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1924 TS Douglas Motorcycle Stolen From Queensland Restorer

SUN, 3 JUL, 2016

Queensland Police have appealed for public assistance following the theft of a very rare, restored historic motorcycle from Roma, central Queensland.

Criminal History Common Among Repeat High-range Speeders: QUT

MON, 25 MAY, 2015

Drivers caught repeatedly exceeding speed limits in the high-range category are more likely to have a criminal history away from the roads, a new s...

Victoria: Police Considering Mobile Camera Network To Monitor Vehicles

MON, 27 APR, 2015

Police in Victoria plan to introduce a network of car-mounted cameras in an effort to monitor the state’s ‘most wanted’ motorists.

Takata Airbag Whistle-Blower Prepared To Testify: Report

FRI, 6 FEB, 2015

A former Takata engineer who blew the whistle on his employer’s potentially dangerous airbag issues is reportedly prepared to stand up and te...

Modern Car Computers A Growing Focus For Hackers: Report

SAT, 20 DEC, 2014

‘Car hacking’ is increasingly on the minds of the world’s carmakers, and a new report suggests cars that possess the most modern ...

NSW: Drug Driving On The Rise, NRMA Calls For Tougher Penalties

TUE, 25 NOV, 2014

Drug driving in New South Wales is on the rise, NSW Police figures reveal, and the NRMA is pointing the blame at insufficient penalties&n...

Claim That Takata ‘Covered Up’ Faulty Airbag Test Results: Report

TUE, 11 NOV, 2014

Japanese parts manufacturer Takata, currently at the centre of a massive global recall for defective airbags, reportedly knew about the faults but ...

NSW Govt Warns Of Fake Speeding Ticket Scam

SUN, 9 NOV, 2014

The New South Wales Government has warned of a fake speeding ticket scam, circulated in emails around the state this week.

NSW: Odometer Tampering Fines Double, New Motor Dealers Act

FRI, 26 SEP, 2014

Motor dealers in New South Wales caught tampering with odometer readings will soon face tougher penalties.

Victoria: Police Operation Nabs Alleged Demerit Point Dealers

SAT, 20 SEP, 2014

Police in Victoria have arrested 16 people following a four-month investigation into 'demerit point trading’.