Holden has recalled the Cruze small car for a third time because of a driveshaft problem that could cause the car to stop.
Owners of General Motors cars began complaining about faulty ignition switches in their vehicles long before the later fatal ignition switch problems.
Honda New Zealand is recalling about 6000 cars because of the same airbag defect which led to Honda’s worldwide recall of 2 million vehicles.
Some residents from Clovelly Park are to be relocated because of the presence of a carcinogen historically used in the car industry.
General Motors has recalled a further 8.4 million vehicles worldwide and has now recalled more than 28 million cars this year.
Holden is recalling 27,074 Commodores, Commodore Utes and Caprices because of a problem with their windscreen wiper motors.
SafeWork South Australia has compiled and released a guide targeting workplace violence.
Bata Industrial have confirmed they will market their new Quick Release BOA lacing system on stand A337 at the Queensland Mining & Engineering.
The updated Holden Commodore VF has avoided the recall applied to Chevrolet Camaros in the US, even though both cars use the same key and ignition system.
Fire fighters have brought a blaze in a tyre factory in the Perth suburb of Bayswater under control.
3M has put together three tips to help workers avoid some of the dangers of industrial deafness.
The Federal Government may ban dyes which are often used in clothing and have been linked to cancer.
SAI Global has terminated current CEO Stephen Porges, as it appoints a new executive chairman and receives a takeover offer from a private equity firm.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has recalled another brand of jeans containing a cancer-linked dye from sale.
Bangladeshi garment factory workers who survived the collapse are in urgent need of more help, according to a human rights organisation.
Volvo has developed an inflatable child safety seat for cars that can be inflated in only 40 seconds and is fully portable.
Fire destroyed a factory used for wrecking vehicles in the Sydney suburb of Yennora yesterday afternoon.
Welders have been evacuated from Kooragang Island after a silo overheated.
The corporate headquarters expansion is the latest step in a worldwide global development program by Camfil AP.
Alexium has selected the Marlin Company to be the second toll manufacturer of the emulsion used in Alexium’s flame retardant products.