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Hugh MacKay AOPublished on 5 Feb 2020
Topic: Australia Reimagined by Hugh MacKay AO ‘When it comes to our future, misplaced optimism is as dangerous as blind faith. What is needed is the courage to face the way things are, and the wisdom and imagination to work out how to make things better.’ This book is essential reading for everyone who loves Australia enough to want to make it a better place for us all.Read more >
Changes to New South Wales Drink Driving LawsPublished on 13 Dec 2019 by Caitlin Sauer
In May 2019, the New South Wales Government made changes to laws which impact all drivers in New South Wales who commit the offence of driving with a blood alcohol concentration which falls into the low range category. Low range means a blood alcohol concentration of 0.05 grams or more but less than 0.08 grams.Read more >
Sarah’s hidden insurance meant she could spend time with loved ones in the last year of her lifePublished on 12 Dec 2019 by Lucinda Gunning
Like most of us, the first time Sarah* (name changed) thought about insurance she might hold was after a crisis event, in her case a devastating diagnosis of terminal cancer in her mid 30s. Unfortunately for Sarah the usual types of insurance that most Australians are familiar with – such as workers compensation (if they were injured at work) or CTP scheme (if they were injured in a car accident) – did not cover her circumstances.Read more >