How to Save Money When Buying a Printer for Your Office

30 September 2016
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Office printers can be expensive, but in many industries, they are an investment into your business processes. Looking for a new printer? Wondering how you can save money? Here are some ideas to consider: 1. Make one printer the star. In some cases, you can save money on printers by making one printer the star. This printer should be the highest quality printer in your office, and it should be reserved for special printing tasks such as brochures you are going to share with clients or other promotional materials. Read More 

Using Framing and Roofing Timber to Join Two Mobile Homes

29 September 2016
 Categories: Business, Blog

If you have a mobile home and want to expand it, you may want to consider joining two mobile homes together. It's possible with some framing and roofing timber, a bit of plywood and a heavy dose of building acumen. In most cases, you are likely to need a contractor to help with the work, but here's a brief overview of the process so you can see what it involves: Read More 

Tips For New Lawn Care In Arid Climates

29 August 2016
 Categories: Business, Blog

If you live in an area where the climate is inclined to be very dry during the summer months, you can still enjoy a healthy, green lawn if you know how to care for it properly.  Here are some tips on how to keep your newly installed lawn lush and vibrant even when the temperature soars. Irrigation Your lawn is made up of thousands of tiny grass plants, each with its own root system. Read More 

The 4 Step Plan for Reducing Your School’s Litter Output

1 August 2016
 Categories: Business, Blog

If you're trying to make your school more environmentally friendly, one of the first problems you should tackle is litter. With students bringing everything from drinks to wrapped foods with them to school, litter can mount up quickly without proper management in place. Where the environment is concerned, it's important to keep litter low, even when it's biodegradable. Orange peel, for example, can actually take 2 years to fully decompose. In addition, litter like cans and bottles can injure Australia's vulnerable wildlife. Read More 

The Queer Move: 3 FAQs

29 June 2016
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Same-sex marriages are not legally recognized by the Australian constitution. However, those who identify as gay or lesbian can still enjoy a legally-recognized life with their partners in Australian territories by living as de-facto partners. Many of those attracted to the same sex often have a difficult time finding love the conventional way. For this reason, many gay and lesbian individuals resort to social networks and online dating platforms in their search for love, which sometimes leads their search to another country. Read More