List of News and Media Articles
- 28 August 2020
North West New South Wales residents are encouraged to have their say on the North Star to Border (NS2B) leg of Inland Rail, through the release of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) by the NSW Government.
- 26 August 2020
Construction is full steam ahead on Inland Rail with Minister for Regional Health, Regional Communications and Local Government and Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton thrilled the last load of concrete sleepers and rail had been delivered for the Narrabri to North Star (N2NS) section.
- 17 August 2020
The second round of Expression of Interest for the $44 million Inland Rail Interface Improvement Program has opened.
- 07 August 2020
Seven community groups in the Riverina and Central West have received vital grants of between $1,000 and $4,000 in round five of the Inland Rail Community Sponsorships and Donations program.
- 05 August 2020
Gilgandra Country Women’s Association (CWA) Evening Branch, Western Student Connections and the Narromine Lions Club are among the community groups across the Inland Rail alignment to receive vital grants of up to $4,000 through the Inland Rail Community Sponsorships and Donations program.
- 29 July 2020
Inland Rail has a new home in Toowoomba today following the official opening of the Australian Rail Track Corporation’s (ARTC) Inland Rail project office on Margaret Street.
- 27 July 2020
A new study from EY suggests southern New South Wales could see a boost of up to $3.8 billion to Gross Regional Product from Inland Rail over the coming decades.
- 27 July 2020
A new study has identified investment opportunities in Victoria’s agricultural, manufacturing, freight and logistic sectors arising from the operation of the Inland Rail.
- 30 June 2020
The Australian and Queensland governments have finalised the establishment of the independent panel to assess the flood modelling developed for Inland Rail in Queensland. The panel of five experts have been appointed by the Australian and Queensland Governments to provide the highest level of assurance for the design of Inland Rail.
- 02 June 2020
Josh Irvine and Megan Seis, of Narromine and Dunedoo respectively, are off to Charles Sturt University as two of four students to be awarded scholarships worth up to $20,000 under the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) Inland Rail Skills Academy program.