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Why women can have it all!

Maureen Frank, founder of Emberin and a truly sphinxx leader, has penned an article in this month’s Dynamic Business Magazine about Why women can have it all! Frank reports that with paid parental leave due to start in 2011, businesses need to help their female staff plan for their time off and help them come […]

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Are you a fashion lover? Passionate about the community? Enjoy networking with fabulous women?

Then this is for you!  10 lucky sphinxx subscribers are invited to an exclusive fashion event at World Vision’s Gallery showcasing the work of Mavis Warrngilna Ganambarr. Mavis has created a range of raw and beautiful wearable art including handbags, beaded necklaces and brooches. The Elcho Island artist began coiling and netting with her grandmother […]

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Thinking Parents Forum – a valuable new resource for parents

If you have kids or members of your team are parents, this new website may be of interest.  The Thinking Parents Forum is a new community dedicated to inspiring the next generation of leaders and trail blazers – by inspiring the parents and opening discussions on all manner of topics related to young people, children and […]

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Take the work out of giving – Philanthropy made easy!

The Sydney Community Foundation is an independent public structure comprising a collection of endowed funds established by individuals, families, companies and other charitable trusts – a community of donors – to make a lasting difference to the life of the people in their community. The foundation acts as trustee for such donations, consisting of a […]

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New York Times column focuses on equality

Renowned journalist Bob Herbert of the New York Times, has penned an “about time” column titled “Politics and Misogyny,” highlighting various forms of violations of women’s rights in the United States, including violence and sex trafficking, and demands that the presidential campaigns address women’s rights issues in a more concerted manner. Click here to read the ‘Politics […]

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Pink Ribbon Day for breast cancer research – the fourth Monday in October

      Recent Australian cancer survival data demonstrates continuing progress against breast cancer. Breast cancer five-year relative survival has increased from 72 per cent in 1982-1986 to 88 per cent in 1998-2004. However, much more remains to be done.The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is the only Australian not-for-profit organisation funding research into the […]

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"Being kind and not mean would change the world a lot."
Indeed.
Thanks Campbell. And thanks to Verity Hayman for sharing 😊
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This boy's made more than 800 teddy bears for children in hospital after teaching himself to sew 🐻

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Shout out to the magnificent men at Manly Cycles (in Manly, of course!) who helped me out today. No, I haven't returned to my youth and bought a bicycle (though I did have a lot of fun on that bike like that time I cycled half way to Adelaide and back during the school holidays because - well - just because. And that time I cycled to the next town over to collect a new pet rabbit, who looked a little horrified when she realised she was to be the cargo transported on the parcel rack).
No, after the bicycle being my mode of transport to and from school for most of my primary and high school years, I don't care if I never ride another bicycle in my life.
But... the horse needed some bike tubes for his tie up post. So the men at Manly Cycles sorted that out for me, with a smile, and wouldn't even let me buy them a coffee in thanks. Big thumbs up!
#happyhorse #happylife
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