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My Novel: New Henley

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Book Description: After years of chaos and rioting, powerful businessmen create a society to maximise profit called New Henley. A cardiac surgeon and rising son of New Henley’s elite, Alistair Van Doren desperately wants to escape the shadow of his politician father. When he develops a prescient heart device, he is forced to see it used for darker means—a[...]

Backtrax Sports Utility Rooftents Website

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We designed the website and provided content (words + pics) for Backtrax Sports Utility Rooftents, the first Australian-made hard shell roof tent. We also developed the key branding messages and set up social media campaigns on Facebook and Instagram. To see the site, click here.   Go Remote with Backtrax Sports Utility Rooftents INNOVATIVE ADV[...]

Debunking the Myth only Men buy Tyres

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“Women don’t buy Cooper Tires,” said the Cooper Tires rep. "And they will never buy them, if you don't market your tyres to women," is what I should have said. But I didn't—I was too shocked. I went into the meeting with the belief that tyres were a universal product—both men and women must buy them to drive a vehicle, whether or not it’s a 4WD or a Mini [...]

Unleashing the Beast: All Terrain Warrior’s Global Warrior Motorhome and Off Road Coffee Trailer

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For the past 15 years, All Terrain Warriors has converted Isuzu and Fuso 4x4 trucks into expedition vehicles for the mining industry, tourism companies and very fortunate private owners. Before the company handed a brand new Global Warrior and the only off road coffee trailer I know of, to new owners Scott and Florence Harrod, we took it out for a test run. [...]

Cooper Discoverer AT/3s

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Review of Cooper's All-Terrain Tyres Words & pics Christina Cannes I never gave tyres much credit before I had my Cooper A/T3s fitted. My FJ came with five boring Dunlops, but as soon as they were swapped out for the Coopers it changed the way my 4WD drove. I was sticking to the bitumen better, and crawling over the sand became much easier. I rea[...]

Travelander Swagit Product Review

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Words & Pics Christina Cannes We took a pair of Travelander swags out to Booloumba Creek in Conondale National Park during a wet weekend in November. The single swag was large enough to sleep two boys under eight, while the double swag comfortably accommodated two adults. We stayed dry despite the nightly rainstorms; and because of the large doors, [...]

Going Strong, ECB's Aussie-made alloys continue to raise the bar

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Manufacturing and designing alloy bullbars in the Brisbane area for over 42 years, East Coast Bullbars isn’t afraid to advocate the theory that its alloy products are as strong as steel. The company started out as an alloy boat manufacturer, but switched gears after agreeing to make an alloy bar as a favour for a friend. From boats to bars, ECB has grown to [...]