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PACKING up and taking off does not have to remain a dream with the range of Seachange Caravans.
WILL the once-famous Panhard return to the streets of Paris and beyond? more »
THE CX-5 is proving yet another hit for Mazda, with thousands sold since its launch in March – and about 40 per cent of them have been diesels. more »
THE Veloster has nothing in common with a rhinoceros. Or a hyena. more »
THERE are two built and sold every minute somewhere in the world, which explains total Toyota Corolla sales of 39 million since ‘gen one’ back in 1966. more »
FORD'S new Focus has plenty to recommend it. ushering in a dynamic new look with real cut-through on the street and a classy new interior featuring its acclaimed kinetic design language. more »
IN France, what the gendarmes want, the gendarmes get – and thank goodness for that. more »
IT started decades back with the plucky Peugeot 205 and has ratcheted up since with three generations of premium light cars, all with the ‘two oh’ prefix, winding up with the 208. more »
ALL Boats and Caravans were well represented at this year’s recent Mandurah Boat Show. more »
MOTORCYCLING is making rapid inroads, and naturally, so is motorbike racing. more »
WE have been waiting for a while to drive this little puppy and got the chance last week in Wolfsburg, the home of Volkswagen. more »
EVERY once in a while we tootle off to Dome for breakfast. more »
CATCH a great deal on boats, accessories, electronics and fishing gear when you visit All Boats and Caravans at this weekend’s Mandurah Boat Show. more »
WHO wants sports car performance in a tough offroader? more »
LARGE cars have been a major victim of the GFC, rising costs and resultant market shake-ups, but with around 80,000 sales a year, they still have a future, and Toyota is tackling it with its just-refurbished Aurion. 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.