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TWO people have died and six have been injured after the four-wheel drive they were in rolled in NSW's south-west. Police have been told the Toyota Prado, which was carrying seven passengers, veered off the road and rolled a number of times at
Staff trialling a tourist desk at Southern Cross Station spent much of their time answering tourists' myki inquiries. Flocks of tourists with questions about their myki cards have put the brakes on a proposed $800,000 visitor information centre at
One person died in the crash on the Hume Highway, near Narellan Road. Photo: Jeff de Pasquale The truck driver killed in a collision with five cars on the Hume Highway on Tuesday has been identified as a 58-year-old male from Liverpool. The truck was
An 18-month-old girl is fighting for life after the ute she was in crashed in north-east Victoria. Police said the ute was travelling south on the Hume Highway in Euroa when it veered down an embankment and crashed into a tree about 1am on Tuesday.
Passengers between Albion and North Melbourne stations will be shunted onto express and regular service buses while major Regional Rail Link works are carried out, including the removal of the Anderson Road level crossing. Metro will make use of the
Graham Tidy High-speed rail is a step closer, with Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss committing the Coalition to preserving a land corridor for the train to run between Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane. Mr Truss will write to the three
James Alcock The state's information watchdog has hit out at Transport for NSW for excessive secrecy over the $8.3 billion north-west rail link. Transport for NSW has refused to release analysis it commissioned into the impact of terminating the
V/Line train services to and from Albury are being replaced by buses after a derailment in West Footscray. A Pacific National freight train derailed on Friday morning about 10.30am, according to a V/Line spokeswoman, forcing the cancellation of all
Albanese to introduce bill to get high-speed rail back on agenda Updated November 28, 2013 15:56:16 The Federal Opposition will introduce legislation to Parliament to start preserving land for a high-speed rail line from Brisbane to Melbourne. Labor
B-double truck and a car on the Sturt Highway, which has been closed.