Transport and Freight operators travelling to South Australia as an existing Essential Travellers – will need to complete the online registration process.
When filling out the online form you need to provide a short description of why you meet the selected criteria, this should include:
– The name of the company you drive for
– A description of your vehicle (i.e. B Double)
– The general route and regularity of your travel
– A general description of what you transport.
The new online process it is not intended to deviate from the current practice at the border.
Transport and freight drivers are encouraged to apply as soon as they can to obtain their status under the new system, however largely those drivers operating across borders should feel little if any change.
Once drivers have received their email confirming approval as an essential traveller, presentation of the email advice to police border patrols will streamline the processing further.
It is critical that sufficient information is provided or the application may require re-submission or not receive the appropriate status.
Have you seen this vehicle? This Ford F250, registered number B64UJ was stolen f…
Have you seen this vehicle? This Ford F250, registered number B64UJ was stolen from the intersection of Richmond Road and Tea Tree Road, Richmond some time between 5:30pm and 7:10pm yesterday.
Police request any witnesses to the stealing of this vehicle to contact 131 444 and provide any information that may assist with locating this vehicle.
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“Having decided not to recontest the next election, I can confirm that I have advised the prime minister that the end of this year would be an appropriate time for an orderly transition in my portfolio,” he said in a statement.
“Before handing over the baton, there is another six months or so of…
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Coronavirus safety measures mean the count was much slower than usual and many people lodged the votes before Saturday.
With 77 per cent of the vote counted, Labor’s Kristy McBain has a narrow lead of 51.04 per cent on projected preference flows while Liberal Fiona Kotvojs is expected to take 48.96 per cent, according to…
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