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Friday Facts - Innocent till proven guilty

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03 February 2012

The directors and managers of trucking businesses should have the same rights as other Australians. They should be innocent until proven guilty of offences under the national truck laws, the ATA has told a parliamentary inquiry. The details are in today’s issue of the Friday Facts, along with the ATA’s application for a new modular AB triple route through New South Wales.

Also in this issue:

  • BITRE releases new truck crash statistics
  • Furniture removers return to the ATA
  • Coalition to develop 15 year infrastructure plan
  • CEO sought for National Heavy Vehicle Regulator

Read the 03 February 2012 edition or subscribe.