Truck drivers have had a seemingly impossible two years. They’ve had to endure Covid restrictions, border closures, been locked out of rest stops and faced mandatory testing, but through it all they have kept Australia moving. Now, with Christmas on the horizon and their workload picking up, truck drivers are again facing a crisis. But
Not even COVID quarantine in the United States stopped the Deputy Prime Minister from firing the starting gun yesterday on the next round of Morrison-Joyce Government rorts, this time with round six of the Building Better Regions Fund.  This round of funding tops up Scott Morrison’s re-election piggy bank to the tune of $250 million. 
An Albanese Labor Government will bring safer roads to Hawkesbury Heights with a $1.8 million commitment to build a shared path for pedestrians, cyclists and families. Running adjacent to Hawkesbury Road between Hawkesbury Heights Lookout and Winmalee High School, this fully paved shared path will mean locals can get off a narrow, busy road and
Labor is concerned by reports in newspapers today that a global shortage of a special anti-pollution ¬additive known as AdBlue for diesel vehicles could lead to thousands of heavy vehicles being forced off the roads within weeks. This shortage will put even more stress on already under pressure supply chains.  Our truck drivers have continued
A Senate Committee report released today has given the Prime Minister 15 days to account for his involvement in the administration of the Commuter Car Park Fund. Two witnesses told the committee that in their view aspects of the commuter car park fund amounted to corruption. We know that these processes were not limited to


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