Posted in ACT on 2019-04-01 13:17:30
Posted in New South Wales Rail News on 2018-11-13 21:17:39
Posted in New South Wales Rail News on 2015-01-12 18:20:47
DEPUTY Mayor Bob Kirk is furious the region has missed out on funding for a rail trail project.
The joint Goulburn Mulwaree and Upper Lachlan Shire plan won plaudits when a funding submission was handed to government in November.
But high hopes of success were dashed last week. State regional tourism minister John Barilaro announced $50 million for two rail trail pilot projects - the disused Casino to Murwillumbah in the Northern Rivers and the Rosewood to Tumbarumba rail corridors.
Posted in Press Releases on 2014-04-01 12:55:21
NBN Chairman Ziggy Switkowski during a media announcement covering new NBN services today.
"I am pleased to announce today that NBNCo will be adopting a new technology to deploy ultra high
speed broadband even cheaper and even faster to all Australians. Because this technology is
wireless based, we have immediately suspended work on all legacy fibre and copper cable networks."
Posted in Cityrail News on 2013-05-17 09:09:56
Sydney's biggest train timetable change in almost a decade will include an extra 700 services a week - but some commuters will miss out when trains skip certain stations.
Posted in New South Wales Rail News on 2013-05-15 12:51:56
RAIL officials apparently told passengers on the 6.43am CountryLink Canberra to Sydney service on Friday that “technical problems” were responsible for it failing to make Goulburn.
Posted in Gunzelling Reports on 2013-04-14 11:03:44
The ''ghost train'' campaign technique is a common one, on both sides of politics.
Step one is to announce in-principle support for a rail project. Then comes the commissioning of a scoping study (another press release), the results of which can then be published (another press release), followed by a further press release calling for community consultation, and so on.
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