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Get summaries of the top business news from a global perspective Sample More than half of the drivers will take to the road the morning after a heavy night, according to the road safety charity Brake. The charity is urging young drivers to take a "
Help take dangerous drivers off the road this Christmas Central District Police, Fuseworks December 15, 2011, 2:33 pm Do you know someone who drinks and drives, or is blatantly ignoring a driving disqualification? Police in Central District are
Steve Butcher September 5, 2011 Company vehicles were found to be registered at a non-existent address. S Transport Accident Commission suspects premium rorting is rife after a trucking company admitted defrauding it of $145,000 by falsely
The Transport Accident Commission says there was a 28 per cent increase in fatalities involving women in 2011, with females accounting for 37 of Victoria's 145 road deaths. In comparison, the male contribution was down 6 per cent on 2010.
Labor announced its commitment to the TAC Road Safety Experience Centre shortly before it lost the November state election. The centre was to include elements such as a trauma section and memorial room and was to be aimed at young people.
Story continues below While the TAC has said the new potential record is not a cause for celebration because hundreds of people have died, it is a remarkable turnaround compared with two months ago when the toll was 17 higher than the same time last
Story continues below The Transport Accident Commission and Victoria Police have welcomed the recent trend. But they warned there was no room for complacency and said there was little to be pleased about when hundreds of people were still being
Police holiday blitz has busted 416 motorists for drink driving and more than 3000 people for speeding as authorities ramp up the road safety message. With thousands of people set to hit the road on Boxing Day to start their summer holidays, police
Story continues below Hours later, an elderly couple from Warrnambool was killed in a head-on crash on the Pyrenees Highway, at Bung Bong, near Maryborough. The couple, aged in their 70s, collided with a ute carrying a father and daughter. The couple
Reid Sexton December 17, 2010 THE number of males killed as a proportion of Victoria's road toll has hit record levels this year, prompting the Transport Accident Commission to urge men to slow down. So far, 217 males have died on the state's roads