Ballarat licences worth triple buy-back offer: Armstrong

Ballarat licences worth triple buy-back offer: Armstrong

From: The Courier. Ballarat taxi owners say they deserve almost triple the state government’s $100,000 licence buy-back offer. Under the government’s proposal, taxi licence holders would receive $100,000 for their first license and $50,000 for their second, third and fourth licences. But Victorian Taxi ...

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Your taxi ride is about to get cheaper

Your taxi ride is about to get cheaper

From: News.com.au. SYDNEYSIDERS can expect to enjoy cheaper taxi rides under new laws aimed at helping drivers compete with Uber. In a radical change to how the state’s taxi industry is regulated, drivers will be allowed to turn off their ...

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Search for Sydney taxi attacker

Search for Sydney taxi attacker

From: News.com.au. Police are concerned for the safety of Sydney taxi drivers after three drivers were attacked in one day in the city’s inner suburbs. One man is believed to be behind the attacks which followed a similar pattern on ...

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Sydney’s taxis take the fight to Uber

Sydney’s taxis take the fight to Uber

From: The Australian.  Sydney taxis will be able to turn off their meters as part of a radical package of reforms designed to help them compete with ride­sharing firms such as Uber. Although new regulations haven’t been finalised, fare de­regulation ...

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Call for lower $2 Uber levy in country Vic

From: Nine News. A proposed $2 levy to compensate taxi drivers as Uber enters the market in Victoria should be lower in country areas of the state and have a specific end date, a parliamentary committee said. The Andrews Labor ...

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Polish taxi drivers protest against Uber

Polish taxi drivers protest against Uber

From: Yahoo News.  Warsaw (AFP) – Two thousand Polish taxi drivers on Monday snarled traffic in the capital Warsaw by driving at a snail’s pace to protest against competitors including the controversial ride-sharing app Uber. Traditional cab operators argue that ...

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