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The first sod turns for the Moorebank Logistics Park, one of Australia’s most important freight infrastructure projects to address urban congestion and improve national freight connectivity.  

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Supply Chain Solutions Provider, CHEP, will be painting some of its iconic blue pallets pink to raise awareness for breast and gynaecological cancers.

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Friday, 09 September 2016 12:06

Railway keeps furnaces firing at Whyalla

The first train carrying steel rail for a major upgrade to South Australia's rail network departed Arrium's steelworks in Whyalla, starting a contract to supply tens of thousands of tonnes of rail over the next three years from 2016.

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The first motorists will begin travelling along the upgraded 22 kilometre section of the Pacific Highway between Nambucca Heads to Urunga with the $780 million project opening to traffic.

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In a Queensland-first apprentices, trainees and students studying a trade now have access to rail-based training under a new partnership between Queensland Rail and TAFE Queensland Skills Tech.

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The Australian Livestock and Rural Transporters Association (ALRTA) has warmly welcomed the announcement by the Federal Minister for Employment, Senator the Hon Michaela Cash, that the Coalition Government will introduce legislation in the week commencing 18 April 2016 to prevent mandatory minimum rates for owner drivers taking effect before 1 January 2017.

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Townsville business Bluewater Process Engineering has been awarded the $1.9 million contract to retrofit the supporting pylons of Berth 8/9 at the Port of Townsville.

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The Queensland Government has announced a $25 million investment to improve the reliability of the Mount Isa line.

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