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ACMA


Calls for Submissions From the Public

ACMA
Submissions
Submissions about possible short to medium term changes to the current arrangements for allocating smartnumbers to improve allocative efficiency must be received by...

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The Mercury

It's early days for Uber but taxis are still waiting to feel the pinch | The ...
The Mercury
HOBART taxi drivers say they are yet to feel any negative impact from the much-heralded Uber launch a week ago.

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Traveller

Where are the world's worst taxis?
Traveller
In a recent survey, a London Cabs website put the finger on the taxi drivers of Kuala Lumpur as the world's worst – and the Kuala Lumpur Sentral Taxi Drivers Association agreed. "There are too many taxi drivers out there, and easy to be one of them," ...
EDITORIAL – Taxis, taxpayers and tourists: Who's being taken for a ...Cayman Compass

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The Australian Financial Review

Move over Uber, London Rides set to disrupt taxi industry
The Australian Financial Review
London Rides has partnered with local taxi and ridesharing app GoCatch to provide hire cars in the shape of spacious London cabs at the same price as regular taxis. London Rides co-owner Ross Pendergast said the London cabs will appeal to customers ...



Taxis waiting to feel the pinch from Uber
Gold Coast Bulletin
However, local taxi driver Abdel Ahmad told the Mercury Uber was taking his customers “at the airport”. And taxi operator Ewen Bleathman, who has been driving cabs in Hobart for more than a decade, said Uber would “bugger the industry”. The number of ...



NEWS.com.au

Flying river taxis could soon be seen floating along the Parramatta ...
NEWS.com.au
WITH futuristic plans for light rail, roads and cycleways in our city, there may just be a main thoroughfare with the potential to ease congestion right under our ...

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The Cairns Post

Police investigating after Cairns passenger struck by taxi which dropped him home
The Cairns Post
Ben Cribbin said he was crossing the street towards his Bruce Highway unit on Saturday when the taxi which had just bought him from Fretwell Park allegedly performed a quick U-turn and hit him, sending him flying over the bonnet and onto the road.

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Newstalk 106-108 fm

HSE has spent almost €90m on taxis since 2012 | Newstalk
Newstalk 106-108 fm
The executive is spending nearly €50000 on taxi services every day.

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Telegraph.co.uk

999 service turns to taxis after running out of ambulances
Telegraph.co.uk
One of Britain's biggest ambulance services has started using taxis to take patients to hospital due to a shortage of emergency vehicles.

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dailytelegraph.com.au

We test run the new 13CABS app
dailytelegraph.com.au
Taxis Combined, ABC and South Western have combined as 13CABS in an attempt to deliver a more consistent service to Sydneysiders. 13CABS has launched a phone app to compete with Uber. 13CABS has now launched a mobile booking app in their bid ...



ABC Online

Tasmanian taxpayers spend $38k to send hospital patients home in taxis, documents reveal
ABC Online
Tasmanian patients with no way to get home from hospital are being put in taxis, with some racking up fares of more than $600 to cross the state as taxpayers foot the bill. Almost 1,000 patients got cabs home from two of Tasmania's four hospitals in a ...


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