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Alan Evans, having use of a customised Thrifty rally car to enter races around Australia in 2007 and 2008. Race records show that Mr Evans drove a Thrifty-branded Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution in dozens of rally events held in Queensland, Western
Today I joined leaner drivers, parents and instructors at Concord High School to mark this milestone. Already the program has been successfully introduction into Tasmania and Victoria. keys2drive is an important new, national road safety initiative.
THE state government has bowed to pressure from police and road safety experts and reintroduced mobile speed cameras as part of a $170 million effort to reduce the road toll. The package, to be announced by the Minister for Transport, David Campbell,
The Herald understands the union's national organiser, Bob Nanva, is working with a coalition of independent and Greens MPs to pass a private member's bill that would force fuel companies to haul petrol between rail hubs closest to the refineries and
IT division with the hire of John Hanna as chief information officer, replacing Craig Gibbons who left last year to take a well-earned break. Rail (QR), which Premier Anna Bligh plans to sell in a controversial $3 billion float opposed by the state's
NSW government to explain to taxpayers how it soaked up $500 million of public money on the shelved Sydney Metro project. And there are concerns the key documents related to the project could escape scrutiny now the Sydney Metro Authority is being
They can charm snakes, deliver Meals on Wheels and save fish. And in the future you might find them turning their hands to plumbing or roof repairs...In Canberra, Colin Poore was called out to fix a broken-down Meals on Wheels van. Discovering it was
Thrifty is being examined by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission after complaints of a cover-up within the motorists' organisation. Tony D'Aloisio, last month, alleging that information about the sudden departure of a former Thrifty
United States is being trialled in Dubbo today and tomorrow, with the intention of introducing it across the nation if it is successful. CarFit, a program that specifically looks at adjusting a vehicle to suit the occupant, across the state free of
The call by Zachariah Matthews for sharia to be introduced shows that he misunderstands one of the fundamental principles on which this country is based, namely the rule of law (''Muslim leader wants elements of sharia in Australia'', March 8).