Road Freight NSW (RFNSW) executives were invited to submit feedback to federal agencies earlier this week ahead of an expected surge of Covid cases in August. Read more
A 390 tonne, 90 metre long superload has made its way from Melbourne to SA, arriving at the Torrens Island Power Station after a 1000km journey.
The ACT Emergency Services Agency has signed an agreement with Volvo Group Australia that will see the manufacturer placed as its preferred supplier of zero emissions heavy vehicles.
Victorian Tippers United (VTU), the group behind yesterday’s protest action in Melbourne, is promising further disruption to the city’s traffic unless the state government meets its fuel levy demands. Read more
The Albanese government has extended the deadline for submissions from industry on the security of Australia’s AdBlue supply. Read more
Truckies will get two new rest areas as part of the $216 million upgrades to the Newell Highway between Narrabri and Moree – but they’ll have to wait a while yet to use them. Read more
IVECO Australia is investing in a broad range of zero emission vehicles that include light and heavy-duty models with both battery and fuel cell options. Read more
When Heart of Australia launched its latest mobile clinic, HEART 5, the goal was simple, to deliver better health for rural and remote Australia. Read more
A 120 kilometre road that links the Landsborough and Capricorn Highways in outback Queensland has now been fully sealed, though it’s left some questioning whether that’ll be enough.
Janus Electric says it’s conducting a full internal investigation into the battery fire that destroyed its prototype Kenworth T403 truck at its Berkeley Vale base on the NSW Central Coast last week. Read more