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ROAD CRASHES CLAIM THE LIVES ON SEVEN PEOPLE ON FATALITY FREE FRIDAY

ROAD CRASHES CLAIM THE LIVES ON SEVEN PEOPLE ON FATALITY FREE FRIDAY

Despite nationwide efforts to record zero fatalities on the roads yesterday, seven people were killed in crashes across the country. Read more...


FATALITY FREE FRIDAY 2015: AUSTRALIANS IMPLORED TO SAVE LIVES ON THE ROAD

FATALITY FREE FRIDAY 2015: AUSTRALIANS IMPLORED TO SAVE LIVES ON THE ROAD

Tomorrow marks the ninth anniversary of the country’s largest community road safety day, Fatality Free Friday. Read more...


WORLD RECORD PURSUIT TO RAISE AWARENESS FOR ROAD FATALITIES

WORLD RECORD PURSUIT TO RAISE AWARENESS FOR ROAD FATALITIES

Hit-and-run victim joins safety advocates and state dignitary to drive road safety message home Read more...


Fatality Free Friday Focuses on Safer Roads

Fatality Free Friday Focuses on Safer Roads

Logan residents are being urged to take care on the roads as part of a national road safety campaign being held next week. Read more...


South Melbourne Football Club Talks Fatality Free Friday 2015

South Melbourne Football Club Talks Fatality Free Friday 2015

In the lead up to Fatality Free Friday 2015, players from the SMFC talk about the importance of road safety Read more...


ESSENDON FOOTBALL CLUB HELP RAISE AWARENESS OF THE HUMAN COST OF ROAD TRAUMA

ESSENDON FOOTBALL CLUB HELP RAISE AWARENESS OF THE HUMAN COST OF ROAD TRAUMA

Kia Safety Ambassadors implore fans to take the Fatality Free Friday pledge In a bid to save lives on Victorian roads, Adam Cooney, Michael Hurley and Heath Hocking of Essendon FC will put their star power to good use by encouraging road users to make a safety pledge ahead of Fatality Free Friday. Read more...


ROAD SAFETY ADVOCATES JOIN FORCES WITH FAMILY OF TRAUMA VICTIM

ROAD SAFETY ADVOCATES JOIN FORCES WITH FAMILY OF TRAUMA VICTIM

Drivers implored to take Fatality Free Friday pledge ahead of national safety day Leading road safety advocates along with Transport for NSW and NSW Police will take the Fatality Free Friday pledge today, ahead of the national safety initiative this week. Read more...