Sunday 23rd Jul, 2017
Intermodal double-stacked containers. Photo: RailGallery.com.au

New recruits to deliver Inland Rail

The Australian Rail Track Corporation has appointed a new general manager of finance for Inland Rail, and is currently looking…
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Photo: RailGallery.com.au

Aurizon commences AGL Macquarie contract

Aurizon coal boss Ed McKeiver has welcomed the commencement of a new coal haulage deal with AGL Macquarie, saying the…
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Aurizon coal train. Photo: Aurizon

23 not-for-profit groups receive Aurizon Giving Fund grants

23 communities and charities across Australia have been the latest recipients of Aurizon’s Community Giving Fund, the company recently announced….
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Main North Line on South Island of New Zealand. Photo: Creative Commons / Matthew25187

Main North Line repairs closer to completion

Reconstruction works on the earthquake damaged Picton to Christchurch line are getting nearer to completion, with only 10 kilometres of…
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Graphic: Ruakura

Joint venture partnership established to develop Ruakura inland port

A joint venture partnership has been established to develop and operate the inland port (otherwise known as an intermodal terminal)…
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Grain. Photo: Shutterstock

Yamala funding welcomed, but industry wants more rail action

Rural producer representative AgForce has welcomed government support to develop an inland port at Yamala, east of Emerald in Central…
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Photo: Oliver Probert

Albo: Turnbull must back Gawler Electrification

Shadow infrastructure minister Anthony Albanese has called on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to “match his rhetorical support for public transport”…
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Aurizon coal train. Photo: Aurizon

Recent near misses worry Aurizon

Aurizon has urged communities to stop taking risks at rail crossings, after a series of near-misses across its national operations….
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