FEW brands have as good a reputation for carting poo as Germany’s Fliegl, and now they’re coming to Australia.
IN 1968 Childtern local Hilda Dow simply turned the lock on her pharmacy and never reopened.
ENTHUSIAST John Spunner is meticulous about caring for his 1970 Mercury Boss Cougar Eliminator.
CRAIG Jones created a wooden version of his 1965 Chrysler Valiant ute.
WAS Ned Kelly the quintessential Australian Robin Hood, a larrikin who ended up on the wrong side of the law, or a thug?
HANDLING rough dirt roads is where Ford has made its most impressive improvement to its new Ranger.
IF YOU’RE looking for a bit of off-road luxury, Land Rover has a hit a sweet spot with Discovery Sport HSE.
MEET the future of the Australian automotive industry — a world away in Thailand.
WHAT’S in a name? Hyundai is about to find out.
AGRICULTURAL research engineer Jack Desbiolles will be at the Birchip Cropping Group Main Field Day.
A RUBBER torsion system that cuts seeder bar wear and maintenance costs was on display at the Mallee Machinery Field Days.
THE results from Southern Farming Systems Inverleigh Seeder Day have been inspected in a recent follow-up tour.
GETTING a good throw on urea is the goal for fertiliser spreaders.
EXCLUSIVE: CHINA will turn to South America if Australia backs away from a landmark trade agreement, NFF chief Simon Talbot says.
MONTHS of stellar beef returns are being reflected in millions of dollars spent on bulls in the past week.