Some 500 budding motorists have been given the green light to become the first group of Victorians to sit the state's new online learner drivers test.
The death toll from a train derailment north of Cairo at the weekend has risen to 23, with 139 injured, Egyptian authorities say.
NSW drivers are being urged to keep their cool after 70 per cent said they've experienced road rage at least once or twice in the last year.
Small retailers are panicking after Australia Post’s decision to stop the transportation of fine foods the country fell in love with during the pandemic.
An online auction is underway for two rare Holdens which are both expected to attract strong bids.
The Chris Ellison-led miner has been forced to trim shipping guidance by millions of tonnes as output sits idle amid a shortage of truck drivers.
More people will be allowed on public transport in NSW from next week as COVID restrictions ease and commuters rub begin to shoulders again.
Queensland is increasingly likely to bring in digital driver's licences that people can store on a smartphone app.
New railcars will feature USB charging ports, additional information screens and an extra set of doors, Transport Minister Rita Saffioti says.
The Victorian government should push for greater accountability among road safety agencies and introduce a roadway rating system, a parliamentary inquiry says.
One of the largest container ships in the world has run aground in the Suez Canal, blocking vessels and causing delays in the vital waterway.
Yusri Mohamed, Jessica Jaganathan and Florence Tan
In a horror day on Queensland's roads, four people have died in two separate collisions at Bracalba and Kinkuna.
A 12-year-old boy has died after an all-terrain vehicle crash in NSW's Riverina region.
The US government's highway safety agency has sent investigators to Michigan for the second time in a week to investigate an accident involving a Tesla.
Australians spent a combined $1.2 billion on parking fees over the past two years, new research suggests, with almost a quarter of people slugged.
At least 26 people are dead after a bus carrying Islamic school students and their parents plunged into a ravine in Java, Indonesia.
Five firefighters were among nine people killed in a fire at a railway office in the Indian city of Kolkata.
There is strong demand for Australian classic cars with a recent auction attracting prices well in excess of $100,000 for those most sought after.
One person is dead and 40 are injured after eight carriages of a train derailed in southern Pakistan.
A bus carrying mostly young people going home from work has crashed during the night in Poland, with five people killed and dozens injured.
Six people are dead and 41 more have been injured in Poland after a bus carrying Ukrainian citizens rolled down an embankment into a ditch, Polish media report.
The Victorian government will hand over responsibility for motor registration and licensing to a private company.
Monash University research shows first responders at high speed road crashes are at greater risk due to a lack of communication between emergency services.
Rideshare giant Uber has restored its Pool service in Perth after cancelling it when COVID-19 hit because of community transmission fears.
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