by Adrian Payne When he was at school, like most kids for one reason or another Jay was teased because his name was different. He soon worked out that if he learned to defend himself, the pressure from the bullies Continue reading Jay Bacik and Healthy Harold On the Front line of Health Education
The Hon. Charlie Lynn – Member of the Legislative Council More than a decade before invasive social media introduced a new level of nothingness into our lives the Australian newspaper published an article titled ‘Youth and the Challenge of Change’. Continue reading Time for a National Civil Service Scheme
The one thing you can be sure of is change in the Sydney Hills. The changes are being driven by growth as more people choose to call The Hills home, and construction of the North West Rail gets underway. Economic Continue reading Growing The Sydney Hills
John Yealland – Enterprise Improvement Specialist, TAFE NSW – Western Sydney Institute So effective is the human mind at focussing on specific tasks, that it can completely ignore unexpected visual stimuli. The Smithsonian Institution has studied ‘inattentional blindness’ for over Continue reading A Fresh Set of Eyes for All Types of Business
John Watters, Executive Officer – AusSIP If you take a snap poll of parents with school-aged children, the most fundamental outcome every parent want for their child is to make their transition from school to work as smoothly and as Continue reading School To Work
Carla Mollica, Writer – The Web Content Specialist Could social media be wasting your precious time and money and offering very little benefit to your company? Social media advocates (ie marketers who offer social media services) will say it is Continue reading Social Media… Does it Work?
by Sabrina Ferguson It’s a competitive world out there, not just for businesses competing in the same market, but for business and networking associations offering services to help business owners grow their networks. There are so many options to choose Continue reading Chambers Promote the Spirit of Co-operation
by Angry Anderson The dictionary defines innocent like this: …free from moral wrong, sinless, not guilty (of a crime), free from responsibility for an event yet suffering its consequences (innocent bystanders). Simple; gutless; naive; harmless, (from the Latin) innocent, ‘not Continue reading Innocent, Innocence, Innocents