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They can charm snakes, deliver Meals on Wheels and save fish. And in the future you might find them turning their hands to plumbing or roof repairs...In Canberra, Colin Poore was called out to fix a broken-down Meals on Wheels van. Discovering it was
Thrifty is being examined by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission after complaints of a cover-up within the motorists' organisation. Tony D'Aloisio, last month, alleging that information about the sudden departure of a former Thrifty
United States is being trialled in Dubbo today and tomorrow, with the intention of introducing it across the nation if it is successful. CarFit, a program that specifically looks at adjusting a vehicle to suit the occupant, across the state free of
The call by Zachariah Matthews for sharia to be introduced shows that he misunderstands one of the fundamental principles on which this country is based, namely the rule of law (''Muslim leader wants elements of sharia in Australia'', March 8).
How does more than $3 for a litre of petrol sound? Steep, especially for struggling families in car-dependent suburbs, but according to the man who introduced some of America's toughest environmental standards, it reflects the real cost of our
Australia's two biggest car insurers face intensifying competition online, threatening their market share and underwriting profits. Despite having more than 70 per cent of the car insurance business, Suncorp-Metway and Insurance Australia Group are
IAG's net profit for the six months ended December 31 was $329 million, up from $4 million in the previous corresponding period. Its first-half insurance profit increased to $488 million, from $227 million, representing an improved insurance margin
Premier Kristina Keneally is reportedly planning a $150 billion transport upgrade, with minor additions to the CityRail network, Fairfax reported on Saturday. But Greens transport spokeswoman Lee Rhiannon said she had little hope of Labor delivering.
An explosion inside the shed...Hunter Valley winemaker, Mark Nelson, is concerned that faulty guttering caused the fire...Most houses in NSW have high-fronted guttering, which must be installed with a gap between the fascia and the bracketing to
Suncorp said it expected net profit for the first half of 2009/10 of $355 million and $375 million. "The improved result is primarily due to a strong contribution from the general insurance business which has benefited from more favourable weather