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A COMPANY backed by China’s state railways company wants to spend billion on a high-speed rail network that would make it possible to travel from Newcastle to Sydney in less than an hour.Centurion Group, a developer and China Rail’s local partner, says a privately funded rail system running from Campbelltown, in Sydney’s south west, to Newcastle, is financially viable and could go ahead if the state government supports the project.The Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA) is the professional association for Australian and New Zealand communication academics and practitioners. Lotz, audience research, television and gender, Professor Tony Schirato, sports, gender theory , technology and cultural politics, and Phillipa Mc Guinness, a publisher who has written about copyright in the digital age.And holds a conference in July each year in either Australia or New Zealand. More than 160 delegates are coming to Newcastle from around Australia as well as New Zealand, India, Indonesia, Korea, the Netherlands, Nigeria, South Africa, the UK and the USA and will be presenting around the conference theme of ‘Creating Space in the Fifth Estate’. Co-convenors Associate Professor Phillip Mc Intyre (ANZCA Vice President) and Dr Janet Fulton (ANZCA Executive NSW Rep) are organising the conference, along with committee members Dr Susan Kerrigan and Dr Michael Meany, and say it is an event that has been three years in the making.“Phillip and I started talking in 2013 about Newcastle hosting the conference,” Janet said.“It hasn’t been held here and we thought it would be a great idea to bring our colleagues to the University to show them what we do.“We have both been attending ANZCA conferences since 2009 and have always found them to be a particularly collegial gathering of scholars who are researching in very diverse areas of Communication Studies."ANZCA is involved in scholarship and teaching in such diverse areas as journalism, public relations, law and ethics, creativity and communication, citizenship, new media, mobile, digital and social media, pedagogy, organisational and interpersonal communication, Internet studies, advertising, environmental and science communication, radio, television and film production, and media studies.Details When: June 28, 2017Where: Chippendale, NSWNO MORE TICKETS AVAILABLE Email [email protected] to be waitlisted in case of cancellation Are you connecting with your heritage, our country?Come to the Utzon Room, Opera House on Friday 16 June and be part of the conversation.We had 70 submissions to the AILA NSW 2017 Awards Program- the most we have ever received!
The plan would be for the line to run to its truncation point – presumably the proposed Wickham Interchange – and then enter a tunnel which would lead all the way to the site of the former Newcastle railway station.The 150-kilometre line, as envisioned by the company’s chief executive Patrick Yu, would run from Campbelltown, to Central, Chatswood, Wyong, and then to Newcastle after turning at Cameron Park.“It would take less than an hour from Central to Newcastle,” Mr Yu said.It says it would only cost 0 million extra to make the tunnel large enough to fit the line.“Otherwise you would have to legislate for a third tunnel through the harbour,” he said.“It’s a narrow harbour as it is, it could take 10 years before that happens.”But Transport for NSW has been quick to knock the idea on the head, saying that designing the tunnels for high speed rail would mean making new stations in Sydney almost three times deeper.“The new twin metro railway tunnels ...
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