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Services on the iconic Adelaide to Darwin train The Ghan will be cut and some ticket prices hiked as operator Great Southern Rail tries to make up for a $9 million federal budget cut.
Services on the Ghan will be halved to once a week year-round, instead of only during off-peak periods, while trips on the Great Southern's Indian Pacific service between Sydney, Adelaide and Perth have also been cut.
The changes will be introduced from July 2016, when ticket prices for pensioners and war veterans will also rise sharply in response to the federal government withdrawing subsidies, the company has told ABC radio.
This article first appeared on au.finance.yahoo.com
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