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GONE, gone, gone. Our little hybrid has Gone, gone, gone... gone back to Honda after several quality weeks in the driveway. more »
AUDI didn’t like it when I panned the original A1 as too expensive. The A1 Sport is still a fair old whack, but at least it delivers the goods. more »
BE prepared. That’s the scout motto, and it’s not a bad name for Skoda’s all-wheel-drive wagon in its Octavia range. Because the small wagon is more than its looks suggest. more »
ATTRACTION often leads to seduction, and that’s what Citroen is hoping its new C4 will do to buyers in the tough small car market. more »
THE trouble with involving a colour in a car’s name is that the car quite often is not of the same shade.
Remember the Datsun Bluebird of yesteryear? more »
WHEN it arrived earlier this year, the (Fiat) Abarth 695 Tributo Ferrari not only delivered red-hot performance, it also rushed out the door like no other bambino before. more »
JAZZ is pretty cool, music and car-wise. In Honda's case, its little Jazz, introduced all of 10 years ago, has been a big winner. more »
WHO needs hybrid power or a small turbo motor to boost fuel economy? more »
I WONDER if Juice Newton drives a Volkswagen Eos? more »
SELDOM do Australian engineers and designers get the chance to build a new vehicle for the world market, but that’s what happened with Ford's all-new Ranger. more »
LEADING Australian and international motorsport stars are in the diverse field of the 2011 Australasian Safari, which gets under way from Hillarys Boat Harbour on September 22. more »
IT’S amazing what they can get out of a small engine these days. more »
THE times sure are a’changing, and Australians are rapidly learning that the traditional big six cars are now about as sensible as a carbon tax. more »
REMEMBER the Passat R36? It was a powerful beast with a strong sporty trait and it was called that because it had a 3.6litre V6 under its bonnet. more »
THERE’S a big difference between learning how to drive, and how to pass a driving test. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly editor Denise Cahill with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly editor Denise Cahill with this week's Dog Refuge update.