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How did you check the fuses?

Not sure if this applies to your Australian model, but based on North American model wiring diagrams for that generation, a common factor to the latest symptoms is a fuse in the cabin fuse panel. It's identified in the wiring diagram as fuse #15, 10 Amps and powers a range of functions (depending on how the car is equipped):

A/C switch
Combination meter (includes instrument panel warning lights)
Mode control panel
TCS off switch
Blower motor relay
Check connector
Daytime running light control module
Daytime running light relay
FRESH/RECIRC actuator
Hi-beam relay
Power window and sunroof relay
Seat belt timer
 

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Fault code is 26 which relates to rear sensor signal.
Right rear sensor.

I wonder if the two rear sensors are the same part. If so, then it might be possible to swap the right rear and left rear sensors. If the problem is a sensor, the fault code # would change. If the fault code remains at 26, for the right rear, it points to wiring or something related to the hub - perhaps a faulty tone ring, or incorrect gap between the sensor and ring. (I recall some posts noting that if tabs on the tone ring are broken, or a tone ring is cracked, it could lead to sensor codes.)
 
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