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Businesses join up to
create one-stop shop
Business of the week
Johnnie Lange, right, with co-workers of Lange's Auto Centre.
Photo: Daniel Spellman
Not many businesses can offer customers the
scope of services now available at Lange's Auto
Centre. The business, which is currently owned
by brothers Dean and Johnny Lange, has joined
forces with another well-known and trusted
business, Mick's Complete Auto Electrics, to
offer their customers comprehensive service
options for their vehicle.
Lange's Auto Centre in Queanbeyan was
established in 1971 by Dean and Johnny's father,
John Lange, and was then known as Queanbeyan
Brake and Muffler Centre. Mr Lange senior
moved the operation to its present site at 44 Yass
Road in 1984.
In 1998, the business name changed to Lange's
Last month, the business was extended to
include Mick's Complete Auto Electrics on the
premises. This exciting development means that
customers are now offered many more options.
"Mick has come in with us now and the shop
will be adjoined to our first premises," Johnny
"We wanted to be able to team up with a trusted
auto electric, engine management and air-
conditioning specialist to be able to offer
everything on site, a one-stop shop."
Michael Bond of Mick's Complete Auto
Electrics said his business had been in the Calwell
area for the last 12 years and that he was looking
forward to setting up as an extension to Lange's
"We already have a great customer base so this
was an opportunity to build on that," he said.
"Deciding to join forces with Johnny here and
bring the expertise together is working really
Lange's offers on-site repairs and servicing,
while Mick's Complete Auto Electrics offers a
mobile breakdown service, including work on
To complement its great vehicle maintenance
record, Lange's also offers a complete rego and
For more information, phone 6297 6969.
Behind the blue line
Underground car parks targeted
ACT Policing is requesting the
assistance of local residents in
response to a number of reports
of theft and property damage
incidents in underground car
parks in the Inner North.
These burglaries have
occurred in basement car parks
of apartment complexes
involving items such as bikes,
tools and sporting equipment.
ACT Policing has increased
its high-visibility patrolling
around apartment complexes,
but we're calling on the
assistance of residents who live
in apartment complexes.
To help reduce anti-social
behaviour in your
neighbourhood, ACT Policing
encourages residents to:
Be wary of people loitering
in the area.
If you see any suspicious
activity, please contact ACT
immediately on 131 444.
Ensure storage areas are
locked -- it's not secure unless
you make it secure.
Ensure that the car park
boom gate or security gate is
fully down before leaving
complex. A gate left up is a
haven for an offender to gain
access to your apartment
Record details (make, model
and serial numbers) of items
that could be stolen, especially
If suspicious people or
vehicles were in the area but
have since left, details can be
reported to Crime Stoppers on
1800 333 000 or online at
Report incidents of property
damage by calling 131 444.
Police may not attend, but if the
incident is reported it assists
with targeting our patrols.
When calling Police or
Crime Stoppers try to provide
as much detail as possible.
For example, how many
people were loitering in the
area, their age, details of
clothing, was a vehicle seen, if
possible obtain the registration
Further information can be
found by accessing the Crime
and Safety link on the ACT
Policing homepage, or go to
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