Monday 24th Sep, 2018

Longer hours but reduced emissions features of heavy vehicle peace deal

A plan to secure longer operating hours while cutting emissions is to be put to Victorian authorities



ATT maintains security while smoothing business writes Tim Fitzgerald*

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ALC pushes for technology role in road safety

The ALC has talked up the role of technology in leading to a safer supply chain


FORWARDERS & BROKERS SPECIAL REPORT: Air cargo export examinations… be prepared

Sachi Wimmer, Department of Home Affairs executive director transport security, writes about the impending enhancements to security measures for air cargo


WORKPLACE RELATIONS: Picketing Part III – Going to court

Chris Gianatti* explores the logistics and timelines involved in making a court application in the third part of a series on the legal aspects of picketing


Department cancels second live export licence

It has been a disastrous year for the live export sector, with federal authorities moving against another company involved in the controversial trade


TRADE & THE LAW: Infringement Notices become ‘kind of a big thing’

Lawyer Andrew Hudson* analyses changes to the use of Infringement Notices and the recent case of duties and penalties on imports of galvanised steel products

Minister for trade, tourism and investment Simon Birmingham. Photo: DFAT

Trade minister calls for TPP-11 ratification

Trade minister Simon Birmingham said the trade pact would unlock billions in benefits over the coming years