Just when I think we are making progress in the world, people come along and burst my bubble. With so much negativity in the world, I am not sure how we have managed to survive.
As we wind down to the second half of the year, I had my first road trip for some time, and it gave me time to think of the important things in life especially as my mother’s health is not good.
Following on from my last column the Transport Women Australia Limited board and their conference attendees are still recovering from the Driving the Difference conference held on the first weekend of June.
The first weekend of June Transport Women Australia Limited had their eighth conference, the theme of which was Driving the Difference, and it has been deemed a resounding success.
With the change of federal government, new Liberal and National party leaders and deputies, hopefully we can plan for the next three years without anything too onerous being placed on the transport and logistics industry.
Well, the election is over, and the Transport Women Australia Limited Conference is almost here. The first one will have an impact on our lives for the next few years, be it positive or negative but our aim is for the conference to have a positive effect, not only for the weekend but for the future, both personally and professionally.
The Transport Women Australia Limited Driving the Difference Conference is just weeks away and we are excited that we can finally bring this event to you at the fabulous Hyatt Place, Essendon Fields from June 3-5.
After spending two days in the last few weeks with members of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator Prosecution team and learning more about Enforceable Undertakings (EUs), I was very impressed with the continuing work the NHVR is doing to engage with the trucking industry.
With the amount of small family companies selling up over the last few months in New South Wales regional areas (I am sure not if other states have been a similar amount) what is going to happen to the rural transport industry?
As International Women’s Day (IWD) is upon us and this year’s theme is #breakthebias, we will be inundated with articles about parity, equality, and quotas and all these other buzzwords.