‘Inadequate’: MPs admit tech knowledge does not compute

15 November

Australian politicians have admitted they do not know enough about technology despite being increasingly asked to legislate on the emerging threats of the digital world. After contacting 24 MPs from the last parliament, the Australian Strategic...[Read More]

Farmland most ‘tightly held’ it’s been in a generation

18 October

Australian farmland is more tightly held than it has been for a generation and prospective buyers are carefully reassessing purchasing decisions, according to a new report. The Rural Bank Australian Farmland Values Report is the longest-running...[Read More]

Pathway to budget balance littered with tough calls

26 April

Cost of living relief must be temporary and targeted and cash splashes shelved if the federal government is serious about taming inflation and returning the budget to balance in the next 10 years, new PwC analysis shows. Modelling by the major...[Read More]

Final Aust coin featuring Queen released

14 December

Since ascending to the throne in 1952, six portraits of Queen Elizabeth II have appeared on the back of Australian coins. But next year, a new design featuring the late monarch will be released for the final time. Nearly three months after her death...[Read More]

Budget good, but more needed: business

26 October

Peak business groups have hailed the Albanese government’s first budget as careful and cautious, but warn hard work lies ahead to shore up the economy. Business Council chief Jennifer Westacott said the Labor economic blueprint made the necessary...[Read More]

Electric car tax cuts welcome, more wanted

26 October

Federal budget tax cuts for electric cars and moves to create a national electric vehicle charging network in Australia have been welcomed by motoring and environmental groups overnight. The policies could shave $4700 off the cost of buying an...[Read More]

Families remember Bali victims 20 years on

5 October

When Kevin Paltridge’s son Corey was killed in the 2002 Bali bombings, the devastated father turned to other Australians whose children had died suddenly to try to cope with his own loss. He quit his job as an airline supervisor and went to work...[Read More]

The reasons people use financial advisers and how they chose one

2 December

REPORT 627: Financial advice: What consumers really think (Australian Securities and Investments Commission) August 2019 Reasons people use financial advisers Online survey participants were asked to read a series of statements about...[Read More]

How two Dads developed a new content marketing tool

13 October

We’re Steve Holmes and Gavin Klose, a couple of young(ish) Dads who in the damp South Aussie winter of 2012 decided we’d like to help out coaching our kids’ footy team.   Through the coaching, we realised we had both been working in...[Read More]

The big “f” word in social media

29 September

Hi folks, We often post our new websites that have just gone live and some topical blogs of interest. If you would like to see our current work and catch up on what we are doing it would be awesome for you to "like" us on Facebook. Yep, just...[Read More]

How often should I post on social media?

1 August

by Business2Community They fear they’ll be viewed as spam by their followers. What they’re not realizing is that any single post reaches a small fraction of your audience, regardless of how effectively you time your posts. Why you need to...[Read More]

What is FeedsyWrite? – beautifully written articles just for you

1 August

Feedsy clients already know how easy it is to reach your customers and prospects via FeedsyApp, Mail, Web and Print. And they also know you can add your own articles into the mix if you want to - Christmas messages, anniversaries, announcements,...[Read More]