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Lowest Easter long weekend fuel prices won’t be in Adelaide
5 days ago

Lowest Easter long weekend fuel prices won’t be in Adelaide

Fuel prices are likely to fall before the Easter long weekend but by no more than 5-8c/l from an expensive top of the cycle, experts warn.

And if the low …
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State Government dumps RAA plan for online real-time fuel pricing tool
3 weeks ago

State Government dumps RAA plan for online real-time fuel pricing tool

The State Government has abandoned plans to collaborate with the RAA to develop an online real-time fuel pricing resource.

RAA Senior Manager Future Mobility Mark Borlace has described the move …
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Motormouth reveals its top 20 petrol stations for cheap fuel
2 months ago

Motormouth reveals its top 20 petrol stations for cheap fuel

The nation’s unofficial price watchdog Motormouth — which operates an app showing motorists where cheap fuel is in their local area — studied what happened during all nine price spiking …
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SA Government moves to licence servos
3 months ago

SA Government moves to licence servos

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Earlier this week, ACAPMA attended a meeting called by the South Australian Environment Protection Authority (EPA) together with other industry stakeholders.

At the meeting, senior government representatives advised that the …
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Petrol prices soar to four-year high, shooting above 164c per litre causing massive queues at stations across Adelaide
7 months ago

Petrol prices soar to four-year high, shooting above 164c per litre causing massive queues at stations across Adelaide

PETROL prices have soared to a four-year high, with motorists staring down the barrel of prices in excess of 164c a litre across the city.

Petrol stations across Adelaide …
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Company owned by SA’s Shahin family fined $28,000 for illegal dumping of toxic petrol station soil in Adelaide Hills

Sean Fewster, 26 April 2016

A COMPANY belonging to Adelaide’s Shahin family has been fined $28,000 over the unlawful dumping of toxic soil at Mount Compass.

On Tuesday, the Environment, …
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RAA wants laws forcing petrol retailers to reveal real-time prices on APPs
3 years ago

RAA wants laws forcing petrol retailers to reveal real-time prices on APPs

David Nankervis, 16 April 2016

FUEL retailers should be forced to reveal their petrol prices online to help drivers find the cheapest service station in their neighbourhood, the RAA has …
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Many country fuel retailers failing to pass on cheaper petrol prices, RAA survey says
3 years ago

Many country fuel retailers failing to pass on cheaper petrol prices, RAA survey says

David Nankervis, 09 March 2016

HOLIDAY-MAKERS are at risk of being ripped of this Easter because many country fuel retailers are failing to pass on cheaper petrol prices, according to …
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On The Run owners the Shahin family, Wendy’s owners in court fight over use of Wendy’s brand
3 years ago

On The Run owners the Shahin family, Wendy’s owners in court fight over use of Wendy’s brand

Ken McGregor & Andrew Hough, 17 February 2016

ONE of the state’s richest families is involved in an expensive legal fight over the alleged improper sale of Wendy’s hotdogs, ice …
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Drunk and drugged driver steals petrol and rams patrol car at Wasleys, SA police say

07 February 2016

A NSW man believed to have been under the influence of drugs and alcohol has allegedly stolen petrol and crashed into two cars, including a police …
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