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Second generation collision repair shop owner Kate Presnell from Kate Presnell Bodyworks in Tasmania is this week's Turbo Talk guest.

Labour is still one of the Groups biggest challenges to ensure site profitability.

The Motorclassica team return with a new car show which will take place at Melbourne Showground in November.

INEOS Automotive and BASF’s Coatings division have signed an agreement on a global automotive refinish body and paint development.

Col Summerhayes Crash and Combined Auto Repairs in Townsville have both joined the Car Craft Group.

In case you missed this article in the magazine here's Ben Fewtrell's guide to keeping your team intact.

IAG’s insurance profit rose 75.4% to $614 million in the half of the financial year.

Trucks and buses could charge wirelessly as they drive on the highway, thanks to a new $3 million grant from the Australian Government to accelerate the nation’s electric vehicle sector. 

The federal government’s review of the Australian Apprenticeships Incentive System to address abysmal completion rates has opened for submissions.

Sam Street caught up with ADAS Solutions Australia to find out about their growth and how the industry needs to catch up.

A fantastic afternoon of inspiring speakers, fabulous venue and food, awesome celebration of finalists and the winners announced last Friday.

Women in Collision finalist Debbie Evans is behind the wheel of this week's Turbo Talk.

In case you missed our update on the Fix Network in the Nov/Dec edition.

Paul Dunn is an award-winning entrepreneur who has given three TEDx talks… he is definitely worth listening to.

AMA Group reached a settlement with former executives Dave Marino, Steve Bubulj and Dave Calder.

One of the rapidly expanding PartsCheck crew takes Turbo Talk out for a spin this week.