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Un-Australian parking fines on Anzac day

Un-Australian parking fines on Anzac day

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The Perth council is being accused of going against the spirit of Anzac Day after fining hundreds of motorists attending the city’s dawn service. The government is calling on the city to reconsider the parking penalties, but the council says they were issued amid security concerns. Thousands of people left the dawn service at Kings […]

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Smoking cigarettes and e-cigarettes in cars with children

Smoking cigarettes and e-cigarettes in cars with children

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Smoking cigarettes and e-cigarettes in cars with children Since 1 July 2009, smoking in a car with someone under the age of 16 is against the law. The Public Health (Tobacco) Act 2008 creates a new offence of smoking in a car with a child under 16 years of age in the vehicle. A $250 […]

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Hi tech camera trialled to catch drivers using mobile phones

Hi tech camera trialled to catch drivers using mobile phones

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Hi tech camera trialled to catch drivers using mobile phones Article by https://tenplay.com.au/news/national/december-2017/hi-tech-camera-trialled-to-catch-drivers-using-mobile-phones Cameras capable of detecting drivers using their mobile phones while driving have been tested in Victoria. Heralded as a‘world-first’, the red-light-style cameras are capable of detecting mobile phones being used on drivers’ laps or on passenger seats. Road safety advocate Russell White says […]

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How To Stay Awake On The Road: Tips To Combat Drowsy Driving

How To Stay Awake On The Road: Tips To Combat Drowsy Driving

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How To Stay Awake On The Road: Tips To Combat Drowsy Driving Many of us think we can keep our minds alert, even when we’re feeling the tug of sleepiness on our brain and bodies. But the truth is that sleep is a powerful biological drive—one that can overtake even the best driver. Rolling down […]

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A $1 tax on NSW Uber and taxi rides, to pay off Taxi compensation

A $1 tax on NSW Uber and taxi rides, to pay off Taxi compensation

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A $1 tax on NSW Uber and taxi rides starts By Clare Blumer and business reporter David Chau For ABC Uber has sent out an email to NSW users warning them about a $1 levy which will be charged on each ride by the State Government from Thursday. The tax applies to every trip made in taxis, hire […]

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Bus rules – Do’s and Don’t’s…

Bus rules – Do’s and Don’t’s…

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Buses Giving buses priority on major roads helps create more efficient bus services and more reliable bus travel times Improving bus travel times helps to: Increase bus use. Reduce dependency on cars. Reduce traffic congestion. Improve air quality. Buses carry up to 50 people and occupy less road space than 50 cars carrying one passenger […]

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No seat belt? $$$

No seat belt? $$$

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Driving without a seat belt is not only dangerous for you and your passengers, it also comes with fines and loss of demerit points The 2001 Road Safety Task Force recommended increased penalties for non-use of seat belts. These recommendations have been adopted to improve road safety and reduce the road toll. The adopted recommendations […]

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A few Traffic facts on a Tuesday…

A few Traffic facts on a Tuesday…

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Australian road rules Did you know it is illegal to drive through an orange traffic light – if it was deemed you had time to stop? In NSW and Victoria it carries the same offence as running a red light: $397 and three demerit points in NSW and $282 and three demerit points in Victoria. […]

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Why Isn’t the Government Testing for Prescription Drugs?

Why Isn’t the Government Testing for Prescription Drugs?

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Why Isn’t the Government Testing for Prescription Drugs? By Yavin Kumar @ Sydney Criminal Defence Lawyers As mentioned by Greens MP David Shoebridge, the MDT program is an “unscientific” and “blunt” instrument that, at the present period, only tests for the presence of certain prohibited drugs. To a certain degree, he is correct – an […]

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Tragic loss at Summernats despite ACT trying to make it more family friendly

Tragic loss at Summernats despite ACT trying to make it more family friendly

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Summernats attracted more than 100,000 people to Canberra. NSW Summernats 2017: Revheads descend on Canberra for wild car festival TYRON BUTSON, The Daily Telegraph January 9, 2017 12:56pm  ‘Biggest ever’ Summernats expected in ACT SEARING conditions and even the death of a reveller failed to dampen the spirits of more than 100,000 self-proclaimed hoons, petrolheads […]

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Drink Driving Charges in NSW

Drink Driving Charges in NSW

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Drink Driving Charges in NSW Drink driving is a serious offence that can attract heavy fines, licence disqualifications and even prison sentences. Sydney Traffic Lawyers will help you reduce the penalties handed down by the Court. We may even be able to have your matter dispensed without conviction by way of a section 10 dismissal […]

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