Hundreds of hopefuls are competing this month for a handful of slots in one of Queensland's most successful apprentice programs.
MAXITRANS NSW state sales manager Glen Sharman didn't hesitate to put his hand up for a punishing 300km fundraising cycle ride next month.
MICHAEL Gorman's family deserves answers, something that will help bring a sense of closure after the loss of a much-loved son, husband, father and brother.
LIZ Martin had been trying to resign from her role as CEO and manager of the National Road Transport Hall of Fame in Alice Springs for the past two years.
Just a month out from one of trucking's biggest celebrations, the Liz Martin-run board at the National Road Transport Hall of Fame has been replaced.
"I feel sorry for the other subbies who own one or two trucks who have been helping this guy out to grow his own business."
A Melbourne-based transport boss shutters his Victorian operation and moves to Queensland, leaving $7.6m in unsecured creditors facing an uncertain future.
NRFA president calls Rockhampton roundtable in a bid to get politicians to take action against the rules and regulations strangling the industry.
Unless trucks meet strict emission control standards their access to some suburban streets will be more limited in the near future.
WESTERN Australia isn't going to become a signatory to a revamped Heavy Vehicle National Law unless it suits the industry there.