Suzanne Nenke is a medical student at The University of Western Australia. She has recently had the opportunity to experience training in rural WA and overseas but, as she explains, it hasn’t all been an easy road. When asked at age 13 what I would like to do when I...read more
In 2016/17, the WA tourism industry directly employed 71,100 people and indirectly created a further 32,800 jobs. As a sector providing significant employment in our state, it is important for businesses in tourism to understand their legal obligation to their...read more
Jackie Jarvis is a farmer from Margaret River who, together with her husband, is a commercial wine grape grower. She has a finance industry and agri-business background and now works in the Not for Profit sector offering employment services. Jackie is currently the...read more
THE WATER BEARER Tracy Ryan - Fremantle Press Water is contained in these poems in many different ways: from the water ﬁlling a second-hand cooler in an old farmhouse, to ocean riptides and impassive dams; from swimming lessons to paddocks layered with water after...read more
At Bailiwick Legal we are constantly surprised at the gaps in documentation that our clients just didn’t know they had to have. Documents you must give to your employee (and keep a record of) : TFN form Payslip Superannuation Choice Form Fair Work Information...read more
Maree is a facilitator and business development consultant. Her business, Belay Consulting focusses on strategic business development through facilitated workshops, business and personal coaching and succession planning for farmers and family businesses. “Most people...read more
From thinking of farming as an outdated industry to becoming a champion of a dynamic and evolving industry, Bonnie Hargreaves is one of the new faces of agriculture. I am not from a farming background, yet I cannot wait to become involved in the agricultural industry...read more
One great idea, one night, one classic movie, two friends and many hands equals a successful fundraiser for a special cause. Flipping lazily through my favourite Australian fashion mag, Peppermint, one evening, a small article titled “Frock n Roll” caught my...read more
Born and bred in Albany in the Great Southern, I met my now husband Peter in Albany while he was doing an apprenticeship. I had not even heard about Ravensthorpe, but apparently there was such a place and that’s where my husband was going to take me. Kuibrook was our...read more
Last month, women in Kalgoorlie celebrated International Women’s Day in the company of Rosie Batty who travelled to the town and attended a number of local organisations and events. During her time she met with community members, women who have or are experiencing...read more
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