Electric vehicles

Australia yet to meet car fuel efficiency standards deadline

The Australian federal government is under increasing pressure to promptly enact new legislation that encourages car manufacturers to produce cleaner vehicles as the country...

14 new rules in Australia from Jan 1, 2024

As the new year unfolds, several legislative changes, rules, tax adjustments, and new charges are set to take effect from January 1, 2024. Here's...

Firms launches new EVs in Australia as demand increases

Major automotive brands are set to introduce electric cars in Australia for the first time amid increased demand, a development expected to challenge brand...

NSW tourism hotspots to go electric

Once hundreds of destination chargers are installed across the state of New South Wales, motorists will be able to eat, drink, and stare as...

You must have $106,000 to buy a car in Singapore

A post-pandemic recovery has driven up the cost of the country's vehicle quota system to all-time highs, which means that in order to own...

Musk appoints new Twitter boss

In just six months after his contentious purchase of the social media business, Elon Musk has selected a new CEO of Twitter. The billionaire said...

China: Evergrande launches first electric vehicles

According to a post made on the company's official Wechat account, China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group Ltd (0708.HK) has begun delivering its Hengchi...

Elon Musk officially takes over Twitter in $44 billion deal

After months of anticipation due to the biggest acquisition of the year, billionaire Elon Musk finally seized control of Twitter on Thursday. In his...

Chip shortage: Toyota goes basics with car keys

The Toyota Motor Corporation has made the startling discovery that even keys can become excessively "smart" for their own benefit. As it races to get...

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Deportation bill can affect 375 Australian born children

The Albanese government in Australia faces significant criticism over its proposed deportation bill, which includes provisions that could affect 375 Australian-born children of asylum...

Japan to allow divorced parents to share child’s custody

In a historic move, Japan's parliament has voted to amend its custody laws, which previously mandated sole custody arrangements following divorce. This reform will...

Australia now on second global rank in budget management

According to the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) latest fiscal monitor, Australia boasts the second strongest overall budget balance among G20 nations, surpassed only by...

Boeing blowout to cost $200m to United Airlines

United Airlines has attributed a significant financial setback of $200 million to Boeing, impacting its earnings in the first quarter of the year. This...