Introducing Feedsy Exclusive

We are very excited to launch our FeedsyExclusive content feed and we now want to share it with you. You can see all of the story feed HERE and it's a FREE add-on for all full FeedsyCommunicator, Campaigner and Advocator plans. To include this new content in your...[Read More]

New Feedsy style options and FeedsyMail templates

This is the biggest upgrade since we launched our Feedsy Testimonial Walls back in the early COVID days. With this announcement, Feedsy now delivers new ways to make you look good in front of your clients as we've been beavering hard on developing more design...[Read More]

Introducing a new “News Page” template: It’s a free upgrade for all

This is another big upgrade to complement the launch of our new email design templates that we launched back in March 2022. For a limited time, we are offering our newly created FeedsyWeb "News Page" upgrade free to all current clients currently using Feedsy and to...[Read More]

Electric car batteries could fuel a $17 billion boost

Australia could add more than 61,000 jobs and almost $17 billion to its bottom line if it made more electric car and solar storage batteries in the country, a report has revealed. The Charging Ahead study, released by the Future Battery Industries Co-operative Research...[Read More]

Know the Basics of Saving and Investing To Achieve Your Financial Goals

Do you struggle to pay your bills every month? Does it sometimes feel like you’re never going to earn enough money to save anything? Has your goal of financial freedom remained elusive through the years? Knowing and understanding the fundamentals of saving and...[Read More]

What Does Protecting Your Family Entail?

Protecting one’s family is a vital aspect of parenting, and every parent has their own unique ideas about what it means to keep their loved ones safe. As a parent, you feel the need to protect and keep your children safe, especially in the early stages of their...[Read More]

Oliver’s insights – have Australian home prices bottomed? Probably not.

Key points – Capital city property prices so far in March are on track for a 0.6% or so gain, led by Sydney, based on CoreLogic data. – The main positives for the residential property market are improving demographic demand, constrained supply and tight rental...[Read More]

Five steps to help respond to a cyber attack

With cybercrime on the rise, it’s becoming a matter of when, not if, a business will be the victim of an attack. So it’s vital to have a well-developed response plan ready to go in the event of a ransomware attack or other cybercrime. Here are five of the key steps...[Read More]

Investment markets and key developments

Global share markets had a volatile week reflecting the problems in banks but with banking system backstops and hopes of less central bank rate hikes providing some support. US shares actually rose 1.4% for the week having fallen further than other markets the week...[Read More]

Smashed avocados not to blame for housing crisis

The myth that avocados are responsible for the housing crisis has been smashed. Cutting spending isn’t making it any easier for prospective home owners to break into the property market, a study has found. Rising inflation and house prices mean deposits are largely...[Read More]

Australia’s growth prospects still looking downcast

Australia’s growth outlook remains subdued as turmoil in the global banking system adds to the pressures already weighing on advanced economies. The Westpac-Melbourne Institute leading index, which indicates the likely pace of economic activity relative to trend over...[Read More]

Urgent call for blood and plasma donations

An urgent plea has been issued for blood and plasma donations in an effort to boost critical supplies ahead of the upcoming Easter period. Australian Red Cross Lifeblood says it needs 3600 people to donate blood around the nation this week alone. There is a particular...[Read More]

Crossbench threat to close door on social housing fund

A multi-billion dollar fund to build tens of thousands of new social and affordable housing could be heading for defeat in parliament following concerns it would not fix problems in the sector. Under the government’s $10 billion Housing Australia Future Fund, 30,000...[Read More]

Defence minister lays out need for nuclear subs

Nuclear submarines will enable Australia to protect its sea trade routes, the defence minister says, after government backbenchers questioned the need for the technology. In a speech to parliament on Wednesday, Richard Marles laid out the pathway to the submarines,...[Read More]

Reserve Bank leaves rates pause in play for April

Reserve Bank board members have left a pause in rates on the table at the next meeting in April, but more rises could be necessary to tackle inflation. The minutes from the Reserve Bank board’s meeting were broadly consistent with recent softening in language in...[Read More]

Study shines light on depth of poverty in Australia

Renters, single parents, women, students, the unemployed and people with a disability are the Australians most at risk of poverty, a new study has found. The Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) partnered with the University of NSW to examine which groups were...[Read More]

Electric car-charging fees rise as energy prices bite

The price of refuelling electric vehicles in Australia is rising, with a third provider lifting the cost of some public chargers in response to soaring electricity prices. Chargefox, which operates the largest electric vehicle-charging network in Australia, has...[Read More]

Australians’ data could be exposed in e-waste

Australians’ data and critical infrastructure is under threat from careless e-waste disposal, which could have “catastrophic” consequences for national security, an expert says. Thousands of tonnes of old phones and other devices from Australian workplaces are...[Read More]

In the AFL coaching hot seat, a Critical Friend helps

Neil Craig and Adam Kingsley had identical answers to the same question, 32 years apart. For all your football experience and nous, how do you think you will go as a senior coach? “Until you’re in that hot seat, you don’t know,” Craig and Kingsley responded,...[Read More]

Call for ‘fair dinkum’ Pacific climate projects

Australian companies should be allowed to fund “fair dinkum” climate change projects in Pacific island nations as an offset against their own carbon emissions, a former top energy adviser to the federal government says. Kerry Schott, who chaired the Energy Security...[Read More]

Scheme to tackle youth homelessness gets $90m boost

More than $90 million will be injected into a program aimed at breaking the cycle of homelessness. The federal government funding, which will keep the existing nationwide program in operation, coincides with the official homelessness data collected during the last...[Read More]

Aspiring artists consider new careers after COVID

More than three years after the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the lingering impact is still being felt across the live music sector as new research shows aspiring artists are struggling to book gigs. About 81 per cent of aspiring artists say it’s difficult to book live...[Read More]

Safeguard offsets plan won’t change a thing: Forrest

Billionaire Andrew Forrest has spoken out against the federal government’s safeguard mechanism legislation which would allow big polluters to offset their emissions. The mining magnate and green hydrogen proponent has urged Australia to take bold steps to transform...[Read More]