Monday 28th May, 2018
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Pressure on CBH to block Asciano deal

CBH is reportedly preparing a secondary submission to the competition authority to block the proposed takeover of Asciano by Bermuda-based…
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Bruce Rock Engineering's mega road train is 60m in length. Photo: Bruce Rock Engineering

WA manufacturer testing mega road trains

The boss of a WA road transport manufacturer believes his investment into the testing of road-legal, 60m long super-quad road…
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Pacific National is a subsidiary of Asciano. Photo: Asciano

Investors want answers after ACCC delays Asciano deal

Key shareholders want Asciano to provide an alternative plan in case Brookfield’s proposed takeover is blocked by the government’s competition…
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Train on its way to WICET. 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…
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Bundaberg, Queensland. Photo: Hema Maps / Jim Wilson

Queensland contemplates a Port of Bundaberg expansion

Queensland is looking at increasing the Port of Bundaberg’s commodity base to include minerals, and boosting throughput from an average…
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Awards night is not to be missed. Photo: Greg Dickins

Finalists announced for Australian Bulk Handling Awards 2015

The esteemed finalists for the 2015 Australian Bulk Handling Awards – the Bulkies – have been announced. Hosted by the…
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Pacific National container at Chullora. Photo: Cameron Boggs

ACCC to announce Asciano decision Thursday

Australia’s competition watchdog is due to announce its decision on the controversial takeover proposal of Asciano by Brookfield on Thursday,…
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Iron ore vessel at East Arm Wharf. Photo: Port of Darwin

Darwin Port sold for $506m

The Port of Darwin has been sold on a 99-year lease for just over half a billion dollars, according to…
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