False hopes not raised

ANYONE expecting Australia’s federal government to have lent support to plans for a high speed line linking Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane would have to be pretty naive or plain optimistic. Having damned the VFT and Speedrail projects in the past, the government said on March 27 that it would ...

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