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Nissan exec Greg Kelly released on bail in Japan

Nissan exec Greg Kelly released on bail in Japan

Television footage captured the bespectacled Kelly, slowly walking out of the detention centre on Christmas Day.

  • by Mari Yamaguchi

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Public holiday parking: Here's what you need to know

Public holiday parking: Here's what you need to know

Here's how to get free parking on a public holiday, to make your day off even better.

  • by Anthony Colangelo
Police operation recovers seven stolen vehicles in Queanbeyan
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Police operation recovers seven stolen vehicles in Queanbeyan

Six cars and a motorcycle were recovered after police searched a Queanbeyan home

Speed limits could drop to 40km/h under new transport strategy
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Speed limits could drop to 40km/h under new transport strategy

'On ya bike!' (or bus, or light rail) is the message from the ACT government.

  • by Sally Whyte
Split committee finds CTP bill lacking detail on external reviews
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Split committee finds CTP bill lacking detail on external reviews

According to the draft legislation, injured parties can only apply for an external review after their claim has been internally reviewed by the insurer.

  • by Katie Burgess
Motorists set for more delays on Northbourne Ave
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Motorists set for more delays on Northbourne Ave

Parts of Northbourne Avenue have shown "considerable deterioration" and need to be resurfaced to avoid more significant upgrades in the future.

  • by Dan Jervis-Bardy
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Prosecutors indict Nissan's former chairman for under-reporting pay
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Prosecutors indict Nissan's former chairman for under-reporting pay

Former chairman Carlos Ghosn, as well as another executive and the automaker itself, have been charged with violating financial laws.

Luxury car brand Maserati rolls into Canberra
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Luxury car brand Maserati rolls into Canberra

Maserati's Canberra dealership will stock the brand's complete range of cars, including the new Levante 350.

  • by Dan Jervis-Bardy & Peter Brewer
What happens when a reluctant driver gets behind the wheel of a Maserati?
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What happens when a reluctant driver gets behind the wheel of a Maserati?

The Canberra Times journalist Dan Jervis-Bardy went for a spin in a Maserati. He's not a car person...

  • by Dan Jervis-Bardy
Flashback 1948: We test drive the first Holden
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Flashback 1948: We test drive the first Holden

70 years ago, the Herald caused a stir when we took the first commercially available Holden for a spin through Sydney.

  • by Staff
Flashback 1948: The first Australian car rolls off the assembly line
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Flashback 1948: The first Australian car rolls off the assembly line

70 years ago today, 1000 guests joined Prime Minister Ben Chifley for the unveiling of what would prove to be an enduring icon of Australian motoring: the Holden car.

  • by Staff Writers