Pearl Goldman says of the Patient Transport Service, “the volunteer drivers are all so friendly and pleasant, so the trip goes quickly”.
The first time Pearl Goldman posed for Norman Lindsay, he exclaimed, “Oh, I do love your devilish eyebrows”… and their
Apple CarPlay will be available in the all-new Holden Astra.
Your car used to simply take you from A to B, yet when it gets you home in the future it will be able to turn on your television, put the kettle on, and then download a raft of vehicle software updates while it’s parked in
Amelinda Watt, Lead Development Engineer, with her pride and joy: the Holden Commodore VFII.
This month’s launch of the new Commodore VFII is an 18-year Holden career highlight for Lead Development Engineer, Amelinda Watt. Her pride, passion and belief in this car are palpable and reflect the sentiment of the various specialists in the Engineering Team whose work she brings together on
Amalia Chilianis, Manager Organisational Development and Change (L), with Holden team member.
Approximately 45 per cent of working-age Australians will experience a mental health issue in their lifetime, with one in every five workers currently suffering from a condition such as depression, according to the 2014 PwC report: Creating a Mentally Healthy Workplace.
About 40 people, more than 20 suppliers, 12 months, seven airports … and just one vehicle.
It’s easy to underestimate the amount of time and resources dedicated to the launch of a new Holden – specifically in this case the Insignia VXR. It’s also easy to understand, considering it’s the last crucial phase before a model heads for showrooms after several years of intensive development.
It comes down to just