Work and Wander: Embrace the Freedom of Remote Jobs While Traveling the World

25 July

Ever dreamed of working in a hotel room overlooking the Mediterranean, travelling through Europe, or exploring Australia in a caravan? The flexibility in today’s job market, driven by the remote working revolution, has made it possible for many to...[Read More]

Embrace the Journey: Turning Passions into Skills and Career Opportunities

25 July

Starting something new is an exhilarating yet daunting experience. Whether it’s pursuing a passion, learning an instrument, diving into mechanics, or mastering a trade, the journey is as rewarding as the destination. Taking that first step to...[Read More]

Planning for retirement in the modern world

25 July

To prepare for retirement, there’s forced savings in the form of social security, such as superannuation. Other options to arrange for a secure financial future are savings in the bank, investments and insurance. These days, preparing for...[Read More]

Five ways to help mitigate small business risks

24 July

As a small business owner, you don’t need to be told that running an enterprise has its fair share of risks. Learning to deal with them effectively is critical, if yours is to prosper and grow.   So, what is risk management and how can you and...[Read More]

Tips to keep your business thriving in FY25

24 July

A new financial year is a great opportunity to review how you approach your business finances. It can also be one of the best times to plan ahead and make changes to help improve your business’s success. So, let’s explore some strategies that...[Read More]

Hints on state of economy as cost relief kicks in

24 July

Experts will scour the first trickle of financial data for early clues on the state of Australia’s economy since tax relief kicked in. The purchasing managers’ indexes for the manufacturing and services sectors land this week, as pay packets...[Read More]

‘Teething issues’ to linger after global IT outage

24 July

Sectors affected by the global IT outages could take weeks to get back to normal, the home affairs minister has warned. The outage, caused by major cyber security firm CrowdStrike deploying a software update, left industries ranging from banks,...[Read More]

Ramp up research or risk falling behind, event told

24 July

Australia needs to make bigger investments in research and development projects to avoid falling behind global competition, a conference has been told. It also needed to include more First Nations experts to tap into vital, specialist knowledge. The...[Read More]

Pump and dump share scheme ‘tried to rig stock prices’

24 July

An alleged scheme to artificially inflate share prices before selling the stock has been busted by the financial regulator. Participants in the alleged “pump and dump” scheme face up to 15 years behind bars and fines of more than $1 million,...[Read More]

Energy suppliers use cold snap to fire up power prices

24 July

Power producers chasing profits during a cold snap have stoked wholesale electricity price rises in recent months, according to the latest data. Wholesale electricity prices have increased across all regions except Queensland as more expensive gas...[Read More]

High-caffeine brands seized in ‘energy drink’ crackdown

24 July

Hundreds of highly caffeinated beverages have been removed from shelves in a crackdown on potentially harmful energy drinks. Beverages with almost double the maximum allowed caffeine content are among almost 700 drinks seized during inspections of...[Read More]

Tax breaks on ‘big, dumb’ utes cost the public $250m

24 July

Australian taxpayers lost out on a quarter of a billion dollars in revenue in 2023 thanks to a generous tax loophole for “big, dumb” American-style utes, a report says. Large utes such as those made by Chevrolet and Ram are being subsidised as...[Read More]

Navigating the intricacies of family Law: Why professional guidance is essential

18 July

Family law is a highly sensitive niche that profoundly impacts the lives of individuals and families.  Given its intricate nature, seeking professional advice is paramount to effectively navigating its complexities.  Here, we explore some trending...[Read More]

Inspired living: Cultivating self-motivation and purpose

18 July

Self-inspiration is a transformative process, igniting our internal drive and pushing us toward our goals with newfound energy and enthusiasm.  It is the spark that fuels our passion, creativity, and resilience. Inspiration is not a fleeting moment...[Read More]

What you need to know about home improvement

18 July

Embarking on a home improvement can be an exciting and rewarding process. It can transform your living space and increase the value of your property. With so many informative videos and other great resources online, there’s a thriving culture...[Read More]