People & Community

On Sorry Day the Uluru Statement from the Heart calls again for Voice, Treaty and Truth

An enshrined Voice is not only the best way to ensure the longevity of this reform it also gives it the respect of being in the same document as the most powerful government bodies

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You can probably read this – but for me, the written word is heard not seen

Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day, a great opportunity to promote how inclusive design provides benefits for the entire community.

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Lots of people I talk to are tired

It has been more than two years since we packed up our workspaces, set up our makeshift home offices, and bedded down with our pets to await the end of…

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My struggle with a career break. How COVID changed my thoughts on work and family

We talk about how COVID has changed the way we do businesses. We are constantly redefining the new normal but for me this change was not just work but personal as well.

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ANZAC Day at Hellfire Pass on the Burma Thailand Railway

Every ANZAC Day is unique but it is important to always remember the sacrifices of those who came before us and those who still serve

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Look to the skies. The Crescent Moon, signalling the start of Ramadan

If you look to the night sky, there is a beautiful crescent moon that indicates the start of Ramadan

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What Happens Next? Inspiring Women

This episode of What Happens Next? focuses on some of the key issue’s women face every day in the workplace – from discrimination to the gender pay gap.

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On International Women’s Day, remembering Cate. My work mum and my inspiration

It was not Cate’s brilliance, or her status in the Sydney technology industry, but rather Cate’s humanity that made her inspiring.

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Vale Warnie: one of those rare sportsmen who changed the way the game is played

He was the biggest showman in the game, a larger than life character, the classic Aussie larrikin.

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I’ll be working this January 26 and here’s why

January 26 is not a day I wish to celebrate. For me, it represents the beginning of the destruction of thousands of years of culture, tradition and heritage.

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The National Santa Shortage – the North Pole responds

With the news that Australia is facing a critical shortage of Santas this Christmas, Brendan Richard spoke to Santa’s Head of Elf Resources (HER), Barbara.

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Amplifying the voices of LGBTQ+ people through data: a recipe for change

Organisations use data as a valuable tool to improve their operations, to better serve their customers and to measure progress against their strategy. But data also gives insights into our…

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Move for Men. The value of talking openly about mental health

In response to the tragic loss of one of our friends, who took his own life in November 2019, Move for Men was created by four friends and me. At…

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