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SHOOTERS FISHERS & FARMERS PARTY Legislative Council Hansard – 18 September 2018 – Proof – TAXI

TAXI INDUSTRY NOW ON THE AGENDA IN NSW STATE PARLIAMENT The Hon. ROBERT BROWN (16:13): My question without notice is directed to the Leader of the Government, representing the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure. Is the Minister aware that 4,500 taxi plate owners in New South Wales […]

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SHOOTERS FISHERS & FARMERS PARTY Legislative Council Hansard – 24 May 2018 – Proof – TAXI INDUSTRY

SHOOTERS FISHERS & FARMERS PARTY  FIGHTING FOR THE NSW TAXI INDUSTRY IN STATE PARLIAMENT HOUSE The Hon. ROBERT BROWN (18:25): Tonight I speak about the New South Wales taxi industry: specifically, the hardworking, law‑abiding small business taxi owners who have been left high and dry and in […]

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The Hon. Robert Borsak letter to Mr John Megas IIlawarra Taxi Network

Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party outlining issues to Illawarra You can download the letter sent to Mr John Megas, General Manager of IIlawarra Taxi Network (798kb pdf)    

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Shooters Fishers & Farmers Party say “Support the New South Wales taxi industry”

Shooters Fishers & Farmers Party say “Support the New South Wales taxi industry”

Sign the petition and help us get 10,000 signatures to debate this issue in Parliament so that the taxi industry receives the rightful compensation it deserves. In 2018, the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party declared its support for the Taxi Owners Small Business Association (TOSBA). We believe that everyone […]

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Taxi and Uber fares to jump after levy passes parliament on unfair buyback in WA

As stated in WA Today, WA’s on-demand transport industry is set for its biggest shakeup ever following the passage of the historic reforms through parliament on Thursday evening. The reforms include a 10 per cent levy on all taxi, rideshare and small charter vehicle fares to pay […]

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Melbourne cab drivers sue Uber for $500 million in damages and ‘lost profits’

As stated at 9News.com.au, Melbourne cab drivers are suing Uber for $500 million, claiming the ride sharing giant deprived them of their livelihoods. The class action law suit, set to be filed in the coming weeks, will look to recover profits allegedly lost during Uber’s operation in […]

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Pauline Hanson’s One Nation set to form an alliance with Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation is forming an alliance with a gun owners’ rights party that could shake up politics in Australia’s biggest state. The Shooters, Fishers and Farmers won their first ever New South Wales seat in 2016, bagging the electorate of Orange in the state’s central […]

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Suicides Get Taxi Drivers Talking: ‘I’m Going to Be One of Them’

Suicides in New York triggers council to approve cap on Uber and other rideshare vehicles As stated in The New York Times – By Emma G. Fitzsimmons  on Oct. 2, 2018: Both men were longtime taxi drivers from Romania. Both were worried about paying their bills as Uber […]

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Wheels come off Merimbula, Eden taxi service

Can’t sell the taxi business Eden and Merimbula residents and visitors to the area will be left without a taxi service when the existing service closes its doors on October 14. More than a way for people to get home after a night out, the local taxi […]

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WA MPs condemn ride-share company Uber

Daniel Mercer stating in The West Australian on Thursday, 20 September 2018 makes it clear that State Government MPs have torn strips off ride-sharing company Uber, labelling it a “cheat” and a “law breaker” ahead of moves to legalise its operations in WA. With the Lower House […]

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