May 29, 2014

Would Someone Like To Visit / Help Out In Dampier, WA?

Would someone like to spend some time in Dampier, in WA’s Pilbara region – Red Dog territory? PWF has just received the following letter from a very good-hearted semi-retired school teacher, Julie McGowan. She writes: Hi My name is Julie […]
May 16, 2014

Interested In Participating In Sydney’s EcoXpo 2014?

Last year Dr. David Suzuki helped the EcoXpo celebrate its 5th anniversary – a great success, by all accounts – and this year the City of Sydney will be a partner, recognising the EcoXpo as the major sustainable event in […]
April 29, 2014

A ‘Young-At-Heart-Widow’ Seeks Travel Companions

Kaye, who decsribes herself as a ‘young at heart widow’ in her early 60s totally agrees with others seeking travel companions rather than going it alone. Kaye writes: “I have just traveled up from my home state Victoria to Dalby, […]
January 10, 2014

Gawler Ranges’ Mt Ive Station Seeking Part-Time Worker

Joy Newton from Mt Ive Station in South Australia’s beautiful Gawler Ranges has contacted us again in her search for someone/a couple(?) interested in helping for just a few hours a day with general cleaning/ caretaking on their diversified sheep […]
November 2, 2013

Part-Time Sheep Station Tourism Work In Gawler Ranges SA

Joy Newton from Mt Ive Station in the Gawler Ranges contacted us some time ago regarding travellers helping out a little with a small tourist venture on their Gawler Ranges sheep station in exchange for a powered site etc. Unfortunately […]
September 30, 2013

Winning App Makes Classy Videos…Free For Short Time

With the launch of the new video-app ‘Cinch’ there is now no excuse for making bad videos. Cinch guides users through the filming and editing process with on-screen guidelines helping to record, trim, rearrange and add music. Cinch is a […]
September 29, 2013

Senator Wants To Hear Indigenous Grassroots Ideas, Solutions

This week’s Koori Times front page is reporting ‘Scullion’s Pledge, saying despite initial appearances to the contrary, new federal Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion is keen to hear from community members. He says: “What’s important is that we listen to […]
September 29, 2013

‘Fluffy’ Labelling, Sustainable Forestry, And Jobs in Victoria

A few days ago I came across three young women touching up an enormous banner in an inner Melbourne park. It was a sign to be photographed from the air in the Toolangi State Forest, northeast of Melbourne, home to […]
August 20, 2013

Future Travel Companions Getting To Know Each Other?

Sue has emailed us about locating possible travel companions. She says: Hi I live in Sth West Queensland, I am single and in my late 50s. I would like to meet and/or correspond with ladies interested in travelling locally, interstate […]
August 11, 2013

Latest Green Gar Trends

Following is a guest post from Rachel MacDonald, a freelance writer specialising in the automotive industry. She likes to keep up to date with new trends and releases in the industry as published on _______________________________________________________________ Could the Latest Green […]
August 11, 2013

Opera, Rembrandt-In-ACTION: Flashmob Viral Marketing

After ten year’s of renovation, Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum/State Museum was re-opened to the public in April 2013. Advertising Agency JWT Amsterdam came up with the promo idea of a flashmob version of Rembrandt’s enormous 1642 painting ‘The Night Watch’ brought to […]
July 31, 2013

SecondBite Fund-Raising At 2013 Melbourne Cup Carnival

SecondBite is the new Pin & Win Charity Partner for the 2013 Melbourne Cup Carnival. All money raised from the campaign will help feed hungry Australians doing it tough. What Is Pin & Win? Pin & Win is an annual […]