Australia’s world-renowned Hunter Valley thoroughbred region has been an industry leader for decades, with some of the world’s leading racing operations, headed by Sheik Mohammed’s Godolphin, Irish giants Coolmore and local flagship breeders such as Arrowfield making multimillion-dollar investments in regional NSW. >> Read More Here
Pauline Hanson has drawn clear battlelines for the WA state election, opposing key Liberal and Nationals policies including the privatisation of Western Power and the iron ore mining tax. Ms Hanson, who is in Perth to select candidates for the election in March, said One Nation would not back policies that hurt ordinary people. >> Read More Here
Artemis Resources (ASX: ARV), the Australian resources company now backed by Australian mining entrepreneur David Lenigas, has entered into binding agreements with Fox Resources to acquire the fully permitted Radio Hill mining operations and associated infrastructure, 35 kilometres south of Karratha. >> Read More Here
A central Queensland coal miner has been awarded more than $1 million in damages after being injured in a car crash while driving home from work, in a case that has been tipped to change the way mining companies deal with fatigue.
Harold Kerle was driving home at 6:30am in October 2008 after a long night shift at the Norwich Park coal mine near Middlemount, north-west of Rockhampton, when he failed to negotiate a slight curve. >> Read More Here
A season ahead can be like a weather change. You know its coming, and you may even know what to dress like for when it arrives, but what are you doing to make sure you’re ready to switch into the weather change when it arrives? Ensuring you are ready is the necessity of preparation to make the most of every opportunity.
Change can be an inconvenience at the best of times, incredibly ill-timed at the worst of times, and yet change invites us to grow and navigate the opportunities to both actively engage results we’re seeking, and reflect on the progress of results so far obtained. Continue reading
The sale of Kidman cattle empire has been approved by Treasurer Scott Morrison, with the empire now belonging to mining magnate Gina Rinehart and a Chinese consortium.
In a statement, Mr Morrison said a local farming family would acquire the largest station in the Kidman group, Anna Creek, and its outstation The Peake. >> Read full story here
The rise of studio apartment living has both challenged us to move beyond the known boundaries of how we can experience life in the traditional layout of a home or large unit, and invited us to consider how we could re prioritize our categorization of life in how we live it with resources outside our apartment.
When you break this down and apply it into your life, you’re simply engaging a strategy applying to a living environment, and internalize it into the way you would need to think to support making choices to sustain this environment.
“Micro living is simply a representation of how we think about living.”
Location: Northern Territory NT
Project Manager: McConnell Dowell
Project Owner: Jemena
Budget: $300 Million
Phase: Pre Approved : Subject to Condition Approvals
Timeframe: To begin construction 2017, expected to be complete 2018 Continue reading
YOUR first PET is not your first pet, nor is it your first ‘pet’. Its your first ‘positive empowering thought’ you become aware of as you face the opportunities to achieve what is important to you. And by focussing on your PET, you also create the outlook and belief about what is possible, and therefore include yourself as being the person of possibility to make it happen.
The way we become aware of our first PET when facing a challenge, is to notice how we are framing the challenge, and the limits we choose to notice in our thinking around this. When you do this, then you give yourself permission to explore the contrast of this known limiting thought, the possibility. Now you are beginning…
“Overcoming a challenge begins with contrasting a limiting view with a different possibility.”