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Commonwealth Must Repay Motorists $3 Billion In Road Funding

19.2.2001

The Australian National Audit Office report released yesterday is a damning indictment of successive Transport Ministers since 1993 who have failed to ensure that there has been a full and proper allocation of funds to national highways. Read more of Commonwealth Must Repay Motorists $3 Billion In Road Funding

Prime Minister Should Check His Figures

5.2.2001

The Australian Automobile Association has invited the Prime Minister to go back and check his figures before again claiming he cannot afford to pay for a road package and an excise cut. Association Executive Director, Lauchlan McIntosh, said that if the Prime Minister did check the figures he would find they didn’t add up. Read more of Prime Minister Should Check His Figures

Motorists Hit With Highest Ever Petrol Tax Indexation Increase

31.1.2001

The Australian Automobile Association has today expressed anger and disappointment over the Government’s decision to go ahead and impose the full indexation increase on petrol tax tomorrow. Read more of Motorists Hit With Highest Ever Petrol Tax Indexation Increase

AAA Renews Call For Government To Review Petrol Tax

24.1.2001

With the announcement that petrol prices will rise in February by almost 2 cents/litre following the release today of the December quarter CPI, AAA is calling on the Government to review its stance on the indexation of petrol excise. Read more of AAA Renews Call For Government To Review Petrol Tax

High December City/Country Petrol Price Variations to Be Raised With Government

15.1.2001

The Australian Automobile Association has released the December petrol price monitoring figures, which reveal variations of up to 21 cents between city and country prices. Read more of High December City/Country Petrol Price Variations to Be Raised With Government