Tuesday 13th Nov, 2018
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Wharfies push for constitutionally enshrined voice

A wharfie in the NT is making the case for indigenous constitutional recognition

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South Australia looking to grow exports

The new government wants to boost exports in order to revitalise its economy

Members of the winning team celebrate their victory. David Sexton

Mission money raised through trivia

The Melbourne marine community came together for a good cause

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In defence of big trucks

Are big trucks bad? “Rubbish” says SA Road Transport Association’s Steve Shearer

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Shipping “bloodbath” necessitates channel widening

Flinders Ports CEO, Stewart Lammin, discussed the channel widening program and how it is required to cater for larger ships

L to R: College of Sciences and Engineering Executive Dean, Professor Brian Yates, University of Tasmania vice-chancellor Professor Rufus Black and TAFE NSW chief operating officer Glen Babington sign the MoU. AMC

Agreement between AMC and TAFE NSW partner on shipbuilding

As Australia looks to boost its naval shipbuilding program, educational institutions are looking to play their part

VTA chief executive, Peter Anderson. DCN

ACCC report highlights needs for Melbourne landside improvements, says VTA

A report from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has prompted further debate about infrastructure fees

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Freight project economically unviable, says SA Freight Council

The idea of a mighty freight hub at Murray Bridge in South Australia has its supporters. Evan Knapp from the SAFC is not one of them.

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Live export ban could be “horrific” warns former SA Premier

The trade in live animals came up for discussion at the Joint SAFC/ICHCA Conference