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"With this recognition we have the confidence that we are proficient in autobody repairs and we can uphold the expectations of the insurers and vehicle owners that place their trust in us."

Evie’s fast charging stations across the country will help to increase the supply and adoption of electric vehicles

Almost 40 Victorian autobody repairers have already signed up.

Nissan gets racy with its golden anniversary editions of these two iconic cars.

TAFE NSW Wagga Wagga and TAFE NSW North Wollongong Campuses join 10 RTOs nationally in working together to meet the change of technology and training to our future technicians

The project will incorporate elements from Brisbane City Council’s ‘Buildings that Breathe’ principle, with spaces that open out to external and landscaped green space.

TAFE and Caravanning Queensland recently launched two new courses, providing specialised training for the first time.

The company's highlights include revenues of $616m and a year on year growth of 20.9%

" I-CAR has been impressed with Maddington’s motivation and ability to complete the required training and we believe that the company fully deserves this recognition"

MTA NSW explains the landmark AFCA which made the insurer pay for a consumer's car repair at their repairer of choice.

Repairer Jeff Williams from Specific Prestige talks about why it's important for repairers to set standards.

A total of 200 delegates heard and interacted with highly qualified speakers from the USA and Europe, along with local industry identities.

Nominations will soon close for the Women in Collision Awards.

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Axalta recently completed training in Queensland and Victoria, in conjunction with BMW.