Inland Rail: NSW Farmers remain steadfast, 'bring on inquiry'

By Daniel Pedersen
February 27 2019 - 7:30am
Parkes Mayor Ken Keith and Forbes Mayor Phyllis Miller chat to Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack about the Inland Rail project. NSW Farmers wants an inquiry into the project managers' decision-making processes.
Parkes Mayor Ken Keith and Forbes Mayor Phyllis Miller chat to Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack about the Inland Rail project. NSW Farmers wants an inquiry into the project managers' decision-making processes.

WITH relations between NSW Farmers, the federal government and the Australian Rail Track Corporation plumbing new lows, the farmers association this week warned unless authorities get serious about engaging with the community, the National Party will feel the pain of a ballot-box revolt.

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