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THE State Government is “all talk and no action” over a plan to develop a new rail access into Townsville’s port, according to LNP infrastructure spokeswoman Deb Frecklington.
Ms Frecklington’s comments come after the Townsville Bulletin revealed the Government will not progress a business case on the project until the Federal Government contributes funding to the study.
That is despite Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull pledging $150 million towards the entire project during the federal election campaign. A total cost of the project is unclear but the state says it could be as much as $700 million.
This article first appeared on www.townsvillebulletin.com.au
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