Operation Paint Job nabbed shops which were intentionally damaging vehicles to make fraudulent insurance claims.

Over 130 golfers from the motor industry helped raise money for the Day of Difference foundation.

If feels good to give back - why not help the industry bring on youngsters at Worldskills as a judge?

Toyota Australia's recent investigation into counterfeit brake pads has resulted in an online supplier recalling the parts.

The updated Vehicle Repairer Standard will be mandatory for Certified Repair Facilities from April 2017.

The AAA believes that data captured and stored within a vehicle’s own electronic systems should be made available to the owner of that vehicle

Subaru dealers Makin &Luby facilitated its second Subaru preferred repairer conference for the Victorian preferred repairer

If you're under 40 (or just over) and a manager or owner of an independent smash shop you need to be in Melbourne on 27 November. Don't miss out.

The temperature is rising - keep yourselves cool at work.

Seeing red is a good thing at Axalta.

2016 theme for the international body repair conference is Changing future landscapes.

Holden further strengthens ties with I-CAR.

Sarah-Beth Cleaves, business coach from D & C Coaching, looks at three things to remember when times are tough. First published in July/August 2015 issue of Paint & Panel.

Interview with Stephen Palmer, IAG published in the July/Aug issue of Paint & Panel.

The insurer says it has seen a spike in car-napping cases in NSW and Victoria and is calling for tougher regulations to protect consumers.