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Impersonating an emergency service worker in Victoria

No doubt readers of this blog will have seen the video of a truck being driving in Victoria with emergency warning lights and sirens.  For that that haven’t a correspondent has sent this link… 867 more words


NSW Coroner’s findings into Dungog floods

On 21 April 2015, the town of Dungog in rural NSW suffered experienced a sudden, apparently unprecedented flash flood that claimed three lives.  Between 28 and 31 August the NSW Deputy State Coroner heard evidence about the event, the ability of the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) to forecast the event and the response by NSW SES. 1,943 more words


Leveling Up

How many people do you know that significantly changed their socio economic status? People who went from working two minimum wage jobs and feeding their kids fried bologna sandwiches, to changing class levels and moving onto dropping their kids off at private school and picking up not just a coffee, but also those expensive breakfast sandwiches at a coffee shop on their way to their job that has health insurance and a quality 401k matching plan. 797 more words


How to Make Search Engines Work for You

While many business owners are starting to understand the value of focusing on their social media marketing efforts, increasing the reach of their website and attracting potential new customers, there is one area of marketing that is often vastly overlooked. 790 more words

Digital Marketing

Using private property to house evacuees in Victoria

A consultant ‘to a number of organisations, including local governments, in emergency management’ asks for comment on the following question “Can a Victorian emergency agency (e.g. 2,234 more words


I am a volunteer.

In my previous post, I mentioned that I volunteered for the NSW SES (State Emergency Service[1]). I think the SES is pretty unique to Australia. 546 more words

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