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'Financial shark bite': the Sydney suburbs slugged hardest by tolls
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Roads

'Financial shark bite': the Sydney suburbs slugged hardest by tolls

Some Sydneysiders are carrying a disproportionate share of the city's road toll burden.

  • by Matt Wade and Anna Patty

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The plan to turn street-side power boxes into charging stations for cars
Electric cars

The plan to turn street-side power boxes into charging stations for cars

A network of electric vehicle charging stations is set to be created in Sydney out of power boxes common to suburban streets.

  • by Matt O'Sullivan
The superiority of stench
Opinion
Column 8

The superiority of stench

Just don't lie down with dogs.

There's no pimping this ride
Opinion
Column 8

There's no pimping this ride

So there's no Cadillac Bongo.

Electric vehicles to charge ahead with federal budget incentives
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Electric cars

Electric vehicles to charge ahead with federal budget incentives

The Morrison government will announce an assistance package for businesses that will help them trial new technologies in their vehicle fleets.

  • by Rob Harris
Fast & Furious car up for auction in Queensland
Queensland

Fast & Furious car up for auction in Queensland

The 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS is also signed by Cody Walker - the brother of the late Fast & Furious franchise star Paul Walker.

  • by Toby Crockford
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Three people injured after car drives off cliff onto Newcastle beach
Sydney

Three people injured after car drives off cliff onto Newcastle beach

Emergency services were called to Bar Beach about 10.25am following reports that a car had gone off a cliff.

  • by Laura Chung
Exit from fossil fuels quickens after California, China signal shift
Paris Agreement

Exit from fossil fuels quickens after California, China signal shift

California's plan to ban new sales of fossil-fuel cars and China's first net zero target show that climate action is beginning to accelerate, analysts say.

  • by Peter Hannam
Used car prices surge at record rates as public transport shunned
Coronavirus pandemic

Used car prices surge at record rates as public transport shunned

Australians are driving up used car prices to new highs, taking advantage of cheap petrol prices amid health fears about using public transport.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Cars that talk to one another about to hit the road, now they need drivers
Future technology

Cars that talk to one another about to hit the road, now they need drivers

Volunteers are being urged to join a "connected-vehicle" pilot in Ipswich in which their cars will be fitted with safety technology to enable them to communicate with other vehicles.

  • by Stuart Layt
Driving tests could change due to COVID-19 backlog: Premier
Coronavirus pandemic

Driving tests could change due to COVID-19 backlog: Premier

P-plate driving tests could change to help deal with a backlog of tens of thousands of Victorian learner drivers prevented from getting their licenses under COVID-19 restrictions.

  • by Tom Cowie