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Latest media releases

Mount Isa Line recovery remains on track
Queensland Rail's Taskforce is continuing to spearhead unprecedented flood repairs on the Mount Isa Line between Cloncurry and Richmond.
Graduates invited to fast-track careers with Queensland Rail
Queensland Rail is giving up to 20 new university graduates the opportunity to fast-track their careers, with the first round of applications now open for its 2020 graduate program.
Queensland Rail maintains strong focus on SPAD prevention
Queensland Rail has achieved the lowest SPAD rate in its organisations’ history, following the implementation of a dedicated ‘SPAD Prevention Taskforce’ in late 2017 and a broad range of additional SPAD-prevention controls and initiatives.
Rail Taskforce Drives Mount Isa Line Recovery
Queensland Rail has created a dedicated taskforce to lead the recovery of more than 200 kilometres of flood-damaged track on the Mount Isa Line between Richmond and Oorindi.
Rail drives bale generosity for Qld drought-affected farmers
More than 75 tonnes of hay has been delivered to drought-affected farmers in the remote South West Queensland community of Mungallala this week following a Queensland Rail fundraising drive for Rural Aid. 
Queensland Rail: Mount Isa line recovery update
Queensland Rail’s CEO Nick Easy said following the recession of flood waters over the last week, Queensland Rail had been granted permission to access to the closed Flinders Highway, enabling limited access to the site at Nelia.
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