Save The Koala Day – Deborahs Footsteps

Deborah From Save The Koala Passion for Koala…

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Mrs. Robinson will be presented with a Koala Habitat Atlas Map of her surrounding area. Deborah believes the map will justify Mrs. Robinson’s argument in her bid to not only protect her personal property from fragmentation, but to protect the immense amount of Koala habitat in surrounding areas which are under considerable threat from powerlines and urban expansion. Ms. Tabart – The Koala Woman – says this is a classic example of where Government maps are wrong and the developers are just allowed to bulldoze their way though sensitive habitats.

“Government maps say the land is not worth protecting, but I challenge Minister for the Environment; Andrew Powell, to show me why this road should go ahead” said Ms. Tabart.

Read Her full Story…


Do you have a liquor problem?

Our Friends at The Shout Shares an Interesting Fact About Liquor Problem:


A little over pouring here, a few free beers there, a couple bottles dropped during peak hours or a few keying errors; innocuous as they may seem, these losses can add up to as much as 25% of your bottom line. The right combination of POS, management and surveillance systems can curtail this kind of wastage, improving your bottom line. Vectron POS combines unique PLU free stock management powerful reporting and real time alerts to give you a complete control of your venue operation.

You set up customized alerts, and choose which information is sent to whom. Any variance or no sale alert could be sent to the manager on duty, who can quickly look in to the matter or you could get an email when the cash register reaches its limit. With real time updates, you can keep up with the venue’s operation while at home, on vacation or any other place.

You can read more of this here…

How to use Pinterest, Instagram & Google+ for Marketing: Workshop

Profitable Hospitality Presents their Social Media WorkShop Part 2

There are many ways to use them for promoting your business and driving website traffic. Google+ is Google’s way to combine its services into a social network, and adds many of the interactive features of Facebook. Good Google ranking is vital for online business success, so understanding Google+ is essential.

This 3-hour Workshop presented by Ken Burgin, will show you fast ways to use these services – no technical skills required! Includes 6 months of follow-up support – phone, email or face-to-face.

Visit for more details…


Coles, ISPT enter property joint venture

Latest News From Retail Biz:

Under the arrangement, Coles will retain a 25 per cent interest in the centres and will continue to manage the centres. ISPT and Coles will also look to place further properties into the joint venture as opportunities arise and Coles will maintain development control over these properties.

Coles finance director Rob Scott said the joint venture would deliver strong benefits to both parties.

“This joint venture with ISPT means Coles has secured a long-term property partner with closely aligned commercial interests,” he said.

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Save a Rainforest Projects Around the World

Rainforest Rescue Urgues You to Participate!


Rainforest Rescue identifies and purchases rainforest at risk of development and protects it forever by converting properties into Nature Refuges and removing all development rights. By protecting rainforest before it is destroyed, we maintain the carbon in the trees. The release of carbon into the atmosphere is a major contributor to Climate Change.

Visit now, to learn more.

Facebook – New Koala Territory

latest News From Our Friends at Save The Koala:


In October, we asked our Facebook supporters what they had been doing to help save the Koala – and we were overwhelmed with inspiring responses! One girl asked her friends to donate to the AKF instead of buying gifts for her 12th Birthday. Koala carers responded with stories of their experiences looking after injured and sick animals. Volunteers revealed their obsessions with Koalas and how much time they have devoted to the cause every day. Others shared how they had individually been spreading the word and increasing community awareness through social media and self-promotion. We even received a poem expressing one family’s love for the Koalas!

Check Their Fan Page Here…

From The Producers Of The World’s Best Sauvignon Blanc*

Our Friends at The Shout Features the Yealands Wines


Yealands wines have been awarded over 300 wine medals since their first vintage in 2008. The ultimate recognition was received at the 2012 International Wine Challenge with the Yealands Estate Single Block S1 Sauvignon Blanc 2011 winning the International Sauvignon Blanc Trophy and also the trophy for the best white wine from Marlborough.

More here…

Telstra shares hit 58-month high

Our Friends From Business Spectator Would Like to Congratulate Telstra Corporation Ltd For a job well done:

At the 1615 AEST official market close Telstra units grew 2.77 per cent to $4.82, against a benchmark index rise of 1.09 per cent. The telco touched a high of $4.84 earlier in trade. 

Telstra was the most heavily traded stock, with 57.045 million shares changing hands. 

IG market analyst Stan Shamu said Telstra appeared to be headed to $4.96 in the short term, the level reached in June 2007.

The biggest story on Australian markets today was the “the relentless march higher of the yield play”. 

Mr Shamu said…



Twitter and Facebook for Marketing and Networking: Workshop

Profitable Hospitality Features the Workshop by Ken Burgin


The workshop is a demonstration using a large screen and with the presenter online. Workshop includes notes, a special web page of resources and 6 months of personal consultation (online or in person) with Ken Burgin to assist in the use of Twitter and Facebook to promote your business or network.

DATES & LOCATIONS: Check the CALENDAR for location of the next course.

Held in Sydney on a weekday evening…

More trees for Cassowaries planted at Mission Beach

Our Friends at Rain Forest Rescue Would like to Congratulate Cassowaries in the Bingil Bay area:

The tree planting is the second to be funded by Rainforest Rescue in the Mission Beach area; the local Cassowary population is also benefitting from the planting of 1,900 trees, also managed by Terrain, in a Cassowary corridor at Cottonwood, near Wongaling Beach.

Bingil Bay resident Greg James, who planted trees on the day and is also a Rainforest Rescue supporter said, “Because of the pressures around here, this is an area that needs attention, every little bit counts. 

This year’s site was specifically chosen because…