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Toyota takes the lead in sales with over 14,800 vehicles sold in February

March 6, 2012 • Featured, NewsComments (0)

Toyota sold at least 50 per cent more vehicles in Australia last month than any other automotive company. According to official figures released yesterday, dealers sold more than 14,800 cars, SUVs and light-commercial vehicles to customers during February – an increase of 5.5 percent from January. A statement from the company cited ‘in just the

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Clean Technology Investment Program – Open for applications

March 5, 2012 • News, SustainabilityComments (0)

On 16 February 2012, Minister for Industry and Innovation, Greg Combet, announced the launch of the Clean Technology Investment Program. Minister Combet’s Clean Technology Program media release. Program status: Open for applications. Description: The

Australia’s food processing industry threatened

March 4, 2012 • NewsComments (0)

Food workers from across the country have descended on Canberra this week to urge federal parliamentarians to take action on the issues threatening Australia’s food processing industry. Gippsland Food Company process worker Jenny James said the group of

Auto manufacturing jobs lost in Albury

March 1, 2012 • NewsComments (0)

80 jobs will be axed from automative transmission manufacturer DSI. The manufacturing plant in Albury will see 42 fixed-term contractors and 38 permanent employees without employment said AMWU NSW Vehicle Division. Secretary Sean Morgan. “It is a blow

LPG Dedicated Commodore goes into production

February 29, 2012 • Featured, NewsComments (0)

Production for the all-new dedicated LPG Commodore commenced yesterday at Holden’s Operations in Elizabeth, South Australia., with the vehicle available  in dealerships next month. Specifically tailored by Holden engineers for the Commodore range and

Gillard Trimphs in Showdown

February 27, 2012 • NewsComments (0)

In a political showdown that has the nation gripping and quipping over the weekend, Julia Gillard succeeded in retaining her Labor leadership and subsequently, her position as the Prime Minister of Australia…at least until the next general election. In