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At least 40 new electric vehicle charging stations for ACT, NSW

At least 40 new electric vehicle charging stations for ACT, NSW

The stations are part of a $10 million network that aims to break down the barriers to electric vehicle adoption.

  • by Blake Foden

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VW fined $1.6bn by German prosecutors over emissions cheating

VW fined $1.6bn by German prosecutors over emissions cheating

The fine is the latest blow to Germany's auto industry which cannot seem to catch a break from the diesel emissions crisis.

  • by Edward Taylor and Andreas Cremer
Time to rethink your SUV? Australia's cars among the dirtiest, new report warns

Time to rethink your SUV? Australia's cars among the dirtiest, new report warns

Australia's cars are dirtier than in Europe and the US, thanks to Australians' love of big cars and a lag on clean energy reform.

  • by Timna Jacks
"Kicking up a lot of dust": Outback Car Trek reaches end of the road
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"Kicking up a lot of dust": Outback Car Trek reaches end of the road

Baked dirt roads, bumps and bugs - it's all in a day's work for drivers in the Royal Flying Doctors Service Outback Car Trek.

  • by Sarah Muller
Canberra households spend the most on owning and running vehicles
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Canberra households spend the most on owning and running vehicles

The average household is spending nearly $10 extra each week on vehicle registration and insurance, while we're still forking out the most on fuel.

  • by Blake Foden
Canberra mechanics to receive boost
Canberra

Canberra mechanics to receive boost

Independent mechanics in the capital could soon be legally required to receive crucial data from car manufacturers to help them compete.

  • by Andrew Brown
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Car sales profits drag down Automotive Holdings Group
Automotive Holdings

Car sales profits drag down Automotive Holdings Group

Tougher regulations around new and used car dealerships selling add-on insurance and financing have contributed to a heavy profit downgrade for AHG.

  • by Nick Toscano
'That's the way they do business': inside Hyundai heir's fight against activist investor
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'That's the way they do business': inside Hyundai heir's fight against activist investor

With one of the most tenacious activist investors breathing down his neck, Hyundai Motor Group's crown prince is preparing for a showdown.

  • by Sohee Kim
National icon driven around the bend

National icon driven around the bend

Holden is in poor health, raising doubts over its future.

  • by Toby Hagon
'We'll be left behind': Greens want 2030 ban on fossil-fuel car sales

'We'll be left behind': Greens want 2030 ban on fossil-fuel car sales

Sales of new petrol and diesel-powered cars would be banned by 2030 to spur take-up of electric vehicles, according to a Greens plan pitched at Batman voters.

  • by Peter Hannam