Wednesday 24th May, 2017
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Aurizon slams “reckless” rail protest

A pair of environmental protesters who allegedly broke into the rail corridor in Brisbane on Tuesday morning to chain themselves…
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Trad lashes out over Cross River Rail snub

Queensland’s deputy premier and transport minister Jackie Trad has accused Infrastructure Australia and the Turnbull government of playing “political games”…
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Adani stalls as Labor bickers

Indian energy giant Adani has postponed its final investment decision on the massive Carmichael coal mine and rail development, with…
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Victoria defends poor crossing removal BCR

The Victorian Government has defended the 0.78 benefit cost ratio scored by its level crossing removal program, saying the plan…
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Hearing renews Victoria’s Budget gripes

Victorian treasurer Tim Pallas has again lashed out at the Turnbull Government after a Senate Budget estimates hearing confirmed the…
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$100,000 for SA rail art

A $103,000 South Australian Government program will fund 58 community art projects around the rail network. A glow-in-the-dark mural at…
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New PN boss sets up old mining rivalry

Former BHP Billiton coal boss Dean Dalla Valle will replace David Irwin as chief executive officer of Pacific National, the…
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Sydney Light Rail builders find WW2 shelter

Construction crews building the new CBD and South East Light Rail project in Sydney have uncovered a World War Two…
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Rio exports five billionth tonne

Mining giant Rio Tinto has celebrated exporting the five billionth tonne of iron ore from its Pilbara mine, rail and…
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