What counts as a gangster car these days?
Are you a gangster? It seems unlikely. They don’t subscribe to weekly car magazines, or if they do, they don’t inject into much correspondence with us.
Perhaps that is understandable, what with all that gangstering. I suppose their days are preoccupied with issues like shooters and pigs – they go through bone like butter, you know – rather than writing to Autocar. Continue reading
A Month Till Dig This Invercargill Opens
Todd & Co Realty Home of the Week
Mal’s Monday Music Memory with LittleFire MusicWorks. RIP Walter Becker
Another sad day from the world of music. Walter Becker, one half of the nucleus of Steely Dan has passed away. Becker and Donald Fagan created so much…
Wells Fargo rolls out card-free access at all of its ATMs
The inwards track on Washington politics.
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Wells Fargo has upgraded all 13,000 of its ATMs to permit customers to access their funds using their cellphones instead of traditional bank cards. (Patrick Sison/Associated Press)
Wells Fargo Hit With Car Loan Customer Lawsuit While Backlash Grows
Less than a month after Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC) CEO Timothy Sloan lodged one class-action lawsuit accusing the bank of exploiting its customers, the company is grappling with another.
This time, however, it’s over unnecessary insurance policies tacked on to auto loans rather than bogus credit card and savings accounts. Continue reading
Global Mazda MX-5 Cup quick drive: A Miata, only better
On any given weekend, at SCCA events across the country, you’ll find more Mazdas racing than every other manufacturer combined. After driving the latest version of the company`s Global MX-5 Cup car, we can see why. Most race cars are scary when you get strapped into the driver`s seat: You can slightly budge, and there are a duo thousand buttons and switches on the dash. Continue reading
Wakefield and Five Towns
Appeal for help finding Wakefield teenagers
Work on the very first phase of a £Two.9m cycleway connecting Castleford with Wakefield has got underway.
THIS is the moment a pervert was confronted by a vigilante group when he turned up at a railway station believing he was going to meet a 14-year-old boy for hookup. Continue reading