Thursday 28th May, 2020
Aurizon coal wagons. Photo: Aurizon

Coal, iron ore volumes down for Aurizon

Aurizon has recorded a 3% drop in coal volumes through the first three months of FY2016, with Queensland volumes dipping…
Read More

Michael Kilgariff, managing director, Australian Logistics Council. Photo: Oliver Probert

Baird’s council busting good for freight: ALC

The Australian Logistics Council says New South Wales Premier Mike Baird’s controversial plan to merge scores of councils following a…
Read More

Grain siloes at The Rock, New South Wales. Photo: Creative Commons / Golden Wattle

Riverina grain line upgrade begins

NSW ministers Duncan Gay and Niall Blair have announced the start of a $9 million upgrade to the grain rail…
Read More

Rail line at Port Botany. Photo: Sydney Ports Corporation / Brendan Read

Botany Rail Line upgrade contract awarded

An Austrian-based business has taken out the first construction contract for Stage 3 of the $75 million Port Botany Rail…
Read More

Pacific National container. Photo: Cameron Boggs

St. Mary’s to help rail/road balance

Ports and rail group Asciano says a new intermodal terminal at St Marys in Sydney’s west will support its plan…
Read More

MUA banners. Photo: Jim Wilson

Marriage talks between CFMEU, MUA

Labour of love or a marriage of convenience? Two of Australia’s most blue-collar unions are considering walking down the aisle….
Read More

Coal train. Photo: ARTC

ACCC leaves investors wanting more from Asciano

Investors want Asciano to provide an alternative plan in case Brookfield’s proposed takeover is blocked by the government’s competition watchdog….
Read More

Greg Hunt approves Adani mine. Photo: HVCCC / Greg Hunt

Hunt re-approves Adani mine and rail project

Green groups have condemned environment minister Greg Hunt’s renewed approval of the Carmichael coal mine and rail project for Queensland’s…
Read More