The sale of a classic car which turned out to be a fake has left a man $110,000 out of pocket and facing legal bills for failed court appeals.
Adam Carey Meet Graham. He's not built like you or me.
Mark Hawthorne and Sam Charlwood The global boss of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Sergio Marchionne, has hit out at the "distasteful" management regime.
John Thistleton A Volvo plan to develop technology that can detect kangaroos to avoid collisions moves a step closer this week with testing involving real kangaroos to begin in the ACT.
Mark Mulligan Headline inflation jumped from 0.2 to 0.7 per cent in the June quarter, as the biggest three-month surge in petrol prices in 25 years help push up the cost of a basket of goods.
Clare Colley Competition between compulsory third-party insurers in Canberra is heating up, with NRMA Insurance set to drop its premiums by 4 per cent after jacking up prices last December.
In May 2015, Drive.com.au apps for iPad, iPhone and Android will be shut-down, allowing us to focus on a new and improved Drive.com.au!
Sarah Danckert The head of Mitsubishi Australia Mutsuhiro Oshikiri has understood to have flown to Japan to face a grilling by senior management over the sudden death of national sales manager Greg Cook amid fraud allegations.
Alana Schetzer Victoria's car manufacturing industry may be in terminal decline but, because "Australians still love their cars", and Melbourne is reviving its motoring show.
Canberra families will save as much as $24 on some compulsory third-party insurance from March as competition in the market drives down prices.