Rules that restrict taxi licences, shopping hours, the location of pharmacies and the resale of goods legally purchased overseas would be swept away as part of a package of measures proposed by...
HARPER COMPETITION INQUIRY RECOMMENDS CHANGES TO SHOPPING HOURS, TAXI REGULATION, PARALLEL IMPORTANT RESTRICTIONS 31.03.15
A wide-ranging review of Australia's competition policies has recommended changes to extend shopping hours and loosen the regulation around ride-sharing services such as Uber.
STATE SHOULD CONSIDER UBER LAWS 31.03.15
States should bring in regulations to deal with the emergence of ride-share companies such as Uber, a new report says.
Nine News - Ross Greenwood breaks down tax system 30.03.15
AFL-THEMED TAXIS TO HIT MELBOURNE STREET 29.03.15
With the AFL season starting this week, a fleet of footy-branded taxis will hit the streets driven by cabbies dressed in their favourite team colours.
VICTORIAN CYCLISTS WELCOME TAXI STICKERS TO CURB CAR DOORING RISK WEEKS AFTER ALBERTO PAULON'S DEATH 28.03.15
The initiative involving the Victorian Taxi Association (VTA) and the Melbourne City Council came after the death of cyclist, Alberto Paulon, who was hit by a truck when a car door was opened in front of him
ALAN JONES COMMENTS ON UBER - 2GB 873 AM 24.03.15
Alan Jones comments on Uber in relation to Government lack of enforcement.
As the barriers go up and the tracks are laid, Canberra's cab drivers will watch serenely from the sidelines, content in the knowledge it won't affect their business.
MACKAY WHITSUNDAY TAXI IS FOCUSED ON WELCOMING VISITORS 19.03.15
LOCAL Mackay Whitsunday Taxi driver Darrell Storey was last week awarded his second 'Driver Of Excellence' Award in Customer Service.
MELBOURNE TAXI DRIVER CAUGHT ON CAMERA ABUSING YOUNG PASSENGERS 11.03.15
The Melbourne taxi driver who verbally abused and threatened four women on Saturday has been effectively stood down, after he was banned from accessing the taxi company's computer network.
BLIND WOMAN WITH GUIDE DOG DENIED TAXI RIDE 06.03.15
A BLIND Perth woman claims she was discriminated against by Swan Taxis because of her trusty guide dog, Angus — and not for the first time.
CALLS TO DROP TAXI SURCHARGE 04.03.15
Ten News, Air Date Wed March 2015
GRAND THEFT AUTO IN CAIRNS AS THIEVES TARGET PRESTIGE CARS 04.03.15
SENIOR Cairns police have likened a car theft spree to an extreme and potentially deadly form of rideshare app uber targeting high-performance cars to hoon around the region.
'ANTI UBER' CAMPAIGN WILL ROLL ON 02.03.15
The Taxi Council of Queensland is vowing to continue its 'anti uber' advertising campaign following the release of figures exclusively to 7News showing the popularity of ride sharing is growing.