The Australian Football League has released two documents to assist with concussion management:
The City of Rockingham officially opened the Baldivis Sporting Complex on the 17th March 2023. The main focus of this complex is to offset the shortage of active reserve space in the City of Rockingham for sporting groups. The main pavilion of the complex will be home to the White Knights Baldivis Cricket Club and the Baldivis Brumbies Football Club. The complex also includes an indoor recreation centre and has plans for future expansion of another pavilion, 18 outdoor hardcourts, a nature playground and youth space.
The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, in collaboration with Curtin's Tourism Research Cluster, have released new research looking at the tourism industry in WA.
The report Go Your Own Way: Recovery and regeneration for the tourism industry in Western Australia, examines the dynamics of the tourism industry before and after the COVID-19 crisis and outlines the road to recovery for the sector in Western Australia.
The report finds that Western Australia’s tourism industry continues to bounce back from a pandemic-induced slump, but that the industry still faces many challenges, including realising the potential of cultural tourism, re-engagement with the important Chinese market and workforce shortages in regional tourism areas.
The Women in Print 2023 Breakfast Series has been launched, with the Perth event set to take place on 24th May with venue to be confirmed. Seeking to champion the many exciting pathways open to women in the print and visual communications industry, FutureNow has joined the sponsor list for the event in 2023.
The 2023 keynote speaker will be Danielle Dobson who will headline the Series in all locations, exploring her book Breaking the Gender Code. Danielle is a speaker, author, facilitator and mother.
Susan Heaney, chair, Women in Print, said, “Often women feel they are failing if they reach out for support and approach their professional lives with an invincible attitude. Breaking the Gender Code is about assessing that and looking to how we can equip ourselves with skills to feel empowered, recognising our contributions and feeling valued in what we do. I think it is topical, our Women in Print community will be able to walk away from the events with skills they can start using immediately.”
Established in 2007, Women in Print is a collaboration of women across the print communications
industry. It acts as a support team offering opportunities to network whilst benefiting women from
all walks of life, in and around the industry. Their events, webinars and engagement sessions
throughout the year provide the opportunity for women in the print industry to share knowledge, work within a
professional community and build support networks for professional development and growth.
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