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WHEN the wind’s a-howling and the rain is bucketing down and it feels like Armageddon has arrived, that’s when you want one of these vehicles sitting in the driveway. more »
WA amateur driver Steve Wyatt has made his mark in the opening round of the Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli by finishing on the podium at China’s Zhuhai race track last weekend in his Ferrari 458 Italia coupe. more »
BUY one, get three more free – that could be a sales pitch for the new Lexus CT 200h, the luxury brand’s first four-cylinder model and the first to sneak in under the $40,000 mark. more »
A NEW Chinese-made ute called the Foton is likely to be on the roads of Australia early next year. more »
GIULIETTA is a name that, like Romeo’s, gets my heart all a-flutter. more »
A WIN in the Experts Cup at Collie last weekend put a big smile on the face of Busselton Subaru Rally Team driver Leigh Hynes. more »
JEEPS were born in a period of war and, 70 years later, almost died in a war of another kind. more »
IF you’ve always wanted to have a go at the Australasian Safari, but were a bit hesitant, here’s a way to go on much of the same tough route, mix with the participants and experience it without having to take all the risks. more »
CAN I be totally frank here and say I wasn’t a fan of the first model Holden Captiva, in any variant? more »
MOTORSPORT fans got good value at Barbagallo Raceway with 18 events on the 37th annual Torque Trophy meeting. more »
HYUNDAI has a thing about place names. Some of its vehicles are named after cities in the cowboy states of the US, but with its ix35 it has taken a trip across the globe to Scotland. more »
EVER wanted to take on the likes of Craig Lowndes and Dakar veteran Bruce Garland? more »
COULD the new S60 D5 be the most complete car in the mid-to-large sector? more »
FIAT makes quite a few models of its delightful 500, among them the Convertible, Zagato and Abarth. more »
IS Kia’s Optima the hottie of the medium-sized car clan? 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 journalist Sarah Motherwell with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Dog Refuge update.