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Friday, 13 November 2015 00:00

Transcript - ABC News Radio with Marius Benson

SANDY ALOISI:      Here at home Federal and New South Wales state ministers are meeting today to hammer out plans for a new rail link from Central Sydney to the planned second airport at Badgerys Creek. The study is being undertaken as part of an overall plan to have the airport operating within a decade, and to have a rail line established when it opens. To look at the plan Marius Benson is speaking to the Federal Minister for Major Projects Paul Fletcher.

Wednesday, 28 October 2015 00:00

Transcript - Sky News Live AM Agenda

DAVID LIPSON:  Joining me now from the Sky News centre is Paul Fletcher, Government frontbencher and the Minister for Major Projects. Thanks very much for your time this morning. First, on Mr Abbott’s comments regarding refugees in Europe

Sunday, 25 October 2015 00:00

Transcript - ABC Weekend Breakfast

ANDREW GEOGHEGAN:  Well this week in federal politics the fraught topic of gay marriage was once again raised in parliament. Coalition MP Warren Entsch suggested that parliament vote on the issue but said any changes agreed in parliament would only come into effect if there was a yes vote in a plebiscite after the next election.

Friday, 23 October 2015 18:12

Transcript - Ben Fordham 2GB

BEN FORDHAM: The Federal Government reportedly wants to tax passengers flying in and out of the new Sydney airport, the second international Sydney airport, that's going to be built at Badgerys Creek.

WARREN TRUSS (Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development):              Well ladies and gentlemen, just over 18 months ago the Australian Government announced that Badgerys Creek had been selected as the site for Sydney's second airport

Plan taking more shipping containers via rail a drop in the ocean for total traffic

Thursday, 08 October 2015 00:00

Transcript: ABC News 24, 8/10/15

JOE O'BRIEN: Staying with politics, and Federal Labor has unveiled 10 infrastructure projects it will support if elected.

Thursday, 08 October 2015 00:00

Transcript: Press Conference, 8/10/15

PAUL FLETCHER: I just want to make some comments on Labor's announcement that it will borrow $10 billion to finance further infrastructure.

Thursday, 08 October 2015 00:00

Transcript: Sky News Agenda 8/10/15

DAVID SPEERS: Well for some government reaction now to what Labor has announced, the newish Minister for Major Projects Paul Fletcher joins me in the studio. Thank you for your time this afternoon Minister.

Congestion on major roads could be eased through the greater use of technology to improve the flow of vehicles by tracking cars and matching traffic signals under plans to be considered by the Turnbull government.

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