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Only Australian Groceries – buy Australian and support Australian companies

      In Brisbane, Howard and Katie Hooker were so concerned about the lack of Australian products on supermarket shelves that they finally decided to start a grocery business themselves and stock only Australian goods.   Only Australian Groceries sells Australian owned and Australian made grocery items and delivers to anywhere in Australia (or the world) […]

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Love your Garden? Then make it “green”

Sydney Water has launched Love Your Garden – a service designed to give its customers access to expert advice about garden watering needs.Once you register, Sydney Water will arrange a time for their specially trained horticulturist to visit your home. They will evaluate all the factors that affect the amount of water your garden needs […]

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When it comes to leadership, there’s a great divide between what women want and what’s on offer

Every 2 years the EOWA produces its Census of women in leadership.  The recognised benchmark for gender diversity in corporate Australia, the Census is the most quoted statistic in Australia relating to women in the workplace. So let me ask… if you were to assess how well your company has performed in attracting and retaining women […]

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5 ideas for weathering the storm while the going is tough

This week I spoke at the finale event for the NSW Women in Finance mentoring program for 2008.  No doubt the program participants will look back on 2008 in years to come as a time when many great lessons were learned – both from their mentors and the financial crisis unfolding around us. It’s always easy […]

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Solicitor becomes NSW’s first woman directly appointed a judge

Congratulations to Julie Ward who was sworn in today as a Supreme Court judge in NSW, the first woman to be directly appointed in NSW without first serving as a magistrate or district judge first. Ms Ward was admitted as a solicitor in 1982 and in 1988 was made the youngest ever partner of Mallesons. She […]

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What pushes your buttons?

Last week my favorite newspaper column featured a story of how one bank is tackling its gender imbalance at the top.  A head of diversity and inclusion has been appointed and a forum for 300 of the bank’s executive women was convened to signal a commitment to change the bank’s gender profile.  Sounds like good […]

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