The introduction of speeding fines based on the offender's income has been ruled out for this year's South Australian budget, as motorists brace for an expected hike in fees, fines and charges.
On the same day Tesla announces an investigation into the cause of an exploding parked car in Shanghai, the company's chief executive unveils a bold plan to convert its electric vehicles into full self-driving vehicles by next year.
Richard Luxton has been involved in a nasty game of back and forth with the telco giant regarding a portion of his 10,000 acres of Coomalie bushland, near the turnoff to the iconic Litchfield National Park, which still remains without resolution.
It has been more than a decade in the making and despite time blowouts and the final green light at the 11th hour, Canberra's light rail has finally taken its first passengers.
Adelaide motorists may have been conditioned to accept increasingly higher petrol prices, the RAA has warned, as regular unleaded spiked above $1.60 per litre this week with seemingly little public complaint.
A small room in a large office controls every set of traffic lights in the Northern Territory. A smooth morning commute is the goal but unpredictability gets in the way.
Charges may yet be laid over a crash that killed a 16-year-old dirt bike rider in Darwin's rural area last year, after the Northern Territory coroner referred the matter back to police.
Uber reveals that 91 million passengers use its services globally, but warns ahead of its listing on the US share market that it may never earn a profit due to intense competition from rivals.
An apparent braking fault is causing Lime scooters to lock up without notice, prompting Auckland authorities to issue the ride sharing company an ultimatum: shape up or ship out.
Juergen Zimmermann believes electric cars have a huge future in regional Australia, despite the limited range of current models, and Australia's chief scientist says they are a certainty.