight and…
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Hills M2 toll road (owned by Transurban) Photo: Creative Commons / Sardaka

Briggs defends ‘policy pivot’

Cities and built environment minister Jamie Briggs has defended the government’s policy shift on infrastructure funding, but has stopped short…
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St Albans station location. Graphic: Google

Work to begin on St Albans crossing removal

The consortium of Leighton Contractors, Aurecon and Hyder Consulting will begin works at the Main Road level crossing in St…
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Pacific National class 92 locomotives hauling a coal train over a rail bridge crossing the Hunter River at Singleton, NSW. Photo: Creative Commons / Bluedawe

Union boss wants ACCC to watch freight rail

The Rail Tram and Bus Union says it will approve of Brookfield’s takeover of Asciano if the Australian Competition and…
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Josh Frydenberg on the Bolt Report. Photo: Channel Ten

Mining minister Frydenberg: Coal here to stay

WATCH: New minister for resources, energy and Northern Australia Josh Frydenberg has assuaged concerns that the new Turnbull Government could…
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Cops nab public transport noon spitter

NSW Police have arrested a 55-year-old woman over five alleged offences across Sydney trains and buses in the last month….
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ARTC hiring women in Hunter. Photo: Youtube / ARTC

Strong response to ARTC’s women only Hunter recruitment

The Australian Rail Track Corporation has welcomed a strong response to its latest equality push, with more than 100 women…
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