Society & Culture
We all know that one of the biggest challenges in regional Australia is attracting good staff to small towns. But what if you didn’t have to? What if you could take on great staff wherever they are?
Verity Morgan-Schmidt, CEO of Farmers for Climate Action works remotely from her home in Cooroy, QLD, and manages a team who all work remotely in regional areas all over Australia. She says it’s not for everyone, but in the right circumstances it can be ideal.
Bridging the city/country divide
Silo art revitalising regional towns
Fashioning social change
Does Australia have enough water?
Civil engineering and other great jobs for women
Education with no limits
Citizen science and the Great Barrier Reef
What do we expect from Mother Nature?
Community embraces refugees and bushfire safety
One day closer to rain
Emergency volunteers keeping you safe
Farm safely, home safely
Regional innovation making safer roads
Planting a seed for safety
Rob Cook: Strength and reinventing the future
Cycling to success in sport and life
Tentpegging, a regional sport on the international stage
Sport helping to build healthy communities
Be inspired by the Invictus spirit
Leading the way to solving interesting problems