Transport
Queensland Government goes with PPP scam for Cross River Rail

The Queensland Government's decision to fund it's Cross River Rail project via a private public ...  
Melbourne's air warfare convention: 'The ultimate family adventure'?

This week, Geelong hosts a defence industry focused jaw jaw about war war.  
MYEFO and playing favourites with infrastructure

The states do not benefit equally from Federal GST infrastructure funding, which is allocated ...  
Trade deals: A case study in why they're bad — like the Korea-Australia FTA

The TWU joins the Korean transport union protests this weekend as part of wider unrest at the ...  
The pipe dream of a national infrastructure pipeline

While politicians and bureaucrats pay lip service to the aspiration for a national, long-term and ...  
Axing the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal: Turnbull's lie

The abolition of the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal had nothing to do with safety and every ...  
Turnbull's truckies robbed by U.S. multinational

Paid just $8 per hour, "Turnbull's truckies" working for U.S. conglomerate, Staples, were sac ...  
Blood on their hands: Old media helps IPA dupe crossbenchers into axing RSRT

The successful big business-led scam that let to the abolition of the road safety tribunal has ...  
The ICA and ODA: The IPA's sham anti-truckie astroturfing operation

As the MSM excitedly reports on truckie “owner drivers” rallying in Canberra for lower rates ...  
Truck off! Scrapping Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal endangers us all

The Turnbull Government’s hasty moves to scrap the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal puts truck ...  
Melbourne’s storm in a port is derailing freight

The deferment of a rail project entangled with the Victorian Government’s vexed plans to priv ...  
COAG: How road tax reform can get freight back on track

As Australia’s first ministers consider far-reaching reforms to our Federation, one little-known ...  
The East West Stink

Contracts signed weeks before an election causing a $339 million payout to consortiums who have ...  
Stepping on the gas: addressing Australia’s energy security

Using our abundant reserves of natural gas for transport fuels offers a strategy for reducing our ...  
Fuel security crisis: Australia’s perilous dependence on imported fuel

Australia may one day get a rude shock when the tap controlling the flow of oil to these shores is ...  
Off the rails: How Australia is at odds with global infrastructure plans

Ambitious projects and global plans are under way, but rail freight deserves a higher priority by ...  
Keeping the Doctor Away (Part 2)

Dr Helen Tsigounis is an experienced medical doctor unable to work in Australia. Managing editor ...  

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