The events industry is a large contributor to the Australian (and global) economy. Engaging speakers, unique event experiences and the opportunity events provide for social connection are key drawcards for event attendees.
Continue reading “The future of events in the 2020’s”
It is hard to refute the statement that we are now living in the great screenage. Screen-based devices are now a regular part of our day to day lives and have a monumental impact on the emerging generations.
Continue reading “Emerging Generation’s Recommended Screen-Time – It’s Less Than You Think”
By: Michael McQueen
For many of us, the very mention of Artificial Intelligence conjures up futuristic notions of SkyNet and cunning malevolent robots rising to destroy humankind in the Terminator film series.
Continue reading “Why You Should Worry Less About AI”
A recent data release from the ABS shows some interesting findings about Australia’s population and migration trends for the year ending 2018.
Continue reading “Australia’s Indian Community Experienced the Largest Growth in 2018”
By: Yvette Cherry
The parents of Dolly Everett, a 14 year old girl who took her own life after being relentlessly bullied, have created a very powerful and evocative advertisement to address the issue of cyber bullying.
Continue reading “Dolly’s Dream”
By: Michael McQueen
It has been a growing popular conversation over the last decade. Driverless cars – one of the sure symbols that the future has arrived.
Continue reading “What You Need to Know About the Driverless Age”
By: Clare Bruce
“The one thing that all experts agree on is that at this stage, the feoteus can’t feel anything.” Continue reading “Abortion Worker’s Shocking True Story told in ‘Unplanned’”
By: Sheridan Voysey
Diana is a hair stylist and public health advocate. Chestnut hair, warm smile, she’s good at her job and caring towards others. She’s also a five-time suicide attempt survivor.
Continue reading “Suicide: Here’s What Survivors Want You to Know”
By: Dr Justin Coulson
Alex* was a popular kid. He seemed OK. He was good at sports, doing fine at school, and came from an affluent, strong family.
Continue reading “R U OK Day – Having the conversation and what to do if the answer is ‘no’.”