Inland Rail: Queensland farmers say Senate inquiry must run its course

Mark Phelps
Updated October 8 2020 - 9:09am, first published 9:08am
Farmers say a Senate inquiry must be concluded before any final decisions are made on the Condamine floodplain route.
Farmers say a Senate inquiry must be concluded before any final decisions are made on the Condamine floodplain route.

DARLING Downs farmers opposed to the proposed Inland Rail route across Condamine River floodplain say an ongoing Senate inquiry must be allowed to run its full course before any final decisions are made.

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Mark Phelps

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