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Originally built at the Government Aircraft Factory in Avalon in 1956, the Canberra Bomber went on to serve with No. 2 RAAF Squadron.

While Melbourne and Victorian automotive service and repair businesses have been severely impacted by ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, workshops in the rest of Australia have staged a strong recovery

WebTRIM was launched 20 years ago and has a loyal following of repairers whose businesses have benefitted from the system.

The report showed TAFE had made a "huge contribution to Australia’s economic prosperity, despite years of what can only be described as policy vandalism of the vocational education sector.”

Ideally yes you do, Gary Wilcox from Monit explains why.

PPG advises you to adapt and prosper.

Fred Sleman from Five Star Panels in Tullamarine, Melbourne is one of the first Australian independents to invest in his own calibration system.

Axalta was named the exclusive coatings supplier for Brabham Automotive in Australia.

GM Trade Parts takes the reins from the long-running Holden Trade Club program.

The Australian motor insurance market is forecast to contract by 4.4% due to COVID-19, a sharp decline from 3.6% growth in 2019.

MotorOne Express Repairs says it has identified a massive opportunity for a new repairer to enter the Australian market.

Suncorp is piloting a new insurance product in Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide.

"IONIQ: I'm On It," is the result of Hyundai's collaboration with boy band BTS.

The Recycling and Waste Reduction Bill 2020 will lead to a major overhaul of Australia’s waste and recycling capacity.

AMA reports $889m revenue for FY20 but a decrease in net profit of 426%.

"The team at Fix make a real difference to the operations of the business, improving efficiency, driving up margins and providing much needed commercial support."