Staff at Morrisons in Newlands have been helping out in the community, by sending bags of 'goodies' to cab drivers working during lockdown.
The group alleges that the association's Council is Management freezing members out of the decision making process
Southside Cars based in Clifton said they are "a lifeline" for elderly people but many were fearful to ride in their cars when the infection started to spread across Nottinghamshire.
CarlisleCity Council is working to protect at-risk taxi/ private hire drivers and their passengers with the installation of screens in their vehicles.
A taxi driver from Bishop Auckland has finished his tour of County Durham care homes.
A PRIVATE hire firm has handed out more than £10,000 worth of discounts to the city’s key workers during lockdown.
“I’d just like to thank everyone who’s helped us. I think everyone knows we’re all good lads who are nice and polite and our customers have always known that too. "
North-east taxi drivers are starting up their engines to transport frontline workers and food parcels.
Scotland’s biggest taxi firm is taking new measures to reassure the public about cleanliness and safety.
More than 120 taxi drivers are refusing to buy new low emission cabs after making as little as £15 a day during the coronavirus pandemic.
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