It’s all in the name when it comes to Subaru’s flagship vehicle, the Outback.
Get the pumpkins carved, the costumes out and the lolly bags ready to be filled with all the glorious sweet treats, Halloween is almost here!
If you are in the market for a used car, then you need to read the RAA Used Car Safety Ratings 2015 brochure first
The RAA have released their hot tips to stay safe this winter through the low temperatures, dark nights and daily downpours.
Young drivers are unaware of the impacts that their unsafe driving behaviours could have on other road users, a recent RAA study has found.
Each year, over 500,000 Australian homes are subject to some form of fire damage as a result of an unsupervised burning candle. In an attempt to provide a safe yet stylish solution to hazardous candle practice, founder of Jsala Soy Candles, Janine McKenzie, has developed a sustainable and all-natural range of triple scented soy candles that are specifically designed to burn safely in the warm Australian climate.
A survey released by Bicycle SA last week shows a majority of female cyclists believe more separated bike paths, like the new Frome Street bikeway, would encourage more women to ride bikes.
Keeping South Australians safe at work will be the focus of Safe Work Week, a series of free events to be held at venues across Adelaide from Monday 27 until Friday 31 October.
Before getting behind the wheel for a long-weekend road trip, RAA is urging motorists to plan their journey using the RAA Rest Stop Locator App.
Jeep has scored its second top ANCAP safety rating with vehicles in its line.
Whether you're a pedestrian or motorist, it pays to stay safe in and around this year's Royal Adelaide Show.
RAA research shows South Australians under 30 are the most worried about their safety when home alone, and women feel three times more vulnerable than men.
This week marks Rail Safety Week nationwide, and RAA is reminding all road users to be attentive and obey the warnings at level crossings to avoid a ‘near miss’ or worse.
Now that the winter weather has set in and the days are becoming darker earlier, RAA is reminding motorists that they need to light up to be seen on the roads.
The Julian Burton Burns Trust is reminding families heading off on a camping holiday this Easter the importance of burns prevention and fire safety.
St John Ambulance SA is encouraging everyone who attends Adelaide’s Big Day Out to party safely, have a good time and, and keep a close eye on their friends.
Adelaide City Council and the State Government today announced the formation of the Bicycle Infrastructure Group (BIG), set up to enable both levels of government to work together to improve cycling infrastructure and encourage more people to get on their bikes.
On the anniversary of the tragic Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria, the SA Government has today announced a $9.4 million funding boost for the State’s volunteer-based Emergency Services.