Tuesday 25th Feb, 2020
Aurizon train on Queensland Rain Network. Photo: Aurizon

Aurizon delays EA terminations ahead of Federal appeal

Aurizon has agreed to wait until a Federal Court appeal, before it terminates expired enterprise agreements covering the majority of…
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V/Line train. Photo: Victorian Government

11 rail commitments in Victorian Budget

Victorian transport minister Jacinta Allan has described the state’s 2015/16 Budget as “the biggest investment in public transport in Victoria’s…
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(Left to Right) R U OK? chairman Mike Connaghan, ARA chief executive Bryan Nye, Sydney Trains chief executive Howard Collins, TrackSAFE chairman Bob Herbert, Minister for Health Sussan Ley, R U OK? ambassador Phil Waugh, NSW Trains chief executive Rob Mason. Photo: Oliver Probert

Rail’s R U OK? day “a great blueprint for other sectors”

Suicide prevention charity R U OK? has hailed rail’s first R U OK?Day in April as a success, with general…
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Melbourne tram. Photo State Government Victoria

Vic commits $2bn for rail, sets out Rolling Stock Strategy

Victoria’s Labor Government will on Tuesday announce a $2 billion plan to deliver 83 new trams and trains across the…
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VLocity carriage. Photo: Creative Commons / Marcus Wong

Andrews announces $257m for new regional carriages

Bombardier will deliver 21 new VLocity carriages to Victoria’s regional network under a $257 million commitment in the state Budget….
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Whyalla Derailment - Photo: ATSB

Maintenance shortcuts led to derailment: ATSB

  An inadequate rail joint likely led to a South Australian derailment last July, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau has…
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Bryan Nye photo Informa

National prosperity drives Nye’s passion for reform

Departing ARA chief executive Bryan Nye says the industry needs to continue working together to achieve future prosperity for Australia’s…
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(Left to Right) R U OK? chairman Mike Connaghan, ARA chief executive Bryan Nye, Sydney Trains chief executive Howard Collins, TrackSAFE chairman Bob Herbert, Minister for Health Sussan Ley, R U OK? ambassador Phil Waugh, NSW Trains chief executive Rob Mason. Photo: Oliver Probert

Rail boss calls for cultural shift for mental health

Sydney Trains chief executive Howard Collins says the Australian rail industry needs to undergo a cultural change if it is…
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