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“The Volvo runs during the week as that finances the dreams I have for all the old stuff,” said Alby Twyford, referring to his collection of heritage trucks which are tucked away in a shed near Bega, just inland from the NSW south coast.
If you’re a fan of the popular TV series Outback Truckers, then the name Danyelle Haigh and Murranji Water Drilling might ring a bell. It is the fifth season she’ll be appearing in after all.
It hasn’t been an easy ride for 17-year-old truck fan Sebastian Martino. As he prepares to graduate from Year 12 at Miller Technology High School, his proud mum Callie Hume wants to make his wish of arriving to his formal in a truck come true – but that wish has gone up a few notches, with Sebastian’s Formal Convoy set up to raise funds for The Children’s Hospital at Westmead in Sydney.
When a NSW truck driver contacted Big Rigs to vent his frustration at being fined for a work diary breach, we shared his story online and it garnered a huge reaction, with many truckies sharing similar stories.
Owner-driver Kym Starkey and his partner Jo Lindsay, who used to drive dump trucks, have run the Little Topar Roadhouse in NSW, 80km east of Broken Hill for the past 22 months.