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AAA Welcomes Fuel Tax Inquiry But Concerned About Limitations

9.7.2001

The Executive Director of the Australian Automobile Association, Lauchlan McIntosh, has welcomed the appointment of an expert panel to conduct the long-awaited fuel tax inquiry. Read more of AAA Welcomes Fuel Tax Inquiry But Concerned About Limitations

Infrastructure Report Card Highlights Urgent Need For National Roads Corporation

5.7.2001

The release today of the Australian Infrastructure Report Card for 2001 highlights the continuing poor state of many of Australia's road and the urgent need for better national planning and management. Read more of Infrastructure Report Card Highlights Urgent Need For National Roads Corporation

Petrol Prices Rise In May Despite Stable World Oil Prices And Rising Dollar

14.6.2001

The latest national petrol price monitoring conducted by FuelTrac and released by the Australian Automobile Association today shows an increase in prices in virtually all centres during May. Read more of Petrol Prices Rise In May Despite Stable World Oil Prices And Rising Dollar

Petrol Prices Continue Steady Rise

23.5.2001

The latest petrol price monitoring figures for April from FuelTrac show average rises of up to 2 cents per litre throughout most of Australia, despite a 10-cent hike imposed by oil companies in many centres over Easter. Read more of Petrol Prices Continue Steady Rise

AAA Welcomes National Roads Strategy Which Should Lead To More Funding

23.5.2001

The Australian Automobile Association has welcomed a commitment from Transport Minister John Anderson to work with other levels of government on developing a national strategy for roads. Read more of AAA Welcomes National Roads Strategy Which Should Lead To More Funding

Motorists Will Not Pay For Oil Companies to Upgrade Their Refineries

23.5.2001

While welcoming the Government's decision to introduce cleaner fuels from next year, the Australian Automobile Association has flatly rejected suggestions that motorists should pay more for the fuel to cover the cost of upgrading refineries. Read more of Motorists Will Not Pay For Oil Companies to Upgrade Their Refineries