List of News and Media Articles
- 03 December 2021
The Liberal and Nationals Government’s delivery of Inland Rail is continuing to generate opportunities for local businesses, create new jobs and boost the economic fortunes of regional Australia.
- 01 November 2021
Farmers and producers in North West New South Wales will be able to take full advantage of the current strong agricultural export prices with a key section of the enhanced Inland Rail freight line open ahead of grain harvest season.
- 01 November 2021
Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce speaking at a press conference on Inland Rail at Moree.
- 13 October 2021
Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce interview with Steve Austin.
- 20 September 2021
More towns and communities in New South Wales will soon be reaping the benefits of Inland Rail, as the project continues to breathe new life into regional economies.
The Australian Rail Track Corporation has progressed agreements with Laing O’Rourke (Freight Connect) and Acciona CPB Joint Venture (ACACPB JV) for the detailed designs and civil works construction planning for critical sections of Inland Rail in New South Wales.
- 06 September 2021
Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce interview with Paul Culliver.
- 03 September 2021
Connecting Inland Rail to Gladstone is a step closer to reality, with the Liberal and Nationals Government committing to undertake a business case into extending the line from Toowoomba to the Port of Gladstone.
- 07 July 2021
Humes Tamworth is to manufacture concrete culverts for the Narrabri to North Star section of Inland Rail following the signing of a $67 million contract.
- 31 May 2021
A $12.2 million upgrade of a rail siding at the Ettamogah Rail Hub near Albury is now complete, providing significantly increased efficiency for freight and passenger rail services and capacity to meet growing transport demands.
- 28 May 2021
Shifting to Inland Rail could save Australian producers, manufacturers and growers approximately $170 million in transport costs each year according to early results of a CSIRO supply chain analysis.