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  • Media Release John A nderson Minister for Transport and Regional Services BUDGET BOOST FOR BRISBANE LIGHT RAIL ABudgetl8/99 l l ,hMav 1999 The proposal to install a light rail network to relieve traffic congestion in inner Brisbane received a $12 million boost in the 1999-2000 Federal Budget brought down tonight.
    Date: 11/05/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024357 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • M edia Release FUNDS ALLOCATED FOR ALICE SPRINGS-DARWIN RAILWAY ABudgetl7/99 11th May 1999 The 1999-2000 Federal Budget sets aside $30 million as the first instalment in a three-year $100 million Commonwealth pledge to support construction of the 1410 km Alice Springs-Darwin railway line. This funding has been allocated from the
    Date: 11/05/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024358 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • Media ReleaseMinister for Transport and Regional ServicesBLACK SPOT ROAD SAFETY A NATIONAL PRIORITY IN FEDERAL BUDGETABudgetl2/99 11th May 1999The Government has delivered on its commitment to extend the Federal Road Safety Black Spot program, the Minister for Transport and Regional Services, John Anderson, said today following the release of the
    Date: 11/05/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024359 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • Media Release John A nderson Minister for Transport and Regional Services BUDGET COMMITS FUNDS TO ABT RAILWAY PROJECT ABudgetl5/99 11th May 1999 The 1999-2000 Federal Budget has committed a further $8 million from the Centenary of Federation Fund towards the development of a world class tourist railway through the wilderness
    Date: 11/05/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024360 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • Media Release John A nderson Minister for Transport and Regional Services SUCCESS OF GOVERNMENT STEVEDORING REFORM REFLECTED IN INCREASED FUNDING REQUIREMENTS A64/99 11th May 1999 The success of the Government’s stevedoring reform - in particular the desire to access stevedoring redundancy funding - has placed unanticipated demands on the resources
    Date: 11/05/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024361 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • M a H |^ Ft@iA 51SF1 I 1 C? v ΜI c3l b % I % i* fi d d IS John A nderson Minister for Transport and Regional Services ROCKHAMPTON AIRPORT RUNWAY EXTENSION ABudgetl3/99 11th May 1999 The Howard-Fischer Government has kept its election promise to contribute $7 million
    Date: 11/05/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024362 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • Media Release John A nderson Minister for Transport and Regional Services BUDGET MAINTAINS COMMITMENT TO RAIL INVESTMENT ABudgetl6/99 11th May 1999 The 1999-2000 Budget maintains the momentum of the Federal Government’s $250 million rail investment program designed to improve the reliability of train services on the 7300 km interstate mainline
    Date: 11/05/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024363 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • Media Release Australia and Dubai will resume air services talks, now that the Government has considered the Productivity Commission’s report on international air services. The Minister for Transport and Regional Services, John Anderson, said: “The talks will take place on 7-8 July in Dubai.” “I have written today to the
    Date: 03/06/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024396 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • Media Release John A nderson Minister for Transport and Regional Services ANDERSON BANS FUEL DUMPING BY AIRCRAFT A80/99 3rd June 1999 The Howard-Fischer Government has imposed tough new regulations that ban aircraft from releasing fuel in flight, except with approval or in an emergency. The regulations come into effect tomorrow.
    Date: 03/06/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024397 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • JOINT STATEMENT THE TREASURER, THE HON. PETER COSTELLO AND MINISTER FOR TRANSPORT AND REGIONAL SERVICES, THE HON. JOHN ANDERSON INTERNATIONAL AIR SERVICES A79/99 3rd June 1999 The Howard-Fischer Government will liberalise air travel between Australia and the rest of the world, the Treasurer, Peter Costello, and the Minister for Transport
    Date: 03/06/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024398 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • Media Release DEMOCRATS WON MAJOR GAINS ON DIESEL POLLUTION Suggestions that the clamp down on diesel fuel emissions standards and fuel quality negotiated with the Australian Democrats as part of the GST environment package were already planned are just plain wrong, the Federal Minister for Transport and Regional Services, John
    Date: 03/06/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024399 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • Media Release LABOR TRIES TO MUDDY THE WATER ON DIESEL FUEL TAX CUTS The Federal Minister for Transport and Regional Services, John Anderson, today accused the Labor Party of mounting a baseless scare campaign on diesel fuel in a pathetic attempt to scuttle the tax package and penalise regional Australia.
    Date: 02/06/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024400 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • J O I N T M E D I A R E L E A S E Senator the Hon Richard Alston Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts Deputy Leader of the Government in the Senate The Hon John Anderson Minister for Transport and Regional Services Deputy Leader
    Date: 01/06/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024401 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • Media Release The Shadow Minister for Transport, Cheryl Kemot, today demonstrated her complete ignorance of the rail industry when she suggested the Smorgon Report was critical of the Government’s handling of rail industry reform. The Minister for Transport and Regional Services, John Anderson, said Ms Kemot had failed to show
    Date: 31/05/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024403 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

  • Media Release The Federal Minister for Transport and Regional Services, John Anderson, today released the private sector Rail Projects Taskforce report into the future direction of Australia’s rail sector. The Taskforce was initiated by the Prime Minister and was headed by Jack Smorgon, Chairman of the Committee for Melbourne and
    Date: 31/05/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01024404 - Source: Deputy Prime Minister

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