DARREN Russell bought his beloved 1953 FX Holden as a 16-year-old almost three decades ago, and he's still got it.
IT is a combination that gets eyes blinking and necks twisting.
PENGUIN'S Tony Dick built both his 1932 Ford Roadster and Rad Road from scratch.
A FORTY-FOUR-gallon drum would fit in the boot but the 1973 Leyland P76 is long remembered as a "lemon".
KEVIN Maxfield is dedicated to keeping his 1955 FJ Holden in the best condition possible for as long as he can.
PENGUIN'S Brad Jordan has not always been interested in Holden Toranas.
THE National Automobile Museum of Tasmania's new feature display - Enthusiasts' Choice: Evolution and Beyond - offers a unique glimpse at contrasting attitudes towards classic vehicles.
COREY MARTIN WHEN Ashley Viney stepped into a diesel mechanic apprenticeship five years ago, he had no idea it would lead to a career in motorsport.
RIVERSIDE'S John and Paula Barrass don't like their Lotuses, they love them.
The latest bout of graffiti was located on the Kings Bridge Gorge walk.
Property owners who refuse to pay rates because their land is “owned by god” given 90 day window.
A lick of paint at Launceston's Animal Medical Centre is set to liven up the old facade.
Class photos from Tasmanian kindergartens.
The fundamental question we are asking is: What will future proof Tasmania for the next generation?
The young man who guided South Launceston to this season’s Cricket North flag is in no rush to ...
A local resident said the community has been supportive since being evicted from The Biggest Loser