Category Archives: truckCare

Weekly News – China live trade agreement, funding grants for women in agriculture…

CHINA LIVE TRADE AGREEMENT Federal Minister for Agriculture, the Hon Barnaby Joyce MP, this week announced a new agreement with China that establishes Australia as the first country with market access for live feeder and slaughter cattle. The agreement includes … Continue reading

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Weekly News – National Ramp Guidelines for public consultation

Click here to download the latest ALRTA Newsletter or read up on … NATIONAL RAMP GUIDELINES – PUBLIC CONSULTATION PHASE The ALRTA Ramps Working Group met this week and approved the final draft ramp guidelines to be released for a 4 … Continue reading

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Weekly News – A win on ABS exemption for A-Trailers, Proposed AFM template, New leaders for NHVR

Click here to download the latest ALRTA Newsletter or read up on … 2015 ALREADY IN FULL SWING I hope you managed to have a break over the holiday period, and if you didn’t, I do hope you at least made … Continue reading

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Should truckCare be ‘locked in’ by our Constitution?

Knowing that Farmer’s report was on its way, National Council and the National Executive began their preparations several weeks ago. Our appearance as witnesses in the Senate, and our recent meetings with LiveCorp and ALEC have been part of that.

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ALRTA Issues and Directions Paper: Effluent Spill from Livestock Crates

Objectives of this paper : To understand the problem; To consider the adverse affects and risks that it represents; To consider the solutions proposed to date; To recommend a more practical solution; and To identify areas for further attention.

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