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Call for More Apprentices in WA Building and Construction
A recent article on abc.net.au quotes West Australian builder,...
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Migrant Child Detention a Growing Problem
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Plans for Prawn Farm Escalated
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International Weevil Sweeping Through Australia
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Coventry Heads Toward Liquidation
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NASA’s Road Map to Cloud Needs Reviewing
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James Tamou Out of Origin 2
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Australian Cricket Team lacks Leadership
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Do You Know Where Your Flowers Grow?
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Get Kids Out of the Internet and Back Into Innocence
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Hidden Letter in First Book Published in NZ
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Kimberley Resident becomes a NAIDOC Leader
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Landmark Reform to Protect Qld Agriculture and Environment
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A Dozen Break-ins in One Weekend Spurs Police Warning
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Digital Rollout Continues
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Flowers and Employees
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Cleaning Up the Meth Crime Scene
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Unvaccinated Children Cause Childcare Centres to Be Fined
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Mongolia Plans to be Green Energy Hub
Mongolia believes it can become Asia’s green energy super-grid. The...
Need to Protect Against Potentially Fatal Power Surges
The public has been reminded about the dangers of power surges...
Fencing Disputes can Escalate
People are being advised to seek help settling arguments...
When Fencing Goats, Think Big
Having adequate fencing is an essential part of running...
Mobiles Not a Risk to Planes or Vehicles
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Cut Learner Drivers Some Slack, Says Instructor
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The IB Sees Students Excel
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Hunting Down a Bargain on New Aussie TV Show
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Producing Colour: The Science to Dyes and Pigments
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Memory Foam Mattress Owners Less Intimate
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Palmer Against WA Price Hikes
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Hard-sells to Come to an End
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Property Scams May Come to an End
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  • A recent article on abc.net.au quotes West Australian builder, Dale Alcock, as saying that taking on new apprentices should be a priority for everyone in the building and construction industry. Mr Alcock is calling for the local building and construction industry in the south west of Western Australia to start providing more training for young […]

  • 4K TVs – What Is The Story?

    December 11th, 2013
    4K TVs – What Is The Story?

    The latest generation of television set, the 4K TV, is making its first appearances in upscale retailers and businesses. During this initial marketing phase, customer reception can make or break 4K TV as a long-term technological development. Television technology periodically updates into a new generation, with some generations of television achieving market success, while other generations fade […]

  • Underwear Through the Ages

    December 10th, 2013
    Underwear Through the Ages

    Consider this – 145 pairs of underpants are buried with Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamen, Italians consider red undies lucky, and the global underwear market is currently a billion dollar trade. With these facts in mind, it’s apparent that knickers are far from the unmentionables they once were. Crawford House Museum in Alstonville, Northern New South Wales, certainly […]

  • Equine Veterinary medicine is the discipline of healing horses, just like what medicine would do for a human. Veterinary equine technicians provide a nursing service for equine veterinarians, assisting in surgical, therapeutic, and diagnostic procedures. Equine veterinarian surgery is a complex discipline, and performing surgery on a horse requires a lot of preparation and qualification. While a […]

  • Irish Cookies to be Declared

    December 9th, 2013
    Irish Cookies to be Declared

    From September 2013 any companies collecting user-data for advertising will be bound to inform web-users under rules from the Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland (ASAI). According to the Irish Times, companies involved in online behavioural advertising (OBA) use cookies and information from web browsers to match ads to specific people. Cookies give advertisers insights into users’ web […]

  • A new report released by Human Rights Watch has revealed that Indonesia routinely detains migrant and asylum-seeking children for months and even years at a time. Indonesian law allows for immigrants to be detained for up to 10 years without any sort of judicial review and children are not excempted from this law. Despite a recent plea […]

  • Building a new home can be stressful, but there are ways to avoid and manage stress, as well as keep your sanity during the process. Make a plan setting out the goals to be achieved, and go over it thoroughly before building.

  • Gifts That Keep On Giving

    December 3rd, 2013
    Gifts That Keep On Giving

    Weddings are a special time in a person’s life, but can also be the most stressful. The weddings themselves, however, are not the only stress; buying a gift for the happy couple is proving to be more and more difficult, especially when newly weds are increasingly choosing to return or sell gifts. Some couples can’t be blamed […]

  • IFA 20Twenty entered voluntary liquidation late in October this year, as confirmed by a letter sent from the firm’s managing director to clients. In March the firm’s situation began to spiral out of control, and the only way forward is to liquidate assets and wind up the business. Five of IFA 20Twenty’s investors lodged claims against […]

  • Using Promotional Gifts Wisely

    November 27th, 2013
    Using Promotional Gifts Wisely

    Promotional gifts can help to reinforce positive business connections and increase exposure. They can be given to customers, partners, or even to staff as a thank you for the hard work they do behind the scenes. Different promotional items work better for different situations, however. Everyday Items Everyday items like water bottles and umbrellas are great […]

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  • IFA 20Twenty entered voluntary liquidation late in October this year, as confirmed by a letter sent from the firm’s managing director to clients. In March the firm’s situation began to spiral out of control, and the only way forward is...

  • Using Promotional Gifts Wisely

    November 27th, 2013
    Using Promotional Gifts Wisely

    Promotional gifts can help to reinforce positive business connections and increase exposure. They can be given to customers, partners, or even to staff as a thank you for the hard work they do behind the scenes. Different promotional items work...

  • Branded merchandising is one of the oldest, tried and tested forms of promotional marketing around. Using a physical object as the medium of promotion also gives your materials a long shelf life. A classic object for use in promotional merchandising is...

  • Ultrasounds contain a distinct logo next to the unborn child. Is this an unethical way to use branding? Parents feel a connection with their children and seeing these logos next to their developing baby could make parents connect that...

  • A clean office space looks professional and is inviting to both employees and clients. To keep clients coming back, these guidelines from Eco Fox Cleaning will help keep any business area in top order.

  • To know what is really happening with the economy, it is important that you look for the failsafe signs. According to former US Federal Reserve chairman and economic guru Alan Greenspan, there is one classic sign – and it’s...

  • Despite the recorded downturn in sales of portable spas in Australia, swimming pool and spa experts believe that it’s merely a case of poor marketing. Brian Jamieson from Lifestyle Spas and Leisure believes that the reason for the lack of...

  • Using eye-catching printed marketing materials is a simple, and effective way to bring customers and clients in. Business to Community provided the following creative ways to market your business:

  • Google Plus Local

    July 8th, 2013
    Google Plus Local

    Being found on Google search is one of the signs that you’ve made it successful online. The next step is to make your mark on Google Maps. It will come as no surprise that Google Maps allows you to...

  • The Internet telephony technology sector is rapidly growing, with modern technology ensuring easy and practical ways for people to keep in contact. Having said that, it is not always easy to choose the right VoIP phone system for your...

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