AFTER seeing first-hand how her husband Tim Hullah struggled to find somewhere to shower and eat last week, Sarah decided to do what she could to help other truckies in the same situation.
IT’S daunting, there’s no doubt about that, says MK Trucking co-owner Mick Kaandorp
Western Australian Senator Glenn Sterle said the government has “failed to come up with a plan to address the needs and working conditions of Australia’s truck drivers and transport operators during this difficult time”.
TRUCKIE favourite Mortlake Roadhouse is assuring drivers their facilities are still open for business.
TRUCKIES shouldn’t be embarrassed to be seen exercising around their trucks or utilising them for their workouts.
TRUCKIES needs have been taken into account by developers of a new truck stop set to open in Orange early next year.
“THIS is not turning truckies into wimps, this is empowering them to stay in the industry.”
ORGANISERS have made the difficult decision to call off the National Road Transport Hall of Fame reunion, which was due to be held in August in Alice Springs.
Whiteline Transport director Sharon Middleton said the transport industry has not yet felt the full effects of the coronavirus.
MORE flexibility and understanding by the South Australian government is what is needed when it comes to finding a solution for fixing the “blocked artery” that is the South Eastern Freeway, says SARTA boss Steve Shearer.
Kate has been with APN for almost two years, starting as a cadet at The Chronicle in November of 2010. She studied at Lowood State High School and the University of Queensland.