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The ATO is data matching to catch tax-dodging Uber drivers and Airbnb landlords

ATO assistant commissioner Matthew Bambrick said that his organisation obtains more than 650 million records from “a range of third party sources” — such as banks, eBay and Uber — to match and analyse with its own data to catch Australians not declaring income.

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Uber customers’ accounts were hacked by fraudsters

A warning for anyone who uses Uber after customers’ accounts were hacked by fraudsters who took them to the cleaners by Channel 9 – A Current Affair  11/01/2017.

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Jeff Kennett slams Victorian taxi compensation

By Annika Smethurst, National politics reporter in “Many have borrowed against the asset value for their homes,” Mr Kennett writes. “So please, these owners are not large enough to be a strong political voice, but nevertheless are entitled to be treated fairly.” The issue has already […]

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 2GB have now removed the great audio track on 2GB Ray Hadley radio show that summarises the chaos the Mike Baird’s NSW State Liberal Government has created. The Robertson Brothers new song predicts trouble for Mike Baird

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Why are we ignoring the government’s treatment of taxis?

Why as Australians are we ignoring the government’s treatment of taxis? People forget that many people who have been driving taxis or holding taxi licenses for decades. This isn’t just their bread and butter. It’s their life.

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Yellow Cabs taxis to launch fixed fares to tackle rise of Uber

Yellow Cabs will offer fixed fares for customers who telephone for a taxi in 2017 in the first return volley since ride-hailing* schemes such as Uber were legalised in Queensland. Read more     

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Cabcharge resigning from the NSW Taxi Industry Association (TIA) and NSW Taxi Council with effect from 31 December 2016.

Cabcharge has advised the NSW Taxi Council that its taxi networks will be resigning from the NSW Taxi Industry Association (TIA) and NSW Taxi Council with effect from 31 December 2016.  

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NSW Premier Mike Baird is at it again

The Daily Telegraph published on 15 October 2016 the fact that Mike Baird opened Uber’s new Australian headquarters.  In the past it has been quoted that the Premier said his NSW Liberal Government had always been committed to creating a level playing field for taxi drivers/owners, which is […]

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NSW Point to Point Transport Commissioner

On 12 October 2016 Barbara Wise was announced as the inaugural NSW Point to Point Transport Commissioner. Ms Wise has been appointed for a term of two years under the Point to Point Transport (Taxis and Hire Vehicles) Act 2016, and according to the Transport Department’s website, will spend […]

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