"So there is a lot of money on the table here that the industry should be looking to pursue through good policy,” Eamon McGinn said.
VETERAN Red Cross Blood Service driver Geoff Flannery doesn't do a lot of interstate runs nowadays, preferring to stick mostly to his deliveries of blood.
JOHN Eason figured someone would give him the chance to make the step up from driving rigids to the Kenworths and Western Stars he watched his dad drive.
A HUMBLED Nolan's Transport director Darren Nolan paid tribute to two late industry legends in accepting the prestigious TruckSafe John Kelly Award in Perth.
"WE SPEND all our life alone in the trucks and disconnected to the community in a lot of ways.”
GRASSROOTS trucking advocate Sharon Middleton sent a clear message at TA2019 to those unhappy with the current trucking laws - now is the time to have your say.
WA identities Glenn 'Yogi' Kendall and Heather Jones share why they think their state has plenty to teach their eastern seaboard colleagues.
A FIRST-of-its-kind study of the Australian road network has some good and not-so-good news for the trucking industry.
SENATOR Glenn Sterle wants to get one thing straight in the countdown to the federal election in May.
FOR any truckie sceptical about how a tech-wired steering wheel could potentially save your life, check out this anecdote from TA19 speaker Andrew Hammond.