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Tag: Nina Gass

THE RUNVENTURE TOUR IN BALI

IN-DEPTH NEWS FEATURE: Mention ‘Bali’ to just about any Australian and images of beaches, Bintang Beer and ‘Rhonda and Ketut’ instantly spring to mind for many. But there’s much, much more to this beautiful tropical island paradise and a new ‘RunVenture’ tour promises to show the slightly more adventurous traveller the ‘real’ Bali. The tour […]

GWINGANNA LIFESTYLE RETREAT HELPING TO REDUCE HIGH LEVELS OF STRESS

IN-DEPTH NEWS FEATURE: The Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat is changing the lives of Australians, one guest at a time. Tucked away in the mountains above the Gold Coast in the Tallebudgera Valley, this lifestyle retreat aims to reduce stress, which according to Lifeline Australia affects 91 percent of Australians in at least one important area of their lives […]

PHYSICAL EDUCATION COLLEGE GIVES CAMDODIAN CHILDREN A BRIGHTER FUTURE

IN-DEPTH NEWS FEATURE: Aiming to improve life for disadvantaged children in Cambodia, many of whom work from a young age and live in poverty, the Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE) and the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) have teamed-up to offer a mutually rewarding and life-changing educational experience held in Cambodia for ACPE students and Cambodian […]

Art for Mark Lobert is a Lifesaver

Adelaide artist and gallery director, Mark Lobert, 47, who has battled lung disease over the last 18-months says that art is his breath of fresh air. Lobert, however, is one of many. According to the Lung Foundation Australia, some 7 million Australians over 35 are at risk of lung diseases, including lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

WORKPLACE HEALTH CHALLENGE IS IMPROVING WORKPLACE INJURY AND CHANGING EMPLOYEE AND EMPLOYER MINDSETS

IN-DEPTH NEWS FEATURE: Workplace Health Challenge (WHC), an intensive workplace health improvement program, is seeking to minimise workplace injury and illness that Work Safe Australia estimates cost more than $50 billion a year. Workplace injuries and illnesses, state the Australian Bureau of Statistics, are both physical and psychosocial and can have an impact on long-term […]

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