Monday 20th May, 2019
A GrainCorp shed at the Port of Portland. Photo: David Sexton

LTAP pulls GrainCorp takeover bid

GrainCorp suitor Long Term Asset Partners (LTAP) has pulled out of its $3.3 billion takeover attempt, citing difficulties during due…
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A best practice framework for rail trauma

Harm prevention charity TrackSAFE executive director Naomi Frauenfelder says work with national posttraumatic mental health centre Phoenix Australia has helped…
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Aurizon worker. Photo: RailGallery.com.au

Aurizon reaches CQCN access deal with miners

Operator Aurizon looks to have ended its long-running stoush with key mining customers over revenue on the Central Queensland Coal…
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New CEO for KiwiRail

New Zealand state-owned network and above rail operator KiwiRail has moved chairman Greg Miller to the role of CEO, after…
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ARA, ALC lay out election agendas

The Australasian Railway Association and Australian Logistics Council say major parties must address key transport and freight infrastructure challenges ahead…
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ALC urges no delays to Inland Rail despite promised inquiry

The Australian Logistics Council has urged Labor to ensure a planned inquiry into route selection and financing arrangements does not…
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Mt Isa line fully re-opened

Freight trains returned to the full length of the Mt Isa line on Monday, April 29, twelve weeks after the…
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Mt Isa repairs to cut journey time by 50 minutes

Ahead of the re-opening of the Mt Isa line to freight services on April 29, Queensland Rail has revealed a…
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