Bris terminal step closer

PLANS for a $100 million cruise terminal near the mouth of the Brisbane River capable of handling "mega-cruise ships" have progressed, with stakeholders reaching an in-principal agreement. The Qld Govt, Brisbane City Council and Qld Urban Utilities have agreed with the Port of Brisbane on "crucial commercial and technical issues", Qld Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment, Curtis Pitt said. "In-principle agreement with these stakeholders means that realistic solutions have been developed and the way is now clear to undertake the detailed business case to finalise the Port's proposal to ...
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