This month Ford rolled its final vehicle out the factory doors while Holden manufactured its last ever Holden Cruze, the only remaining 4-cylinder Holden vehicle being manufactured in Australia.
The much anticipated Thunder Recovery range is here and ready to help you out of any sticky situation.
Winch recoveries can be fraught with danger but Dyneema rope and a quality winch can make your recovery as safe as possible.
Quantum Pro is fast becoming a preferred way of ordering aftermarket automotive parts online, as evidenced by a record month of sales for August, 2016.
Thunder helps take you places you’ve never been before, making adventure more affordable and accessible for up and coming 4WD enthusiast
The design patented OEX DXA433U alternator is changing the game for LandCruiser repairs, offering a quick and easy solution to switching regulator type within the alternator.
The earthquakes which struck Japan’s Kumamoto Prefecture on the island of Kyushu between April 14 and 16 have put a halt on production for major automotive manufacturers.
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Bruno Fornaroli scores a goal either side of half-time to secure Melbourne City a 2-1 win over Adelaide United at AAMI Park.
Joe Mennie's selection for the first Test squad may have shocked most of Australia, but the Redbacks bowler is confident he can do the job if given an opportunity.
Australian Rugby League Commission chairman John Grant tells Andrew Fifita he needs to start "behaving like an adult" and stop threatening to leave the NRL.
South Australia's Joe Mennie is on the cusp of a Test debut, so now is a perfect time to get to know Australia's newest big fast bowler.
Redbacks paceman Joe Mennie gets the nod over Tasmania's Jackson Bird for the first Test squad against South Africa as much for his lower-order batting as his bowling.
Former motorcycle world champion Wayne Gardner is released from custody in Japan after being accused of assaulting three men during a road rage incident.
From resting key players, to gifting code-hoppers selection, to scheduling near-concurrent international matches — Quentin Hull wonders what the Australian jersey stands for now.
The family of the late racehorse trainer Bart Cummings are pitted against one another in a court battle over the racing mogul's estate.
Bundesliga team Borussia Monchengladbach acknowledged how tough its name is for non-German speakers to write after a Scottish pub struggled to come to grips with it on its signage.
A report from the World Anti-Doping Agency has pointed to a number of serious failings with anti-doping procedures at the Rio Olympics.
Nico Rosberg has words with Bernie Ecclestone after Formula One's commercial supremo indicated the German might make a boring world champion.
With spearheads Starc and Hazlewood locked in for the first Test against South Africa, the selection panel must decide whether to name Siddle or Bird as third seamer.
Wallabies star Michael Hooper joins an exclusive group to claim the prestigious John Eales medal for the second time.
Cricket Australia says work is continuing on proposed one-day and T20 international leagues to reduce player workload.
All bodybuilders are on steroids and spend all day in the gym, right? Not exactly. Professional bodybuilder Tim Martin is here to answer (and correct) all the myths and stereotypes around his sport.
With the 2017 AFL fixture out in the wild, it is time to start preparing for the biggest games of the season. We have dug out a handful of dates you should keep free next year.
Thursday night footy is given a greater prominence in the 2017 AFL fixture, with Sydney and the Western Bulldogs the main beneficiaries of the league's new prime-time slot.
The Proteas have a knack of producing new players who surprise in a big way when given the limelight. So who are the new boys Australian fans should be wary of in the three-Test series?
Paralympian cyclist Carol Cooke appeals for the return of two of her gold medals after they are stolen from her car at Albert Park this morning.
As tickets go on sale for February's boxing match between Anthony Mundine and Danny Green, the State Opposition is pushing for the event to be declared as a major event to protect people from ticket scalpers.
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