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Government Must End Indexation Discrimination

2.2.2000

The Australian Automobile Association has called on the Commonwealth Government to stop discriminating against motorists through petrol indexation. Read more of Government Must End Indexation Discrimination

Prime Minister's Infrastructure Renewal Program Welcome

2.2.2000

The Australian Automobile Association has today welcomed the Prime Minister's commitment to "the renewal of national physical and intellectual infrastructure" given in his Federation speech. Read more of Prime Minister's Infrastructure Renewal Program Welcome

AAA Staff Restructure and Appointments Announced

20.12.1999

The Executive Director of the AAA announced today the results of a restructure at the AAA, the national body of the Australian motoring clubs. Read more of AAA Staff Restructure and Appointments Announced

National Road Rules Show Australian Maturity

3.12.1999

"The decision by Australian Governments to introduce national road rules from 1 December demonstrates a maturity in State and Federal relationships;" the Executive Director of the Australian Automobile Association, Lauchlan McIntosh said today. Read more of National Road Rules Show Australian Maturity

Petrol Prices, Damned Lies and Statistics

24.11.1999

The ACCC report into petrol prices released by the Minister for Financial Services and Regulations, Joe Hockey, obscures some important facts, according to the Executive Director of the Australian Automobile Association, Mr Lauchlan McIntosh. Read more of Petrol Prices, Damned Lies and Statistics

Reform Fatigue Hits Motorists in Regional Australia

24.9.1999

"The decision by the Minister for Industry, Science and Resources, Senator Minchin, to abandon the reform process in the petroleum retail market is extremely disappointing and will hit regional motorists hard," said Lauchlan McIntosh, Executive Director of the Australian Automobile Association (AAA). Read more of Reform Fatigue Hits Motorists in Regional Australia