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Head for the High Country

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Australians love a good driving holiday, and with Easter just around the corner, there is nothing like getting out of the city for a few days of R&R to explore what regional Australia has to offer.

Victoria in particular has a vast range of diverse regions within an easy drive from Melbourne.  In thisblog, we follow fashion blogger and Holden Ambassador, Lisa Hamilton, as she gets behind the wheel of
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6 Tips for Stress-Free Car Buying

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Whilst buying a car can be a stressful process, just remember – knowledge is power. If you put in the hard yards and do your research before you go shopping, your life will be made that much easier. Holden Lion is here to give you the top tips on what you need to know to ensure a smooth, trouble free process to get you into the Holden you
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Keeping connected

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When Holden first launched its innovative MyLink infotainment system back in the 2012 Barina CDX hatch it was a game-changer for customers and connectivity.

With embedded apps including Stitcher Smart Radio, TuneIn Radio and BringGo navigation, as well as Bluetooth and USB connections to seamlessly integrate a smartphone with the car, the new system provided customers with unprecedented connectivity and entertainment options.

But that was only the beginning, for the modular
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Holden powers the RACV Energy Breakthrough

roary resizedAs it turns out, nothing whips a crowd of 16,000 energy-efficient motoring enthusiasts into a frenzy like Roary the Lion – Holden’s beloved mascot. Particularly if majority of that crowd are school children, each madly waiving a Holden hand-clapper (read noise-maker). This was the scene at the recent RACV Energy Breakthrough in Maryborough, a competition that invites primary and secondary school children from around Victoria to design, build
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Tilligerry Little Athletics receives a $100,000 Home Ground Advantage grant

1394The shot pans wide to reveal a tin shed, or rather sheets of tin slapped together, with a port-a-loo in the centre. The structure appears to be about four metres wide and maybe three metres deep – a voiceover tells us the structure is infested with rats. These are the ‘clubrooms’ at Tilligerry & Districts Little Athletics Centre in Mallabula, about 40 minutes north of Newcastle on the New
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