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Arts and Education NOW!

I would like to see an online community that is focused on linking the arts industry to the education sector – primary, secondary and tertiary levels. This could include a number of different sections: + information on artists / companies / festivals. This could be useful for student research for assignments and also for teachers to learn more about companies in their local area as well as across the country. This ...more »

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Sharing GIS Layers

It would be extremely helpful for our organisation if Government departments could share their Geographical Information System layers such as soil types, topography, NRM Boundaries, local government boundaries, vegetation types, vegetation condition etc. Currently if we wanted this information some of it is available through NatureMaps, however if we wanted to use this information using the ArcMap program we would have ...more »

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Sharing GIS Layers

It would be extremely helpful for our organisation if Government departments could share their Geographical Information System layers such as soil types, topography, NRM Boundaries, local government boundaries, vegetation types, vegetation condition etc. Currently if we wanted this information some of it is available through NatureMaps, however if we wanted to use this information using the ArcMap program we would have ...more »

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Sharing GIS Layers

It would be extremely helpful for our organisation if Government departments could share their Geographical Information System layers such as soil types, topography, NRM Boundaries, local government boundaries, vegetation types, vegetation condition etc. Currently if we wanted this information some of it is available through NatureMaps, however if we wanted to use this information using the ArcMap program we would have ...more »

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EDUCATING AND PROTECTING THE PUBLIC FROM 'DIRTY ELECTRICITY'

I am President and Founder of DONNA FISHER SILENT FIELDS Inc. a non-profit organisation which is working towards implementation Australia-wide for workplace legislation for all workers to be protected from ‘dirty electricity’. This most serious public health issue of our times now has more recognition with Dr Samuel Milham MPH, Washington State Department of Health, USA reporting in October 2009 that “…the 20th century ...more »

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Know Your Zone

Know your Zone is an interactive mapping project to support council service awareness as well as encouraging transparency for real estate purchasers. Know Your Zone Maps: - Crime Statistics (eg particular coloured zones for different levels of crime) - Crime zones (similar to above but information classed by street rather than by council zone so you could view most targeted streets in a particular area) - Council ...more »

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Building Community Bush

As more and more migrants and refugees make Australia their home or come to visit as a student or business person they have a need to establsih links with people from similar backgrounds to give them a sense of belonging in a new environment. At the same time there are multiple groups working fo rsimilar cause sometimes totally unaware that there are other groups with similar interests and united they can work better. ...more »

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Building Community Bush

As more and more migrants and refugees make Australia their home or come to visit as a student or business person they have a need to establsih links with people from similar backgrounds to give them a sense of belonging in a new environment. At the same time there are multiple groups working fo rsimilar cause sometimes totally unaware that there are other groups with similar interests and united they can work better. ...more »

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Yearn to Learn

An informative website with forums, feedback, suggestions and newsletters for the public informing people of the skills shortage in your backyard and where and how you can gain these high demand skills. If unemployed or unskilled people are aware of skill shortages in particular areas or region, they can then follow the links to suitable governemnt funded courses or fee paying courses run by RTO's in that region. RTO's ...more »

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Quick Contact Listing of phone numbers and internet addresses

It is suggested that may Retirees, and others, currently find it frustrating to obtain telephone numbers, especially in an emergency. There are currently at least 20 areas of the phone book containing these numbers. While they are under ‘category headings’ they are still difficult to find - - eg. Bladder and bowel weakness is under ‘National Continence Helpline. While the attached listing may be a submission of ...more »

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A website specifically for non-profits

I don't know if this has already been suggested, but I would love to see a govt website created specifically for non-profits. There are so many websites available that it is just information overload. An easy to use website which assists non-profits with grants, funding, resources available, etc etc would be fantastic. Having everything that is available at the federal, state & local govts in one spot would be ideal & ...more »

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The Farmers Friend - Telephone Helpline

It is well known that farmers throughout Australia, indeed the world, are committing suicide and self harming at rates higher than most other professional groups. As a general rule, farmers, particularly the men, tend not to communicate openly about their concerns and how they may emotionally struggle as issues arise. This trait, coupled with (often generational) geographical isolation and a ‘proud’ tradition of independence ...more »

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