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Man allegedly caught driving with hand-painted number plates in SA
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10th Feb 2021
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Man allegedly caught driving with hand-painted number plates in SA

A man will face court in South Australia after he was allegedly caught driving a car bearing hand-painted number plates. SA Police said the 26-year-old man was stopped after officers spotted a Mitsubishi sedan travelling without its lights on around 2:00am in Adelaide's north. During this stop, they noticed the car's number plates had been altered to feature hand-painted numbers and letters and the phrase "not stolen OK".
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Susannah Guthrie
Australia's road toll is falling in every state except one
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19th Jul 2020
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Australia's road toll is falling in every state except one

The latest Australian road toll shows the number of road-related deaths per month is declining in all states except Queensland, but the national total is still tracking almost 11 per cent behind the nine-year road safety target for the end of 2020. According to June 2020 statistics released by the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE), there were 78 deaths on Australia's roads last month – a reduction on the five-year average for June of 98 deaths.
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Susannah Guthrie
Australian road toll rises in 2019
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3rd Jan 2020
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Australian road toll rises in 2019

The number of people killed on Australian roads rose again in 2019, with the national road toll finishing at 1182. Victoria had a horror year on the roads, with 50 more lives lost than the year before, while South Australia saw its death toll rise by 33. The road toll also increased in New South Wales and Western Australia, while the remaining states and territories had fewer deaths on their roads. In total, 1182 people died on the road in Australia last year – up 47 on 2018.
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Scott Collie
Senate Committee to investigate potential for local EV manufacturing
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30th Jun 2018
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Senate Committee to investigate potential for local EV manufacturing

A new Committee on Electric Vehicles has been formed in the Australian Senate, with the goal of lending "much needed momentum and leadership" to the push for electric cars Down Under. Headed by Tim Storer, Independent Senator for South Australia, the committee will explore the "economic, environmental and social benefits" widespread adoption of electric vehicles could offer for Australia.
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Scott Collie
Tesla completes Supercharger network between Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane
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18th Oct 2017
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Tesla completes Supercharger network between Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane

Tesla has continued the expansion of its charging network in Australia, with five new Superchargers in Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia. A charge station in Horsham means the Supercharger link between Melbourne and Adelaide is now complete, while stations in Keith, Clare Valley and the Adelaide city centre are designed to allow Model S and Model X owners to travel between Adelaide and Brisbane without running flat.
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Scott Collie