Uber pays just over $400000 tax in Australia over three years - Sydney Morning Herald

Uber – the Silicon Valley technology giant with a market valuation of over US$60 billion – paid just over $403,000 tax in Australia over a three-year period. Uber's response to questions it took on notice at the Senate inquiry into corporate tax ...

Uber banned from operating in Australia's Northern Territory - International Business Times UK

Uber is banned from operating in Australia's Northern Territory (NT). While the ride-sharing company operates legally in other parts of the country such as New South Wales, Western Australia and the Australian Capital Territory, the NT government has ...

Uber banned from Australia's Northern Territory - BBC News

Car-hire service Uber will not be allowed to operate in Australia's Northern Territory (NT), reported the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. The NT government announced reforms to the taxi industry but said it would not be making legislative changes ...

Uber spokesman a 'spoiled brat': NT govt - NEWS.com.au

Uber spokesman a 'spoiled brat': NT govt. The NT government has announced it won't be changing existing regulations until the NT's troubled taxi industry has had time to implement new reforms. It also wants to see how other states and territories ...

Uber snub fallout worsens, as NT Transport Minister and company executive trade barbs - ABC Online

The fallout from the government decision to bar ride-sharing service Uber from the Northern Territory has deepened, with the Transport Minister describing the company's representative as a "spoiled brat" during an interview. On Tuesday, the ABC ...

NT Government won't allow Uber and other point-to-point ride-sharing services to operate in Territory - NT News

The Northern Territory Government will not be allowing point-to-point ride-sharing services such as Uber to operate in the Territory. They are also holding off on increasing the cap on the number of taxi licenses in Darwin and Katherine. Minister for ...

Uber suffers setback in Australia after being banned from the Northern Territory - Mashable

Uber may have won over Australian states including New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, but the company is facing a hold out in the far north. On Monday, the government of the Northern Territory announced it would not be making any ...

Uber drivers earning millions despite being illegal - The New Daily

Drivers with Uber generated $20 million in income in 2015 in one Australian city despite the popular ride-sharing service still being illegal there. A study released on Monday by Uber claimed that Melbourne drivers shared millions of dollars of revenue ...

Ride-sharing company Uber banned by Northern Territory Government - ABC Online

Ride-sharing service Uber will be banned from operating in the Northern Territory, the NT Government has announced. Key points: Cabinet shot down proposal to legalise Uber in the NT; Company says NT risks being left behind; NT Taxi Council pleased, ...