Tim Crakanthorp

Latest News

  • PARK VISITS NEWCASTLE TO SURVEY TRANSPORT ISSUES
  • 22KM FOR SYDNEY VERSUS 2KM FOR NEWCASTLE
  • CRAKANTHORP: PREMIER REFUSES TO TALK TO NEWCASTLE
  • LIGHT RAIL SYSTEM FAILS ON THIRD HURDLE
  • BAIRD GOVERNMENT SECRETLY ADMITS "NOT VIABLE" TO MAKE TRAINS CONNECT – IN LATEST SIGN OF CHAOS AT HAMILTON
  • NEWCASTLE WIPED FROM THE BOARD
Thursday, 17 December 2015

PARK VISITS NEWCASTLE TO SURVEY TRANSPORT ISSUES

Shadow Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Ryan Park and the Member for Newcastle, Tim Crakanthorp will be discussing the Government’s proposals for Newcastle as Mr Park visits the city today.

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Friday, 11 December 2015

22KM FOR SYDNEY VERSUS 2KM FOR NEWCASTLE

Member for Newcastle, Tim Crakanthorp is calling on the Baird Government to explain why Newcastle is getting the budget version of a light rail network.

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Tuesday, 01 December 2015

CRAKANTHORP: PREMIER REFUSES TO TALK TO NEWCASTLE

Member for Newcastle, Tim Crakanthorp will again today, request that the Premier meets with residents and workers that will be affected if his planned public transport privatisation goes ahead, after a flat refusal was delivered by email late yesterday afternoon.

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Tuesday, 01 December 2015

LIGHT RAIL SYSTEM FAILS ON THIRD HURDLE

Member for Newcastle, Tim Crakanthorp is calling on the Premier to address the claims made by Greens MP, David Shoebridge that the Government is releasing a light rail project that failed expert assessment on almost all levels.

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Wednesday, 28 January 2015

BAIRD GOVERNMENT SECRETLY ADMITS "NOT VIABLE" TO MAKE TRAINS CONNECT – IN LATEST SIGN OF CHAOS AT HAMILTON

The Baird Government has secretly given up its practice of holding trains at Hamilton to allow passengers to change between the Hunter and Newcastle/Central Coast lines – because this is no longer possible as a result of the chaotic rail truncation.

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Tuesday, 06 January 2015

NEWCASTLE WIPED FROM THE BOARD

Member for Newcastle, Tim Crakanthorp, has today called on Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian to explain why references to Newcastle – the state’s second largest city - have been removed from electronic display boards across the City Rail network.

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