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Increased enforcement power must come with effective training for officers (December 15, 2016)
Proposals to increase the enforcement and investigative powers for State and Territory law enforcement must come with ongoing training for […]
Win for Mum and Dad truck operators at the NSW Industrial Commission (December 5, 2016)
Mum and Dad run trucking businesses have had a small win in the NSW Industrial Commission today.
A Current Affair needs to balance its reporting on road safety (November 24, 2016)
Truck drivers are being unfairly singled out by the media as solely responsible for road safety in Australia, says the […]
Here we go again: Mum and Dad truck operators unfairly singled out (November 24, 2016)
Mum and Dad small trucking businesses in Victoria are about to be unfairly targeted once more in a review by […]
Ongoing closure of Newell Highway costing trucking businesses $10,000 per week (October 28, 2016)
NSW Regional trucking businesses are bearing the financial costs of slow progress to open Newell Highway following widespread flooding this September.
Free NSW Regional Trucking Summit to spotlight industry readiness (October 21, 2016)
The key challenges facing regional trucking businesses will be examined in a one-day Regional Trucking Business Summit in Orange on Monday, 7th November 2016.
Truck drivers again under threat by unfair industrial changes (October 5, 2016)
The future of trucking in and through NSW hangs in the balance as hearings into state-wide changes continue at the NSW Industrial Relations Commission this month.
Campaign to stop union back industrial changes impacting trucking in NSW (September 22, 2016)
Truck drivers, small trucking business operators and communities that rely on trucks are being called upon to sign a petition to turn back industrial changes designed to create job losses, confusion and upheaval in New South Wales.
Industrial changes still threatening 35,000 small trucking businesses as RSRT report released (September 15, 2016)
The impacts of union pushed pay orders that brought Australian small trucking business to a standstill in April 2016 are still being experienced today, indicates a report released by the Federal Government today.
NatRoad stands firm against union interest in the NSW Industrial Relations Commission (September 7, 2016)
NatRoad continues to attend hearings and seek an exemption for members from confusing industrial changes set to be fully implemented by the NSW Industrial Commission this year.