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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Japan makes pitch for high-speed train in Singaporean edge when tendering for the recently agreed Malaysia-Singapore high-speed ra
Japan makes pitch for high-speed train in Singapore
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 5 days ago
an edge when tendering for the recently agreed Malaysia-Singapore high-speed rail project. Japanese Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Minister Keiichi Ishii discussed the shinkansen at a meeting with Singapore Senior Minister of State... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Japanese operators confident of winning bid to develop KL-Singapore High-Speed Railrun the upcoming High Speed Rail (HSR) between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, said
Japanese operators confident of winning bid to develop KL-Singapore High-Speed Rail
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 days ago
run the upcoming High Speed Rail (HSR) between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, said Japanese Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Keichi Ishii. Mr Ishii attributed the Shinkansen's (Japanese bullet train) safety track record,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Japan's 'infra-tourism' floodgates openforeign tourists to Japan every year by 2020. Govt backing As part of these e
Japan's 'infra-tourism' floodgates open
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
foreign tourists to Japan every year by 2020. Govt backing As part of these efforts, in January the Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Ministry set up a portal site for infra-tourism. The site showcases about 270 tours available at dams,... Read more
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Perth Now
Leadership rumours have starteddecided to show off his skills on the DJ decks at Annadale Public School. The
Leadership rumours have started
Perth Now / Posted 25 days ago
decided to show off his skills on the DJ decks at Annadale Public School. The Grayndler MP and Labor’s Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism spokesman showed off his dancing skills to Taylor Swift’s Shake it Off. Oh well, at least the kids... Read more
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The Courier Mail
What on earth was Albo thinking?decided to show off his skills on the DJ decks at Annadale Public School. The
What on earth was Albo thinking?
The Courier Mail / Posted 25 days ago
decided to show off his skills on the DJ decks at Annadale Public School. The Grayndler MP and Labor’s Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism spokesman showed off his dancing skills to Taylor Swift’s Shake it Off. Oh well, at least the kids... Read more
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The North West Star
Winton back to the futureROBBIE Katter has welcomed the State Government's $10m Transport and Tourism Co
Winton back to the future
The North West Star / Posted 30 days ago
ROBBIE Katter has welcomed the State Government's $10m Transport and Tourism Connections program as a welcome incentive to increase tourism in Western Queensland. ROBBIE Katter has welcomed the State Government's $10m Transport and Tourism... Read more
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The North West Star
Jurassic roads no more with bush road fundingfor regional and rural communities. Which is why Katter MP Robbie Katter belie
Jurassic roads no more with bush road funding
The North West Star / Posted a month ago
for regional and rural communities. Which is why Katter MP Robbie Katter believes the Palaszczuk Government's $10 million 'Transport and Tourism Connections' program couldn't come at a better time. "Sealed roads are an important part of improving... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Jurassic roads no more with bush road fundingfor regional and rural communities. Which is why Katter MP Robbie Katter belie
Jurassic roads no more with bush road funding
Brisbane Times / Posted a month ago
for regional and rural communities. Which is why Katter MP Robbie Katter believes the Palaszczuk Government's $10 million 'Transport and Tourism Connections' program couldn't come at a better time. "Sealed roads are an important part of improving... Read more
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Japan Today
2 injured, 80 buildings damaged as heavy rain hits western Japan ‹ Japan Todayhit by major quakes two months ago, close to the monthly average for June. The
2 injured, 80 buildings damaged as heavy rain hits western Japan ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 1 months ago
hit by major quakes two months ago, close to the monthly average for June. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism said it received reports of landslides at 48 locations, and of rock slides at 11 locations in northern... Read more

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