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The NSW Opposition has called for a public audit of the salaries paid to the state's senior rail bureaucrats after documents revealed more than 40 are receiving in excess of $150,000 a year.
In a move that seems certain to add fuel to the growing concern over the performance of the rail network, the Liberals signalled they intend to make remuneration a major issue.
Coming in the week in which the Government redefined "late" for trains, and just before savage cuts to weekend services, the revelation that rail network bosses are among the state's highest bureaucratic earners is expected to reignite debate.
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