More Australians are rushing to pick up a guitar or hit an electronic drum kit as music stores struggle to find stock amid sellouts and shortages.
SUV sales are booming in Australia and we compare three of the best new small high-riders to see which is worthy of your hard earned cash.
Australia’s favourite car has been knocked off its top selling spot as more and more buyers move towards hybrid models and opt to splash cash on dream rides in lieu of international getaways.
David McCowen and Richard Blackburn
The Perth founders of the LITT app - which encourages users to “catch” live deals in augmented reality - say it has huge potential to breathe new life into bricks and mortar businesses.
Danielle Le Messurier
When it comes to making money from the science of light, SA is already punching well above its weight – our photonics output is second only to that of Victoria on a per capita basis.
Australians have missed out on hi-tech vehicles being sold across the globe, so the car industry has taken steps to change this forever.
We’re becoming used to drones flying like miniature helicopters – but these ones, being researched here, will fly like one of the world’s fastest birds.
WA start-ups and small to medium enterprise are set to receive $690,000 from the State Government to help drive the development of innovative products, technologies and services.
Virtual events are exploding in the wake of social distancing restrictions as face-to-face meetings are replaced by company executives introducing themselves as avatars on virtual reality technology.
Crisis? What crisis? New car sales surged in June, with one luxury brand reporting a staggering 60 per cent rise in sales.
Australians are expected to hit the road and go interstate or explore where they live. But there are some crucial steps you must take before driving off.
Perth-based super computer company has no plans to sell out or move overseas ahead of its ASX float next month.
The State Government has committed a further $800,000 to its $16.7 million New Industries Fund to boost cyber security education and solutions for WA small and medium businesses.
Perth-based robotic brick-laying company attracts investor interest on speedy work.
The car industry continues to take a battering from Coronavirus, but Chinese-built cars have defied the trend and seen a rise sales.
Tired of patching and replacing rubber tyres? Flinders Uni researchers are pumped about their latest invention, rubber that bounces back from damage just like The Terminator.
Tradies have five weeks to cash in or miss out on a tax program credited with saving car dealerships during the coronavirus crisis.
More than 2.64 million faulty Takata airbags have been replaced in Australian vehicles, but recall orders for more than 350,000 cars are expected to be waived.
The colour of your car makes a major difference to your safety on the road, experts say. See which car colours are the safest and which are more likely to get you into trouble.
Holden has been forced into further negotiation with dealers surrounding compensation for the car company’s exit from Australia.
Regional travel is starting to open up around the country, allowing Australians to once again plan holidays. But here are the hidden dangers every out-of-town driver needs to know.
Prestige makers backed into a corner by COVID-19 are offering ‘unprecedented savings’ as desperate showrooms look to make a deal.
An Australian politician has called for General Motors to hand the Holden brand back to Australia, describing its American chief executive as ‘Gordon Gekko on steroids’.
China’s forays into our backyard have Australian and US defence chiefs worried. And they’re planning to muscle up the region in a multi-billion dollar splurge.
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