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Stuart Bocking interviews Roy Wakelin-King

Roy Wakelin-King Discusses the Harper Review with Stuart Bocking on 2UE

02 April 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
Listen to 2UE's Stuart Bocking discuss the recommendations with NSW Taxi Council CEO, Roy Wakelin-King. read more
The NSW Taxi Council rejects the findings the Competition Policy Review Final Report released today

NSW Taxi Council Rejects Competition Policy Review Findings

31 March 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council rejects the findings the Competition Policy Review Final Report released today. read more
Sydney Royal Easter Show 2015

Grab A Cab For Sydney's Royal Easter Show

26 March 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
Sydney’s iconic Royal Easter Show at Sydney Olympic Park is one of NSW’s premier events, attracting close to 900,000 people every year, including over 21,000 overseas visitors. read more
Alan Jones discusses the taxi industry on 2GB

Alan Jones Discusses the Taxi Industry on 2GB

25 March 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
On Tuesday 24 March, Alan Jones discussed live on radio 2GB the regulated taxi industry and the ongoing prosecution of UberX drivers for providing unaccredited and illegal public transport services. read more
Melbourne will host the 2015 ATIA National Conference

Australian Taxi Industry Association National Conference

17 March 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
Opening on Sunday 19 April with a Welcome Reception, the Business Program runs from Monday 20 April to Wednesday 22 April. read more
NSW Taxi Industry Manifesto for the NSW Election and beyond

A Strong and Viable Future for NSW Taxis

13 March 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
“A strong and viable future” was the theme for the NSW Taxi Industry Association (TIA) Special General Meeting held a Wolli Creek on Monday 9 March, with the industry reinforcing its commitment to being part of the public transport system for the people of NSW. read more
The NSW Taxi Industry Association (TIA) has announced a pre-election Special General Meeting for its members.

NSW Taxi Industry Makes Its Voice Heard

05 March 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Industry Association (TIA) has announced a pre-election Special General Meeting for its members. read more
GM Cabs has been welcomed into the NSW Taxi Council

GM Cabs A Welcome Addition To The Taxi Council Ranks

05 March 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council today announced that the authorised Sydney taxi network, GM Cabs, has joined the NSW Taxi Council as its latest member. read more
Uber X drivers are facing criminal charges in February 2015

Uber's Hollow Economic Rhetoric

12 February 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council has questioned the veracity of Uber’s extravagant claims regarding economic growth and job creation. read more
2015 Asian Cup

Australian Football Achieves Success on and off the Pitch

09 February 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
As proud supporters of the 2015 Asian Cup Football Tournament, the NSW Taxi Council congratulates the Asian Football Confederation and the Local Organising Committee (LOC) for an outstanding tournament. read more

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Disney Promotion Fined By Government Bureaucracy

22 September 2016 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council today called on the NSW Government to urgently review the compliance approach undertaken by the NSW Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) towards the taxi industry after the heavy read more
Compulsory Third Party Insurance Reform Crucial to a Fair Go

Compulsory Third Party Insurance Reform Crucial to a Fair Go

20 September 2016 | NSW Taxi Council
The present CTP scheme is poorly structured, does not reflect the changing nature of the commercial use of vehicles, is highly inefficient and leads to protracted legal disputes which results in premiums being much higher than what is necessary. read more
2ser

NSW Taxi Council Discusses Plans for Automated Taxi Services on 2SER Radio

19 September 2016 | NSW Taxi Council
2SER breakfast presenter Nic Healey interviewed NSW Taxi Council CEO Roy Wakelin-King to discuss automated vehicles in the taxi industry, the importance of providing choice for customers and the role of drivers into the future. read more

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