List of News and Media Articles
- 27 November 2020
Progress on the Australian Government Inland Rail project continues, with the second section of the 1,700 kilometre Melbourne to Brisbane freight line between Narrabri and North Star (N2NS) now under construction.
- 26 November 2020
Inland Rail will deliver enduring water benefits in Gilgandra with an agreement signed today that will see the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) fund four additional bores across the Shire.
- 13 November 2020
Inland Rail is backing our communities, with the Australian Rail Track Corporation donating more than $20,000 to six Riverina community groups in the sixth round of their Community Sponsorships and Donations program.
- 09 November 2020
The communities of North West NSW are another step closer to realising the transformational benefits of Inland Rail and hundreds of local jobs with joint-venture Trans4m Rail announced as the constructor for 171km of upgraded rail track between Narrabri and North Star.
- 16 October 2020
The Australian Government is set to break ground on the next section of the Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail following approval of the Narrabri to North Star Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
- 29 September 2020
Transcript of interview on 2GB Radio between the Minister for Regional Health, Regional Communications and Local Government Mark Coulton and host Jim Wilson.
- 24 September 2020
A new, streamlined procurement process for Inland Rail will see more businesses benefit during the construction of the Australian Government’s multibillion dollar fast, reliable and cost-competitive freight rail line connecting Melbourne and Brisbane.
- 15 September 2020
History was made at Peak Hill today when the final golden clip was hammered into place to signify the completion of the first section of Inland Rail.
- 15 September 2020
Transcript from the event at Peak Hill to mark the completion of construction on the Parkes to Narromine Inland Rail project.
- 11 September 2020
Just one week remains for businesses, governments, industry and communities to propose ideas that improve local connections with Inland Rail under the Australian Government’s $44 million Inland Rail Interface Improvement Program (II Program).