New campaign to defend paper and print industry

October 31, 2011 by  

A new campaign in support of the paper and printing industries has kicked off in Australia. Two Sides Australia is looking to enlist [Read more]

Internet Marketing Course Begins in Perth, WA

October 30, 2011 by  

The Australian Marketing Institute has announced that there will be an Expert SEO and Internet Marketing Course based in Perth, Western Australia. This course lasts [Read more]

Qantas Strikes Affect Australian Tourism

October 29, 2011 by  

Industry experts believe that the on-going Qantas strikes will have a damaging effect on Australian tourism. This is because Australians are fearful that their flights will be grounded. In order to avoid this, [Read more]

Certain Australia suburbs set to perform well in real estate sales

October 28, 2011 by  

Property insiders are predicting that properties which are based in Australian suburbs will sell well in the current climate. This is excellent news for sellers who are [Read more]

Melbourne home values staying flat or falling in current economy

October 27, 2011 by  

New figures have shown that over two-thirds of Melbourne homes have either dropped in price or stayed stable over the last three months. Economists believe [Read more]

The Great Brisbane Duck Race is ready to sail

October 26, 2011 by  

The 5th annual Great Brisbane Duck Race will take place on October 30 at Riverside Drive. The event raises money for the PA Research Foundation's cancer research at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. As many as 30,000 rubber ducks are [Read more]

Pop-up shops gain popularity in Melbourne

October 25, 2011 by  

Melbourne residents may have noticed temporary stores appearing in shipping containers, art studios, newspaper stands and cardboard cities across Melbourne. Many online stores have taken their products offline by setting up pop-up stores in Melbourne. While these stores [Read more]

Largest Ikea store opens in Sydney

October 24, 2011 by  

On November 3, Sydney will be home to the largest Ikea store in the southern hemisphere. The store will be 40,000 square metres in size and it will be twice the length of the Sydney Harbour Bridge; it is being described as a "mini-city." The store will also feature [Read more]

Australian print software company wins top business award

October 23, 2011 by  

Australian print management software suppliers PaperCut has been recognised in this year’s Smart Company awards for its ability to help businesses cut down their printing costs. PaperCut was recognised by national magazine Smart Company alongside other leading brands like Fitness First at [Read more]

Familiar Unfamiliar exhibit celebrates 45 years of the Print Council of Australia

October 22, 2011 by  

As a way of celebrating the 45th anniversary of the organization, the Print Council of Australia is bringing 45 of the most accomplished Australian artists in the craft of printmaking to several communities in Australia. The Familiar Unfamiliar traveling exhibit is [Read more]

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