It was a brand synonymous with Australia, but more than 70 years after the first Holden rolled off the production line it will cease to exist by the end of this year. Here’s how it went from thriving to failure.
Holden has announced it is leaving Australia for good by the end of the year, but the Lion brand has given us some terrific memories during the past 72 years. Here are some of its best.
Up to 1500 space industry jobs are forecast over the next five years as WA positions itself as a key player in NASA’s mission to return astronauts to the moon by 2024.
Holden will cease to exist in Australia by the end of this year. The company told dealers and head office staff the news this morning.
A social media post warning consumers about the ‘dangers’ of hot cross bun ingredients has been dubbed as ‘misleading’ by scientists.
Thousands of taxi, Uber and on-demand drivers will be required to pass tough new security checks — including a five-yearly national police clearance — before being granted a licence.
UK salesmen are spruiking cryptocurrency to Perth Glory supporters, urging them to buy thousands in ‘tokens’ from a company that wants to buy 80 per cent of the club.
Fremantle’s Kiara Bowers, who had 13 official tackles to that point in the game to help her side to a commanding position, stopped the female protester in her tracks near the centre circle.
West Australians will be treated to a spectacle in the night sky just in time for Valentine’s Day.
A buyers market is forming as dealers try to get rid of last year’s stock by offering huge discounts, free servicing and longer warranties. See how much you can save on a new ride.
Telco giants Vodafone and TPG have been given the green light to merge. This is how it will affect customers and what deals they could now get.
Sophie Elsworth and John Dagge
Australia’s chief scientist Alan Finkel is “optimistic” about the Government’s willingness to listen and act on climate advice.
Put down your smartphone and pick up a camera: that’s the message from the world’s top photographic firms that are queuing up to launch new products.
Samsung is bringing back the flip phone with its latest folding smartphone but, buyers should note, its form is not the only retro thing about it.
Parents will no longer have to worry about their children being exposed to tracks bearing bad language or adult themes, with audio streaming giant Spotify launching a child-friendly app.
Families urged to talk with children about ways to safely use the internet.
Kids as young as three are being coerced into producing sexualised material for predators online.
A Year 10 student at King’s Baptist Grammar School, Mithusha Kulatunga, hopes to become an astronaut and has already mapped out his path.
With Valentine’s Day looming around the corner, fraudsters are ramping up their efforts to scam hopeful romantics online. These are the sites to keep an eye on.
Still trying to kick start your resolution to lose weight this year? Morphett Vale woman Sarah Wolter shares her secret to losing 83kg – more than half her body weight – on the CSIRO diet. See her incredible before and after photos.
A passenger has been taken for testing after falling ill on a flight to Adelaide. Meanwhile SA is scaling up its testing speed and capacity.
Pluto was reclassified from a planet to a dwarf planet in 2006. Many still don’t understand why, including five-year old Charlie from Smithfield. So he wrote to the International Astronomical Union.
In big news for social media fans, a whopping 117 new emojis are set for release this year.
Tech giant Optus has been slapped with the country’s largest ever penalty for breaching spam laws after infuriating customers.
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