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- Rio to save on Pilbara diesel — by Oliver Probert — last modified Dec 17, 2014 03:36 PM
- Andrew Harding, iron ore chief executive of Anglo-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto, has told a seminar in London that the company could save big time in coming months thanks to the continued decline in the price of oil.
- Leighton sells John Holland to China — by Oliver Probert — last modified Dec 17, 2014 03:36 PM
- Hong Kong-listed China Communications Construction will buy engineering, contracting and services provider John Holland from Leighton Holdings.
- Canberra light rail costs 18,000 Audi A3s — by Rail Express — last modified Dec 17, 2014 03:36 PM
- ACT’s shadow minister for Transport Alistair Coe has criticised the amount the territory’s government is planning to spend on the city’s new light rail network, by using quite a unique comparison.
- Rail move key to Burnie Ports $12m upgrade — by Cameron Boggs — last modified Dec 17, 2014 03:36 PM
- TasPorts is set to begin its $12m optimisation project at Burnie Port, which will better integrate freight transport services, and allow Toll Group to increase its throughput at the site, according to TasPorts chief Paul Weedon.
- Sometimes the numbers just don’t add up — by Mark Carter — last modified Dec 17, 2014 01:29 AM
- OPINION: Going back some years now at an AusRAIL conference a plea was made by a key figure in the transport bureaucracy for improved data collection within the rail industry to help make a stronger case to community and government for a better allocation of transport funding.
- Newcastle rail drama as council switches sides — by Oliver Probert — last modified Dec 17, 2014 03:36 PM
- The NSW Government is sticking by its guns and will close the heavy rail line between Wickham and Newcastle on Boxing Day, despite the local council changing its mind on the issue, and an expected recommendation from Federal Parliament to delay the truncation.
- Victorian Transport Association provisional CEO made permanent — by Cameron Boggs — last modified Dec 17, 2014 03:36 PM
- Victorian Transport Association (VTA) interim CEO Peter Anderson has been chosen by the board to take on the role permanently.