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WHAT can one buy for $13,990 drive-away these days? more »
TOYOTA’S FJ Cruiser is very PC. By which we mean Personnel Carrier – not armoured perhaps, but a swivelling machinegun mount wouldn’t look out of place on the roof.
DON’T let your boat sit dormant this winter, says keen boatie and All Boat Business owner Maz Yahiya, who has some great ideas to keep you busy during the cooler months. more »
WHO needs hybrid power or a small turbo motor to boost fuel economy? more »
NISSAN’S Navara was a step ahead of its rivals when it first appeared many years ago – and today it’s still at the top of its game, accounting for about a quarter of the national 4x4 dual-cab ute market. more »
TOYOTA’S Prius has been around for a while – since 1997 – and more than 3.5 million of them have been sold worldwide. more »
AYRTON Senna was a really nice guy, and the only other FI driver to send Alan Jones a Christmas card.
ALORS! Citroen has popped a new turbo-petrol engine into its delectable C5 and added a new low price of $35,990 to tempt folk with a taste for exotic fare from France.
DOES the idea of launching your own boat seem daunting to you? more »
MANY Australian motorists have never exceeded 100km/h, most have no idea of what ABS really is or does, and pitifully few would know what to do if their car got into a slide. more »
JUST what the Australian new car market needs – another compact SUV. But in this case, the answer is ‘yes please’. more »
RENAULT, a brand usually associated with small cars and big buses, is making rapid inroads in Australia with an expanded range of vehicles, including some long, luxurious lovelies with lots of charisma. more »
GREAT Wall is about to tick over 20,000 sales in this country, many of them the X200/240 SUV. more »
THE Cruze is one of Holden's biggest success stories. more »
QUINTREX’S all-new alloy 650 Spirit walk-thru cuddy cabin model appeals as a top-rate offshore fishing outfit for local waters. 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 Erienne Lette with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Dog Refuge update.