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  • Entertainment, General News
  • 21/02/2024
  • 08:36
The Ticket Merchant

Taylor Swift Ticket Scam Tips

The Ticket Merchant, an Australian forerunner of all things ticketing, has some top tips for anyone still desperately searching for Taylor Swift concert tickets in Sydney this weekend. Do not buy tickets off Facebook, Marketplace or Gumtree – avoid all social media for ticket purchases Only buy off companies that have verified sales and payment options like PayPal / Google Pay Check all online reviews from companies selling the tickets Be very wary if grammar or spelling is not accurate If the price is too good to be true, IT IS! The Ticket Merchant claims the Victorian Government'sThe Major Events…

  • Contains:
  • Human Resources
  • 21/02/2024
  • 08:00
Talent X

There’s No Staff Shortage in Australia; You’re Simply Not Hiring Correctly

Amid the ongoing staffing challenges plaguing Australia, Maddie Jones, the driving force behind Talent X, makes a bold declaration that’s causing ripples across the…

  • Contains:
  • Finance Investment, Political
  • 21/02/2024
  • 07:10
Super Members Council

Changes to make retirement simpler and easier to navigate

Australians spend all their super in retirement, draw down on super more than the minimum required, find retirement and super overly complex, and crave more information from their funds on how to navigate the system, new research shows. The Super Members Council retirement income submission to Treasury, made a series of recommendations to simplify the system for members while ensuring it can accommodate flexibility and sometimes differing needs of Australia's building wave of retirees. SMC Chief Executive Misha Schubert said super in combination with the Age Pension has given millions a better life in retirement. But while some Australians get…

  • Contains:
  • Environment
  • 21/02/2024
  • 07:02
NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA)

ASBESTOS INVESTIGATION UPDATES – 21 FEBRUARY

The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) investigation into asbestos contaminated mulch has returned two negative results in the past day, and no positives. The total number of positive sites remains at 47. The two negative results are schools: Mount Annan Christian College, Currans Hill Trinity Catholic Primary School, Kemps Creek As of 6pm yesterday, 798 tests have returned negative results since January 10. The EPA expects to receive further results over the coming days. Precautionary testing will be undertaken at three health facilities. These are Macquarie Hospital, Tresillian (Wollstonecraft) and Manly Adolescent and Young Adult Hospice. At risk areas will…

  • Contains:
  • Medical Health Aged Care
  • 21/02/2024
  • 06:05
Royal Australian College of GPs

GPs say patients would benefit from psychologists, pharmacists and diabetes educators in the practice team

GPs across Australia say their patients would benefit from a multidisciplinary care team at their general practice including psychologists, pharmacists and credentialled diabetes educators. In a nationwide newsGP poll, the majority of respondents (57%) said their patients would benefit most from having a psychologist in the practice team, followed by pharmacist (11%), credentialled diabetes educator (11%) and occupational therapist (4%). The Royal Australian College of GPs (RACGP) is calling for the next Federal Budget to include support for practices to grow their teams and employ other health professionals to improve care and access for patients. RACGP President Dr Nicole Higgins…

  • Medical Health Aged Care
  • 21/02/2024
  • 06:00
Monash University

Study shows importance of coaching as part of lifestyle programs for women planning pregnancy

Personalised support by health professionals is critical to optimising women’s engagement and motivation in lifestyle programs, and improves outcomes for women planning to conceive, Monash University research has found.Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation (MCHRI) researchers found that women planning pregnancy seek credible, evidence-based information to improve health, which may improve health prior to pregnancy and reduce pregnancy complications. Published in the international journal Nutrients, the study analysed the healthy lifestyle program OptimalMe. This online and phone-and-video-based program aims to empower and assist women in optimising their health, advocating for healthy dietary habits and regular exercise, and maintaining a…

  • Government Federal, Transport Automotive
  • 21/02/2024
  • 05:00
The Climate Council

Don’t pay double: More efficient new vehicles will lower fuel bills

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WEDNESDAY 21 FEBRUARY 2024 Don’t pay double: More efficient new vehicles will lower fuel bills Aussie drivers could pay up to twice the price for petrol when purchasing a new car compared to international car markets with effective fuel efficiency standards, according to the latest Climate Council analysis. On average, a new passenger car sold today in Australia will consume 6.9 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres (L/100km), leading to an annual petrol bill of almost $1,460. This is nearly $720 more per year than new European cars, which use just 3.5L/100km, and almost $570 more than…

  • Contains:
  • Finance Investment
  • 21/02/2024
  • 05:00
Independent Reserve

AUSSIE INTEREST AND INVESTMENT IN CRYPTO GAINS MOMENTUM DESPITE COST-OF-LIVING CRUNCH

Aussies’ awareness of crypto hit a new high of 95%, as digital currencies hit the mainstream. Anticipation of the first Bitcoin spot ETFs and the next Bitcoin halving lifted Aussie Bitcoin ownership, with 63% of crypto investors holding Bitcoin. Almost a quarter (24%) of crypto investors said they planned to sell or partially sell their crypto portfolio to help with the increased cost of living and rising interest rates. Australians’ interest and investment in crypto remains high and continues to gain momentum, with sentiment demonstrably shifting to a phase of renewed optimism and growth, according to Australia’s longest-running and most…

  • Business Company News
  • 21/02/2024
  • 01:07
John Mattone Global

John Mattone Selected as World’s Top Professional Coach for the Fifth Time

John Mattone, Bestselling Author and the World's #1 Executive CoachSANFORD, FL / ACCESSWIRE / February 20, 2024 / John Mattone has been selected as the World's #1 Executive Coach and Coaching Authority for the fifth time in the past six years by the research organization Globalgurus.org. Dr. Peter Chee was #2 and Tony Robbins was #3. As a bestselling author and globally renowned coach, speaker, and educator, John Mattone will be honored at the 2024 Annual Gala in Bali by Global Gurus.John Mattone - World's #1 Executive Coach John Mattone has been selected as the World's #1 Executive Coach and…

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