Farmers want tougher oversight after six-year rail war

 
Topic moved from News by bevans on 13 Nov 2019 12:23
  bevans Site Admin

Location: Melbourne, Australia
It is quite incredible the largest co-operative for farming in the country has been locked in a dispute for access to rail for 1/3 of the business.

Speaks volumes about how infrastructure is not managed properly here.

Farmers want tougher oversight after six-year rail war

Sponsored advertisement

  emerald-a Locomotive Driver

What was the actual problem in the negotiations, because outside of the whinging the only thing mentioned is that the co-op wanted presumably uneconomic lines reopened.
  nswtrains Chief Commissioner

What was the actual problem in the negotiations, because outside of the whinging the only thing mentioned is that the co-op wanted presumably uneconomic lines reopened.
emerald-a
Whats new? The Agricultural Socialists are always after something free at the tax payers expense. The latest is drought assistance handouts.

Sponsored advertisement

Subscribers: aussievin

Display from: