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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.

Turn your device into a powerful colour tool.

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

Creating a less clinical environment for cancer patients.

Australian Financial Complaints Authority recently enforced genuine choice in motor vehicle insurance policies.

"Car Craft is a group of like minded business owners who believe in a code of ethics, integrity, repair standards and a quality closely aligned with our beliefs."

The popular parts sourcing program goes international.

While there was a fall in Australian insurance earnings, business is booming in New Zealand.

"We’ve enhanced our motor repair model, in conjunction with the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria, to get customers back on the road quickly."