NSW Farmers and CWA combine in legal action against ARTC

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Updated July 21 2020 - 5:05pm, first published 5:04pm
NSW Farmers president James Jackson (left) is shown maps of the proposed rail line through Tondeburine, Gulargambone, by David and Cathy Peart. With them is the Association's Inland Taskforce chair, David Lyons and Dubbo branch chair, Shane Kilby in December, 2018.
NSW Farmers president James Jackson (left) is shown maps of the proposed rail line through Tondeburine, Gulargambone, by David and Cathy Peart. With them is the Association's Inland Taskforce chair, David Lyons and Dubbo branch chair, Shane Kilby in December, 2018.

The 'glossing over' of landholder issues along the Inland Rail corridor have seen the Country Women's Association of NSW (CWA) join forces with NSW Farmers' Association to progress legal action regarding the Australian Rail Track Corporation's handling of the Inland Rail Project.

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Mark Griggs

Journalist 0- Central West NSW

Central West and Western editorial reporter living at Wellington and based out of The Land, Dubbo office.

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