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Edition Number 214. Updated to Thursday, 16 May 2013
Direct debit scheme
to ease rego bill
Monthly payment plan ...read more...
Other Stories Oil magnets make pollutants stick
Slick technology to fight spills ...read more...
Jail for uploading degrading images
Laws respond to digital age ..read more...
Budget identifies transport projects
Road and rail upgrades ...read more...
Citizen jury to help create vibrant city
Bid to involve community< ...read more...
Report charts city's night economy
Surge in arts attractions ...read more...
Good social media smear campaign
Pap check-ups urged ...read more...
Gallery unveils festival art events' curators
Pair already at work ...read more...
Program to give new mums a strong start
Help during pregnancy ...read more...
Sustainability Council launches first report
Rich-poor gap of concern ...read more...
Bowden's shared streets open to all comers
Stage 1 completed ...read more...
Mining, infrastructure plans rolled out
Open for public comment ...read more...
Drivers targeted in roadside safety push
Yellow Ribbon day ...read more...
Awards treat for SA's top nurses
'Exceptional professionalism' ...read more...
Guide gives China taste of SA produce
Focus on safe sourcing ...read more...
Door shut on Gaol's guided tours
Private operator sought ...read more...
And in other news... Careers Guide available
Letters: Your Say Slow motion paperwork ...plus more... Talking PointNeed more than sunshine to draw Aussies back
They still call Australia home, says Benjamin Falkenmire, but Aussies in Europe are happy to linger ...read more...
Personal Development Manage mania: How to delegate successfully
by Steve Smit
Yes you can! When sticking points are copouts
by Remy Chausse
Joint accounts: it pays to check each other out
by Brian Davis
How to contribute to a happy workplace
by Long Yun Siang
Customer complaints: Nobody needs to lose
by Jeff Durham
PS Features Relative likeness: Europeans share common ancestors
by Sunanda Creagh
How to take years off your age
by Bernard Leung
Pollies, leave those teachers alone
by Ned Manning
Time to re-tool for the modern government workplace
by Helen Dickinson
Society best served when state steps up
by Geoffrey Gallop
Out Of Hours Getting Hooked On A Samoa Legend
by David Ellis
Travellers’ Good Buys
by John Rozentals
by Christine Salins