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Creating the foundations for a future-proof workplace

With rolling lockdowns continuing to plague Australian businesses, many are coming to terms with the fact that the way staff undertake their duties has changed forever. Clearly, work is no longer a location but is now an activity that can be completed anywhere and at any time. This shift is changing the shape and nature […]

Outlook reveals spring bushfire risk

Grass and crop growth in south-east Queensland and northern NSW, along with plentiful grass and dry soil in the north of WA, are creating above normal fire potential conditions in those areas as Australia heads into spring. Elsewhere in the ACT, most of NSW and Victoria, the spring potential for fire is below normal as […]

The power of positive planning

10 tips on building resilience and thriving during the pandemic It’s safe to say that the past 18 months have been tumultuous. The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc around the world, changing the way we live. Yet for those of us with a glass-half-full mentality, every challenge presents an opportunity, and these strange times are […]

We all play a part

Climate is right for a proactive ESG strategy The pandemic has brought to the forefront the need to fully understand risks and impacts to businesses, and for increased resilience and sustainability, but there’s also another risk on the register: climate change. The release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report last week brought […]

A great initiative!

Telstra makes public payphone calls free Australians will be able to make free calls from public payphones across the country under a new Telstra initiative. Standard national calls and SMS from Telstra’s network of more than 15,000 payphones will be made free from Tuesday, while payphones will become completely coinless from October 1. But consumers […]

“Does anyone know a good lawyer?”

There’s a global crisis happening, and it doesn’t involve COVID. The fact is, 70-80 per cent of people who have legal needs don’t engage with a lawyer to seek the legal help they need and the main reason for this is fear around price; second is lack of trust. How can a small-business owner find […]

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