Friday 20th Apr, 2018
Rail track. Photo: RailGallery.com.au

New regional freight strategy to be developed for WA

The McGowan government has started its development of a new freight strategy, with a focus on creating an up-to-date multi-modal…
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Coal ships loading at Newcastle. Photo: Southern Cross Maritime

Glencore wins case over Newcastle port regulation

Mining giant Glencore has successfully had the ACCC installed to regulate port fees at Newcastle, after the port’s private operator…
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25-page conveyor feature headlines March-April digital edition

A new in-roller weighing system, a container rotating system for a Canadian stevedore and a climbing robot are all highlights…
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Rail track. Photo: RailGallery.com.au

Beerburrum-Nambour upgrade added to IA project list

Infrastructure Australia has approved the $722 million upgrade of a 39-kilometre section of Queensland’s north-south rail corridor, clearing the way…
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MUA banners. Photo: Jim Wilson

Coalition working Senate to block MUA-CFMEU merger

The controversial merger of two of Australia’s largest and most militant workers’ unions is under threat, after Senate crossbenchers confirmed…
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Wafi-Golpu joint venture site. Photo: Wafi-Golpu Joint Venture

Newcrest opts for ocean-dumping for PNG tailings solution

Tailings from Newcrest Mining’s proposed copper-gold mine in Papua New Guinea will be deposited into the ocean, under updated plans…
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Coal wagons Aurizon. Photo: Aurizon

Harding calls for “proven” competition boss

Aurizon boss Andrew Harding has reportedly stepped up his criticism of the Queensland Competition Authority, saying its next chairman will…
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Etnyre Falcon live bottom trailer.

Live bottom trailer available in west

Etnyre Falcon live bottom trailers are now available to WA, SA and NT bulk handling and agriculture industries. WA-based road…
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