By: Justin Rouillon
As Mother’s Day approaches, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Shannon Fentiman has encouraged anyone buying their mum a gift to remember their consumer rights.
Continue reading “Make Mother’s Day Memorable For All the Right Reasons”
By: Ben McEachen
In a world of choice, it can be almost overwhelming to work out what gift to give every Christmas. Continue reading “12 Christmas Gift Ideas to Turn a Stranger’s 2021 Around”
By: Dr Justin Coulson
Topics discussed in this episode:
– Justin & Kylie answer some rapid fire Christmas conundrums
– Gift giving
– Gift cards vs gifts
– Buying for the extended family
– Present reveal vs letting everyone open their gifts at once Continue reading “Happy Families Podcast: Christmas Conundrums”
Christmas is the season of spending time with family and gifting presents to loved ones. It can be difficult to know what to buy, and in our latest research we explore the types of gifts Aussies are most hoping for this year … and the worst ones too!
Continue reading “What Aussies are most hoping for Christmas this year”
By: David Maegraith
From her younger years, Emmy Cooper had a love for helping people in need and raising funds and awareness for different projects.
Continue reading “Gifts For Greater Good”
By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez
On a recent trip to India, Eliezer Gonzalez and friends of GNU were able to visit the Good News Children’s Care Centre in the village of Nandiwada. The children put on a programme for the visit and they were also given gifts.
Continue reading “Gifts for the Children at the Good News Children’s Care Centre”
By: Duncan Robinson
Imagine that you walk through life carrying two things in your hands. In one hand is a gift, perfectly wrapped and finished with a bow. The wrapping paper is ornate and intricate. The precision in which it has been wrapped makes it simply marvelous to look at. Continue reading “The Gift and the Dirt Cup”