Monthly Archives: April 2015

New car Review : 2015 Toyota Yaris ZR

For decades, Toyota’s calling card has been excellent reliability and resale values and alongside the Corolla, the Yaris has been a shining example of that.

People buying them know they’ll be getting solid reliability and they can rest easy in the knowledge there will always be someone to buy it when the time comes to sell.

Taste of Perth Giveaway

May 14-17, over three indulgent days the city’s best restaurants will each fashion together 3-4 exquisite signature dishes in ‘taste’ sized portions, allowing you to create your dream tasting menu at the ultimate foodie festival. You will rub shoulders with Perth’s top chefs and like-minded foodies as you as you sample through hand-picked premium food and drink producers and take part in one of the many interactive foodie attractions. Or simply relax and enjoy live entertainment in the stunning surrounds of Langley Park.

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Twenty-seven years ago I survived a road crash, resulting in serious spinal injury.

On average, 92 Western Australians suffer a catastrophic injury as a result of a road crash every year. I was fortunate to be among the one in 10 with a spinal injury who walked again, but for the
majority of those who suffer this way, their lives and their families’ lives remain severely changed.

GET Sandy: 17 – 19th April 2015

After setting up camp at Pinnacles Holiday Park on Friday evening, our second GET Sandy event got underway early on Saturday morning with a relaxed start over a cup of coffee and a good chance to socialise before the inevitable comparison of vehicles commenced. There was a great range for the tour from a stock Triton to a Landrover Discovery 3 to a modified GU Patrol ute.

New car review: 2015 Hyundai Genesis

For an exercise in completely shattering expectations, just go for a drive in the Hyundai Genesis.

This is Hyundai’s new large luxury liner, and it’s priced from $67,300 drive away, making it the most expensive car Hyundai has ever offered in Australia. In fact, the top of the range Genesis costs $91,000 drive away.