Sunday 23rd Jul, 2017
Steel rails leaving Arrium facility at Whyalla. Photo: Arrium

Steel firm Arrium saved by British buyout

South Australian steelmaker Arrium will be sold to a British company, in a piece of good news for the embattled…
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Two junior terminals win wheat code exemptions

Australia’s competition watchdog plans to grant bulk wheat port code exemptions to Riordan Grain Services at the Port of Geelong…
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Minerals Council pushes for HELE investment

A new 1,000MW high-efficiency, low emissions coal-fired power plant would cost just $2.2 billion in government funding, and would produce…
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ARTC, ACCC reach middle ground on Hunter rates

The competition watchdog has consented to the ARTC’s updated Hunter Valley Access Undertaking figures, after it rejected the network operator’s…
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Rail line at Port Botany. Photo: Sydney Ports Corporation / Brendan Read

Port Botany Line freight upgrades halfway complete

Stage 3 of the Port Botany Rail Line upgrade has just passed its halfway point, with the federal government announcing…
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Aurizon enlists Knights for school rail safety program

Leading freight rail operator Aurizon has partnered with the Newcastle Knights football team to last week launch a new interactive…
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Queensland spruiks contract opportunities for Adani project

Local businesses in Mackay will next month be offered advice on how to secure contracts from projects in the region,…
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Rio shareholders vote for Yancoal Hunter takeover

Rio Tinto shareholders have approved a takeover of the mining giant’s Hunter Valley coal business to Chinese-backed miner Yancoal, after…
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