ANTHONY and Danyelle Haigh are making the most of a rare sojourn at home in Allora when Big Rigs caught up with Australia's busiest water drillers.
PETER Ward, now 95, says coming out of retirement to make his daily vegetable deliveries was the best decision he's ever made.
TECHNOLOGICAL advances are streamlining the way VicRoads heavy vehicle enforcement officers target repeat offenders on the state's roads.
WASTING needless hours - and money - looking for the right part to fix a trailer defect could soon be a headache of the past.
LINDBURG said the alarming dropout rates could be attributed to three key categories: environment, wage and government incentives (or lack thereof).
The HVNL amendment that came into effect on October 1 around the new CoR requirements for the heavy vehicle industry are causing needless panic.
DAVID Phillips loves putting a smile on a truckie's face each time they pull up to his mobile espresso van at the Yelgun rest interchange.
FOR nearly 30 years now WA contractor Garth Stockden has been fighting for space at the Wubin road train assembly area about 280km north of Perth.
QUEENSLAND Trucking Association CEO Gary Mahon said the government should reinstall the same policy it had in place from March, 2005.
DAY-BY-DAY, hour-by-hour. That's how Carla Collins, the devastated daughter of Chris Kurz, says she's learning to cope with the tragic loss of her beloved dad.