How the Kia ute and Hyundai pick-up will take on the GR HiLux. #161
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In this episode, Matt Campbell, Stephen Ottley and Tung Nguyen gather in cyberspace to talk about all things motoring, including:

- The Dream Factory: A Kia ute and Hyundai pick-up truck, and how they're going to tackle the diesel V6 Toyota GR HiLux
- The fresh metal we've been driving this week, including: The Jaguar iPace and F-Pace, The Skoda Kodiaq RS, and the RAM 1500 Warlock being put to the test by towing a tiny house.
- Plus Muskwatch: This week the dear leader takes a look at a conservative Christian satire website, and becomes even more rich than usual

You can get in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter (#CGPodcast) and Instagram, and let us know if Hyundai and Kia could pry you off your HiLux by emailing comments@carsguide.com.au
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The death of a neo-Nazi crime boss
Phillip Grant Wilson was a neo-Nazi and a killer. He recruited a gang and according to one police report, ''This group undertook intense physical fitness training for the purpose of establishing a physical and mental advantage over police, especially the Special Operations Group, against whom they fully expected to come up against at some time in the future.'' Detective Sergeant John Morrish of the armed robbery squad was one of the key investigators who worked on Wilson. Morrish was known to have an intense dislike of people who used guns to terrorise members of the public. He wasn't too fond of Nazis either. On August 4, 1987, the Iceman was shot dead in an ambush outside a South Yarra chiropractic clinic. The murder remains unsolved. Silvester has a recorded interview with Wilson, and we hear John Morrish’s recollections, including that he was initially considered a suspect in Wilson’s murder. Thanks for listening. Please take the time to rate & review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. We love to hear your thoughts and it makes it easier for the rest of the podcast world to find us. Become a subscriber: our supporters power our newsrooms and are critical for the sustainability of news coverage. Becoming a subscriber also gets you exclusive behind-the-scenes content and invitations to special events. Click on the links to subscribe https://subscribe.theage.com.au/ or https://subscribe.smh.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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