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Living with a Holden Volt – part one and two

Posted by Richard Edwards on March 20th, 2014

Car and SUV recently handed back Holden’s Volt plug-in electric/hybrid vehicle after a two-month extended test drive. Why did we do this? Because we already knew we liked the vehicle. We drove it on arrival Read More

But When You’re Bad, You’re Better

Posted by Tim Grimley on August 16th, 2012

Thanks to the day job requiring a mercy dash to the ‘Tron today, I managed to get a close proximity look at the venues involved with the ongoing saga of the NZ leg of the Read More

Gold Medal In Dartz

Posted by Tim Grimley on August 6th, 2012

If I’m being brutally honest, I’ve not really been looking forward to putting fingers to keyboard this week. Because the entire world – barring Australia for some inexplicable reason – has gone Olympic gaga, as Read More

A Uniquely British Affair

Posted by Tim Grimley on July 31st, 2012

Oh Danny Boyle, a knight, a knighthood’s calling! Well if you are to believe the good folk of the English town of Bury – where the Oscar winning director and architect of the Olympic opening Read More

Olympic Lanes Have A Certain Ring To Them

Posted by Tim Grimley on July 23rd, 2012

Despite being told to bloody well harden up and get a smile on their faces by their buffoonish Mayor, Boris Johnson, one cannot help but notice that the folk of old London town are not Read More

Be Careful With Advice Or Your Name Could Be Mud

Posted by Tim Grimley on July 10th, 2012

If I’m honest, I wasn’t really looking forward to this Saturday. You can fake all the bravado you want to your friends, but when push comes to shove, only a true mental case would actually Read More

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