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Welcome to Queensland Rail's one-stop shop for journalists and other members of the media. This site features the latest media releases, information and campaigns.

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Latest media releases

  
  
  
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Train commuters rally against domestic violence
  
26/08/2015
South East Queensland train commuters have got on board a Queensland Rail campaign donating more than 3,000 essential household items to help local families who are rebuilding their lives after domestic violence.
New footage shows greatest risk to commuters: themselves
  
20/08/2015
Queensland Rail has released shocking new footage which shows the greatest risk to commuters is themselves.
Shocking footage of train hitting pram delivers confronting safety message
  
17/08/2015
Queensland Rail has released shocking footage of an empty pram rolling into the path of a moving freight train in a bid to remind parents of the potentially devastating consequences of inattentiveness at stations and on platforms.
Rail safety campaign aims to shock public into safer habits
  
10/08/2015
Deputy Premier and Minister for Transport Jackie Trad launched Rail Safety Week yesterday unveiling Queensland Rail's new confronting safety campaign ‘Railways are not playgrounds’.
Ride the rails in comfort from Wide Bay to this year's Ekka
  
5/08/2015
Wide Bay residents looking to attend the state’s largest annual event, the ‘Ekka’, can sit back and travel with ease thanks to special Tilt Train services directly to the event.
Surprise birthday steam train takes Ipswich commuters back in time
  
30/07/2015
Ipswich commuters will receive a birthday surprise today as Queensland Rail transports them back in time and replaces their regular service with a heritage steam train.
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