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New portal the answer to rising surrender rates

Posted on 14/02/2018 by SuperUser Account

Our client RSPCA launched their highly-effective online Surrender Portal

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GlobalX reveals what first-home buyers keep doing wrong

Posted on 14/02/2018 by SuperUser Account

Our client, GlobalX CEO Peter Maloney recently spoke with News.com.au about the common errors people make when entering the property market, as well as how to avoid them.

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Would you settle on the busiest day of the year?

Posted on 14/02/2018 by SuperUser Account

The biggest day of the year for Australia’s property industry

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Less talking, more action

Posted on 14/02/2018 by SuperUser Account

Our client ADA Australia’s CEO Geoff Rowe recently spoke to Australian Ageing Agenda about the need for more action and less discussion when it comes to tackling elder abuse issues in Australia

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Contracts reviewed in the face of scandal

Posted on 14/02/2018 by SuperUser Account

Aveo's new Freedom Aged Care program comes at a high cost

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Hand Heart Pocket gives a hand up to women’s domestic violence cause

Posted on 14/02/2018 by SuperUser Account

Women’s domestic violence helpline thrown a lifeline by last moment donation

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Queensland the only state to see a rise in first homebuyers

Posted on 15/12/2016 by Rhiannon Smith

Queensland was the only state to experience a rise in first-home buyers over the past quarter, after their number dropped 6.7 per cent nationally.

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Corporate Travel Management shares jump on acquisitions

Posted on 15/12/2016 by Rhiannon Smith

Corporate Travel Management expanded its footprint with the acquisitions of UK-based Redfern Travel and Andrew Jones Travel in Tasmania.

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REVEALED: Rise in cars confiscated from 'reckless' drivers

Posted on 5/12/2016 by Rhiannon Smith

Hooning is on the rise across Ipswich and the state with more than 14,000 cars impounded in 12 months. Ipswich, Brisbane and Logan have been singled out as "hooning hot spots" with 3,154 cars seized across the three cities, a 25 per cent increase on last year's numbers.

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Clampdown on Schoolies as close to 25,000 teens prepare to converge on the Gold Coast

Posted on 15/11/2016 by Rhiannon Smith

TEENAGERS counting down to Schoolies have been warned against recklessness during $45 million fortnight of celebrations, amid a clampdown on risky behaviour.

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