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AAA Sees “More Work Needed” in Fuel Tax Reform

17.12.2003

The Australian Automobile Association, while describing the Government's overhaul of the fuel excise system as a step in the right direction, has called for further reform. Read more of AAA Sees “More Work Needed” in Fuel Tax Reform

Fixing the Nation's Roads a "Necessary Expense" for $7.5 Billion Surplus

1.10.2003

The Australian Automobile Association has welcomed the Treasurer's undertaking that there would only be tax cuts if there was any money left over from the $7.5 billion after 'meeting necessary expenses'. Read more of Fixing the Nation's Roads a "Necessary Expense" for $7.5 Billion Surplus

Worldwide Motoring and Touring Clubs Focus on Improved Member Benefits and Services

1.10.2003

The 2003 General Assembly of the Alliance Internationale de Tourisme (AIT), to be held in Melbourne next week, will bring together delegates from 50 countries, representing over 110 million motoring and touring members. Read more of Worldwide Motoring and Touring Clubs Focus on Improved Member Benefits and Services

Australia to be Showcased as Safe, Secure Tourist Destination

28.9.2003

Over 110 million motoring and touring club members from around the world will be represented at an international conference in Melbourne next month. Read more of Australia to be Showcased as Safe, Secure Tourist Destination

AAA Reacts to Comments by the Member for Dawson

11.9.2003

The Executive Director of the Australian Automobile Association, Lauchlan McIntosh, expressed surprise and dismay over claims by the Federal Member for Dawson, De-Anne Kelly, that his Association had somehow allowed sub-standard vehicles, unable to use ethanol blends, into Australia. Read more of AAA Reacts to Comments by the Member for Dawson

Call for Ethanol Industry Transparency

25.7.2003

The Australian Automobile Association has called on the Federal Government to impose greater transparency in the pricing of ethanol and ethanol blended fuels. Read more of Call for Ethanol Industry Transparency