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Livestock haulier is handed four-year ban

AN OBAN livestock haulier who knowingly broke the law to make false records of his driving duties has been disqualified from running and driving HGVs for four years.

Industry regulator Joan Aitken said Donald Mackay, 44, of Kilmore, had been the author of his own misfortune and that his actions had undermined safe and fair haulage.

In a written judgement issued after a public inquiry in Edinburgh last month, Ms Aitken concluded that it had suited Mackay financially and commercially to make false records and extend his hours.

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