Home improvement jobs soar thanks to COVID-19

- November 19, 2020 3 MIN READ

Whilst most industries experienced their worst year on record, one is currently flourishing at an unprecedented rate – and that industry is home improvements. With more people spending time at home for work and leisure, they are investing even more into their houses. Australian online services marketplace Oneflare’s research shows that trade services are growing… Read more »

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How happy are men in their careers and work?

- November 19, 2020 4 MIN READ

Careers and workplace wellbeing are a crucial factor for men’s overall health, wellbeing and satisfaction.  The 19th November each year is  International Men’s Day.  And supporting men in navigating their career and the choices and pressures around that is key, writes Sue Parker. International Men’s Day focusses to celebrate men’s diversity, role models, improve health,… Read more »


Small business owners shoulder the worst of the pandemic’s aftereffects

- November 17, 2020 2 MIN READ

The COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on ways of working has undoubtedly affected all workplaces. However according to new findings, small business owners are struggling the most with 3 in 5 unable to carry out normal business. The aftereffects of COVID are far and many. Government-mandated lockdowns, social distancing restrictions and economic uncertainty are a few. A… Read more »


Big breaks for small business in NSW budget

- November 17, 2020 3 MIN READ

Treasurer Dominic Perrottet has revealed the NSW state government’s plans to support small business and communities impacted by COVID-19 as he announced the budget to parliament today. With a focus on cutting red tape and providing support, the budget policies will make it easier to run a business so small business owners can re-build, attract… Read more »


South Australia’s COVID outbreak: what we know and what’s next

- November 16, 2020 4 MIN READ

A COVID cluster linked to a quarantine hotel in Adelaide has today grown to 17 cases. As a result, the South Australian government has reintroduced certain restrictions, including closing gyms, capping patrons in hospitality venues, and limiting visitors to private homes. Meanwhile, other states (WA, VIC, NT, TAS)  have reimposed border restrictions for South Australians.… Read more »

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Coronavirus update: All borders except WA to reopen by Christmas

- November 13, 2020 2 MIN READ

The prime minister Scott Morrison has confirmed Australians will be able to travel between all states and territories except Western Australia by Christmas thanks to a new agreement by the National Cabinet. WA easing restrictions WA has decided to continue to go it alone – although the state’s hard border will be scrapped from tonight… Read more »

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9 Indigenous entrepreneurs kicking goals!

- November 12, 2020 5 MIN READ

NAIDOC Week celebrations are held annually to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of First Nations people in Australia. Dean Foley Founder & CEO of indigenous accelerator program Barayamal shares his take on entrepreneurship in the Indigenous community and highlights up and coming entrepreneurs. Aboriginal and Torres Strait people have the oldest culture in the… Read more »