Sunday 23rd Jul, 2017
Iron ore train - credit BHP Billiton

Solid results for BHP as Elliott steps up shake-up talks

BHP Billiton has reached its full-year guidance for iron ore production over the last financial year, with the mining giant’s…
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Adelaide Metro Wi-Fi contract open for interest

South Australia is calling for expressions of interest to operate a free Wi-Fi network on Adelaide’s public transport network. State…
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EIS released for Parkes-Narromine section of Inland Rail

The first Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Inland Rail project has been released, giving members of the public a…
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GST makes royalties pointless, Minerals Council says

The Minerals Council of Australia has suggested Western Australia would be better off not charging royalties to iron ore miners,…
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Steel rails leaving Arrium facility at Whyalla. Photo: Arrium

‘Sky is the limit’ after Arrium sale

British businessman Sanjeev Gupta has reportedly said Arrium’s Whyalla steelworks could expand capacity 10-fold, after his company, GFG Alliance, was…
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Melbourne Metro rail tunnel. Graphic: Victorian Government

Metro Tunnel signalling contract signed

Just days after announcing the winner of the major construction contract for the Melbourne Metro Tunnel project, the Victorian Government…
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Hills M2 toll road (owned by Transurban) Photo: Creative Commons / Sardaka

Northern Beaches toll road cost blowout

The planned underground tunnels that will link Rozelle with the Northern Beaches are to cost $14 billion, documents leaked to…
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View of the harbour from the AMP Tower, Vivid Sydney 2014. Photo: Vivid Sydney / James Horan

Logistics Council welcomes Greater Sydney freight plans

The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has welcomed a new publication from the Greater Sydney Commission emphasising the importance of planning…
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Sydney Trains gains asset management ISO certification

Sydney Trains says it is the first public sector organisation in Australia to gain international accreditation for its asset management…
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